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OFFICIAL REGISTER 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES 



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BOSTON P" 



OFFICIAL REGISTER 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES 

1945 



Persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in 

the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Federal 

Government, and in the District of Columbia Government, as of 

May i, 1945 




Compiled by the 

UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 



Salaries reported in the Official Register are basic salaries; they do not include 
compensation paid in accordance with the War Overtime Pay Act of 1943. 



(IV) 



CONTENTS 



LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 

Page 

Sen at e ' 1 

House of Representatives 3 

General Accounting Office 7 

Government Printing Office ' 9 

Library of Congress 9 

Architect of the Capitol 11 

EXECUTIVE BRANCH 

The President 15 

Executive Office of the President : 

The White House 15 

Liaison Office for Personnel Management 15 

Bureau of the Budget 15 

War Refugee Board 16 

Office for Emergency Management : 

Alien Property Custodian 16 

Board of War Communications 17 

Foreign Economic Administration 17 

National War Labor Board 21 

Office of Civilian Defense 24 

Office of Defense Transportation 24 

Office of Economic Stabilizat ion 28 

Office of Inter- American Affairs 28 

Office of Scientific Research and Development 30 

Office of War Information 31 

President's Committee on Fair Employment Practice 34 

Smaller W^ar Plants Corporation 34 

War Manpower Commission 36 

War Production Board 43 

War Shipping Administration 62 

Department of State: 

Office of the Secretary 67 

Office of the Under Secretary of State 67 

Offices of the Assistant Secretaries of State 67 

Office of the Legal Adviser 68 

Executive Staff Committees 68 

Office of European Affairs 69 

Office of Far Eastern Affairs 70 

Office of Near Eastern and African Affairs 70 

Office of American Republic Affairs 70 

Office of Special Political Affairs 71 

Office of International Trade Polic}^ : 71 

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VI 

Department of State — Continued Page 

Office of Financial and Development Policy 72 

Office of Transport and Communications Policy 73 

Office of Public Affairs 73 

Office of Foreign Service 74 

Office of Departmental Administration 75 

Office of Controls -- 76 

Department of State — -Boards: 

Board of Foreign Service Personnel 76 

Board of Examiners for the Foreign Service 77 

Foreign Service Officers' Training School Board , 77 

Foreign Service Buildings Commission 77 

Board of Appeals on Visa Cases 77 

Department of State — Related Agencies: 

Committee for Reciprocity Information 78 

Executive Committee on Economic Foreign Policy 78 

International Boundary Commission— United States, Alaska and 

Canada 78 

International Boundary Commission — United States and Mexico 79 

International Joint Commission 79 

Joint Mexican-United States Defense Commission 79 

National Munitions Control Board 80 

Anglo-American Caribbean Commission 80 

American- Mexican Claims Commission 80 

Pan American Union 81 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 81 

Treasury Department: 

Office of the Secretary 82 

Bureau of Accounts 82 

Interdepartmental War Savings Bond Committee 83 

Committee on Practice 84 

Comptroller of the Currency 84 

Bureau of Customs 84 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 86 

Foreign Funds Control 86 

Office of the General Counsel 86 

Bureau of Internal Revenue 87 

Bureau of the Mhit ' 93 

Division of Monetary Research 93 

Bureau of Narcotics 94 

Procurement Division 94 

Bureau of the Public Debt 94 

Division of Research and Statistics 95 

United States Secret Service 95 

Division of Tax Research 95 

Office of Tax Legislative Counsel 95 

Office of the Treasurer . 95 

War Finance Division 96 

War Department: 

Office of the Secretary of War 98 

Office of the Under Secretary of War 98 

Office of the Chief of Staff.." 98 

Headquarters, Army Ground Forces 100 



VII 

War Department— Continued ^ 

Army Services Forces: Page 

Office of the Commanding General and Chief of Staff 100 

Staff Divisions 101 

Technical Services 102 

Service Commands 102 

U. S. Mihtary Academy 102 

Army War College 102 

Army Air Forces 102 

War Department — Related Agencies: 

Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission 103 

United S ates Soldiers' Home ' 104 

Joint Armj'-Navy Boards: 

Aeronautical Board, The 104 

Combined Chiefs of Staff, The 104 

Joint Army and Navy Committee on Welfare and Recreation 105 

Department of Justice 106 

United States Attorneys and Marshals 107 

United States Penal and Correctional Institutions 114 

Post Office Department: 

Bureau of the Postmaster General 117 

Inspect ion Service 117 

Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster General 117 

Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster General 118 

Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster General 119 

Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General 120 

Bureau of Accounts 120 

Navy Department: 

Office of the Secretary of the Navy 121 

Office of the Under Secretary of the Navy 121 

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air 121 

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 121 

Executive OfUce of the Secretary: 

Administrative Office 121 

Division of Shore Establishments and Civilian Personnel 122 

Office of Management Engineer 122 

General Board 122 

Office of the Judge Advocate General 123 

Office of Procurement and Material 123 

Office of the General Counsel 123 

Office of Public Relations 123 

Office'of the Fiscal Director 124 

Office of Budget and Reports 124 

Office of War Savings Bonds 124 

Requirements Review Division _. 124 

Office of Patents and Inventions 124 

Navy Photographic Services 124 

Industrial Incentive Division 124 

Industrial Survey Division 125 

Naval Petroleum Reserves 125 

Division of Training, Uiaison and Coordination 125 

Lend-Lease Liaison Office 125 

Office of Coordination of Research and Development 125 



VIII 

Navy department — Continued 

Executive Office of the Secretary — Continued Page 

Office of Naval History 125 

Transportation Branch 125 

War Ballot Office 125 

Board of Review, Discharges and Dismissals 125 

Naval Clemency and Prison Inspection Board 126 

Board of Medical Examiners and Naval Examining Board 

(Medical) 126 

Naval Examining Board (Line) 126 

Naval Retiring Board - 126 

Board for Production Awards 126 

Board of Decorations and Medals 126 

Naval Retiring Review Board 127 

Office of Chief of Naval Operations ^. 127 

Headquarters of Commander in Chief, United States Fleet 128 

Bureau of Naval Personnel 128 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 129 

Bureau of Ships 130 

Bureau of Ordnance 130 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 131 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 131 

Bureau of Aeronautics 131 

Naval Establishments ; 

Navy Yard and Station, Washington, D. C 132 

Naval Research Laboratory 132 

Naval Dispensary 132 

National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Md 133 

Naval War College, Newport, R. I 133 

U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md 133 

Naval Districts and Stations 133 

Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps 135 

Headquarters, U. S. Coast Guard 135 

Department of the Interior: 

Office of the Secretary 140 

Office of the Solicitor - 140 

Office of Land Utilization 141 

Division of Power 141 

Division of Territories and Island Possessions 141 

Petroleum Conservation Division 142 

United States Board on Geographical Names 142 

General Land Office 143 

Office of Indian Affairs 144 

Geological Survey 148 

Bureau of Reclamation 153 

National Park Service 155 

Bureau of Mines . 160 

Grazing Service 162 

Fish and Wildlife Service 163 

Bonneville Power Administration 172 

Southwestern Power Administration 173 

Solid Fuels Administration for War 174 

War Relocation Authoritv 177 



IX 

Department of Agriculture ^*6re 

Immediate Office of the Secretary 188 

Agricultural Research Administration: 

Office of the Administrator 188 

Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry 188 

Bureau of Animal Industry 193 

Bureau of Dairy Industry 199 

Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine 200 

Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics 201 

Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering 201 

Office of Experiment Stations ^ 202 

Office of Operations, Belts ville Research Center 202 

Farm Credit Administration 202 

Forest Service 203 

Rural Electrification Administration 208 

War Food Administration: 

Office of the Administrator 209 

Agricultural Adjustment Agency 210 

Commodity Credit Corporation 211 

Extension Service 213 

Farm Security Administration 214 

Federal Crop Insurance Corporation 216 

Office of Labor 216 

Office of Marketing Services 217 

Office of Materials and Facilities 218 

Soil Conservation Service 220 

Staff Offices, Department of Agriculture and War Food Administra- 
tion: 

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 223 

Library 225 

Office of Budget and Finance 225 

Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations 226 

Office of Information 227 

Office of Personnel 227 

Office of Plant and Operations 228 

Office of Solicitor 228 

Administrative Council- 229 

Department of Commerce: 

Office of the Secretary 230 

Bureau of the Census 231 

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce 232 

U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 234 

National Bureau of Standards 235 

Patent Office 235 

Weather Bureau 237 

Civil Aeronautics Administration 239 

Office of Surplus Property 242 

Department of Labor: 

Office of the Secretary 244 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 246 

Children's Bureau 247 

Women's Bureau 247 

Wage and Hour Division 247 



Independent Agencies 

Page 

Alaska International Highway Commission 249 

American Battle Monument s Commission 249 

American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and His- 
toric Monuments in War Areas 249 

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System 250 

Civil Aeronautics Board 250 

Civil Service Commission, U. S 251 

Combined Food Board 253 

Commission of Fine Arts 253 

Employees' Compensation Commission, U. S 253 

Federal Communications Commission 254 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 256 

Federal Loan Agency: 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation 256 

The RFC Mortgage Company 257 

Federal National Mortgage Association 258 

Disaster Loan Corporation 258 

Metals Reserve Company 258 

Rubber Reserve Company 259 

Defense Plant Corporation 259 

Defense Supplies Corporation 260 

War Damage Corporation 261 

Federal Power Commission 261 

Federal Security Agency: 

Office of the Administrator 262 

Food and Drug Administration 262 

Social Security Board 263 

U. S. Public Heahh Service 265 

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 267 

Howard University 268 

St. Elizabeths Hospital 268 

U. S. Office of Education 268 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 269 

Federal Trade Commission 269 

Federal Works Agency: 

Office of the Administrator 270 

Public Buildings Administration 270 

Public Roads Administration 271 

Bureau of Community Facilities 271 

Federal Real Estate Board 271 

Federal Fire Council 272 

Int erstate Commerce Commission 272 

Maritime Commission, U. S 273 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 275 

National Archives, The 279 

National Capital Housing Authority 280 

National Capital Park and Plaiming Commission 280 

National Housing Agency: 

Federal Public Housing Authority 281 

Federal Housing Administration 282 

Federal Home Loan Bank Administration 284 



XI 

Page 

National Labor Relations Board 286 

National Mediation Board 287 

National Railroad Adjustment Board 287 

Office of Censorship -- 287 

Office of Price Administration 289 

Office of Strategic Services 301 

Office of War IVIobilization and Reconversion 302 

Panama Canal. The 304 

Petroleum Administration for War 306 

The President's War Relief Control Board 306 

Railroad Retirement Board 307 

Securities and Exchange Commission 308 

National Headquarters Selective Service System 309 

Smithsonian Institution 310 

Tariff Commission, U. S 311 

Tax Court of the United States, The 312 

Tennessee Valley Authority 312 

Veterans' Administration 313 

I nterdepart menial Organizations 

Federal Interdepartmental Safety Council 319 

Permanent Joint Board on Defense— United States and Canada 319 

JUDICIAL BRANCH 

Supreme Court of the United States .. 323 

Circuit Courts of Appeals, \J. S_j 323 

Court of Claims, U. S 325 

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, U. S . .- 325 

Customs Court, U. S i 325 

District Courts, U. S 326 

Emergency Court of Appeals 335 

Administrative Office of the U. S. Courts . 335 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Page 339 

APPENDIX 

Army Pay Table 348 

Navy Pay Table 350 

Marine Corps Pay Table 351 

Relative Ranks — Army and U. S. Public Health Service 352 

INDEX OF PERSONS LISTED 

Page 353 



LEGISLATIVE 



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NOTE 

The Congressional Directory contains biographical sketches of the Senators and 
Representatives; maps showing the area embraced in each congressional district; 
the official duties of each branch and of every executive official of the Govern- 
ment; members of the embassies and legations and names and locations of the 
consular officers of the United States to foreign countries; and of diplomatic and 
consular officers and of foreign consuls in the United States; and much additional 
miscellaneous information concerning the Congress and the executive and judicial 
branches of the Government. The Directory is for sale by the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington 25, D. C, and the usual price is $1 (buckram binding). 

(XIV) 



SENATE 

(Seventy-Ninth Congress) 



VICE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 

(Vacancy) 
Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE OF THE SENATE 

KENNETH D. McKELLAR, OF TENNESSEE 



Secretary of the Senate 

LESLIE L. BIFFLE, OF ARKANSAS 

Compensation, $8,000 per annum 

Sergeant at Arms 

WALL DOXEY, OF MISSISSIPPI 

Comi^&nsation, $8,000 per annum 



SENATORS 

Compensation, $10,000 per amium 



state and name 


Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabama: 
Lister Hill 


Montgomery. 
Jasper. 

Florence. 
Phoenix. 

Camden. 
Fayetteville. 

San Francisco. 
Laguna Beach. 

Craig. 
Do. 

Norwalk. 
Sharon. 

Wilmington. 
Georgetown. 

Orlando. 
Tallahassee. 

Vienna. 
Winder. 

Gooding. 
Pocatello. 

Chicago. 
Havana. 


Indiana: 

Homer E. Capehart. 

Raymond E. Willis. 

Iowa: 

George A. Wilson 


Washington. 
Angola. 

Des Moines. 


John H. Bankhead 

Arizona: 

Ernest W. McFarland 


Carl Hayden- 


Bourke B. Hickenlooper. . 

Kansas: 

Arthur Capper - 


Cedar Rapids. 
Topeka. 


Arkansas: 

John L. McClellan 


J. William Fulbright 


Clyde M. Reed 




California: 

Hiram W. Johnson 

Sheridan Downey. . 


Kentucky: 

Alben W. Barklev.. 

A. B. Chandler.... 

Louisiana: 

Allen J. Ellender 


Padueah. 


Colorado: 

Edwin C. Johnson . 


Houma. 


Eugene D. Millikin 


John H. Overton 


Alexandria. 


Connecticut: 

Brien McMahon 

Thos. C. Hart_ 


Maine: 

Owen Brewster 

Wallace H. White, Jr 

Maryland: 

Millard E. Tydings 

George L. Radcliffe.. 

Massachusetts: 

David I. Walsh 


Dexter. 


Delaware: 

C. Douglas Buck_ 




James M. Tunnell 

Florida: 

Charles . Andrews 


Baltimore. 
Clinton. 


Claude Pepper. 


Leverett Saltonstall 

Michigan: 


Chestnut Hill 


Georgia: 

Walter F. George 


Detroit. 


Richard B. Russell 

Idaho: 

John Thomas 


Arthur H. Vandenberg 

Minnesota: 


Grand Rapids. 


Glen H. Tavlor 


Joseph H. Ball 

Mississippi: 

James 0. Eastland 

Theodore G. Bilbo 


St Paul 


Illinois: 

C. Way land Brooks 

Scott W. Lucas 


Ruleville. 
Poplarville. 



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SENATORS 

Continued 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Missouri: 




Pennsylvania: 




Forrest C. Donnell 


Webster Groves. 


Joseph F. Guffey. ^. 


Pittsburgh. 


Frank P. Briggs 


Macon. 


Francis J. Myers 


Philadelphia. 


Montana: 




Rhode Island: 




Burton K. Wheeler 


Butte. 


Theodore Francis Green . . 


Providence. 


James E. Murray 


Do. 


Peter G. Gerry 


Do. 


Nebraska: 




South Carolina: 




Kenneth S. Wherry 


Pawnee City. 


Burnet R. Maybank 


Charleston. 


Hugh A. Butler_ _ 


Omaha. 


Olin D. Johnston 


Spartanburg. 


Nevada: 




South Dakota: 




James Q. Scrugham 


Reno. 


Chan Gurney 


Yankton. 


Patrick McCarran-_ 


Do. 


Harlan J. Bushfleld 


Miller. 


New Hampshire: 




Tennessee: 




Styles Bridges . . 


Concord. 


Kenneth D. McKellar 


Memphis. 


Charles W. Tobey .. .. 


Temple. 


Tom Stewart 


Winchester. 


New Jersey: 


Texas: 




Albert W. Hawkes 


Montclair. 
Princeton. 


W. Lee O'Daniel 


Fort Worth. 


H. Alexander Smith 


Tom Connally 


Marlin. 


New Mexico: 


Utah: 




Dennis Chavez 


Albuquerque. 


Abe Murdock 


Beaver. 


Carl A. Hatch 


Clovis. 


Elbert D. Thomas 


Salt Lake City. 


New York: 




Vermont: 




James M. Mead . 


Buffalo. 

New York City. 


Warren R. Austin 

George D. Aiken 


Burlington. 


Robert F. Wagner 


Putney. 


North Carolina: 




Virginia: 




Josiah W. Bailey 


Raleigh. 


Carter Glass 


Lynchburg. 


Clyde R. Hoey - ... 


Shelby. 


Harry Flood Byrd 


Berryville. 


North Dakota: 




Washington: 




William Langer _ 


Bismarck. 


Warren G. Magnuson 


Port Blakely. 


Milton R. Young 


Berlin. 


Hugh B. Mitchell 


Everett. 


Ohio: 




West Virginia: 




Harold H. Burton. 


Cleveland. 
Cincinnati. 


Chapman Revercomb 

Harley M. Kilgore 


Charleston. 


Robert A. Taft 


Beckley. 


Oklahoma: 




Wisconsin: 




Elmer Thomas 


Medicine Park. 
Tulsa. 


Robt. M. LaFollette, Jr... 
Alexander Wiley 


Madison. 


E. H. Moore... 


Chippewa Falls. 


Oregon: 




Wyoming: 




Guy Gordon 


Roseburg. 


' Edward V. Robertson 


Cody. 


Wayne L. Morse... 


Eugene. 


Joseph C. O'Mahoney 


Cheyenne. 







HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

(Seventy-Ninth Congress, Official List of Members) 

THE speaker 

SAM RAYBURN 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



CLERK OF THE HOUSE 

SOUTH TRIMBLE 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, district, AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabama: 




Connecticut: 




1. Frank W. Boykin 


Mobile. 


1. Herman P. Kopplemann. 


Hartford. 


2. George M. Grant 


Troy. 


2. Chase G. Woodhouse 


New London. 


3. George W. Andrews 


Union Springs. 


3. James P. Geelan 


New Haven. 


4. Sam nobbs 


Selma. 
Gadsden. 


4. Clare Boothe lAice 

5. Joseph E. Talbot 


Greenwich. 


5. Albert Rains 


Naugatuek. 


R. Pete Jarman 


Livingston. 


At large: 




7. Carter Manasco 


Jasper. 


Joseph F. Ryter 


Hartford. 


8. John J. Sparkman 


Huntsville. 


Delaware: 




9. Luther Patrick 


Birmingham. 


At large: 




Arizona: 




Philip A. Traynor 


Wilmington. 


At larqe: 




Florida: 




Richard F. Harless 


Phoenix. 


1. J. Hardin Peterson 


Lakeland. 


John R. Murdock 


Tempe. 


2. Emory H. Price 


Jacksonville. 


Arkansas: 




3. Robert Sikes. 


Crestview. 


1. E. C. Gathings 


West Memphis. 


4. Pat Cannon 


Miami. 


2. Wilbur D. Mills 


Kensett. 


5. Joe Hendricks 


De Land. 


3. James W. Trimble 


Berryville. 


6. Dwight L. Rogers 


Fort Lauderdale. 


4. Fadjo Cravens: 


Fort Smith. 


Georoia: 




.5. Brooks Havs 


Little Rock. 
Monticello. 
El Dorado. 


1. Hugh Peterson 

2. E. E. Co.x . - 


Ailej\ 


6. W F. Norrell 


Camilla. 


7. Oren Harris - ._ 


3. Stephen Pace 

4. A. Sidney Camp 


Americus. 


California: 


Ncwnan. 


1. Clarence F. Lea.. 


Santa Ro.sa. 


5. Robert Ramspeck 


Atlanta. 


2. Clair Engle 


Red Bluff. 


6. Carl Vinson 


Milledgeville. 


3. J. Lerov Johnson 


Stockton. 


7. Malcolm C. Tarver 


Dalton. 


4. Franck R. Havermer 


San Francisco. 


8. Johns. Gibson 


Douglas. 


5. Richard J. Welch _^ 


Do. 


9. Johns. Wood 


Canton. 


6. George P. Miller 


Alameda. 


10. Paul Brown .__ 


Elberton. 


7. JohnH. Tolan. _ 


Oakland. 


Idaho: 




8. John Z. Anderson 


San Juan Bautista. 


1. Compton I. White 


Clark Fork. 


9. Bertrand W. Gearhart... 


Fresno. 


2. Henry C. Dworshak 


Burley. 


10. Alfred J. Elliott 


Tulare. 


Illinois- 




11. George E. Outland 


Santa Barbara. 


1. William L. Dawson 


Chicago. 


12. Jerry Voorhis _ 


San Dimas. 


2. William A. Rowan 


Do. 


13. NedR. nealy 


Los Angeles. 


3. Edward A. Kelly.. 


Do. 


14. Helen Gahagan Douglas, 


Do. 


4. Martin Gorski 


Do. 


15. Gordon L. McDonough. 


Do. 


.5. Adolph J. Sahath 


Do. 


16. Ellis E. Patterson 


Do. 


6. Thoma'^ J. O'Brien 


Do. 


17. Cecil R. King 


Do. 
Long Beach. 


7. William W. Link 

8. Thomas S. Gordon 


Do. 


18. Clyde Dovle ._.. 


Do. 


19. Chet Rolifield 


Montebello. 


9. Alexander J. Resa 


Do. 


20. Carl IJin.<;haw 


Pasadena. . 


10. Ralph E. Church 


Evnnston. 


21. Ilarrv R. Sheppard 


Yucaipa. 


11. Chauncey W. Reed 


We=t Chicago 


22. John Phillips 


Banning. 


12. Noah M. Mason 


Oglesby. 


23. Ed. V. Izae 


San Diego. 


13. Leo E. Allen 


Galena. 


Colorado: 




14. Anton J. Johnson 


Macomb. 


]. Dean M. Gillespie 


Denver. 


15. Robert B. Chiperfield... 


Canton. 


2. Williams. Hill 


Fort Collins. 


16. Everett M. Dirksen 


Pekin. 


3. J. Edgar Chonoweth 


Trinidad. 


17. Leslie C. Arends 


Melvin. 


4. Robert F. Rockwell 


Paonia. 


18. Jessie Summer... 


Milford. 



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REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


state, district, and name 


Residence 


Illinois— Continued. 
10. Rolla C. McMillen_ 


Decatur. 
Carrollton. 
Springfield. 
East St. Louis. 
Salem. 

Carterviiie. 

Chicago. 

Gary. 

Rensselaer. 

South Bend. 

Fort Wayne. 

Kokomo. 

Terre Haute. 

Linton. 

Evansville. 

Huron. 

Connersville. 

Indianapolis. 

Iowa City. 
Decorah. . 
Waterloo. 
Corydon. 
Des Moines. 
Fort Dodge. 
Exira. 
Alton. 

Holton. 
Kansas City. 
Girard. 
Emporia. 
Garden City. 
Concordia. 

Mayfield. 

Morganfield. 

Louisville. 

Lebanon. 

Fort Thomas. 

Paris. 

Prestonsburg. 

Greenup. 

Barbourville. 

New Orleans. 

Do. 
Lafayette. 
Shreveport. 
Monroe. 
Hammond. 
Opelousas. 
Winnfleld. 

Portland. 

Skowhegan. 

Bangor. 

Sudlersville. 

Hydes. 

Baltimore. 

Do. 
Upper Marlboro. 
Frostburg. 

Deerfleld. 
Springfield. 
Clinton. 
Worcester. 
Lowell. 
Salem. 
Lawrence. 
Melrose. 
Cotuit. 
Boston. 
Do. 


Massachusetts— Continued . 

12. John W. McCormack... 

13. Richard B. Wiggles- 

worth. 

14. Joseph W. Martin, Jr.. 
Michigan: 

1. George G. Sadowski 

2. Earl C. Michener 

3. Paul W. Shafer 


Dorchester. 
Milton. 


21 Evan Howell 




22 Melvin Price 


North Attleboro. 


23. Charles W. Vursell _ 

24. (Vacancy.) 

25. C. W. (Runt) Bishop... 
At large: 

Emily Taft Douglas 

Indiana: 

1 Ray J Madden - . .. 


Detroit. 
Adrian. 
Battle Creek. 


4. Clare E. Hoffman. _ 

5. Bartel J. Jonkman 

6. William W. Blackney... 

7. Jesse P. Wolcott 

8. Fred L. Crawford 

9. Albert J. Engel 

10. Roy 0. Woodruff 

11. Fred Bradley 


AllegaB. 
Grand Rapids. 
Flint. 


2. Charles A. Halleck 

S. Robert A. Grants -. 

4. George W. Gillie 

5. Forest A. Harness. 

6. Nobel J. Johnson... 

7. Gerald W. Landis 

8. Charles M. LaFollette.. 
Q Earl Wilson 


Port Huron. 

Saginaw. 
Muskegon. 
Bay City. 
Rogers Citv. 


12 Frank E. Hook . 


Iron wood. 


13. George D. O'Brien 

14. Louis C. Rabaut 

15. John D. DingelL. 

16 John Lesinski ..... _ 


Detroit. 

Grosse Pointe 


10. Raymond S. Springer... 


Park. 
Detroit. 


Iowa: 

1. Thomas E. Martin 

2. Henry 0. Talle 


Dearborn. 


17. George \. Dondero 

Minnesota: 

1. August H. Andresen 

2. Joseph P. O'Hara 

3. William J. Gallagher 

4. Frank T. Starkey 

5 Walter H.Judd 


Royal Oak. 


3. John W. Gwynne 

4. Karl M. LeCompte 

5. Paul Cunningham 

6. James I. Dolliver 

7. Ben F. Jensen 

8. Charles B. Hoeven 

Kansas: 

1 Albert M. Cole 


Red Wing. 
Glencoe. 
Minneapolis. 
St. Paul. 
Minneapolis. 


6. Harold Knutson 


St. Cloud. 


7. H. Carl Andersen 

8. William A. Pittenger 

9. Harold C. Hagen 

Mississippi: 

1 John E. Rankin 


Tyler. 
Duluth. 


2. Errett P. Scrivner 

3. Thomas D. Winter 

4. Edward H. Rees 

5. Clifford R. Hope 

6 Frank Carlson 


Crookston. 
Tupelo. 


2. Jamie L. Whitten 

3. William M. Whitting- 

ton. 

4. Thomas G. .A.bernethy.. 

5. .Arthur Winstead 

6. William M. Colmer 

7. Dan R. McGehee 

Missouri: 

1. Wat Arnold 


Charleston. 
Greenwood. 


Kentucky: 

1. Nobel J. Gregory 

2. Earle C. Clements 


Okolona. 

Philadelphia. 

Pascagoula. 


4. Frank L. Chelf 


Meadville. 


5 Brent Spence 






Kirksville. 


7. Andrew J. May 

8 Joe B. Bates 




Columbia. 


3. William C. Cole 

4 C Jasper Bell 


St. Joseph. 


9. John M. Robsion 

Louisiana: 

1. F. Edward Hubert 

2. Paul H. Maloney 

3. James Domengeaux 


Blue Springs. 


5. Robert C. Slaughter 

6. Marion T. Bennett 

7 Dewey Short 


Kansas City. 

Springfield. 

Galena. 


8. A. S. J. Carnahan 

9. Clarence Cannon 

10. Orville Zimmerman 

11. John B. Sullivan 

12. Walter C. Ploeser 

13 John J. Cochran 


EUsinore. 
Elsberry. 


5. Charles E. McKenzie 

6. James H. Morrison 

7. Henry D. Larcade, Jr.. 

8. A. Leonard Allen 

Maine: 


Kennett 
St. Louis. 

Do. 

Do. 


Montana: 

1. Mike Mansfield 


Missoula. 


2. Margaret Chase Smith.. 

3. Frank Fellows 


2. (Vacancy.) 
Nebraska: 

1 Carl T. Curtis .. 




Maryland: 

1 Dudley G. Roe 


Minden. 


2. Howard H. Buffet 

3 Karl Stefan 


Omaha. 


2. H. Streett Baldwin 

3. Thomas D'Alesandro,Jr 

4. George H. Fallon 

5. Lansdale G. Sasscer 

6. J. Glenn Beall 

Massachusetts: 

1. John W. Hesetlon 

2. Charles R. Clason 

3. Philip J. Philbin 

4. Pehr G.Holmes 

5. Edith Nourse Rogers 

6 George J. Bates 


Norfolk. 


4 A L Miller . 


Kimball. 


Nevada: 
Al large: 

Berkeley L. Bunker 

New Hampshire: 

1. Chester E. Merrow 

2. Sherman Adams 

New Jersey: 

1. Charles A. AVolverton... 
2 T Millet Hand 


Las Vegas. 

Center Ossipee. 
Lincoln. 

Camden. 

Cape May City. 


3. James C. .-Vuchincloss. _. 

4. D. Lane Powers 


Rumson. 




Trenton. 


8. .^ngier L. Goodwin 

9. Charles L. Gifford 

10. Christian A. Herter 

11. James M. Curley 


5. Charles A. Eaton 

6 ClitTord P. Case 


Watchung. 
Rahway. 


7. J. PamcU Thomas 

8. Gordon Canfleld 


Allendale. 
Paterson. 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, district, AND NAME 


Residence 


New Jersey— Continued. 




Ohio— Continued. 




9. Harry L. Towe 


Rutherford. 


6. Edward 0. McCowen... 


Wheelersburg. 


10. Fred A. Hartley, Jr 


Kearny. 


7. Clarence J. Brown. 


Blanchester. 


11. Frank L. Sundstrom 


East Orange. 


8. Frederick C. Smith 


Marion. 


12. Robert W. Kean. 


Livingston. 


9. Homer .\. Ramey 


Toledo. 


13. Mary T. Norton 


Jersey City. 


10. Thomas A. Jenkins 


Ironton. 


14. Edward J. Hart 


Do. 


11. Walter E. Brehm 

12. JohnM. Vorvs 


Logan. 


New Mexico: 


Columbus. 


At large: 




13. Alvin F. Weichel 


Sandusky. 


Clinton P. Anderson 


Albuquerque. 


14. Walter B. Huber 


Akron. 


Antonio M. Fernandez.. 


Santa Fe. 


15. P. A\. Griffiths 


Marietta. 


New York: 




16. William R. Thom.. 


Canton. 










2. Leonard W. Hall 


Oyster Bay. 


18. EarlR. Lewis 


St. Clairsville. 


3. Henry J. Latham 


Queens Village. 


19. Michael J. Kirwan 


Youngstown. 


4. William B. Barry 


St. Albans. 


20. Michael A. Feighan 


Cleveland. 




Flushing. 


21. Robert Grosser 


Do 


6. James J. Delaney 


Long Island City. 


22. Frances P. Bolton 


Lyndhurst. 






At large: 

George H. Bender 




8. Joseph L. Pfeifer 


Do. 


Cleveland Heights. 


9. Eugene J. Keogh 


Do. 


Oklahoma: 




10. Andrew L. Somers 


Do. 


1. George B. Sehwabe 


Tulsa. 


11. James J. Heflernan 


Do. 


' 2. William G. Stigler 


Stigler. 


12. John J. Rooney 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Staten Island. 


3 Paul Stewart 




13. Donald L. O'Toole 


4. Lyle H. Boren 


Seminole. 


14. Leo F. Rayfiel 


5. A. S. Mike Monroney 


Oklahoma City. 


15. Emanuel Celler 


16. Ellsworth B. Buck 




Mangum. 
Guymon. 


17. Joseph Clark Baldwin... 


New York City. 
Do. 


8. Ross Rizley 


18. Vito Marcantonio 


Oregon: 

1. James W.Mott 




19. Samuel Dickstein 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


Salem. 




2. Lowell Stockman 

3. Homer D. Angell 

4 . Harris E lis worth 




21. James H. Torrens 

22. Adam C. Powell, Jr 

23. Walter A. L^•nch 


Pendleton. 

Portland. 

Roseburg. 


24. Benjamin J. Rabin 

25. Charles A. Buckley. _ .. 


Do. 
Do. 


Pennsylvania: 

1. William A. Barrett 


Philadelphia. 


26. Peter A. Quinn.. 


Do. 
Bronxville. 
Larchmont. 


2. William T. Granaham... 

3. Michael J. Bradley 

4. John Edward Sheridan.. 


Do. 


27. Ralph W. Gwinn 

28. Ralph A. Gamble 


Do. 
Do. 


29. Augustus W. Bennet 


Balmville (New- 
burgh). 
New Paltz. 
Gloversville. 


5. William J. Green, Jr 

6. Herbert J. McGlinehey.. 


Do. 
Do. 


30. Jay LeFevre 


7. James Wolfenden 

8. Charles L. Gerlach 

9. J. Roland Kinzer 


Upper Darby. 


31. Bernard W. (Pat) Kear- 


Allentown. 
Lancaster. 


32. William T. Bvrne . 


Loudonville. 


10. John W. Murphy 


Dunmore. 




Troy. 

Malone. 

Parish. 


11. Daniel J. Flood 


Wilkes-Barre. 


34. Clarence E. Kilburn 

35. Had wen C. Fuller 

36. Clarence E. Hancock 


12. Ivor D. Fenton 




13. Daniel K.Hoch. 




14. Wilson D. Gillette 


Towanda. 


37. Edwin Arthur Hall 

38. John Taber .. 


Binghamton. 
Auburn. 
Bath. 
Rochester. 
Geneseo. 
Buffalo. 
Do. 


15. Robert F. Rich 




16. Samuel K. McConnell, 

Jr. 

17. Richard M. Simpson 

18. John C. Kunkel 


Perm Wynne. 


39. W. Sterling Cole 

40. George F. Rogers 

41. James W. Wadsworth... 

42. Walter G. Andrews 

43. Edward J. Elsaesser 


Huntingdon. 


19. Leon H. Gavin. 


Oil City. 
Easton. 


20. Francis E. Walter 


44. John C. Butler 


Do. 
Dunkirk. 


21. Chester H. Gross 

22. D.Emmerl Brumbaugh. 


Manchester 


45. Daniel A. Reed 


(RFD). 


North Carolina: 


Claysburg. 


1. Herbert C. Bonner 

2. John H. Kerr 


Washington. 
Warren ton. 
New Bern. 


23. J. Buell Snyder 


Perryopolis. 
Fredericktown. 


24. Thomas E. Morgan 

25. Louis E. Graham 


3. Graham A. Barden.. .. 


Beaver. 


4. Harold D. Cooley 

5. John H. Folger. 


Nashville. 
Mount Airv. 


26. HarveTibbott 


Ebensburg. 


27. Augustine B. Kelley 


Greensburg. 


6. Carl T. Durham 


Chapel Hill. 


28. Robert L. Rodgers 


Erie. 


7. J. Bayard Clark 


Fayetteville. 
Lexington 


29. Howard E. Campbell... 

30. Robert J. Corbett ... 


Pittsburgh. 


8. W. 0. Burgin 


Bellevue. 


9. Robert L. Doughton... 


Laurel Springs. 


31. James G. Fulton 


Darmont (Pitts- 


10. Joe AV. Ervin 


Charlotte 




burgh). 


11. Alfred L. Bulwinkle - 


Gastonia. 


32. Herman P. Eberharter.. 


Pittsburgh. 


12. Zebulon Weaver 


Asheville. 


33. Samuel A. Weiss 


Glassport. 


North Dakota: 




Rhode Island: 




At large: 




1. Aime J. Forand 


Cumberland. 


William Lemke 


Fargo. 


2. JohnE. Fogarty 


Harmony. 


Charles R. Robertson... 


Bismarck. 


South Carolina: 




Ohio: 




1. L. Mendel Rivers 


North Charleston. 


1. Charles H. Elston 


Cincinnati. 


2. John J. Rilev 


Sumter. 


2. AVilliam E. Hess 


Do. 


3. Butler B. Hare 


Saluda. 


3. Edward J. Gardner 


Hamilton. 


4. Joseph R. Bryson 


Greenville. 


4. Robert F. Jones 


Lima. 


5. James P. Richards 


Lancaster. 


5. Clifl Clevenger 


Bryan. 


6. John L. McMillan 


Florence. 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


South Dakota: 

1. Karl E. Mundt 


Madison. 
Custer. 

Johnson City. 

Knoxville. 

Chattanooga. 

Carthage. 

Murfreesboro. 

Nashville. 

Franklin. 

Jackson. 

Dyersburg. 

Memphis. 

Texarkana. 

Beaumont. 

Gilmer. 

Bonham. 

Dallas. 

Corsicana. 

Palestine. 

Houston. 

Columbus. 

Johnson City. 

Waco. 

Fort Worth. 

Wichita Falls. 

Corpus Christie. 

Brownsville. 

El Paso. 

Stephenville. 

Shamrock. 

Colorado City. 

San Antonio. 

San Angelo. 

Cedar City. 
Provo. 

Northfleld. 

Newport News. 
Norfolk. 
Richmond. 
Petersburg. 


Virginia— Continued. 

5. Thomas G. Burch 

6. Clifton A. Woodrum 

7. A. Willis Robertson 

8. Howard W. Smith 

9. John W. Flannagan, Jr.. 
Washington: 

1. Hugh DeLacy 

2. Henry M. Jackson 

3. Charles R. Savage ^ 

4. Hal Holmes 


Martinsville. 
Roanoke. 


Tennessee: 

1 B Carroll Reece 


Lexington. 
Alexandria. 


2. John Jennings, Jr. 

3. Estes Kefauver 

4 Albert Gore 


Bristol. 

Seattle. 


5. Harold H. Earthruan— . 


Everett. 
Shelton. 




Ellensburg. 


8 Tom Murray 


5. Walt Horan -- 

6. JohnM. Coffee 

West Virginia: 

1. Matthew M. Neely 

2. Jennings Randolph 

3. Cleveland M. Bailev 

4. Hubert S. Ellis 

5. John Kee 

6. E. H. Hedrick 

Wisconsin: 

1. Lawrence H. Smith 

2. Robert K. Henry 

3. William H. Stevenson,-- 

4. Thad F. Wasielewski 

5. Andrew J. Biemiller 

6. Frank B. Keefe 

7. Reid F. Murray 

8. John W. Byrnes 

9. Merlin Hull 


Wenatchee. 




Tacoma. 


10 Clifford Davis 




Texas: 

1 Wright Patman 


Fairmont. 
Elkins. 


2. J. M. Combs 

3. Lindley Beckworth 

4. Sam Rayburn 

5. Hatton W. Sumners 

fi. Luther A. Johnson 

7. Tom Pickett 


Clarksburg. 
Huntington. 
Bluefield. 
Beckley. 

Racine. 


8. Albert Thomas - 


Jefferson. 


9. Joseph J. Mansfield 

10. Lyndon B. Johnson 

11 W. R. Poage - -- 


La Crosse. 

Milwaukee. 

Do. 


12. Fritz Q. Lanham. 

13. Ed Gossett 


Oshkosh. 
Ogdensburg. 


14. John E. Lyle 


Green Bay. 


15 Milton H. West 


Black River Falls. 


Ifi. R. Ewing Thomason 

17 Sam M. Russell 


10. Alvin E. O'Konski 

Wyoming: 
At large: 

Frank A. Barrett 

Alaska: 
Delegate: 

E. L. Bartlett 


Mercer. 


18. Eugene Worley 

19. George H. Mahon 

20. Paul J. Kilday 


Lusk. 


21 C. Fisher 




Utah: 

1. Walter K. Granger 

2. J. W. Robinson 


Juneau. 


Hawaii: 
Delegate: 

Joseph R. Farrington.._ 
Commonwealth of the Phil- 
ippines: 
Resident Comviissioner: 

Carlos P. Romulo 

Puerto Rico: 
Resident Commissioner: 




Vermont: 
At large: 

Charles A. Plumley 

Virginia: 

1. Schuyler Otis Bland 

2. Ralph H. Daughton 

3. J. Vaughan Gary 

4. Patrick H. D re wry 


Honolulu. 

Manila. 
Canovanas. 







GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cone. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Claims Division 



David Neumann... 

Louis P. Cook 

Allan H. Epperson- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do. 



Audit Division 



Edward W. Bell 

John DeW. Johnson 

Raymond T. Parker 

William W. Richardson. 
William A. Willingham.. 
Charlie Monroe 



Accounting and Bookkeep- 
ing Division 



J. Darlington Denit 

George T. Montgomery. 
Fred A. Seaman 



Postal Accounts Division 
(Asheville. N. C.) 



Gary Campbell. 
Ralph S. Tower. 
J. Lee Hottel 



Reconciliation and Clearance 
Division 



Vernon R. Durst. 
Pascal D. Fallon. 

Louis A. Jones 

Jake Hess 



Office of Comptroller General 



Lindsay C. Warren. 
Frank L. Yates 



Dudley W. Bagley . 
O. Gordon Delk, Jr. 
Leonora B. Kelley.. 



Cassie L. Wolfe 

A. Banks Thomas 

Charles M. Galloway. 
John C. Nevitt 



Office of General Counsel 



John C. McFarland-. 
Harrell O. Hoagland. 

Edwin L. Fisher 

Elmo V. Coons 

Eldred N. Mahoney. 
Albert A. Peter 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 

do 

do 

do 

do- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 
do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 
do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

do ...:.... 

Acting Assistant Chief- 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel. 
do 



.do. 
.do- 
.do- 



Office of Investigations 



Stuart B. Tulloss 

Robert H. Slaughter. 
Taylor G. Addison... 



Chief- 

Assistant Chief- 
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Mich. 



24 th. 
10th. 



Comptroller General of the United States 

Assistant Comptroller General of the United 

States. 

Executive Officer 

Assistant Executive Officer.-- 

Special and Confidential Assistant to the 

Comptroller General. 

Secretary to the Comptroller General 

Special Assistant to the Comptroller General.. 

Attorney— Conferee 

Chief, Planning and Budget Section 



Mich 


7th.... 


Va 


7th.... 


W. Va.. 


2d 


N. Y.... 


39th... 


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N. C... 




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N. C... 


1st.... 


Va 


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1st 


N. C-.-- 


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N. C-..- 


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Okla.... 


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Ind 


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Md 


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Ind 


3d 


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$8, 000 
6,500 
6,500 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,600 
6,500 
4,600 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 



6,500 
6,000 
4,600 



6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
3,8C0 



12, 000 
9,000 

8,000 
6,500 
3,700 

2, SCO 
6,500 
7,00C 
6,750 



9,000 
7,000 
7,000 
6,750 
6,500 
6,750 



8,500 
7,250 
6,750 



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Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Chief Clerk 
Reed F. Martin.. 


Chief - 


W.Va-.- 
D. C 


2d 


$5, 400 




2,900 

7,500 
5,800 


Personnel Division 


Director ... . .... .. 


Colo 

Kans 


1st 

2d 


Thomas A. Flynn, Jr 


Assistant Director . _ 







GOVERNMENT PRINTINGIOFFICE 



Augustus E. Giegengack. 

John J. Deviny- 

Russell H. Herrell 

Robert A. Ritter 

Felix E. Cristofane 

Raymond H. LeCraw 

■\Villiam Smith 

"William J. Cassiday 

S. Preston Hipsley 

Morris S. Kantrowitz 

Fred \V. Cromwell 

Willard A. Anderson 

James W. Broderiek 

Alfred L. Fleming 

Loxlie V. Adams 

PhiMp L. Cole 

John A. McLean 

Thomas G. Maloney 

Frank H. Mortimer 

Morris H. Reaves 

GroverW. Tribble. 

John L. Grant 

Mrs. Maybelle G. Fickel 
Eustis E. Morsberger 

Herbert A. Tuohy 

Henry H. Wright 

Harry Falk 

Louis J. Goflredi 

-\lla G. Stevens 

Ralph L. Harris 

George L. Kisling. -- 



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(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Public Printer 

Deputy Public Printer •- 

Executive Officer . 

Production Planning Assistant to the Public 

Printer. 

Comptroller 

Director of Commercial Pl anni ng 

Production Manager 

Director of Purchases ,., 

Director of Personnel '. 

Technical Director 

Superintendent of Documents 

Mechanical Superintendent 

Assistant Production Manager 

Night Production Manager 

Superintendent of Press work 

Director of Planning Service- 

Superintendent of Platemaking 

Superintendent of Binding 

Director of Typography and Design 

Superintendent of C omposition 

Director of Plant Planning--. 

Assistant to the Production Manager 

Liaison Officer 

Administrative Assistant to the Production 

Planning Assistant to the Public Printer. 

Chief, Transportation Section 

Chief Clerk 

Superintendent, Library Branch Section 

Medical and Safety Director _. 

Chief Storekeeper 

Clerk in Charge of Congressional Record at 

Capitol. 
Captain of the Guard 



Legal residence 

ct„t„ Cons. 
State Dist. 



N. Y.- 
D. C-. 



Va 


8th-... 


Md 


6th ... 


Md 


5th ... 


R.I 


1st.... 


N. Y... 


17th-. 


D. C-... 




Md 


2d - 


Mass 


14th... 


Md 


6th-... 


111 


3d 


Wash... 


6th. .. 


Pa 


19th-.. 


Va 


6th-.. - 


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25th... 


Mass 


2d 


N. Y--.. 


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4th-... 


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5th.... 


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7th-.. 


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N. Y... 


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5th—- 


N. Y— . 


27th— 


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29th- 



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sation 



$10, 000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,000 

6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 

4,600 
4,600 
4,400 
4,400 
3,700 
3,000 

2,400 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



Office of the Librarian 



(Vacancy) 

Herbert Putnam. 



Administrative Offices 



Luther H. Evans. 
Edgar F. Rogers.. 



Byron F. Lindsley. 
Donald Trumbull. 
Alvin W. Kremer.. 
William C. Bond-. 
Lewis L. Cogan 



Joseph E. Mullaney 

George W. Morgan... 

Kenneth N. Ryan 

James A. Severn, Jr.-. -_ 

AlvaB. Walker 

Milton M. Plumb, Jr 

John I. Meehan 

George A. Schwegmann, Jr. 
(Vacancy) 



Librarian of Congress. 
Librarian Emeritus. .. 



Chief Assistant Librarian 

Executive Assistant to the Chief -\ssistant 

Librarian. 

Director of Personnel .-. 

Assistant Director of Personnel -. 

Keeper of the Collections 

Superintendent, Buildings and Grounds 

Assistant Superintendent, Buildings and 

Grounds. 

Captain of the Guard --. 

Supply Officer 

Accounting Officer 

Disbursing Officer 

Acting Secretary of the Library 

Information and Publications Officer 

Tabulating Officer 

Director, Photoduplication Service 

Director, Books for the .\dult Blind 



Mass 



Salary received as Chief, Union Catalog Division. 



Tex 

Maine. - 

Calif.--. 
D. C... 


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1st..-. 

23d—. 


Va 

Md 

Md -- 


7th.-.. 
3d 


Ohio.... 

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D. C..-- 


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5th...- 
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Mich 

N.J 

La 


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4th—. 
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4,600 

5,600 
3.800 
4,600 
4,600 
2,700 

2,300 
2,900 
3,800 
3,200 
2,700 
2,600 
2,600 
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Continued 



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(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otiierwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Reference Department 

David C. Mearns 

Harold Spivacke..- --. 

Donald Q. Patterson 

Ernest S. Griffith 

Wilfred C. Gilbert 

Albert F. Zahm.. 

Robert C. Gooch 

Lewis U. Hanke 

Elsie Raekstraw 

St. George L. Sioussat 

Roberts. Piatt 

Harold Spivacke 

Arthur W. Hummel 

Theodor Herzl Gaster 

Horace L Poleman 

(Vacancy) 

Edwin G. Beal, Jr 

Alice Lee Parker 

Robert C. Smith 

Frederick R. Goff 

Henry S. Parsons 

Donald G. Patterson 

Acquisitions Department 

Verner W. Clapp.. 

Mortimer Taube 

James B. Childs. 

(Vacancy) 

Alton H. Keller 

Faith Bradford 

Processing Department 

Herman H. Henkle 

John W. Cronin 

Nathaniel J. Stewart 

Lucile M. Morsch 

David J. Haykin 

George A. Schwegmann, Jr. 
Ruth Kline 

Law Library 

Eldon R. James 

Francis X. Dwyer 

Copyright Office 

Sam Bass Warner 

Herbert A. Howell 



Director, Reference Department 

Acting Assistant Director for Public Reference 
Service. 

Assistant Director for Circulation Service 

Director, Legislative Reference Service 

Assistant Director, Legislative Reference Ser- 
vice. 

Chief, Aeronautics Division 

Chief, General Reference and Bibliography 
Division. 

Director, Hispanic Foundation 

Chief, Loan Division 

Chief, Manuscripts Division 

Chief, Maps Division 

Chief, Music Division 

Chief, Orientalia Division 

Chief, Hebraic Section 

Chief, Indie Section 

Chief, Arabic-Turkish-Iranian Section 

Chief, Japanese Section 

Acting Chief, Prints and Photographs Divi- 
sion. 
Keeper of Archive of Hispanic Culture and 
Exhibits Officer. 

Chief, Rare Books Division 

Chief, Serials Division 

Chief, Stack and Reader Division 



Md_. 
D. C. 

N. H. 
N. Y. 

Vt... 



D. C. 
Ohio. 

Md.. 
Md-- 
D. C. 
111—. 
D. C. 
Md_. 
N. Y, 
Pa.._ 



Ohio. 
Md.. 



Md. 



Director, Acquisitions Department- 
Assistant Director for Operations... 

Assistant Director for Planning 

Chief, Exchange and Gift Division.. 

Chief, Order Division 

Chief, Serial Record Division 



R.I.- 

Mass- 
N. H- 



Md.. 
N. C. 
IlL... 



Mo. 
Md. 



Director, Processing Department 

Assistant Director, Processing Department . 

Chief, Card Division 

Chief, Descriptive Cataloging Division 

Chief, Subject Cataloging Division 

Chief, Union Catalog Division. 

Binding Officer 



Mass.. 
Maine . 

La 

D. C... 
Nebr... 

La 

Md.... 



Law Librarian 

Assistant Law Librarian. 



Mass. 
Md.. 



Register of Copyrights 

Assistant Register of Copyrights. 



N. H. 
D. C. 



2d.. 
33d. 

1st. 



7th. 



6th. 
6th. 



3d. 



8th. 
6th. 

5th.... 

1st.. 
2d... 
2d... 



6th. 
6th. 



7th. 
6th. 



9th. 
2d,. 
5th. 



2d.. 
1st. 
6th. 



nth. 



2d. 



$8,000 

5, 600 
8,000 
5,200 

3,800 
5,600 

6,500 
4,600 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 

3,800 

4,600 
4,800 
(') 



8,000 
5,600 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 



8,000 
6,500 
4,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
3,800 



6,500 
4,600 



6,500 
4,600 



2 Salary received as Chief of the Division of Music. 
^Salary received as Assistant Director for Circulation Service. 



OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



David LjTin... 

Horace D. Rouzer 

Charles A. Henlock.. 

Arthur E. Cook 

August Eccard 

Charles R. Torbert___ 

Timothy Murray 

William A. Frederick 

Robert L. Harrison.. 
J. Marshall CowelL_. 
Robert D. Holeamb__ 

Hans B. Sommer 

N^orman \. Hollister. 

John J. Kearney 

Charles E. Alden 

Edward Brown 

Frank Clarkson 

Edwin H. King 



Architect of the Capitol 

Assistant Architect of the CapitoL 

Administrative Officer 

Supervising Engineer, United States CapitoL. 

C i vil Engi iieer ^-. 

Engineer in Charge (House Wing), Capitol 

Building. 
Engmeer in Charge (Senate Wing), Capitol 

Building. 
Senior Landscape Architect and Horticul- 
turist. 

Chief Engineer (Power Plant) 

Engineer (Power Plant) 

Electrical Engineer _•: 

Elevator Engineer _ 

Air Conditioning Engineer 

Custodian, Senate Office Building 

Assistant Custodian, Senate Office Building.. . 

Superintendent, House Office Building 

Assistant Superintendent, House Office 

Building. 
Engineer (Superintendent of Construction)... 



D. C 



D. C .. 




D. C 




D. C .. 




D. C... 




D. C 




D. C 




D. C 




Md 


6th. ... 


Pa 


10th... 


Mass 


1st.... 


Md 


6th. ... 


Va 


8th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Lid 


9th.... 


D. C ... 




Va 


8th._.. 


D.C.... 





$9, 000 
7,500 
4, 800 
6, 000 
3, 800 
2,900 

2,700 

5,400 

5,400 
3,800 
4,400 
4,200 
4,600 
4,000 
3,200 
5,200 
3,700 

4,600 



11 



EXECUTIVE 



(18) 



THE PRESIDENT 

HARRY S. TRUMAN, OF MISSOURI 

Compensation, $75,000 per annum 



CHIEF OF STAFF TO THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF 
OF THE ARMY AND NAVY 

FLEET ADMIRAL WILLIAM D. LEAHY, U. S. N.* 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


N.\ME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 

3d 

6th.... 
AtL.- 
2d 


pen- 
sation 


The White House Office 


Secretary to the President 


Mass 

Md 

Vt 

Nebr.... 

D. C. 


$10,000 




do -- -- 


10.000 




...do 


10,000 


Edward D. McKim 


Chief Administrative Assistant to the Presi- 
dent. 

.\dvisor and Assistant to the President 

Special Counsel to the President 


10,000 


Harry L. Hopkins 


15,000 




N. Y.... 

Md 

Okla.... 

Kans 

Mo 

111 

D. C 


19th.. 

6th.... 

8th-.-- 

1st 

4th-.- 

25th— 


12,000 




Special Executive Assistant to the President.. 
Executive Clerk in Charge of White House 

Executive Offices. 
Executive Clerk ., 


10,000 


Maurice C. Latta.. 


8,000 




5,600 


Rose A. Conway. . 


Administrative Assistant in the President's 
Office. 

Personal Secretary to the President's Wife 

Chief Usher . .. 


3,500 


Reathel M. Odum .. . . 


3, 500 


Howell G. Crim 


5,600 


Georpe J. Schoensman 

David K. Niles 


Administrative Assistant to the President 

do 


R.I 

Mass.... 


1st 

10th— 


10.000 
10, 000 




....do 




(Vacancy) 


do. _ 










. do 








Liaison Office for Personnel 
Management 

George J. Schoeneman 

Bureau of the Budget 

Office of the Director 

Harold D. Smith 


Administrative Assistant to the President 

Director 


R.I 

Mich.-.. 


1st.... 
2d 


(•) 
10,000 


(Vacancy) 


Assistant Director 


^ 10,000 


Edward G. Kemp .. 


General Counsel 


Mich 

D. C... 


6th-.. 


9,000 


Frederick J. Lawton 


.\dministrative Assistaat to the Director 

Assistant to the Director .. . 


8, 250 


Hir.st Sutton. 


Mich 

Wis 

Mich 

D. C 


8th-.. 

2d 

2d 


6, 500 


Robert C. Sampson 


Personnel Officer 


5,600 


Howard R. Marsh. 


Information Advisor . . ... 


0,500 


Marie A. Johnston 


Administrative .Assistant 


3,300 


Administrative Man.'IGe- 
MENT Division 

Donald C. Stone 


Assistant Director in Charge of Division 

.\ssistant Chief of Division... 


111 

Tex 

Md 

Calif.. .- 

N.J 

Ala 

Mich 

Va 

N. C... 
Mich 


2d 

12th-.. 
6th-. -_ 
20th-.. 
4th..-- 
9th.-.. 
6th.... 
8th.... 
6th.... 
15th..- 


8,500 


Leonard W. HoeLscher 


8,000 


Sherman S. Sheppard 


do 


8,000 


Harrv H. Fife 


Chief, Administrative Analyst . 


6,500 


George Graham 

James H. Hard 


do.. 

do 


6,750 
6,500 


Fred E. Levi.... 


. . do . . 


7,000 


Arnold Miles 


do... _. 


6,500 


George A. Shipman. 


... do . ....« 


6,750 


Edward B. Wilber 


do 


6,500 



* See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

' Salary received as Administrative Assistant to the President. 

(15) 



16 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Bureau of the Budget— Con. 

Estimates Division^ 



Leo C. Martin 

Geoffrey May. -.- 

William F. McCandless. 

James E. Scott 

Reuben D. Vining 

Josiah L. Carr 

Edgar R. Baker 

Benjamin S. Beecher 

Sam R. Broadbent 

Charles D. Curran 

Samuel Dodd... 

Fred A. McNamara 

Qustave Moe 

Robert H. Randall 

William F. Schaub 

Carl A. Schwartz, Jr 

Elmer B. Staats 

David H. Stowe 



Fiscal Division 



J. Weldon Jones 

Herman C. Loeffler. 

Louis H. Bean 

Gerhard Colm 

Paul David.. _ 

Arthur Smithies 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant Director in Charge of Division. 

Assistant Cliief of Division 

do 



do 

do 

Chief Attorney 

Chief Budget Examiner. 

do 

do_. 



.do_ 
-do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do- 
.do. 



.do. 
.do_ 
.do. 



Legislative Reference 
Division 



Frederick J. Bailey . 
Virgil L. Almond-. 



Statistical Standards 
Division 



Stuart A. Rice 

William R. Leonard. 

W. E. Dening 

V. S. Kolesnikoff 

Donald C. Riley 

Peyton Stapp 



War Projects Unit 

E. W. Clark 

War Refuge Board 



William O'Dwyer 

Florence Hodel Wagner- 
David White-... 



Assistant Director in Charge of Division. 

Assistant Chief of Division 

Chief Fiscal Analyst 

do »--- 



-do. 
.do. 



Assistant Director in Charge of Division. 
Chief Legislative Analyst 



Assistant Director in Charge of Division . 

Assistant Chief of Division 

Chief Economist 

do 

do 



-do. 



-Acting Chief of Division. 



Executive Director.. .- 

Assistant Executive Director. 
Administrative Officer 



Legal residence 



State 



D. C... 
D. C... 

Tex 

D. C.--. 

Ga 

D. C---. 
N. Y— . 

Md 

Ga 

Pa 

Okla---. 

Mass 

Minn... 
Ohio.... 
Ohio-.- 

Ind 

Kans 

N. C- 



Ky. 



Va... 
N. Y- 
D. C. 
N. Y. 
Ohio. 
Calif. 



Va. 



N. Y- 
N. Y- 
Mass. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Tex 


4th.... 


Md 


6th..-. 


Va 


8th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Tenn... 


2d 


Mich 




Vt 


At L.. 



5th. 



7th. 



6th.. 
6th.- 
5th.. 
18th. 
2d.- 
9th.. 
5th . 
9th . 
12th. 
12th. 
7th.. 
4th.. 



8th- 
37th. 



17th. 
4th- 
4th. 



8th. 



8th.. 
17th. 
12th- 



2 Serves without compensation. 

OFFICE FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 



Alien Property Custodian 

James E. Markham 

Francis J. McNamara 

John Ernest Roe 

Lloyd L. Shaulds... .'. 



Alien Property Custodian 

Deputy Alien Property Custodian 

Assistant to Custodian and General Counsel 
Secretary to Executive Committee 



Mass- 
Mass. 
Wis.- 
Mass- 



5th... 
9th .. 
2d.... 
5th... 



$10, 000 
10, OCO 
8,000 
8,000 



17 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Alien Property Custodian- 
Continued 

William H. Moore 

Carl W. Satterlee ..-. 

Frank C. Blowe 

Thomas H. Creighton, Jr.. 

Henry G. Hilken 

Fritz Machlup 

Howland H. Sargeant 

Frank J. Garvey 

Charles R. Bergherm 

William E. Downey 

A. L. Stoner 

Paul V. Myron 

Roger E. Brooks 

Board of War Communica 
tions 



Paul A. Porter 

Maj. Gen. Harry C. Ingles.. 
Rear Admiral Joseph R. Red- 
man. 

William L. Clayton 

Herbert E. Gaston 



Foreign Economic Admin- 
istration 



Office of the Adminis- 
trator 



Leo T- Crowley.-, 
Henry W. Riley.. 
Oscar S. Cox 

Sidney Sherwood. 
Joseph M. Juran.. 

John S. Young 

Stacey K. Beebe.. 
Francis R. Poore.. 



OFFICI.^L TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Executive Officer — 

Director of Personnel 

Chief, Service Division 

Chief, Property Division 

Chief, Division of Investigation 

Chief, Division of Research and Statistics — 

Chief, Division of Patent Administration 

Manager, New York Office, New York, N. Y. 
Chief, Division of Business Operations and 

Liquidation, New York, N. Y. 

Comptroller, New York, N. Y 

Manager, San Francisco Office, San Francisco, 

Calif. 

Assistant to Custodian 

Manager, Hawaiian Office, Honolulu, T. H.. 



C hairman 

Member of the Board. 
do 



do.... 

Secretary. 



Administrator .'. 

Deputy Administrator 

do ., 

Special Assistant to the Administrator 

do 

do 

Special Assistant to Deputy Administrator. 
do 



Dudley Easby do 



Eliot Bailen. 
Roger W. Tubby. 



Clearing Office for Foreign 
Transactions and Reports 



Homer Jones 

Howard Shambarger. 



.do. 



Special Assistant to the Administrator i/c 
Public Information. 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Office of Personnel 
Kenneth O. Warner 



Office of Finance 

Leonard W. A'Hearn.. 
Samuel U. Baxter 



Office of Management Services 

Rex A. Anderson 

Edward H. Glade 



Assistant Administrator. 



-do. 



Deputy Assistant Administrator- 



Assistant Administrator 

Deputy Assistant Administrator. 



3 Salary received from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 
' Plus 2.5 percent differential. 

5 Salary received as Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission. 

6 Salary received as Chief Signal, Officer, War Department. 

~ Salary received as Director of Naval Communications, Navy Department. 

« Salary received as Assistant Secretary of State. 

" Salary received as Assistant Secretary, Treasury Department. 



Legal residence 



State 



111 

Mo 

Fla 

Md 

Mo 

N. Y... 
N. Y.... 

Mass 

N. Y.... 

N. Y... 

Calif.... 

Mass 

D. C .. 



Ky... 

Nebr. 
Nev. . 



Tex 

N. Y. . 



Wis 


2d 


D. C ... 




Maine 


1st 


N. Y... 


26th... 


N.J.... 


6th.... 


N. Y.. 




N. Y.... 


28th..- 


Md 


6th.... 


Pa 


2d 


N. Y ... 


17th... 


Vt 


AtL.. 



Iowa... 
Ohio... 



Tenn. 



Md. 
Mo. 



Calif... 
Conn.- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



2d... 
1st-. 
2d .. 
6th.. 
5th-. 
44th- 
9th.- 
3d... 
28th 



17th. 
8th.. 



12tb... 



6th... 
1st... 
AtL. 

8th-.- 
28th-. 



1st.,.. 
5th... 



6th. 
2d.. 



22d. 
3d.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8,000 

(') 

8,000 

6,500 

8,000 

8,000 

8,250 

8,250 

8,000 
6,500 

8,000 
< 8, 000 



(=) 
(•) 
(') 

(>) 
(•) 



(3) 

(3) 

9,000 

9,000 

8,250 

8,000 

8.000 

6,500 

6,750 

6,500 

5,600 



(3) 



8,000 



8,000 
8,000 



6.500 
5,600 



18 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Foreign Economic Admin- 
istration—Continued 

Office of the Adminis- 
trator— Continued 

Office of Budget and Adminis- 
trative Planning 



Walter H. Duncan. 
Alton L. Gillikan.. 



Office of General Counsel 

Alfred Davidson 

Office of Economic Programs 
James W. Angell 

Bureau of Supplies 



Sidney H. Scheuer.. 

Kurt Lowenstein 

Murray H. Marker. 

Lewis L. Lorwin 

Paul C. Gerhart 



Requirements and Supply 
Branch 



Samuel H. Lebensburger. 
Walter Freedman 



Foreign Procurement and 
Development Branch 



Arthur Z. Gardiner. 
Alan M. Bateman... 



Office of Food Programs 



Herbert W. Parisius. 
Harold B. Rowe 



Transportation and Storage 
Branch 



Harold W. Salisbury. 
Creston A. GiblLn 



Property Disposal Branch 



Col. H. M. Reedall. 
Elias J. Drexler 



Trade Relations Staff 

Mason Manghum.. 

Engineering Service 



A. C. Shire.. 

Perry A. Fellows. 



Commercial Transactions Staff 

Ben H. Reese. 

Van Lear Woodward... 



Program Control Staff 
Clem C. Crossland 



Assistant Administrator 

Deputy Assistant Administrator. 



General Counsel. 



Assistant Administrator. 



ExecHtive Director 

Deputy Executive Director.. 
Assistant Executive Director. 

Economic Advisor 

Executive Director 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Director j. 

Assistant Director 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Director 

Special Assistant. 



Director 

Deputy Director- 



Chief. 



Chief Engineer 

Assistant Chief Engineer. 



Chief 

Assistant for Export Procurement. 



Acting Chief. 



"> See Army pay tables in appendix of Oflicial Register. 
11 Salary received from War Production Board. 



Nev.. 
N. C. 



N. Y.... 



N. Y. 



At L. 

4th... 



20th.. 



25th.. 



N. Y.... 

N. .T 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
Tex 


17th_.. 
9th.... 
6th.... 
17th... 
8th. ... 


N. Y.... 

Mo 


16th... 
12th... 


N. Y.... 
Conn... 


16th... 
3d 


Wis 

Md 


4th.... 
6th.... 


Mich... 
Fla 


1st.... 
4th.... 


Ohio 

N. Y.... 


loth"!- 


Va 


4th. ._ 


N. Y.... 
Mich 


17th... 
14th... 


Mo 

N. Y.... 


0th.... 

nth.. 


Fla 


1st.-.. 



19 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Foreign Economic Admin- 
istration—Continued 

Bureau of Areas 



Arthur Paul 

Charles Denby 

Monte F. Bourjaily 

Robert J. Carmody 

Robert H. Montgomery- 
Clifford Matlock 

Ruth Ray 



Entish Empire and Middle 
East Branch 



William V. Griffin... 
Ambrose C. Cramer. 



Far East and Special 
Territories Branch 



Whiting Willauer... 
Donald F. Harding. 



U.S.S.R. Branch 

Maj. Gen. C. M. Wesson- 
John N. Hazard 



European Branch 

Marshall MacDuffle, Jr. 
Frederick Strauss 



Enemy Branch 



Henry H. Fowler . 
John R. Fleming.. 



Pan American Branch 



George L. Bell 

Raymond I. Dodson. 



Field Operations Staff 
Myron Black 

White Paper Policy Staff 
Robert Moseley 

Reverse Lend-Lease Staff 
Charles Denby 

Lend-Lease Clearance Staff 
Helen Castle 



Area Program Coordination 
Staff 

Carlile Bolten-Smith 



Petroleum Reserves 
Corporation 



Harold L. Ickes.. 
Henry W. Riley. 



Executive Director 

Deputy Executive Director 

Special Assistant to E.xecutive Director . 

Executive Officer 

Economic Advisor 

Aiea Surplus Coordinator 

Assistant to Executive Director 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Director.. 

Assistant Director. 



Director. 



Acting Chief- 



.do. 



Chief. 



President. 
Treasurer. 



2 Serves without compensation. 

3 Salary received fmm Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 
10 See Aimy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

" Salary received from War Production Board. 

'2 No additional compensation. 

»3 Salary paid by Department of Interior. 

654092 — 45 3 



Pa 

Pa 

Maine.. 

N.J 

Tex 

Mass 

111 


17th... 
16th... 

3d 

1st...- 
10th. .- 
5th-... 
6th.... 


N.J 

Ill 


5th-___ 
10th... 


Md 

Mass 


6th.... 
10th... 


D.C 





N. Y... 



N. Y. 
N. Y- 



16th... 



17th- 
20th. 



Va 

Md 


6th.... 


Pa 

Md 


9th_.__ 
5th...- 


Pa 


9th--.. 


D. C... 




Pa 


10th... 



N. Y.... 



Term. 



m.... 

D. C. 



15th. 



9th. 



6th. 



$9,000 
8,000 
8,000 
5,800 
8,000 
6,500 
5,600 



(2) 
8.000 



8,000 
8,000 



(10) 

8,250 



a. 000 

8,000 



(") 

8,250 



8.000 
6,500 



8,000 
5,600 

(12) 

5,600 
8,000 



(13) 



20 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Foreign Economic Admin- 
istration—Continued 

Edward B. Swanson 

Albin J. Plant 

Gordon M. Sessions 

Export-Import Bank of 
Washington 



Wayne C. Taylor 

Hawthorne Arey 

WUfred D. Whittemore- 

Henry W. Riley 

Richard W. Effland 

J. C. Futrelle 

David B. Griffin 

J. F. Mersereau 



Hampson Gary. 



U. S. Commercial 
Company 



Leo T. Crowley 

Sidney H. Scheuer 

Herbert W. Parisius.. 
Arthur Z. Gardiner... 

Ben H. Reese 

Van Lear Woodward.. 

Henry W. Riley 

B. W. Ruffner 

Leonard W. A'Heam. 

Edgar M. Brister 

Willard E. Unzieker... 
Alfred E. Davidson... 

Clarence I. Blau 

George S. Jewett 

Ira J. Schuster 

Bernard K. Shapiro... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Secretary 

Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer... 
Assistant to President 



President 

Vice President and General Counsel... 

Vice President — 

do 

Secretary .._ 

Assistant Secretary : 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer and Assistant General 

Counsel 
Solicitor 



Rubber Development 
Corporation 



Leo T. Crowley 

Douglas H. Allen 

Warren Lee Pierson_. 

Bernard F. Haley 

Francis A. Truslow.. 

Frederick W. Utz 

John W. Bicknell 

D. C. Carnes 

R. B. Bogardus 

George H. Hubert 

Raymond J. Consley. 



H. Clay Johnson. 

James L. Dougherty.. 

William C. Beck, Jr... 

F. J. Farrington 

Robert L. Bynum, Jr_ 
Nathaniel Royall 



President 

Vice President 

....do 

._..do 

....do 

....do 

Secretary and Treasurer... 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Treasurer 

do.. 

do 

General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel. 

....do --.. 

do - 

....do 



Legal residence 



State 



Chairman of the Board of Directors 

Director.- -- 

...do - 

do 

President and Director 

Executive Vice President and Director 

Vice President and Director. 

do 

Assistant Vice President 

Secretary 

Assistant Secrrtary and Assistant General 
Comisel. 

General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Litiga- 
tion. 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer — 

do 

Chief Auditor — 



Wash. 
Md... 
HI 



111 

Nebr.. 
D. C. 
D.C.. 
Wis... 
Nebr.. 
Term.. 
Pa.-__ 



Te.x. 



Wis 

N. Y..., 

Wis 

N. Y... 

Mo 

N. Y... 
D. C... 
Tenn... 

Md 

Calif... 
Tex.... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Ind.... 
N. Y.._ 
111 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Ind. 
111... 



D. C. 
D. C. 

Tenn. 
Tex.. 



6th.. 
2d... 
10th. 



10th. 
2d... 



5th. 
2d.. 
9th. 
6th. 



2d... 
17th. 
4th.. 
16th. 
9th.. 
nth. 



2d... 
6th.. 



Wis 

N. Y._.. 
Calif... - 
Calif.... 
N. Y.... 

Pa 

N. Y..._ 

Tex 

Ohio.... 

Iowa 

Md 



8th.. 
20th. 
4th. _ 
10th. 
9th.. 
9th.. 



2d-.. 
18th_ 
16th. 
8th.. 
1st.- 
12th_ 
26th. 
8th.. 
14th_ 
1st.. 
6th-- 



3d. i. 
10th. 



10th- 



3 Serves without compensation. 

3 Salary received from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 

12 No additional compensation. 

" Salary paid by Petroleum j^dministrator for War. 

16 Salary paid by Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 

18 Salary received from the State Department— no extra compensation from Rubber Development 
Corporation. , . , 

" Officers and employees of Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compensation 
from Rubber Development Corporation. 

Note: Except as otherwise indicated, the above are all employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora- 
tion from which their salary is received and no additional compensation is received from Rubber Develop- 
ment Corporation. 



21 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Foreign Economic Admin- 
istration — Contiuued 

Rubber Development 
Corporation— Continued 

Ernest O. Holt 

Byron M. IIopps 

Joseph L. Apodaca.-- _- 

Myles A. Walsh 

Carlos C. Hall 

n. H. H. Munro 

Otto Losa - 

Ernest W. Mills 

Edward McLaughlin 

C. Homer McDuff 

National War Labor Board 

Board Members 
public members 



George W. Taylor ; 

Lloyd K. Garrison 

Frank P. Graham 

Jesse Fieidin 

Lewis M. Gill 

Dexter M. Keezer 

Edwin Witte 

Nathan P. Feinsinger- 



LABOR MEMBERS 



Van A. Bittner. 
George Mcany.. 
R. J. Thomas... 
Matthew Woll.. 



Alternates 

Martin P. Diirkin_- 

John Brophy 

Emil Rieve 

Robert J. Watt 



INDUSTRY MEMBERS 



Horace B. Horton. 
Frederick S. Fales. 
J. Holmes Davis... 



Alternates 

Clarence O. Skinner. 

LeeH. Hill 

Vincent Ahearn 



Office of the Board Mem- 
bers 

office of THE PUBLIC MEM- 
BERS 

Max Malin 



OFFICE of the industry 

MEMBERS 



Coleman Barrett. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Special Representative, Tegucigalpa, Hon- 
duras. 
Special Representative, Mexico City, Mex... 
Special Representative, San Jose, Costa Rica.. 
Special Representative, Caracas, Venezuela. .. 

Special Representative, Quito, Ecuador 

Sjiecial Representative, Cochabamba, Bolivia 

Special Representative, Lima, Peru 

Special Representative, Bogota, Colombia 

Special Representative, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Manager, Amazon Division, Belem, Brazil 



Chairman 

Vice Chairman.. 
Public Member. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Labor Member (C. I. O.) 

Labor Member (A. F. L.) 

Labor Member (C. I. O.) 

Labor Member (A. F. L.) 



Alternate Labor Member (A. F. L.) 

Alternate Labor Member (C. I. 0.) 

do 

Alternate Labor Member (A. F. L.) 



Employer Member. 
....do... 



.do. 



Alternate Employer Member. 

....do 

....do 



Assistant to Chairman Taylor. 



Legal residence 



State 



Ala. 



Calif... 
D. C .. 

Ind-^-. 

Ariz 

Mass... 
Ohio... 
N. Y _. 
Ark.... 
Okla... 



Pa... 

Wis.. 
N. C. 
N. Y. 
Ohio. 



Wis. 
Wis. 



N. Y. 

Mich. 

N. Y. 



111. 



Wis. 
Wis. 



N. Y. 



Assistant to Industry Members _. Md 



Cong. 
Dist. 



At L. 

11th.- 
14th.. 



6th _ 



2d. 



4th...- 



17th. 



Com- 
pen- 
shtion 



$7, 250 

7,000 
7,250 
8,000 
7,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 

(16) 

8,000 



10. 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 



(18) 
(18) 
(18) 
(18) 



(18) 
(IS) 
(18) 
(18) 



(18) 
(18) 
(IS) 



(18) 
(18) 
(18) 



5,600 



(19) 



18 Salary received from the State Department— no extra compensation from Rubber Development Corpo- 
ration. 

's Receives in addition to travehng expenses $25 per diem for subsistence on such days as actually engaged 
in the performance of duties pursuant to Executive Order 9017. 

" Receives in addition to traveling expenses $18.05 per diem on such days as actually engaged in the per- 
formance of duties pursuant to Executive Order 9017. 



22 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


National War Labor Board- 
Continued 










Office of the Board Mem- 
bers— Continued 










OFFICE OF THE LABOR MEM- 
BERS 












Assistant to Labor Members (A. F. L.) 

Assistant to Labor Members (C. I. 0.) 


Md 

Pa 


6th.._. 
33d_... 


$6, 500 


Benjamin C. Sigal-- 


6,500 


Office of Executive Direc- 
tor 












Executive Director- 


N Y 




8,000 


Ofhce of Deputy Execu- 
tive Director 










Deputy Executive Director 


N. Y 




8,000 


Board Room Services 










Administrative Ofllcer 


TpTvn 




3,800 


WAR SHIPPING panel (De- 
partmental) 










Ellison W Chalmers 


Chairman, War Shipping Panel, Washington, 
D. C. 


Pa 




8,000 


airframe panel (Depart- 
mental) 




Benjamin Aaron 


Chairman, Airframe Panel, Washington, D. C. 


Va 


8th...- 


6,500 


SHIPBUILDING COMMISSION 

(Departmental) 










William McPherson . 


Chairman, Shipbuilding Commission, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 


Ohio . - 




8,000 










TRUCKING COMMISSION (De- 
partmental) 










William Qrogan 


Chairman, Trucking Commission, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 


Mass ... 




8,000 


wage adjustment BOARD J" 








Daniel Tracy 


Chairman, Wage Adjustment Board, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 






(21) 


NEWSPAPER COMMISSION 

(Field) 










Chairman, Daily Newspaper Printing and 
Publishing Commission, Chicago, 111. 






8,000 


NONFERROUS METALS COM- 
MISSION (Field) 










Chairman, Nonferrous Metals Commission, 
Denver, Colo. 


Colo .. 




(IS) 


TOOL AND DIE COMMISSION 

(Field) 








Kurt Anderson - 


Chairman, Tool and Die Commission, Detroit, 
Mich. 

• 


Mich.. 




4,600 


WEST COAST LUMBER COM- 
MISSION (Field) 






Chairman, West Coast Lumber Commission, 
Portland, Oreg. 






8,000 











IS No additional compensation. 
2" Serviced by other Agencies. 
2' Detail from Labor Department. 



23 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


National War Labor Board — 

ContiBued 

Office of Deputy Execu- 
tive Director— Continued 

TEXTILE COMMISSION (Field) 

David O. Cole 


Chairman, Textile Commission, Boston, 

Mass. 
Chairman, Textile Commission, Atlanta, Ga. . 

Co-Chairman, Steel Commission, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
do 






(22) 


Richard E. Lester 


N. C... 
N. Y 




(22) 


STEEL commission (Field) 
Theodore Kheel 


(12) 


William Simkin 






(22) 


meat packing commission 
(Field) 

Clark Kerr 


Chairman, Meat Packing Commission, 
Chicago, 111. 


Wash 




$6,500 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 

W. Roy Little 






6,500 


B. M. Joffe 


Assistant Director . .. 


N Y 




5,600 


"William Huntington 








4,600 


William Brody . . 




N Y 




5,600 


Wage Stabilization Divi- 
sion 

Carroll R. Daugherty 


Director 


N. Y.... 


25th-.. 


8,000 


Harry Douty 


Chief, Policy Appraisal Branch .. 


6,500 


Herbert Unterberger _ 


Chief, Board Case Analysis Branch .. . . 






6,500 


Legal Division 
Phillip Brownell 




Va 




6,500 


Abraham Stockman 


Attorney. 


N. Y 




6,500 


Public Information Divi- 
sion 

Archie M. Robinson 

Joseph Gambatese 


Director 

Assistant Director 


Mich 

Ohio 


17th... 


8.000 
5,600 


Disputes Division 
Leonard Berliner 


Director.- 


N Y 




8,000 


Appeals Committee 
Thomas Holland _ 


Fla 




8,000 


Robert E. Mathews 


do 


Ohio 




8,000 


William G. Rice .. 


. do 


Wis 




8,000 


Telephone Panel 
Pearce Davis. 


do 






8,000 


Regional Boards 
Saul Wallen 




N. Y.... 


24th... 


8,000 


Thomas Norton.. 


Chairman, New York, N. Y .... 


8,000 


Sylvester Garrett 


Chairman, Philadelphia, Pa 


Pa 

N. C... 

N. Y 


2d..... 
6th.... 


8,000 


Maurice T. Van Hecke 


Chairman, Atlanta, Ga 


8,000 


Frederick BuUen 


Chairman, Cleveland, Ohio 


8,000 


Edgar L. Warren. 


Chairman, Chicaeo. Ill .. 


N. Y 




8,000 


W. Willard Wirtz. 


Acting Chairman, Kansas City, Mo 

Chairman, Dallas, Tex 


111 




8,000 
8,000 


Wales H. Madden 


Tex 





'2 No additional compensation. 
" Receives in addition to traveling expenses $22.22 per diem on such days as actually en 
performance of duties pursuant to Executive Order 9017. 



gaged in the 



24 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



National War Labor Board- 
Continued 



Regional Boards— Con. 



J. Glenn Donaldson. 
Thomas F. Neblett. 

Louis Miriani _. 

George B. Noble 

Harold W. Loper... 



Sydney Sugarman. 

Office of Civilian Defense 

Office of the Director 

Lt. Gen. William N. Haskell, 
Colonel Frank A. McNamee, 
Jr. 

Protection Service 
Division 

Colonel Lemuel Bolles 



Industrial Protection 
Division 



Colonel John B. Warden. 



Protective Property Divi- 
sion 



Gilbert A. Bormstetter. 



Federal-State Coopera- 
tion Division 



Leonard L. Henningor. 



Policy Analysis and Re- 
ports AND Awards 



Dr. Elwyn A. Mauck 

Administrative Division 
Gilbert A. Boimstetter 



Office of Defense Transporta- 
tion 



Office of the Director 



Col. J. Monroe Johnson 

Homer C. King 

Brig. Gen. Charles D. Young. 

James H. Aydolott 

Guy A. Richardson 

Laurence C. Turner 

Porter L. Howard 

Joseph L. White 

G. Lloyd Wilson 

Sidney L. Miller 

James M. Curtin _. 

Joseph R. Rose 



Chairman, Denver, Colo 

Chairman, San Francisco, Calif 

Chairman, Detroit, Mich 

Chairman, Seattle, Wash 

Co-Chairman, Territorial War Labor Board, 

Honolulu, Hawaii. 
do 



Colo... 
Miss... 
Mich.. 
Oreg... 



Director 

Deputy Director. 



Chief- 



.do_ 



.do. 



.do. 



Policy Analyst (Historian). 



Administrative Officer. 



Director --- 

Executive Assistant... 

Deputy Director 

Director, Railway Transport Department- 
Director, Highway Transport Department.. 
Director, Waterway Transport Department- 
Director, Liquid Transport Department 

Executive O flicer - 

Chief Consultant— Rates Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Assistant to Deputy Director 

Statistician 

Historian _. -.- - 



« Serves without compensation. 

^ Plus 25 percent differential. 

1" See Army pay tables in appendix of OfHcial Register. 

12 No additional compensation. 

" Nonreimbursable; paid by Interstate Commerce Commission. 

'< Per diem when actually employed. 



N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 



N. Y. 



26th.. 
28th.. 



2d. 



Pa. 



19th. 



Iowa 


6th.... 


Ohio 


6th.... 


N. C... 


6th..-. 


Iowa 


6th...- 


S. C 

D. C... 


6th.... 


Pa 




111 

111 

La 


6th..-. 
10th... 


Pa 




N.J.-... 

Pa 

Iowa 

N. Y.... 
Pa 


12th... 
6th.... 
lst-.._ 
19th-.. 



25 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OiBce of Defense Transpor- 
tation—Continued 

Administrative Office 

William F. Schlichting 

Arch K. Jean 

Philip W. Holmes 

Mildred G. Sims 

REGIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICERS 



John F. Convey 

Gordon E. Bloom., 

Otto O. Lance 

Arthur F. Giles 

John A. Lubbe 

William C. Helvey. 
Martin Marques.. _ 



Office of General Counsel 



Clair M. Roddewig.. 

Francis A. Silver 

Frank Perrin 

Harvard R. Osmond. 



Transport Personnel 
Division 

Robert L. Glenn 

William J. Micheels 

Office of Information 

Charles E. V. Prins 

Storage Division 

Samuel G. Spear 

Robert C. King 

George G. Roddy 

Joseph E. Bishop 

Raymond Shoemaker 

Rates Division 

Harry Wilson 

Victor I. Gruber 

Materials and Equipment 
Division 

Harry H. Kelly 

Carroll W. Brown 



Railway Transport 
Department 



James H. Aydelott. 
Earle E. McCarty. 
Holly Stover 



Linwood L. Adams. - 
Gerald R. Gallagher - 

James E. Friend 

Stephen E. Shoup 

Vincent T. Corbett.. 

Albert S. Johnson 

James E. Carroll 

Harry L. Brooks 

Paul B. Christian 

M. Ellis Burk 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant Executive Officer 

Personnel Officer 

Budget and Fiscal Officer.. 
Office Manager 



NewYork, N. Y 

Atlanta, Ga 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Dallas, Tex 

San Francisco, Calif 

San Juan, Puerto Rico. 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel . 

do 

do 



Acting Director 

Assistant Director 

Director. 

Director 

Chief, Storage Control Section 

Chief, Merchandise Warehouse Section... 
Chief, Marine Liaison Section, New York 
Consultant 

Director... 

Assistant to Director 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Director 

Associate Director 

Special Representative— Federal Manager, 
TP. & W. RR. 

Assistant Director 

Assistant Director, Manpower 

Assistant Director, Operations 

Assistant Director, Equipment and Structures- 
Assistant Director, Passenger Traffic 

Assistant Director, Export-Import 

Assistant Director, Car Utilization 

Chief, Commodity Routing Section 

Chief, Operating Statistics Section 

Chief, Tax Amortization Section.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich 

Va 

Pa 

D. C... 


6th.... 
8th.... 
1st...- 


Conn 




111 




Miss 

111 - 


6th.... 


La 

Calif.... 
P. R 


2d 

7th.... 


Minn 




Mont--- 

Ind 

D. C . 


1st.... 
6th.... 


Fla 




Minn... 
Conn 


5th.... 



Mass. 
Kans. 
N. J_. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Pa. 
Pa. 



Pa... 
D. C. 



111..-. 
Calif. 
Fla.. 



Ill 

Pa.... 
Tex... 
Mo... 

Ill 

Calif.. 
Minn. 
Oa.... 
S. C... 
N. Y.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



5th. 
4th. 



3-th. 



33d- 



4th. 



21st.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
3,800 



5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
5,600 
4,800 
5,600 
3,800 



8,000 
6,750 
6,500 
6,500 



6,500 
6,500 



8,000 



8,000 
6,750 
6,500 
6,500 
24 22. 22 



8,000 
5,600 



8,250 
7,500 



m 
(2) 

6,500 

6,500 

6,500 

6,500 

(2) 

6,500 

6,500 

5,600 

5,600 

5,800 



2 Serves without compensation. 

" Per diem when actually employed. 



26 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of Defense Transpor- 
tation — Continued 

Railway Transport 
Department— Continued 

REGIONAL organization 

Eastern Region 

Lee A. Christiansen (acting) 

Charles M. Moore 

John D. Gallery 

Southern Region 

James M. Hood 

James P. Kiernan 

Western Region 

William F. Kirk 

Neil S. Laidlaw 

Fred S. Keiser 

Raymond B. Croll 

James M . Baths 

Xerma M. Campbell 

Highway Transport 
Department 



Guy A. Richardson. 
Benjamin R. Miller 



property OPERATION'S 

division 

H. Richard Stickel 

Fred W. Eiselstein 

A. H. Walter 

Robert A. Hicks 

John R. Scott 

passenger OPERATIONS 

division 

Edward A. Roberts 

William H. Ahearn 

Charles F. Warden 

Clayton D. Hutchins 

Christian B. Caldwell 

FEDERAL OPERATIONS 
DIVISION 



Ellis T. Longenecker 

EQUIPMENT AND RESEARCH 
DIVISION 



Walter S. Rainville, Jr_ 

Matthew E. Kane 

William J. Cumming_ . 
Marc V. Haas 



MANAGEMENT DIVISION 



Ernst Jacobson 

Oscar F. Mealey 

James O. Riley 

Albert S. Rosenbaum. 



REGIONAL OPERATIONS 
DIVISION 



Percy N. Simmons. 



Director, New York 

Associate Director, New York 

Assistant Director, Buffalo 

Director, Washington 

Assistant Director, Washington 

Director, C hicago 

Associate Director, Ports, San Francisco 

Associate Director, Ore and Grain, Chicago 

Assistant Director, Chicago 

Assistant Director, Los Angeles 

Assistant Director, St. Louis 



D irector 

Executive Manpower Officer. 



Federal Manager- 



Director 

Chief, Allocation Section 

Chief, Maintenance Section. 
(Dhief, Program Section 



Director. 

Chief, Contract Clearance 

Chief, Inventory and Statistics. 
Chief, Administrative. 



Director. 



Ill 




N. J.._. 


12th... 


N. Y . 




Ohio 


14th... 


Ohio 




Mo 


11th... 


Calif.... 


7th...- 


Minn... 




Ill 


6th.-.. 


Minn... 


5th.... 


Okla.... 





111... 

N. Y. 



10th. 



Director 

Chief, For-Hire Carriers 

Chief, Private Carriers 

Chief, Farm Vehicles 

Chief, Traffic and Vehicle Registration 



Director 

Chief, Transit Section 

Chief, Intercity Bus Section. 

Chief, School Bus Section 

Chief, Taxicab Section 



Pa... 
Ohio. 
Ky... 
Ohio. 
Md.. 



N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. J... 
Ohio... 
Ohio--. 



2d.. 
6th. 



1st. 



8th.. 
12th. 



Calif. 



La 

N. Y... 

Va 

N. Y... 



1st. 
2d.- 
8th. 



m 

W. Va. 
D. C... 
Va 



8th. 



IlL 



' Serves without compensation. 



27 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Defense Transpor- 
tation—Continued 

Highway Transport 
Department — Continued 

regional operations 
division— continued 

Regional Directors 

Alvin S. McEvoy 

Melvin R. Greene 

John Q. Caley 

Robert D. Thomas 

Harry L. Gormley 

Edward P. McCaUum 

Asa J. MerrilL- 

Robert O. Crowe 

Waterway Transport 
Department 



Laurence C. Turner... 
Ralph E. McPherson. 
John H. Snyder 



COASTWISE and INTERCOSTAL 
TRANSPORT DIVISION 

Charles F. Kellers 

Neil S. Laidlaw 

Daniel J. McGarity 

INLAND WATERWAYS DIVISION 

(Vacancy) 

Armand W. Kitto 

GREAT LAKES CARRIERS 
DIVISION 

Alexander T. Wood 



Liquid Transport Depart- 
ment 

Porter L. Howard 

Richard H. Lamberton 

Fayette B. Dow 

Joseph E . Keller 

pipe lines division 

Robert W. Shields. 

TANK CAR SERVICE DIVISION 

Arthur V. Bourque 

Frederick A. Tutt.... 

Frank M. Cooke 

TANK TRUCKS DIVISION 

Samuel F. Niness 

C. Austin Sutherland 

PUERTO RICAN TRANSPORT 
DIVISION 

Manuel Garcia deQuevedo... 
Paul H. Quinn 



New York, N. Y.... 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Atlanta, Ga 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Dallas, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif 



Director 

Assistant to Director 

Chief, Controlled Materials Section. 



Director, New York. 

Associate Director, San Francisco. 
Assistant Director, San Francisco. 



D irector 

Assistant Director, New Orleans. 



Consultant, Cleveland, Ohio. 



Director 

Associate Director 

Consultant 

Advisor on State Barriers 

Director 

Director. 

Chief, Petroleum Section.. 

Chief, Other Liquid Transport Section 

Director 

Assistant Director 



Director. 

Regional Director, San Juan. 



Luis Lavergne-Yordan Assistant to Regional Director. 

Fernando R. Molina | do 

2 Serves without compensation. 
" No additional compensation. 
M Per diem when actually employed. 



Wis 

Md 

Ga 

Ohio.... 

Pa 

Tenn.... 
Utah.... 
Calif.... 



La... 
Mo.. 
D. C. 



5th.. 
2d-.. 
5th.. 
22d.. 
26th. 
10th. 
2d... 
15th. 



N.J... 

Calif.... 

Mass 



La. 



Ohio.... 



Pa 

111 

D. C... 


8th.... 
6th.... 


Ohio.... 





Kans. 



D.-C. 
Kans. 
D. C. 



Pa... 
Nebr. 



D. C. 
N. Y 
P. R. 
P. R. 



12th. 
7th.. 



22d. 



1st.. 



8th. 
1st. 



8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8.000 
8,000 
8,000 



8,000 
4,600 
5,600 



(18) 

6,500 



5,600 



(2) 



8,000 

1 

" 18. 05 



8,000 



8,000 
5,600 
5,600 



'* 22. 91 
6,750 



" 22. 22 
6,500 
5,600 
3,800 



28 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Defense Transpor- 
tation—Continued 



Hawahan and Alaskan 
Transport 



Joseph L. White 

HAWAUAN transport 

James O'Dowda.- -__ 



Executive Officer in Charge. 



N. J. 



Regional Director, Honolulu, 



T. H. 



ALASKAN TRANSPORT 

John E. Pegues 



Office of Economic 
Stabilization 



William H. Davis.. _ 
Thomas I. Emerson. 

Walters. Salant 

Paul Duncan 

William Berg, Jr 



Alaskan Representative, Fairbanks, Alaska. .. 



Director 

General Counsel 

Economic Advisor 

Assistant to the Director. 
Executive Officer 



Alaska - 



Office of Inter-American 
Affairs 



Office of the Director 



Wallace K. Harrison 

Lawrence H. Levy 

Kenneth Iverson.. 

Maj. Gen. George C. Dun- 
ham. 

Francis A . Jamieson 

Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley.. 

Victor Borella 

John W. Hisle 

Walter T. Prendergast 



Director 

General Counsel 

General Counsel for Corporations. 
Deputy Director 



do 

do 

Executive Director 

Acting E.xecutive Director 

Special Assistant to the Director. 



Department of Basic 
Economy (Institute of 
Inter-American Affairs) 

Maj. Gen. George C Dun- 
ham: 

Food Supply Division 

William C. Brister 



Director. 



Health and Sanitation Division 
Col. Harold B. Gotaas 



.do. 



Training Division 
W. W. Peter... 



.do. 



Department of Trans- 
portation AND Economic 
Development 

Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley: 

Robert J. DeCamp 

Maurice E. Gilmore -- 

Norris W. Mumper. 

George F. Foley 



Director, Rail 

Director, Overland 

Director, Aviation 

Consultant, Shipping. 



2 Serves without compensation. 

11 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

>2 No additional compensation. 

2< Per diem when actually employed. 



N. Y..._ 
N. Y.... 

Va 

Ala 

S. Dak.. 



N. Y.. 

N.Y.- 
Utah.. 



N.J. 



N. Y. 
Md.. 
Va... 



Pa- 



Couu. 



Conn. 
N. Y.. 
Calif.. 
N.J... 



12th. 



18th. 
14th. 
8th.. 
9th.. 
1st.. 



1st.. 
17th. 
2d... 



4th. 



24th. 
6th.. 
8th.. 



17th. 



4th.. 
25th. 



12th. 



(.2) 

$5,600 
2< 15. 55 



15, 000 
8,250 
8,000 
5,600 
6,500 



(2) 
(2) 
8.000 

(10) 

8,250 

(10) 

8,000 
6,500 
6,500 



(10) 



8,000 



(10) 



6,500 



(10) 

8,000 
8,000 
8,000 

(24) 



20 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Office of Inter -American 

Affairs— Continued 

Department of Informa- 
tion 

WaUaco K. Harrison: 

Education Division 

O. Kennpth Holland 

Radio Division 

John AV. G. Opilvle -- 

Motion Picture Division 

Francis L. Alstock 

Regional Diiision 

Albert J. Akin 



Department of Press and 
purlications 



Francis A. Jamieson: 



Guidance and Reference 
Division 



Charles Kline 

General News Division 

Jamie Plenn 

Feature Division 
John Robey 



Graphics and Publications 
Division 



A. L. Murphy 

Economic Neivs Diiision 
Frederick R. Gardner 



Department of Admin- 
stration 

John W. Hisle: 

Office of the Comptroller 

John W. Hisle 

Personnel Division 

Thomas Klechak 

Service Operations Diiision 

Mark Smith 



Department of Special 

Services 



Victor Borella: 
John Akin 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director. 



.do. 



.do. 



Director. 



-do. 



.do. 



Comptroller. 



Director. 



do. 



Acting Director. 



2 Serves without compensation. 
'2 No additional copipensation. 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y. 



Md. 



N. Y. 



Mass. 



N.J. 



D. C. 



Tex. 



Md. 



N. Y. 



Md 


6th...- 


Md 


6th.... 


111 


7th.... 


D. C... 





N. Y. 
Mass. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



6th.. 



25th _ 



nth. 



12th 



4th. 



15th. 



5th. 



6th. 



24th. 
12th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



m 

$8, OIJO 
8,250 
8,250 
6,500 

(12) 

8,000 
6,500 
5,600 

6, 7.50 
6,750 

(12) 



(12) 



5,000 



5,600 



(U) 
(12) 



30 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of Inter-American 

Affairs— Continued 

Department of Special 
Services— Continued 

Education and Teachers' 
Aid Division 



Harold E. Davis 

Services and Field Coordina- 
tion Division 



Consultant. 



Walter Hecht. 



Director. 



Labor Relations Division 



John Herling — 

Projects Administration 



.do. 



George Dudley 

Office of Scientific Research 
and Development 

Office of the Director 



Vannevar Bush... 
Carroll L. Wilson. 
John V. L. Hogan. 
Lyman Chalkley.. 



-do. 



D irector 

Executive Assistant to Director. 

Special Assistant to Director 

Assistant to Director 



Office of Field Service 



Karl T. Compton.. 
Alan T. Waterman. 



Chief 

Deputy Chief. 



Scientific Personnel 
Office 

George W. Bailey 

Liaison Office 

Franklin S. Cooper 

Eugene W. Scott 

Office of the Executive 
Secretary 

Irvin Stewart 

Capt. Robert A. Lavender.. _ 

Oscar M . Ruebhausen 

Jean C. Buck 

Cleveland Norcross 

Carey Q. Cruikshank 

Roy Bowker 

Committee on Medical 
Research 



Alfred N. Richards. 
Chester S. Keefer.. 



CMR Divisions 



E. Cowles Andrus 

John S. Lockwood 

Detlev W. Bronk 

Joseph T. Wearn 

Milton C. Winternitz. 
George A. Garden 



Chief, Division of Medicine 

Cliicf, Division of Surgery — 

Chief, Division of Aviation Medicine- 
Chief, Division of Physiology 

Chief, Division of Chemistry 

Chief, Division of Malaria... 



2 Serves without compensation. 

2< Per diem when actually employed. 

25 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



Ohio... 



111. 



N. Y. 



Conn... 



N. H. 

Mass. 
N. Y. 
N. J.. 



Mass., 
Conn. 



Head Administrative Officer 

Senior Liaison Officer 

Technical Aide 



Executive Secretary 

Advisor on Patent Matters 

General Counsel 

Personnel Officer. . _ 

Executive Assistant 

Budget and Finance Officer 

Chief, Priorities and Property Control 



Chairman 

Medical Administrative Officer. 



Mass. 



N. Y. 
Ohio. 



Tex... 
D. C, 
D. C. 
Pa... 

N. Y. 
Tenn. 
Mass. 



Pa... 

Mass. 



Md... 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Ohio.. 
Conn. 
N. Y., 



14th... 



7th.... 



11th. 



31 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Cora- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Scientific Research 
and Development — Cun. 










National Defense 
Kesearch Committee 










Office of the Chairman 














Mass.... 




(2) 






C) 




Deputy Executive OflBcer - -.. 


N. Y -.- 




(.-) 


Carvl P II ask ins 


do . 


N. Y ... 




(2) 


Col 'William S Bowen 


StaffAide . . . -- 


Nebr...- 




(10) 




do 


Va . . 




$8, 000 


John H Teeter 


do . .. 


N.J 




8,000 


Kenneth H Condit 


Special Assistant to Chairman . .. 


N.J 




24 22. 22 


Offices of NDRC Members 










Richard C Tolman 


Member 


Calif 




(-) 




do 


111 .... 




(2) 




do - 


N. Y..-- 




(2) 




do 


Mass 




(2) 


Conway P. Coe 


do - - 


Md 




(28) 


Engineering and Transition 
Office 










Paul A. Scherer 


Chief . 


Calif-... 




8,000 


Applied Mathematics Panel 












do - 


N. Y..-. 




(2) 


Applied Psychology Panel 










Walter S. Hunter 


do 


R.I .. . 




8,000 


NDPC Divisions 












Chief, Division 1 


Md 




(•) 


E. Bright Wilson, Jr 


Chief, Division 2 

Chief, Division 3 

Chief, Division 4 

Chief, Division 5 


Mass . 




8,000 


Frederick L. Hovde 


N. Y.... 




8,250 


Alexander Ellett 


Iowa 




8,000 


Hugh H. Spencer 


Mass 




8,000 


John T. Tate 


Chief, Division 6 

Chief, Division 7 

Chief, Division 8 

Chief, Division 9 

Chief, Division 10 

Chief, Division 11 

Chief, Division 12 

Chief, Division 13 

Chief, Division 14 

Chief, Division 15 

Chief, Divisions 16 and 17 

Chief, Division 18-... 

Chief, Division 19 ... . - 


Minn... 




(2) 


Harold Hazen 


Mass 




(2) 


Ralph A. Connor 


Pa 




8,000 


Walter R. Kirner . . 


Pa 




8,000 


W. Albert Noyes, Jr 


N. Y...- 




8,000 


Harris M. Chadwell 


Mass 




(27) 


Hartley Rowe 


Mass 




(2) 


Haraden Pratt 


N. Y.... 




(2) 


Alfred L. Loomis 


N. Y 




(2) 


Chauncey G. Suits 


N. Y.... 




(2) 


George R. Harrison. . 


Mass 




(2) 


Clyde Williams 


Ohio 




(2) 


Harris M. Chadwell 


Mass 




8,000 


Office of War Information 










Office of the Director 










Elmer Davis . . 


Director 

Associate Director 

Assistant to Director and Associate Director.. 

General Counsel 

Acting Security Officer 


N.Y.-.- 
N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. J.... 


19th... 
17th... 
37th..- 
19th-.. 
9th..-- 


12,000 


Edward Klauber 


1 


Julian L. Woodward 


6,500 


Thomas E. Bracken 


6,500 


Lt. Col. Eugene M. Winters. 


(10) 



3 Serves without compensation. 

'0 See Army pay tables in appendi.x of Official Register. 

'* Per diem when actually employed. 

28 Salary received as Commitsioner, Patent Office. 

2' Salary received as Chief, Division 19. 



32 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Office of War Information^ 

Continued 



Management Branch 



Charles M. Hulten... 

Nathaniel Looker 

Ralph B. Thompson^ 
Parker May 



Donald R. Harvey 

Domestic Branch 
Office of the Director 



Neil T. Dalton. 

John Herrick 

Noble Catheart 

David M. Frederick 

Philleo Nash 

Harold R. Stone 

Maurice F. Hanson 

Arthur Sweetser 

George H. Lyon 

Capt. William W. Drake- 
James R. Brackett 



Book and Magazine Bureau 



Oscar Schisgall 

Genevieve Forbes Herrick... 



Foreign News Bureau 



Matthew Gordon 

Emanuel R. Freedman. 



Oraphics Bureau 



Jacques DunLany. 
A.lbert L. Ramsay. 



^lotion Picture Bureau 



Taylor M. Mills... 
Chapell R. Reagan. 



News Bureau 



Dowsley Clark 

Herbert C. Plummer. 



Radio Bureau 



George P. Ludlam... 

Harold Rosenberg 

Lavinia S. Schwartz. 
Thomas C. Jackson.. 



Special Services 
Katherine C. Blackburn. 
Overseas Branch 
Office of the Director 



Edward W. Barrett. .. 
Thurman L. Barnard. 

Leonard W. Doob 

William C. Bourne 

David G. Wilson 

Gilbert Hoag 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant Director for Management 

Executive Officer 

Director, Management Planning 

Director, Budget, Fiscal and Operating Serv 

ices. 
Director of Personnel 



Director, Domestic Operations 

Executive Director, Domestic Operations. 
Assistant Director, Domestic Operations.. 

Director of War Programs 

Special Assistant 

Deputy Director 

do 

....do 

do 

...do 

do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 



Chief 

Associate Chief- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 



Chief --- 

Deputy Chief, New York, N. Y. 

Deputy Chief, Chicago, 111 

Deputy Chief, Hollywood, Calif- 



Chief- 



Director 

Executive D irector 

Policy Coord inator 

Chief, Information Liaison 

Assistant to the Director. 

Assistant to the Executive Director. 



Legal residence 



State 



Oreg- 
Ohio. 
111.... 
Tex._ 



Nebr. 



Ky.... 

Ill 

N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Wis... 
Wash. 

Ill 

Mich.. 
N. Y.. 
Calif.. 
D. C. 



N. Y_ 

111...- 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 



N. Y .--- 

Va 


25th-.. 
8th --- 


D. C-.-. 
Tex 


"ioth-"" 


111 

Va 


10th--- 
8th.-.. 


Vt 

N. Y_... 

Ill 

Calif... - 


At L-. 
17th--. 
2d .... 
13th.-- 


D. C... 





N. Y- 

N. Y.- 
Conn. 
Va.._. 
Oreg.- 
Ohio-. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



4th-- 
12th- 
10th- 
17th. 

1st-- 



3d--- 
10th- 
18th- 
14th- 
7th- 
2d--. 
10th- 
14th. 
2d... 
21st- 



1st-. 
10th. 



17th. 
16th- 



17th 
25th 
3d.. 
3d._ 
3d-. 
!7th 



28 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Ollicial Register. 



33 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Contiuued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of War Inrormation- 

Continucd 

Overseas Branch— Con. 
Deputy Directors 



Wallace Carroll 

H. Harvard Arnason- 

Frank Bear 

Ferdinand Kuhn, Jr_ 
William C. White- -^- 

George E. Taylor 

John K. Fairhank 

n. Preston Peters 



'Overseas Intelligence 
Victor M. nimt-_ 

Communications Control 

Maj. Robert B. Fentress .. 

Communication Facilities 



James O. Weldon. 
John R. Sheehan- 
Lincoln Miller 



Deputy Director, Area I 

Assistant Deputy Director, Area I 

Outpost Manager, Area I, New York, N. Y__ 

Deputy Director, Area II 

Outpost Manager, Area II, >Jew York, N. Y_ 

Deputy Director, Area III 

Assistant Deputy Director, Area III 

Outpost Manager, Area III, New York, N. Y 



Acting Chief. 



Chief- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief, New York, N. Y 

Assistant Chief, San Francisco, Calif. 



Neics and Features 



Adrian Berwick. 
Thomas Malley. 
Leo J. Pinkus... 



Chief, New York, N. Y 

Assistant Chief, New York, N. Y. 
Chief, Washington Division 



Outpost Service Bureau 



Arthur A. May 

George McKibbin. 



Chief, New York, N. Y 

Deputy Chief, New York, N. Y. 



Overseas Motion Pictures 
Louis Lober 

Overseas Publications 

Harold K. Guinzburg 

Radio Program Bureau 

Lawrence G. Blochman ... 
Arthur Myers 



Acting Chief, New York, N. Y. 



.do. 



Chief, New York, N. Y 

Assistant Chief, New York, N. Y. 



New York Regional Office 



Louis G. Cowan 

Joseph Marx 

John W. Jago 

Fred S. Childs 

Edwin A. Early 

Thomas P. Carroll. 



Chief 

Chief, Office of Control.. 

Regional Executive Offlcer 

Deputy Regional Executive Offlcer. 

Chief, Manageoient Planning 

Director of Personnel . 



San Francisco Regional 
Office 



Claude A. Buss 

Kenneth D. Fry 

Charles Siepmann 

Sanuu'l Kickard 

Raymond M. Lewis 

William S. Cunningham. 
Earl I. Cloud 



Director, Pacific Operations 

Assistant Director for Operations. 

Assistant Director for Policy 

Chief, Program Bureau 

Acting Chief, Operations.. 

Chief, Los Angeles Bureau. . 

Regional Executive Officer 



N. Y.. 
Va.-.. 

N. Y.. 
Md... 
N. Y.. 
Wash. 
Mass., 
Conn. 



Calif. 



Va. 



Tex.. 
N. Y. 
Calif. 



N. Y 

N. Y. 
D. C. 



Mich. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 



Ill 

N. Y., 
Calif.. 
N. J.. 
N. Y., 
Conn. 



Calif.. 

Ill 

Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif-. 
Calif.. 



14th. 
8th-. 
2d... 
6th.. 
16th. 
6th _. 
11th. 
4th.. 



8th. 



8th.. 



21st. 
15th_ 
4th.. 



15th. 
8th.. 



17th. 
nth. 



17th. 



17th_ 



17th. 
17th. 



3d... 
14th. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 



16th. 
11th. 
4th.. 
7th.. 
4th.. 
13th. 
8th.. 



$8, 2,50 
6,500 
6,500 
8,250 
6, 500 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 



6,500 

(,0) 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 



8,000 
5,600 



6,500 

(2) 



8,000 
6,500 



8,000 
5, 600 
8.000 
6,500 
5,600 
6,400 



8,000 
8,000 
8, 000 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 
6, 500 



2 Series without compensation. 

1" See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register, 



34 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


President's Committee on 
Fair Employment Practice 










Office of the Chairman 










Malcolm Ross 


Chairman 

Deputy Chairman 


Va 

Calif . 


8th.... 
3d-. 


$8,000 
8,000 


George M. Johnson . 


Field Operations 










Will Maslow ..., 

Clarence M. Mitchell 

Eugene L._C. Davidson 


Director, Field Operations 

Associate Director, Field Operations 

Assistant Director, Field Operations... 


N. Y..._ 
Minn... 
D.C._.- 


5th_... 
4th. .__ 


6,500 
5,600 
5,600 


Review and Analysis 










John A. Davis 


Director, Review and Analysis 


Pa 


4th.... 


s:6oo 


Administrative 










Theodore A. Jones 

Sinclair V. Jeter 


Executive Officer 

Assistant Administrative Officer .. 


lU 

N. Y...- 


1st 

22d.... 


6,500 
3,200 


Smaller War Plants 
Corporation 






Office of the Board 










Maury Maverick 


Chairman and General Manager 

Director 


Tex 

Ky 

Calif.... 

Ill 

Tex 

N. Y.... 
Ill 

Iowa 

N. Y.... 
Mont... 
D. C 


20th... 
6th.... 
7th.... 
23d-... 
20th... 
17th.. _ 
16th... 

2d 

42d.... 
2d....- 


10, 000 


J. T. Howington 


8,250 


Patrick W. McDonough 


....do. 


8,000 


Laurence P. Arnold 


do... -. . 


8,000 


Malcolm Bardwell. ... 


Assistant General Manager 

Secretary of the Corporation 

Assistant to the Chairman in Charge of Field 

Operations. 
Clerk of the Board 


8,000 


Jesse Robison ._ 

W. C. Wright 

Marion T. Woodruff ... 


8,000 
8,000 

5,600 


Charles C. Fichtner 

C. W. Fowler 


Consultant 

.... do 


WAE 
8,000 


Luther Gulick 


do. 


WAE 


Arnold B. W acker 


do.. 


Tex 

N. Y.... 


20th... 
43d.... 


5,600 


B. H. White... . 


do 


1 


Office of General Counsel 






David PodelP'- 


General Counsel 

Assistant to General Counsel 


N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
D. C .- 


17th. ._ 
9th.... 


1 


Joseph W. Kaufman 


5,600 


Thurman Wright 


.... do..-. 


.S, 000 


Office of Administrative 
Finance and Management 










W. Darlington Denit 


Director 


Va 

N. J . . 


8th.... 
13th .. 


8,000 


Ralph E. Shaughnessy 


Assistant Director 


5,600 


Organization Management 
Division 










Blake O'Connor 


Chief 


D. C... 




5,600 


Fiscal Operations Division 










George C. Hoffman 


do 


ni 


2d....- 


5,600 


Budget Division 










William B. Roeca 


Budget Officer 


D. C... 




5, 600 


Personnel Division 










Donald C. Wilson 


Personnel fflcer 


Kans 


4th..._ 


5, 600 


BtLsiness Services Division 






David L. Knox 


Chief.. 


111 


20th... 


3,800 



28 Detailed from the Department of Justice. 



35 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Smaller War Plants 
Corporation — Con. 

OFncE OF Reconversion 

Bernard L. Lamb 

Agency Contact Division 

Philip E. Nelson 

Contract Settlement Division 

Paul Alyea 

Labor Policy Division 

Rudolph N. Marginot 

Veterans Coordination Staff 

Ben Lawless 

Operations Bureau 



M. Rea Paul.... 
J. K. Weddell... 
L. C. Reynolds. 



Procurement Division 

E. F. Kinnaird. 

Contract Divimn 

Carroll W. Dunning. 

Maritime Division 

WiUiam E. Flanagan 

Engineering Division 

Carroll W. Dumiing 

Technical Advisory Service 

Orville T. Colby 

Office of Information 



Paul W. Jordan 

Jim F. W. Hoplsins. 
Francis J. Nowak... 



Loan Bureau 



Frank Prince 

C. L. Clark 

Stephen M. GaNun. 
W. T. Beaumont 



Office of Comptroller 



Robert F. Nachtrieb. 
Isaac F. Warren 



Accounts Division 
Frank I. Harris 



Audit and Disbursement 
Division 



Chief. 



Director. 



.do. 



.do. 



Acting Chief. 



Chief- 

Deputy Chief 

Executive Assistant to the Chief- 



Acting Director. 



Director. 



.do. 



Acting Director. 



Chief. 



Director 

Deputy. Director 

Public Relations OflBcer. 



Chief 

Chief, Examining Di vision. ._ 

Chief, Loan Management Division. 
Chief, Control Staff 



Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller. 



Acting Chief, 



Fred A. Lohmeyer Chief. 

12 No additional compensation. 
654092—45 4 



N. J.... 



Wis. 



Ala. 



Mass 



lU. 



D. C... 

Mass 

Va 



Ky. 



Calif. 



Tex. 



Calif. 



Va. 



Nebr.. 

Ill 

Wis... 



Md... 
D. C. 
Pa._.. 

Mont- 



Ohio. 
Del.. 



Md. 



7th. 



10th... 



6th.... 



10th 



10th... 



2d.. 
.Sth. 



6th.... 



15th... 



18th... 



15th... 



8th.... 



1st.. 
lOth. 
4th_. 



4th-... 



Sth. 
1st. 



9th__. 
At L. 



6th... 



D. C... 



$8,000 



6,500 



6,600 



6,500 



6,500 



8,000 
8.000 
6,500 



6,500 



8,000 



8,000 



(12) 



5,600 



6,750 
5,600 
5,600 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 



6,500 
5,600 



4,600 



4,600 



36 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



Smaller War Plants 
Corporation — Con. 

Office of Reports 

John M. Blair 

Statistics Dirision 



T. B. Rhodes 

Economics Division 

(Vacancy) 

Reports Division 
(Vacancy) 

Regioxal Directors 



Richard C. Coolce 

Henry M. Polhemus 

Joseph G. Dellert 

Frank G. Etlieridge 

Daniel B. Ford 

George E. Hale (Acting 

Regional Director). 

Roy W. Webb 

Morton R. Harrison 

Frank M. Knight 

(Vacancy) 

Milton A. Holmes 

Orlando M. Kent 

Howard H. MacGowan 

(Acting Regional Director) . 
Robert S. Breyer 



War Manpower Commission 



Paul V. McNutt.. 
Marjorie R. Nash. 



Members 

Arthur J. Altmeyer. 

Ralph A. Bard 

Robert L. Glenn 



John B. Blandford, Jr. 
.\rthur S. Flemming.. 



J. A. Krug 

Robert P. Patterson.. 

Frances Perkins 

Brig. Gen. Philip O. Bruton. 
Vice Admiral Howard L. 
Vickery. 

Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey 

Management-Labor Policy 
Committee 

Arthur S. Flemming Presiding Chairman 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Acting Director. 



Chief. 



.do. 



.do. 



Region 1, Boston, Mass 

Region 2, New York, N. Y. 
Region 3, Philadelphia, Pa., 

Region 4, Atlanta, Ga 

Region 5, Cleveland, Ohio.. 
Region 6, Chicago, 111 



Region 7, Kansas City, Mo 

Region 8, Dallas, Tex 

Region 9, Denver, Colo 

Region 10, San Francisco, Calif. 

Region 11, Detroit, Mich 

Region 12, Mimieapolis, Minn.. 
Region 13, Seattle, Wash 



Region 14, Los Angeles, Calif- 



Legal residence 



State 



Miss... 



Mass- 
N. Y. 
Pa... 
Ga.. 
Ohio. 
lU.... 



Mo... 
Okla.. 
Colo.. 



Chairman 

Executive Secretary. 



Chairman, Social Security Board 

Assistant Secretary of the Navy 

Director, Division of Transport Personnel, 
Office of Defense Transportation. 

Administrator, National Housing Agency 

Commissioner, U. S. Civil Service Commis- 
sion. 

Chairman, War Production Board 

Under Secretary of War 

Secretary of Labor 

Director of Labor, War Food Administration. 
Vice Chairman, U. S. Maritime Commission; 
Deputy Administrator, War Shipping Ad- 
ministration. 
Director, Selective Service System 



Marjorie R. Nash. 
Darren D. Smith.. 
Ford T. Shepherd. 



Executive Secretary 

Labor Representative 

Management Representative. 



Mich.. 
Minn.. 
Wash.. 

Calif... 



Ind. 

Va.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



6th... 



6th. 



10th. 
15th. 
6th.. 
5th.. 
22d. 
10th- 

5th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



2d... 
5th.. 

1st.. 

15th- 



12th. 

7th.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$5,600 



6,7,50 



Va 

111 

Fla 


8th.... 
10th-.- 
5th.... 


Va 

D.C.... 


8th-... 


Tenn.... 

N. Y.... 
N. Y ... 


2d 

26th... 


Calif.... 
Ohio.... 


3d 

21st.. 


Ind 


4th.... 


D. C .. 




Va 

D. C 


7lh.... 


Ohio 


18th... 



8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 

8,250 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
6, .500 
6,500 

8,000 



(29) 

30 4,600 



(2) 

(2) 

(?) 

(2) 
(=) 

(=i) 
(2) 
(2) 

(10) 
(25) 



(10) 



(?) 

(30) 

6,500 
6,500 



2 Serves without compensal ion. 

'" See Army pay tables in appendix of OfTicial Register. 
2= See Navy pay tables in ap[)cndix of Official Register. 
2» Salary received as Federal Security Administrator. 

s" Receives compensation of $1,600 per annum for performance of duties of Executive Secretary, War 
Manpower Commission and Management-Labor Policy Committee. 



37 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Coutinued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Continued 










Management Labor Policy 
Committee— Continued 










Members — Man age me n t 










R. Conrad Cooper 


Assistant Vice President, U. S. Steel Corpora- 
tion of Delaware, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Chaii-man of the Board, National Association 
of Manufacturers, Cleveland, Ohio. 

President, U. S. Chamber of Commerce, 
Washington, D. C. 






(2) 


Frederick C. Crawford 






(2) 


Eric A. Johnston 






m 








Members — Labor 










H. W. Fraser 


President, Order of Railway Conductors of 
America, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

President, American Federation of Labor, 
Washington, D. C. 

President, Congress of Industrial Organiza- 
tions, Washington, D. C. 






0) 
(2) 


William Green 






Philip Murray .. 






(2) 










Members — Agriculture 










Albert S. Goss- 


Master, National Grange, Washington, D. C___ 






(2) 


Edward A. O'Neal 


President, American Farm Bureau Federa- 
tion. Chicago, 111. 

President, National Farmers Union, Denver, 
Colo. 






(-) 


James G. Patton^. 






(2) 










Women's Advisory 
Committee 










Margaret Hickey 




Mo 


13th 


(-) 


Review Committee on 
Draft Deferment of 
Government Employees 














N. Mex. 
N. H— . 


AtL-- 
•2d 


$8,250 


Harley H. Chamberlain 


Assistant to Chairman 


5,600 


Office of the Chairman 










Francis L. McNamee 




Pa 


2d 


8,000 


Bruce D. Smith .___._. 


Special Assistant to the Chairman - - . 


1 


Bryant G. Patton 

Clinton S. Golden 

Brig. Gen. Wm. C. Rose 


Assistant to the Chairman 

Vice Chairman — 

Vice Chairman and Chief, E.xecutive Services- . 


Fla 

Pa 


9th'.'-.'- 


4,600 
(S) 


Fred J. Graham 

John W. Childress 


Deputy Vice Chairman 


Mass 

Tenn 


6th.... 
6th 


6,500 
7,500 


Office of Executive 
Director 








Robert C. Goodwin 

J. Donald Kingsley 

CoUis Stocking 

Helen V. Seymour 


Executive Director 

Deputy Executive Director 

Assistant Executive Director for Program 

Development. 
Assistant to the Deputy Executive Director 


Ohio---. 

Ohio 

N. Y...- 

111 


22d... 
7th-... 
Hth... 


8,500 
8, 000 
8,250 

5,600 


Office of the Assistant 
Executive Director for 
Field Service 










Leo R. Werts 


Assistant Executive Director for Field Service. 

Employment Specialist.. . 

Field Representative . 

do .:.: 

-—do—. .- 

do 


111 

D. C. 


2d 


8,250 
6,750 


May Thompson Evans 


Richard M. Lvman 

Chester W. Hepler 

Wade Hammond 

Lyle S. Garlock-- 


Oreg 

111 

Ohio 

Minn. -. 


3d 

7th.... 
12th... 
7th.... 


6,500 
6,500 
6,750 
6, 500 



2 Serves without compensation. 

1" See Army pay tables in appendix of Offlcial Register. 



38 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion — Continued 

Office of the Assistant 
Executive Director for 
Field Service— Con. 



Roy A. Ellis 

Helen H. Ringe... 
Sanford B. Leach. 
Chester A. Smith. 
Paul B. Smith 



Office of the Assistant 
Executive Director foe 
Business Management 

William J. Rogers 



Waldemar Thorson. . . 

M. Keller Madden 

Herbert R. Pasewalk. 
Harold Dotterer 



Personnel Service 



Robert M. Barnett. 
Hiram S. Phillips.. 



Legal Service 



Bernice Lotwin 

Reginald G. Conley. 



RepoTts and Analysis Service 



Collis Stocking 

Eugene D. Vinogradofl. 



Information Service 



Edward T. Ingle. 
Sophie C. Nack.. 



Bureau of Training 



Philip S. Van Wyck.. 

Raymond S. Ward 

John T. Tessari 

James B. Truxell 

Channing R. Dooley.. 

J. Walter Dietz 

Glenn D. McNeilly... 
William F. Patterson. 
Ansel R. Cleary 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Regional Representative, 
-...do.... 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Assistant Executive Director for Business 
Management. 

Chief, Budget and Finance Service 

Chief, Finance Division 

Chief, Budget Division. 

Chief, Administrative Service. 

Director of Personnel 

Assistant Director 

Acting General Counsel.. 

Assistant General Counsel 



Acting Chief, Reports and Analysis Service. 
Chief, Analysis Division 



Chief, Information Service. 
Associate Director 



Bureau of Manpower Ufili- 
zation 

Eugene O. Bewkes 

George V. R. Mulligan 

Carl A. Heinz 

Julian W. flaer 



Bureau of Placement 



John K. Collins 

Richard D. Fletcher. 

George W. Cross 

Robert L. Thomas.. . 

J. Bradley Haight 

Emanuel R. Lerner.. 



Paul C. Barton, M. D. 



Director, Bureau of Training 

Assistant Director 

Chief, Technical Services Division 

Chief, Management Division.. 

Director, Training Within Industry 

Associate Director, Trnining Within Industry 
Assistant Director, Training AVithin Industry 

Director, Apprentice Training Service.. 

Assistant Director, Apprentice Training Serv- 
ice. 



Director, Bureau of Manpower Utilization 

Chief, Division of Industrial Consultation 

Chief. Occupational .\nalysis Division 

Assistant Chief, Occupational Analysis 
Division. 



Legal residence 



State 



Md... 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 



Director, Bureau of Placement. — 

Assistant Director 

do. 

Chief, Employment Oflfice Service Division... 

Chief, Industrial Allocations Division 

Assistant Chief, Industrial Allocations Di- 
vision. 

Director, Procurement and Assignment Serv- 
ice. 

31 Salary received as Assistant Executive Director for Program Development. 



Tex.. 

Minn. 
Md.. 
Ariz.. 
Pa... 

Md.. 

N. Y. 



Wis. 
Md. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



N. Y. 

Pa... 



Conn. 

N. Y. 



Minn. 
Calif.. 
Mimi. 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
N. J.- 
Wash. 
Wis... 
Ohio.. 



4th.-. 
11th.. 
27th.. 
4th... 



8th... 

7th... 
6th-.. 
At L. 
10th.. 



6th.. 
39th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



N. Y 

Pa... 
Md. 
111... 



Ind .. 




Ill 


7th.... 


Mich 




Va 


8th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Wis 


2d 


111.- 


."d 



9th. 
6th. 



14th. 
30th. 



4th. 
5th- 



3d-. 
4th.. 
3d .- 
28th- 
6th.. 
6th.. 



5th.. 
5th.. 



32d.. 
7th.. 
2d... 
10th. 



39 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Continued 

Office of the Assistant 
Executive Director for 
Business Management — 
Continued. 
Bureau of Placement — Con. 

George A. Works 

William T. Read- 



Benjamin WermieL. 

Benjamin F. Wilson_ .-- 

Veterans Employment Service 
Perry Faulkner 



Oscar D. Hollenbeck 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion— Hegion I 

Arthur C. Gemes 

David G. Nasle 

George W. Forrester 

Bernard L. Gorfinkle 

James H. Sullivan 

Arthur L. Hinchey 

Frederick L. Lash. 

Leonard W. Goulde 

Joseph Fisher 

Joseph W. O'Loughlin 

Lawrence J. Bresnahan 

Georae E. Shrigley 

Richard H. Walker 

Alexander F. Gillespie 

John F. Conley 

Wilfred E. Carter 

Elizabeth O'Reilly 

Slate Manpower Offices 

Harold P. Redden 

William J. Fitzgerald 

Paul E. Jones 

Abby L. Wilder... 

Thomas H. Bride, Jr 

E . Reynold Johnson 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region II 

Anna M. Rosenberg 

Joseph B. O'Connor 

Richard C. Brockway 

Lt. Irving Berezin 

Leo Kogan 

Stephen Mayo 



Lillian L. Poses.. 

Edward Delp 

John M. Marion. 



AbeL. Savage 

Area Directors 

Stephen S. Sheriden... 
Aloysius J. McGinty.- 
Vincent D. Murphy.. 

Joseph D. Canty 

Thomas J . Corcoran . _ 
Russell C. McCarthy. 
Walter J. O 'Neil 



Director, National Roster of Scientific and 
Specialized Personnel. 

Chief, Professional Evaluation and Utilization 
Section, National Roster. 

Chief, Professional Placement Section, Na- 
tional Roster. 

Chief, Minority Group Service ., 



Executive Secretary, Veterans' Placement 
Board and Chief of Veterans' Employment 
Service. 

Assistant Chief 



Boston, Mass. 

Regional Director, Boston. 

Deputy Director, Boston 

Field Supervisor, Boston 

do 

do 

Business Manager, Boston 

Budget and Finance Officer, Boston. 

Personnel Ofiicer, Boston 

Attorney, Boston 

Chief of Manpower Utilization, Boston. . 

Chief of Placement, Boston 

Assistant Chief of Placement, Boston 

Minorities Placement Specialist, Boston. 

Placement Specialist, Boston 

...do 

Chief of Training, Boston 

Information Specialist. Boston 



State Director, Boston, Mass 

State Director, Hartford, Conn.. 
State Director, Augusta, Maine.. 
State Director, Concord, N. H... 
State Director, Providence, R. I. 
State Director, Montpelier, Vt... 



New York. N. Y. 

Regional Director, New York 

Deputy Director, New York 

Chief of Placement, New York 

Chief, Manpower Utilization, New York 

Chief of Field Supervision, New York 

Chief of Business Administration and Tech- 
nical Services, New York. 

Attorney, New York 

Chief of Training, New York 

Regional Supervisor, Apprentice Training 

Service, New York. 
Information Specialist, New York 



New York. 

Albany 

Utica 

Buffalo 

Syracuse.. - 
Rochester. . 
Elmira 



N.J... 
N. J.. 
N. Y.. 
Ind... 



Ohio. 
Ohio- 



Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass- 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mass..- 
Mass-.- 
R. I.... 



Mass... 
Conn.. 
Maine. 
N.H... 
R. L... 
Vt 



N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 

N. Y... 

N. Y-.. 
N. Y.... 

N. Y... 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



7th... 
3d.... 

15th.. 
1st-.. 



14th.-. 



10th.. 
12th.. 
7th... 
9th... 
7th... 
4th... 
13th.. 
7th.- 
10th.. 
7th... 
14th.. 
14th.. 
10th.. 
10th- 
12th.. 
14th.. 
1st... 



2d... 
2d... 
2d.- 
2d..- 
2d... 
AtL 



nth- 
nth. 
2d... 
26th. 
24th. 
24th. 



17th... 
7th.... 
1st.... 

17th... 



23d- 
28th. 
35th. 
40th _ 
35th. 
38th. 
6th.. 



-* $22. 22 
6,500 
5, 000 
6,500 

8,000 

6.500 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,600 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
6, .500 
3,800 



6,500 
6.750 
5,600 
4,600 
6,500 
4,600 



8,000 
8,000 

(32) 
(10) 

6. 500 

(33) 

6,500 
6,500 
4,600 



6,500 
6,500 
5.600 
6. 500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



'" See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
2<Per diem when actually employed. 

32 Salary received as Director of Employment, U. S. E. S. New York. 

33 Salary received as Deputy Director of Employment, U. S. E. S. New York. 



40 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion— Continued 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region III 



Paul C. Lewis 

Carl B. Harr 

Philip T. Lawlor 

Harry R. Brown 

Claude O. Lanciano.. 

Cecil Schwartz 

Russell J. Eldridge.. 
Wesley T. Englehora. 
Wilbur C. Plummer . 

WeastellT. Doe .. 

Maurice S. Ritter.. .. 

EarlT. Klein 

Glenn H. Feller 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State Manpower Offlcm 



Floran J. Boland 

Thomas F. Costello. 
Benjamin Ableman. 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region IV 



Henry E. Treide _-. 

Arthur L. Schoenthal 

Donald W. McKone 

Stephen R. MacRae 

Guy D. McKinney 

George D. Penniman, Jr_ 

Myer Freyman 

Wirt A. Gill 

Glenn S. Callaghan 

John B. Roe 



State Manpower Offices 



Lawrence B. Fenneman. 

Joseph S. Dorton 

Frank A. Cavedo 

Andrew Edmiston 

Ernest V. Connolly 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region V 



Edward L. Keenan 

James K. Johnson 

John L. Thurston 

Fred J. Bollmeyer 

Milton R. Landy 

Richard L. Shaw 

Guy A. Whitcomb 

F. Robert Meier 

William H. VanDervort. 
John E. Morley 



State Manpovter Offices 



William H. Fraysure. 
Edward L. Cushman. 
John L. Craig 



War Manpower Com- 
mission—Region VI 



William H. Spencer. 

Eugene J. Brock 

Rose A. Nathenson.. 
Harold C. Buchanan. 

Charles C. Rand 

Leon Werch.. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Regional Director, Philadelphia -. 

Deputy Director, Philadelphia 

Assistant Director, Philadelphia 

Chief of Labor Relations, Philadelphia 

Attorney. Philadelphia 

Business M anager, Philadelphia 

Chief of Placement, Philadelphia.. 

Field Supervisor, Philadelphia 

Labor Economist, Philadelphia. ..- 

Chief of Training, Philadelphia 

Chief of Information, Philadelphia 

Chief of Manpower Utilization, Philadelphia 
Supervisor, Apprentice Training Service. 
Philadelphia. 



State 



Chicago, III. 



Regional Director, Chicago... 

Deputy Director, Chicago _ 

Field Supervisor, Chicago. 

....do 

Acting Chief of Placement. Chicago 

Assistant Chief of Place jncnt, Chicago. 



Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
PQ- 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



State Director, Harrisburg, Pa. 
State Director, Trenton, N. J.. 
State Director, Wilmington. Del 



R egional Director 

Deputy Director 

Business Manager 

Field Supervisor 

Principal Information Specialist 

Chief, Manpower Utilization Division 

Chief, Placement Division 

Chief, Program and Analysis Division 

Chief, Training Division 

Acting District Representative, Training 
Within Industry, Hendersonville, N. C. 



State Director, Baltimore, Md 

State Director, Raleigh. N. C 

State Director, Richmond, Va 

State Director, Charleston, W. Va 
Area Director, Washington, D. C. 



Cleveland, Ohio 

Regional Director, Cleveland 

Deputy Director, Cleveland 

Assistant Director, Cleveland 

Information Specialist, Cleveland 

Attorney, Cleveland 

Chief of Placement, Cleveland 

Chief of Manjiower Utilization. Cleveland 

Personnel Officer. Cleveland 

Chief, Business Management, Cleveland 

Regional Supervisor, Apprentice Training 
Cleveland. 



State Director, Louisville, Ky... 

State Director, Detroit, Mich 

State Director, Columbus, Ohio. 



Pa.. 

N.J. 
Del. 



Md.... 
D. C... 
Ohio... 
N. C... 
D. C... 
Md.... 
Ky....- 
N. Y... 
W. Va. 
N. C... 



Md.. 
N. C 
Va.. 
W. V 
Pa.. 



Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 



Ky... 

Mich. 
Ohio. 



2d ... 
7th.__. 
8th... 
6th_.. 
1st... 
7th.. _ 
4th... 
17th.. 
2d.... 
8th_._ 
2d.... 
7th. __ 
19th.. 



11th.. 
3d ... 
At L. 



2d. 



Ifith. 
7th. _ 



2d... 
6th.. 
35th. 
6th.. 
12th. 



2d... 
4th.. 
3d.. 
3d . 
31st. 



111. 
HI 
HI 
111 
111 
HI 



12th. 
22d.. 
22d.. 
22d.. 
22d.. 
22d.- 
22d._ 
22d.. 
22d.. 
19th. 



3d... 

16th. 
12th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8, 000 
6,500 
6. 500 
5,000 
4,600 
5.600 
7,250 
6,400 
5, 600 
5, 600 
4,600 
4, 000 
4,800 



6,500 
6.500 
4,600 



8,000 
6, 500 
5,600 
5,800 
6.000 
6, 500 
6,500 
5,600 
6,750 
5,600 



6,500 
6. 500 
6. 500 
5,600 
5,600 



8,000 
8,000 
5, 600 
5, 600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
4.600 
4,600 
4.800 



5,600 
8.000 
8,000 



2d 


8,000 


10th... 


8,000 


9th.... 


5,600 


7th.... 


5, 600 


10th... 


5,600 


10th... 


4,600 



41 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion — Continued. 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region VI— Con. 



H. C. John Russell 

David Cohen 

Raymond D. Johnsos. 

Austin H. Scott 

Herbert Bass 

William Gellman 

Harry S. Belman 

David A. Revzan 



Alice M. Atwood. 
John E. Rush, Jr. 



John P. Mahon 

Leonard P. Lynch. 



William T. Murphy 

State Manpower Offices 



Charles P. Casey — 
John K. Jennings... 
William E. O'Brien. 



War Manpower Com- 
mission—Region VII 



Dillard B. Lasseter... 

Harvey Enloe, Jr 

Wm. F. Gow 

Frank A. Holden 

Robert L. Hinds 

Walton O. Doughtie. 
Lamar L. Murdaugh. 
Tennie S. deJarnett.. 
James E. McDaniel.. 

Wm. B. Klugh 

Willis F. Sloan 

Harvey D. DriscolL . 
A. Frederick Smith.. 

Wm. S. Smith 

Jammie J. Darby 

J. Clark Johnstone... 
J. Bruce Black 



State Manpower Offices 



Ernest L. Marbury. 

Russell A. Rasco 

Thos. A. Quigley — 
James M. Bryant... 
W. Rhett Harley.... 
Rhoton P. Clift 



War Manpower Com- 
mission—Region VIII 



Frank M. Rarig, Jr... 

Roy B. Juwett 

Edmoud V. Worley... 

Hilfrid Johnson 

John L. DiSanto 

Harold L. Rothschild. 
Frederick R. Foote 



Walter L. Hager. 
Clare L. Franks.. 
John D. Sullivan. 
Ralph L. Adkins- 

John F. Barrett.. 



official Title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chicago, III. 



Chief of Information, Chicago 

Attorney, Chicago 

Chief of Manpower Utilization, Chicago- 
Utilization Consultant, Chicago 

-do. 



Occupational Analyst, Chicago 

Chief of Training, Chicago _ _ _ _ . 

Chief, Program Requirements Division, 
Chicago. 

Assistant Chief, Program Requirements Divi- 
sion, Chicago. 

Chief of Business Management and Personnel 
OfBcer, Chicago. 

Fiscal Officer, Chicago 

District Representative, Training Within in- 
dustry, Chicago. 

District Representative, Training Within 
Industry, Indianapolis, Ind. 



State Director, Chicago, 111 

State Director, Indianapolis, Ind. 
State Director, Madison, Wis.,... 



Atlanta, Go. 



Regional Director, Atlanta. 

Deputy Director, Atlanta 

Principal Field Supervisor, Atlanta 

Field Supervisor, .\tlanta 

Administrative Officer, Atlanta 

Budget and Finance Officer, Atlanta.. 

Attorney, Atlanta. 

Chief of Information, Atlanta 

Chief of Training, Atlanta 

Chief of Placement, Atlanta 

Assistant Chief of Placement, Atlanta- 
Placement Specialist, Atlanta 

Labor Economist, Atlanta 

Utilization Consultant, Atlanta 

Occupational Analyst, Atlanta 

Utilization Consultant, Atlanta. 
do 



State Director, Montgomery, Ala. 
State Director, Jacksonville, Fla... 

State Director, Atlanta, Ga 

State Director, Jackson, Miss 

State Director, Columbia, S. C 

State Director, Nashville, Tenn... 



Minneapolis, Minn. 

Regional Director, Minneapolis 

Field Assistant, Minneapolis 

do 

do .""^i;;"--i;! 

Chief of Placement, Minneapolis 

Chief of Manpower Utilization, Minneapolis... 

Chief, Reports and Analysis Service, Minne- 
apolis. 

Business Manager, Minneapolis- 

Chief of Information, Minneapolis 

Attorney, Minneapolis 

Regional Representative, Training Within 
Industry, Minneapolis. 

Regional Supervisor, Apprentice-Training 
Service, Minneapolis. 



Legal residence 



State 



111- 
IIL. 
111-. 
111-. 
Ill- 
111.. 
Wis 
111.. 

111.. 

IlL- 

UL- 
IlL- 

Ind. 

Ill 

Ind. 
Wis. 



Ga_.. 
Ala.. 
Ala.. 
Ga... 
Miss. 
Ga... 
Ga-.. 
Ga-.. 
Ga... 
S. C-. 
Ga... 
Fla.. 
Fla... 
Ga... 
Miss. 
Ga... 
Ga... 

Ala.. 
Fla... 
Ga... 

Miss. 
S. C- 
Tenn 



Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
S. Dak. 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 

Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 

Minn.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



9th.. 
2d--- 
11th- 
2d-.. 
10th. 
2d... 
4th.. 
2d... 

11th- 

10th. 

3d-- 
2d... 



11th- 



10th. 
8th-- 
2d--. 



5th 
9th 
9th 
5th 
7th 
5th 
8th 
5th 
5th 
3d. 
5th 
2d. 
3d. 
5th 
7th 
5th 
5th 



2d.. 
4th. 
5th. 
7th. 
1st. 
3d.. 



4th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
5th _. 

5th.. 
3d... 
4th.. 
3d... 



4th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$5, 600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 

4,600 

5,600 

4,600 
5,600 

5,600 



7.500 
6,500 
6,500 



8,250 
6,500 
5,600 
5.600 
5,600 
4,800 
5,600 
5,600 
6,750 
6,500 
4,600 
4, 600 
5, 600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,400 
4, 600 



6,750 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 



8, 000 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 

5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,600 

4,800 



42 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Continued 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region VIII— Con. 

State Manpower Offices 



George D. Haskell. _. 

Dreng Bjornaraa 

Jean R. Kinder 

Don Larin 

Eugene F. Jorgenson. 



War Manpower Com- 
mission—Region Ix 



Ed McDonald 

Howard C. Dunn . 

Elmer J. Giblin 

W. Floyd Sharp 

Charles L. Wilson 

William T. Bailey 

Meedv G. Jarrel. _. 

T. Hiilard Cox _-. 

Rudolph R. Greenbaum. 

Harry S. Jacks 

Harold A. Lockhart 

Clarence L. Wetzel 



State Manpower Offices 



Denton O. Rushing. _ 
Edward W. Franzke. 
Frank M. Bristow... 
Davis O. Vandivier.. 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region X 

James H. Bond 

Henry LeBlanc 

Al C. Martin 

Everett R. Speer 

Wra. D. Gallier _. 

Charles P. Little, Jr 

Arch D. Grainger 

Wm. L. Crawford 

Harold J. Stafford. 

Calvin N. Speedy 

Ed H. Durning 

Travis J. Lewis 

Royall M. Strode 

Vic M. Thompson 

State Manpower Offices 

Claude E. Belk 

Robert D. Reeves 

Louie E. Ruffln 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region XI 

John E. Gross , 

Gerald A. Foster 

Francis J. Farrell 

Warren C. Withrow 

Lewis B. Moser 

Richard Bennetts.. 

John R. Lawson 

Harry M. Tibbs 

Harold M. Clinite 

Williard M. Hield 

James V. Doucet 

Cliflord B. Noxon 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



State Director, Dcs Moines, Iowa 

State Director, St. Paul, Minn 

State Director, Lincoln. Nebr 

State Director, Bismarck, N. Dak 

Acting State Director, Aberdeen, S. Dak. 



Kansas City, Mo. 



Regional Director, Kansas City _ 

Deputy Director, Kansas City 

Field Supervisor, Kansas City 

do.. 

Chief of Placement, Kansas City 

Assistant Chief of Placement, Kansas City. 
Budget and Finance OfTicer, Kansas City.. 

Labor Economist, Kansas City "... 

Chief, Manpower Utilization, Kansas City.. 

Information Specialist, Kansas City 

Attorney, Kansas City 

Chief of Training, Kansas City 



State Director, Little Rock, Ark 

State Director, Topeka, Kans 

State Director, Jefferson City, Mo 

State Director, Oklahoma City, Okla. 



Dallas, Tex. 

Regional Director, Dallas 

Deputy Director, Dallas 

Chief. Manpower TTfilization, Dallas 

Chief of Placement. Dallas 

Chief of Training, Dallas.. 

Personnel OfTicer, Dallas 

Business Manager, Dallas 

Economist. Dallas 

Attorney, Dpllas 

Information Snecialist, Dallas 

Training Within Industry Representative, 

Dallas, 
Regional Supervisor, Apprentice Training 

Service, Dallas. 

Field Supervisor, Dallas 

Labor Market Analyst, Dallas 



State Director, Austin, Tex 

State Director, Baton Rouge, La 

State Director, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 



Denver, Colo. 

Regional Director, Denver 

Field Supervisor, Denver 

Chief of Information, Denver 

Field Supervisor, Denver 

Business Manaeer, Denver 

.\ssistant Chief of Manpower Utilization 
Denver. 

Placement Specialist, Denver _. 

Chief of Placement, Denver 

Senior Placement Specialist, Denver... 

Field Supervisor, Denver 

Labor Economist, Denver... 

Chief of Training, Denver 



Legal residence 



State 



Iowa 

Minn... 

Nebr 

N. Dak. 
S. Dak.. 



Okla. 
Mo_. 
Mo.. 
Ark.. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Kans. 
Mo.. 
Mo._ 
Mo.. 
Mo__ 
Mo._ 

Ark.. 
Kans. 
Mo.- 
Okla. 



Tex 


10th. 


Tex 


5th.. 


Tex 


5th.. 


Tex 


11th. 


Tex 


5th.. 


Tex 


11th. 


Tex 


10th. 


Tex 


10th. 


Tex 


11th. 


Tex 


10th. 


Tex 


5th.. 


Tex 


12th. 


Tex 


5th.. 


Tex 


5th.. 


Tex 


10th. 


La 


6th.. 


N. Mex. 


At L 



Colo 


1st-... 


Colo.... 


1st... 


Colo.... 


1st 


Colo.... 


1st 


Colo 


1st... 


Colo 


1st.... 


Colo.... 


1st 


Colo.... 


1st 


Colo.... 


1st 


Colo.... 


1st.... 


Colo.... 


1st 


Colo 


2d 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st... 
5th... 
1st... 
At L- 
1st... 



2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
nth. 



6th_. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
6th-. 



43 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Continued 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region XI— Con. 

State Manpower Offices 

Leroy A. West 

Axel T. Tillman 

Orrin C. Lamport 

Joseph S. Mayer 

Roy E. Rooth 

War Manpower Commis- 
sion—Region XII 

Fay W. Hunter 

Glenn E. Brockway 

Anthony O'Brien 

Frank E. Feliz 

Harrison G. Winsor. 

Larrv Marineer 

Orland V. Steele 

Proctor Reed 

William B. McCarter 

CliSord Coile 

Chester Banachowski 

Ben A. Barnard 

Dr. Louis Bloch 

Paul M. Kenefick 

Norman Nowak 

Helen R. Kocher 

State Manpower Offices 

Arthur A. Hedges 

Robert D. Kendall 

William Royle 

Sam Kasel 

Leland C. Stoll 

Hubert H. Harnish 

Albert F. Hardy 

Territory of Hawaii 
Newton R. Holcomb 

War Production Board 

Office of the Chairman 

Julius A. Krug 



members 



Henry L. Stimson 

James V. Forrestal 

Claude R. Wickard 

John W. Snvder 

Lt. Gen. William S. Knud- 
sen. 

Chester Bowles 

Leo T. Crowley 

Harrv L. Hopkins. ._ 

Paul V. McNutt 

Col. J. Monroe Johnson 

Harold L. Ickes _. 

Marvin Jones 

Robert H. Hinckley 



State Director, Denver, Colo 

State Director, Boise, Idaho 

State Director, Helena, Mont 

State Director, Salt Lake City, Utah 
State Director, Casper, Wyo 



Sen Francisco, Calif. 

Regional Director, San Francisco 

Deputy Director, San Francisco 

Attorney, San Francisco__. 

Chief of Information, San Francisco 

Field Representative, Seattle, Washington... 

Field Supervisor, San Francisco 

Business Manager, San Francisco 

Budget and Finance Officer, San Francisco. 
Chief of Manpower Utilization, San Fran 
Cisco. 

Utilization Consultant, San Francisco 

Senior Occupational Analyst, San Francisco. 

Chief of Training, San Francisco 

Labor Economist, San Francisco 

Chief of Placement, San Francisco 

Assistant Chief of Placement, San Francisco. 
Placement Specialist, San Francisco 

Territorial Director, Juneau, Alaska 

State Director, Phoenix, Ariz.. 

State Director, Reno, Nev 

State Director, San Francisco, Calif 

State Director, Portland, Oreg 

State Director, Los Angeles, Calif 

State Director, Seattle, Wash 

Acting Director, Honolulu, Hawaii 



Chairman - 



Secretary of War 

Secretary of the Navy 

Secretary of Agriculture 

Federal Loan Administrator _ . . 

Director of Production, War Department. 



Administrator, OfBce of Price Administration. 

Foreign Economic Administrator 

Special Assistant to President 

Chairman, War Manpower Commission 

Director, Office of Defense Transportation 

Petroleum Administrator for War. 

War Food Administrator 

Director of Contract Settlement 



Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Mont.. 
Utah... 
Wyo... 



Cahf.. 
Caht.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Wash . 
Calif.. 
W^ash . 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 

Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Cahf.. 
Cahf.. 
Calif.. 
Cahf.. 
Calif.. 



Alaska. 

Ariz 

Nev 

Calif... 
Oreg... 
Calif... 
Wash.. 



Mont. 



Tenn.... 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Ind.. 
Mo... 
Mich. 



Conn. 
Wis... 
D. C. 
Ind... 
S. C 

111 

Tex... 
Utah.. 



1st... 
2d.... 
Ist... 
2d.... 
AtL. 



4th. 
8th. 
4th. 
4th. 
6th. 
4th. 
3d.. 
4th. 
4th. 



4th.. 
8th _. 
16th. 
4th_. 
21st. 
8th.. 
4th.. 



At L. 
AtL. 
7th... 
1st... 
21st.. 
6th... 



2d. 



1st.. 
26th. 
2d-.- 
12th- 
13th. 

2d... 
2d... 



11th. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
18th. 
1st.. 



$5, 600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,600 
4.600 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
6,400 
5,600 
5,600 
4,600 
6,500 

4,600 
4,600 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 
5,000 
4,600 



3M,600 
4,600 
4,600 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



(35) 



15,000 



m 
m 

m 
(2) 

(') 

(2) 
(2) 
(») 
(») 
(») 



' Serves without compensation. 

34 Plus 25 percent differential for service outside continental United States. 

" Salary received as Director for Hawaii, U. S. E. S. 



44 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Prodnction Board — Con. 

Office of the Chairman— 
Continued 

assistants 

Hiland G. Bateheller 

Capt. John D. Small, U.S.N. 

Charles 11. Ketcham, Jr 

John L. Collier 

Nicholas C. Miller 

OFFICE OF executive 

secretary 

G. Lyle Belsley 

Frank R. Isenhart. 

Robert G. Winckler 

Melvin L. Reese 

John G. Smith, Jr 

J. Joseph Whelan 

James W. Fesler 

Walter H. Foster.. 

Division of Budget Adminis- 
tration 

Francis R. Cawley 

Louis R. Brewer 

Lester A. Granet 

Paul P. Stewart 

William E. Fowler 

Samuel R. Kramer, Jr 

Division of Administrative 
Services 



C. Sterry Long 

Edwin O. Royster. 

J. Roy Allgyer 

Francis N. Fine 

Clarence J. King... 
Edward L. Lacey.. 



Division of Personnel Man- 
agement 



Carlton Hay ward.. . 
Leon L. Wheeless... 
Mary G. Ridgeway. 
Jeimings S. Mather- 
Martha D. Sullivan. 

Claude C. Conn 

Isobel Douglas 

Dr. Thayer Willis... 



Office of Procedures 



Laurence M. Shea. 
Elwood Holstein.., 



Chief of Operations 

Executive Of!icer___ 

Assistant to Chairman 

Special Director of Rubber Programs 
Administrative Officer 



Executive Secretary 

Secretary, Requirements Committee, Pro- 
gram Adjustment Committee (Special As- 
sistant). 

Secretary, Operations Council, Procurement 
Policy Board (Special Assistant). 

Secretary, Production Readjustment Com- 
mittee, Coordinating Area Production Ur- 
gency Committee, Capuc Appeals Com- 
mittee (Administrative Analyst) . 

Secretary, Order Clearance Committee (As- 
sistant to Executive Secretary) . 

Recording Secretary, Recordmg Secretary 
Branch. 

Chief, Policy Analysis and Records Branch... 

Chief Compliance Commissioner, Office of the 
Compliance Commissioners. 



Director (Budget Officer) 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Fiscal Planning Branch 

Chief, Operations Analysis Branch 

Chief, Administrative Coordination Branch.. 
Chief, Printing and Distribution Control 
Branch. 



Director 

Chief, Operating Facilities Branch.. 

Chief, Business Services Branch 

Chief, Accounts and Audits Branch. 

Security Officer 

Administrative Officer 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Classification Section. 

Chief, Placement Section 

Chief, Employment 

Chief, Training Section 

Chief, Health Section 



Director (Administrative Analyst) 

Deputy Director (Administrative Analyst). 



N. y. 
111.... 

D. C. 

Ohio. 
Ohio. 



UL... 
Ohio. 

111.-.. 

Wis.. 

N. Y. 
N. J.. 



32d_. 
10th. 



14th. 
18th. 



2d--. 
11th. 



N. C_. 
Mass.- 



Va... 
Va--- 
N. J.- 
Va... 

Tenn 

Mass. 



Ill 

Ga 

Ohio... 
Mich... 

Md 

Pa 



111 

Md 

Va 

Conn 

S. C 

Va 

Md 

Conn 



Mass. 
Pa... 



10th. 
8th.. 



43d. 
4th. 



6th. 
3d.- 



8th-. 
8th-. 
12th. 
8th.. 
7th.. 
3d-.. 



17th. 
5th-. 
12th- 
6th-. 
13th- 
24th- 



11th- 
6th-. 
7th _. 
3d-- 
4th.. 
8th.. 
1st-. 
4th.. 



12th_ 

12th. 



$1 

(36) 

8,000 

1 

5,600 



9,000 
6,750 



6,500 
4,600 



5,600 
6,500 



6,500 
8,000 



8,250 
4,600 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



8,000 
6,500 
6,750 
6,500 
4,600 
5,600 



8, 250 
7,500 
4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
6,500 
3,800 

(37) 



6,500 
5,600 



86 Nonreimbursable loan from Navy Department, 
s' Salary paid by the U. S. Public Health Service. 



45 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





official title and STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Production Board- 
Continued 

Office of the Chairman— 
Continued 

PEOCUREMENT POLICY 
DIVISION 


Director 

Deputy Director 

Assistant to Deputy Director 


Mich 

Va 

N. Y— . 
Maine- - 

N. Y...- 

Va 

D. C 


8th.... 
8th.— 
17th— 
1st-..- 
40th... 
8th.— 


$8,000 


Malcolm S. McComb 


6,500 
5,600 


John G. Hager 


Chief, Requisitioning Branch 

Chief, Contract Review Branch 

Acting Chief, Contract Pricing Branch 

Chief, Tax Amortization Branch 

Director. 


8,000 




8,000 


Malcolm S. McComb 

Sidney T. Thomas 


(12) 

6,500 


BUREAU OF PROGRAM AND 
STATISTICS 

Bertrand Fox. . . .. 


Mass.— 

Pa 

D. C— 


1st-.-. 
21st.- 


8,000 


David Novick .. 


Associate Director - . _ . 


8,000 


Reginald W. Turnley 


Administrative OfTicer 

Director, General Statistics Staff . . . 


5,600 




111 

N. C..__ 
D. C 


10th. -. 
4th. ... 


8,000 


Daniel M. McVey 


Deputy Director General Statistics Staff 

Chief, Staff Research Branch (Chief Indus- 
trial Specialist) . 

Acting Chief, Industrial Analysis Branch 
(Assistant Chief). 

Director, Office of Survey Standards . 


6,500 


Thomas P. Trevvett, Jr . 


6,500 


James S. Fitzgerald .. 


Mich--. 

Md 

Minn... 
D. C 


13th..- 

6th.-.. 
3d 


5,600 


Howard C. Grieves 


6,750 


Raymond W. Goldsmith 

Robinson Newcomb 


Director, Planning Division 

Director, Construction Research Division 

(Head Construction Economist). 
Deputy Director, Construction Research 

Division (Statistician). 
Director, Foreign Division.. -. 


8,000 
6,750 


Harry B. Sheftel 


Mass 

Mich.... 

Ga 

N. Y..- 

N. Y-— 

Conn... 
Ohio.... 

N.J 

Ark 

Md 

N. Y..-. 
N. Y..__ 

Md 

D. C 


10th-- 

17th... 
9th— 
42d..- 
20th... 

4th...- 

19th.- 

8th-.- 

3d 

5th—- 
33d-..- 
42d.— 

6th.... 


5,600 


Robert C. Turner... 


8,000 


Mose L. Harvey 


Deputy Director, Foreign Division 


8,000 


Shaw Livermore -.. 

Saul Nelson... 


Director, Materials Division 

Deputy Director, Materials Division (Econo- 
mist). 

Chief, MUitary Requirements Branch (Econ- 
omist). 

Chief, Materials Reports Branch (Economic 
Statistician). 

Director, MOitarv Division 


8,250 
8,000 


Bradfoxd H. Fullerton 

R. Benjamin Whiting- 

Robert E. Johnson 


6,500 
6,750 
8,000 


Kenneth R Hunter 


Chief, Army Branch (Economist) 

Chief, Aircraft Branch (Economist) 

Chief, Navy-Maritime Branch (Economist)... 

Chief, Facilities and Contracts Branch (Asso- 
ciate director. Military Division). 

Chief, Soviet Branch (Industrial Analyst) 

Chief, Operations Branch (Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Chief, Program Review Branch (Head Econ- 
omist). 

Chief, Steel Branch (Industrial Specialist) 

Director . 


6,500 


William F. Butler 


6,500 


Richard U. Sherman, Jr 

Matthew J. Rose 


5,600 
8,000 


Frank W. Rhpaffpr 


6,500 


Earl M. Jeffrey 


6,500 


William L. Reno, Jr 


Ky 

Md 

N. J..— 

Pa 

Ohio.-_- 

D. C. .. 


2d..... 

6th--- 

12th--. 

2d 

22d-- 


6,500 


Robert W. Mayer 


6,500 


INFORMATION DIVISION 

Ma.\ey Morrison 


8,000 


M. Joseph McCosker 

Donald R. Burgess 


Deputy Director (Field Service) 

Deputy Director (News Room) (Industrial 
Specialist). 

General Connppl 


6,500 
5,600 


Office of General Counsel 
Frederick M. Eaton 


10, 000 


Laurence M. Lombard 

J. Forrester Davison ... 


Solicitor . . 

Assistant Solicitor (Attorney) 

Assistant General Counsel 

do. 


Mass 

D. C 


13th— 


8,000 
6, 500 


Golden W.Bell 


D. C... 




8,000 


C. Girard Davidson 


Oreg 

D. C . 


3d 


(38) 


William J. Hoff.-- 


do 


8,000 


James L. Magrish 


do. 


Ohio.... 
Colo 


1st.--- 

ist.... 


8,000 


James C. Owen 


do _.-, 


8,000 



12 No additional compensation. 

38 Reimbursable loan from Bonneville Power Administration. 



46 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Production Board- 
Continued 

Office of the Chairman— 
Continued 

OFFICE OF GENERAL COUN- 
SEL— Continued 

Stewart W. Richards 


Assistant General Counsel.. 

....do 


N. Y.... 

Va 

D. C 


12th... 
8th.... 


$8,000 
8,000 


Issac N P Stokes II 


do 


8,000 


Philip E. Hoffman 


do 


N.J..... 
D. C... 


11th... 


8,000 




do 


8,000 


OFFICE OF PRODUCTION RE- 
SEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 

Dr. Donald B. Keyes 


Director. ... . 


Ill 

Mass 

Colo.... 
Wis 

N. C .. 

D. C. . 


19th... 
12th... 

1st 

2d 

4th.... 


8.000 


Acting Deputy Director 


8,000 


Elizabeth Midtby 


Administrative Officer ... . ... 


3,300 


Di. Charles K. Leith 

Dr. A. E. Greaves- Walker. . . 


Chief, Metals and Minerals Branch (Tech- 
nologist). 

Deputy Chief, Metals and Minerals Branch 
(Technologist). 

Chief. Chemcal Industries Branch (Technologist) 

Chief, Industrial Process Branch (Technologist). 

Director 


9,000 
8,000 
8,000 


Richard A. Wolff 


D. C... 




8,000 


OFFICE OF WAR UTILITIES 


Md 

Wis 

Md 

Md 

Ohio 

111 

N. Y_... 

Md 

111 

N. H.... 
N.J..... 
N. Y.... 

N.J 

Conn 

Ohio 

HL. 

Mass 

Conn... 

Ill 

Md 

Pa 

Iowa 

Md 

Va 

W. Va.- 
D. C... 


6th.... 
5th.... 
6th.... 
6th.... 

2d 

7th.... 
6th.... 

fith...- 
10th... 

2d 

12th... 

1st 

10th... 
3d 

2d 

10th.. - 

5th.... 
4th.... 

9th.... 
6th_... 
27th... 
5th.... 
6th.... 

8th.... 
2d 


10, 000 


Charles F WeUer 


Deputy D irector 


8,000 




Administrative Officer 


5,600 


Olcott L. Hooper 


Chief, Fuel and Conservation Branch (En- 
gineer). 
Deputy Chief, Fuel and Conservation Branch. 
Chief, Materials Control Branch 


6, 500 


Clifton B. Gleaves 


1 




6,500 


Benjamin S. Loeb 


Deputy Chief, Materials Control Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 
Director, Communications Division 


5,600 


Leighton H Peebles 


8,250 




Deputy Director, Communications Division.. 
Director, Gas Division 


6,500 




1 






1 






8,000 


John E. Moore 


Deputy Director, Power Division . 


1 


Paul B. Valle 


Deputy Director, Power Division (Electrical 
Engineer). 

Chief, Equipment Production Branch (En- 
gineer). • 

Director, Water Division 


6,500 


Lester L. Bosch 


8,000 




8,250 


Vice Chairman for Civilian 
Requirements 

William Y. Elliott 


Vice Chairman .. 


10, 000 


Arthur C. C. Hill, Jr 


Deputy Vice Chairman (Special Assistant to 

Chairman). 
Assistant Vice Chairman 


9,000 


Merritt C. Penticoff 


8,000 


Thomas L. Peyton 


Executive Ofhcer. 


7,500 




Director, Staff Bureau 


1 


Robert B. Bradford 


Deputy Director, Staff Bureau 


8,000 


George K. Hamill ... 


Acting Director, Chemicals. Drugs and Health 
Supplies Division (Industrial Specialist). 

Acting Director, Civilian Survey Division 

Director, Consumer Fuels Division .. 


8,000 


Dwight W. Chapman, Jr 

Raymond E Kerr 


6,500 
8,000 




Acting Director, Forest Products Division 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Director, Materials Control Division (Head 
Industrial Specialist). 

Director, Research and Planning Division 

Acting Deputy Director, Research and Plan- 
ning Division (Economist). 

Director, Government Bureau 


6,500 


J. Mitchell Watson 


Mich... 

Md 

N. Y... 

Va 

Mass 

N. Mex. 

Md 


13th... 

6th.... 
5th.... 

8th.... 
8th ... 
At L.. 

6th.... 


6,500 


Donald R. Longman . 


8,000 


Asher Achinstein . 


6,750 


.\rthur G Eaton 


8,000 




Deputy Director, Government Bureau 

Acting Director, Government Requirements 

Division (Industrial Specialist). 
Acting Deputy Director, Government Re- 
quirements Division (Industrial -Analyst). 


8,000 


James N. Gladding. 


5,800 


Alfred Rinaudot 


4,600 







47 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Vice Chairman for Civil- 
ian Requirements— Con. 



Alexander B. RandalL 

James N. Gladding 

Raymond J. Whitney- 
Harry M. Wilson 



Holmes Crosby.. 
Robert D. Fitton. 



Joseph G. LeGory 

Dean C. Gallagher... 

Henry N. Davies 

Chester L. Jones 

Ross D. Williams 

George B. Hall 

Curtis E. Anderson . 
Richard N. Johnson- 
Ernest C. F. Greefl.. 
Curtis E. Anderson.. 

Philip Rogers 

Morris L. Chandross. 

Frank H. Miller 

Roland P. Brown 



Leslie P. Doidge .. 
Charles Muirhead. 
Erwin Lurie 



Office of Vice Chairman, 
International Supply 



William L. Batt 

Edward Browning, Jr. 

Grace M. Pacak 

Morton M. Banks 

David Horton 



Manpower Requirements 
Vice Chairman 



Clinton S. Golden 

Phillip J. Clowes 

Maj. Ralph D. Iletzel. 
John I.ydenberg 



Allen Buchanan. 
David Ziskind.. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Reports and Analysis Branch (Archi- 
tectural Engineer). 

Chief, Requirements Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Materials Control Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

A nting Director, Government Projects, Equip- 
ment and Supplies Division (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Projects Branch (Industrial Specialist).. 

Chief, Equipment and Supplies Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Acting Director, Prison War Programs Office 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Acting Director, Wholesale and Retail Trade 
Division (Division Director). 

Acting Chief, Products Distribution Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Marketing Controls Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Director, Service Trades Division (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Assistant to Director, Service Trades Division 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Personal Services Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Director, Apparel, Textile and Leather Prod- 
ucts Di\ision. 

Assistant to Director, Apparel, Textile and 
Leather Products-Division (Economist). 

Acting Chief, Business and Repair Shops (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Chief, Textile Materials Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Textile Products Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Chief, Leather Products Branch 

Director, Durable Goods and Products Divi- 
sion. 

Chief, Consumers Durable Goods Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Plumbing and Heating Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Construction Products Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 



Vice Chairman 

Deputy Vice Chairman 

Administrative Officer 

Director, Division of Stockpiling and Shipping. 
Chief, Shipping Branch (Economist) 



Vice Chairman for Manpower Requirements.. 
Deputy Vice Chairman for Program Projects.. 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Operations 

Assistant to Deputy Vice Chairman for Opera- 
tions. 

Director, Manpower Analysis Division 

Director, Manpower Programming Division.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa 

N. Mex. 

Mich 

Va 



Pa... 
D.C. 



Tex.... 
D. C... 
Va .... 
Ind.... 

Va 

N. Y... 
Ohio... 
Md... 
N. J.... 
Ohio... 
Mass... 
N. Y... 



N.J..... 
N. Y.... 



N. Y.... 

Va 

HI 



Pa 

Maine - 
Tenn.. 
Conn.. 
Ill 



Pa 
Pa. 
Pa 
Va. 



Calif- 
Calif. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



16th.. 
At L. 
17th.. 
8th... 

20th.. 

7th - 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Sth... 

6th... 

Sth... 

27th _. 

14th . 

6th... 

7th. . 

14th.. 

3d.... 

14th.. 

7th... 
23d.... 

17th... 

8th.... 

6th.... 



17th... 
3d-.... 
3d...., 
2d .... 
7th.... 



9th ... 
16th... 
23d.-. 
8th.... 

7th--.. 
14th-. 



$5,600 

(.2) 

5,600 
8,000 

6,500 
6,500 

5,600 

8,000 

6,500 

8.000 

8. 000 

6,500 

6, 500 

8,000 

6.500 

(12) 

5,600 
6,500 

1 

8,000 

6,500 
5,600 
6, .TOO 



1 

8,000 
3,800 
8,000 
5.600 



1 

8,250 

(10) 

3,800 

8,000 
8,000 



w See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register 
'2 No additional compensation. 



48 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board- 
Continued 

Labor Production 
Vice Chairman 



Joseph D. Eeenan._. 
Douglas A. Strachan_ 
Irving J. Brown 



Saul Mindlin. 



PLANT AND COMMUNITY FACIL- 
ITIES SERVICE 



Edward W. Fay. 
Griffith Jones 



Marion B. Howden_. 
Rosario J. Manguno. 



PLANT productivity 
DIVISION 



George W. Brooks, Jr. 

David Lasser 

William Munger 

Morris Weisz 



I. Lewis Markus- 



DIVISION OF shipbuilding 
STABILIZATION 

Ernest A. McMillan 



INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 
DIVISION 



Douelas A. Strachan. 

Joseph D. Gould 

Michael Finn 



.\lexander Kellenbenz 

Office of Program Vice 
Chairman 



Samuel W. Anderson. 
William E. Haines — 
Lincoln G ordon 



James B. Kessler 

SPECIAL EATING DIVISION 



Frank V. Connolly. 
Albert L. Miller... 



PROGRAM CONTROLS BUREAU 



Lincoln Gordon. 
Virgil E. Tobin. 



Robert A. Graham. 
Arthur S. Wilson.. 
Stuart S. Lowe 



Bertram H. Wimer 

Walton C. Groce 

Franklin R. Mathews. 
Harry G. Mann 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Vice Chairman for Labor Production.. 

Deputy Vice Chairman 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Production Read- 
justments. 
Administrative Officer 



Acting Chief (Labor Relations Representative) 
Acting Chief, Industrial Health and Safety 

Section (Labor Relations Representative). 

Chief, Community Service Section 

Chief, Industrial Feeding Section (Principal 

Compliance Officer). 



Director (Labor Economist) 

Assistant Director (Labor Economist) 

Chief, Raw Materials Section (Economist) 

Chief, Consumer Goods and Services Section 
(Labor Economist). 

Chief, Critical Products Section (Labor Econ- 
omist). 



Associate Director (Assistant Chief, Ship- 
building Stabilization) . 



Director... 

Chief, Operations Branch (Labor Economist) 
Associate Chief, Labor Relations Branch 

(A. F. of L.). 
Associate Chief, Labor Relations Branch 



Program Vice Chairman .. 

Executive Assistant 

Deputy Program Vice Chairman (Director, 

Program Bureau). 
Administrative Officer 



Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Deputy Director (Industrial Analyst) . 



Director 

Chairman, Resources Protection Board (Pro- 
gram Rehabilitation Officer). 

Vice Chairman, Resources Protection Board.. 

Director, Production Scheduling Division 

Deputy Director, Production Scheduling Di- 
vision (Industrial Specialist). 

Director, Methods and Controls Division (In- 
dustrial Analyst). 

Deputy Director, Methods and Controls Di- 
vision. 

Chief, Service Branch (Principal Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Methods Branch (Industrial Analyst) . 



Legal residence 



State 



111... 
D. C. 
D.C 



N. Y._.- 



111 

Mich. 



Calif.. 
Calif.. 



Mass- 
D. C 
Mich. 

N. Y. 



Pa. 



Calif. 



D.C. 

Calif. 
N. Y. 

Pa.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



2d. 



8th. 



6th.. 
13th. 



5th. 
5th. 



4th. 



6th. 

8th. 



33d. 



4th. 



21st. 
2d... 



N. Y. 
Del.. 
Mass 

Md.. 

Va... 
Va... 



Mass. 
Mich. 

Ariz.. 
N. J.. 
Ohio. 

N. J.. 

Md.. 
111.... 
Ohio. 



6th. 



1st... 
AtL 
5th... 

5th... 



8th. 
8th. 



5th... 
7th... 

AtL. 
11th.. 
2d.... 

4th..- 

6th... 

20th.. 

10th . 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



10, 000 
8, 000 . 

8,000 
8.000 
6,500 

6,500 

6,750 

5,600 

6,500 



12 No additional compensation. 



49 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 



Office of Program Vice 
Chairman— Continued 



PROGRAM CONTROLS 

BUREAU— continued 



John C. Houston, Jr.. 
George N. McCIusky. 



Herman 0. C order. . . 
J. Donald Kershner.. 
Henry J. Dammeyer. 
Franklin T. Chace... 
Francis J. Sette 



David J. Holmes_ 
E. Jay Hogan 



distribution bureau 



Office of Director 



William J. Logan. 
Harold Loeb 



Canadian Division 



Hugh Porter... 
Alvin H. Baer. 



Priorities Control Division 

William J. Logan _ _ . 

Paul Harbison 



Compliance Division 

Morris S. Verner 

Alfred O. Davis 



Clarence A. Lindquist. 
Anthony A. Bertsch... 

Allen D. Jones 

William H. Mulligan. 
John W. Bracken, Jr... 



orders and regulations 

BUREAU 



Hugh W. Jackson- _ 
William Cleveland- 



Lucius F. Foster.. 
Gaston F. Balme. 

Qeorge Hislop 



Dr. Arthur N. Holcombe. 
William W. Kerlin 



official title and station 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director, Urgency Rating Division 

Deputy Director, Urgency Rating Division 

(Industrial .\nalyst). 

Director, Controller Division 

Deputy Director, Controller Division 

Chief, .Accounting Systems Branch 

Chief, Analysis and Reiiorts Branch 

Director, Division of Transportation and 

Storage. 
Chief, Transportation Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 
Chief, Storage Branch 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Director 

Chief, Ottawa Branch (Industrial Analyst) _ 



Acting Director 

Chief, Review Branch (Industrial Analyst). 



Director 

Chief, Analysis Branch ((Compliance Ex- 
aminer). 

Chief, Field Coordination Branch (Com- 
pliance Examiner). 

Chief, Liaison Control Branch (Compliance 
Examiner). 

Chief, Special Audit Section (Compliance 
Investigator). 

Chief, Black Market Section (Compliance 
Officer). 

Chief, (Investigation Planning Branch (Com- 
pliance Examiner). 



Director 

Executive Assistant to the Director (Industrial 

Analyst). 

Director Order Clearance Division. 

Chief, Delegation Section (Special Assistant 

to Bureau Director). 
Chief, Order Clearance and Analyses Section 

(Industrial Analyst) . 

Director, .\ppeals Division 

Deputy Chairman, Appeals Board (Industrial 

Analyst) . 



Legal residence 



State 



N.J. 

Md.. 

Va... 
Md.. 
Md.. 
Mass 
Va... 

N.J. 

Md.. 



N. Y.... 

N. Y.... 



W. Va.. 
N. J..__ 



N. Y. 
Ohio. 



Pa 

Ohio 


16th... 
17th... 


Iowa 


3d 


Iowa 


2d 


D. C... 




D. C.._. 




Md 


6th.... 


Md 

Ind 


6th.... 

7th-.. 


Fla 

N. Y.... 


4th.... 

5th.... 


Wis 


8th.... 


Mass 

Md 


8th.... 
6th.... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



7th. 

6th_ 

8th. 
7th_ 
5th. 
8th. 
6th_ 

6th. 

6th. 



1st.. 
29th. 



4th. 
3d.. 



1st.. 
19th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8, 000 

6,500 

8,000 
8,000 
6, 500 
f), 500 
8,250 

6,500 

8,000 



8,000 
5,600 



8,000 
6,500 



(12) 

6,500 



5,600 
5,800 

5,600 

5,600 

5,600 

4,000 

5,600 



8,000 
6,500 



6,500 
6,500 



4,600 



8,250 
6,750 



'2 No additional compensation. 



50 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Vice Chairman 
FOR Metals and Minerals 



William C. Keeley. 

James Douglas 

Albert Butler 

Roland D. Parks... 



John H. Berryhill 

Harry B. Christenat.. 
steel division 



William B. Todd... 
Harry M. Francis.. 
Louis E. Creighton. 



John K. Killmer 

Herbert J. French.. 

Frank H. Crockard. 

Harry W. Bryant... 
Thomas E. Steele... 



Ernest J. Hergenroether. 

Alex Miller 

Richard F. Sentner 

James F. Reid 

Edward F. Lee 



Norman M. Hench. 



Richard F. Sentner. 
Whitney C. Brm... . 



Leonard W. Harston. 
Edward F. Clark 



M. B. McCafferty.. 
Philip J. Sandmaier. 
George F. Hooker... 
Torsten H. Parke... 
Harry M. Francis... 

Daniel F. Lacy 

John H. Stapleton.- 
Charles Halcomb — 



William A. Hauck 

Charles W. Eiehelberger. 

James R. Stuart 

G. Russell Link 

Louis A. Levensaler 



William B. Pierce. 
Russell Franks 



COPPER division 



Michael Schwarz 

Frank H. Hayes 

John J. Hines, Jr.. 

Henry A. Ickes 

Arthur R. Mosler, Jr... 
George Q. Sommaripa. 
Victor H. Arnold 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Vice Chairman 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Production 

Executive Assistant to Vice Chairman 

Assistant Deputy Vice Chairman for Produc- 
tion. 
Assistant Deputy Vice Chairman for Dis- 
tribution. 
Administrative OflBcer (Executive Assistant).. 



D irector _ _ -.. 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director for Ferro- Alloys and Alloy 

Steels. 
Deputy Assistant Director for Ferro- Alloys 

and Alloy Steels. 
Assistant Director for Raw Materials and 

Facilities. 
Deputy Assistant Director for Raw Materials 

and Facilities (Industrial Engineer). 

Chief, Plant Facilities Branch 

Deputy Chief, Plant Facilities Branch (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Chief, Metallurgical Branch 

Chief, Raw Materials Branch 

Assistant Director for Production 

Chief, Alloy Steel Branch 

Acting Deputy Chief, Alloy Steel Branch 

(Industrial Specialist). 
Chief, Rail and Track Accessories Branch 
Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Tin Plate Branch 

Deputy Chief, Tin Plate Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 

Chief, Tubing Branch 

Chief, Sheet and Strip Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Sheet and Strip Branch 

Chief, Carbon Bar and Semi-FinishedBranch. 

Chief, Forgings and Castings Branch 

Deputy Chief, Forgings and Castings Branch. 
Chief, Wire and Cold Finished Bar Branch... 

Chief, Pipe Branch 

Chief, Distribution Branch 

Deputy Chief, Distribution Branch (Assist- 
ant Chief of Branch). 
Chief, Control Branch (Head Production 

Specialist). 
Deputy Chief, Control Branch (Industrial 

Analyst). 
Chief, Warehouse Branch (Head Industrial 

Specialist). 
Deputy Chief, Warehouse Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 
Chief, Ferro-AUoys Branch (Commodity 

Specialist). 

Chief, Stainless and Valve Steels Branch 

Chief, Super Alloys Branch 



Director 

Assistant Du-ector (Industrial Specialist) 

do 

Chief, Statistics Section (Principal Economist). 
Chief, Distribution Section 

Assistant Chief, Distribution Section 

Chief, Administrative Section (Special Assist- 
ant). 



Legal residence 



State 



Conn 

Calif.... 

Mo 

Va 



N. Y. 
D. C. 



Pa.... 
Ohio.. 
Mich. 



Pa.. 
N. J. 
Ala_. 



Ohio. 
Pa... 



Mich... 
Ohio... 
W. Va. 
Ohio... 
Ill 



111. 



W. Va. 
Pa 



Ohio.... 
Ohio.... 



Ohio..-. 

Pa 

Pa 

Ind 

Ohio.... 

Mo 

N. J 

Pa 



Pa 

Pa 

N. Y-... 

Ill 

Wash... 



Md__ 
N. Y. 



Conn. 
Ariz . 
N. Y. 

Pa..-. 
Md... 
Mass. 
Tex.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



4th. _ 
nth. 
)2th. 
8th-. 

35th. 



29th. 
22d-- 
20th- 

20th. 

6th-- 

9th-... 

19th_ 
31st- 

17th. 
22d.- 
1st.. 
16th- 
7th _. 

9th.. 

1st.. 
16th- 

22d.- 



22d.. 
32d.- 
9th _. 
7th-. 
22d.. 
4th.. 
6th.- 
10th. 

10th. 

20th- 

17th. 

7th.. 

1st-- 

2d-.. 
42d.. 



3d.-- 
At L. 

9th. ._ 
16th- 
2d.... 
11th.. 
21st.. 



12 No additional compensation. 



51 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Production Board- 
Continued 

Office of Vice Chairman 
FOR Metals and Minerals— 
Continued 

coffee division— con. 

David L. Forrester 


Chief, Primary Production Branch (Engineer). 
Assistant Chief, Primary Production Branch 

(Engineer). 
Chief, Brass Mill Branch 

Assistant Chief, Brass Mill Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Wire Mill Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Assistant Chief, Wire Mill Branch 


Calif-.-. 

N. Y.--- 

Conn 

Pa 

lU 

N. Y.... 

N. Y_-.. 
Conn... 

Conn... 
D. C-..- 


12th-. 
27th-.. 

4th.... 
2d 

1st.... 

3d 

lOth... 
3d...._ 

3d 


$8,000 
6,500 


Lt. Charles Homer, U. S. N.. 
Stephen J. Carroll.. 


(25) 

5,600 


Wilfred F. Jessup 


5,600 


William O. Wiley 


1 


James R. Hoagland . . 


Chief, Foundry Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Mill Facilities Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Scrap Branch (Head Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Director . 


6,500 


Edward B. Blakely 


6,500 


Guy P. Norton. 


6,500 


aluminum and magnesium 
division 

Nigel H. Bell . ... 


8,000 


Thomas E. Covel 


Deputy Director 


Va 

Pa 

N. Y.... 

Md 

N. Y-... 
N. Y-.__ 

Colo 

Md 

D. C..._ 


8th.... 
29th... 

24th .. 

6th.... 

16th.._ 

17th--. 

1st.... 

6th_... 


6,500 


Arch H. Oalbraith 


Assistant Chief, Fabrication Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Chief, Construction and Facilities Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Aluminum Requirements and Distri- 
bution Branch (Head Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Reclamation and Inventory Branch 
(Industrial Analyst). 

Chief, Program and Statistics Branch (Econ- 
omist). 

Assistant Chief, Program and Statistics 
Branch (Statistician). 

Chief, Materials Branch (Special Advisor) 

Director __ _ ... 


5,600 


J Norman Romoser 


5,800 


Connor B. Batman 


6,500 


Virginia S. Richard 


3,800 


Mortimer D. Goldstein. 

Edwin A. Korklin 


5,600 
4,600 


Robert L. Sebastian 


8,250 


TIN, LEAD, AND ZINC DIVISION 

Erwin Vogelsang 


8,250 


Spencer K. Butterworth 

Myron L. Trilsch 


Deputy Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Deputy Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Chief, Program Section (Assistant Director 

for Program and Controls). 
Chief, Production Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Director . 


N. Y._.. 
N. Y.-.- 
Mass 

Va - 

N. H... 

Ky 

N. Y.... 

Pa 

Mich-- . 

D. C - 


2d 

27th... 
12th... 

8th.... 

1st.... 
7th.... 
5th-... 
16th.. _ 
13th--- 


6,750 
6,500 


John J. Croston 


6,500 


Clarence A. Wright 


6,500 


miscellaneous minerals 
division 

James S. Macgregor 


8,000 


Fred G. Rockwell 


Deputy Director 

do 


6,500 


Frank F. Watts 


6,500 


John E. Steinhauer 


Chief, Program Section (Economist) 

Chief, Jewel Bearing Section (Industrial 

Specialist). 

Chief, Quartz Crystals-Diamond Dies Sec- 
tion (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Diamond (Industrial) Section (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Chief, Fluorspar-Magnesite Section (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Chief, Mica Section (Industrial Specialist) 

Chief, Precious Metals and Mercury Section 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Non-Metals Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 


5,600 


Charles D. Burgess 


5,600 


Robert B. McCormick 


5,600 


Stephen W. Hofman. 


N.Y... 

Mass 

N.J..-.. 
N.J 

Md 


4th-.. 

9th.... 

7th.... 
12th... 

5th.... 


5,600 


Arthur H. Sawyer 


4,600 


Herbert W. Eckweiler 

Henry E. Strauss 


5,600 
5,600 


J. Eugene Eagle 


5,600 







25 See Navy pay tables in appendix of OflBcial Register. 
654092 — 45 5 



52 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Vice Chairman 

FOE Metals and Minerals— 

Continued 

MINING division 

Arthur S. Knoizen 

Dr. Marcellus H. Stow 

Dr. F. Stuart Miller 

Alphonse F. Brosky 

Harold A. Montag 

Dr. Harry W. Little 

J. Volney Lewis 

Leslie M. Case 

John L. G. Weysser 

Harold B. Wiekey 

Francis W. Christiansen 

Emory T. Miller 

Alexander Falconer 

Hughey B. Hudson.. 

CORK, ASBESTOS AND FIBROUS 
GLASS DIVISION 

WUliam T. Meloy 

John E. Cole 

Colin C. MacPherson 

John J. Romeo 

Joseph L. Walton 

Ray H. Coultrap 

Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman 

Harold Boeschenstein 

Arthur J. McComb 

Walter C. Skuce 

John B. Campbell 

OFHCE of industry ADVISORY 
COMMITTEES 

Josiah G. Fort 

CONSERVATION AND SALVAGE 
DIVISION 

W. Thomas Hoyt 

William O. Duntze 

James H. Hansen 

RADIO AND TRANSPORT 
BUREAU 

Radio and ffadar Division 

Louis J. Chatten... 

Frank D. Wilkinson 

James W. Abney 

Luther J. Etchison 

Hershel Young 

Frank S. Horning 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



John Creutz 

Melvin E. Kams. 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Chief, Program Section (Industrial Specialist) 

Deputy Chief, Program Section (Industrial 
Analyst) . 

Chief, Distribution Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Serial Number Section (Mining En- 
gineer) . 

Chief, Mining Machinery Section (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Coal Section (Industrial Speciahst) 

Deputy Chief, Coal Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Metals Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Metals Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Non-Metallics Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Access Roads Section 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Chief, Distribution Section (Senior Industrial 

Specialist) . 
Chief, Statistical Section (Senior Industrial 

Analyst). 

Chief, Cork Section 

Chief, Asbestos Section 



Operations Vice Chairman 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Operations 
Executive Officer 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Production 



Director. 



Ernest A. Capelle. 



Director (Director, Salvage Division) 

Deputy Director for Salvage (Chief, General 

Salvage Branch). 
Deputy Director for Conservation (Assistant 

Director). 



Director 

Chief, Administrative Section 

Assistant Director cooperations 

Chief, Requirements Section (Economist) -.. 

Chief, Statistics Section (Statistician) 

Chief, Field Service Branch (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Domestic and Forei.gn Branch 

Chief, Products and Facilities Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 
Chief, Industrial Instruments Branch (Head 
Industrial Specialist). 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Pa 

Va 

D. C... 


20th..- 
7th_..- 


Ohio 

Ohio.... 


12th... 
12th... 


D. C .. 




Calif.... 


4th..._ 


Md 


6th-... 


111 

W. Va.. 


19th... 
2d 


Utah.... 
N.J 


1st.... 
8th.... 


N. Y.... 


25th... 


Mo 


2d 



N. J 

Ohio.... 
Va 


12th 
22d- 
8th. 


Pa 


11th 


N.J-..-. 
N. Y.... 


Sth. 
4th. 



Ohio.. 
N. J... 
N. Y.. 
Ill 



Term. 



D. C. 
N. Y. 



Md. 



N.J..... 


4th.... 


Md 


Sth.... 


S. C 


4th.... 


Md 


5th.-.. 


Mo 


2d 


N.J 


1st.... 


Va 


8th.... 


N.J 


1st 


Va 


8th.... 



9th.. 
10th. 
31st. 
6th.. 



7th. 



1st.. 
6th.. 



53 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman— Continued 

RADIO AND TRANSPORT BU- 
REAU — continued 

Shipbuilding Division 

Capt. J. O. Gawne, U. S. N. 
(retired). 

Allen E. Pierce 

Barbara Ridgely 

J. Arnold Todd. 

Martin A. Tobin 



Allen E. Pierce 

George T. Fielding 

Aircraft Division 



Henry P. Nelson... 
Morton 11. Wilner. 

Leo S. Panek 

AKred W. Lewis... 



Eustis W. Ruddick. 
Edward A. Bolster.. 



Transportation Equipment 
Division 

F. Berkeley Robins 

James M. Hennigan 

Eunice Mae Scott 

Thomas A. McFarland 



David W. Odiorne. 
David P. Beach 



Edward S. Pardoe. 



CONSTRUCTION BUREAU 



John L. Haynes 

Alexander Milne 

Raymond J. Hayden. 
Arthur J. McComb.. 



Lewis R. Adams. 



Plumbing and Heating 
Division 

Charles Ray Davisson 

Charles H. Omo 

John E. Parrish.. 



Isaac Q. Lord 

Robert McKeown, Jr. 

Henry S. Xorris 

Harry J. Holbrook 



Building Materials Division 



William W. Spencer 
Charles P. Redick... 
Jessie W. Dane... . 
J. Harold Dumbell... 



Carl F. Clausen. 
Roy Dagen 



Director _ 

Deputy Director 

Acting Administrative OfTiecr 

Chief, StaS Branch (Industrial Specialist) . . . 

Assistant Chief, Stall Branch (Senior Indus- 
trial Analyst). 

Chief, Production Branch (Deputy Director) 

Assistant Chief, Production Branch (Head In- 
dustrial Specialist). 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Chief, Maintenance Branch (Industrial Ana- 
lyst. 

Chief, Requirements Branch (Industrial Ana- 
lyst). 

Chief, Planning Branch 



Director 

Assistant to Director (Industrial Analyst) 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Program-Distribution Section (Indus- 
trial Analyst). 

Chief, Motive Power and Rolling Stock Sec- 
tion (Head Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Way and Structures Section (Head In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Chief, Bus and Electric Railway Section 
(Head Industrial Specialist). 



Director ... 

Deputy Director 

Administrative Officer (Executive Assistant) . 
Chairman, Construction Requirements Com- 
mittee. 
Chief, Project Review Section (Industrial 

Specialist). 



Director 

Executive Assistant 

Chief, Appeals and Services Section (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Chief, Material Allotment Branch (Econo- 
mist). 

Chief, Plumbing Branch (Industrial Specialist) 

Chief, Heating Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Appliance Branch (Industrial Specialist) 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Distribution Section (industrial Ana- 
lyst). 

Chief, Non-Metallics Section (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Deputy Chief, Non-Metallics Section (Prin- 
cipal Industrial Specialist) . 



" No additional compensation. 

" See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

" Reimbursable loan from Biu-eau of Budget. 



D. C. 



N. J.. 
D. C. 



D. C 



nth. 



16th. 
2d-.. 



N. J-. 

Conn. 



Ill ... 
Pa... 
Mich. 
Va... 

N. Y. 

Calif. 



nth. 

4th.. 



2d... 
3d.._ 
6th.. 
8th.. 

3d... 

20th. 



Pa 

Calif.... 
Pa 


28th.-. 
16th... 
4th.... 


Va 


8th.. _. 


Pa 


8th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


D. C... 




N. Y.._. 
D. C.._. 


4th-... 


N.J 


10th.-. 



27th--, 



N. Y.... 

Md 

D. C... 


36th... 
6th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Mass 

Md 

Va 


8th..-- 
6th-.-- 
8th-_.- 


D. C.._. 




N. Y... 

Fla 

Pa 


36th— 
6th. ... 
33d..- 


Va 


3d 


Mo 


2d 



(25) 

$8, 000 
3,200 
6,500 
4,600 

(12) 

6,750 



1 
8,000 
5,600 
5,600 

5,600 

(39) 

8,000 
4,600 
3,200 
5,600 

6,500 

6,500 

6,500 



8,250 
8,000 
4,600 

(12) 

8,000 



8,000 
3,800 
5,600 



6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



8,000 
8,000 
3,800 
5,600 

6,500 

5,600 



54 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman— Continued 

CONSTRUCTION BUREAU— 

• continued 

Building Matenals Division- 
Continued 

Stewart L. Wirgman 

S. Hardy Burgess 

Clarence A. Wilson. 

Lee F. Uhlmann 

Lindsay C. Howell 

William J. Flynn 

Tames B. Forman 



Construction Machinery 
Division 



John H. Hassinger. 
Ralph H. Dano 



FOREST PRODUCTS BUREAU 

Office of Director 



Benton Cancel!... 
Robert H. Evans. 



Shirley Meyer 

Paper Division 



Walter H. Wilcox 

William M. Bardsley. 
Ruth Matthews 



Harry S. Birt 

Charles J. Dynes 

Palmer B. McConnell. 
Curtis M. Hutchins 



Paperboard Division 



Ralph A. Powers- 
Paul Martindale.. 



Joseph Tuchman 

H. William Marquardt. 

Philip F.Paul 



Printing and Publishing 
Division 



James Hale Steinman. 
Meiric K. Dutton 



David B. Fell.. 

Edward C. Von Tress. 



Harry F. West.. 
Carroll Hanson. 
Robert D. Ross. 



Chief, Metal Building Materials Section (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Metal Building Materials 
Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Clay and Concrete Products Section 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Clay and Concrete Products 
Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Hardware and Small Tools Section 
(Head Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Electrical Products Section. 

Deputy Chief, Bolt, Nut, Screw and Screw 
Machine Products Section (Industrial Ana- 
lyst). 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Pauline Hicks. 



Director 

Acting Chief, Pulp Allocation OflBce (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 
Administrative Assistant 

Director 

Deputy Director 

Acting Chief, Program and Statistics Branch 

(Economist). 
Chief, Fine Paper Branch 

Chief, Coarse Paper Branch 

Chief, Converted Paper ProductBranch 

Chief, Pulpwood Production Branch 

Director 

Assistant Director in Charge of Program and 
Distribution (Industrial Analyst). 

Chief, Program Branch (Economist) 

Chief, Distribution Branch (Industrial Ana- 
lyst). 

Assistant Director in Charge of Container 
Board and Containers. 



Director 

Chief of Staff, Program and Distribution Staff 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Printing Trades Machinery Section 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Magazine Section (Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Chief, Book Section (Industrial Specialist) — 

Chief, Newspaper Section — 

Chief, Commercial and Special Products 
Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Administrative Assistant 



Md 

D. C... 


6th.... 


D. C... 




D. C .. 




111. 

N. Y..-. 
N. Y.... 


6th.... 

28th... 
22d.... 



D.C. 
111.... 



N. Y... 

Md.._. 



lowa... 



11th. 



25th. 
6th.. 



4th. 



Mass 

Pa 

N.J 


4th.... 
22d... 
7th.... 


Mass 

Ohio.... 

Wis 

Maine. - 


1st.... 

3d 

6th.... 
3d 


Conn 

D. C . 


2d..... 


N. Y.... 
N.J 


23d.... 
7th.... 


IlL - 


10th... 



Pa... 
Va... 

Md.. 

111..-. 

Pa... 
IlL... 
Ill ... 

N. C... 



9th.. 
8th.. 

6th.. 

10th. 

17th, 
10th. 
1st.. 

5th.... 



55 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Production Board- 
Continued 



Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman— Continued 



forest products BUREAtJ- 

continued 



Containers Division 



Edward J. Detgen. 
Robert A. Morris.. 
Martin E. Lower.. 
Charles A. Lewis... 



Roy F. Segur... 
Frank J. Hynes. 



Leonard R. Seidel. 
Pauline Hicks 



Lumber and Lumber Products 
Division 



J. Philip Boyd 

Mathias W. Niewenhous. 

Albert C. Cline 

Harold E. Holman 



Don A. Campbell. 



Clifford P. Setter 

Joseph E. Unsworth. 



CHEMICALS BUREAU 

Dr. David P. Morgan 

Lawrence C. Leonard 



Lawrence Brown . 

E. Kenneth Burger... 
Lawrence C. Leonard. 
William J. Canary 



James A. Lawson. 
Andrew Ross 



William F. Twombly. 

Fred J. Stock 

John T. Batson 

Wells Martin _. 

Benjamin Belcher 

Niles Anderson 



Walter G. Whitman. 
Frank E. Bennett.... 



Louis A. Schlueter. 
John W. Wizeman. 



John C. Leppart 

Kenneth W. Marriner. 
Edwin R. Metcalf 



Director 

Deputy Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Chief, Program and Distribution . 

Deputy Chief, Program and Distribution (In- 
dustrial Analyst). 

Chief, Consumer Package Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Bag, Barrel and Drum Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist) . 

Chief, Wooden Container Branch 

Administrative Assistant 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Chief, Program Branch (Economist). 

Chief, Operations Branch (Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Chief, Distribution Branch (Head Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Plywood and Veneer Branch 

Deputy Administrative Officer 



Director 

Acting Administrative Officer (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Director, Office of Chemicals Coordination 
(Assistant Director, Chemicals Bureau). 

Deputy Chief, Office of Chemicals Coordina- 
tion (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Distribution Branch (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Deputy Chief, Distribution Branch (Chief 
CMP Processing Unit). 

Chief, Facilities Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Facilities Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Director, Compounded Chemical Products 
Division (Assistant Director of Chemicals 
Bureau). 

Chief, Drugs and Cosmetics Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Assistant Chief, Drugs and Cosmetics Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Protective Coatings Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Protective Coatings Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Plastic Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Director, Basic Chemicals Division 

Acting Chief, Alcohols and Solvents Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Aromatics and Intermediates Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Inorganics Branch (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Deputy Chief, Inorganics Branch 

Director 

Deputy Director 



N. Y... 

Ill 

N. Y... 

Iowa... 

N. Y... 

Mass... 

N. J.... 
N. C .. 



Md.. 
Md.. 

Mass. 
Md.. 



Ky- 



N. Y. 
N.J. 



D. C... 
Mich 

N. Y... 

N.J 

Mich 

N. Y ... 

Calif.. ._ 
N. Y.... 

Mass 

Mdl.... 

Mich 

111 

Conn 

N.J 

Mass 

N.J 

N.J 

Va 

Pa. 

Mass 

N. Y.... 



33d-. 
lOth. 
35th. 
6th.. 

17th. 

4th-. 

9th.. 
5th-. 



6th. 
5th. 
3d.. 
6th. 



4th- 



45th. 
10th- 



14th. 

7th.. 

7th.. 

14th. 

9th.. 

8th-- 
25th. 

5th-. 

6th.. 

14th. 

9th.. 

4th.. 

10th. 

5th.. 
nth. 

10th. 

8th.. 

31st. 
4th.. 
36th. 



(40) 

$8, 000 

1 

5,600 

6,500 

6,500 

1 

(12) 



8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
7,000 

6,500 

1 
3,800 



9,000 
6,500 

8,000 

5,600 

(12) 

5,600 

8,000 
4,600 

8,000 

8,250 

6,500 

8,000 

6,500 

6,500 

8,250 
6,500 

6.500 

8,000 

1 
I 
1 



'2 No additional compensation. 

*" Reimbursable loan from Commerce Department. 



56 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Operation Vice 
Chairman— Continued 

TEXTILE, CLOTHING AND 
LEATHER BUREAU 

James G. Torrens 

Wilbur S. Wilding 

Elmer B. Van Horn 

Jose F. Gleitsman 



Theodore G. Maynard. 



Edward R. Haigler. 

Ralph Y. Cooper 

Joseph P. Lyon 



Henry C. Martin 

George H. Lanier, Jr. 



Malcolm V. MacFarlan. 

Lewis S. Trundle 

Samuel A. Palmer 



Charles F. Allen 

Moses H. Goldman. 



Walter P. McQowan. 
William P. Garrison., 

Edwin R. Metcalf 

John H. Gardiner 



Franklin F. Kidd.. 
Clifton E. Watson. 



John H. Patterson 

Lawrence B. Sheppard. 
Edward L. Drew 



J. Edson Andrews 

John W. Lake 

Lawrence B. Jackson. 



CONSUMERS HARD GOODS 
BUREAU 

Consumers Durable Goods 
Division 

Stanley B. Adams 

Louise Dame _ 

Frederick M. Mitchell 



Frank S. Whiting. 



George C. Osborn 

Service Equipm ent Division 

Nathtmiel G. Burleigh 

Orval A. Slater 

Eddie M. Kay Vest 

Charles B. Griffith 



Dewey M. Crim 

William A. McDermid. 
Richard W. Murphy... 
Cameron B. Lynham.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Program Branch (Economist) 

Chief, Authorizations Branch 

Chief, Appeals Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Director, Clothing Knit Goods and Equipage 
Division. 

Assistant Director, Clothing Knit Goods and 
Equipage Division (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Clothing Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Knit Goods Branch 

Assistant Chief, Knit Goods Branch (Princi- 
pal Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Equipage Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Director, Cotton and Synthetic Textiles Divi- 
sion. 

Deputy Director, Cotton and Synthetic Tex- 
tiles Division. 

Acting Chief, Cotton Yarn Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Cotton Fabric Branch (Head Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Chief, Production Branch 

Chief, Dye and Finishing Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Synthetic Textiles Branch (Industrial 
Specialist) . 

Chief, Tire Cord Branch (Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Director, Wool, Cordage and Textile Ma- 
chinery Division. 

Deputy Director, Wool Cordage and Textile 
Machinery Division. 

Chief, Cordage Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Textile Machinery Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Director, Leather and Shoe Division 

Deputy Director, Leather and Shoe Division.. 

Chief, Program and Control Branch (Econo- 
mist). 

Chief, Shoe Branch 

Deputy Chief, Shoe Branch 

Chief, Hide and Leather Branch 



Director 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Electric Goods Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 
Chief, Furniture and Household Goods 

Branch. 
Chief, Photographic and Personal Goods 

Branch (Industrial Specialist). 



Director. 

Deputy Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Executive Assistant 

Chief, Requirements Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 
Chief, Repair Shops Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 
Chief, Service Machinery Branch (Industrial 

Specialist) . 
Chief, Office Machinery Branch (Industrial 

Specialist). 
Deputy Chief, Machinery Branch (Industrial 

Specialist) . 



Legal residence 



State 



N. J 

D. C... 


7th.... 


Md 

N. Y.... 


6th.... 
17th... 


Ala 


12th... 


Va 

Wis 

Va 


5th.... 

1st 

8th.... 


Md 

N. Y.... 


6th.... 
19th... 


N.J 


8th.... 


Va. 


7th.... 


Va. 


8th.... 


Mass 

Mass 


6th.... 
9th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


D. C... 




N. Y..._ 


36 th... 


D. C... 




W. Va.. 
Mass 


6th.... 
4th.... 


D. C . 




Pa 

Va 


22d.... 
8th.... 


Mass 

Mo 

Mo 


6th.... 
11th... 
3d 



Pa. 

Term..-. 
Md 

111.. 

N. Y.... 

N. H.... 

Tex 

Tex 

Md 

Term.... 

N. Y.... 
Ohio.... 
Md 



Cong. 
Dist. 



9th. 
3d.. 
5th. 



10th. 
4th.. 



2d... 
5th.. 
21st. 
6th.. 



10th. 
15th. 
22d.. 
6th.. 



" No additional compensation. 



57 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Production Board- 
Continued 

Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman— Continued 

CONSUMERS HARD GOODS 

BUREAU— continued 

Safety and Technical 
Equipment Division 
Howard TT Frank 


Director 

Deputv Director 


Mo 

Va 

Pa 

Md 

N. Y... 

Md 

Mass 

Md 

Md 

Va 

N. Y.-.. 

IMass 

D. C 


4th. ... 
8th.... 
25th... 
5th._.. 

23d.... 

6th.... 

9th... 

6th-..- 

6th-_. 

6th.... 
17th-.. 
9th.... 


$8,000 




6,500 


Wilda Dixon _. _ ... 


Acting Administrative Officer 

Acting Chief, Program and Distribution 
Section (Senior Industrial Analyst). 

Chief, Facilities Section (Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Chief, Surgical Instruments and Equipment 
Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Dental Equipment Section 
(Head Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Laboratory and Technical Equipment 
Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, X-Ray and Physical Therapy Equip- 
ment Section (Principal Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Acting Chief, Fire Equipment Section (In- 
dustrial Specialist). 

Acting Chief, Industrial Safety Equipment 
Section (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Production Scheduling Section (Head 
Industrial Specialist). 

Director ... .. _ . 


3,200 


M. Franklin Spillers 

John F. Flynn 

James H. Burton 


4,600 
5,600 
5,600 


Howard A. Pringle 

Wendell R. Turner 


6,500 
6,500 


Millard B. Hodgson 


5,600 


Arthur L. Thornton 


5,600 


Milton Hammer . 


4,600 


Howard A. Pringle 


(13) 


EQUIPMENT BUREAU 

Farm Machinery and Equip- 
ment Division 

Hugh M. Beshers 


8,250 


Arthur U. Sufrin . 


Assistant Director. . 


Pa 

Md 

Pa 

Mo 

N. Y.... 

Pa 

Ala 

Pa 

Va 

Md 

Nebr.... 

Wis 

D. C 


4th.... 
6th_.-- 
4th.-- 
5th-... 

17th... 
6th.... 
9th.... 
16th... 

8th.... 

6th.... 

2d 

4th.... 


6,500 


Ernest S. Conley .. .. 


.Administrative Officer (Industrial Analyst). 

Chief, Program and Distribution Branch 

Assistant Director for Operations 


4,600 


Arthur U. Sufrin . 


(12) 


Harold J. Mills ... 


6,500 


General Industrial Equip- 
ment Division 

William M. Haile .. 


Director.. .... . . ... 


1 


Franklyn B. Millham 

Pauline H. Schrager 


Assistant Director (Industrial Specialist) 

Administrative Officer 


6,500 
3,200 


Andrew G. Landrus 


Chief, Staff Services Branch (Industrial 
Analyst). 

Deputy Chief, Staff Services Branch (Indus- 
trial Analyst). 

Chief, Electrical Equipment Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Electrical Equipment Branch 
(Indu.strial Specialist). 

Chief, Liquid Gas Handling and Welding 
Equipment Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Liquid Gas Handling and 
Welding Equipment Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Special Equipment Branch _ 


6,500 


Walter W. Francis 


4,600 


Walter H.Holt 


6,500 


Glenn H. Treat 


5,600 


Carlyn S. Becker... 


6,500 


Rudolph J. Heinekamp. 


5,600 


Charles M. Stuart 


N. Y.... 
Md 

Ohio...- 

111 

Mich 

N. Y.... 

Nebr...- 
N. Y.... 
Md 


35th... 
5th. ... 

12th... 

11th... 

16th... 
7th.... 

3d 

24th... 
6th.... 


1 


Harvey A. Edge 


Deputy Chief, Special Equipment Branch 

(Industrial Specialist). 
Chief, Material Handling Equipment Branch 

(Head Industrial Specialist). 
Deputy Chief, Material Handling Equipment 

Branch (Principal Industrial Specialist). 

Director (Industrial Specialist) 


5,600 


Clarence R. Heller 


6,500 


Clarence H. Adamson _._ 

Automotive Division 
Frederic S. Glover 


5,600 
8,250 


Valdo F. Wilson. 


Special Assistant to the Director (Industrial 
Specialist). 


6,500 
5,600 


Richard W. Weitzel 


John E. Graham 


Assistant Director 


8,000 


Raymond H. Fussell 


Deputy Assistant Diiector (Industrial Special- 
ist). 


6,500 





" No additional compensation. 



58 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman— Continued 

EQUIPMENT BUREAU— con. 

Aiitomolive Division— Con. 

Thomas A. Cunningham 

Clyde Estes 

Robert S. Wright 

Norbert Drew 



Frank J. Vukovich. 
Ross L. Clark 



Ferrol E. Evans.. 

Lawrence S. Beerman. 

Asa E. Creeger .- 



William M. Evans- 
CarlM. Wright.... 



Melvin F. Kelly... 
Raymond Bechtol. 
Fred K. Landon... 
William R. Cross.. 
Daniel E. Glenn... 
Arthur R. Laney.. 



Irving C. White... 
William F. Duffy. 



Oeorge R. Davis.. - 

Marvin C. Clay 

Francis R. Pawley. 



Tools Division 



John S. Chafee 

Paul S. Gaston 

George H. McEwen_ 



John Gibbons 

Arthur N. Thomas 

Eugene E. Gloss -_ 

RUBBER BUREAU 



W. James Sears . 
John J. Mooney- 
Aden R. Miller- 



Robert C. Dabney. 
Ernest D. Kelly 



William R. Lantz- 
Qerald E. Perry-. - 



Arthur Foulger 

Ernest J. Engquist, Jr_ 



OFFICIAI- TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Truck Production Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Truck Production Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Trailer Production Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Trailer Production Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Tire Branch (Industrial Specialist) 

Deputy Chief, Tire Branch (Industrial 
Specialist) . 

Assistant Director (Components) 

Deputy Assistant Director (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Coordination Branch (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Engine Branch (Industrial Specialist)... 

Deputy Chief, Engine Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, Engine Components Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Engine Components Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief. Chassis Components Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Deputy Chief, Chassis Components Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Expediting Branch (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Chief, Automotive Maintenance Equipment 
Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Assistant Director (Materials and Programs).. 

Deputy Assistant Director (Industrial Spe- 
cialist) . 

Chief, Materials Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Facilities Branch (Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Program Branch (Economist) 



John J. Johnson 

James W. Gilbert- 

'2 No additional compensation. 

« On legal contract with Rubber Bureau. 



D irector - 

Deputy Director 

Chief, Administrative Branch (Principal 

Business Specialist). 
Acting Chief, Distribution and Priorities 

Branch (Industrial Analyst). 
Chief, MachineTools Branch (Chief Industrial 

Specialist). 
Chief, Anti-Friction Bearings Branch (Head 

Industrial Specialist). 



Deputy Director 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Rubber Order and Component Mate- 
rials Branch (Iload Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Rubber I'rdciiuts Branch 

Assistant Director for Stall' Operations (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Chief, Component Requirements Branch 

Chief, Priorities Branch (Principal Industrial 
Specialist). 

Chief, CMP Branch (Industrial Analyst) 

Acting Director, Program and Statistics Divi- 
sion. 

Director, Tire and Tube Division-- 

Deputy Director, Tire and Tube Division 



Degal residence 



State 



Wis. 
Ky.. 
Md. 
Ind. 



Mich. 
Nebr. 



111.. 
Va. 



Md- 



D. C. 
D. C. 



HI.... 
Va... 
Md.. 
D. C- 
Pa... 
D. C- 



Mass. 
N. Y. 

D. C-. 

Va-.. 
Va.... 



R. I- 

Mo. 
Fla-. 



N. Y. 
Pa... 
N. Y. 



Mich 

N.J..-.. 

Md 


15th-.. 
7th--.. 
3d 


Ohio-... 
Md 


14th--. 


Ohio.... 
Va 


18th... 
8th...- 


Utah..-- 
111 


2d-... 
10th-. 


N. Y--.. 
Conn--. 


28th-.. 
3d 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st.. 

9th.. 

6th.. 

7th.. 

12th. 
3d... 



1st. 
8th. 



2d. 



2d... 
8th.. 
5th.. 



12th. 



3d.. 
4th. 



8th. 
8th- 



1st.. 
7th-. 
5th.. 

40th- 

1st.. 

5th-- 



59 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Operations Vice 
Chairman— Continued 

RUBBER BUREAU— con. 

Clyde E. Qrifflth 

Tom B. Koberts 

Robert O. Landers 

Edward J. Casey 

Edwin J. Qehres 

Walker M. Duvall 

Capt. R. D. Syer, U. S. A... 

Richard W. W. Alger 

George B. Kayser 

Herbert M. James 

CarlL. Buehl 

Isidore Abrams 

Office of Vice Chairman 
FOR Field Operations 

James A. Folger.. 

Wesley C. Mohnkern 

Samuel L. Shober, Jr 

Arthur W. La Roche. 

Cornelius J. Tuomey 

J. Taylor Wilson 

Tudor Bowen. 

Clayton R. Smith 

WAR production DRIVE DIVI- 
SION 



William F. Todd 

Alex O. Nordholm 

John B. Scheel 

Dorothea de Schweinitz. 



Wesley Mohnkern. 



REGION 1 (BOSTON) 



Walker Mason... 
Ray M. Hudson. 



WUliam P. Homans. 



Raymond L. French. 

Harold Bates 

Charles A. Newton. . 

Edwin C. Hyde 

William E. Haskell.. 

John W. Perry 

Thomas H. Hagen... 

John C. Nash... 

Robert C. Lane. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Scheduling Branch (Industrial Special- 
ist). 

Acting Chief, Distribution Branch (Industrial 
Specialist). 

Director, Rubber Products Division.. 

Deputy Director, Rubber Products Division 
(Head Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Mechanical Goods Branch (Principal 
Industrial Specialist). 

Chief, Miscellaneous Products Branch (Indus- 
trial Specialist). 

Director, Rubber Machinery and Equipment 
Division. 

Director, Project Integration Staff (Head 
Construction Engineer). 

Director, Materials Division (Industrial Spe- 
cialist). 

Deputy Director, Materials Division (Chief- 
Statistics Section). 

Chief, Rubber Control Branch (Chief, Field 
Service Section). 

Chief, Rubber Supply Branch (Economic 
Statistician). 



Vice Chairman 

Field Administrative Officer (Chief, Field Ad- 
ministrative Branch). 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Field Distribution 
Operations (Director, Field Service Offices). 

Chief, Materials and Commodities Branch 
(Industrial Analyst). 

Chief, Construction and Facilities Branch 
(Industrial Analyst). 

Chief, Products and Equipment Branch (In- 
dustrial Analyst). 

Deputy Vice Chairman for Field Products 
Operations. 

Chief, Urgency Rating and Facilities Branch 
(Industrial Specialist). 



Acting D irector 

Chief, Field Operations Branch 

Chief, Awards Branch (Industrial Analyst) 

Chief, Committee Standards and Analysis 
Branch (Principal Industrial Relations Rep- 
resentative). 
Administrative Officer 



Regional Director 
Deputy Director, 

ton, Mass. 
Deputy Director, 

ton, Mass. 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 



'" See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
n No additional compensation. 



Boston, Mass 

Production Division, Bos- 



Distribution Division, Bos- 



Bridgeport, Conn.. 

Hartford, Conn 

New Haven, Conn. 
Portland, Maine.. . 
Springfield, Mass_- 
Worchester, Mass.. 
Manchester, N. H.. 

Providence, R. I 

Montpelier, Vt 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich 
N.J 



Ohio... 
Conn 


9th.... 
3d 


Va 


8th.... 


D. C... 




Calif.... 


20th... 


Ga 


5th.... 


N. Y... 


28th... 


Md 


7th-... 


Tex 


8th.... 


D. C__.. 





Calif 
Pa... 

Pa... 

Pa... 

N. Y 

R.I. 

Md.. 

Va.. 



Va 

N. Y... 
N.J... 
Pa 

Pa 

R. I.... 
Mass... 

Mass... 

Conn.. 
Mass... 
Conn.. 
Maine - 
Mass... 
Mass... 
N.H... 
R. I.... 
Vt 



Cong. 
Dist. 



17th. 
9th. 



4th... 
23d... 

8th... 

7th... 

25th.. 

2d.... 

5th... 

2d.... 



8th... 
25th.. 
7th... 
20th.. 



23d.... 



1st--. 
14th.. 

13th.. 

4th... 
5th... 
3d.... 
1st... 
2d--.. 
10th.- 
1st-.- 

ISt--- 

At L. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$5, 600 

5,600 

1 
6,500 

5,600 

4,600 

(10) 

6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
3,800 



1 

6,500 

8,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
8,000 
5,600 



6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 



(12) 



8,000 
8,000 

8,000 

6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 



60 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board — 

Continued 



Office of Vice Chairman 
FOR Field Operations— Con 



region 2 (NEW YORK) 



Lewis S. Greenleaf, Jr_ 

Ralph A. Parlcer 

Paul T. Brady_ 



M. E. Cutler 

F J. Holman 

E' Z. Weinberg.. - 

Paul R. Smith 

Mahlon H. Gregg- 
Earl R. Mason 

Matt DeZee 



REGION 3 'PHILADELPHIA) 



J. Griffith Boardman. 
Thomas E. Doremus.. 

J. W. Creighton 

H. A. Ludeke 

Felix P. Gross 

Herbert C. Schneider. 

Robert W. Butler 

J. P. Eyre Price 

Harry C. Ritter 

Courtenay S. Welton. 



REGION 4 (ATLANTA) 



Harry Q. Thornton. 

John B. Reeves 

J. Leonard Allen 



Paul P. Henderson. 

Ted L. Stanton 

P. C. Smith 

JohnH. Olden 

A. G. Mcintosh 

E. E. Huffman 

Thomas J. Love 

Thomas K. Legare. 
Leonard H. Dille.— 

L. R. Squier 

Stuart Fonde 



REGION 5 (CLEVELAND) 



John C. Virden... 
Fred W. Ramsey. 



H. Dale Rue 

Frank M. Aldridge. 



Henry Edson. 

Leif Oyen 

Frank J. Santry 

George A. Moore 

William S. Reinhart. 

H. B. Doty 

Ralph DeLancy 

John F. Stephens 

Alex H. Cooper 



REGION 6 (CHICAGO) 



John Nuveen , Jr 

William G. W. Glos. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Regional Director, New York, N. Y 

District Manager, New York, N. Y 

Deputy Director, Distribution Division, New 
York, N. Y. 

District Manager, Newark, N. J 

District Manager, Albany, N. Y 

District Manager, Brooklyn, N. Y 

District Manager, BulTalo, N. Y 

District Manager, Rochester, N. Y 

District Manager, Syracuse, N. Y 

District Manager, Utica, N. Y 



Regional Director, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 
District Manager, 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Baltimore, Md... 

Trenton, N. J 

Allentown, Pa 

Harrisburg, Pa... 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Scranton, Pa 

Norfolk, Va 

Richmond, Va... 



Regional Director, Atlanta, Ga 

Chief Deputy Director, Atlanta, Ga 

Deputy Director, Production Division, 
Atlanta, Ga. 

District Manager, Birmingham, Ala 

District Manager, Jacksonville, Fla 

District Manager, Tampa, Fla 

District Manager, Atlanta, Ga 

District Manager, Jackson, Miss 

District Manager, Charlotte, N. C 

District Manager, Raleigh, N. C 

District Manager, Columbia, S. C 

District Manager, Memphis, Tenn 

District Manager, Nashville, Tenn 

District Manager, Knoxville, Tenn 



Regional Director, Cleveland, Ohio 

Chief Deputy Regional Director, Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Deputy Regional Director, Production Divi- 
sion, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Deputy Regional Director, Distribution Divi- 
sion, Cleveland, Ohio. 

District Manager, Louisville, Ky 

District Manager, Akron, Ohio 

District Manager, Cincinnati, Ohio 

District Manager, Cleveland, Ohio 

District Manager, Columbus, Ohio 

District Manager, Dayton, Ohio 

District Manager, Eric, Pa 

District Manager, Pittsburgh, Pa 

District Manager, Charleston, W. Va 



George A. Dinnen. 



Regional Director, Chicago, 111 

Deputy Director, Distribution Division, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Deputy Director, Production Division, Chi- 
cago, 111. 



N. Y_ 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 



N J..... 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y... 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y... 



Pa... 
Del.. 
Md.. 
N. J.. 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Va... 

Ga... 
Ga... 
Ga... 

Ga... 
Fla... 
Fla... 
Ga... 
Ala.. 
N. C. 
N. C. 

s. c, 

Tenn 
Ky... 
Tenn 



Ohio.-. 
Ohio... 



Ky... 
Ohio. 



Ky..... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

Pa 

W. Va. 



17th_ 
24th. 
25th. 

10th. 
32d._ 
5th.. 
43d.. 
41st. 
36th. 
35th. 



1st... 
At L- 
4th... 
4th... 
8th... 
18th.. 
7th... 
10th.. 
15th.. 
3d—. 



111.. 
IIL. 

Ind 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



10th. 
4th.. 
5th.. 

5th.. 
5th.. 
1st.., 
5th.- 
6th-. 
10th. 
6th.. 
2d_.. 
10th. 
2d... 
2d-. 



22d. 
22d. 



3d. 



22d-.. 

5th-.. 
19th.. 
2d.... 
22d-_. 
12th.. 
3d-... 
28th.. 
29th.. 
3d.... 



1st. 
3d.. 



4th. 



8,000 
8,000 



61 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



War Production Board- 
Continued 



Office of Vice Chairman 
FOR Field Operations— Con. 



REGION 6 (CHICAGO)— con. 



Paul A. Jenkins 

Paul Fields 

Wesley C. Heppard... 
Frank O. Bastable — 

J. M. Haynie 

Nestcr F. Zurbuch 

Albert O. Evans 

Elmer G. Wenz 

•Arthur W. Lineberry. 

Walter E. Muir 

R. R. Valier. 

R. R. Valier. 

Frank W. Grensel 



REGION 7 (KANSAS CITY) 



Louis E. Crandall 

Harold W.Taft 

Charles S. Christian 

Edward C. Fahnestock. 

Robert L. Hughes. 

Charles B. Shaeffer 

William Russell Harris.. 



REGION 8 (DALLAS) 



George L. Noble, Jr. 
Paul F. Rutledge... 
Robert C. Stryker.. 



Allan T. Dusenbury. 
Clarence A. Stoldt. . . 

Alfred E. Ballin 

John I. Hallett 

Carl L. Pool 

A. J. Langford 



REGION 9 (DENVER) 



Virgil L. Board... 
James Reed Lane. 



Norman J. Castellan.. 

Mortimer S. Coursen. 

Murray H. Sprague. .. 
Ralph E. Bristol 



REGION 10 (SAN FRANCISCO) 



Henry S. Wright... 
Edwin F. Halloran. 



Dunsmuir S. Neher. 



Louis Myers 

Louis M. Dreves 

Irving F. Dix 

Raymond J. Briggs. 
Edwin S. Bender... 



REGION 11 (DETROIT) 



Carsten Tiedeman. 
Walter F. Wright. . 
Dea B. Meadows. . 



OFFICIAL. TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Deputy Director, Sub- Region, Chicago, 111. 

District Manager, Decatur, 111 

District Manager, Peoria, 111 

District Manager, Rockford, 111 

District Manager, Evansville, 111 

District Manager, Fort Wayne, Ind 

District Manager, Indianapolis, Ind 

District Manager, South Bend, Ind 

District Manager, Davenport, Iowa 

District Manager, Des Moines, Iowa 

Acting District Manager, Green Bay, Wis.. 

District Manager, Madison, Wis 

District Manager, Milwaukee, Wis 



Regional Director, Kansas City, Mo 

Chief Deputy Director, Kansas City, Mo. 

District Manager, Little Rock, Ark 

District Manager, Wichita, Kans 

District Manager, St. Louis, Mo 

District Manager, Kansas City, Mo 

District Manager, Omaha, Nebr 



Regional Director, Dallas, Tex 

Chief Deputy Director, Dallas, Tex 

Deputy Director for Production Service and 
District Offices, Dallas, Tex. 

District Manager, New Orleans, La 

District Manager, Oklahoma City, Okla 

District Manager, Tulsa, Okla 

District Manager, El Paso, Tex 

District Manager, San Antonio, Tex 

District Manager, Dallas, Tex 



Regional Director, Denver, Colo 

Deputy Director for Metals and Minerals, 

Denver, Colo. 
Deputy Regional Director, Distribution Divi- 

sion.Dcnver, Colo. 
Deputy Director, Production Division, 

Denver, Colo. 

District Manager, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

District Manager, Salt Lake City, Utah 



Acting Regional Director, San Francisco, Calif. 
Deputy Director, Production Division, San 

Francisco, Calif. 
Deputy Director, Priorities and Materials, 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Assistant District Manager, Phoenix, Ariz 

Deputy Regional Director, Los Angeles, Calif. 

District Manager, Los Angeles, Calif. 

District Manager, Boise, Idaho 

District Manager, Reno, Nev 



Regional Director, Detroit, Mich 

Chief Deputy Director, Detroit, Mich 

Deputy Director, Production Division, De- 
troit, Mich. 



Legal residence 



State 




111...- 
111... 
Ill ... 
111...- 
Ind._ 
Ind.. 
Ind.. 
Ind.. 
Mo., 
lowa. 
Wis._ 
Wis.. 
Wis.. 



10th.. 
15th.. 
14th.. 
12th.. 
8th. _. 
4th .. 
11th.. 
3d.... 
5th_.. 
5th... 
3d._.. 
3d ... 
4th.-. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Mo 

Mo 

Ark 

Kans 

Mo 

Mo 

Nebr.... 


9th.... 
4th.... 
5th_... 
4th. ___ 
12th... 
5th.... 
2d 


Tex 

Tex 

Tex 


8th._.. 
5th.... 
16th... 


La 

Okla.... 
Okla ... 
N. Mex. 

Tex 

Tex 


2d 

5th._.. 
5th_... 
AtL.. 
20th-.. 
5th.--. 


Colo 

Iowa 


1st 

1st.-- 


Colo 


1st.-.. 


Colo 


1st 


N. Mex. 
Utah...- 


AtL_. 
2d 


Ariz 

Calif.... 


AtL.. 

1st.... 


CaliL... 


6th.-.. 


Ariz 

Calif.... 
Calif.... 
Idaho... 

Nev 


At L-- 
15th... 
16th... 

2d 

AtL-. 


Mich.... 
Mich.... 
Mich.... 


14th... 
15th-.. 
17th..- 



$8, 000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5, 600 
5,600 
5,600 
5.800 
5.600 

(12) 

6,500 



8,250 
8,000 
5,800 
5,600 
6,500 
5,800 
5,600 



8,000 
8,250 
8,000 

6,750 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
6,750 
G,750 



,250 
,000 



6,500 
6,500 



5,600 
6,500 



8, 000 
8,000 

8,000 

5,600 
8,000 
6,500 
5, 800 
4,600 



8,000 
8,000 
8,250 



No additionallcompensation. 



62 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station Is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



War Production Board — 

Continued 

Office of Vice Chairman 

FOR Field Operations— 

Continued 

region 11 (DETROIT)— con. 

John D. McGillis 

Herbert S. O'Brien 

LeRoy Bates 

A. E. Buchenberg. 

region 12 (MINNEAPOLIS) 

David J. Winton 

Carl W. Jones 

Russell G. Barnes 

Oscar A. Baarson 

Robert L. Schwichtenberg... 

William A. McMillan 

James G. Scott 

REGION 13 (SEATTLE) 

Kenneth B. Colman 

Joseph E . Gandy 

Thurman A. Mardon 

Paul Hirsh... 

Dewitt Wallace 

War Shipping Administration 

Office of the Administra- 
tor 

Vice Admiral Emory S. Land 

U. S. N. (retired). 
S. Duvall Schell 

Vice Admiral Howard L. 

Vickery, U. S. N. 
Captain Granville Conway. . 
Captain Edward Macauley, 

Jr. U. S. N. (retired). 

Arthur J. Williams 

Joseph M. Quinn :.. .. 

Huntington T. Morse 

Eleanor Van Valey.. 



Price Adjustment Board 
James F. Murphy 



Pacific Coast Maritime 
Industry Board 



Paul Eliel. 



Legal Division 
William Radner 



Budget Division 

Norman Johnson 

Medical Division 



Deputy Director, Distribution Division, De- 
troit, Mich. 

District Manager, Grand Rapids, Mich 

District Manager, Saginaw, Mich _. 

District Manager, Toledo, Ohio 

Regional Director, Minneapolis, Minn 

Chief Deputy Director, Minneapolis, Minn 

District Manager, Duluth, Minn 

District Manager, Helena, Mont 

District Manager, Bismarck, N. Dak 

District Manager, Fargo, N. Dak 

District Manager, Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

Regional Director, Seattle, Wash 

Chief Deputy Regional Director, Seattle, Wash 
Deputy Regional Director, Production Divi- 
sion, Seattle, Wash. 

Deputy Regional Director, Portland, Oreg 

District Manager, Spokane, Wash 



Administrator- 



Executive Deputy Administrator - 
Deputy A dministrator 



Deputy Administrator «. 
do 



Secretary 

Comptroller 

Assistant to the Administrator. 
do 



Chairman. 



.do- 



General Counsel - 



Budget Officer. 



Justin K. Fuller. Medical Director 



2< Per diem when actually employed. 

25 See Navy pay table in appendix of Official Register. 

37 Salary paid by U. S. Public Health Service. 

« Salary paid by U. S. Maritime Commission. 

« Official station is New York, N. Y. 



Mich... 

Mich... 
Mich... 
Ohio... 



Minn.. 
Minn... 
Minn... 
Mont.. 
N. Dak 
N. Dak. 
S. Dak. 



Wash . . . 
Wash . . 
Wash... 

Oreg... 
Wash . . 



Colo.. 



Calif. 



Calif. 



D. C. 



D. C. 



17th.. 

5th... 
8th... 
9th... 



3d.... 
5th... 
8th_.. 
Ist... 
At L. 
At L. 
1st... 



1st... 
1st... 
1st... 

3d.... 
5th... 



4th. 



Md 

Ohio.-.. 


6th.... 
21st.-. 


N. Y.... 
Calif.... 


16th-. 
8th—- 


D. C. . 




Va 

N. Y.... 
Ohio.... 


8th--- 

2d 

15th-. 


N. Y... 





4th.. 



63 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Shipping Administra- 
tion — Continued 










Seamen's Service Awards 
Committee 














D. C . 




(28) 


Fairfield. 










Training Organization 










Commodore Telfair Knight.. 

li. S. Merchant Marine Cadet 
Corps 




Fla 


2d 


$9, 000 










Captain Richard R. Mc- 
Nulty. 




D. C... 




(25) 










State Maritime Academies 










Captain Norman L. Queen, 
U. S.N. R. 


do - - 


Mass 


13th.,. 


(25) 


Recruitment and Manning 
Organization 












Assistant Deputy Administrator 


Colo 


3d 


9,000 


Foreign Division 














Calif 




5,600 


Manning Division 










Hugh King 


do 


El 


10th... 


6,500 


Recruitment Division 












do 


Minn... 


5th._.. 


6,500 


Atlantic Coast 






Craig S. Vincent 


Regional Representative ^'.- _ . 


Colo 


1st 


7,500 


Pacific Coast 










Andrew Q. Wilson 


Regional Representative **- . - .. 


Calif. . 


18th... 


6,500 


Gulf Coast 










Charles W. Sanders 




Va 




6,500 


Oreat Lakes 










Curtis C. Byrne . 




lU 




4,600 


Maritime Labor Rela- 
tions Organization 










Hubert WyckofE 




Calif.... 


4th 


8,000 


Labor Agreements Division 










M. Worth Oswald 


Director 


Calif.. .- 


8th.... 


5,600 


Marine Complaints Division 






Andrew J. Dunn 


....do -.- - 


Va 


8th.... 


5,600 


War Risk Compensation 
Division 






J. Godfrey Butler 


do 


D. C... 




5,600 



" See Navy pay table in appendix of OfiBcial Register. 
" Official station is New York, N. Y. 
" Official station is San Francisco. 
" Official station is New Orleans. 
« Official station is Chicago. 



64 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Shipping Administra- 
tion—Continued 








Tanker Allocations 
Division 










John J. "Winterbottom . 


Director 


N. Y.... 


2d..... 


"$20 


Statistics and Research 
Division 






L. P. Nickel!-. . 


do . . . 


Va 


8th.... 


8,000 


Russian Shipping Area 






John G. B. Hutchins... 


do -. . ... 


Md 


6th.... 


6,000 


Allocations Division 






Dudley Donald.' 


do 


N. Y.... 


28th... 


8,000 


Securities and Communi- 
cations Division 










Vice Admiral Arthur P. Fair- 


do... 


D. C... 




(S5) 


field. 










Foreign Service Division 










Jason C. Outler 


do... 


Flar 


2d 


"20 


Ship Requirements 
Division 






Richard M. Bissell, Jr 


do 


Conn . . . 


3d 


8,000 


Small Vessels Organi- 






zation 










Commodore Edmond J. Mo- 


Assistant Deputy Administrator 


Conn . . . 


4th.... 


(26) 


ran. 






Division of i^mall Vessel 
Operations 










Samuel C. Loveland... 


Director 


N.J..... 


2d 


"20 


Ship Operations and Traf- 






fic Organization 










Gerald B . Ilelmbold 


Assistant Deputy Administrator 


D. C. 




(42) 


Food Control Division 










Harold J. O'Connell . 


Director 


N. Y.... 


Ifith... 


"20 


Vessel Operations Division 






Captain William H. Lee... 


do 


Mass.... 


8th.... 


(25) 


Operating Contracts Division 






Paul A. Sullivan.... 


do 


D. C... 




7,500 


Traffic Division 










Ferdinand M. Darr 


do 


D. C... 




8,000 


Tanlicr Operations Division 










John W. Bancker 


do 


D. C... 




"20 


Gulf Coast District 










Chester H. Marshall 


Director <» . 


La 


1st 


8,000 



25 See Navy pay table in appendix of Official Register. 
<2 Salary paid by U. S. Maritime Commission, 
w Ofhcial station is New Orleans. 
" Per diem; reimbursed for expenses 



65 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 



" See Navy pay table in appendix of OfiQcial Register. 

<2 Salary paid by U. S. Maritime Commission. 

<3 Official station is New York, N. Y. 

" Official station is San Francisco, Calif. 

<' OflTicial station is Chicago. 

*'' Per diem; reimbursed for expenses. 

<8 Difference between base pay (Navy) and $7,500. 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Shipping Administra- 
tion—Continued 










Ship Operations and Traf- 
fic Organization— Con. 










Great Lakes District 










Robert D. Smith 


Manager *' 


Minn 




$6, 500 


Atlantic Coast District 










Hewlett R. Bishop 


Director" 


N. Y..-. 


2d 


7,500 


Fiscal Affairs Organization 










Percy Chubb . . 


Assistant Deputy Administrator. . -.- 


N. J..._. 


5th__-- 


<'20 


Lend-Lease Procurement 
Division 










Clifford G. Cornwell 


Director . 


Md 


6th. ... 


7,000 


Fiscal Control Division 






Robert H. Overstreet . 


.... do 


Oreg 


3d_.... 


6, 500 


Wartime Insurance Division 






Earl A. Bloomquist 


do . - 


111 


14th... 


8,000 


Freight Rates Division 










ohn F. McArt 


do 


D. C_... 




7,000 


Large Vessel Procurement 
Division 










Walter R. Qherardi, Jr 


do 


Conn 


4th_... 


6,500 


Foreign Charters andShip 
Warrants Division 






John \V. Mann 


Director .. 


Md.:.-- 


6th.... 


7,000 


Pacific Area Organization 






John E. Gushing 


Assistant Deputy Administrator 


Calif.... 


4th__.. 


"25 


Pacific Coast District 










Lieutenant Commander W. 


Director << 


N.Y__.. 


1st..-- 


(«) 


C.Peet.Jr. 






Maintenance and Repair 
Organization 


















(25) 


Dunn, U.S.N. 




Ala 




<7 20 


Atlantic Coast 










Bertram C. Edwards 


Director" 


N.J 




<7 20 



66 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Shipping Administra- 

ion— Con. 

Maintenance and Repair 
Organization— Continued 

aulf Coast 

Roswell S. Chapman 


Director" 

Director <<_ 

Director 


La 

Calif.... 


2d 


$7,500 
9,000 


Pacific Coast 
Walter L. Martignonl 


Foreign Repairs and Salvage 
Operations Division 

Daniel S. Brierley 


D. C 




9,000 


Repair Contract Division 
Horace P. Bush . 


Director *' 


Pa 















<2 Salary paid by U. S. Maritime Commission. 
" Official station is New York, N. Y. 
<< Official station is San Francisco, Calif. 
" Official station is New Orleans, La. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE ' 

SECRETARY 

EDWARD R. STETTINIUS. JR., OF VIRGINIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 



Robert J. Lynch 

a. Hayden Raynor. 
Leo Pasvolsky 



Michael J. McDermott. 
George T. Summerlin 2. 
Charles E. Bohlen J 



Wilder Foote 

Charles P. Noyes 

Morris N. Hughes ' 

Louis Kepler Hyde, Jr. 

Blanche R. Halla 

Carlton Savage 

Robert Woods Bliss '.. 

Joseph C. Green 

Charles B. Rayner 

Charles W. Taussig 



OflBce oT the Under Secre- 
tary of State 



Joseph C. Grew* 

Frances E. Willis '.. 

Nelson Newton :. 

Marion A. Johnston. 



Offices of the Assistant Sec- 
retaries of State 



James Clement Dunn. 



Eugene H. Dooman ». 
Philip E. Mosely 



Dean Acheson. 



Edward G. Miller, Jr. 

Herbert S. Marks 

John H. Ferguson 

Felton M. Johnston... 

Frank J. Merkling 

Florence K. Kirlin 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Special Assistant to the Secretary 

do 

Special Assistant to the Secretary (for Inter- 
national Organization and Security Aflfairs). 
Special Assistant to the Secretary (for Press 

Relations). 
Special Assistant to the Secretary and Chief of 

Protocol. 
Assistant to the Secretary (White House liai- 
son). 

Assistant to the Secretary 

do ._ 

do 

do.. 



do 

do 

Consultant 

Adviser on Arms and Munitions Control. 

Adviser on Petroleum Policy 

Adviser on Caribbean Affairs 



Under Secretary of State 

Assistant to the Under Secretary 

Executive Assistant to the Under Secretary 

Assistant to the Undersecretary 



Assistant Secretary of State (European, Far 
Eastern, Near Eastern, and African Affairs). 

Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 

. ...do 



Assistant Secretary of State (Congressional 

Relations). 
Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary. ... 

do 

do 

Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 

...do 

Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 



Legal residence 



State 



Va 

Md 

D. C... 


8th-... 
6th-.-- 


Mass 

La 

D. C 


7th-.-. 
5th...- 


D. C 




Conn... 
Ill 




N.J 

D. C... 


5th-..- 


Oreg 

D. C. . 


1st.... 


Ohio..-. 
Pa 

N. Y... 


1st.--- 

17th... 


N.H.... 

Calif---. 

Oreg 

D.C.-.. 


2d 

21st..- 
3d 



N. Y-. 



Va 

N. Y-... 


8th.... 
37th.„ 


Md 


6th...- 


D.C 




D. C... 




N. Y... 

Miss 

Va 

D.C 


"3dV.'.". 
8th.... 


Tex 


8th.... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



17th.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$9, 000 
8.000 
9,000 

8,250 

10, 000 

6,200 

8,000 
8,000 
4,500 
8,250 
(') 

8,000 
1 
8,500 
8,250 
(») 



9,000 
6,200 
5,600 
4,600 



9,000 



10,000 
8,000 



9,000 

8,000 
8,250 
6,500 
6,400 
5,800 
5,600 



William L. Clayton Assistant Secretary of State (Economic Affairs). Tex 8th 9,000 

Edward S. Mason Deputy to the Assistant Secretary Mass 8th 9,000 

• The Department of State issues annually a register in which is given information regarding the official^ 
of the Department and the Foreign Service, and the organization of the Department. The Department also 
publishes a monthly list of foreign diplomatic representatives in the United States, an annual list of foreign 
consular officers in the United States, and a quarterly list of officers in the American Foreign Serv 
ice. These publications are for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office 
Washington, D. C. 

2 Foreign Service officer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 

♦ Former ambassador. 

» Without compensation. 

' Officer in the Foreign Service. 

654092 — 45 6 (67) 



68 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



Offices of the Assistant Sec- 
retaries of State — Con. 



JohB E. Orchard 

Otto W. Schoenfelder. 

Oeorge, L. Warren 

Emile Despres ' 



Nelson A. Rockefeller. 



John C. McClintock... 

Harry W. Frantz 

Martha Dalrymple «. _. 
Thomas H. Englesby ». 



Archibald MacLeish. 

Adlai E. Stevenson.. 

R. Edgar Moore 

Haldore E. Hanson.. 
Charles Q. Poore 



Julius C. Holmes 

Andrew B. Foster '. 
Carter L. Burgess... 



Office of the Legal Adviser 



Green H. Hackworth... 
William W. Bishop, Jr_. 

Frederick M. Diven 

Benedict M. English 

Katherine B. Fite 

Richard W. Flournoy^.. 

Anna A. O'Neill 

Walter E. Pelton 

Lionel M. Summers 

Marjorie M. Whiteman. 
Raymund T. Yingling.. 



Executive Staff Committees 

Secretary's Staff Committee 



Edward R. Stettinius, Jr_ 

Joseph C. Grew « 

Dean Acheson.. 

James Clement Dunn 

William L. Clayton 

Nelson A. Rockefeller 

Archibald MacLeish 

Julius C. Holmes 

Green H. Hackworth 

Leo Pasvolsky 



Coordinating Committee 



Joseph C. Grew 8 

H. Freeman Matthews 2. 
Joseph W. Ballantine 2... 
Loy W. Henderson '" 



Avra M. Warren '. 

Alger Hiss 

Bernard F. Haley.. 
Emilio G. Collado. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary.. 

Execu t i ve A ssist ant 

Adviser on Refugees and Displaced Persons. 
Adviser on German Economic Affairs 



Assistant Secretary of State (American Re- 
public Affairs). 
Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary.. 

do 

Assistant to the Assistant Secretary... 

Acting Executive Officer 



Assistant Secretary of State (Public and Cul- 
tural Relations). 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 



Executive Assistant to the Assistant Secretary. 

Special Consultant 

Assistant Secretary of State (Administration) . 
Executive Assistant to the Assistant Secretary. 
do... 



Legal Adviser ' 

Assistant to the Legal Adviser. 
do _ 



-do. 
.do. 
_do. 



.do. 
-do. 
.do- 
.do. 
.do. 



Secretary of State, Chairman 

Under Secretary of State, Vice Chairman . 

Assistant Secretary of State _.. 

do_. 



do 

do 

do .. 

do 

Legal Adviser 

Special Assistant to the Secretary. 



Under Secretary of State, Chairman 

Director, Office of European Affairs... _.. 

Director, Office of Far Eastern Affairs... 

Director, Office of Near Eastern and African 
Affairs. 

Director, Office of American Republic Affairs. 

Director, Office of Special Political Affairs 

Director, Office of International Trade Policy. 

Director, Office of Financial and Develop- 
ment Policy. 



Legal residence 



State 



2 Foreign Service officer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 
» Without compensation. 

* Officer in the Foreign Service. 

' On detail from Office of Strategic Services. 

' On detail from Office of Inter-American Affairs. 

' Per diem when actually employed. 

'" Minister^to.Iraq. 



N. Y... 
S. Dak. 
Conn.. 

N. Y... 



N. Y. 



Calif.. 




Md 

N. Y..-. 

Mass 


6th_... 
16th... 
3d 


Conn... 




Ill 

Va. 


lOth... 
8th.... 


lU 

D. C... 


9th.... 


Kans 

Pa.. 


2d 


Va 


6th.... 


Ky 




Mich 

Md 

Nebr.... 
N. Y.... 

Md 

D. C... 


2d 

2d 

2d 

26th... 
6th__.. 


D. C... 




Mo 




Ohio.... 
Md 


5th..-. 
2d 



Va _ 


8th_... 


N. H.... 


2d 


Md 


6th.... 


N. Y...- 


17th... 


Tex 


8th. ... 


N. Y... 


24th... 


Conn. . 




Kans 


2d 


Ky 




D. C... 




N. H.... 


2d 


Md 




Mass 


3d 


Colo 


3d 


Md 


5th.... 


Md 





Calif... 

N.Y.... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



19th. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
17th. 



24th. 



8th.. 
26th _ 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



69 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



Executive Staff Com- 
mittees—Continued 

Coordinating Committee— Con 

Charles P. Taft 

John S. Dickey.- 

Monnett B. Davis 2 

John C. Ross 

(Vacancy) 

Michael J. McDermott 

Central Secretariat of the 
Executive Staff Committees 



C. Easton Rothwell 

Charles W. Yost 

H. Merrell Benninghoff 2... 
John F. Oange -.. 

William Adams Brown, Jr. 



Office of European Affairs 



H. Freeman Matthews '. 

John Hickerson 

Hugh S. Cummin;;, Jr... 
Raymond E. Murphy... 

Edward T. WaUes 2 

Harold W. Moseley 

Samuel O. Welles 

Samuel Reber s 



Division of British Common- 
wealth Affairs 



Theodore 0. Achilles 2. 
J. Graham Parsons 2... 

John C. Pool 2 

Patrick Mallon ' 



Division of Eastern European 
Affairs 

Elbridge Durbrow 2 



Division of Central European 
Affairs 



James W. Riddleberger »1. 
Henry P. Leverich 2 



Division of Southern European 
Affairs 



Cavendish W. Cannon 2. 

J. Wesley Jones* 

Cloyce K. Huston 2 



Division of Northern 
European Affairs 



Hugh S. Cumming, Jr. 

John H. Morgan 2 

William C.Trimble 2.. 



Division of Western 
European Affairs 



PaulT. Culbertson 

W. Perry George '. 

James C. H. Bonbright 2_ 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director, Office of Transport and Communi- 
cations Policy. 

Diiector, Office of Public Affairs 

Director, Office of the Foreign Service 

Director, Office of Departmental Administra- 
tion. 

Director, Office of Controls 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 



Executive Secretary 

do 

Assistant Executive Secretary 

Special Assistant to the Executive Secretary. 
do 



Director.... 

Deputy Director 

Executive Officer 

Special Assistant to the Director. 

....do . 

...do 

....do-- -... 

..-.do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do- 

do 



Chief- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Chief.. _-.. 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do.... 



Legal residence 



State 



Ohio... 

Mass... 
Colo... 
Conn.. 



Mass. 



Va.. 

Md. 



Cahf. 
R. I.. 



Md.... 
Tex.... 

Va 

Maine. 
D. C... 
N. Y... 
N. J.... 
D. C... 



D. C. 

N. Y. 
Del... 
Ohio. 



Calif. 



Va... 
N.J. 



Utah, 
lowa. 
Va... 



Va_- 
Md.' 



Md. 
Ala- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



5th. 
2d.. 
3d.. 



7th.. 



8th. 
6th. 



8th. 
1st. 



11th. 
ist.- 
2d... 



37th. 
4th.. 



7th... 



8th. 
8th. 



4th. 



6th... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



(3) 



$8,000 
8,000 
6,000 
6,500 
6,500 



9,200 

8,000 

(») 

8,000 

5,100 

6,500 

6,500 

8,000 



4,600 
4,100 
4,100 
4.500 



5,100 



6,200 
4,500 



5,000 
4,600 
5,000 



8,000 
5,400 
4,500 



8,000 
6,200 
5,100 



2 Foreign Service officer. 

> No additional compensation for this service. 



70 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Far Eastern 
Affairs 

Joseph W. Ballantine ' 


Director 


Mass 

Calif 


3d 


$9,800 


Edwin F. Stanton » 


Deputy Director 


8,200 


George H. Blakeslee. 


Special Assistant to thfe Director 


Mass 

Mass 

Va 

N.J..... 
Conn... 

Calif.... 
Miss 


4th.... 
1st.... 

8th. ... 
11th... 
5th.... 

11th... 


6,500 


Ruth E. Bacon 


Adviser 


5 600 


Division of Chinese Affairs 
John Carter Vincent ' 


Chief 


8,000 


Paul W. Meyer ^ 


Assistant Chief . 


6.000 


Augustus S. Chase ' .. 


do.. 


5,000 


Division of Japanese Affairs 
Erie R. Dickover^.. 


Chief.... 


9,600 


Frank S. Williams' 


Assistant Chief 


7.600 


Beppo R. Johansen ' 


do 


Fla 

N. Y.._. 
D. C... 


1st 

17th... 


4,200 


Division of Southwest Pacific 
Affairs 

Abbot Low Moffat 


Chief 


9,000 


Kenneth P. Landon 


Assistant Chief. 


6,500 


Division of Philippine Affairs 
Frank P. Lockhart ^ 


Chief . 


Tex 

Colo 

Md 

111 

D. C 


3d 

3d 

6th..:. 
2d 


10,000 


Office of Near Eastern and 
African Affairs 

Loy W. Henderson '" _. . 


Director 


10, 000 


George V. Allen 


Deputy Director 


W 


Philip W. Ireland 


Special Assistant to the Director 


6,600 


Robert T. Miller, III. .. 


Chipf Informational T-iqi^on Officer 


6,500 


Division of Near Eastern 
Affairs 

Gordon P. Merriam . . 


Chief 


D. C... 




8,000 


FoyD. Kohler2 


Assistant Chief 


Ohio.... 

N. Y..-. 

Md 

Kans 

Miss 

N. Y.... 
N.J 

Md 

D. C... 


9th.... 
37th... 

6th.... 

1st 

6th.... 

17th... 
10th... 

5th.... 


4,600 


W. Leonard Parker 


do . . .. 


5,600 


Division of Middle Eastern 
Affairs 

George V. Allen 


Chief 


8,000 


Harold B. Minor' 


Assistant Chief-- 


5,000 


Lampton Berry 


Acting Assistant Chief 


5,600 


Division of African Affairs 
Henry S. Villard 


Chief.... 

Assistant Chief .. .. . 


8,000 


Thomas C. Wasson ' 


5,100 


Office of American Republic 
Affairs 

A vra M. Warren « 


Director . 


17,500 






8,250 


Dana Q. Munro... 

Thomas H. Englesby « 

Division of Mexican Affairs 

John Willard Carrigan 2 


Special Adviser 

Acting Executive Officer.- 

Chief 


N. J 

Mass 

Calif.... 


4th.... 
3d 


4,600 
4,300 



' Foreign Service officer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 

* Without compensation. 

6 Officer in the Foreign Service. 

8 On detail from Office of Inter-American Affairs. 

10 Minister to Iraq. 



71 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of American Republic 

Affairs— Continued 

Division of Caribbean and 
Central American Affairs 



William P. Cochran, Jr.'. 
Willard F. Barber 



Division of Brazilian Affairs 



Philip Owen Chalmers. 
Randolph Harrison 2 



Division of River Plate Affairs 



George H. Butler 2. 
Eric C. Wendelin 2. 



Division of North and West 
Coast Affairs 

MUtonK. Wells' 



Division of American Repub- 
lics Analysis and Liaison 



John C. Dreier 

Roland D. Hussey. 
Louis J. Halle, Jr.. 



Office of Special Political 
Affairs 



Alger Hiss 

Harley A. Notter. 



Division of International Or- 
ganization Affairs 



Durward V. Sandifer. 

O. Benjamin Gerig 

Walter M. Kotschnig. 

Max Gideonse 

William Sanders 

Lawrence Preuss 



Division of International Secu- 
rity Affairs 



Joseph E. Johnson... 
Donald C. Blaisdell. 



Division of Dependent Area 
Affairs 



O. Benjamin Gerig. 

Ralph J. Bunche 

James F. Green 



Office of International Trade 
Policy 



Bernard F. Haley 

Leroy D. Stinebower. 
Courtney C. Brown.. 

Leo D. Sturgeon 2 

J. Robert Schaetzel... 



War Areas Economic Divisicm 



Chief 

Acting Assistant Chief. 



Pa.. 
Md. 



Chief.- 

Assistant Chief. 



Md. 
Va.. 



Chief-- 

Assistant Chief- 



Acting Chief. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief in charge of Analysis Section. 
Acting Assistant Chief... 



Okla... 



N. Y 
Calif 
D. C. 



Director. 
Adviser.. 



Chief 

Associate Chief 

Acting Associate Chief- 
Assistant Chief 

Acting Associate Chief.. 
....do 



Acting Chief... 
Associate Chief. 



Chief 

Acting Associate Chief. 
do 



Director 

Deputy Director.. .' 

Acting Adviser 

Adviser on Fisheries 

Special Assistant to the Director. 



Calif., 
Mich. 
D. C. 



Va. 



Livingston T. Merchant. 
Wayne O. Jackson 



Chief 

Associate Chief. 

* Foreign Service officer. 

' No additional compensation for this service. 



N.J.. 

Conn. 



7th. 
6th _ 



6th. 
6th. 



1st.. 
16th. 



Md 




Mass 

Md 

Pa 

Mass 


2d 

6th.... 
8th..-. 


N. J.- •. 




Va 




Mich... 
Mass 


2d 


D. C . 




Pa 

D. C... 


8th.... 


N. Y_... 





8th. 
8th. 



8th.... 



6th. 
4th. 



$5,D00 
6,500 



8,000 
4,600 



7,200 
6,000 



4,500 



8,000 
5,600 
4,600 



8,000 
8,000 



8,000 

6,500 
6,500 
8,000 
8,000 



5,600 
8,000 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 



8,000 
8,000 
9,000 
8,000 
3,800 



8,000 
8,000 



72 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


Va 


5th_... 


N. Y.... 




Wis 


2d 


Kans 


6th.... 


R.I 




Md:.... 


6th.... 


Mich 


2d 


Maine. - 


2d 


D. C-... 




Ohio...- 


12th... 


Md 


5th.... 


N. C... 


6th.-.. 


Ind 


9th.... 


N. C... 


6th.-.- 


Mass 


5th...- 


Mass 




N. Y-... 


26th.„ 


N. Y... 


19th... 


Va 


8th...- 


N.J-_... 


4th...- 


Ga - 


1st 


Mich 


3d 


Calif.... 


4th...- 


Wis 


2d-.... 


Mich.... 


2d 


Calif.... 


20th-.- 


Md 


6th.... 


Mich 


2d 


N.J 


12th... 


N. Y.... 


9th.... 


Ill 


10th..- 


Ohio.... 


7th.--- 


Tex 


15th.. 


D. C . 




Tex 


10th... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of International Trade 

Policy— Continued 

Commodities Division 
Edward O. Cale 

Petroleum Division 
Charles F. Darlington 



Division of Commercial 
Policy 



Charles Bunn 

Honoro Marcel Catudal. 
Woodbury Willoughby--. 
Carl D. Corse 



Vernon L. Phelps. 
James A. Ross, Jr. 

H. Gerald Smith.. 



Vernon E. Bundy 

Merrill C. Gay 

Daniel H. Buchanan. 

Erwin P. Keeler 2 

Robert R. Wilson 



Division of International 
Lahor, Social, .and Health 
Affairs 



Otis E. Mulliken. 
William T. Ham. 



Office of Financial and De- 
velopment Policy 



Emilio G. Collado. 
Frederick Livesey. 
John T. Forbes 



Division of Financial Affairs 



George F. Luthringer. 
Jacques J. Reinstein.. 

Harold R. Spiegel 

James C. Corliss 

James S. Earley. 



Division of Foreign Economic 
Development 



Dudley M. Phelps. 
John Parke Young. 
Oliver C. Lockhart. 
Charles F. Remer... 



Charles F. Knox, Jr. 2. 
Jerome J. Stenger 



Division of Economic Security 
Controls 



Seymour J. Rubin.. 

George W. Baker 

Thomas C. Mann... 
Earl C. Hack worth. 
Covey T. Oliver ".. 



Acting Chief. 



Chief. 



Acting Chief... 

Associate Chief 

do.. 

Assistant Chief in charge of General Com- 
mercial Policy Branch. 
Assistant Chief in charge of European Branch 
Assistant Chief in charge of British Common- 
wealth and Empire Branch. 
Assistant Chief in charge of American Repub- 
lics Branch. 

Special Assistant to the Chief 

Acting Assistant Chief 

Adviser to the Far and Middle Eastern Branch. 
Adviser to the American Republics Branch.. 
Adviser on Commercial Treaties 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Director 

Adviser 

Executive OfQcer. 



Chief 

Acting Associate Chief . 

Assistant Chief 

do 

Adviser on British Commonwealth Financial 

Affairs. 



Chief 

Acting Associate Chief 

Assistant Chief. 

Adviser on Far Eastern Economic Develop- 
ment. 

Adviser on American Republics Economic 
Development. 

Special Assistant on Projects and Programs... 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

do 

do 

Adviser on Enemy Problems. 



* Foreign Service officer. 
" Foreign Service Auxiliary. 



73 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Financial and De- 
velopment Policy — Con. 

Division of Lend-Lease and 
Surplus War Property 
Affairs 



Frank W. Fetter... 
James A. Maxwell. 
Julius F. Franki". 



Chief.... 

Assistant Chief. 
....do. 



Pa... 
Mass. 
Te.x.. 



Office of Transport and 
Communications Policy 



Charles P. Taft 

Robert G. Hooker, Jr. 
Walter A. Radius 



Director 

Special Assistant. 
....do 



Aviation Division 



Stokeley W. Morgan. 

Joe D. Walstrom 

Stephen Latchford... 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Adviser on Air Law. 



Shipping Division 



Jesse E. Saugstad 

L. James Falck 

Henry L. Deimel, Jr. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Adviser on Shipping. 



Telecommunications Division 



Francis Colt de Wolf. 
Harvey B. Otterman. 
George R. Canty -... 



Chief. 

Assistant Chief. 
....do..... 



Office of Public Affairs 



John S. Dickey 

Richard W. Morin 

Charles A. Thomson.. 
James E. McKenna^. 
John E. Peurifoy 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Adviser 

Special Assistant to the Director. 
Assistant to the Director.. 



Dirision of Public Liaison 



Francis H. RusselL 
S. Shepard Jones... 



Chief 

Assistant Chief In charge of Public Attitudes 
Section. 
Chester S. Williams Assistant Chief 



Division of Cultural 
Cooperation 

Bryn J. Hovde 

Raymund L. Zwemer. 

Eugene N. Anderson 

Herschel Brickell 

Willys R. Peck « 

Charles Child 

Harry R. Warfel 

William L. Schurz... 

Interdepartmental Committee 
on Cultural and Scientific 
Cooperation 



Archibald MacLeish.. 

John S. Dickey 

Bryn J. Hovde 

Raymund L. Zwemer. 
Kenneth Mcintosh 



Chief 

Associate Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Assistant Chief in charge of American Re- 
publics Branch. 
Acting Assistant Chief for Far Eastern Branch 
and for Near Eastern Branch. 

Adviser on Art and Music 

Adviser on Libraries and Publications 

Adviser on Cultural .\ttach6s '^ 



Chairman 

Vice Chairman 

do 

Executive Director.. 
Executive Secretary. 



3 Foreign Service OfBcer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 

' Officer in the Foreign Service. 

" Foreign Service Auxiliary. 

iJ Temporarily. 



Ohio. 

Calif. 
Calif. 



N. Y. 

Mo.- 
D. C. 



7th.. 
4th.. 
15th. 



1st.. 
8th.. 
4th.. 



25th. 
9th.. 



N. Y. 

Md . 
Calif. 



R.I.. 
Pa. . 
Mass. 



Mass.. 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 
S. C . 



Mass. 
IMass. 



Calif. 



Pa.... 
Md... 
Md... 
Conn. 



Calif. 



Pa.. 
Md. 
N.J. 



Coim. 
Mass.. 
Pa.... 
Md... 
Nev... 



17th. 
6th _. 
8th.. 



1st... 
81st.. 
lOth. 



5th.. 
1st-. 
1st.. 
10th. 

1st.. 



5th.. 
9th.. 



6th. 
6th. 
4th. 

7th. 



5th.. 
3d... 



5th. 
"6th" 



$S,000 
6,500 
5,600 



9,000 
6,500 
6,500 



9,000 
6,500 
6,500 



8.000 
6, 500 
8,000 



8,000 
6,500 
7,000 



8,250 
8,000 
8,250 
7,400 
6, 500 



8,000 
6,500 



6,500 



8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
6,500 

9,000 

4,600 
4,600 
6,750 



(') 
(?) 
(?) 
Q) 
6,500 



74 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Office of Public Affairs— Con 

Division of International 
Information 



John M. Begg 

H. Kingston Fleming. 



J. Noel Macy. 

Central Translating Division 



Quillermo A. Sure... 
Emerson B. Christie. 



Dvision of Research and 
Publication 



E. Wilder Spaulding. 
Graham H. Stuart.. . 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

Martha L. Gericke... 
Clarence E. Carter... 



Division of Geography and 
Cartography 



Samuel W. Boggs 

OttoE. Guthe. 

Sophia A. Saucerman. 



Office of the Foreign Service 



Monnett B. Davis » 

Selden Chapin 2 

Alan N. Steyne 2 

R. Horton Henry 2 

Bemhard Q. Bcchhoefer. 



Division of Foreiqn Service 
Planning 



Merwin L. Bohan 2. 
Archie M. Palmer... 

E. Paul Tenney 

Lynn W. Meekins 2. 



Division 0/ Foreign Service 
Personnel 



Nathaniel P. Davis 2. 
Robert B. Macatee 2. 
Daniel V. Stapleton.. 



Division of Training Services 
Carol H. Fosters 



Division of Foreign Reporting 
Services 



Merwin L. Bohan 2. 



Division of Foreign Service 
Administration 



Laurence C. Frank... 

Harry A. Havens 

Francis E. Flaherty. . 
Kenneth C. Krentz 2. 



Chief -■- 

Assistant Chief in charge of Area Planning 

Branch. 
Assistant Chief in charge of Media Branch — 



Acting Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Chief .-.- 

Consultant 

Assistant Chief 

do 

Librarian of the Department. 
Editor of Territorial Papers.. 



Chief -. 

Assistant Chief.. . 
Special Assistant. 



Director. .-. 

Deputy Director. 

Executive Assistant to the Director. 

Special Assistant 

do - 



Acting Chief 

Assistant Chief 

do 

Foreign Service Consultant. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do...- 



Chief. 



.do. 



-do. 



Assistant Chief. 

do 

do 



2 Foreign Service officer. 

2 No additional compensation for this service. 

'Per diem when actually employed. 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y. 
Md-- 



N. Y- 



P. R. 
D.C. 



Conn. 
Calif. - 



D.C 



Ohio... 


3d 


Md 

D. C... 


6th.... 


Ill 


2d 


Colo 

D. C... 


2d 


D. C 




Ariz 


At L.. 



Minn.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



18th.. 
2d.... 



1st. 
8th. 



4th.... 



Tex 

Tenn.... 

Md 

Md 


5th.... 

3d 

6th...- 


N.J 

Va. 

Miss 


4th.... 
7th.... 
6th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Tex 


5th.... 


R.I 

N. Y.... 
D.C... 
D.C... 


1st.... 
29th..- 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8,000 
7,500 

6,500 



5,800 
4,200 



7,oon 

(») 



4,800 
5,600 



6,750 
5,800 
4,600 



8,000 
6.200 
4,600 
5,600 



(') 

6,400 
5,600 
8,900 



9,800 
10,000 
6,500 



8,900 



8,000 



8,000 
6,750 
5,800 
5.OO0 



75 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



Office of the Foreign 

Service— Continued 

Despatch Agencies 



Howard Fyfe 

Stephen E. Lato-.. 
Clifford O. Barker. 
Aloysius O. Horan. 



Division of Foreign Buildings 
Operations 



Frederick Larkin 

Leland W. King, Jr. 
Hugh C. McMillan. 



Office of Departmental 
Administration 

John C. Ross 

Harry M. Kurth 

Samuel D. Boykin 

Division of Budget andFinance 

Harry M. Kurth 

Clifford C. Hulse.- 

Division of Management 
Planning 



Frank A. March. 
Wilbur C. Irving. 



Division of Departmental 
Personnel 



Robert E. Ward, Jr. 
W. Pierce MacCoy.. 



Division of Central Services 



Raymond H. Qeist " 

William D. Wright 

Paul T. Meyer 

Q. Harold Keatley 

Capt. Frank C. deBeaulieu ". 
Millard L. Kenestrick.. 



Division of Cryptography 



Comdr. Lee W. Parke i'. 

David A. Salmon 

Major James G. Moak ". 



Division of Coordination 
and Review 



Blanche R. Halla. 
Sarah D. Moore... 
Helen L. Daniel... 



Division of Protocol 



Stanley Woodward. 
Raymond D. Muir. 



Division of International 
Conferences 

Warren Kelchner 

Clarke L. Willard 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Despatch Agent, New York 

Despatch Agent, New Orleans 

Despatch Agent, Miami.. 

Acting Despatch Agent, San Francisco 



Chief.. 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



Director.. 

Deputy Director. 
Executive Officer, 



Chief and Budget Officer of the Department. 
Assistant Chief 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Chief... 

Associate Chief. 
Assistant Chief. 
....do..-. 



.do. 
.do. 



Chief 

Advisor 

Assistant Chief- 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



Chief 

Ceremonial Officer. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y- 
N. Y. 
R. I.. 
Calif. 



Mich.. 
Ariz... 
Mich-- 



Conn 

Md 

Md 

Md 

Ohio--.. 



Pa 

Md 


17th... 
6th.... 


S. C 

S. c 


4th.-.. 
4th.... 


Ohio.... 
Md 


21st... 


N.J....- 
Pa 


11th. .. 
23d.... 


Ind 


4th.... 


Md 

Conn 

Va 


6th.... 
4th-.-. 
8th.... 


D. C 




N. Y.... 
Va 


42d.... 
8th.... 


Pa 

D. C... 


7th.... 


Pa 

D. C... 


15th... 



2 Foreign Service officer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 
13 On detail from the War Department. 

i< See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

" On detail from the Navy Department. 

!• See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



6th... 
At L. 
6th... 



3d.. 
6th. 
6th. 



6th.. 
12th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$7, 000 
3,600 
3,600 
(3) 



8,500 
6,500 
4,600 



8,250 

(3) 

6,500 



8,000 
6,500 



9,000 
6,500 



6,500 
5,600 



8,400 

8,000 

5,600 

4,600 

Q*i 

5,600 



(1.) 
6,400 



6,600 
3,900 
3,400 



8,000 
5,600 



8,500 
6,750 



76 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 



OflBce of Controls 
(Vacancy) 



Passport Division 



Ruth B. Shipley 

John J. Scanlan.. 

F. Virginia Alexander. 



Passport Agencies 



James J. Hughes. -- 
Harry P. Berliner.. 
Matthew C. Earle_ 
Clifford O. Barker. 

Joseph Seller 

Harry H. Bolds.... 
Aloysius O. Horan. 



John L. Barton 

Visa Divinon 

Howard K. Travers 2_ 

Eliot B. Coulter 

Sidney A. Belovsky 2, 
Robert C. .\lexander. 

Marjorie Moss 

Edwin B. Earnest 



Special War Problems 
Division 



Edwin A. Plitt 2 

Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr. 
( Vacancy) 



E. Tomlin Bailey 2-... 

Eldred D. Kuppinger. 
Gilson G. Blake 2 



Division of Foreign 
Activity Correlation 



Frederick B. Lvon ... 

Jack D. Neal..! 

Herbert J. Cummings. 

Lloyd D. Yates 

Robert D. Longyear.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director. 



Chief. 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



Passport Agent, New York 

Assistant Passport Agent, New York 

do 

Passport Agent, Miami 

Assistant Passport Agent, Miami 

Passport Agent, San Francisco .. 

Assistant Passport Agent and Acting Des- 
patch Agent, San Francisco. 
Assistant Passport Agent, San Francisco 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 
do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief in charge of Executive Branch. 
Assistant Chief in charge of Representation 

Br^.nch. 
Assistant Chief in charge of Prisoners of War 

and Internee Branch. 
Assistant Chief in charge of Relief Branch... 
Assistant Chief in charge of Public Assistance 

Branch. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



.do. 



.\cting Assistant Chief. 



Legal residence 



State 



Md 


5th.... 


V> 


c 




D 


C... 




N 


Y.... 




N 


Y.... 




N 


Y.... 




R. 


I 


1st...- 


N 


Y . 




D. 


C 




Calif... 




N 


J 




N. 


Y... 


26th.-. 


Ill 




7th...- 


N. 


Y.... 


37th... 


Tenn.... 


7th.... 


D. 


C 




Md 


6th... 


Md 


2d 


Pa 





17th... 



Wash. 



Ohio. 
Md.. 



Mich. 
Tex. 
Pa-- 
D. C. 
D. C. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st.. 
12th. 



2d... 
11th. 
32d.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8,000 
6,500 
4,800 



4,800 
2,700 
2,700 

(3) 

2,700 
4,100 
3,300 

3,200 



8,200 
6,750 
5,000 
5,800 
4,000 
4,600 



7,200 
6,500 



6,500 
6,000 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



2 Foreign Service officer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE— BOARDS 
BOARD OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL 



Julius C. Holmes 

Dean Acheson 

Nelson A. Rockefeller 

Wayne C. Taylor 

Leslie A. Wheeler 



Assistant Secretary of State; Chairman 

Assistant Secretary of State 

do 

Under Secretary of Commerce 

Director, Office of Foreign Agricultural Rela- 
tions, Department of Agriculture. 



' No additional compensation for this service. 



77 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR THE FOREIGN SERVICE 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 




Assistant Secretary of State; Chairman 






(') 




Assistant Secretary of State 






(') 


Nelson A. Rockefeller 


do ... 






(') 


Wayne C. Taylor 


Under Secretary of Commerce 


• 




(0 




Director, Office of Foreign Agricultural Rela- 
tions, Department of Agriculture. 
Director, OfHce of the Foreign Service 






(') 


Monnett B. Davis > 






(') 


Nathaniel P. Davis ^ 


Chief, Division of Foreign Service Personnel. . 






(') 


Lawson A. Moyer 


Chief Examiner, Civil Service Commission . 






(') 













' No additional compensation for this service. 
2 Foreign Service officer. 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS' TRAINING SCHOOL BOARD 



Julius C. Holmes 

Dean Acheson 

Nelson A. Rockefeller. 

Wayne C. Taylor 

Leslie A. Wheeler 



Monnett B. Davis >. 



Nathaniel P. Davis '. 
Carol H. Foster J 



Assistant Secretary of State; Chairman 

Assistant Secretary of State 

. ...do 

Under Secretary of Commerce 

Director, Office of Foreign Agricultural Rela- 
tions, Department of Agriculture. 

Director, Office of the Foreign Service, Depart- 
ment of State. 

Chief, Division of Foreign Service Personnel, 
Department of State. 

Acting Director, Foreign Service Officers' 
Training School, Department of State. 



' No additional compensation for this service. 
2 Foreign Service officer. 



FOREIGN SERVICE BUILDINGS COMMISSION 



Sol Bloom 

Edward R. Stettinius, Jr 
Henry Morgenthau, Jr._. 

Henry A. Wallace 

Tom Connally 

Hiram W. Johnson 

Charles A. Eaton 

Frederick Larkin 



Representative from New York; Chairman... 

Secretary of State. _ 

Secretary of Treasury 

Secretary of Commerce 

Senator from Texas 

Senator from California 

Representative from New Jersey 

Chief, Division of Foreign Buildings Opera- 
tions, Department of State, E.vecutive Secre- 
tary. 



(0 
(') 
(') 
(1) 
(') 
(') 
(1) 
(') 



1 No additional compensation for this service. 

BOARD OF APPEALS ON VISA CASES 



Robert J. Bulkley 

Milton J. Helmick 

Robert K. Gooch ... ... 


Chairman. 

Member 

Alternate Member _. 

Secretary 


Ohio.... 
N. Mex. 

Va 

Maine 


22d.... 

'ith""" 


$10,000 
10, 000 
7,500 


Elizabeth C. Hardy. 


2,700 









78 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE— RELATED AGENCIES 
COMMITTEE FOR RECIPROCITY INFORMATION 





OrFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Lynn R. Edminstfer 

Charles Bunii... 


Vice Chairman, U. S. Tariff Commission; 
Chairman. 

Acting Chief, Division of Commercial Policy, 
Department of State. 

Director of Monetary Research and Assistant 
to the Secretary, Treasury Department. 

Director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic 
Commerce, Department of Commerce. 

Foreign Trade Adviser to the Director, Office 
of Foreign Agricultural Relations, Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 

Executive Secretary 


HI 

Wis.'.... 

WHs 

Pa 

Pa 

Mont... 


16th. _. 

2d 

8th.... 
22d_... 
19th... 

1st.... 




Harry D. White 




Amos E. Taylor 

George B. L. .\rner 

Edward Yardley 


$6, 760 









• No additional compensation for this service. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC FOREIGN POLICY 



William L. Clayton 
Edward S. Mason.. 

Leslie A. Wheeler.. 

Amos E. Taylor 

.Albert F. Hinrichs. 

Oscar B. Ryder 

James W. Angell... 

Robert M. Carr 



Assistant Secretary of State; Chairman 

Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of State; 
Vice Chairman. 

Director, Office of Foreign Agricultural Re- 
lations, Department of Agriculture. 

Director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic 
Commerce, Department of Commerce. 

Acting Commissioner of Labor Statistics, De- 
partment of Labor. 

Chairman, U. S. Tariff Commission 

Assistant Administrator, Foreign Economic 
Administration. 

Executive Secretary 



Tex 

Mass 


8th.... 
8th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Pa 


22d.... 


R. I 


2d 


Va 

N. Y.... 


8th.... 
25th... 


Va 


8th.... 



(') 
(') 

0) 

(') 

(') 

(«) 
(') 

$8, 000 



' No additional compensation for this service. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION— UNITED STATES, ALASKA, 

AND CANADA 



United States Section 

(Vacancy) 

Jesse Hill 

Nelson W. Smith 

Edgar A. Klapp 

Canadian Section 

Noel J. Ogilvie 

George H. McCallum 



Commissioner 

Engineer to the Commission. 

Geodetic Engmeer 

Secretary 



Commissioner, O ttawa 

Engineer to the Commission, Ottawa. 



Calif.... 

N. Y.... 
Miss 



8th. 
32d. 
7th. 



$5, 800 
4,600 
3,900 



1 Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 



79 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION— UNITED STATES AND 

MEXICO 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


United States Section 

Lawrence M. Lawson 

Culver M. Ainsworth 

George H. Winters > 


Commissioner, El Paso, Tex 

Consulting Engineer, El Paso, Tex 

Secretary, El Paso, Tex _.. 


Tex 

Tex 

Kans - 


16th... 
16th._. 


$10,000 
6,500 
7,000 


Mervin B. Moore - - 


Administrative Officer and Chief Clerk, El 

Paso, Tex. 
Counsel, El Paso, Tex 


Tex 

Tex 


16th-.. 
16th... 


4,600 




4,800 


Mexican Section 

Rafael FerntadezMacGregor 


Commissioner, Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 


(') 


Joaquin C. Bustamante -. . 


Consulting Engineer— Boundaries, Juarez, 
Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Consulting Engineer-Waters, Juarez, Chihua- 
hua, Mexico. 

Secretary, Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 






(«) 


Jesus Franco Urlas . . 






(') 


Horacio Gil de Partearroyo. .. 






(') 


Fernando Rivas 


Assistant Secretary, Juarez, Chihuahua, Mex- 
ico. 






(!) 











' Foreign Service officer. 

» Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 



INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION 



United States Section 



A. Owsley Stanley 

Roger B. McWhorter. 

(Vacancy) 

Jesse B. Ellis _. 



Canadian Section 



Charles Stewart 

J. N. Perrault 

(Vacancy) 

Lawrence J. Burpee- 



Chairman 

Commissioner. 

do 

Secretary 



Chairman, Ottawa 

Commissioner, MontreaL 

do.. 

Secretary, Ottawa 



Ky.. 
Ala. 



Mo. 



2d.. 
8th. 



9th. 



$7,500 
(') 
W 
5,400 



(') 



1 Compensation paid by Federal Power Commission. 

2 An appointment carrying no pay from Commission. 

3 Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 

JOINT MEXICAN— UNITED STATES DEFENSE COMMISSION 



United States Section 

Vice Admiral A.W.Johnson, 


Chairman. 






(1) 


U. S. N. (retired). 
Maj. Gen. Guy V. Henry, 


Senior Army Member . 






(') 


U. S. A. 

Mexican Section 

Maj. Gen. Francisco Castillo 


Chief.. 






(3) 


Najera. 
Brig. Gen. Luis Alamillo 


Subchief 






9) 


Flores. 











1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

3 Compensation paid by Mexican Government. 



80 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 

NATIONAL MUNITIONS CONTROL BOARD 



Edward R. Stettinius, Jr 
Henry Morgenthau, Jr... 

Henry L. Stimson _. 

James V. Forrestal 

Henry A. Wallace 

Joseph C. Green 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Secretary of State; Chairman 

Secretary of the Treasury 

Secretary of War _ - 

Secretary of Navy 

Secretary of Commerce 

Adviser on Arms and Munitions Control, 
Department of State; Executive Secretary. 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



(') 
(') 
(0 
(') 
(•) 
(') 



1 No additional compensation for this service. 

ANGLO-AMERICAN CARIBBEAN COMMISSION 



United States Section 



Charles W. Taussig 

Rexford G. Tugwell 

Coert du Bois 2 

Sidney de la Rue 

John H. Fuqua 

Chauncey L. Simering. 



British Section ^ 

Sir John S. Macpherson. 

(Vacant, temporarily ).., 
E. Stanley Pembleton... 



U. S. Co-Chairman 

Governor of Puerto Rico; Member- 
Member 

Special Assistant to the Chairman. 

do : 

Acting Executive Secretary 



British Co-Chairman, Barbados, British West 
Indies. 

Washington Resident Member 

Executive Secretary 



N. Y. 



Calif. 
D. C. 
Ill__.- 
N. Y. 



2d_.. 
17th. 



(•) 
(') 
$10,000 
8,000 
6,500 
5,600 



(«) 



1 Without compensation. 

2 Foreign Service othcer. 

3 No additional compensation for this service. 

4 One member to be appointed ad hoc according to problems under consideration. 
6 Compensation paid by British Government. 

AMERICAN-MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION 



Edgar E.Witt 

Charles McLaughlin_._ 
Samuel Marshall Gold. 
John Maktos 

William H. King 

James A. Langston 



C hairman _ _ _ _ 

Member 

_-,.do : 

General C ounsel 

Associate Counsel 

Secretary and Attorney. 



Tex 

Nebr..-. 
N. Y.... 
Mich.... 


11th... 
2d...__ 

17th... 


Utah.... 
Tex 


2d_..-_ 
5th.... 



$10,000 
10,000 
10, 000 
8,000 
6,500 
5,000 



81 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Continued 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Director General.— "Leo S. Rowe. 
Assistant Director.— Pedro de Alba. 
Counselor.— W iUiam Manger. 
Foreign Trade Adriser. — Rosa Keatley. 
Treasurer.— Lov;e]\ Curtiss. 
Chief C/«rft.— William V. Griffin, 
iiftrarmn.— Janeiro V. Brooks. 

The Pan American Union (formerly International Bureau of the American Republics) is the official in- 
ternational organization of all the republics of the Western lieinisphore, founded and maintained by them 
for the purpose of exchanging mutually useful information and fostering commerce, intercourse, friendship, 
and peace. It is supported through their joint contribution, each nation annually paying that part of the 
budget of expenses which its population bears to the total population of all the republics. Its general control 
is vested in a governing board made up of the representatives in Washington of all the Latin-American gov- 
ernments and the Secretary of State of the United States. It is strictly international in its scope, purpose, 
and control, and each nation has equal authority in its administration. The Pan American Union occupies 
and owns a monumental building on extensive grounds in Washington, D. C, overlooking the White 
House park. 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 

Director.— Surg. Gen. Hugh S. Gumming (retired), United States Public Health Service. 

Assistant Director.— "Dr. John R. Alurdock. 

Secretary and editor. — Dr. Aristides A. Moll. 

Vice Director.— Dt. Jorge Bejarano, Bogota, Colombia. 

Counselors.— Dt. Victor Amoldo Sutter, San Salvador, El Salvador; Dr. Enrique Claveaux, Montevideo, 
Uruguay. 

Honorary members, directing council.— Dt. Joao de Barros Barreto, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Dr. Carlos 
Enrique Paz Soldan, Lima, Peru; Dr. Luis Gaitin, Guatemala, Guatemala; Dr. Manuel Martinez Baez, 
Mexico City, Mexico. 

Members.— T>T. Ramon Prieto, Asuncion, Paraguay; Dr. Jules Thebaud, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Dr. Pedro 
H. Ordonez-Diaz, Tegucigalpa, Honduras; Dr. C. Estevez, Guatemala, Guatemala; Dr. Felix Veintemillas, 
La Paz, Bolivia; Dr. L. F. Thomen, Ciudad Trujillo, Domhiican Republic; Dr. Gouzalez-Revilla, Panama, 
Panama. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

SECRETARY 

HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., OF NEW YORK 
Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of the Secretary 



Daniel W. Bell...- 

Edward F. Bartelt 

Herbert E. Gaston 

Harry D. White 

John W. Pehle 

Roy Blough 

Ansel F. Luxford 

Josiah E. DuBois, Jr 

Edwin B. Fussell 

Henriettas. Klotz 

Charles S. Bell 

Charles R. Schoeneman. 



Pa«il McDonald. 



Theodore F. Wilson. 
Elmer L. Irey 



William T. Heffelflnger. 
Edward D. Batchelder.. 



Frank F. Dietrich 

Walter F. Frese 

Chas. P. Shaeffer 

Francis C. Rose 

Frank A. Birgfeld 

Gabrielle E. Forbush. 
Denzil A. Right 



Bureau of Accounts 

Office of the Commissioner 

Robert W. Maxwell 

Gilbert L. Cake. 

Joseph Oreenberg 

George E. Jones 

Austin M. Nisonger 

Stephen P. Gerardi 

Albert R. Loxley 

Harold A. Ball 

Wallace E. Barker, Jr 

Financial Reports 
Subdivision 

Leonard A. Ritchie 



Division of Bookkeeping 
AND Warrants 



Joseph A. Woodson 

Liaison and Regulations 
Staff 

Boyd A. Evans 



Under Secretary 

Fiscal Assistant Secretary. 

Assistant Secretary 

...do 

Assistant to the Secretary 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 

Administrative Assistant to the Secretary 

Technical Assistant to the Secretary, and 

Budget Officer. 
Assistant Administrative Assistant to the Sec- 
retary. 

Director of Personnel — 

Chief Coordinator, Treasury Enforcement 

Agencies. 
Assistant to the Fiscal Assistant Secretary — 
Executive Assistant to the Fiscal Assistant 
Secretary. 

do . 

do 

Director of Public Relations 

Executive Assistant to Assistant Secretary — 

Chief Clerk 

Chief, Secretary's Correspondence Division... 
Superintendent of Treasury Buildings 



Commissioner 

Associate Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner- 

Chief Accountant 

Investigator (Business Administration) (Mem- 
orial Commissioners' Technical Planning 
and Advisory Staff). 

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner 

Fiscal Accountant (Chief Auditor) 

Fiscal Accountant 

Administrative Assistant to the Commissioner. 



Chief. 



.do. 



Fiscal Accountant. 



Ill 


20th..- 


111 


15th..- 


N. Y.... 


28th... 


Md 


6th.... 


Nebr.... 


2d 


Ohio.... 


1st 


Minn 


4th.... 


N. J....- 


1st 


Wash... 


1st 


N. Y.... 


23d...- 


Conn... 


3d 


R.I 


2d 


Ga 


9th.... 


D. C... 




Mo 


5th.... 


D. C 




N. H.... 


1st 


N. Y.... 


21st... 


Ill 


19th.-. 


Md 


6th..-. 


D. C... 




Md 


5th-..- 



N. Y-. 
W. Va. 



Nebr. 
D. C. 
N. Y. 
Pa... 
Ohio. 



D. C. 

N. Y. 
Mich. 
Va... 



Md. 



Ga. 



La. 



17th. 
2d... 



6th.. 
6th.. 
12th. 



3d... 
6th.. 
3d... 



6th... 



2d. 



$10, 000 
10,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
8,000 
7,250 
8,250 
8,250 

6,500 

8,000 
9,000 

8,250 
7,000 

7,000 
6. 500 
6,500 
6,000 
6,400 
5,000 
4,600 



8,000 
8,000 
6,750 
6,500 
5,600 



5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,000 



5,600 



5,000 



(82) 



83 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of Accounts — Con. 
Division of Deposits 



Bernard M. Mulvihill. 



Chief. 



Section of Investments 

Eugene P. O'Daniel — 

Section of Surety Bonds 
Harry R. Schwalm... 



-do. 



Treasury Budgetary 
Section 



George H. Jones... — 

Division of Disbursement 



Guy F. Allen. 

Emmett J. Brennan. 

Leonard Nelson 

Mrs. Ada C. Love... 
JohnH. Fritts 



Assistant Disbursing Offi- 
cers in Charge of Re- 
gional Offices 

Clarence E. Evans 

Don Der 

Loren W. Looker 

William W . Weldon 

Clifton A. Wood 

Thayus A. Dillon 

William S. Hanley 

John W. Reynar 

Roy E. Waters -.. 

Thomas H. Daley 

Edward L. Hlinak... 

Arthur H. Holland 

Harry Rogers 

Lea Testin 

Joseph A. Abbott 

Eugene A. Hudson 

Edwin L. Julian 

Peter J. Carney 

Harold D . Mcintosh 

Arthur O. Wahlers 

Laurence V. Witcombe 

Richard H. Zohm 

Harry G. Hough 

Charles E. Gordon 

S. Daniel Putnam. 

Edward J. Shaner 

Lee W. Thuma.. 

Dee W. Herron 

Liquidation Division 

Furniss L. Parnell 

Interdepartmental War 
Savings Bond Committee 



Edward F. Bartelt.... 

Charles A. Mead 

John Wesley Clark 

Charles C. C raver, Jr. 
Leigh E. Ore 



.do. 



Chief Disbursing Officer 

Assistant Chief Disbursing Officer 

Regional Assistant Disbursing Officer- 
Chief, Field Operations -.. 

Chief Accountant 



D. C 



Mo 


1st.... 


Pa - 


13th... 


111 


21st... 


D. C . 




Mass.... 

Wis 

D. C... 


9th.... 
2d 



Chungking, China 

New York, N. Y 

Kansas City, Mo 

Chicago, 111 -. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

London, England 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Dallas, Tex 

New Orleans, La 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Francisco, Calif 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Denver, Colo 

Richmond, Va 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Portland, Oreg 

Boston, Mass... 

Helena, Mont 

San Juan, P. R ... 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Honolulu, Hawaii... _ 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Diablo Heights, Canal Zone... 
Juneau, Alaska 

Liquidation Officer 



Chairman 

Executive Secretary 

Defense Securities Promotion Specialist. 

do 

Advertising Specialist 



N. C. 



Colo... 
N. Y.,., 
Ohio... 

lU 

Ga 

Ind 

Calif... 
N. C... 

Tex 

La 

Mo 

Oreg... 
Calif.... 
Minn.. 
N. Mex. 
Colo... 
Tenn... 

Pa 

Iowa 

Oreg — 

Pa 

Mont... 
Wyo.... 
Utah.... 
Vt 



Md.... 
Idaho.. 



S.C. 



HI.... 

N. Y_ 
Del.. 
Mo.. 
D. C. 

> Fiscal Assistant Secretary, Treasury Department. No additional compensation. 



5th. 



1st.-. 
23d-.. 
22d.-. 
3d.... 
5th... 



15th-_ 
10th- 
5th..- 
2d.... 
12th.. 
1st-.. 
15th- 
5th... 
AtL. 
1st... 
1st... 
6th... 
5th... 
3d.-. 
26th.. 
Ist... 
AtL- 
2d-.-. 
2d.... 
6th... 
2d._.. 
2d.... 



6th.. 



15th.- 
1st... 
AtL. 
4th... 



$4,800 



6,000 



4,800 



5,600 



8,000 
6,500 
5,800 
4,800 
5,600 



5,600 
5,000 
5.000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,400 
4,400 
4,400 
4,400 
4,400 
4,200 
4,200 
4,200 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,900 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,600 



6,500 



(') 

6,400 

5,800 

5,600 

5,600 



654092 — 45- 



84 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Committee on Practice 
G. C. Hanna 



Comptroller of the Currency 



Preston Delano 

H. Lee Post 

William A. Kane 

Thomas B. Bentley. 
W. Edwin Smith.. _ 



Bureau of Customs 



William R. Johnson. 
Frank Dow 

Glenn H. Griffith... 



Edson J. Shamhart. 
A. Sidney Johnson.. 



Robert Chambers 

Charles Stevenson... 

Fred W. Gast 

John F. Williams 

Henry M. Anderson . 
Norbert G. Strub 



Collectors of Customs 



Joseph T. Sylvester 

Harold W. Wallace (Acting). 

William H. Burke, Jr 

Louis T. Rocheleau 

Fannie D. Welch 

Leo E. Trombly 

Austin J. Mahoney 

Ross E. Brown 

Harry M. Durning 

A. Raymond Raff 

Elaine Beadling 

Gilbert A. Dailey 

Alexander H. Bell... 

John Bright Hill 

William J. Storen. 

Howell Cone 

Allie J. Angle 

Joseph H. Lyons 

A. Miles Pratt 

Victor Russell 

Fred C. Pabst 

Harry P. Hornby 

Harris Walthall 

William B. George 

Wirt O. Bowman 

Win. Jennings Bryan, Jr 

Paul R. Leake 

Nan Wood Honeyman 

Saul Haas . 

James J. Connors 

R. L. Shivers 

William H. Bartley.. 

John O'Keefe 

Agnes M. Hodge 

Clara E. Sarvela 

Henry V. Schwalbach 

Martin R. Bradley... 

Joseph A. Ziemba 

Alden H. Baker 

Bernice Pyke 

Harry M. Brennan. 

Abe b. Waldauer 

James R. Wade 

Raymond Miller.. 

Jean Springstead Whittemore. 
Carl L. Root 



Chairman. 



Ind. 



Comptroller of the Currency 

Chief, Organization Division 

Chief, Statistical Division 

Assistant Chief, Organization Division. 
Assistant Chief, Statistical Division 



Commissioner of Customs 

Assistant Commissioner 

Acting Deputy Commissioner, Tariff and 

Marine .Administration. 
Deputy Commissioner, Investigations and 

Patrol. 
Deputy Commissioner, Fiscal Administra- 
tion. 

Chief Counsel 

Supervisor of Appraisers 

Chief, Engineering and Weighing 

Chief, Laboratories 

Chief, Personnel. 

Chief, Training 



Mass., 
Minn. 
N.J... 
Pa.... 
Kans.. 



D. C. 
Md.. 
Ohio. 



Term. 
Ky.... 



Md.. 
N. Y. 
Mo.. 
Md-. 
D. C. 
Ala.. 



District and Location 



1 — Portland, Maine 

2— St. Albans, Vt 

4— Boston, Mass 

5 — Providence, R. I 

6 — Bridgeport, Conn 

7 — Ogdensburg, N. Y 

8— Rochester, N. Y 

9— Buffalo, N. Y 

10— New York, N. Y 

11— Philadelphia, Pa 

12— Pittsburgh, Pa 

13— Baltimore, Md 

14— Norfolk, Va 

15— Wilmington, N. C 

16— Charleston, S. C 

17 — Savannah, Ga 

18— Tampa, Fla 

19— Mobile, Ala _. 

20 — New Orleans, La 

21— Port Arthur, Tex 

22— Galveston, Te.x 

23— Laredo, Tex 

24— El Paso, Tex._.. 

25— San Diego, Calif.. 

2(5 — Nogales, Ariz 

27 — Los Angeles, Calif 

28 — San Francisco, Cahf 

29— Portland, Oreg 

30— Seattle, Wash 

31^Juneau, Alaska. 

32— Honolulu, T. H 

33— Great Falls, Mont 

34— Pembina, N. Dak 

35 — M inneapolis, Minn 

36— Duluth, Minn 

37 — M ilwaukee. Wis 

38— Detroit, Mich 

39— Chicago, 111... 

40 — Indianapolis, Ind 

41 — Cleveland, Ohio 

42— Louisville, Ky 

43 — Memphis, Tenn 

45— St. Louis, Mo 

47 — Denver, Colo. 

49— San Juan, P. R 

51— Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, V. I. 



Maine.. 
Vt 



R. I.- 

Conn. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 

Pa... 
Pa... 
Md.. 
Va... 
N. C. 

s. c. 

Ga.._ 
Fla... 
Ala.. 
La... 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 



Calif... 

Ariz 

Calif... 
Calif.... 
Oreg... 
Wash... 
Alaska. 
T. H.... 
Mont.. 
N. Dak. 
Minn.. 



Wis 

Mich... 

111. 

Ind 

Ohio.... 

Ky 

Tenn... 

Mo 

Colo... 
P. R... 
Ohio... 



7th.... 



15th.. 
5th... 
4th... 
12th.. 
3d.... 



6th. 
3d.. 



3d.... 
40th.. 
10th.. 
6th... 



1st- 



1st... 
AtL. 



2d.... 
2d.... 
31st.. 
39th.. 



23d.. 

7th.. 
25 th. 
5th.. 



7th... 
1st... 
1st... 
ist... 
ist... 
1st... 
2d.... 
7th... 
21st.. 



20th.. 
AtL. 
16th.. 
3d.... 
3d.... 
1st... 



2d.... 
.\tL. 
3d.... 



5th.- 
11th. 
7th.. 
6th.. 
22d.. 
3d... 
9th.. 
9th.. 
3d... 



22d. 



85 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of Customs — Con. 



Appraisers of Merchan- 
dise 



James M. Moody 

Garth E. Bingham 

James L. Dunn 

John T. Repan 

Edward F. Curley...' 

Ralph J. Chilton A... 

Harold A. King 

Edwin J. Cannon 

John H. Flynn 

Andrew C. McQueen 

Sylvester P. Burr (Acting).. 

H. Galean Rineer 

Elhert H. Overbay 

Robert E. O'Connor 

Lester D. Johnson.. _. 

Angel J. Ramirez 

Harry L. Bower 

William N. McAskill 

Joseph L. Kleinnian 

Byron Kinkade (Acting) 

George B. Parks.. _ 

George R. Gulick 

Paul H. Watson 

Thaddeus L. Walton 

Alan J. Elwell 

Leslie F. Brewer (Acting) 

Benjamin C. Arnold 

Roy n. Fox 

Harvey E. Clausing (Acting) 

Theodor Hurwitz 

William Hannan 

Roy E. Mericle 

Richard J. Ulrich 

Emilio J. Pasarell . 



Comptrollers of Customs 



Charles P. Murphy 

Arthur A. Quinn 

Charles I. LafTerty 

Harry L. Robinson (Acting). 

John J. Kennedy 

Howard W. Morris 

Thomas Temple Hoyne 



Surveyor of Customs 
Harry T. Foley 



Director, Customs Infor- 
mation Exchange 

Charles B. Webb 



Supervising Customs 
Agents 

Lawrence Fleishman 

John W. Roberts 

Frederick R. Proctor 

Charles E. Wyatt 

Chester A. Emerick 

Ernest W. Beaton 

William J . Harmon 

Frederick H. Gardner 

Martin G. Scott (Acting).. 

Treasury Attaches 

Maxwell C. Northup 



Disirki nnd Location 



1— Portland, Maire 

2— St. Albans, Vt 

4 — Boston, Mass... 

5 — Providence, R. P.- .. 

6— Bridgeport, Conr 

7 — Ogdensburg, N. Y 

8 — Rochester, N.Y. 

9— Buffalo, K. Y 

10— New York, N. Y 

11— Philadelphia, Pa 

12— Pittsburgh, Pa 

13— Baltirrore, Md 

14— Norfolk, Va 

17 — Savannah, Ga 

18— Miami, Fla 

20 — New Orleans, La 

22— Galveston, Tex 

23— Laredo, Tex 

24— El Paso, Tex 

2,5— San Diego, Calif 

26 — Nogales, Ariz 

27^Los Angeles, Calif 

28 — San Francisco, Calif. 

29— Portland. Oreg 

30— Seattle, Wash 

32— Honolulu, T. H 

35 — Minneajiolis, Minn.. 

36— IvuUith. Minn 

37 — Milwaukee, Wis 

38— Detroit, Mich 

39— Chicago, 111 

41— Cleveland, Ohio. 

45— St. Louis, Mo 

49— San Juan, P. R 



District and Location 



4 — Boston, Mass 

10— New York, N. Y_... 

11— Philadelphia, Pa 

13— Baltimore, Md 

20 — New Orleans, La 

28— San Francisco, Calif. 
39— Chicago, 111 



District and Location 
10— New York, N. Y 



District and Location 
New York, N. Y 



District and Location 

1 — Boston, Mass _. 

2— New York, N. Y 

5 — Baltimore, Md.. 

6— Miami, Fla 

7 — New Orleans, La 

9— Chicago, 111 

10— El Paso, Tex 

14 — San Francisco, Calif 

15— Seattle, Wash 

District and Location 

19 — Montreal, Canada 



Maine.. 

Vt 

Mass... 
R.I—. 
Conn... 
N.Y... 
N. Y._- 
N. Y... 
N. Y .. 

Pa 

Pa 

Md.... 

Va 

Ga 

Cahf... 

La 

Tex 

Tex 

Ariz 

CaW... 

Ariz 

Cahf... 
Calif... 
Oreg... 
Wash.. 
T. H... 
Calif... 
Minn.. 
Wis.-.. 
Mich... 

Ill 

Ohio ._ 
Mo . . . 
P. R... 



N. J.. 

N.J.. 
Md.. 
Miss. 
Calif. 

ni..__ 



N.Y. 



N.J. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Md.. 
Mich. 
Calif.. 
lU.... 
Fla... 
Calif.. 
Va... 



1st... 
AtL. 
8th. _. 
Ist... 
4th... 
31st.. 
39th.. 
40th.. 



5th- 



2d.. 
9th _ 
Ist. 
8th_ 



8th..- 
15th.. 
At L. 



AtL. 
10th- _ 
6th--- 
3d_..- 

1st..- 



10th. 
8th- 
6th-. 
7th-- 
2d--. 
22d.- 
10th _ 



5th. 
2d.. 
2d-. 
6th. 
5th. 
9th. 



24th. 



9th... 



40th. 
24th. 
2d--- 
6th.. 



N.Y. 



10th- 
1st.. 
16th. 
8th.. 



32d. 



$3, 200 
3, 500 
5.600 
3,200 
3.200 

3, 500 
3,500 

4, 600 
8,250 

5, 600 
3,200 
4,600 
3,800 
3,200 
3,800 
4,600 

3, ^m 

3, 600 
3, 500 
3,200 
3,200 
5. 000 
5, 600 
3, 800 
4.600 
3, 500 
3,200 
3,200 
3, 500 
4,600 
5. 000 
3,800 
3,900 
3,800 



5,600 
9,000 
6,200 
5.600 
6,200 
4,600 
6,200 



9,000 



5,400 



5, 600 
6,500 
6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,800 

6, .500 
5,600 



4,800 



86 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Customs — Con. 



Treasury Representa- 
tives IN Charge 



Charles H. Clark... 
Sidney J. Kennedy. 



U. S. Customs Patrol, Dis- 
trict Superintendent 



Walter E. McKay 

Otis M. Thompson (Acting) 
Grover C. Webb 



Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing 

Alvin W. Uall 

Clark R. Long.. 

Thomas F. Slattery 

Henry J. Holtzclaw 

Foreign Funds Control 

Office of the Director 

Orvis A. Schmidt 

Michael L. Hoffman 

Frederick H. Coe,.. 

E. Allen Loren 

Office of the Special 
Assistant to the Director 



Edward W. O'Flaherty. 
Margaret W. Schwartz.. 



Licensing Division 



John S. Richards 

Hamlin Robinson 

Daniel H. Blake... 

Edward W. O'Flaherty 

Enforcement Division 



Rella R. Schwartz 

Edward J. Behuncik 

Bernard I. Feig. 

Murray A. Zimmerman. 

Samuel A. Gilbert 

Esther T. Henderson 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Statistics and Reporting 
Division 

Robert R. Evans... 

George E. Meurs 

Ralph W. Evans.. 

Wendell L. Nielson 



Administrative Services 
Division 

Robert R. Evans... 

Walter W. Windsor.. 

Janet E . Cordell 

Frank B. GatchcU 

William M. Avery. 

Office of the General Counsel 

Joseph J. O'Connell, Jr 

John P. Wonchel. 

Norman O. Tietjens 

Thomas J. Lynch 

Charles Oliphant 

Lehman C. Aarons. 

Joseph B. Friedman.. 

David J. Speck 

George Bronz 



District and Location 



6— Havana, Cuba 

20— Mexico City, Mex. 



NE Patrol District, Buffalo, N. Y 
NW Patrol District, Havre, Mont 
SW Patrol District, El Paso, Tex. 



Director 

Associate Director 

Assistant Director 

Chief, Research and Development Engineer 
ing. 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Agent-in-Charge, Puerto Rico Office... 
Acting Agent-in-Charge, Hawaii Office 



Special Assistant. 
Staff Assistant... 



Chief, Licensing Division 

Assistant to the Division Chief 

Chief, Trade Section... 

Chief, Business and Securities Section. 



Chief, Enforcement Division 

Assistant to the Division Chief 

do 

Chief, Compliance Section 

Chief, Foreign Enforcement Section. 
Chief, Program Planning Section 



State 



Chief 

Chief, Property Accounts Section 

Acting Chief, Statistics Operation Section. 
Chief, Machine Operations Section 



Executive Officer 

Staff Assistant and Security Officer. 

Personnel Officer 

Budget and Planning Officer 

Chief, Office Service Section 



General Counsel 

Chief Counsel, Bureau of Internal Revenue- 
Assistant General Counsel 

do.. - 



.do. 
.do. 



Assistant to the General Counsel 

Special Assistant to the General Counsel. 
do 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Maine. 
Mont- 
Tex.-- 



Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Conn. 
Md... 



Wis... 
Conn. 

N. Y.. 
Mo... 



Calif. 
Md.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



36th _ 



3d... 
2d..- 
16th- 



12th- 
19th- 
4th.. 
6th.. 



5th... 
1st-.. 
1st... 
2d.... 



16th.. 
4th... 



Mass 

Wash... 
Calif..-. 
Calif---. 


14th... 
6th.... 
21st.-. 
16th... 


D. C-... 




Conn... 
N. Y.... 
Calif.... 
Pa. 

Va 


4th-..- 
14th.-. 
4th.... 
22d. .. 
8th.... 


Nebr.... 
N. Y..-- 
N. Y.... 
Calif.... 


3d 

1st.... 
17th.. _ 
15th... 


Nebr..-. 
D. C .- 


3d...-. 


Ohio 

Md 

Md 


9th.... 

2d 

Uth... 


N. Y-.- 
D. C 


16th... 


Ohio 

Ohio.--- 

Md 

D. C. - 


5th.--- 
9th.-.. 
5th.... 


Ohio 

Pa 

N. Y.... 


15th... 
16th... 
6th.... 



' Salary received as Special Assistant. 
» Salary received as Executive Officer. 



87 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal Revenue 

Commissioner's Offick 



Joseph D. Nunan, Jr.. 

(Vacancy) 

William T. Sherwood. 

Eldon P. King.. 

Aubrey R. Marrs 

W. H. Woolf 

Fred I. Evans 

John E. Lynch 

I. Y. Bain 

George C. BUlard 



Accounts and Collections 
Unit 



Victor H. Self 

Alvin H. Cross. 

Paul A. Hankins 

Joseph S. Reiff 

Qarwin O. Davis 

Henry F. Dolan 

Edgar E. Hoppe 

William Swindlehurst. 

Walter B. Long 

Lloyd O. Miller 

Fred L. McHargue... 

Albert B. Niess 

Byron S. Paul.. 

Howard W. Lehman.. 



Income Tax Unit 



Norman D. Cann... 

( Vacancy) 

Howard G. Nichols. 
Ralph S. Gay ton... - 
Percy H. Sherwood. 
Louis M. Simpson.. 

James W. Carter 

R. Clifford Hall 



Byron J. HarriU 

Thomas C. Atkeson... 
Samuel P. Hatchett... 
Edward J. McLarney. 

Charles P. Suman 

Dallas L. Siegrist 

Carson P. HalL. 



Miscellaneous Tax Unit 



D. Spencer Bliss 

Charles J. Valaer 

Adelbert Christy 

Henry K. Melcher.. 

Max E. Hoyt-_ 

Charles W. Stewart. 

LeRoy Rogers 

Murray F. Snider... 



Alcohol Tax Unit 



Stewart Berkshire 

Dwight E. Avis 

William H. Kennedy- 
John L. Huntington. . 



Salary Stabilization Unit 



A. D. Burford.. 
W. A, Qallahan- 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner 

do 

Special Deputy Commissioner 

Head, Technical Staff 

Head, Intelligence Unit 

Head, Administrative Division 

Head, Personnel Division 

Chief, Recruitment and Selection 

Chief, Placement and Employee Relations... 



Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant Deputy Commissioner, 
do 



Head, Rules and Regulations Division... 
Head, Collectors' Organization Division. 

Head, Disbursement Division 

Head, Planning Division 

Head, Audit Division 

Head, Service Division 

Head, Collection Accounting Division 

Head, Control Division 

Chief, Employment Tax Activities 

Technical Assistant 

do-- 



Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant Deputy Commissioner 

Head, Audit Review Division A 

Head, Audit Review Division B 

Head, Audit Review Division C 

Head, Audit Review Division D 

Head, Audit Review Division E 

Head, Business and Industrial Research Di- 
vision. 

Head, Pension Trust Division 

Head, Clearing Division 

Head, Engineering and Valuation Division. . 

Head, Field Procedure Division 

Head, Practice and Procedure Division 

Head, Records Division. 

Head, Service Division 



Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant Deputy Commissioner.. . 
do._ 

Head, Estate Tax Division 

Head, Sales Tax Division 

Head, Capital Stock Tax Division. 

Head, Tobacco Division 

Head, Miscellaneous Division 



Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant Deputy Commissioner. 

do 

do.- 



Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant Deputy Commissioner- 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y...- 



D.C... 

Oreg... 
N. Y... 
D.C... 

Pa 

N.J... 
Ala.-.. 
D.C-- 



Tenn--. 

Va 

Md 

D.C... 
Ohio.... 
W. Va- . 

Tex 

Mass 

Md 

Pa 

Md 

Md 

Md 

lU 



Qa. 



D. C- 

Md_. 
Va... 
Md.- 
D. C. 
Va... 



N. C... 

Ala 

N. Mex. 
D.C... 
Wash.. 

Iowa 

Pa 



Conn_. 
N. C... 
Iowa... 
Maino- 
lowa.-. 
D.C... 
N.J... 
Ohio... 



Tex-- 
lowa. 
Ind-. 
Md.- 



Wyo- 
D. C. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st—. 



2d... 
19th_ 



15th. 
4th.- 
7th-. 



1st- 
8th. 
6th. 



4th- 
4th.- 
10th. 
14th- 
5th.. 
13th- 
7th-_ 
6th_. 
5th.. 
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5th. 



6th_ 
8th. 
6th_ 



8th— 

11th- 
3d._-- 
AtL- 



1st--. 
5th. _ - 
16th-. 



5th... 
5th. _. 
5th.- 
3d_.-. 
9th... 



1st. 
3d.. 



16th. 
7th._ 
3d-.- 
6th-. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$10,000 
8,000 
9,000 
7,500 
8,750 
8,000 
6,200 
5,600 
5,000 
4,800 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
5,600 
4,800 
2,900 
5,600 
3,500 
6,000 
5,000 
4,600 



9,000 
8,000 
6,750 
6,500 
6,750 
6,750 
6,750 
6.500 

6,600 
6,500 
7,500 
5,600 
6,750 
4,800 
3,800 



8,000 
6,750 
6,750 
6,200 
6,200 
5,400 
5,200 
6,400 



8,500 
7,250 
7,000 
6,000 



AtL.- 



8,000 
6,500 



88 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal 

Revenue— Continued 



Collectors of Internal 
Revenue 



Henry J. Williiigham 

William P. Stuart 

Roy G. Paschal 

Richard Nickell (Acting) _ . . 

Harry C. Westover 

Ralph Nicholas 

Frank W. Kraemer 

Norman CoUison 

John L. Fahs _ 

Marion H. Allen 

Fred H. Kanne 

John R. T. Viley 

Nigel D. Campbell 

Vincent Y. Dallman 

WillH. Smith 

Edward H. Birmingham 

Lynn R. Brodrick 

Seldon R. Glenn 

Joachim O. Fernandez 

Clinton A. Clauson .. 

George Hofferbert 

Denis \V. Dolaney 

Giles Kavanagh 

Arthur D . Reynolds 

Eugene Fly 

James P. Finnegan 

Dan M. Nee... 

Lewis Penwell 

George W. O'Malley 

Robert L. Douglass 

Peter M. Gagne 

Harry L. Maloney 

John E. Manning 

Steven P. VidaL- _. 

Joseph P. Marcelle 

William J. Pedrick 

James W. Johnson 

Harry M. Hickey 

Frank J. Shaughnessy 

George T. McGowan 

Charles H. Robertson 

Hector H . Perry _ 

Thomas A. Gallagher 

John J. Quin]ivan_ 

Harry F. Busey 

Thomas M. Carey 

Henry Clifford Jones.-- 

James W. Maloney 

Francis R. Smith - - - - . . 

Joseph T. McDonald 

Stanley Granger 

Joseph V. Broderick-- 

William P. BowerS-.. 

Thomas C. Kasper - 

Lipe Henslee 

Frank Scofleld 

William A. Thomas 

William J. Korth 

Henry H. Riordan (Acting) - 

Nathaniel B. Early, Jr 

Clark Squire 

F. Roy Yoke. 

Frank J. Kuhl 

Frank O. Clark 



Chief Deputy Collectors 



George E. Williams. 
Hugh W. Cardon... 

Wayne Hubbs . 

John A. Sisson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Alabama, Birmingham 

Arizona, Phoenix 

Arkansas, Little Rook 

First California, San Francisco 

Sixth California, Los Angeles- 

Colorado, Denver 

Connecticut, Hartford 

Delaware, Wilmington 

Florida, Jacksonville 

Georgia, Atlanta- 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

Idaho, Boise 

First Illinois. Chicago 

Eighth Illinois, Springfield.- 

Indiana, Indianapolis 

Iowa, Des Moines 

Kansas, Wichita 

Kentucky, Louisville. 

Louisiana, New Orleans 

Maine, Augusta. 

Maryland, Baltimore 

Massachusetts, Boston 

Michigan, Detroit 

Minnesota, St. Paul 

Mississippi, Jackson 

First Missouri, St. Louis 

Sixth Missouri, Kansas City 

Montana, Helena 

Nebraska, Omaha 

Ne veda, Reno 

New Hampshire, Portsmouth 

First New Jersey, Camden.. 

Fifth New Jersey, Newark... 

New Mexico, Albuquerque. 

First New York, Brooklyn... 

Second New York, New York 

Third New York, New York 

Fourteenth New York, Albany 

Twenty-first New York, Syracuse 

Twenty-eighth New York, Buffalo 

North Carolina, Greensboro 

North Dakot a, Fargo 

First Ohio, Cincinnati 

Tenth Ohio, Toledo 

Eleventh Ohio, Columbus 

Eighteenth Ohio, Cleveland 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City.. 

Oregon, Portland *. 

First Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Twelfth I'ennsylvania, Scranton 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh. 

Rhode Island, Providence 

South Carolina, Columbia. 

South Dakota, Aberdeen 

Tennessee, Nashville 

First Texas, Austin 

Second Texas, Dallas 

Utah, Salt Lake City 

Vermont, Burlington 

Virginia, Richmond . 

Washington, Tacoma 

West Virginia, Parkersburg 

Wisconsin, Milwaukee 

Wyoming, Cheyenne 



Assistant to Collector Dist. Ala., Birmingham 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Ala., Birmingham. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Ariz., Phoenix 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Ariz., Phoenix 



Legal residence 



State 



J^la.. 
Ariz.. 
Ark.. 
Calif. 



Colo... 
Conn.. 
Del-... 
Fla-... 

Ga 

T. H.. 
Idaho.. 

Ill 

111 

Ind... 
Iowa.-. 
Kans.. 
Ky-.-. 

La 

Maine. 



Mass.. 
Mich- 
Minn. 
Miss.. 



Mo 

Mont.. 

Nebr 

Nev 

N. H-.. 
N. J.... 
N. J.... 
N. Mex 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y--, 
N. C... 
N. Dak. 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio-... 
Ohio... 
Okla... 

Oreg 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R.I 

S. C... 
S. Dak. 
Tenn... 

Tex 

Tex 

Utah... 

Vt 

Va 

Wash.. 
W. Va.. 

Wis 

Wye... 



Ala- 
Ala.. 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



8th... 
AtL. 
5th..- 



2d.... 
3d.-- 
At L- 
5th... 
6th..- 



1st... 
10th- 
21st-. 
12th- 
9th.- 
1st--. 
1st... 
1st... 
2d.... 



15th. 
5th- 
7th.. 



6th... 
1st... 



AtL. 

1st..- 
1st-.. 
10th.. 
AtL. 
1st-.. 
17th.. 
21st.. 
26th.- 
35th.. 
40th.. 
6th... 
AtL. 



4th.- 
12th. 



6th..- 
2d.-- 
22d..- 
11th.. 



1st.-. 
1st... 
1st..- 
6th... 
6th... 
6th-.- 
2d— . 
At L- 
7th-.- 
1st... 
2d.... 
5th.-. 
At L. 



9th-- 
5th-.. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



89 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal 

Revenue— Continued 

Collectors of Internal 
Revenue— Con. 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 



James C. Park 

John Hurley Culpepper. 
( Vacancy) 



Ernest M. Sehino. 



Robert A. Riddell. 
Archie N. Vance... 



Martin S. Skiffich.. 
Thomas L. Girault_ 
Thomas F. Griffin.. 



A. Don Bitgood 

Thomas Ainsworth 

Everett II. Rickards 

Robert E. MacWilliams. 

Laurie W. Tomlinson 

Charles H. Dumi 

Paul E. Bryant 

AVilliam G. Ashley, Jr..-. 

Oren C. Wilson 

AVilliam C. Quarles 

Vaughn W. Evans 

(Vacancy) 

Daniel J. Conerty 

Heber D. Lukenbill 



James G. Mayfield 

Wilbur O. Plummer 

Charles L. McDorman.. 

Guy T. McKibben 

Daniel B. Storck 

Frank E. ]\rcMullan 

Paul M. Kays-- -_. 

Harold L. Mason 

Aubrey H. Childress 

Charles A. Donnelly 

Herbert E. Hoppmeyer. 

Melvin H. Simmons 

Louis A. Donahue 

Paul M. Siemers 

Joseph F. Leonard _ 

Thomas H. Buckley 

M. Patrick Higgins 

Gerald A. Evans 

Perry J. Fremont 

Arthur R. Knox 

Harold G. Ryan 

Wilburn Buckley 

H. Lee Lindsey 

Waller Edwards 

Thomas E. Copley 

Oscar F. Lollis.. 



Charles M. PhiUips.... 

Thomas M. Robinson- 
Harry E. Downs 

Herbert M. Sampson.. 
Hubert James Tanner. 

Homer H. Forrester 

Patrick Mooney 

Thomas J. Connelly. . . 



Alfred O. Houle 

Addington B. Campbell. 

Frederick E. Pierce 

Thomas C. Smith 

Robert D. Smith 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant to Collector, Dist. Ark., Little Rock.. 

Chief Field Deputy Dist. Ark., Little Rock 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st Calif., San 

Franrisco. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st Calif., San 

Francisco. 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. 6th Cahf., Los 

Angeles. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 6th Calif., Los 

Angeles. 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Colorado, Denver. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Colo., Denver 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Connecticut, 

Hartford. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Coim.. Hartford... 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Del., Wilmington- 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Del., Wilmmgton... 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Fla., Jacksonville. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Fla., Jacksonville. . 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Ga., Atlanta 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Ga., Atlanta 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Hawaii, Honolulu. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Hawaii, Honlulu.- 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Idaho, Boise 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Idaho, Boi.-^e 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st 111., Chicago 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st 111., Chicago.... 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. 8th 111., Spring- 
field. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 8th 111., Springfield.. 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Ind., Indianapolis. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Ind., Indianapolis . . 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Iowa, Des Moines. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Iowa, Des M oines . 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Kans. Wichita 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Kans., Wichita 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Ky., Louisville 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Ky., Louisville 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. La., New Orleans. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist., La., New Orleans . 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Maine, Augusta.. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Maine, Augusta 

Assistant to Collector Dist. Md., Baltimore 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Md., Baltimore 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Mass., Boston 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Mass., Boston 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Mich., Detroit 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Mich., Detroit 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Minn., St. Paul... 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Minn., St. Paul.... 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Miss., Jackson 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Miss., Jackson 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st Mo., St. Louis. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st Mo., St. Louis. 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. 6th Mo., Kansas 

City. 
Chief Field Deputv, Dist. 6th Mo., Kansas 

City. 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. Mont., Helena'... 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Mont., Helena 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Nebr., Omaha 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Nebr., Omaha 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Nev., Reno 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Nev., Reno 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. N. H., Ports- 
mouth. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. N. H., Portsmouth 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st N. J., Camden. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st N. J., Camden.. 
Assistant to Collector, Dist. 5th N. J., Newark. 
Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 5th N. J., Newark. . 



Legal residence 



State 



Ark. 
Ark. 



Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 



Colo.. 
Conn. 



Conn. 



Del. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 



Ill 

Ind-... 
Ind-... 

Iowa... 
Iowa... 
Kans.. 
Kans-. 
Ky..... 
Ky..... 

La 

La 

Maine. 
Maine. 
Md.... 
Md.--. 
Mass... 



Mich. 
Mich. 



M inn . 

M iss . . 
Miss.. 
Mo.... 
Mo... 
Mo.... 



Mo. 



Mont.. 
Nebr... 
Nebr... 

Nev 

Nev.... 
N.H... 



N.H.. 

N.J... 
N.J... 
N.J„. 
N.J... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



4th- 
6th. 



4th... 
13th.. 
14th-. 



1st... 
4th... 



2d. 



At L. 
2d...- 
1st... 



1st. 
2d.. 



2d... 
21st. 

8th.. 
11th. 
10th. 
2d,.- 
2d.-. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
3d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



1st. 
2d'." 



13th. 
7th.. 



1st.. 
7th- . 
6th-. 
10th. 
13th. 
3d..- 



5th. 



3d- 



AtL- 
At L- 

ist... 



2d.... 
2d.... 
4th— 



$5,600 
4,600 



5,400 

5,600 

5, 400 

5,600 
4,600 
5,600 

5,400 
4,600 
3,800 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
6,250 
4,750 
5, 600 
4,600 



13th-.. 



5,000 
5,600 

4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
4.600 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,800 
4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
5,200 
5,800 
4,600 
5, 600 
4,800 
5, 600 
4,600 
5,600 

4, 600 
5,600 
4,600 

5, 600 

4, 600 

4,600 
4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 
5,600 

4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
5,000 



90 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND SIATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Burean of Internal 

Reyenue— Continued 

Collectors of Internal 
Eevenue— Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 

Frank E. McCulloch 



GUes L. Matthews- 



John E. Brady 

(Vacancy) 

Raymond F. Ryan. 



Joseph M. Ryan 

Andrew B. Kelly 

Dennis J. McMahon. 



Fred P. Magin. 
John F. Shea... 
John C. Kellev. 



G. Stuart Gumaer. 
George W. Eberz... 



Roswell N. Vosseller 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy). 

Morris Katz 

William Q. Ray 

Edward G. Weinewuth. 

Joseph E. McClorey 



(Vacancy) 

John E. McGuigan-. 
George M. Garrison. 



Clyde M. Foraker 

Louis J. Campbell 

William J. Champion. 
Stephen H. Sturgeon.. 
Robert B. Ligon 



James E. Dunton. 
Walter S. Shanks. 
(Vacancy) 



Henry L. Haines. 
Willard F. Jones _ 



Stanley A. Walker. . 
Charles F. Masarik. 



William P. O'Malley 

Martin M. McLoughlin. 

James T. Burns.. 

Robert C. Pitts 

Summers W. Taylor 

Jacob P. Stahl 



Alex Earl Haddow... 
George N. Welch, Jr. 

Joe F. Hale 

Fred B. Parsons 

John M. Parker 

Stephen L. Mayo 



Assistant to Collector, Dist. N. Me.x., Albu- 
querque. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. N. Mex., Albuquer- 
que. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st N. Y., Brooklyn. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st N. Y., Brooklyn. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 2d N. Y., New 
York. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 2d N. Y., New 
York. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 3d N. Y., New 
York. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 3d N. Y., New 
York. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 14th N. Y., Albany 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 14th N. Y., Albany. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 21st N. Y., Syra- 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 21st N. Y., Syra- 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 28th N. Y., Buf- 
falo. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 28th N. Y., Buffalo. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. N. C, Greensboro 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. N. C, Greensboro 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. N. Dak., Fargo.. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. N. Dak., Fargo 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st Ohio, Cincin- 
nati. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st Ohio, Cincin- 
nati. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 10th Ohio, Toledo 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 10th Ohio, Toledo.. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 11th Ohio, Colum- 
bus. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 11th Ohio, Colum- 
bus. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 18th Ohio, Cleve- 
land. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 18th Ohio, Cleve- 
land. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Okla., Oklahoma 
City. 

Chief Field Deputy,. Dist. Okla., Oklahoma 
City. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Oreg., Portland. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Oreg., Portland.. . 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st Pa., Philadel- 
phia. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st Pa., Philadel- 
phia. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 12th Pa., Scran- 
ton. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 12th Pa., Scranton. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 23d Pa., Pitts- 
burgh. 

Chief Field Deputy .fDist. 23d Pa., Pittsburgh. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. R. I., Providence. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. R. I., Providence. .. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. S. C, Columbia.. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. S. C, Columbia... 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. S. Dak., Aber- 
deen. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Tenn., Nashville. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Tenn., Nashville.. . 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 1st Tex., Austin.. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 1st Tex., Austin.... 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. 2d Tex., Dallas.. 



N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 



At L. 
AtL. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y.,. 

N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 



28th. 
28th. 



N. Y.... 
N. Y. 



36th. 



N Y... 
N. C... 

N. C... 
N.Dak 
N. Dak. 
Ohio. 



8th... 
AtL. 
AtL. 



Ohio.. 



1st.. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Ohio.... 

Ohio... 

Ohio... 

Okla..-. 

Okla... 

Oreg 

Oreg 

Pa 



Pa. 
Pa. 



Pa. 
Pa. 



Pa 

R. I.... 
R. I... 
S. C... 
S. C... 
S. Dak. 

S. Dak. 
Tenn... 
Tenn... 



Tex. 
Tex. 



4th.-.. 



11th- 

22d.. 

21st. 

5th.. 

4th.. 

1st.. 
3d... 



22d. 



nth. 



30th. 
2d-.. 
1st.. 
3d... 
2d... 
1st-. 

1st... 
5th.. 
1st.. 



6th.. 
5th- 



91 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal 

Revenue— Continued 

Collectors of Intenal 
R EVEN UE— Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 

Montell O. Tessman 

Wallwin T. Job 

William N. Gardner 

(Vacancy) --■ 

John W. Qaynor 

Stuart L. Crenshaw 

Wallace S. Harwood 

Ralph A. Noerenberg. 

Harry W. Call- 

Robb N. Keyser --. 

Harrison Everett.- -. 

George Reisimer 

Paul W. Thiel 

LeRoy Joyce 

Clarence T. Holmes 

Supervisors of Accounts 
AND Collections 

Earl P. Smith 

E. L. Swift -- 

J. M. Poland. .- 

J. R. Van Voorhis 

Frank B. Boyce, Jr 

C. R. Gibson 

W. L. Hennessey -. 

W. C. Sehmer 

Scott C. McCarl 

H. H. Stikeleather 

W. M. Armstrong 

S. V. McKenney - 

Harold B. A'Hearn 

Internal Revenue Agents 
IN Charge 

William Brusse 

J. Carlisle Wilmer 

Thomas M. Kenefick 

Daniel A. Bolich 

Raymond H. Reichel 

Ernest C. Wright 

Hubert D. Evans 

Raymond C. Cake 

Ernest P. Hutchinson. 

Beider W. Wilde 

Bert E. Helvern 

George E. Neal.. 

Pleas M. Sawyer 

Helge A. Peterson 

Leslie R. Miles 

Robert E. Wilson 

Harley Howard 

George D. Martin 

Edward Cox 

Delbert W. Reynolds. 

Marshall T. Polk 

Reuben O. Thornton 

Thomas E. Doyle 

AVilliam E. Logan.. 

Clarence R. Krigbaum. 

Charles B. Allen 

Dallas A. Sims 

Arthur D. Berliner 

August P . Schuster 

Walter P. Mays 

Samuel R. Brame.. 

Norman B. Eshleman 

Clarence W. Kink.. 



OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief Field Deputy, Dist. 2d Tex., Dallas.... 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Utah, Salt Lake 
City. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Utah, Salt Lake City. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Vt., Burlington.. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Vt., Burlington.... 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Va., Richmond .. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Va., Richmond 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Wash., Tacoma . 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. W. Va., Parkers- 
burg. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. W. Va., Parkers- 
burg. 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Wis., Milwaukee.. 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Wis., Milwaukee... 

Assistant to Collector, Dist. Wyo., Cheyenne. . 

Chief Field Deputy, Dist. Wyo., Cheyenne. _. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N.Y 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Baltimore, Md 

Greensboro, N. C 

Louisville, Ky 

Columbus, Ohio 

Chicago, 111. 

St. Paul, Minn 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Denver, Colo 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Washington, D. C... 



Atlanta, Ga... 

Baltimore, Md 

Boston, Mass 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Bufifalo, N. Y 

Chicago, 111. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Dallas, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Detroit, Mich 

Greensboro, N. C 

Honolulu, T. H 

Huntington, W. Va -. 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Louisville, Ky 

Milwaukee, Wis-_ 

Nashville, Tenn 

Newark, N.J 

New Haven, Conn 

New Orleans, La 

New York, N. Y., 225 Broadway 
New York, N. Y., 341 9th Ave... 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Omaha, Nebr 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

St. Louis, Mo 

St. Paul, Minn 



Legal residence 



State 



Utah. 



Vt-... 
Va..-. 
Va.... 
Wash. 



W. Va. 
W.Va-. 



Wis.... 
Wyo-.- 
Wyo... 



Mass-. 
Ohio-- 
Ind.... 
Fla.... 
Ga.... 
Ky.... 
Mass.. 

Ill 

Minn. 
N. C._ 
Colo.. 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 



Ga 

Md.... 
Mass... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Ill 

Ohio... 
Ohio... 
S. C... 
Calif... 
Kans... 
Ind.... 
N. C... 
Minn.. 
W.Va- 
Ind--.. 
N. Y-_ 
N. C... 
Ky..... 
Wis..-. 
Tenn... 
S. C... 
Conn.. 
Miss... 
Wash.. 
Maine - 
Miss... 
Nebr... 
N.Y... 

Pa 

Va 

Pa 

Minn.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



5th... 



At L. 

3d.... 
1st... 
3d.... 



2d.. 
6th- 



6th--. 
At L. 
At L. 



13th. 
nth. 
nth. 
4th.. 
3d... 
8th.. 
6th-. 
16th- 
4th-_ 
8th _- 
1st-- 
21st- 
12th_ 



5th.. 
4th.. 
8th.. 
8th-. 
40th. 
21st. 
2d... 
22d.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
1st.. 
11th. 
10th. 
10th. 
4th.. 
4th.. 
41st. 
5th.. 



5th. 
5th- 
5th. 
4th. 
7th. 
1st. 
3d.. 



3d.. 
22d. 
4th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$4,600 
5,600 

3,800 
4,600 
3,800 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 

4,600 

5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 



6,500 
6,750 
6,750 
6,750 
6,600 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



6,500 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
8,000 
6,500 
8,000 
6,500 
8,000 
6,500 
8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
8,000 
7,000 
6,500 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
8,000 
6,500 



92 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal 
Revenue — C ontinued 

Internal Revenue Agents 
IN Charge— Continued 

John T. Greene 

Francis M. Harless 

Seth R. Stockton 

Ward B. Miller 

Russell A. Welch. 

Intelugence Unit 

Special Agents in Charge 

James M. Cooner (Acting) — 

John R. Cox 

Harry M. Dengler (At Large) 

.\lfred W. Fleming--. - 

William E. Frank 

William M. Gray 

Albert C. Grunewald 

David A. Kelleher 

Frank W. Lohn -.- 

William E. McElveen 

Hugh McQuillan 

Arthur P. Madden 

Ellison C. Palmer 

Ralph R. Read 

Arthur A. Stone 

Technical Staff 

Heads of Technical Staff 
Divisions 

Joseph B. Harlacher... 

Jesse F. Gregory 

Freeman R. Paulson 

Charles R. Turner 

Edward F. Key 

Lee R. Cummins 

Albin Pearson 

George F. Towers 

George W. Feidt 

William G. Cullen 

Division Counsel to Tech- 
nical Staff— Office of 
Chief Counsel 

Hartford Allen 

James L. Backstrom 

Benjamin H. Neblett 

DeWitt M. Evans 

Ralph E. Smith 

Edner C. Algire 

Orris Bennett 

Charles P. Reilly 

Frank M. Thompson, Jr 

John D. Kiley.. 

Attorneys in Charge Al- 
cohol Tax Division Of- 
fice OF_ Chief Counsel 

Samuel Cohen 

Julian R. Eagle 

Paul D. Grubbs 

August n. Hoch--. 

Blair McK. Ilderton 

Leonard B. Isaacs 

Ovid W. Jones 

Christoper A. Nolan. 

John R. Renoe 

Clinton H. Whetstone 

Dewey E. Huggard. 

Leslie O. Jones 

Lester E. Nelson 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Francisco, Calif-. 

Seattle, Wash 

Springfield, 111 

Wichita, Kans 



Dallas, Tex 

Washington, D. C. 
do 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Seattle, Wash 

Louisville, Ky 

Detroit, Mich 

Boston, Mass 

Kansas City, Mo 

Denver, Colo 

New York, N.Y...- 

Chicago, 111 

Atlanta, Ga 

San Francisco, Calif 
St. Paul, Minn 



San Francisco, Calif 

Cleveland, Ohio 

New York, N. Y-.. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Birmingham, Ala-.. 
Kansas City, Mo-_- 

Chicago, 111..- 

Boston, Mass--. 

Baltimore, Md 

Dallas, Tex 



Philadelphia, Pa 

Dallas. Tex 

San Francisco, Calif 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Baltimore, Md. 

New York. N. Y.... 

Kansas City, Mo 

Boston, Mass 

Birmingham, Ala... 
Chicago, 111.- 



Newark, N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, 111 

Baltimore, Md 

New Orleans, La 

Kansas City, Mo 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Atlanta, Ga 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Louisville, Ky 

St. Paul, Minn 



Legal residence 



State 



Utah-.. 


2d— -- 


Calif.... 


2d 


Oreg 


3d 


Va 


10th-.. 


N. C -.- 


10th— 



Tex--.. 
N. C... 
Mont-- 
Calif-.. 
N. Y-.. 

Ala 

111 

Mass... 

Tex 

Tenn... 
N. Y-. 
Mich... 

Ga 

Calif... 
N.Dak 



Wash- 
Ohio.. 
Iowa.. 
N. J.. 
Ala... 
Mo--. 

Ill 

Vt---. 
D. C-. 
Tex-.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Ohio 




Miss-.-. 
Calif ... 


6th.... 


Wash... 
Wis 


3d 


Md 

Kans 


2d 


Calif-... 
N. C... 
D. C... 


.3d 

8th.... 



N.J 


12th... 


Tenn . 




Va. 


7th.... 


La 


1st 


S. C 


6th.... 


Tex 


5th.-.. 


N. Y.... 


2d 


Mass 


8th.... 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Pa 


8th.... 


Calif.... 


3d 


Ohio.... 


12th... 


Minn . . . 


5th.... 



5th— 
3d--.- 

1st--. 
8th_.. 
21st.. 
9th... 
lOth-. 
7th-.. 
5th-.. 
10th-. 
19th.. 
nth.. 
6th... 
1st... 
AtL. 



1st-.. 
22d..- 
8th... 
10th.. 
9th-.. 
5th-.. 
10th- 
AtL. 



5th- 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



93 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bnreau of Internal 
Revenu e — C ont inued 

District Supervisors of 
Alcohol Tax Unit 

Wilford S. Alexander 

Benjamin R. Rhees... 

Robert D. Ford 

John C. Palmer 

Robert E. Tuttle 

Raymond A. Beman 

Howard B. Taylor _ _. 

Earle E. Koehler 

Edward C. Yellowley... 

Fred C. Farrell 

John T. Burkett 

Albert L. Durkin 

August V. Anderson , _ 

James H. Maloney 

William R. Woods, Jr 

riEADS of Salary Stabi- 
lization Regional Of- 
fices 

J. F. Addor 

Milo W. Bean _.. 

W. F. Burke 

Charles A. Drake 

H. L. Ducker 

Earl C.Ely 

Ward I. Hallin 

A. H. Dertwig 

C. D. Leiter 

Porter Linder 

Carlos J. Lively. 

Walter D. Perry.. 

M. L. R. Wade_ 

Miscellaneous Tax Unit 

Agent Investigators in Charge 

Rudolph A. Kubik 

Samuel Litwin 

Albert M. Menninger 

Kenneth W. Moe 

R. C. Cannedy.- 

Bureau of the Mint 

Nellie Tayloe Ross 

Leland Howard 

Timothy J. Quirk . 

Frederick W. Tate 

Stanley M. Wilton 

(Vacancy) _. 

Mints and Assay Offices 

(Vacancy) 

Moses E. Smith 

Edwin H. Dressel 

Sigmund Solomon 

George L. Swarva 

Russell J . Van Home 

Division of Monetary 
Research 



V. Frank Coe.... 
E. M. Bernstein. 
Harold Glasser... 
Wm.H. Taylor,. 
Norman T. Ness. 
Mary.C.HalL... 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Director of the Mint 

Assistant Director of the Mint- 
Technical Consultant 

Chief Accountant 

Chief, Silver Unit 

Supervisor, Gold Unit 



Superintendent, San Francisco, Califs. 

Superintendent, Denver, Colo 

Superintendent, Philadelphia, Pa 

Superintendent, New York, N.Y 

Assayer in Charge, Seattle, Wash 

Chief Clerk in Charge, Fort Knox, Ky_ 



State 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y.... 

Philadelphia. Pa 

Newark, N. J 

Baltimore, Md 

Atlanta, Ga 

Louisville, Ky 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, HI 

New Orleans, La 

Kansas City, Mo... 

St. Paul, Minn 

Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, CaMt 
Seattle, Wash 



Washington, D. C , . 
San Francisco, Calif 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y.... 
Los Angeles, Calif... 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Seattle, Wash 

Dallas, Tex 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, 111 

Atlanta. Ga 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Kansas City, Mo... 



New York, N. Y.. 
New York. N. Y.. 

Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y.. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



Conn... 


3d 


Md 


4th.... 


Md 


2d 


Iowa 


3d 


Ga 


5th.... 


Wash... 


3d 


Kv 


2d 


Wash... 


1st 


Miss 


8th.... 


Tenn.... 


6th.... 


Ark 


5th.... 


Pa 


6th..-. 


Kans 


6th...- 


Calif.... 


3d 


Mont... 


2d 



D. C... 

Calif.., 
Mass.. 
Ohio- 
ina.— 

Ohio 

Wash--. 
Tex... 
Mich.. 
Calif.. 

Term 

D. C. 
Tex.. 



N. Y.... 
N. Y-... 

Mich 

N. Dak. 



Wyo--.. 

Ky 

N.Y.-.. 
N. Y...- 
Mass 



Director of Monetary Research 

Assistant Director of Monetary Research 

do 

do 

do .^ 

Administrativei.A.ide]to the Director of Mone- 
tary Research. 



Colo.. 
Pa.... 
N. Y-. 

Wash . 
Calif.. 



Ky.... 
N. C. 
Minn. 
T.H.. 
Calif.. 
D. C. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



6th.. 
13th- 
ist.. 
4th.. 
22d- 
6th.. 
14th. 
Rth- 
6th.. 
2d... 



5th- 



.3d... 
3d-.. 



-AtL. 



At L. 
4th... 
32d-.. 
35th.. 
4th... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



2d... 
7th.. 
17th. 
1st.. 
6th.. 



6th 
6th. 
5th. 



12th. 



$7,000 
7,000 
6,750 
6,500 
7.000 
6 000 
7,000 
6, 7.'-)0 
7, 2.50 
5,800 
6,000 
5,800 
6,000 
7,000 
6,000 



6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
!-.000 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 
6.500 
8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
5.600 



9,000 
6,750 
5,600 
4,600 
3,800 



6,500 
6,750 
6,400 
3,800 
5,200 



9,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
3,200 



94 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Bureau of Narcotics 



Harry J. Anslinger.. 

Wilis. Wood .- 

Malachi L. Harney _ 
Alfred L. Tennyson. 



Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant to the Commissioner. 
Chief Counsel 



District Supervisors 

Thomas E . Middlebrooks . 

Garland H. Williams 

Edward W. Schmit 

Boyd M. Martin 

Thomas W. McGeever 

George W. Cunningham.. 

Ralph H. Oyler 

James J. Biggins 

Terry A. Talent 

Joseph A. Manning 

Allyn B. Crisler 

Anker M. Bangs. 

Robert W. Artis 

Joseph Bell.. 

William K. Wells 



Procurement Division 



Clifton E. Mack 

Aloysius J. Walsh 

Robert LeFevre 

Joseph E. Salisbury... 
Norman F. Harrtman. 
Willis S. MacLeod.... 
John B. MacNamara.. 

Lewis A. Jones 

John J. Connor 

Harry B. Dyche 

Michael Bebarfald 

(Vacancy). 

Paul King 

Samuel A. Snyder 

Herschel F.Johnson.. 

(Vacancy) 

Herbert J. Riley 

Alexander J. Doyle 



Acting District Supervisor, Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Acting District Supervisor, Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Baltimore, Md 

Atlanta, Ga 

Louisville, Ky 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, 111 

El Paso, Tex 

Kansas City, Mo 

Minneapolis. Minn 

Denver, Colo _ 

San Francisco, Calif.i 

Seattle, Wash 

Acting District Supervisor, Honolulu, Hawaii. 



Director of Procurement 

Deputy Director of Procurement. 

Assistant to the Director 

do. 



Pa 

Tex 


23d.... 
14th... 


Minn... 


5th.... 


D. C ... 




Ala 


3d 


Miss. .. 




Pa 


5th.... 


Md 


4th.... 


Ala 


9th.... 


Tenn.... 


5th.... 


Ohio.... 


11th... 


Ill 


10th... 


Oreg 


1st 


Calif.... 


4th.... 


Wis 


10th... 


Calif.... 


3d 


Iowa 


7th.... 


Mich 


1st 


T. H.... 





Technical Assistant to the Director. 

Consultant 

do. 



.do. 
.do. 



Special Assistant to the Director, 
.do. 



Harry C. Maull, Jr.. 

Elbert V. Wills 

Anthony J. Rudgers. 

David A. Kosh 

William J. Clearman. 



Philip C. Mixsell... 
William C. Helfrich. 



Executive Officer 

Assistant Executive Officer 

Chief, Stores Branch 

Acting Chief, Personnel Officer 

Chief, Contract and Purchase Branch 

Chief, Finance Division 

Chief, Budget and Administrative Planning 
Division. 

Chairman, Price Adjustment Board 

Chief, Standards Division 

Chief, Federal Specifications Division 

Chief, Public Utilities Division 

Chief, Strategic and Critical Materials Divi- 
sion. 

Duplicating Officer 

Acting Chief Counsel 



Mass... 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

D. C... 
N. J.... 
N. Y... 

Va 

N. Y... 

Va 

N. Y... 



7th... 
1st.-. 
4th... 
16th.. 



6th.., 
15th. 
8th.. 
16th. 
7th.. 
15th. 



Pa 

Pa 

Ohio... 



19th. 
4th.. 
1st.. 



W. Va. 
R. I.... 



Pa 

D. C... 
N. Y... 

N. Y... 
Calif... 



Md. 
Md. 



1st.. 
1st.. 



6th. 



Regional Directors 



John W. Flatley 

John D. Tompkins 

(Vacancy)- 

John H. Little 

Frederick A. Mapes (Acting). 

Harry E. Harmon, Jr 

William B. Edgar 

Thomas C. Stephens (Act- 
ing). 

Alden C. Pool 

Harlan C. Maaske (Acting).. 
William B. Ihlanfeldt 



Boston, Mass. 

New York, N. Y... 
Washington, D. C. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Atlanta, Qa 

Ft. Worth, Tex.... 
Kansas City, Mo.. 



Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Seattle, Wash 



Mass.. 
Ga..-. 



2d... 
3d... 
18th. 

6th.. 
6th.. 



12th. 
5th.. 



Bureau of the Public Debt 



William S. Broughton... 

Edwin L. Kilby 

Ross A. Heflolflnger, Jr. 
Eugene W. Sloan.. 



Commissioner of the Public Debt 

Associate Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner in Charge, Chicago 
Office, Chicago, 111. 



Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 
Ga.... 
La.... 
Calif.. 

Colo.. 
Calif.. 
Mont. 



Ill 

Maine.. 
D. C... 
Mo 



22d.- 
2d... 
5th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 

1st.. 
4th.. 

1st.. 



12th. 
3d... 



nth... 



95 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of the Public Debt- 
Continued 

Edward Q. Dolan 

Byrd Leavell 

Marvin Wesley 

Melvin R. Loafman 

Maurice A. Emerson 

Lemuel W. Owen.. 



Division 



of Research 
Statistics 



and 



George C. Haas 

Wesley Lindow 

Henry C. Murphy.. , 

AlF. O'Donnell 

Russell R. Reagh 

Sidney Q. Tickton... 
Aima M. Michener.. 

Eldon B. Smith 

Isabella S. Diamond. 



Register of the Treasury 

Assistant Register of the Treasury 

Chief, Division of Loans and Currency 

Chief, Division of Public Debt Accounts and 
Audit. 

Chief, Division of Paper Custody 

Chief, Division of Savings Bonds, Chicago, 

m. 



Director of Research and Statistics- 
Assistant Director 

do 

do 



Assistant Director (Government Actuary). 

Assistant Director 

Assistant to the Director 

Administrative Assistant to the Director.-. 
Librarian 



United States Secret Service 



Frank J. Wilson 

James J. Maloney... 
Laurence E. Albert. 

Harry E. Neal 

Walter S. Bowen 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Assistant to the Chief. 

Executive -\ide to the Chief. 
Chief Clerk 



Division of Tax Research 



Roy Blough --. 

Louis Shere 

E. Gordon Keith 

Marius Farioletti 

F. Newell Campbell- 
Walter W. Heller---. 



Director of Tax Research 

Assistant Director of Ta.x Research 

Head, Business Tax Section 

Head, Individual Income Tax Section. 

Head, Miscellaneous Tax Section 

Assistant to the Director 



Office of Tax Legislative 
Counsel 

Robert W. Wales 

Frederick C. Lusk 

Office of the Treasurer 

William A. Julian 

Marion G. Banister 

Michael E. Slindee _. 

Frederick L. Church --. 

Grover C. Emerson 

Walter L. Funk 

George F. Stickney 

Accounting Division 

Andrew W. Starratt 

Administeativk Division 

Bernard A. Hayden -.. 

John M. Wigglesworth 

Cash Division 

John L. Schram 

CuEEENCT Redemption 
Division 

Benton C. Gardner 



Tax Legislative Counsel 

Assistant Tax Legislative Counsel 

Treasurer... _ 

Assistant Treasurer 

Assistant to the Treasurer 

Administrative Assistant to the Treasurer 

Staff Assistant 

Budget Offlcer 

Administrative Accountant 

Chief, Accounting Division 

Chief, Administrative Division 

Personnel Officer 

Cashier 



Chief, Currency Redemption Division. 



Conn. 
Va.-.. 
Qa.... 

Iowa.. 

D. C. 

Va.... 



1st. 
8th. 
5th. 
9th. 



8th. 



Minn._ 


2d 


Mich 


14th _ 


Mich 


14th___ 


N. Y__.. 


25th... 


Md 


6th. ... 


Mich.__ 


15th... 


N. Y ... 


16th. _ 


Kans 


2d 


Va 


8th.... 


Fla 


4th.... 


D. C... 




Wash... 


5th-... 


Md 


6th__.. 


Va 


8th._.. 



Ohio. 
N. Y 

Pa... 
Tenn 
Ind-- 
Wis.. 



1st.. 
19th. 
8th. _ 
3d.__ 
2d_.. 
2d... 



Ill- 

Ill 


lOth... 
24th-.. 


Ohio.... 

Va 

Iowa 

Va 

D. C. 


1st 

6th.... 
4th.... 
8th.... 


Pa 

N. H.... 


10th... 
2d..... 


Md 


6th.... 


Md 

Va 


2d 

3d 


Iowa 


3d 


Ind 


Cth.... 



$6,400 
4,600 
6,400 
6,400 

3,500 
4,800 



9,000 
6,500 
7,250 
7,250 
7,250 
6,500 
6,400 
4,600 
4,400 



8,750 
6,750 
5, 800 
4,800 
4,800 



9,000 
7,000 
5,600 
5,800 
6,200 
5,600 



8.000 
7,500 



8,500 
7,000 
6,500 
5,600 
4,000 
4,600 
4,600 



5,600 



4,600 
3,800 



4,800 



4,200 



96 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Contiiuied 



Office of the Treasurer^ 

Continued 



Division of General 
Accounts 



William J. Weber. 



Division of Securities 
Clarence E. Hearst 



Division of Securities, 
Chicago Office 



John M. Farrar 

War Finance Division 



Office of the National 
Director 

Ted R. Gamble 

Robert W. Coyne 

Charles W. Adams. -_ 

National Organizations 
Division 

James L. Houghteling 



Radio, Press and Adver- 
tising Division 



Thomas H. Lane. 



Field Offices 



Ed Leigh McMillan... 

Ernest Gruening 

Walter R. Bimson 

William W. Campbell. 
William W. Crocker... 



Robert H. Moulton 

Philip K. Alexander 

Eugene E. Wilson 

Donald P. Ross 

Wilmer J. Waller 

WDbur W. McEachern. 

Jackson P. Dick 

Fred H. Kanne 

John A. Schoonover 

Renslow P. Sherer 

Eugene C. Pulliam 

Herbert L. Horton 

John S. Nollen 

W. Laird Dean 

Ben Williamson, Jr 

S. Albert Phillips 



Leon G. Tujaguc 

Phillips M. Payson._ 
Charles S. Garland .- 
F. Winchester Denio, 

Frank N. Isbey 

Oswald J. Arnold 

Rex I. Brown,.. 

Walter W. Head 

Alfred T. Hibbard... 

W. Dale Clark 

Forest B. Lovelock... 
Eliot A. Carter 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Division of General Accounts. 



Chief, Division of Secm'ities. 



Chief, Chicago Branch of Securities Division- 



National Director 

Assistant National Director in Charge of Field 

Operations. 
Assistant to the National Director in Charge of 

Administrative Operations. 



Director. 



.do. 



Chairman, Birmingham, Ala 

Chairman, Juneau, Alaska 

Chairman, Phoenix, Ariz 

Chairman, Little Rock, Ark 

Chairman, (No. California) San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Chairman, (So. California) Los Angeles, Calif. 

Chairman, Denver, Colo 

Chairman, Hartford, Conn 

Chairman, Wilmington, Del.. .- 

Chairman, Washington, D. C 

Chairman, Jacksonville, Fla 

Chairman, Atlanta, Ga 

Chairman, Honolulu, T. H 

Chairman, Boise, Idaho 

Chairman, Chicago, 111 

Chairman, Indianapolis, Ind 

Co-Chairman, Des Moines, Iowa 

Co-Chairman, Grinnell, Iowa 

Chairman, Topeka, Kans 

Chairman, (Eastern Kentucky) Ashland, Ky 
Chairman, (Western Kentucky) Louisville, 

Ky. 

Chairman, New Orleans, La 

Chairman, Portland, Maine.. 

Chairman, Baltimore, Md 

Chairman, Boston, Alass 

Chairman, Detroit, Mich 

Chairman, Minneapolis, Minn 

Chairman, Jackson, Miss.. 

Chairman, St. Louis, Mo 

Chairman, Helena, Mont 

Chairman, Omaha, Nebr 

Chairman, Reno, Nev 

Chairman, Manchester, N. H 



Legal residence 



State 



* Governor of Alaska; serves without additional compensation. 

s Serves without compensation. 

Collector of Internal Revenue; serves without additional compensation. 



HI. 



Kans. 



Fla. 



Oreg... 
Maine. 



Ga. 



EI. 



N. Y.... 



Ala 

Alaska. 

Ariz 

Ark.... 
Calif... 



Calif... 
Colo... 
Comi-. 

Del 

D. C... 
Fla..... 

Ga 

T. H... 
Idaho.. 

Ill 

Ind-_-. 
Iowa... 
Iowa... 
Kans... 
Ky..... 
Ky..... 



La 

Maine . 
Md.... 
Mass.. 
Mich... 
Minn.- 
Miss... 

Mo 

Mont.. 
Nebr... 

Nev 

N. H... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



8th..- 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



2d. 



4th.... 



6th—. 



10th. 



18th... 



9th. 



AtL. 

5th-.- 
8th... 

12th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
AtL. 



6th. 
5th. 



2d .. 
10th. 
11th. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
3d... 



1st... 
1st... 
2d ... 
5th... 
15th.. 
5th... 
7th... 
12th.. 
2d.... 
ist.-- 
At L. 
2d.... 



97 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



War Finance Division — 

Continued 

Field Offices— Con. 

Franklin D'Olier.... __ 

Cale W. Carson 

Frederick W. Gehle _. 

Clarence T. Leinbach 

Fred L. Conklin._ 

Phil J. Trounstine 

A. E. Bradshaw 

E. C. Sammons 

G. Ruhland Rebmann, Jr. 

Martin Travieso (Judge) 

Roderick Pirnie 

Christie Bcnet 

Walter II. Burke. _ 

O. Cecil Woods 

Nathan Adams 

Charles L. Smith . 

Levi P. Smith. _ 

Francis P. Gaines 

Reno Odlin 

A. C. Spurr 

Walter Kasten 

Fred W. Marble. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chairman, Newark, N. J. 

Chairman, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Chairman, New York, N. Y 

Chairman, Greensboro, N. C 

Chairman, Jamestown, N. Dak... 

Chairman, Cleveland, Ohio 

Chairman, Tulsa, Okla 

Chairman, Portland, Oreg 

Chairman, Philadelphia, Pa 

Chairman, San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Chairman, Providence, R. I 

Chairman, Columbia, S. C 

Chairman, Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

Chairman, Nashville, Tenn .. 

Chairman, Dallas, Tex 

Chairman, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Chairman, Burlington, Vt 

Chairman, Richmond, Va 

Chairman, Seattle, Wash 

Chairman, Charleston, W. Va 

Chairman, Milwaukee, Wis 

Chairman, Cheyenne, Wyo 



Legal residence 



State 



N.J 

N. Mex. 
N.J..... 
N. C.___ 
N. Dak. 

Ohio 

Okla ... 

Oreg 

Pa 

P. R... 

R.I 

S. C 

S. Dak.. 
Tenn.-.. 

Tex 

Utah..-- 

Vt 

Va 

Wash... 
W. Va _ 

Wis 

Wyo.-.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



10th.. 
AtL. 
13th . 
6th. ._ 
At L. 
16th.. 
Ist... 
3d..-. 
17th.. 



2d.-.. 
1st... 
Ist... 
6th... 
Sth... 
2d.... 
AtL. 
3d—. 
1st... 
6th... 
Sth... 
AtL. 



(«) 



« Serves without compensation. 



WAR DEPARTMENT 



SECRETARY 

HENRY L. STIMSON, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary of 
War 



Robert A. Lovett _-- 

John J. McCloy 

John W. Martyn 

Brig. Qcn. Kenneth 
Royall. 

Harvey H. Bundy 

Ooldthwaite H. Dorr 

Edward L. Bowles.. 

Col. W. n. Kyle 

Col. George A. Brownell. 



Col. Harrison A. Qerhardt. 



Truman K. Gibson, Jr. 
William H. Kushnick.. 

James C. Cook 

Walla A. Kenyon 

George E. Brewer 

Frank B. Bourn 



J. Rhodes Mitchell.. 

John W. Sehott 

Elizabeth C. Neary. 



Office of the Under Secretary 
of War 



Robert P. Patterson. 

Lt. Gen. Wm. S. Knudsen.. 
Brig. Gen. Edward S. Oreen- 
baum. 

Col. Gerson K. Heiss 

Howard C. Petersen 

Michael J. Madigan. 

Edward F. McQrady 

Harold H. Neff 

James H. Graham... 

Austin H. MacCormick 

Col. Herbert A. Friedlich... 
Lt. Col. Bayard Schieffelin.. 

Lucille Mundy.. 

Esther Rice. 

Kate Buckingham 

Anna C. Lanigan 

Col. Hugh C.Smith... 



Col. Paul Q. Thompson. 



Office of the Chief of Staff 



Gen. George C. Marshall 

Qen. Thomas T. Handy 

Brig. Qen. Henry I. Hodes.. 
Col. Frank McCarthy 



General Staff 

Personnel Division, 0-1 

Maj. Gen. Stephen G. Henry 
Brig. Gen. Robert W. Berry 
Col. Oliver G. Haywood, Jr.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant Secretary of War (Air) 

Assistant Secretary of War 

Administrative Assistant and Chief Clerk 

Special Assistant to the Secretary of War 



...do 

do 

Expert Consultant 

Aide to the Secretary of War 

Executive Officer to Assistant Secretary of 

War (Air). 
Executive Officer to Assistant Secretary of 
War. 

Civilian Aide to the Secretary of War 

Director of Civilian Personnel and Training... 

Deputy Administrative Assistant. 

Chief, Procurement and Accounting Division.. 

Assistant to the Administrative Assistant 

Special Assistant to the Administrative As- 
sistant. 

Director of Communications 

Clerk to the Secretary of War 

Secretary 



Under Secretary of War. 
Director of Production.. 
Executive OfTicer.. 



Executive Assistant 

do 

Assistant to the Under Secretary. 

do. 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



Chief, Contracts and Facilities Division 

Administrative Officer 

Private Secretary 

do 

Clerk 

Administrative Assistant 

President, War Department Board of Con- 
tract Appeals. 

Recorder, War Department Board of Con- 
tract Appeals. 



Chief of Staff 

Deputy Chief of Staff 

Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff. 
Secretary of the General Staff... 



Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1. 

Deputy 

E xecuti ve. 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Mass... 
N. C... 

Mass... 
N. Y... 
Mass... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 

N. Y... 



ni 


4th.... 


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6th...- 


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11th... 


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33d.... 


R.I 


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8th...- 


D. C... 




N. Y.... 


2d 



N. Y. 



Va... 

N. Y. 
Mass. 
Va... 
Ky... 
N. Y. 



D. C. 
Pa... 
Tenn. 
D. C. 



Va... 
D.C. 
D. C. 
Va... 



La... 
N. J_ 
N.J. 



1 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

> Per diem. 

3 Serves without compensation. 

* Per diem, when actually employed. 

(98) 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st.... 
17th... 
14th... 
3d..... 

10th... 
16th... 
14th... 
22d.... 
17th... 

9th... 



26th... 



8th.. 
17th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
6th.. 
18th. 



10th. 
1st.. 



8th... 



3d. 



8th.. 
7th.. 
10th. 



99 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of the Chief of Staff- 
Continued 










General Staff— Continued 










Military Intelligence 
Division, G-S 










Maj. Gen. Clayton BisselL..- 
Brig. Gen. John Weckerling.. 
Brig. Gen. Paul E. Peabody.. 
Brig. Gen. Carter W. Clarke.. 

Organization and Training 
Division, OS 


Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2-. - 


Pa 

La 

Calif... - 
Ky 


26th... 
1st ... . 
11th .. 
1st.-.. 


(') 




(') 




(1) 


Deputy - 


(') 










Maj. Gen. Idwal H. Edwards. 
Brig. Gen. Willard W. Irvlne. 
Col. Cyrus Q. Shelton 

Supply Division, Q-i 


Assistant Chief of StafI, G-3 


Pa 




(') 




Oa 

D. C... 


4th..-- 


(') 




(') 










Maj. Gen. Russell L. Max- 
well. 

Brig. Gen. William J. Mor- 
rissey. 

Col. Edward P. Mechling 

Operations Division 


Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4 


Calif.... 
Pa 


9th -.. 
1st..-- 


(') 


Deputy 


(•) 




Tex 


16th... 


(') 










Maj. Gen. John E. Hull - 

Maj. Gen. Howard A. Craig— 
Col. Kenneth W. Treacy 

Special Staff 


Assistant Chief of Staff, OPD -- 


Ohio 

Pa 

Calif.... 


6th.... 
2d 

nth... 


(') 




(') 




(') 










Budget Division 










Maj. Gen. George J. Richards. 
Col. John J Dubbelde Jr 


Director 


Pa 

Va 

D. C... 


21st--. 
8th...- 


(') 




(') 






(') 


Special Planning Division 










Maj. Gen. William F. Tomp- 
kins. 
Col Gordon E Textor 




D.C.--. 




(') 


Deputy - - - 


Va 

Mo 


8th.... 
11th... 


0) 


Maj. Ernest F. Randall - . 


Executive 


(•) 


Legislative and Liaison 
Division 












Chief 


Ala 

D.C... 


2d 


(!) 


Brig. Gen. Miles Reber 




(') 




Miss 


7th..-. 


(') 


Liaison Officers: 

Lt. Col. Earl Wixcey 

Col. David A. Watt 

Col. C. J. Hauck— . 


For Committee on Military Affairs, U. S. 

Senate. 

For United States Senate At Large 

For Committee on Military Aflairs, House of 

Representatives 
For House of Representatives At Large 


Utah.... 

Md 

N. J-..- 
N. C... 


2d 

5th.-.. 
6th..-- 

12th..- 


(') 

0) 

(') 


Col. William F. Pearson 


(') 


Civil Affairs Division 










Maj. Gen. John H. Hilldring 


Director -. 


Ariz 

N. Y--.. 
Tex 


AtL-- 

18th... 
20th... 


(') 


Col. William C. Chanler 




(') 


Col. Ray J. Laux 




(') 


New Developments Division 






Brig. Gen. William A. Bor- 




N. Y.. - 

Va 

Tex 


32d...- 

8th.... 
5th.... 


(') 


den. 
Col. John S. Mills 




(') 


Lt. Col. Harry S. Turner, Jr.. 


Executive 


(') 



See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
654092—45 8 



100 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Offlceof the Chief of Staff- 
Continued 

[Special Staff— Continued 

War Department Manpotver 
Board 

Maj. Gen. Lorenzo D.Gasser_ 
Brig. Gen. Karl S. Bradford^. 
Col. Russell S. Albert 

Office of The Inspector 
General 

Maj. Gen. Virgil L. Peterson. 
Maj. Gen. Philip E. Brown. _ 
Col. John O. Lawrence 



President. 
Deputy -- 
Executive 



Acting The Inspector General 

Deputy 

Executive 



Ohio. 
D. C. 
Ky... 



Headquarters, Army Ground 
Forces 



Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell 

Maj. Gen. James G. Chris- 
tiansen. 

Brie. Gen. William L. 
Mitchell. 

Lt. Col. Donald G. McLen- 



Commanding General. 
Chief of Staff 



Deputy Chief of StafT... 
Secretary, General Staff. 



nan. 
Brig. Gen. Rupert E. Starr. 

Lt. Col. Kent R. Greenfield. 
Brig. Gen. William E. Ber- 

ein. 

Lt. Col. .John W. Wurts 

Brig. Gen. William E. Ber- 

gin. 
Maj. Gen. Clyde L. Hyssong 

Col. Gordon B. Rogers 

Maj. Gen. Leo Donovan 

Brie. Gen. Loyal M. Havnes. 
Maj. Gen. Albert W. Wald- 

ron. 

Col. John R. Francis 

Col. Everard F. Olsen 

Col. John A. McLaughlin 

Col. Hans W. Holmer 

Lt. Col. Robert E. Benjamin. 
Brig. Gen. Frederick A. 

Blesse. 

Col. Edward P. Mechling 

Col. Harvey Edward 

Col. Otis K. Sadtler 

Col. William N. Todd, Jr.... 

Army Service Forces 

Office of the Commanding 
General and Chief of 

Staff 



Gen. Brehon Somervell.. 
Maj. Gen. LeRoy Lutes. 



Chief, Groimd Antiaircraft Artillery Liaison 

Section. 
Ground Historical Officer 

Chief, Ground Special Information Section 



Chief, Ground Statistics Section 

Chief, Ground Technical Information Section. 



Maj. Gen. Clinton F. Robin- 
son. 

Maj. Gen. Walter A. Wood, 
Jr. 

Brig. Gen. Stanley L. Scott.. 

Brig. Gen. Charles E. Dis- 
singer. 

Brig. Ocn. Theodore M. Os- 
borne. 



Assistant Chief of Staff, O-l 

Assistant Chief of Staff, G- 2 

Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3 .-. 

Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4 

Chief, Ground Requirements Section 

Chief, War Department Liaison Section. 

Ground Adjutant General 

Ground Chemical Officer 

Ground Engineer 

Ground Fiscal Officer 

Ground Medical Officer 



Ground Ordnance Officer 

Ground Quartermaster - - 

Ground Signal Officer 

Ground Headquarters Commandant . 



D. C .. 
W. Va. 
Maine - 



Calif. - 
Oreg.. 

Miss.. 

(«) 

Calif.. 

Md._. 
Calif.. 



Commanding General 

Chief of Staff and Deputy to Commanding 

General. 
Director, Control Division 

D irector. Plans and O perations 

Deputy Director, and Director, Planning 

Division. 
Director, Mobilization Division 

Director, Requirements and Stock Division . 



Pa... 
Calif- - 

Wvo.. 

(5) 

Ala... 
lowa.- 
N. Y_. 

(5) 

(5) 

(0 
N. Y.. 
Conn. 

(5) 

Tex... 

(5) 
(S) 

Kans.. 



Ark. 
111... 



Ohio. 
Md.. 
Ind.. 



Mont. 



13th _ 
4thV." 



8th-.. 
3d.... 



rth. 



4th. 
4th. 



22d. 
4th- 



4th-. 
2d— 
40th. 



21st.. 
1st.-. 



16th. 
1st-'] 



5th.- 
25th- 

9th.. 

4th.. 

8th.. 

12th. 



' See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
» No legal residence. 



101 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Army Service Forces — Con. 

Office OF THE Commanding 
Qenerai. and Chief of 
Staff— Continued 

Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Battley. 
Col. John Nash 

Col. James M. Reamer 

Maj. Gen. Archer L. Lerch... 

Col. Alfred B. Johnson 

Maj. Gen. John F. Williams. 
Col. Walter F. Adams 



Staff Divisions 



Maj. Gen. Joe N. Dalton 

Col. Arthur B. Wood 

Col. Charles E. Hixon 

Col. Ralph F. Gow 

Maj. Gen. Joseph W. BjTon. 

Col. Earl G. Welsh 

Brig. Gen. George F. Rixey.. 

Col. F. Granville Munson 

Maj. Gen. Frederick H. Os- 

born. 
Brig. Gen. Edward W^ Smith 
Maj. Gen. Walter L. Weible. 
Brig. Gen. Arthur G. Tru- 

deau. 
Col. Raymond T. Beurket.. 
Col. William C. Bennett, Jr.. 
Col. Alexander W. Chilton... 
Maj. Gen. Frank A. Heile- 

man. 

Col. Arthur V. Winton 

Col. Morris K. Barroll, Jr 

Col. Robert A. Case. 

Brig. Gen. Hubert W. Bey- 

ette. 

Howard Bruce 

Maj. Gen. Glen E. Edgerton. 

Col. Fred C. Foy 

Brig. Gen. Hugh C. Minton, 
Col. Philip R. FaymonvOle.. 



Brig. Gen. Don G. Shingler.. 

Col. Maurice Hirsch 

Brig. Gen. David N. Hause- 

man. 
Maj. Gen. Arthur H. Carter. 

Col. Andrew Stewart 

Maj. Gen. Howard K. 

Loughry. 
Brig. Gen. Remi P. Hueper.. 

Col. Donald T. Nelson 

Maj. Gen. James A. Ulio 

Col. J. Huntington Hills 

Augustus S. Mangene 

Col. Eustace M. Peixotto 

Brig. Gen. William E. Chick- 

eritig. 
Brig. Gen. Robert H. Dunlop. 

O. Carroll Dimond 

Brig.Gen. Edward F. Witsell. 

Col. Kenneth B. Bush 

Brig. Gen. Lester S. Ostran- 

der. 

Col. Richard M. Levy 

Col. Marion Rushton 

Maj. Gen. Myron C. Cramer. 
Brig. Gen. Tiiomas H. Green. 
Col. Anthony Kane 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Deputy Chief of Stall for Service Commands 

Executive Officer 

D irector, Intelligence D i vision 

Provost Marshal General 

Executive Officer 

Chief, National Guard Bureau .- 

Executive Officer 



Director of Personnel .^ 

Execut i ve O fflcer 

Director, Military Personnel Division 

Director, Industrial Personnel Division 

Director, Special Services Division 

Director, Officer Procurement Service 

Acting Chief of Chaplains 

Director, Personal Affairs Division 

Director, Information and Education Divi- 
sion. 
Executive for Reserve and R. O. T. C. Affairs. 

Director of Military Training 

Deputy Director. 



Director, Troop Training Division 

Director, Training Requirements Division... 

Director, School Division 

Director of Supply 



Deputy Director 

Director, Maintenance Division. 
Director, Distribution Division. 
Director, Storage Division 



Director of Matt-riel 

Deputy Diector 

Director, Purcha.ses Division 

Director, Production Division 

Director, Research and Development Divi 
sion. 

Director, International Division 

Director, Renegotiation Division 

Director, Readjustment Division 



Fiscal Director... 
Deputy Director. 
Chief of Finance- 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Deputy Director and Asst. Chief of Finance- 
Executive Officer 

The Adjutant General 

Executive Officer -. 

Senior Administrative Assistant 

Director, Control Division 

Director, ."Vrmy Postal Service 



Director, Civilian Personnel Division.- 

Principal Administrative Officer 

Director, Military Personnel Division 

Director, Operations and Training Division. 
Director, Publication Division.. 



Director, Records Division 

Director, Correction Division 

The Judge Advocate General 

Deputy Judge Advocate General. 
Executive Officer 



D. C... 

Va 

Calif... 
Md.-.. 
D. C- 

Mo 

Vt 



N. C-- 
N. Y.. 
Ind... 
Mass.. 
Md... 
Va-..- 
Mo..- 
D. C-. 
N. Y.- 

Ga--.. 
Conn. 
Vt 



Pa 

D. C 


14th... 


N. Mex. 
Mo 


AtL.. 
llth... 


Wis 

Md 

La 

Tex 


2d 

1st 

6th.... 
12th... 


Md 

D. C... 


5th-.-. 


N. Y.... 
D. C... 


28th-.- 


Calif.... 


5th..-- 


S. C— . 

Tex 

Ala 


2d 

8th.... 
9th.... 


Conn 

N. Y... 
Ind 


4th.... 

1st 

2d 



Ky 

Ohio... 
N. Dak 
N. Y..- 
N. H... 
Calif.-. 
N. J-..- 



Vt 

N. H... 
S. C--. 
D. C- 
Ohio... 

Texas. - 

Ala 

Wash- 
Mass... 
Wash-. 



2d.. 
4th. 
6th. 



2d._-. 
AtL. 



5th_.. 
13th-. 
11th.. 
4th... 
6th-.. 
8th-.. 
9th-.- 



27th-. 

5th-. 
5th-.. 
AtL. 



3d...- 
10th.. 
AtL. 
7th.-- 
1st... 
4th... 
3d.... 



AtL- 

1st..- 
1st... 



22d. 

3d.. 
2d-. 
6th. 
7th- 
ist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 

(') 
(') 
(') 

(') 
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* Per diem when actually employed. 



102 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Army Serrice Forces— Con. 

Technical Services 

Lt. Gen. Edmund B. Gregory. 
Brig. Gen. Harold A. Barnes. 

Col. Andrew D. Hopping 

Lt. Col. Donald C. O'Hara.. 
Lt. Gen. Levin H. Camp- 
bell, Jr. 

Col. John C. Raaen 

Lt. Gen. Eugene Reybold 

Maj. Gen. Thomas M. Robins. 
Lt. Col. Harry C. Kilpatrick. 
Maj. Gen. William N. Porter. 

Col. Lowell A. Elliott 

Col. Eric Lee 

Maj. Gen. Harry C. Ingles... 

Col. David E. Washburn 

Maj. Gen. Norman T. Kirk.. 

Maj. Gen. George F. Lull 

Col. Robert J. Carpenter 

Maj. Gen. Charles P. Gross.. 
Col. Luke W. Flnlay 



Service Commands 

Maj. Gen. Sherman Miles 

Maj. Gen. Thomas A. Terry. 

Maj. Gen. Philip Hayes 

Maj. Gen. Frederick E. Uhl. 
Maj. Gen. James L. Collins. . 

Maj. Gen. Russell B. Rey- 
nolds. 

Maj. Gen. Clarence H. Dan- 
ielson. 

Maj. Gen. Richard Donovan. 

Maj. Gen. WUliam E. Shedd. 

Brig. Gen. Frederick S. Strong. 

Maj. Gen. Charles F. Thomp- 
son. 

U. S. Military Academy 

Maj. Gen. Francis B. Wilby.. 

Brig. Gen. George Honnen 

Col. Leland S. Smith 

T. Donald Conklm 



Army War College 

Col. William N. Todd, Jr.... 
Lt. Col. Charles E. Lewis 

Army Air Forces 

General of the Army Henry 

H. Arnold. 
Lt. Gen. Ira C. Eaker 



Brig. Gen. Patrick W. Tim- 

berlake. 

Brig. Gen. Ray L. Owens 

Brig. Gen. Lauris Norstad... 
Brig. Gen. Ruben C. Hood, 

Jr. 

' See Army pay tables in appendix of OfBcial Register. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



The Quartermaster General 

Deputy, The Quartermaster General 

...do. - 

Executive OflBcer. 

Chief of Ordnance 

Executive Officer 

Chief of Engineers 

Deputy Chief of Engineers 

Executive Officer 

Chief, Chemical Warfare Service 

Deputy Chief, Chemical Warfare Service 

Executive Offi cer _ . _ 

Chief Signal Officer 

E xecu ti ve Officer 

The Surgeon General 

Deputy, The Surgeon General 

Executive Officer 

Chief of Transportation 

Executive Officer 



Commanding General, First Service Com- 
mand, Boston, Mass. 

Commanding General, Second Service Com- 
mand, Governors Island, N. Y. 

Commanding General, Third Service Com- 
mand, Baltimore, Md. 

Commanding General, Fourth Service Com- 
mand, Atlanta, Ga 

Commanding General, Fifth Service Com- 
mand, Ft. Hayes, Ohio. 

Commanding General, Sixth Service Com- 
mand, Chicago, 111. 

Commanding General, Seventh Service Com- 
mand, Omaha, Nebr. 

Commanding General, Eighth Service Com- 
mand, Dallas, Tex. 

Commanding General, Ninth Service Com- 
mand, Ft. Douglas, Utah. 

Commanding General, Northwest Service 
Command, Whitehorse, YT. 

Commanding General, Military District of 
Columbia, Washington, D. C. 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



West Point, New York 



Superintendent 

Commandant of Cadets 

Adjutant General 

Junior Administrative Officer. 



Washington, D. C. 



Acting Commandant. 
Executive Officer 



Commanding General, Army Air Forces 

Deputy Commander AAF and Chief of Air 

Staff. 
Deputy Chief of Air Staff - 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



D. C_ 
D. C. 
Ind... 
Mich. 
D. C. 



Va...- 
Del... 
Md... 
N. Y.. 
Ohio.. 
D. C. 
Va._-. 
Nebr.. 
Nebr.. 
Md... 
Pa..-. 
Mass.. 
Nev... 
N. Y.. 



Mass.... 

Ala 

N. Dak. 

Pa 

D. C.._ 
Mich... 
S. Dak. 

Ky 

111 

Mich... 
D. C... 



Mass... 

Pa 

Mass... 
N. Y... 



Kans... 
La 



CaUf. 
D. C. 
Tex.. 



Wash. 
Minn. 
Ga.... 



11th. 
6th.. 



8th... 
AtL. 
1st... 
17th.. 
4th... 



4th..- 
1st... 
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1st... 
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10th.. 
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8th... 



2d... 
2d.._ 
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18th- 
17th. 



5th.. 
3d... 
6th.. 
26th. 



1st. 
1st. 



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103 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Army Air Forces— Continued 

Brig. Gen. Byron E. Gates.-. 
Maj. Gen. Hubert R. Harmon. 
Maj. Gen. James P. Hodges^ 
Brig. Gen. William W. Welsh- 
Brig. Gen. Edward M. Pow- 
ers. 
Maj. Gen. Donald Wilson 

Maj. Gen. Laurence S. Kuter. 

Maj. Gen. Junius W. Jones.. 

Maj. Gen. David N. W. 
Grant. 

Brig. Gen. Leland W. Miller. 

Brig. Gen. Lawrence H. Hed- 
rick. 

Col. Warren S. Ege 

Col. F. Trubee Davison 

Brig. Gen. Harold M. McClel- 
land. 

Col. George C. Price 

Maj. Gen. Homer R. Oldfleld. 

Col. Rex W. D. Smith 

Brig. Gen. Eugene H. Beebe. 

Col. Thomas A. FitzPatrick.. 

Col. Fred M. Dean 

Lt. Col. William A. McRae.. 

Lt. Col. Harper Woodward.. 

Maj. Samuel L. Gwin. 



Chief, Management Control. 

Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Persoimel 

Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Intelligence 

Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Training... 

Acting Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Materiel 
and Services. 

Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Operations, Com- 
mitments and Requirements. 

Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Plans. 

Air Inspector ___ 

Air Surgeon 



Calif. 
Tex.. 
Md.. 
Tex.. 
IlL... 



D. C. 



Va.. 
La-. 
Tex. 



Budget and Fiscal Officer, Air Finance. 
Air Judge Advocate 



Chief, Legislative Services.-. 

Chief, Special Projects 

Air Communications Officer. 



D. C. 
Fla... 



D. C. 

N. Y. 
D. C. 



Chief, Flying Safety 

Special Assistant for Antiaircraft 

Chief, Information Services 

Assistant to the Commanding General. 

Secretary of Air Staff 

Chief, Advisory Council 

Member Advisory Council 

....do 

...do 



Mich.. 
Calif.. 
N. Y.. 
Idaho. 
N. J.. 
Fla... 
Fla.... 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 



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WAR DEPARTMENT— RELATED AGENCIES 
ARLINGTON MEMORIAL AMPHITHEATER COMMISSION 



Henry L. Stimson 

James V. Forrestal 

Col. D. H. Rubinstein, QMC 

Ernest C. Farwell 



Secretary of War 

Secretary of Navy 

Commanding Officer, Washington Quarter- 
master Depot, Alexandria, Va. 

Chief Clerk, Washington Quartermaster De- 
pot, Alexandria, Va. 



N. Y . 




N. Y.... 




Tex 

111 


20th..- 
6th.... 



« Serves without compensation. 



104 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Coatinued 

UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME 

The United States Soldiers' FTome is for the use of old, invalid, and disabled soldiers of the Regular Army. 
It is maintained entirely from funds derived from the pay of Regular Army soldiers. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Maj. Gen. Howard K. 

Loughry. 
Col. Douglas C. Cordincr 

(retired). 
Col. C. R. Bennett (retired). 
Brig. Gen. A. Owen Seaman 

(retired). 

Col. John Wallace 

Col. Clark Lynn (retired) 



Governor 

Deputy Governor 



Secretary Treasurer. 
Quartermaster 



Chief Surgeon 

Secretary, Board of Commissioners. 



0) 

(') 
0) 

(') 
(') 



• Serves without compensation. 

JOINT ARMY-NAVY BOARDS 
THE AERONAUTICAL BOARD 



General of the Army Henry 

H. Arnold, U. S. A. 
Maj. Gen. Oliver P. Echols, 

U. S. A. 
Col. John B. Cary, U. S. A. 

Vice Admiral Aubrey W. 

Fitch. U. S. N. 
Capt. Harold F. Fick, U. S. 

N. 
Capt. Theodore C. Lonn- 

quest, U. S. N. 
Jarvis Butler 



Commanding General, Army Air Forces 

Assistant Chief of Air Stafl, Material and 

Services. 
Jilember of Operations Division, General 

Staff. 
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air) 

Director of Aviation Planning Division, 
Office of Chief of Naval Operations. 

Director of Engineering Division, Bureau of 
Aeronautics. 

Secretary 



S. Dak.. 



1st.. 



0) 
0) 
(■) 
(') 
(') 
(') 



1 See pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

' Detailed from Navy Department; no additional compensation as secretary of the Aeronautical Board. 

THE COMBINED CHIEFS OF STAFF 



United States Members 

Fleet Admiral William D. 

Leahy. 
General of the Army George 

C. Marshall. 
Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King 

General of the Army Henry 

H. Arnold. 
Brig. Gen. Andrew J. McFar- 

land. 
Capt. Edwin D. Graves 



Great Britain Members 

Field Marshal Sir Henry 
Maitland Wilson. 

Admiral Sir James Sommer- 
ville. 

Lt. Gen. G. N. Macready.. 

Air Marshal D. Colyer 

Brigadier A. T. Cornwall- 
Jones. 

Comdr. R. D. Coleridge 



Chief of Staff to the Commander-in-Chief of 

the Army and Navy. 
Chief of Stafl, U. S. Army 



Commandor-in-Chief of the United States 

Fleet, and Chief of Naval Operations. 
Commanding General, Army Air Forces 



U. S. Secretary, Combined Chiefs of Stafl. 



Deputy U. S, Secretary, Combined Chiefs of 

Stafl. 



British Secretary 

British Deputy Secretary. 
' See pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



105 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 

THE COMBINED CHIEFS OF STAFF— Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, imless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Munitions Assignments 
Board, United States 
AND Qkeat Britain = 

Harry L Hopkins 


Chairman 




- 


(^) 


United States Members 








(1) 


Rpar Admiral W. R. Purnell 








(') 










(I) 


Murphy. 








(') 


Lt Gen B M. Giles 








(1) 


Maj. Gen. Russel L. Max- 
well. 
Maj. Gen. J. Y. York, Jr 

Great Britain Members 

Admiral Sir James Sommcr- 








(0 








(I) 










ville. 
Lt Gen O N Macready 










Air Marshal D. Colyer 










Capt. E. M. C. Abel-Smith, 
RN. 



















(A corresponding committee is functioning in London.) 

1 See pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 A supporting agency to the Combined Chiefs of Staff (United States and Great Britain). 

3 Receives no compensation from Munitions Assignments Board. 

JOINT ARMY AND NAVY COMMITTEE ON WELFARE AND RECREATION 



Arthur W. Page. 
Sheldon Clark... 
John M. Russell 
Florence TaaSee. 



Chairman , _ _ 

Vice Chairman 

Executive Director and Secretary 

Director of Information and Reports 



N. Y.-_. 

Ill 

Mass 

Minn... 


lst_.._ 
10th-. _ 
11th... 







(') 

$4, 600 
3,800 



' Serves without compensation. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

FRANCIS BIDDLE, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Charles Fahy ---■ 

James P. McGranery. 

A DevittVanech 

Wendell Berge. -. 



Samuel O.Clark, Jr. 

Francis M. Shea 

(Vacancy) 

Tom C. Clark 



Herbert Wechsler. 
Paul P. Rao 



Hugh B. Cox 

Salvador A. Andretta 

Charles Tousley Malcolmson 

Daniel M. Lyons.. 

John Q. Cannon 



(Vacancy) . 



J. Edgar Hoover . 
Clyde A. Tolson. 



Edward A. Tamm. 
Hugh H. Clegg.-.. 



W. Richard Olavin. 

D. Milton Ladd 

Louis B. Nichols.... 
Stanley J. Tracy.... 

Alex Rosen. 

Ugo Carusi. — 



Edward J. Shaughnessy. 
Thomas B. Shoemaker.. 



Wiliard F. Kelly. 



Joseph Savoretti.. 

(Vacancy)- 

L. Paul Winings.. 

(Vacancy)... 

Henry B. Hazard. 

Perry M. Oliver.. 



Thomas O. Finucane. 
Robert M. Charles.... 
Patricia H. Collins... 
Leigh L. Nettleton... 

Jack Wasserman 

Robert E. Ludwig 



James V. Bennett 

William T. Hammack. 

Arthur D. Wood 

T. Webber Wilson 

Edward P. Reidy 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Solicitor General 

The Assistant to the Attorney General 

Special Assistant to the Attorney General 

Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Divi- 
sion. 

Assistant Attorney General, Tax Division 

Assistant Attorney General, Claims Division 
Assistant Attorney General, Lands Division. 
Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Divi- 
sion. 

Assistant Attorney General, War Division 

Assistant Attorney General, Customs Divi- 
sion, New York City. 

Assistant Solicitor General 

Executive Assistant to the Attorney General 

Director of Public Relations 

Pardon A ttorney 

Administrative Assistant to the Attorney 

General. 
Assistant Administrative Assistant to the 
Attorney General. 

Director, Federal Bureau of Investi?ation 

Assistant to the Director, Federal Bureau of 
Investigation. 

do.. -..- - 

Assistant Director, Federal Bureau of Investi- 
gation. 

do 

do - 

do 

do — . 

do .- 

Commissioner of Immigration and Naturali- 
zation. 
Special Assistant to the Commissioner of 

Immigration and Naturalization. 
Deputy Commissioner (in Charge of Opera- 
tions), Immigration and Naturalization. 
Assistant Commissioner for Alien Control, 

Immigration and Naturalization Service. 
Assistant Commissioner for Adjudications, 

Immigration and Naturalization. 
Executive Assistant to the Commissioner of 

Immigration and Naturalization. 
General Counsel, Immigration and Naturali- 
zation Service. 
Director of Personnel, Immigration and 

Naturalization Service. 
Director of Research and Educational Serv- 
ices, Immigration and Naturalization Serv- 
ice. 
Director of Administrative Services, Immi- 
gration and Naturalization Service. 
Chairman, Board of Immigration Appeals... 

Member. Board of Immigration Appeals 

do... 

do - 

do 

Chief Examiner, Board of Immigration Ap- 
peals. 

Director, Bureau of Prisons 

A.ssistant Director, Bureau of Prisons.. 

Member, Board of Parole .- 

do 

do 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Mex. 
Pa 

Conn... 
N. Y.... 

Conn.- 
N. Y... 



Tex. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N.Y.. 

Conn. 
Va... 
Mass.. 
Utah.. 



D. C. 
Iowa. 



Mont. 
Miss.. 



N. Y.... 
N. Dak 
Mich... 
Utah. . 
Ohio... 
Vt 



Cong. 
Dist. 



AtL. 
2d.... 
4th... 
6th... 

3d.... 



5th... 



11th 



8th.. 
12th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$10, 000 
9,000 
8,500 
9.000 

9,000 
9,000 



Mass.... 
D,C... 
Maine.. 

N. Y... 



111. 



Oreg. 



Pa- 



5th..- 



1st. 
4th. 



AtL. 



2d.... 
22d .. 
AtL. 

14th-.. 



8th... 



19th. 



3d. 



D. C... 

Ind 

Ga 

Utah.... 
N. Y... 
W. Va-. 



Md 

D. C... 
Mich... 

Miss 

R. I.... 



7th. 



2d.. 
22d. 
2d.. 



6th-. . 



11th. 
6th-. 



9,000 

9,000 
3,000 

9,000 
9,000 
8,000 
7,500 
9,000 



10, 000 
9,000 

.S, 750 
7,500 

7,250 
7,250 
7,250 
7.250 
6,750 
9,000 

7,250 

8,000 

6,750 

8,000 



6,750 



5,800 



6,500 

6,750 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5, 600 
5,600 

10, 000 
7.500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 



(106) 



107 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



James V. Bennett. 
Albert H. Conner. 



Jesse S. Barrows. 
R. A. Swadley... 



John C. Hill... 

Ralph J. LaVallee.- 

Harvey C. Donaldson.-. 

Elmer R. Butts 

Eugene J. Matchett 

John W. Adler... 

Armando Di Qirolamo.. 

Archibald C. Keegin 

Matthew A. McKavitt. 



Commissioner, Federal Prison Industries, Inc. 

Associate Commissioner, Federal Prison In- 
dustries, Inc. 

jVssiatant Commissioner, Federal Prison In- 
dustries, Inc. 

Industries Agent, Federal Prison Industries, 
Inc. 
do 



United States Attorneys and 
Marshals 



Alabama 
Northern District 



Jim C. Smith 

Raymond E. Thomason. 



Middle District 



Edward Burns Parker. 
Walter Bragg Smith. . . 



Southern District 



Albert J. Tully.. 
Roulhac Gewin. 



Alaska 
Division No. 1 



(Vacancy) 

William T. Mahoney. 



Division No. 2 



Frank C. Bingham.. 
Benjamin B. Mozee. 



Dieision No. S 



Noel K. Wennblom 

James Henry Patterson. 



Division No. 4 



Harry O. Arend 

Joseph A. McDonald. 



Frank E. Flynn. 

Benjamin J. McKinney. 



Arkansas 
Eastern District 



Sam Rorex..- 
Virgil Pettie. 



Western District 



Clinton R. Barry 

Henry C. Armstrong. 



Secretary, Federal Prison Industries, Inc. 

Chief Clerk 

Chief, Budget and Planning Section 

Chief, Division of Accounts 

Chief, Personnel Office 

Records Administration Officer 

Chief, Division of Supplies and Printing. 
Librarian 



District Attorney, Birmingham. 
Marshal, Birmingham 



District Attorney, Montgomery. 
Marshal, Montgomery 



District Attorney, Mobile- 
Marshal, Mobile 



District Attorney. 
Marshal, Juneau.. 



District Attorney, Nome- 
Marshal, Nome 



District Attorney, Anchorage. 
Marshal, Anchorage 



District Attorney, Fairbanks. 
Marshal, Fairbanks 



District Attorney, Phoenix. 
Marshal, Tucson 



District Attorney, Little Rock. 
Marshal, Little Rock .... 



Md 

Idaho. -- 


6th.... 

1st.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Tenn. . . 


1st 


Pa...... 

Pa 


26th-.. 


Fla 




Va 

D. C . 


8th-... 


Tenn... 
D. C... 




Md 

111.. 


5th.... 
20th.-. 



Ala. 
Ala. 



9th. 



Ala. 
Ala. 



Ala. 
Ala. 



Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Aalska. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Alsaka. 



Ariz. 
Ariz. 



Ark. 
Ark. 



District Attorney, Fort Smith. 
Marshal, Fort Smith 



Ark. 
Ark. 



At L. 
AtL. 



5th. 
5th. 



4th. 



(') 
$7,500 

5,200 

4,200 

4,200 
6,400 
6,000 
5,800 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 



7,500 
6,200 



5,600 
5,400 



5,600 
5,000 



5,600 



5,200 
5,600 



5,200 
5,600 



5,200 
5,600 



6,000 
5,600 



5,600 
4,800 



6,000 
4,800 



No additional compensation. 



108 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


United States Attorneys and 

Marshals— Continued 










California 










Northern District 










Frank J. Hennessy - - - 


District Attorney, San Francisco 


Calif 




$8, 000 
6 500 


George Vice 


Marshal, San Francisco - 


Calif 




Southern District 










Charles H. Carr 


District Attorney, Los Angeles 

Marshal, Los Angeles 


Calif 




8,000 


Robert E. Clark 


Calif... 




7,000 


Canal Zone 










Daniel E. McGrath 


District Attorney, Ancon 

Marshal, Ancon 


Tex 

C. Z - 


18th.. 


6,500 


John E. Hushing . 


5,500 


China 








(Vacancy) --- 


District Attorney, Shanghai 

Marshal, Shanghai. 








(Vacancy)- -. 








Colorado 










Thomas J. Morrissey 


District Attorney, Denver 

Marshal, Denver 


Colo... 
Colo 




6,000 


William C. Banks 


4,600 


Connecticut 








Robert P. Butler 


District Attorney, Hartford 

Marshal, New Haven 


Conn . 




6,000 


Bernard Fitch . 


Conn... 




4,800 


Delaware 








John J. Morris, Jr 

Paul B. Messick 


District Attorney, Wilmington 

Marshal, Wilmington 


Del 

Del 


At L. 
At L. 


5,600 
4,600 


District of Columbia 










Edward M. Curran 

W. Bruce Matthews - 


District Attorney, District of Columbia . . . 
Marshal, District of Columbia 


D. C. 

Md . . 




10, 000 
6,500 


Florida 










Northern District 










George Earl Hoffman 

Jordan B. Royall 


District Attorney, Pensacola 

Marshal, Pensacola 


Fla 

Fla 


3d._.. 


5,600 
4,000 


Southern District 










Herbert S. Phillips 


District Attorney, Tampa 

Marshal, Jacksonville 


Fla 




7,000 


Chester S. Dishong 


Fla 




6,000 


Georgia 










Northern District 










M. Neil Andrews 


District Attorn&y, Atlanta 

Marshal, Atlanta _ 


Ga 

Ga 


7th..- 


8,000 


Charles H. Cox. 


6,000 


Middle District 










John P. Cowart 

Edward B. Doyle 


District Attorney, Macon 

]\Iarshal, Macon 


Ga 

Ga 


2d.... 


6, 500 
5, 600 


Southern District 










J. Saxton Daniel 


District Attorney, Savannah 

Marshal, Savannah 


Ga 




6,400 


Joseph H. Ycung-. 


Ga - - 




4,800 


Hawaii 










Edward A. Towse 


District Attorney, Honolulu.. 

Marshal, Honolulu 


Hawaii . 




5,600 


Otto F. Heine 


T. H.._- 




6,000 



109 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



United States Attorneys and 

Marshals— Continued 

Idaho 

John A. Carver 

Everett M. Evans 

Illinois 

NoTthcTii District 

J. Albert Well 

William H. McDonnell 

Eastern District 

William W. Hart 

Carl John Werner 

Southern District 

Howard L. Doyle 

Robert Grant.. 

Indiana 

Northern District 

Alexander M. Campbell 

Aloysius W. Hosinski 

Southern District 

B. Howard Gaughran 

Julius John Wichser... 

Iowa 

Northern District 

Tobias E. Diamond 

Frederick Elliot Biermann... 

Southern District 

Maurice F. Donegan 

James Joseph Gillespie 

Kansas 

Randolph Carpenter 

William M. Lindsay 

Kentucky 

Eastern District 

Claude P. Stephens 

John M. Moore 

Western District 

David C. Walls 

Loomis E. Cranor 

Louisiana 

Eastern District 

Herbert William Christen- 

berry. 
H. Chess Richardson 

Western District 

Malcolm E. Lafargue 

Louis E. LeBlanc 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District Attorney, Boise 

Marshal, Boise 

District Attorney, Chicago 

Marshal, Chicago 

District Attorney, East St. Louis and Benton. 
Marshal, Dan ville. 

District Attorney, Springfield 

Marshal, Springfield 

District Attorney, Fort Wayne 

Marshal, South Bend ' 

District Attorney, Indianapolis 

Marshal, Indianapolis 

District Attorney, Sioux City 

Marshal, Dubuque 

District Attorney, Des Moines and Davenport. 
Marshal, Des Moines _.. 

District Attorney, Topeka 

Marshal, Topeka 

District Attorney, Lexington 

Marshal, Lexington 

District Attorney, Louisville 

Marshal, Louisville. 

District Attorney, New Orleans... 

Marshal, New Orleans 

District Attorney, Shreveport 

Marshal, Shreveport 



Legal residence 



State 



Idaho. 
Idaho. 



Ill 


2d 


111 




111.. 


25th... 


Ill 




111 .... 




ni 





Ind 

Ind . 


4th.... 


Ind 

Ind 


12th... 



Iowa... 
Iowa... 



Iowa 

Iowa 



Kans. 
Kans. 



Ky. 
Ky. 



Ky. 
Ky. 



La. 
La. 



La. 
La. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



9th. 



4th. 



2d_. 
7th. 



4th. 
2d.. 



4th.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$6, 000 
4,600 



10, 000 
7,500 



6; 500 
4,800 



6,200 
4,600 



0,000 
5,400 



6,500 
5,200 



5, 600 
4,600 



5, 600 
4,600 



5,600 
5,000 



7,000 
5,800 



6,500 
5, 400 



7,000 
5,000 



5, 600 
5,200 



no 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



United Stales Attorneys and 
Marshals— C ont inued 

Maine 

John D. Clifford, Jr ...- 

Thomas N. Ciirran 

Maryland 

Bernard J. Flynn 

August Klecka 

Massachusetts 

Edmund J. Brandon 

J. Henry Goguen 

Michigan 

Eastern District 

John C. Lehr 

John J. Bare 

Western District 

Joseph Francis Deeb 

Edwin D. Bolger 

Minnesota 

Victor E . Anderson 

John J. Farrell 

Mississippi 

Northern District 

Chester L. Sumners -.. 

Ira Lamar Morgan—. _- 

Sovihern District 

Toxey Hall 

Wyatt T. Reese 

Missouri 

Eastern District 

Harry C. Blanton _. 

WUliam B. Fahy 

Western District 

Maurice M. MUligan 

Fred A. CanflL. 

Montana 

John B. Tansil 

George A. Wright 

Nebraska 

Joseph T. Votava 

George E. Proudfit 

Nevada 

Miles N. Pike 

Leslie S. Kofoed._ 

New Hampshire 

Dennis E. Sullivan 

John M. Guay 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District Attorney, Portland 

Marshal, Bangor 

District Attorney, Baltimore 

Marshal, Baltimore 

District Attorney, Boston 

Marshal, Boston 

District Attorney, Detroit 

Marshal, Detroit _. 

District Attorney, Grand Rapids 
Marshal, Grand Rapids 

District Attorney, St. Paul.. 

Marshal, St. Paul 

District Attorney, Oxford 

Marshal, Oxford. 

District Attorney, Jackson 

Marshal, Jackson 

District Attorney, St. Louis 

Marshal, St. Louis 

District Attorney, Kansas City.. 
Marshal, Kansas City 

District Attorney, Billings 

Marshal, Helena 

District Attorney, Omaha 

Marshal, Omaha 

District Attorney, Reno 

Marshal, Carson City... 

District Attorney, Concord 

Marshal, Concord. 



Legal residence 



State 



Maine. 
Maine. 



Md. 
Md. 



Mass. 
Mass- 



Mich. 
Mich. 



Mich. 
Mich. 



Minn. 
Minn. 



Miss 

Miss 



Miss 

Miss 



Mo. 

Mo. 



Mo. 
Mo. 



Mont... 
Mont.. 



Nebr. 
Nebr. 



Nev. 

Nev. 



N. H. 
N. H. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



16th. 



5th. 



6th. 



3d. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$6,000 
4,600 



8,000 
5,000 



8,000 
6,400 



7,500 
6,200 



6,400 
4,600 



8,000 
6,000 



5,200 
4,600 



6,000 
5,000 



8,500 
6,200 



8,000 
5,600 



6,000 
5,600 



7,000 
6,600 



4,600 
4,600 



4,600 
4.600 



Ill 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



United States Attorneys and 

Marshals— Continued 

New Jersey 

B. Thom Lord.- 

Hubert Joseph Harrington.. - 

New Mexico 

Howard F. Houk 

Felipe Sanchez y Baca 

New York 

Southern Diatrict 

John F. X. McGohey 

James E. Mulcahy 

Northern District 

Irving J. Higbee 

Jesse Jacobs 

Eastern District 

T. Vincent Quinn 

Spencer C. Young _ 

Western District 

George L. Grobe 

Frank C. Blackford 

North Carolina 

Eastern District 

James O. Carr__ 

Ford S. Worthy... 

Middle District 

Carlisle W. Higglns 

Edney Eidge 

Western District 

Theron Lamar Caudle.. 

Charles R. Price 

North Dakota 

Powless W. Lanier 

Chester M. Foresman 

Ohio 

Northern District 

Donald C. Miller 

John J. Wein 

Southern District 

Byron B. Harlan... 

Harold K. Claypool 

Oklahoma 

Northern District 

Whitfield Y. Mauzy 

John P. Logan 

Eastern District 

Cleon A. Summers 

Granville T. Norris 



District Attorney, Newark 

Marshal, Trenton and Newark 

District Attorney, Santa Fe 

Marshal, Santa Fe. 

District Attorney, New York. . 
Marshal, New York 

District Attorney, Syracuse 

Marshal, Utica 

District Attorney, Brooklyn... 
Marshal, Brooklyn 

District Attorney, Buffalo 

Marshal, Rochester 

District Attorney, Wilmington 
Marshal, Raleigh 

District Attorney, Greensboro _ 
Marshal, Greensboro 

District Attorney, AsheviUe 

Marshal, AsheviUe 

District Attorney, Fargo 

Marshal, Fargo 

District Attorney, Cleveland... 
Marshal, Cleveland 

District Attorney, Cincinnati.. 
Marshal, Columbus 

District Attorney, Tulsa 

Marshal, Tulsa 

District Attorney, Muskogee... 
Marshal, Muskogee 



N.J. 
N.J. 



N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. C. 
N. C. 



N. O. 
N. C. 



N. C. 
N. C. 



N. Dak. 
N. Dak. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Okla. 
Okla. 



4th... 
9th... 



AtL. 
AtL. 



14th... 



7th.. 
1st.. 



9th. 



AtL. 
AtL. 



Okla. 
Okla. 



$7,500 
6,500 



5,600 
5,200 



10,000 
7,500 



6,500 
5,600 



8,000 
6,750 



7,000 
5,800 



5,600 
5,000 



6,000 
4,600 



6,600 
5,600 



6,000 
4,800 



8,000 
6,500 



7,500 
5,600 



6,000 
5,000 



6,000 
6,400 



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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



United States Attorneys and 

Marshals— Continued 



Oklahoma— Con. 
Western District 



Charles E. Dierker. 
Dave E. Hilles 



Oeegon 

Carl C. Donaugh.. 
Jack R. Caufleld 



Pennsylvania 
Eastern District 



Gerald A. Oleeson. 
James A. Byrne 



Middle District 



Frederick V. Follmer. 
Robert W. Rabb 



Western District 



Charles F. Uhl. 
John E. Sloan.. 



Puerto Rico 



Philip F. Herrick 

Donald A. Draughon. 
(Vacancy) 



Rhode Island 

George Francis Troy. . . 
Neale D. Murphy 



South Carolina 
Eastern District 



Claud N. Sapp 

Norris M. Thomas. 



Western District 



Oscar Henry Doyle. 
Reuben Qosnell 



South Dakota 



George Philip 

Charles W. Robertson. 



Tennessee 
Eastern District 



James B. Frazier, Jr. 
Henry Robert Bell... 



Middle District 



Horace Frierson. 
Reed Sharp 



Western District 



William McClanahan. 
Ben I. King 



District Attorney, Oklahoma City. 
Marshal, Oklahoma City 



District Attorney, Portland. 
Marshal, Portland 



District Attorney, Philadelphia. 
Marshal, Philadelphia 



District Attorney, Lewisburg. 
Marshal, Scranton 



District Attorney, Pittsburgh . 
Marshal, Pittsburgh 



District Attorney, San Juan.. 
Marshal, San Juan 

Attorney General, San Juan. 



District Attorney, Providence. 
Marshal, Providence 



District Attorney, Columbia- 
Marshal, Charleston 



District Attorney, Greenville- 
Marshal, GreenvOle 



District Attorney, Rapid City. 
Marshal, Sioux Falls 



District Attorney, Chattanooga. 
Marshal, Knoxvillo 



District Attorney, Nashville. 
Marshal, Nashville 



Okla. 
Okla- 



Oreg... 
Oreg... 



Pa. 
Pa- 



Pa. 
Pa. 



Pa. 
Pa. 



P. R..- 
P. R... 



R.I. 
R. I- 



S. C. 
S. C. 



S. C. 
S. C. 



4th-.. 



3d- 



5th- 
3d.. 



24th- 
20th- 



S. Dak-. 
S. Dak-. 



Tenn- 
Tenn- 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 



District Attorney, Memphis- 
Marshal, Memphis 



Tenn.... 
Tenn.... 



3d. 



2d. 



8th. 



$6,500 
.5,200 



6,500 
5,600 



8,000 
5,600 



5,600 
4,800 



7,000 
5,600 



6,200 
6,2^ 



5,600 
4,600 



6,000 
4,600 



6,000 
4,800 



5,600 
4,800 



6,400 
5,200 



6,500 
5,000 



6.500 
4,600 



113 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



United States Attorneys and 
Marshals — Continued 

Texas 

Northern District 

Clyde O. Eastus 

James R. Wright 

Southern District 

Brian S. Odem 

M. Frank Hammon . 

Eastern District 

Steve M. King 

Stanford C. Stiles 

Western District 

William R. Smith, Jr 

Guy McNamara 

Utah 

Daniel R. Shields 

Gilbert Mecham 

Vermont 

Joseph A. McNamara 

Edward L. Burke 

Virgin Islands 

James A. Bough 

Douglas S. Armstrong 

Virginia 

Eastern District 

Harry H. Holt, Jr 

Robert L. Ailworth 

Western District 

Frank S. Taveimer, Jr 

John White Stuart 

Washington 

Eastern District 

Edward M. Connelly 

Wayne Bezona 

Western District 

J. Charles Demiis. 

Donald F. Miller 

West Virginla 

Northern District 

Joe V. Gibson 

Albert M. Rowe 

Southern District 

Leslie E. Given.. _ 

William Holroyd McQirmis.. 



District Attorney, Fort Worth... 
Marshal, Fort Worth 

District Attorney, Houston 

Marshal, Houston 

District Attorney, Beaumont 

Marshal, Texarkana 

District Attorney, San Antonio. . 
Marshal, San Antonio 

District Attorney, Salt Lake City 
Marshal, Salt Lake City 

District .\ttomey, Burlington 

M arshal, Rutland 

District Attorney, St. Thomas... 
Marshal, St. Croix 

District Attorney, Norfolk 

Marshal, Norfolk 

District Attorney, Roanoke 

Marshal, Roanoke 

District Attorney, Spokane 

Marshal, Spokane 

District Attorney, Seattle 

Marshal, Seattle 

District Attorney, Clarksburg 

Marshal, Fairmont 

District Attorney, Charleston 

Marshal, Charleston 



Tex 

Tex 


12th_.- 


Tex 




Tex 




Tex 




Tex 




Tex 




Tex 




Utah.... 
Utah.... 

Vt 

Vt 

V.I 


2d 

At L.. 
At L.. 


V.I 





Va. 
Va_ 



Va. 
Va. 



Wash. 
Wash. 



Wash. 
Wash. 



W. Va. 
W. Va. 



7th _ 
9th. 



2d. 



2d- 



W. Va. 
W. Va. 



6th. 



$7, 000 
6,000 



,000 
,000 



6,500 
5,000 



8,000 
6,200 



6.000 
4,800 



5,200 
4,600 



5,600 
4.375 



6,500 
5,600 



6,200 
5,000 



6,500 
4,800 



7,500 
5,600 



5,600 
4,800 



6,500 
5,600 



114 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, T>. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



United States Attorneys and 

Marshals— Continued 

Wisconsin 
Eastern District 



Timothy T. Cronin... 
Anton J. Lukaszewicz. 



Western District 



Charles H. Cashin. 
John M. Comeford. 



Wyoming 



Carl L. Sackett... 
Albert A. Sanders. 



United States Penal and 
Correctional Institutions 

United States Penitentiary, 
Alcatraz, Calif. 



James A. Johnston. 
Edward J. Miller.. 
Loring 0. Mills 



United States Penitentiary, 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Joseph W. Sanford- 
Thomas J. Qough.. 
John H. Mergens.. 



United States Penitentiary, 
Leavemvorth, Kans. 



Walter A. Hunter... 

Reed Cozart 

Chesley H. Looney. 
Michael T. Santa... 



United States Penitentiary, 
Lewisburg, Pa. 



William H. Hiatt.. 
Joseph E. Thomas. 
Harry W. Adams.. 



United States Penitentiary, 
McNeil Island, Wash. 



Paul J. Squier 

Lawrence Delmore, Jr. 
Richard H. Henricks... 



District Attorney, Milwaukee 
Marshal, Milwaukee 

District Attorney, Madison... 
Marshal, Madison 

District Attorney, Cheyenne.. 
Marshal, Cheyenne 



Warden 

Associate Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



Wis. 
Wis. 



Wis- 
Wis. 



Wyo. 
Wyo- 



AtL.. 
AtL.. 



Warden 

Associate Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



Calif.... 

Kans 

Mont... 


1st.... 
1st.... 
1st 


Ga 




Mass 




Ga 


5th_... 



Warden 

Associate Warden. 
do 

Chief Clerk 



Mich. 
Tex.. 
Mo... 
Ohio. 



20th. 
7th.. 



Warden 

Associate Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



Idaho - 
Colo.. 
Pa._.- 



Warden 

Associate Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash. 



2d... 
1st.. 
28th. 



United States Penitentiary, 
Terre Haute, Ind. 

J. Ellis Overlade 

Clarence T. Gladden... 

Andrew C. Klotz 

Federal Reformatory, Chilli 
cothe, Ohio 

Allen L. Shank 

Joseph O. Kearney 

Richard E. Martin. 



Warden 

Associate Warden 
Chief Clerk 



Warden.. 

Associate Warden 
Chief Clerk 



Utah.. 
Calif.. 
Kans.. 



Mo... 
Minn- 
Ohio.. 



2d.. 
isi'.'. 



5th.. 
3d... 
6th.. 



115 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


United Slates Penal and 
Correctional Institutions- 
Continued 










Federal Reformatory, El Reno, 
Okla. 










Leo C. Schilder 


Warden 

Associate Warden 

Chief Clerk .. 


Ohio.... 

Ind 

Mich.... 


nth... 
6th.... 


$6, 750 


William H. Hardwick 

Vincent Harper 


5,600 
3,800 


Federal Reformatory for Wo- 
men, Alderson, W. ^'a. 










Helen C. Hironimus - 


Warden 


Ind 

Minn... 
Mo 


lst..-_ 
6th.... 


7,000 


Margaret C. Jones . 


Associate Warden ... 


3,800 


Velma Patterson. -. 


do 


3,500 


Federal Reformatory, Peters- 
burg, Va. 










Claude 0. Nicholson 

Malcolm E. Young . .._ _ 


Warden 

Chief Clerk 


Md 

Va._:__. 


6th.... 
9th.... 


6,200 
3,500 


National Training School for 
Boys, Washington, D. C. 






Harold E . Hegstrom 

Preston G. Smith 


Superintendent 

Chief Clerk... .. 


Minn... 
N. C... 


"6th".".' ; 


6,750 
4,000 


Medical Center for Federal 
Prisoners, Springfield, Mo. 






Dr. MichaelJ. Pescor 


Warden and Chief Medical Officer 


Mo 




' 4, 800 


Edwin J. Lloyd 


Associate Warden 


Pa 




5,800 


Kenneth R, Duncan 


Assistant Chief Clerk . 


Mo 


7th.. __ 


2,900 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Ashland, Ky. 






Dr. Robert P. Hagerman 


Warden. . . . 






5,800 


Leland J. Watson . 


Associate Warden 

Chief Clerk 


Ind 

N. C... 


6th.... 
6th.... 


3,800 


Don L. Farmer 


3,700 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Danbxiry, Conn. 










Myrl E. Alexander... 


Warden... 


Ohio 




5,800 


Coyle E. Singletary 


Chief Clerk. 


Tex 




3,600 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Englewood, Colo: 










Edwin B. Swope... 

Burton W. Hildrith 


Warden 

ChiefClerk . 


N. Mex. 
Mo 


At L_- 
7th_... 


7,500 
4,000 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, La Tuna, Tex. 






Thomas B. White... . . 


Warden. 


Okla... 
Ind 


5th_... 
6th... _ 


6,500 


Wilbur B. Kohnle 


ChiefClerk 


3,600 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Milan, Mich. 










C. J. Shuttleworth 

Lemuel F. Fox. ... .. 


Warden 

Associate Warden 

ChiefClerk 


Minn... 
Tex 




6,000 
3,400 


PaulJ. Wise 


Ind 


9th.. _. 


3,600 


Federal Detention Headquar- 
ters, New York, N. Y. 










Edward E. Thompson 


Warden 


Va 

Md 


9th.... 
6th.. _. 


5,600 


Wilbur R. Edwards 


ChiefClerk 


3,300 



a Paid by Public Health Service. 
654092—45 9 



116 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


United States Penal and 
Correctional Institutions — 

Continued 










Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Sandstone, Mich. 










George W. Humphrey 


Warden . 






$5, 800 


Paul J. Madigan 


Associate Warden 


Minn... 
S. Dak 


6th_... 


3,800 


Aloys J. Dobmeyer 


Chief Clerk 


3,500 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Tallahassee, Fla. 










Alfred Ogram , 


Warden 


Ga 

Ga 


6th.... 


5,800 


Strobhart H. Seabrook _ 


Chief Clerk _... 


3,700 


Federal Correctional Institu- 
tion, Texarkana, Tex. 










Albert McDonald 


Warden 


N. Y.... 
Okla.... 
Okla.-.. 


25th... 
3d 


4,800 


Joseph B. Latimer . . . 


Associate Warden . . . 


3,200 


Harry B. Wright 


Chief Clerk 


8,600 


Federal Prison Camp, Mill 
Point, W. Va. 










Mylton E. Kennedy 


Superintendent. - . . _ . 


Okla. 


3d-... 


3,800 


Federal Prison Camp, Tucson, 
' Ariz. 










Charles B. Mead 


do.. 


Kans 




3,800 


Federal Prison Camp, Natural 
Bridge, Qreenlee, Va. 










Raymond A. Larkin 


do — 


Mass 


4th.... 


3,200 


Federal Prison Camp, Co- 
lumbia River Camp, Benton 
City, Wash. 










Harold E. Taylor 


... do 


Oreg 




2,900 













POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

POSTMASTER GENERAL 

FRANK C. WALKER, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Bureau of the Postmaster 
General 

William F. Cronin 

Joseph F. Qartland 

Alfor B. Strom 

Archie A. Imus 

George E. Cliflord... -.. 

Harrison Parkman 

Wniiam J. Kindsfather 

Vincent M. Miles 

Walter E. Kelly 

Calvin W. Hassell 

Frank H. Ellis 

Harold W. Bresnahan 

Charles E. Warren 

Robert S. Regar_. 

Julian Genstein 

Inspection Service 

Jesse M. Donaldson 

Samuel R. Young 

Roscoe E. Mague. .-. 

Harold W. Davis 

Thomas W. Davis 

Walter H. Pilcher 

Henry S. Simpkins 

Michael L. Keefe 

John F. Free 

Joseph ]M. Cohen 

Francis A. Cole - 

Elmer J. Dutemple 

Fred Schuppe, Jr 

Madison H. Ackerman 

Tennyson Jefferson 

Walter B. Wooten 

William Plath 

Wallace R. Briggs 

Robert B. Dunbar 

Allen S. Hargrove 

Emmet O. Hallock 

James J. Doran 

Albert E. Wetmore 

William L. Noah 

Maurice I. Ryan. 

Charles ^\' . Pfaffenberger 

Frank L. Pierce 

Joseph S. Vick 

Bureau of the First Assistant 
Postmaster General 



Kildroy P. Aldrich. 
Clinton B. Uttley... 

Tom C. Cargill 

Clarence N. Bruce.. 
Henry C. Wyman.. 

Earle L. Stone. 

Hugh E. Alford 

Max Kohm 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Executive Assistant 

Director of Budget and Administrative Plan- 
ning. 

Commissioner of the Budget 

Commissioner of Administrative Plaiming 

Special Assistant — 

Purchasing Agent 

Assistant Purchasing Agent. 

Solicitor.-, 

Assistant to the Solicitor 

Assistant Solicitor 

Chief Clerk and Director of Personnel.. _. 

Assistant Chief Clerk and Personnel Officer... 

Superintendent, Division of Office Services 

Superintendent, Division of Forms 

Assistant Director of Personnel 

Chief Post Office Inspector 

Assistant Chief Inspector 

General Superintendent, Bureau of the Chief 
Inspector. 

Senior Administrative Officer. 

Administrative Officer 

Superintendent, Division of War Services 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of War 

Services. 
Superintendent, Division of Administrative 

Investigations. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division of Ad- 
ministrative Investigations. 
Superintendent, Division of Mail Investiga- 
tions. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division of Mail 

Investigations. 
Superintendent, Division of Financial Investi- 
gations. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division of Finan- 
cial Investigations. 

Inspector in Charge, Atlanta, Ga.. 

Inspector in Charge, Boston, Mass 

Inspector in Charge, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Inspector in Charge, Chicago, 111 

Inspector in Charge, Cincinnati, Ohio.. 

Inspector in Charge, Denver, Colo 

Inspector in Charge, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Inspector in Charge, Kansas City, Mo 

Inspector in Charge, New York, N. Y 

Inspector in Charge, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Inspector in Charge, St. Louis, Mo 

Inspector in Charge, St. Paul, Minn 

Inspector in Charge, San Francisco, Calif 

Inspector in Charge, Seattle, Wash 

Inspector in Charge, Washington, D. C 



First Assistant Postmaster General... 

Deputy First Assistant.. 

do 

Special Administrative Aide 

Assistant to Special Administrative Aide, 
do... 



.do. 



Junior Administrative Officer. 
(117) 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y.... 


2d..... 


Pa 


16th... 


Minn .. 


5th.... 


111.. 


10th-. . 


R.I 


2d 


Kans 


4th-..- 


D. C 




Ark 


4th-..- 


Ohio.... 


1st 


N. C... 


4th.-.. 


Ga 


5th...- 


Mass 


7th-... 


D. C . 




Pa 


9th.... 


D. C... 




Mo 


5th.... 


Miss 


7th.... 


Mass 


5th.... 


Va 


8th ... 


Ohio..-. 


12th-.- 


Md 


6th...- 


Ohio... 


19th-. 


Maine.. 


3d 


D. C... 





Pa. 



Iowa 

Iowa 

Wis 

Va 

Tex 

Tenn.... 
N. Y.... 

Miss 

Utah 

Tenn...- 

Mo 

Conn-.. 

Pa 

Kans 

Minn... 

Kans 

Mo 

N. Y...- 



III 

Okla... 
Ala.... 

La 

Ill 

Va 

Miss... 
R. I.... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



18th.-. 

5th.... 

4th-... 

6th.-.. 

2d..... 
10th-. 

3d 

9th.... 
5th... 
1st.... 
3d.... 
2d.... 
5th..., 
15th.. 
8th.-.. 
4th..- 
3d.... 
5th... 
38th.. 



2d.. 
2d.. 
2d.. 
1st. 
2d.- 
6th. 
7th. 
2d.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$9, 000 
8,750 

6,750 
7, 500 
6,500 
7,500 
4,800 
9,000 
7,500 
7,000 
7,250 
4,800 
4,200 
4,600 
4,600 



8,250 
7,250 
6,400 

5,000 
4,800 
4,600 
4,100 

4,600 

3,700 

4,800 

3,600 

4,600 

3,500 

6,200 
5,800 
6,200 
5,800 
6,400 
6,400 
5,800 
6,200 
6.400 
6,200 
6,200 
6,200 
6,400 
6,200 
6,000 



9,000 
7,000 
6,750 
6,500 
5,000 
4,600 
4,800 
4,100 



118 

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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureanof the First Assistant 
Postmaster General — Con. 



FredU. MUls 

Charles C. Wenrich 

Joseph E. Cooper 

John J. Leahey 

Frank Lees 

Jeremiah J. Dwyer _-. 

Donald R. Niblack 

Norman R. Grant. 

Elmer L. Compton 

Oliver A. Borcherding 

George H. Emch 

John R. Quinn 

Edward M. Horman 

Lee H. Sheaffer 

Baxter Denney 

Thomas J. O'Halloran 

Lewis Lofton Money way. 

Mary O. Clinton 

Donald L. Newton 

John F. Devlui 

Hazel C. Kell -. 

Frank C. Staley 

Alfred J. Dumas 

Karlton S. Wright 



Bureau of the Second Assist- 
ant Postmaster General 



Smith W. Purdum. 

Roy M. Martin 

James A. Faithful.. 
Stewart M. Weber_ 
Vincent B. Waters. 



Edward J. Mahoney 

Charles H. Stephenson 

Edward C. Steagall 

Harry S. Frankhauser 

Ho\Tard M. Gumey 

Railway Mail Service 

John D. Hardy 

Roy W. Dobbins 



Superintendent, Division No. 1, Post Office 

Service. 
Superintendent, Division No. 2, Post Office 

Service. 
Superintendent, Division No. 3, Post Office 

Service. 
Superintendent, Division No. 4, Post Office 

Service. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division No. 1, 

Post Office Service. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division No. 2, 

Post Office Service. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division No. 3, 

Post Office Service. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division No. 4, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 1, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 1, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 1, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 2, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 2, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 2, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 2, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 3, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 3, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 3, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 3, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 4, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 4, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 4, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 4, 

Post Office Service. 
Senior Administrative Assistant, Division 4, 

Post Office Service. 



Second Assistant Postmaster General ._ 

Deputy Second Assistant Postmaster General. 

Special Administrative Aide 

Director, International Postal Service 

Assistant Director, International Postal Serv- 
ice. 

Assistant Director, International Postal Serv- 
ice. 

Superintendent, Division of Railway Adjust- 
ments. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Railway 
Adjustments. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Railway 
Adjustments. 

U. S. Postal Agent, Habana, Cuba 



Fla.. 
Va... 
111.... 
N. Y.... 

Kans 

R.I 

Ga 

Mass 

Md 

Ga 

Ohio.... 
Ohio.... 

Md 

N.J 

Ind 

111 

Ala 

Md 

Mich... 
R.I.-.. 

Ill 

Okla...- 
W. Va.. 
N. Y..._ 



Md 

Ind 

D.C.... 

Pa 

Ohio ... 



General Superintendent, Railway Mail Serv- 
ice. 

Assistant General Superintendent. Railway 
Mail Service. 



Iowa.__ 
Iowa... 

ni 

Pa 

N. Y... 

N.J-.. 
Ill 



3d 

8th.-. 
11th-. . 
2d..... 
6th..-. 
2d.... 
5th.... 
12th.. 
5th... 
5th-. 

13th.. 
3d.... 

5th-.. 

1st..- 

2d.... 

7th... 

1st... 

5th-.. 

6th..- 

ist..- 

23d... 

8th... 

2d.-.. 

35th.. 



5th... 

nth.. 



15th. 
12th.. 

4th... 

7th.-. 

24th- 

13th. 

17th. 

6th . 
18th. 



$5,600 
5,800 
6,000 
5,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,800 
4,800 
3,300 
3,200 
3,500 
3,200 
3,200 
3,300 
3,300 
3,860 
3,500 
3,400 
3,200 
3,400 
3,300 
3,800 
3,400 
3,200 



9,000 
6,500 
5,600 
5,800 
4,600 

4,600 

5,800 

4,600 

3,600 

4.000 

6,400 
5,400 



119 

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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau oT the Second Assist- 
ant Postmaster General — 

Continued 

Railway Mail Service — Con. 
Ernest L. Loving 



William P. Crater 

Arthur L. Van Horn_ 

John F. Dinand. 

William J. Carey 

John W. Johnson 

Edward D. Adams 

Leslie O. Boles 

Arthur G. Cross 

Joseph A. Muldoon.. 

Wilford Danvers 

Leo J. Garvin 

Frank Shoenfield 

Clint J. Taylor 

John S.Morris 

Aubrey D. Lawrence- 
James H. Musgrave,. 
Oliver R. McQahey.. 



Air Mail Service 



(Vacancy) 

Robert S. Burgess_.. 
Joseph L. Fulgiium. 



Albert C. Hodges... 
William H. Nichols. 
Richard E. Pollard.. 



Arthur O. Willoughby 

Bureau of the Third Assist- 
ant Postmaster General 



Ramsey S. Black 

Roy M. North 

Nelson B. Wentzcl... 
John A. Brennan 
Clifford O. Arnebeck. 

George Grubbs 

Arthur E. Martin 

Charles 11. TCoeher... 
Edward A. Rowell... 



Harry A. Leusenkamp. 



Robert E. Fellers 

Herbert S. Chamberliu. 

Francis J. Salb 

Harry E. Stine 

Cecil V. Wiman 



Edward F. Roberson. 
Charles M. Davidson. 



John F. Trabold.. 
James O. Bouton. 
Edwin A. Riley.. 



John A. King 

George W. Parsons. 

Walter D. Brown.. 
Jesse C. Harraman. 
Edward R. Jones... 
Artolph Storch 



Assistant Superintendent, 

ice. 
do 



Railway Mail Serv- 



....do 

Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent. 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Su|)('i'int'-'n(!ent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 



R. M. S. 
R. M.S. 
R. M. S. 
R. M.S. 
R. M.S. 
R.M.S. 
R. M.S., 
R.M.S. 
R M.S. 
R.M.S. 
R.M.S. 
R.M.S. 
R.M.S. 
R.M.S. 
R.M.S. 



Boston, Mass.- - ... 

New York, N. Y 

Washington, D. C. . 

Atlanta, Ga _-_ 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

St. Paul, Minn 

Fort Worth, Tex.... 

New Orleans, La 

Seattle, Wash 

Omaha, Nebr. _ 

Pittsburgh, Pa 



Superintendent, Division of Air Mail Service.. 

Assistant Superintendent, Air Mail Service 

Regional Superintendent, Air Mail Service, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Regional Superintendent, Air Mail Service, 

Fort Worth, Te.x. 
Regional Superintendent, Air Mail Service, 

New York, N. Y. 
Regional Superintendent, Air Mail Service, 

Chicago, 111. 
Regional Superintendent, Air Mail Service, 

San Francisco, Calif. 



Third Assistan t Postmaster General . . . 

Deputy Third Assistant Postmaster General.. 
do 



Special Administrative Aide 

Assistant to Special Administrative .A.ide _. 

Superintendent, Division ol Finance ... 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Finance. 

Superintendent, Division of Postal Savings 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Postal 
Savings. 

A.ssistant Superintendent, Division of Postal 
Savings. 

Supermtendent, Division of Stamps... 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Stamps. 

do _ 

Superintendent, Division of Money Orders 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Money 
Orders. 

do... 

Superintendent, Division of Letter aud Miscel- 
laneous Mail. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Letter 
and Miscellaneous IVfail. 

Superintendent, Division of Newspaper and 
Periodical Mail. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of News- 
paper and Periodical Mail. 

Superintendent, Division of Registered MaOs. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of 
Registered Mails. 

..do 

Director of Parcel Post 

Assistant Director of Parcel Post 

Stamped Envelope Agent, Dayton, Ohio 



D.C. 



N. C... 

Ohio 

Mass 

N.Y..._ 

Va 

Ga. 

Ky 

ni 

Mo 

Utah.... 

Ohio 

Minn... 

Tex 

La 

Wash... 

Nebr 

Pa 



Ga. 
Ga. 



Tex.... 
N. Y... 

Ill 

Calif... 



Mass... 
Mich... 

Mich... 
Ind-... 

Va 

Ohio... 



7th.. 
17th. 
12th. 
2d... 
6th.. 
5th.. 
5th. _ 
25th. 
13th. 
lst._ 
13th. 
4th-. 
12th_ 
2d... 
1st.. 
2d-. 
18th. 



5th.. 
5th.. 

12th- 

1st-. 

10th. 

7th.. 



Pa 


19th..- 


Ga 


4th-., 


Pa 


13th..- 


Pa 


Uth... 


Minn.. 


8th..-- 


Ky 


1st.... 


Ala 


6th..-. 


Pa 


21st..- 


Va 


8th.... 


Mich--. 


5th.--. 


Md 


6th.... 


D. C .- 




D. C.--- 




Pa - 


13th.-- 


Nebr 


2d 


Okla..-- 


6th...- 


N. Y.... 


1st 


N.J 


11th..- 


Tenn.--. 


1st-..- 


Mo 


1st..-. 



12th. 
13th. 

10th. 
8th.. 
2d-.- 
2d— 



3,800 
3,400 
5,800 
5,600 
5,800 
5,400 
5,400 
5,600 
5,600 
5, 200 
5. 600 
5, 800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,400 



4,600 
3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

4,000 



9,000 
7,500 
6,750 
6,400 
4, 600 
5.600 
4,600 
5,800 
4,600 

3,800 

6,400 
4,600 
3,800 
5,600 
4,600 

3,800 
5,600 

4,600 

5,600 

4,600 

0,400 
4,600 

3,800 
5,800 
3,800 
3,500 



120 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. O., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of the FourthAssist- 
ant Postmaster General 



Walter Myers 

Francis J. Buckley 

Louis Y. de Zychlinski_ 
Wrightson Chambers.. 



Milton J. Anderson 

Joseph F. Betterly 

Charles H. Carle 

George W. Trexler 

Leo H. Vullings.. 

Walter Freeh 

(Vacancy) 

Frederick C. Cornwell. 

John J. McGinness 

Albert O. Biedenweg... 
Arthur R. Gehman 



Arthur S. Page- 
Paul Profe 



James R. Murphy 

Bureau of Accounts 



John J. Haggerty. 
John W. Askew... 
Joseph P. Griffin. 
Alfred H. Black... 



Seth E. DeMaret. 



Thomas J. Cronin. 
Gordon N. Miller.. 



Lucas A. Leigh ton 

Edmund J. Walsh 

Virgil C. Stone 

David B. Albright 

Raymond H. Wheeler- 



Fourth Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy Fourth Assistant Postmaster General. 

Special Administrative Aide. 

Superintendent, Division of Engineering and 
Research. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Engi- 
neering and Research. 

Superintendent, Division of Post Office 
Quarters. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Post 
Office Quarters. 

Superintendent, Division of Equipment and 
Supplies. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Equip- 
ment and Supplies . 

Superintendent, Division of Mail Equipment 
Shops. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Mail 
Equipment Shops. 

Superintendent, Division of Federal Building 
Operations. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Federal 
Building Operations. 

Superintendent, Division of Motor Vehicle 
Service. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Motor 
Vehicle Service. 

Topographer 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Topog- 
raphy. 

Traffic Manager. 



Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller 

Special Administrative Aide 

Superintendent, Division of Cost Ascertain- 
ment. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division of Cost 
Ascertainment. 

Superintendent, Division of Accounts.. 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Ac- 
counts. 

Principal Administrative Officer 

...do 

Administrative Officer 

... do 

. ...do 



Ind 

Conn 

Va 

Md 


12th... 
1st.... 
8th.... 
2d 


Va 


8th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


N. Y.... 


27th... 


Pa 


26th... 



D. C. 
D. C. 



Md.. 
Md.. 
111.... 
Pa... 



Conn... 
D. C... 



Mass. 



6th.. 
6th.. 
7th.. 
13th. 
3d... 



12th... 



Md 


5th.... 


Va 


2d 


Mass 


7th.... 


Pa 


7th.... 


Tex 


6th.... 


Ky 


3d 


Calif.... 


6th.... 


La 


7th.... 


Conn 


3d 


Ala 


2d 


Va 


2d 


Pa 


7th.... 



$9, 000 
7,500 
5,600 
6,400 

4,600 

5,600 

4,800 

5,600 

3,800 

4,600 



5,600 

3,800 

6,400 

4,400 

5,200 
3,800 

3,900 



9, 000 
6,750 
5,600 
5,800 

4,600 

5,800 
4,600 

5,800 
5,600 
4,600 
3,800 
3,800 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

SECRETARY 

JAMES V. FORRESTAL, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary of 
the Navy 



Capt. Edmund B. 

U. S. N. 
Major Mathias F. 

U. S. M. C. R. 
Capt. Lewis L. 

U. S. N. R. 
Katharine S. Foley. 



Taylor, 
Correa, 

Strauss, 



Office of the Under Secretary 
of the Navy 



Ralph A. Bard 

Capt. Robert N.McFarlane, 

U. S. N. 
Commander George S. Piper, 

U. S. N. R. 
Commander David Q. Click, 

U. S. N. R. 

Arthur M. Hill 

Charles Piozet 

Paula K. Fisher 



Officeof the Assistant Secre- 
tary of the Navy for 
Air 



Artemus L. Gates 

Capt. Bennett W. Wright, 

U. S. N. 
Commander Malcolm P. 

Aldrich, U. S. N. R. 
Commander Edward C. 

Bench, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. John A. Qiflord, 

U. S. N. R. 
Doris M. Erbe 



Office of the Assistant Sec- 
retary of the Navy 



H. Struve Hansel 

Lt. Comdr. Richard G. Mc- 

Clung, U. S. N. R. 
Comdr. Leland P. Kimball, 

U. S. N. (SC). 
Virginia Campbell 



Executive Office of the Sec- 
retary 

Administrative Office 

Capt. Ronald J. Chinnock, 
U. S. N. R. 

Ben Abbott-- 

J. S. Davitt 

Lt. A. Andrew Boemi, U. S. 
N. R. 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Naval Aide to the Secretary 

Special Assistant to the Secretary- 
do 

Private Secretary to the Secretary, 



Under Secretary of the Navy 

Administrative Aide to the Under Secretary. 

Personal Aide to the Under Secretary 

Special Assistant to the Under Secretary 



.do. 
-do. 



Private Secretary to the Under Secretary 



Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air 

Naval Aide to the Assistant Secretary for Air. 



Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 

for Air. 
do 



-do. 



Private Secretary to the Assistant Secretary 
for Air. 



Assistant Secretary of the Navy 

Naval Aide to the Assistant Secretary. 



Aide to the Assistant Secretary 

Private Secretary to the Assistant Secretary- 



Administrative Officer. 



Deputy Administrative Officer 

Administrative Assistant 

Assistant to the Administrative Officer- 



Legal residence 



State 



1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 See Marine Corps pay tables in appendi.x of Official Register. 

(121) 



Ohio... 
N. Y... 
N. Y..- 
N. Y... 



El... 
Tex- 



N. Y- 
Fla... 



W. Va. 
Md.... 
Ill 



N. Y. 
Ark.. 



N. Y.... 

N.J 

N. Y.... 

N. Y.... 



D. C. 

N. Y. 



Md...- 
Colo... 



ni- 



Md.. 
Ind.. 
N. Y. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



4th.. 
17th. 



18th. 



10th. 
13th. 

16th. 

1st.- 

6th.. 
5th.. 
10th. 



1st.. 
6th.. 

1st.. 

9th.. 

17th. 

1st.- 



16th. 



10th. 



6th. 
6th. 



(') 
(2) 
(') 
$3, 500 



10, 000 
(1) 

(') 

(•) 

1 
8,250 
3,200 



9,000 
(') 

(') 

(') 

O 

2,900 



9,000 
(') 



(0 
3,200 



(') 

7,000 
6,500 
(') 



122 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Executive Office of the Sec- 
retary—Continued 

Administrative Office— 
Continued 

Division Heads 

Col. Miles R. Thacher, U. S. 

M. C. 

Walter R . Jacobson 

Commander Frank M. 

Knox, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. Emmett J. 

Leahy, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. (jg) J. C. Cushman, Jr., 

U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Ivar O. Hanson, U. S. N. 

R. 
Lt. Comdr. A. G. Bauer, 

U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. Howard C. 

Beers, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Thomas F. Leahey, U. S. 

N. R. 
Lt. Robert E. Woodworth, 

U. S. N. R. 

Division of Shore Estab- 
lishments AND Civilian 
Personnel 

Rear Admiral F. G. Crisp, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. E. E. Sprung, U. S. N. 
Commander F. W. Harring- 
ton, U. S. N. R. 
Capt. S. H. Ordway, U. S. 

N. R. 
Commander S. L. Owen, U. 

S.N. R. 
Commander D. E. Carlson, 

U. S. N. 
Lt. Comdr. W. E. Thomas, 

U. S. N. R. 
Capt. C. M. Simmers, U. S. 

N., (retired). 
Lt. Comdr. R. D. Severy, 

U.S.N. R. 

Office of Management 
Engineer 

Commander Richard M. 

Paget, U. S. N. R. 
Commander Willard F. Mc- 

Cormick, U. S. N. R. 

General Board 



The Provost Marshal 

Director, Supply and Equipment Division. 
Director, Publications Division 



Director, Records Administration Division. 

Director, Space Control Division 

Director, EXOS Administrative Division... 
Director, Mail Division 



Director, Services and Transportation Divi- 
sion. 
Director, Budget and Finance Division 



Director, Telephone Division. 



Director. 



Assistant Director 

Head, Administrative Services Branch- 



Head, Employment Branch. 
Head, Training Branch 



Head, Wage Administration and Classifica- 
tion Branch. 
Head, Employee Relations Branch 



Head, Safety Branch 

Head, Departmental Services. 



Management Engineer 

Assistant Management Engineer. 



Admiral Arthur J. Hepburn, Chairman. 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Admiral Edward C. Kalbfus, Member. 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Admiral C. C. Bloch, U. S. do- 

N., (retired). 
Admiral Henry K. Hewitt, do- 

U. S. N. 
Vice Admiral O. M. Hust- do- 

vedt, U. S. N. (retired). 
Rear Admiral R. W. Hayler, do- 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Wm. D. Chandler, U. Secretary- 

S. N. 
Jarvis Butler I Chief Clerk- 



Calif 



111 




N. Y_-.. 


25th... 


Md 


6th.... 


N. J - . 




D. C... 




D. C... 




Tex 


8th..- 


D. C... 





N. Y.-. 



Md. 



Colo.-- 
N. J.-.. 



N. Y... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Md...- 

Pa 

Va 



111.. 
Pa. 



Pa.. 
R.I. 

Ky.- 



N. H... 
S. Dak. 



' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 See Marine Corps pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



30th. 



5th.. 

4th.. 
7th.. 

17th. 

7th.. 

6th.. 

5th.. 

17th. 

8th.. 



19th. 
1st.. 
2d... 



2d-. 
1st. 



123 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
f pen- 
sation 



Executive Office of the Sec- 
retary—Continued 

Office of the Judge 
Advocate General 

Rear Admiral T. L. Oatch, 
U. S. N. 

Rear Admiral F. L. Lowe, U. 
S.N. 

Hugh J. McQrath 

Capt. H. A. Sailor, U. S. N... 

Commander L. H. C. John- 
son, U. S. N. (retired). 

Capt. J. A. Roberts, U. S. N. 

Capt. D. J. Ramsey, U. S. N. 

Office of Procurement 
AND Material 

Vice Admiral Samuel M. 

Robinson, U. S. N. 
W. John Kenney 

Rear Admiral A. M. Charl- 
ton, U. S. N. 

Vincent deP. Goubeau 

Rear Admiral H. L. Merring, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Rear Admiral W. A. Buck, 

(SC), U. S. N. 
Commodore A. J. Wellings, 

U. S.N. 
Col. M. C. Parker, U. S. M. 

C. 

J. H. Vincent 

Capt. C. K. Mallory, U. S. 

N., (retired). 
Capt. Lewis L. Strauss, U. S. 

N. R. 
Rear Admiral H. L. Merring, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Chas. M. Eichelberger 



Office of the General 
Counsel 

Patrick H. Hodgson 

Wm. Randall Compton 

Lt. Comdr. John W. Avirett, 

2d, U. S. N. R. 

Pierce W. Gaines 

Commander Gerard Swope, 

Jr., U. S. N. R. 

Thomas M. Farr. 

W. Ward Foshay 

J. Henry Neale 

Edward G. Chandler 

Luke B. Lockwood-- 

C. Bouton McDougal 

Office of Public Relations 

Rear Admiral Harold B. 
Miller, U. S. N. 

Capt. George W. Campbell, 
U. S. N. 

Commander W. C. Cham- 
bliss, U. S. N. R. 

Commander Harold B. Say, 
U. S. N. R. 

Lt. Comdr. Arthur G. New- 
myer, U. S. N. R. 



Judge Advocate General 

Assistant Judge Advocate General.. 

Consulting Attorney 

Chief, Military Law Division 

Chief, Administrative Law Division 

Chief, General Law Division 

Legislative Counsel 



Chief. 



Vice Chief 

Deputy Chief and Assistant Chief, Production 

Branch. 

Assistant Chief, Procurement Branch 

Assistant Chief, Industrial Readjustment 

Branch. 
Assistant Chief, Property Disposition Branch. 



Inspection Administration 

Navy Price Adjustment Board. 



Special Assistant to the Chief. 
....do - 



Navy Member, Army and Navy Munitions 

Board. 
Senior Member, Board of Contract Appeals.. 

Secretary, Board of Contract Appeals., 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Coun.sel 

Executive Officer 

Counsel— Bureau of Aeronautics 

Counsel— Bureau of Naval Personnel 

Counsel — Bureau of Ordnance 

Counsel — Bureau of Ships.. 

Counsel— Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.. 

Counsel— Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Counsel— Industrial Readjustment Branch... 
Counsel— Price Adjustment Board 

Director. 

Deputy Director.. 

Assistant Director (Media Branch) 

Acting Assistant Director (Technical Services 

Branch). 
Assistant Director (Program Planning Branch) 



Oreg 

Ark 

Va 

Ohio.... 
Va 

Mo 

R. I 



6th.. 

8th.. 
11th. 
8th.. 

9th.. 
1st.. 



Md 


5th.... 


Calif.. .- 
Nebr.... 


12th... 
2d 


Va 

Md 


1st.... 
5th.... 


Pa 


2d 


Mass 


11th... 


D. C... 




Conn 

D. C... 


4th.... 


N. Y.... 




Md 


5th.... 


Va...... 


8th.... 



Va 

Md 

Md 

Conn 

Conn 

N.J 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 

Calif.... 
Conn ... 
Ill 



8th. 
2d_. 
4th. 



4th.. 
4th.. 

1st-. 
28th. 
28th. 
6th.. 
4th.. 
2d... 



CaHf- 
IlL... 
Calif- 
Oreg. 
D. C. 



0) 

(') 

$6, 500 
(') 
(') 

(') 
(') 



(■) 



(') 



3 25 



(') 
(') 

(') 

(2) 

3 25 
(') 

(') 

(') 

6,500 



3 25 
3 25 



(') 



325 



(') 



3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 
3 25 



(■) 
(•) 
(') 
(') 
(') 



' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 See Marine Corps pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

3 Per diem. 



124 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Executive Office of (he Sec- 
retary — Continued 

Office of the Fiscal 
Director 

Wilfred J. McNeil 



Fiscal Director. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Coordinator 

Deputy Coordinator 

Assistant (Air) to Coordinator. 
Assistant Coordinator 



Office of Budget and 
Reports 

Rear Admiral Ezra G. Allen, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Alfred P. Tawresey, 

U. S. N. 

Office of War Savings 
Bonds 

Commander C. C. Morgan, 
U. S. N. R. 

Commander C. J. Zimmer- 
man, U. S. N. R. (SC). 

Lt. Comdr. G. L. Naramore, 
U. S.N. R. 

Lt. Comdr. E. M. Landis, 
U. S. N. R. 

Requirements Review 
Division 

Commander Ferol D. Over- 
felt, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. H. Stanley 

Krusen, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles F. 

Nettleship. Jr., U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Eugene H. Catron, U. S. 

N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. John A. Milburn, 

U.S.N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. John I. Shaw, 

U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. William V. 

Reilly, U. S. N. R. 

Office of Patents and 
Inventions 

Rear Admiral H. G. Bowen, 

U. S.N. 
L,t. Comdr. E. F. Vander- 

stucken, Jr., U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. R. L. Chappell, 

U.S.N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. R. Whiting, U. 

S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. N. A. Atwood, 

U. S. N. R. 

Navy Photographic 
Services 

Capt. Gene Markey, U. S. 
N. R. 

Commander A. A. Schmidt, 
U. S. N. R. • 

Commander H. A. Mac- 
Donald, U. S. N. (retired). 

Ensign James R. Broome, Jr. 
U. S. N. R. 

Industrial Incentive 
Division 

Rear Admiral C. H. Wood- 
ward, U. S. N. (retired). 

Commander S. J. Singer, U. 
S. N. R. 

1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of OflQcial Register. 



lowa.- 



Pa. 

Va. 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director 

Assistant to the Director.. 

Head, Production Group 

Head, Supply Group 

Head, Logistic Reports Group. 



Director 

Chief, Contracts and Agreements Division... 
Chief, Opinions and Applications Division... 
Chief, Royalties and Renegotiations Division. 
Chief, Research Liaison Division 



Md-. 
111.-. 
D. C. 

HL... 



N. J.. 

Md.. 
N. Y. 
Pa... 
111..-. 
Wis. . 



Director... 

Assistant Director. 
Executive Officer.. 
Office Manager 



Chief 

Executive Officer. 



6th...- 



11th. 
8th._ 



6th- 



Calif.... 
N. J.. 
Mich. 

Mass. 
Md.. 



Calif.... 

Ark 

Pa 

N. C... 

Ga 



11th.- 
6th... 
17th.. 
8th._. 
10th_. 
2d.... 



3d... 
3d... 
3d... 
14th. 
6th-. 



10th. 



5th. 



125 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Executive Office of the Sec- 
retary—Continued 










Industrial Survey 
Division 










Rear Admiral A. M. Penn, 


Director -.- - 


Tex 

Mont--. 


15th— 
1st..-. 


(') 


U. S. N. 
Capt. Lew M. Atkins, U. S. 


Assistant to the Director- 


(') 


N. 

Naval Petroleum 
Reserves 






Capt. W. G. Greenman, U. 


Director 


Va 


8th...- 


W 


S.N. 






Division of Training, 
Liaison and Coordination 










Dr. Joseph W. Barker 


Chief 


N. Y-.- 


19th. __ 


■■$25 


Lend-Lease Liaison Office 










Admiral Joseph M. Reeves, 


Liaison Officer 


D. C.-.- 




(') 


U. S. N. (retired). 
Commander Howard C. 


Aide-- - 


Utah-.- 


2d 


(') 


Adams, U. S. N. R. 






Office of Coordinator of 
Research and 
Development 










Rear Admiral Julius A. 


Coordinator 


Wis 

Mass 

D. C .- 


6th—- 
1st--.. 


(') 


Purer, U. S. N. (retired). 
Capt. Robert D. Conrad, U. 


Progress and Planning Officer _ 


(') 


S.N. 
Capt. Stuart F. Smith, U. S. 


Officer-in-Charge of Office of Inventions 


(') 


N. (retired). 








Office of Naval History 










Admiral Edward C. Kalbfus, 


Director of Naval History-- .- 


R.I 

D. C - 


ISt.--- 


(') 


U.S. N. (retired). 
Capt. Dudley W. Knox, 


Deputy Director of Naval History 


(') 


U.S.N, (rethred). 










Transportation Branch 










Arthur M. Hill 


Chief. 


W. Va.. 
Md 

Pa 

Pa - 

Ohio 


6th—- 
2d_.._. 

18th_.. 

16th... 

3d 


(.*) 


Commander Reunah P. 


Executive Officer 


(0 


Randolph U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Gilbert Nurick, U. S. 


Assistant to Executive Officer 


(0 


N. R. 
Lt. Paul W. A. Moyer, 


Chief, Operations Division.- . 


(') 


U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. E. M. Lunda, 


Chief, Maintenance Division .. 


(') 


U. S.N. R. 






War Ballot Office 










Lt. Comdr. Win. P. Calla- 


War Ballot Officer ... 


La 

IIL. 

Ohio 

Fla. 


2d ... 
12th... 
17th-. 
1st-... 


0) 


han, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. (jg) J. J. Downey, U. S. 


.\ssistant War Ballot Officer 


(0 


N. R. 
Lt. (jg) Leo Seybold, U. S. 


Administrative Officer 


(') 


N. R. 
Capt. W. D. Puleston, U. S. 
N. (retired). 


Special Representative of the Secretary of the 
Navy. 


(') 


Board of Review, Dis- 










charges AND Dismissals 










Capt. Anton B. Anderson, 


President - - 


N.J 


12th.. 


(') 


U.S.N. 







' See Navy pay tables in appendix of OtTiical Register. 

3 Per diem. 

< Salary received as Special Assistant to the Under Secretary ofithe Navy. 



126 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 



Executive Office of *he Sec- 
retary—Continued 

Board of Review, Dis- 
charges AND Dismissals— 
Continued 

Capt. Paul Cassard, U. S. 

N. (retired). 
Commander Jerome A. 

Lederman, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. Comdr. Harrell W. Hall, 

U.S.N. 
Lt. Comdr. John L. Pea- 
cock, U. S. N. R. 
Lt. (jg) Edwin J. Kinsley, 

U. S. N. R. 
Major John R. Blandford, 

U. S. M. C. 
Lt. Comdr. Leonard H. 

Strauss, U. S. C. O. R. 

Naval Clemency and 
Prison Inspection Board 

Vice Admiral Joseph K. 
Taussig, U. S. N. (retired). 

Board of Medical Exam- 
iners and Naval Ex- 
amining Board (Med- 
ical) 

Rear Admiral Benjamin H. 

Dorsey (MC), U. S. N. 

(retired). 
Addie Brown __. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Senior Member 

Senior Legal Member 

Executive Secretary 

Office Manager 

Assistant Administrative Officer, 

Recorder for Marine Corps 

Recorder for Coast Guard... 



Naval Examining Board 
(Line) 

Capt. Archibald McGlasson, 

U. S.N. 
Addie Brown 



Naval Retiring Board 

Rear Admiral Benjamin H. 

Dorsey (MC), U. S. N. 

(retired). 
Addie Brown 



Senior Member. 



President. 



Recorder. 



President (Acting). 
Recorder 



President. 
Recorder. . 



Chairman- 
Secretary.. 



Acting Senior Member. 
Member and Recorder. 
Assistant Recorder 



Legal residence 



State 



Md.. 
N. Y. 
Md.. 
Ga... 

Ohio 

N. Y. 
Calif. 



R. L 



Md.. 

Miss. 



D. C. 

Miss. 



Md.... 
Miss... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



5th.. 
8th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
43d.. 
21st. 



1st. 



5th. 

1st. 



2d... 
15th 



Board for Production 
Awards 

Admiral C. C. Bloch, U. S. 

N., (retired). 
Lt. James S. Copley, U.S.N. 

R. 

Board of Decorations 
and Medals 

Colonel Selden B. Kennedy, 

U. S. M. C. 
Capt. H. G. Patrick, U. S. N., 

(retired). 
Lt. Comdr. Richard Wagner, 

U. S.N. (retired). 

1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
' See Marine Corps pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

' The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Naw 
with whom they hold relative rank; see Navy pay table in appendix of Official Register, 
» Salary received from Naval Retiring Board. 



Ky... 
Calif. 



Tenn. 
Md.. 
Ohio. 



1st. 

5th. 

1st. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



127 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Executive Office of Jhe Sec- 
retary — Continued 

Naval Retiring Review 
Board 

Rear Admiral Paul H. Bas- 
tedo, U. S. N. (retired). 

Ensign Charles R. Rudolph, 
U. S.N. R. 

Office of Chief of Naval 
Operations 

Fleet Admiral Ernest J. 

King, U. S. N. 
Admiral Frederick J. Home, 

U. S. N. 
Vice Admiral William S. 

Farber, U. S. N. 
Vice Admiral Aubrey W. 

Fitch, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral William R. 

Pumell, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral John H. Cas- 

sady, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Vincent R. 

Murphy, U. S. N. 

Rear Admiral James M. Irish, 

U. S. N. 
Commander Douglas B. 

Brokenshire, U. S. N. 
Capt. Thomas C. Parker, 

U. S.N. 
Rear Admiral Andrew F. 

Carter, U. S. N. R 
Rear Admiral John L. 

McCrea, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Hewlett The- 

baud, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral William O. 

Spears, U. S. N. (retired). 
Rear Admiral Joseph R. Red- 
man, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Leigh Noyes, 

U. S.N. 
Rear Admiral Vance D. Chap- 
line, U. S. N. 
Capt. Alva J. Spriggs, U. 

S.N. 
Rear Admiral George S. 

Bryan, U. S. N. (retired). 
Commodore Julius F. Hell- 

weg, U. S. N. (retired). 
Rear Admiral Howard H. 

Good, U. S. N. 
Commodore Howard A. Flan- 

igan, U. S. N. 
Capt. Harold E. Fick, U. S. 

N. 
Captain Harold L. Meadow, 

U. S. N. 
Captain John P. W. Vest, 

U. S. N. 
Captain James R. Dudley, 

U. S. N. 
Captain Cyril K. Wildman, 

U. S. N. 
Major General Field Harris, 

U. S. M. C. 
Admiral Charles P. Snyder, 

U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Edmund W. 

Burrough, U. S. N. 



President. 
Recorder. . 



Chief of Naval Operations 

Vice Chief of Naval Operations 

Sub Chief of Naval Operations 

Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air). 



Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Mate- 
rial. 

Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations 
(Air). 

Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Logis- 
tic Plans and Director Logistic Plans Divi- 
sion. 

Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Navy 
Inventory Control. 

Personal Aide to Vice Chief of Naval Opera- 
tions. 

Administrative Aide to Vice Chief of Naval 
Operations. 

Director Tanker and Petroleum Section 



Director of Central Division 

Director of Naval Intelligence Division 

Director of Pan American Division 

Director of Naval Communications Division. 
Director of Board of Inspection and Survey. . . 

Director of Fleet Maintenance Division 

Director of Electronics Division 

Hy drographer 

Superintendent of Naval Observatory 

Director of Base Mamtenance Division 



Director of Naval Transportation Service Divi- 
sion. 
Director of Aviation Planning Division 



Director of Aviation Persoimel Division. 
Director of Aviation Training Division.. 
Director of Flight Division 



Director of Naval Air Transport Service Di- 
vision. 
Director of Division of Aviation Marine Corps. 



Inspector General 

Director of Post War Plans Division . 



D. C. 
Iowa. 



D. C_... 

Calif.... 
N. Y.... 
Mich... 

Mo 

Ind 

Va 



N. Y... 

N. H___ 
N. C... 

Tex 

Mich__. 
D. C... 
Tenn... 

Nev 

Vt 

Nebr.... 
Calif... 
N. C... 
N.J... 
Wash.. 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 

Ga 

Mo 

Mo 

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Ky 

D. C... 
N. Y..- 



7th.... 



20th. 
32d.. 



9th. 



2d. 



2d.. 

1st. 



3d 

At. L. 
AtL.. 
lst_... 
14th.. 
2d..... 



1st. 



21st. 
10th. 



1st... 
Ist... 
6th_._ 



1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Oiricial Register. 

2 See Marine Corps pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



128 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Chief of Naval 
Operations — Continued. 

Captain Dudley W. Knox. 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Commander Harold K. Leslie 

U. S. N. 
Archibald Oden 



Headquarters of Commander 
in Chief, United States 
Fleet 

Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, 

U. S. N. 
Admiral Richard S. Edwards, 

U. S. N. 
Vice Admiral Charles M. 

Cooke, Jr., U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Bernard H. 

Bieri, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Donald B. 

Duncan. U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Hewlett The- 

baud, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Malcolm F. 

Schoeffel, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Walter S. De- 

Lany, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Allan R. Mc- 

Cann, U. S. N. 
Capt. Howard E. Orem, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Alexander S. McDill, 

U. S. N. 
Commander Robert E. 

Domin, U. S. N. 
Lt. Robert L. Gordon, Jr., 

U. S. N. R. 

Lt. Charles E. Ducommun, 
U. S N. R. 

Bureau of Naval Personnel 

Vice Admiral Randall Ja- 
cobs, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral William M. 

Fechteler, U. S. N. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles A. 

Applebv, U. S. N. R. 
Capt. Ralph A. Koch, U. S. 

N. (retired). 
Capt. George V. Stewart, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Comdr. Milton C. Mumford, 

U. S. N. R. 
Comdr. Gerard Swope, Jr., 

U. S. N. R. 
Capt. Mildred H. McAfee, 

(W) U. S. N. R. 
Comdr. Robert W. Wood, 

U. S. N. R. 
Capt. Roscoe H. Hillenkoct- 

ter, U. S. N. 
Comdr. Christophers. 

Sargent, U. S. N. R. 
Capt. William B. McHugh, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Donald F. McLean, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Wallis F. Petersen, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Charles Wellborn, Jr., 

U. S. N. 



Offlcer-in-Charge, Naval Records and Library 

Persoimel Officer 

Chief Clerk 



Commander in Chief, United States Fleet 

Deputy Commander in Chief, United States 

Fleet — Deputy Chief of Naval Operations. 
Chief of Staff 



Deputy Chief of Staff 

Assistant Chief of Staff (Plans) 

Assistant Chief of Staff (Combat Intelligence) . 

Assistant Chief of Staff (Operations) _ . 

Assistant Chief of Staff (Readiness) 

Assistant Chief of Staff (Antisubmarine) 

Aide and Flag Secretary 

Aide 

Aide and Flag Lieutenant 



Aide to Deputy Commander in Chief, United 
States Fleet— Deputy Chief of Naval Oper- 
ations. 

Aide to Chief of Staff- 



The Chief of Naval Persomiel 

The Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel- 
Aide to the Chief of Naval Personnel 



Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Per- 
sonnel. 

General Inspector for the Bureau of Naval 
Personnel. 

Management Advisor and Administrative 
Officer. 

Bureau Counsel 



Special Assistant and Director Women's 
Reserve. 

Special Assistant and Director Pubhc Rela- 
tions. 

Director of Plannmg and Control 



Assistant Director of Planning and Control. . . 

Director, Plans and Operations Division 

Director, Finance and Material Division- 

Director, Demobilization Division 

Director of Officer Personnel 



D. C- 

Mass- 
Va— 



D. C..-. 

Conn--. 

Calif.. .- 
Minn... 
Fla 



D. C 

Pa... 
Mass. 
Oreg. 
Wis-. 
Calif. 
Va... 



Calif..-. 



Pa 

Calif... 
W. Va. 
Nebr.-- 

Va 

Ill 

Conn.. 
Mass... 

Ill 

Mo 

D. C- 
Calif-.- 
Wash.. 
Ind.-.. 
Calif... 



8th.... 



2d.. 
1st. 
2d.. 



13th. 
1st.. 
2d... 



16th.-. 



4th- 



See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



129 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of "Naval Personnel- 
Continued 

Capt. Clark L. Green, U. S. 

N. 
Capt. Henry Crommelin, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Charles J. Cater, 

U. S. N. 
Franklin J. Schuyler - . 



Comdr, Charles K. Duncan, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Dashiell H. Madeira, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Edward R. Durgin, 

U. S. N. 
Comdr. Carlton R. Adams, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Arthur S. Adams, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Capt. Joseph A. Farrell, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. William R. Headden, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Timothy J. O'Brien, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. George A. Leahey, Jr., 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Streuby L. Driunm, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Col. Emmet W. Skinner, 

U. S. M. C. 
Capt. Albert C. Jacobs, 

U. S. N. R. 
Capt. Charles C. Hartman, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Armand J. Robertson, 

U. S. N. 
Capt. Dudley A. White, 

U. S. N. R. 
Capt. George R. Cooper, 

U.S.N. 
Capt. William M. Cole, 

U.S.N. 
Rear Admiral Robert D. 

Workman (ChC) U. S. N. 
Capt. Ernest L. Ackiss 

(ChC) U.S.N. 
Capt. James B. Rutter, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Comdr. Bleecker P. Seaman, 

U. S. N. R. 
Capt. Robert S. Robertson, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Comdr. John H. Tallman, 

U.S.N. 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Vice Admiral Ben Moreell 

(C. E. C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Lewis B. 

Combs (C. E. C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral William H. 

Smith (C. E. C.) U.S.N. 
Rear Admiral Edward L. 

Marshall (C. E.G.) U.S.N. 
Rear Admiral John J. Man- 
ning (C. E. C.) U. S. N. 
Capt. Henry P. Needham 

(C. E. C.) U. S.N. 
Capt. Lewis N. Moeller 

(C. E. O.) U.S.N. 



Assistant Director of Officer Personnel. 
Director, Officer Distribution Division, 
Director, Officer Performance Division. 



Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval I'er- 

sonnel and Registrar. 
Director, Officer Procurement Division 



Director of Training 

Assistant Director of Training 

Director, Standards and Curriculum Division 

Director, Field Administration Division 

Director, Training Aids Division 

Director, Quality Control Division 

Director of Welfare 

Assistant Director of Welfare _ 

Director, Special Services Division 

Director, Corrective Services Division 

Director, Dependents Welfare Division 

Director of Enlisted Personnel 

Assistant Director of Enlisted Personnel 

Director, Recruiting and Induction Division. 

Director, Enlisted Distribution Division 

Director, Enlisted Performance Division 

Director of Chaplains 

Assistant Director of Chaplains 

Director of Records and Transportation 

Assistant Director of Records and Transporta- 
tion. 
Director of Transportation 

Director of Records 



Chief of Bureau 

Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Chief Planning Officer 

Chief Inspector 

Director of Atlantic Division. 



Director of Administration and Personnel 

Department. 
Director of Progress Control and Statistical 

Department. 



Pa 

Ala 

Ala 

N. Y..-. 

Ky 

Fla 

Conn.-. 
N. C... 
N. Y.... 

Md 

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Mass.... 

La 

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Va 

Nebr... 
D. C.._ 
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Calif... 
Pa 



Ga 

N. J..... 
D. C... 

Va 

111 



Mo 

N. Y.... 

Mass 

Mass.... 

N.Y.... 
Calif.... 

N. Y.... 



36th, 



13th. 



16th. 



3d. 



13th. 
29th. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
33d-. 
l.'ith 
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' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

'' See Marine Corps pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



130 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Yards and 
Docks — Continued 

Capt. John J. Chew (C. E. 

C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral William H. 

Smith (C. E. C.) U.S.N. 
Capt. Kirbv Smith (C. E. C.) 

U. S.N. R. 
Capt. Charles T. Dickeman 

(C. E. C.) U. S. N. 
Commander Arthur I. Fla- 
herty (C. E. C.) U. S. N. 
Cant. Arthur C. Eberhard 

(C. E. C.) U. S. N. R. 
Commander Thornton J. 

Parker, Jr. (C.E.C.) U.S. 

N. R. 
Capt. Emil H. Praeger (C. 

E. C.) U. S.N. R. 
Commander John E. Faiele 

(C. E. C.) U. S. N. 
Commander George H. Stiles 

(C. E. C.) U. S. N. R. 
Capt. Cuthbert P. Conrad 

(C. E. C.) U. S. N. R. 
Commander Charles M. 

Noble(C.E.C.)U. S. N. R, 
Commander Bartlett W. Gil- 
lespie. (C. E. C.) U. S. N. R. 

Bureau of Ships 

Vice Admiral Edward L. 

Cochran, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Earle W. Mills, 

U.S.N. 
Rear Admiral Ivan E. Bass, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Capt. Edward E. Roth, 

U. S. N. 

A. Brice Biggers 

Capt. Philip Q. Lauman, 

U. S. N. (retired). 
Rear Admiral Charles L. 

Brand, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Joseph J. Bros- 

hek, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Sherman S. 

Kennedy, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Frank J. Wille, 

U.S.N. 
Capt. Jennines B. Dow, 

U. S. N. 

Bureau of Ordnance 

Rear Admiral O. F. Hussey, 

Jr., U. S.N. 
Rear Admiral W. A. Kitts, 

3d, U. S. N. 
Capt. M. R. Kelley, U. S. N. 
Capt. WilliamGranat,U. S.N, 
Capt. A. O. Zimermann, 

U.S.N, (retired). 
Capt. F. I. Entwistle, U.S.N. 
Capt. R. H. Roberts, U. S. N . 
Capt. E. M. Crouch, U. S. N. 
Capt. G. L. Schuyler, U. S. N. 

Harry M. Klee 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director of Finance and Operating Depart- 
ment. 
Director of Planning and Design Department. 

Director of Construction Department 

Director of Advance Base Department 



Assistant Director of Administration and Per- 
sonnel Department. 

Assistant Director of Progress Control and 
Statistical Department. 

Assistant Director of Finance and Operating 
Department. 

Assistant Director of Planning and Design 

Department. 
Deputy Director of Construction Department 

Assistant Director of Construction Depart- 
ment. 

Deputy Director of Advance Base Depart- 
ment. 

Assistant Director of Advance Base Depart- 
ment. 

Assistant Director of Advance Base Depart- 
ment. 



Chief of Bureau 

Assistant Chief of Bureau. 



Senior Member, Contract Termination Re- 
view Board. 
Director of Administration 



Special Assistant to Chief of Bureau. 
Fiscal Director. _. 



Director of Shipbuilding 

Director of Ship Maintenance., 
Director of the Shore Division. 

Director of Contracts 

Director of Electronics... 



Chief of Bureau 

Assistant to Chief of Bureau. 



Director, Administrative Division 

Director, Planning and Progress Division- 
Director, Financial Division 



Director, Research and Development Division 

Director, Production Division 

Director, Fleet Maintenance Division 

Senior Member, Special Board on Naval 

Ordnance. 
Chief .\dministrative Officer 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


D. C... 




Mass 


6th-... 


D. C. . 




N. Y.... 


23d-..- 


Mass 


4th.... 


Tex 


14th..- 


Md 


6th. ... 


N. Y-... 


21st..- 


Calif.... 


5th... _ 


Mass 


9th--- 


Brazil... 




N.J 


7th-... 


Calif.... 


12th... 


D. C... 




Ark 


4th.... 


Miss 


6th.... 


Ky 


5th..-. 


Ga 

Va 


5th.... 
5th.... 


N.J..-.. 


4th.... 


Mass 


15th... 


Mich 


8th.... 


Nebr.-.. 


2d 


Calif.... 


16th-.- 


Mass 


10th-. _ 


N. Y.-.. 


32d— . 


Oreg 

Calif.... 
D. C 


3d 

12th.-. 


Calif.... 

Ill 

Calif--.. 
D.C 


12th..- 
19th..- 
12th... 


Pa 


22d-.._ 



• See Navy pay tables in appendi.x of OfTicial Register, 



131 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Supplies and 
Accounts 

Rear Admiral William J. 

Carter (S.C.) U.S.N. 
Rear Admiral Horace D. 

Nuber (S. C.) U. S. N. 

Jacob H. Hollinger 

Norwood P. Cassidy... 

Rear Admiral Murrey L. 

Rovar (S. C.) U.S.N. 
Comdr. A. A. Antrim (S. C.) 

U.S.N. 
Commander Hugh L. Hen- 

drick (S.C.) U.S.N. 
Susan B. Dorsey 



Capt. J. D. Boyle (S. C.) 

U.S.N. 
Capt. O. A. Eubank (S. C.) 

U. S.N. R. 

Bureau of Medicine and 
Surgery 

Vice Admiral Ross T Mcln- 

tire (M. C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral W. J. C. 

Agnew (M. C.) U. S. N. 

William S. Douglass 

Commander Arnold F. Emch 

H (S),U. S.N. R. 
Rear Admiral Alexander G. 

Lyle (T). C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral K. E. Mel- 

hom 7 (M. C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Harold W. 

Smith (M. C.) U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Dallas O. Sut- 
ton (M. C.) U. 8. N. 
Rear Admiral Q. C. Thomas 

(M. C.) U.S. N. (retired). 
Capt. Benjamin H. Adams 

(M. C.) U. S. N. 
Comdr. John C. Adams (M. 

C.) U. S. N. 
Comdr. Carlton L. Andrus 

(M. C.) U. S. N. 
Capt. Thomas J. Carter (M. 

C.) U. S. N. 
Capt. Robert S. Davis (D. 

C.) U. S. N. 
Comdr. W. W. Hargrave 

(M. C.) U. P. N. 
Capt. C. H. McMillan (M. 

C.) U. S. N. 
Commander Robert C. Rans- 

dell, (M. C.) (S) U. S. N. 

R. 

Bureau of Aeronautics 

Rear Admiral Dewitt C. 

Ramsey, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Lawrence B. 

Richardson, U. S. N. 
Comdr. Richard L. Farrelly, 

U. S. N. R. 
John B. May 



Comdr. Roy H. Callahan, 

U. S. N. R. 
Pierce W. Gaines. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief of Bureau 

Assistant Chief of Bureau. 



Civilian Assistant and Chief Clerk 

Special Assistant to Chief of Bureau 

General Inspector, Supply Corps, Inspection 

Group. 
OflTicer-in-charge, Administrative Planning 

Division. 
Oflicer-in-Charge, Officer Personnel Division. - 

Administrative Assistant, Officer Personnel 

Division. 
Offlcer-in-Charge, Office of Director of Supply. 

Officer-in-Charge, Office of the Fiscal Director. 



Surgeon General of the Navy and Chief of 

Bureau. 
Assistant Chief of Bureau. 



Civilian Assistant to the Surgeon General 

Special .Assistant and Chief of Administration 

Division 
Inspector of Dental Activities 



Chief of Division of Materiel 

Chief of Division of Research 

Chief of Division of Inspections. 
Chief of Professional Division... 



Chief of Division of Physical Qualifications 

and Medical Records. 
Chief of Division of .\viation Medicine 



Chief of Division of Planning 

Chief of Division of Preventive Medicine. 

Chief of Division of Dentistry 

Chief of Division of Personnel 

Chief of Division of Finance 

Chief of Division of Publications 



Chief of Bureau 

Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Special Assistant to Chief of Bureau (General). 

Special Assistant to Chief of Bureau (Civilian 

Personnel). 
Executive Assistant to Assistant Chief of 

Bureau. 
Counsel 



Legal residence 



State 



S.C. 
D. C- 



Pa 

Va 

Calif--.. 



Nebr.. 
Tex... 
D.C.- 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 



Vt. 



N.J 


3d-.-- 


Mass 




N. J 


5th-... 


D. C 




La 


4th.... 


Conn. - 





' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

3 Per diem. 

" Stationed in Brooklyn, New York. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



6th. 



18th. 
8th-. 
15th. 

2d... 

12th. 



3d— 
17th- 



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(') 
(') 



(') 
(') 
(') 

5,600 
(') 
3 25 



654092 — 45- 



-10 



132 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Bureau of Aeronautics — 

Continued 










Lt. Ralston P. Edmunds, U. 


Organizational Review Assistant 


Okla-... 
Ga 


1st-... 
3d 


(') 


S. N. R. 
Comdr. Robert E. Dixon, U. 

S.N. 
Capt. Elwood A. Cobey, U. 


Director, Military Requirements Division 


(') 


Director, Fiscal Division 


Md 




0) 


S.N. 
Capt. Irving M. McQuiston, 

U. S. N. R. 
Comdr. Ferdinand Jelke, III, 

U. S.N. R. 
Comdr. Robert S. Quacken- 

bush, U. S. N. 
Capt. Edward W. Clextori, 


Director, Progress Division ... 


D. C .. 




(') 


Director, Administration Division 


N.J—., 
Md 


5th.... 


(') 


Director, Photography Division 


(') 


Director, Maintenance Division . 


Va 

Pa 

Fla 

CaUf.... 


8th_-_. 
16th... 
3d 


(') 


U. S. N. 
Capt. Geoffrey S. Smith, U. 


Director, Procurement Division 


(0 


S. N. R. 
Capt. Theodore C. Lonn- 


Director, Engineering Division 


(') 


quest, U. S. N. 
Capt. Leland D. Webb, U. 


Director, Production Division 


(') 


S.N. 
Capt. Luis deFlorez, U. S. 


Director, Special Devices Division 


Cnnn 




(') 


N. R. 
Capt. Frank A. Zunino, U. 


Director, Contract Termination Division 

Director, Supply Division 


Conn 




(') 


S. N. R. 
Comdr. Theodore S. Duke- 


Vt 


AtL.. 


(') 


shire, (S. C.) U. S. N. 






M estern District 












Bureau of Aeronautics General Representative, 
Los Angeles, Calif. 


Tex 




(') 


Pace, Jr., U. S. N. 








Central District 










Rear Admiral Arthur C. 


Bureau of Aeronautics General Representa- 
tive, Dayton, Ohio. 






(') 


Miles, U. S. N. 








Eastern District 










Rear Admiral Sydney M. 
Kraus, U. S. N. 


Bureau of Aeronautics General Representa- 
tive, New York, N. Y. 


Ind 




(') 








Aviation Supply Office 










Rear Admiral Edwin D. 


Aviation Supply Officer, Philadelphia, Pa 






(') 


Foster (S. C.) U. S. N. 










Naval Air Material Center 










Rear Admiral Donald Royce, 

U. S. N. 


Commanding Officer, Navy Yard, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 


Mich 




0) 








Naval Establishment 










Navy Yard and Station, 
Washington, D. C. 












Commandant, Navy Yard, and Superintend- 
ent, Naval Gun Factory. 


Calif 




(') 


Reichmuth, U. S. N. 
Capt. Clyde R. Robinson, 
U. S. N. 


S. C 




0) 










Naval Research Labora- 










tory 














Mich 




(') 


Van Keuren (retired). 

U. S. N. 










Naval Dispensary 












Medical Officer in Command 


D. C... 




0) 


ner (M. C), U. S. N. 









' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



133 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Naval Establishment — Con. 










National Naval Medical 
Center, Bethesda, Md. 










R63r Admircil ^VillisIn Cbflm- 


Medical Officer in Command 


Calif.-.. 




(') 


bers (M. C), U. S. N. 










Naval Medical School 










Capt. Herbert L. Pugh 
(M. C), U. S. N. 


do -- 


Va - 




(') 










Naval Dental School 










Capt. RaeD. Pitton(D. C), 
U. S. N. 


Dental OflBcer in Command 


Colo 




(') 










Naval Hospital 






• 




Capt. Robert E. Duncan, 
(M. C), U. S. N. 


Medical Officer in Command 


Mo 




(') 










Naval War College, 
Newport, R. I. 










Vice Admiral William S. Pye 
(retired), U. S. N. 


President 


Md 




(') 










U. S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Md. 










Rear Admiral John R Beard- 


Superintendent 


Fla 




(') 


aU, U. S. N. 










First Naval District, 
Boston, Mass. 










Rear Admiral FelLx X. Gy- 

ga-x, U. S. N. 
Capt. John S. Barleon 

Navy Yabd, Portsmouth, 
N. H. 


Commandant of District and Navy Yard, 

Boston, Mass. 
Chief of Stafl 


Kans 




(') 


Md 




(') 










Rear Admiral Thomas With- 


Commandant 


Nev 




(') 


ers, U. S. N. 










Third Naval District, 
New York, N. Y. 










Rear Admiral Monroe Kelly, 

U.S.N. 
Rear Admiral Freeland A 


Commandant of District, New York, N. Y.._ 
Commandant of Navy Yard, New York, N. Y. 


Va 




(') 


Va 




(') 


Daubin, U. S. N. 








Fourth Naval District, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 










Rear Admiral MiLo F 


Commandant of District and Navy Yard, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


Wash... 




(0 


Draemel, U. S. N. 








Fifth Naval District 
Naval Operating 
Base, Norfolk, Va. 










Rear Admiral David McD. 

LeBreton, U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Carl H. Jones, 


Commandant of District and Naval Operat- 
ing Base, Norfolk, Va. 
Commandant of Norfolk Navy Yard 


D.C. 

Ala 




(') 

0) 


U.S.N. 










Sixth Naval District 
Charleston, S. C. 










Rear Admiral Jules James, 


Commandant of District and Navy Yard, 
Charleston, S. C. 


Va 




(') 


U. S. N. 









1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



134 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Naval Establishment— Con. 










Seventh Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
Key West, Fla. 










Vice Admiral Walter S An- 




111 




0) 


derson, U. S. N. 
Capt. Charles E. Reordan, 
U. S. N. 


Commander of Naval Operating Base, Key 
We.st, Fla. 


Calif -. 




(') 








Eighth Naval District, 
New Orleans, La. 














Ohio -- 




(') 


Bennett, U. S. N. 










Ninth Nava» District, 
Great Lakes, III. 










Vice Admiral Arthur S. Car- 
pender, U. S. N. 




D. C 




(') 










Naval Training Center 












Commander, Naval Training Center, Great 
Lalces, 111. 


N. H.. 




(') 


Emmet, U. S. N 








Tenth Naval District, 
San Juan, P. R. 














Md .- 




(1) 


fen, U. S. N. 










Eleventh Naval Dis- 
trict, Naval Operat- 
ing Base, San Diego, 
Calif. 












Commandant of District and Commander of 
Naval Operating Base, San Diego, Calif. 


Ark - 




0) 


Friedell, U. S. N. 








Twelfth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Francisco, Calif. 










Rear Admiral Carleton H. 
Wright, U. S. N. 


Commandant of District and Commander, 
Naval Operating Base, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Commandant of Navy Yard, Mare Island, 
Calif. 


N. C _ 




0) 








Rear Admiral Mahlon S. 
Tisdale, U. S. N. 


Calif...- 




(') 


Thirteenth Naval Dis- 
trict, Seattle, AVash. 










Rear Admiral Robert M. 

Oriffin. U. S. N. 
Rear Admiral Ralph AV. 

Christi, U. S. N. 




D. C 




(') 


Commandant of Navy Yard, Puget Sound — 


Md... . 




0) 


Fourteenth Naval Dis- 
trict, Pearl Harbor, T. H. 










Vice Admiral David AV. Bag- 
ley, U. S. N. 


Commandant of District. 

Commandant of Navy Yard 


N. C 




0) 


Pa 




(') 


Furlong, U. S. N. 








Fifteenth Naval District, 
Balboa, C. Z. 














Md 




(') 


Kingman, U. S. N. 











> See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



135 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State] 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Naval Establishment— Con. 










Xaval Station, Tutuila, 
American Samoa 










Capt. Ralph W. ITungerford, 

U.S.N. 


Governor of American Samoa and Com- 
mandant of Naval Station, Tutuila. 


R.I 




0) 








Naval Station, Quan- 
tanamo Bay, Ctiba 










Capt. 0. E. Sage, U. S. N... 


Commandant 


N. J 




(') 


Seventeexth Naval Dis- 
trict, Adak, Alaska 










Rear Admiral Ralph F. 


Commandant of District 


Wash... 




(') 


Wood, U. S. N. 






Headquarters, U. S. Marine 
Corps 










Gen. Alexander A. Vande- 


Commandant of the Marine Corps 


Va 

Md 

Ky 

Ohio 

ni. 

vt 


8th...- 

nth...- 

0th... 

13th... 

17th... 

At L.. 


(') 


grift, U. S. M. C. 
Maj. Gen. DeWitt Peck, 


Assistant to the Commandant . 


(2) 


U. S. M. C. 
Maj. Gen. Field Harris, 


Director, Division of Aviation 


(2) 


U. S. M. C. 
Brig. Gen. Robert L. Denig. 


Director, Division of Public Relations 


(■) 


U. S. IVr. C. (retired). 
Brig. Gen. Gerald C. 

Thomas, U. S. M. C. 
Lt. Col. Miles S. Newton, 


Director, Division of Plans and Policies. 

Administrative Officer 


(2) 
(2) 


U. S. M. C. 






Personnel Department 










Maj. Gen. .-Mien H. Turnage, 


Director . ... 


N. C... 

Tex 


1st 

12th... 


C) 


U. S. M. C. 
Brig. Gen. John T. Walker, 


Executive Officer 


(^) 


U. S. M. C. 






Office of the Oiiartermasfer 
General 










Maj. Gen. William P. T. 

Hill, U. S. M. C. 
Brie. Gen. Leonard E. Rea, 

U. S. M. C. 
James W. Burrows 


The Quartermaster General of the ISIarine 

Corps. 
Executive Officer 

Special Assistant to the Quartermaster Gen- 
eral. 
Chief Clerk _ 


Okla.... 
N. Y.... 
D. C... 


1st.... 
38th... 


(') 

$5, 600 


William E. Springer . 


Md 


6th.... 


3,300 


Office of the Paymaster General 






Brig. Gen. Raymond R. 

Wright, U. S. M. C. 
Col. Leo Sullivan, U. S. M. 


The Paymaster General of the Marine Corps.. 
Executive Officer ... . 


Calif.... 
Idaho. -. 
N. Y.... 


8th.... 
2d..... 
"4th.-.. 


0) 

(2) 


C. 
Ingrid Jonassen 


Chief Clerk. 


3,300 


Headquarters, U. S. 
Coast Guard 






Admiral Russell R. Waesche 


Commandant.. 


Md 




(5) 


Rear Admiral Lloyd T. 


Assistant Commandant . 


Conn 




w 


Chalker. 
Rear Admiral Harvey F. 


Chairman, Merchant Marine Council 

Vice Chairman, Merchant Marine Council 

Chief, Administrative Management Division.. 

Chief, Public Relations Division. 

Chief, Office Services Division 


Va 




(5) 


Johnson. 
Commodore Norman B. Hall 


N. Y 




(5) 


Captain Joseph Pois (R) .. 


m 




(=) 


Capt. (E) Ellis Reed-HUl ... 


Mich ... 




(5) 


Comdr. J. E. Davidson (R).. 


Md 




(') 



' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Rouister. 
■ See ISfarine Corps pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

5 The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



136 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Headquarters, U. S. Coast 

Guard— Continued 

Office of Personnel 

Rear Admiral Joseph F. 

Farley. 
Commodore Raymond T. 

McElligott. 

Capt. Chester H. Jones 

Comdr. Carl E. Herrick (R)_ 

Capt. Ephriam Zoole 

Asst. Surgeon General Carl 

Michel, USPHS. 
Comdr. C. A. A. Anderson- - 
Comdr. C. A. A. Anderson... 

Capt. Norman R. Stiles 

Lt. Comdr. Harry Wilkison . . 
Lt. Comdr. Emmet T. 

Calahan. 

Capt. A. C. Marts (R) 

Capt. Dorothy C. Stratton 

(WR). 

Inspection Division 



Commodore 
Keester. 



William J. 



Intelligence Division 
Comdr. Frank E. Pollio. 
Legal Division 



Capt. Kenneth S. Harrison 
(R). 

Office of Operations 

Rear Admiral Charles A. 
Park. 

Rear Admiral Lyndon Spen- 
cer. 

Capt. Charles W. Harwood.. 

Capt. Harold G. Belford 

Commodore Frederick P. 
Dillon. 

Capt. Kenneth K. Cowart... 

Capt. (E) Martin A. Doyle, 
Ret. 

Capt. Edward M. Webster.. 

Commodore Halert C. Shep- 
heard (R). 

Lt. L. A. Johnson 

Comdr. M. A. Gulick (R)... 



Chief Personnel Officer 

Assistant Chief Personnel Officer. 

Chief, Auxiliary Division 

Chief, Civilian Personnel Division 

Chief, Enlisted Assignment Division... 
Chief, Medical Division 

Chief, Military Morale Division 

Chief, Demobilization Division 

Chief, Officer Assignment Division 

Chief, Personnel Procurement Division 
Chief, Training Division 

Chief, Temporary Reserve Division 

Chief, Women's Reserve Division 



Inspector-in-Chief. 



Chief Intelligence Officer- 



Chief Counsel- 



Chief Operations Officer 

Assistant Chief Operations Officer. 



Operations Planning Officer.- 

Assistant Operations Officer 

Chief, Aids to Navigation Division- 



Chief, Merchant Marine Personnel Division.. 
Chief, Allowance Division.. 



Chief, Communication Division.. 

Chief, Merchant Marine Inspection Division^ 



Chief, Ordnance and Gunnery Division. 
Chief, Port Security Division 



Va... 
N. Y. 



Mass... 
Maine. 
Ohio... 
Conn.. 



S. C... 
S. C... 
Conn. 
D. C 
Conn. 

N.J... 
Ind... 



Fla. 



D. C. 



Md. 



Mich, 

N. Y., 

N. H- 
R. I_. 

Mich. 



Ga., 
Ky. 



D. C-. 

Mass. 



Calif. 
N. J.. 



Chief Finance and Supply Officer... 

Assistant Chief Finance and Supply Officer. 

Chief, Accouuting Division 

Chief, Supply Division 

Chief, Budget and Reports Division..... 



D. C. 



Md-- 
D. C. 



D. C. 



Office of Finance and Supply 

Rear Admiral Frank J. 

Gorman. 

Capt. Merlin O'Neill 

Comdr. Jacob Rosenberg 

Capt. A. C. Richmond. 

Comdr. Edmund C. Nussear. 

(R). 

Office of Engineering 

Rear Admiral Harvey F. 

Johnson. 
Rear Admiral Philip B. 

Eaton. 

» The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navv pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

s The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service are the same as those of officers of the 
Army with whom they hold relative rank; see Army pay table in appendix of Official Register. 



Engineer-in-Chief 

Assistant Engineer-in-Chief. 



Md... 
Conn. 



137 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Headquarters, U. S. Coast 
G uard— C ontinued 

Office of Engineering—Con. 

Lt. Comdr. W. R. Kenly 

Capt. Irving L. Gill 

Capt. Ralph R. Tinlcham,... 
Capt. (E) John N. Heiner... 

J. R. Harrison 

Capt. Gaines A. Tyler 

Office of Air Sea Rescue 

Rear Admiral Robert Dono- 

hue. 

Comdr. Carl B. Olsen 

Comdr. Robert Palmer 

Anderson (R). 

(Vacancy) 

Comdr. William E. Sinton... 

Academy 

Rear Admiral James Pine 

Coast Guard Yard 

Capt. LeRoy Reinberg 

Area Inspection 

Capt. Charles G. Roomer 



Capt. Fred A. Nichols 

Capt. Thomas A. Shanley 

Capt. Wales A. Benham 



First Naval District 
Boston, Mass. 

Commodore Wilfred N. Der- 
by. 
Capt. (E) Milton R. Daniels. 

Comdr. Frank M. Meals 

Comdr. John R. Henthorn... 



Lt. Comdr. O. C. Faulliing- 
ham. 

Third Naval District 
New York, N. Y. 

Rear Admiral Stanley V. 

Parker. 
Capt. Gustavus U. Stewart_. 
Rear Admiral Lorenzo C. 

Farwell (retired). 
Capt. Louis L. Bennett 



Capt. J. S. Baylis... __ 

Comdr. George N. Bernier__ 

Comdr. Frank A. Erickson. 

Fourth Naval District 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Capt. Eugene A. Coffin 



Capt. Raymond J. Mauer- 

man. 
Comdr. T. L. Husselton (R). 



Chief, Aeronautical Engineering Division 

Chief, Communication Engineering Division. 

Chief, Civil Engineering Division 

Chief, Naval Engineering Division 

Chief, Merchant Marine Technical Division.. 
Chief, Research and Development Division.. 



Chief Air Sea Rescue Officer. 



Assistant Chief, Air Sea Rescue Officer 

Chief, Rescue Vessel and Station Division... 

Chief, Planning and Coordination Division. . 
Chief, Aviation Division 



Superintendent, Coast Guard Academy, New 
London, Conn. 



Commandant, Coast Guard Yard, Curtis 
Bay, Md. 



Eastern Inspector, St. George, Staten Island, 
N. Y. 

Southern Inspector, New Orleans, La 

Western Inspector, San Francisco, Calif 

Northern Inspector, Cleveland, Ohio 



District Coast Guard Officer, 1st Nava Dis- 
trict, Boston, Mass. 

-\ssistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Captain of the Port, Boston, Mass 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, Salem, Mass. 
Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, 
South Portland, Md. 



District Coast Guard Officer, 3rd Naval District, 
and Captain of the Port, New York, N. Y. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Procurement Officer, Coast Guard Supply De- 
pot, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Training 
Station, Groton, Conn. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Training 
Station, Manhattan Beach, N. Y. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, New 
London, Conn. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



District Coast Guard Officer, 4th Naval Dis- 
trict, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer, and 
Captain of the Port, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Training 
Station, Atlantic City, N. J. 



Va__.. 
D. C. 
Mich. 
Md.. 
N. J.. 
Tenn. 



N. Y. 



Conn. 
Conn. 



Colo. 



N. Y. 



Fla_ 



Mass. 



Md. 
111... 
Va.. 



Md. 



Mass. 
Mass- 
Md.. 



Maine_ 



Calif. 



D.C. 

Mass. 

Md... 
N. Y_ 

Mich- 

N. Y_, 



N.J.. 
N. Y. 
Pa... 



(») 
(') 
(') 
W 

$7,000 
(«) 



(') 



(5) 



(») 



W 



» The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



138 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
ottierwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Headquarters, U. S. 
Coast Guard— Continuedl 

Fifth Naval District 
Norfolk, I'a. 

Commodore Gordon T. Fin- 
lay. 

Capt. Joseph E. Stika 

Comdr. Joseph F. Murray.. - 

Capt. George E. McCabe 

Comdr. Calvin H. Dalby 

(R). 
Comdr. Stanley C. Linholm. 



Sixth Naval District, 
Charleston, S. C. 

Capt. Michael J. Ryan 

Capt. Raymond V. Marron.. 
Lt. Comdr. C. J. Sullivan.... 

Lt. Robert K. Bero (R) 

Lt. Comdr. C. T. Christian- 
sen. 

Seventh Naval District, 
Miami, Fla. 

Capt. John E. Whitbeck 

Capt. William P. Wishar 

(retired). 
Capt. John P. Crowley 

Lt. Samuel V. Chapman (R). 
Comdr. Marvin T. Braswell. 
Comdr. Robert F. Shunk 

Comdr. Robert E. McCaf- 
fery. 

Eighth Naval District, 
New Orleans, La. 

Capt. Norman H. Leslie 

Capt. John H. Byrd 

Comdr. Leo C. Mueller (re- 
tired). 

Comdr. Philip A. Short 

Comdr. Richard L. Mellen.. 

Lt. Comdr. Walter G. 
Etheridge. 

Ninth Naval District, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Capt. Beckwith Jordan 

Capt. Ross G. Willoh (R).... 
Lt. Comdr. James W. Leek 
(R). 



Ninth Naval Diitrict, 
Cltreland, Ohio 

Capt. Ralph W. Dempwolf.. 



District Coast Guard OflBcer, 5th Naval Dis- 
trict, Norfolk, Va. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Training 
Station, Ft. McHenry, Baltimore, Md. 

Captain of the Port, Baltimore, Md 

Captain of the Port, Norfolk, Va... 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, Elizabeth City, N. C. 



District Coast Guard Officer, 6th Naval Dis 
trict, Charleston, S. C. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer.. 

Captain of the Port, Charleston, S. C 

Captain of the Port, Jacksonville, Fla... 

Captain of the Port, Savannah, Ga 



District Coast Guard Officer, 7th Naval Dis- 
trict, Miami, Fla. 
Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Training 
Station, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Captain of the Port, Miami, Fla 

Captain of the Port, Tampa, Fla 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, Miami, Fla. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, St. Petersburg, Fla. 



District Coast Guard Officer, 8th Naval Dis- 
trict, New Orleans, La. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer.. 

Captain of the Port, Mobile, Ala... 

Captain of the Port, New Orleans, La 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, Biloxi, Miss. 
Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, 
Galveston, Tex. 



District Coast Guard Officer, St. Louis, 9th 
Naval District, St. Louis, Mo. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Captain of the Port, St. Louis, Mo 



Mich 



Calif. 
N. Y. 



Md. 
Va.. 



District Coast Guard Officer, Cleveland, 9th 
Naval District, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Olficer 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, and 
Captain of the Port, Chicago, 111. 



Kans. 



Colo. 



Colo.. 
Mass. 
Vt.... 
Ga... 



N. Y. 
Ohio. 



Conn. 



Md... 
Fla.... 
Wash. 



111. 



Va-. 
Ala. 



N. Y. 
Md.. 



N. C. 



Mass. 



Pa.. 

Mo. 



Pa. 



Texas. 
lU 



Capt. James A. Hirshfield — 
Comdr. Petter G. Petterson 

(R). 

« The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy 
with whom they hold relative rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Reeister. 



139 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Headquarters, U. S. 
Coast Guard— Continued 

Ninth Naval District, 
Cleveland, OAio— Continued 

Lt William W Townsend 


Captain of the Port, Duluth, Minn 


Minn 




(!) 


Jr. (R). 
Lt. Comdr. T. A. Dahlburg 
(R). 


Commanding OflBcer, Coast Guard Base, Sault 

Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

District Coast Guard Officer, 10th Naval 

District, San Juan, P. R. 
Assistant District Coast Guard Officer and 

Captain of the Port, San Juan, P. R. 

District Coast Guard Officer, 11th Naval 
District, Long Beach, Calif. 

Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Captain of the Port, Los Angeles, Calif 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, San Diego, Calif. 
Captain of the Port, San Diego, Calif . 


Mich 




(J) 


Md .... 




(') 


(R). 

Tenth Naval District, San 
Juan, P. R. 

Capt. William H. Barton 

Comdr. Dwight H. Dexter... 

Eleventh Naval District, Long 
Beach, Calif. 

Capt. William F. Towle 

Capt. Joseph Greenspan 

Comdr George B. Gelly 


Calif.... 




(') 


Ul....__. 




(') 


N. Y ... 




(') 


Md - 




(51 


Calif - 




(=) 


Comdr. Donald B. MacDiar- 


Wash . 




(5) 


mid. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles H. For- 


Calif . 




(*) 


ward fR). 

Twelfth Naval District, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Commodore William K. 


District Coast Guard Officer, 12th Naval 
District, San Francisco, Calif. 

.Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Captain of the Port, San Francisco, Calif 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Training 
Station, Alameda, Calif. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Base, Ala- 
meda, Calif. 

Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, South San Francisco, Calif. 

Comm.anding Officer, Coast Guard Supply 
Depot, Alameda, Calif. 

District Coast Guard Officer, 13th Naval 
District, and Captain of the Port, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Assistant District Coa"t Guard Officer 

Commanding Officer. Coast Guard Air Sta- 
tion, Port Angeles, Wash. 

District Coast Guard Officer, 11th Naval 
District, Honolulu, T. H. 

.Assistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Captain of the Port, Honolulu, T. H 


Wash . 




(}) 


Scammell. 
Capt. Louis W. Perkins 


Mass 




0) 


Comdr. Paul B. Cronk 


Calif .- 




(.') 


Capt. J^ugene Blake, Jr. (re- 


Wash... 




(0 


tired). 
Lt. Comdr. Jens B. Ejresten- 


N. Y ... 




(') 


sen. 
Comdr. Vaino O. Johnson . 


Miss 




(') 


Lt. Comdr. William W. Mc- 


Calif.... 




(5) 


Kellar. 

Thirteenth Naval District, 
Seattle, Wash. 

Capt. Frederick A. Zeusler.. 


Wash... 




(') 


Capt. .A.lbert M. Martinson.. 


El 




(■'') 


Comdr. William I. Swanston_ 


Ind 




(5) 


Fourteenth Naval District, 
Honolulu, T. H. 

Capt. Floyd J. Sexton 


N. Y.... 




(') 


Comdr. Frank K. Johnson .. 


Calif..-. 




(.=) 


Lt. Comdr. Melvin J. Arch- 


Wash 




(*) 


amheau. 

Seventeenth Naval District, 
Ketchikan, Alaska 

Capt. Gordon W. MacLane.. 

Capt. John P. Murray, Jr. . 


District Coast Guard Officer, 17th Naval 
District, Ketchikan, Alaska. 

.\ssistant District Coast Guard Officer 

Captain of the Port, Ketchikan, Alaska 


Wash... 
Calif... 





(5) 
(') 


Lt. Howard Solloway (R). 


Md 




(') 











5 The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



SECRETARY 



HAROLD L. ICKES, OF ILLINOIS i 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Disi. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of the Secretary 



Abe Fortas 

Michael W. Straus 

Oscar L. Chapman 

William H. McCrillis. 

Wesley C. Clark 

May B. Conley 

Sylvia Altman 

Floyd E.Dotson 

John E. Ryckman 

Vernon D. Northrop.. 



Mrs. J. Atwood Maulding. 

C. Warren Stapleton 

Virgil P. Wallace 

Earl E. Eisenhart 

Frank C. Updike 

William G. Hoyt 



Fowler V. Harper. 



Felix S. Cohen 

Meredith F. Burrill. 



Arthur E. Goldschmidt. 
Lee Muck 



Benjamin W. Thoron_ 
Edward B. Swanson.. 



Ralph K. Davies-. 
Charles J. Potter.. 
Ira N. Gabrielson. 



Office of the Solicitor 



Fowler V. Harper. 
Felix S. Cohen 



Administrative Division 
Edith A. Mahou 

Docket and Record Section 

Monica Campbell. 

Law Library 
Huberta A. Prince 



Stenographic Section 
Ethel B. Poland 



Under Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

do 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

do 

do 

Chief Clerk 

Director of Information 

Director, Division of Budget and Administra- 
tive Management. 

Director of Personnel 

Special Adviser on Labor Relations 

Supervising Field Representative 

Chief, Purchasing Division 

Chief, Miscellaneous Service Division 

Executive Officer, Water Resources Com- 
mittee. 
Solicitor 



Associate Solicitor 

Director, United States Board on Geographi- 
cal Names. 
Director, Division of Power _. 

Assistant to the Secretary in Charge of Land 

Utilization. 
Director, Division of Territories and Island 

Possessions. 
Acting Director, Petroleum Conservation 

Division. 

Deputy Petroleum Administrator for War 

Deputy Solid Fuels Administrator 

Deputy Coordinator of Fisheries 



Solicitor 

Associate Solicitor- 



Administrative Assistant to the Solicitor. 



Chief. 



Law Librarian. 



Tenn._ 

111 

Colo... 
N.H... 
N. Y... 

Ill 

D.C... 
W. Va- 
in 

Calif... 



Maine. 

Pa 

Tex 

lowa... 

Va 

N. Y... 



Ind. 



N. Y... 
Okla... 



Tex... 

Wash. 



D.C... 

Wash.. 

Calif... 

Pa 

Iowa... 



Ind.- 

N. Y. 



D.C. 



Md- 



D. C. 



9th.. 
10th. 
lst_. 
2d^-. 
35th_ 
2d.__ 



6th-. 
2d-.. 
5th.. 



3d--. 
23d- 
5th.. 
3d_.. 
7th-- 
36th- 



rth. 



21st.. 
5th.-. 



20th- 
5th-. 



6th.. 

8th.. 
27th. 
5th-. 



7th.. 
21st. 



4th. 



Acting Supervisor. 



Va. 



$10, 000 
9,000 
9,000 
6,000 
5,600 
4,800 
4,600 
6,500 
8,250 
8,000 

6,500 
5,600 
- 5, 600 
6,000 
4,600 
6,500 

8,500 

7,250 
6,500 

8,250 
8,250 

8,500 

(») 

10, 000 
10. 000 

(?) 



8,500 
7,250 



3,800 



2,400 



3,200 



8th.... 2, 300 

P 1 The Secretary of the Interior is designated as Petroleum Administrator for War, Solid Fuels Adminis- 
trator for War, and Coordinator of Fisheries. 

3 Salary received from the Petroleum Administration for War. 

3 Salary received as Director, Fish and Wildlife Service. 

(140) 



141 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of the Solicitor— Con. 










Conservation Division 












Assistant Solicitor and Chief 


Ohio 


22d.... 


$6, 500 


Indian Division 






W H Flanery 


. do 


Ky 


7th.... 


6,750 


Legislative Division 












do . . . 


Pa 


17th... 


6,500 


Mines Division 












do 


Va 


2d..... 


6,500 


Property Acquisition Division 








do 


N. Y..._ 


24th... 


6,500 


Public Lands Division 












..do 


N. Y.... 


17th... 


6,750 


Office of Land Utilization 












Assistant to the Secretary in Charge of Land 

Utilization. 
Dii"ector of Soil Conservation . 


Wash... 

Oreg 

D. C... 


5th.... 
3d 


8,250 


Edward N. Kavanagh 


6,750 


Director of I^and Classification 


6,750 


John F. Shanklin 


Assistant Director of Forests 


N.Y.... 

Md 


1st.... 
6th...- 


5,600 




Administrative Assistant 


5,000 


Division of Power 






Arthur E. Goldschmidt 


Director 


Tex 

Nebr.... 

Mass 

Pa - 

Va 


20th... 
4th. .-_ 
9th_-.. 
19th... 
3d..... 


8,250 




Assistant to the Director 


6,500 


Thomas H Eliot 


Chief Counsel . . 


8,000 


Stephen Raushenbush 

K. Sewell Wingfield 


Chief, Branch of Economics and Statistics 

Chief, Branch of Marketing and Operations- 


8,250 
8,000 


Division of Territories and 
Island Possessions 










Benjamin W. Thoron 

Territorial Officers 


Director, Division of Territories and Island 
Possessions. 


D. C. 




8,500 








Alaska 










Ernest Omening 


Governor, Juneau 


D. C... 




10, 000 


LlewelljTi M. WOliams. . 


Secretary of the Territory Juneau 


Alaska. . 




7,500 


Hawaii 










Ingram M. Stainback 


Governor, Honolulu .. 


Hawaii . 
Hawaii . 




10, 000 


Gerald R. Corbett . 


Secretary of the Territory Honolulu 


5,800 


Puerto Pico 










Rexford O. Tugwell 


Onvernnr, San Jnan . 


N. Y.... 




10, 000 


Virgin Islands 










Charles Harwood 


Governor, St. Thomas 

Administrative Assistant to the Governor 

President, The Virgin Islands Company, St. 
Croix. 


N. Y.._. 
V.I 


25th.-. 


8,000 




7,000 


Gilbert L. Pace 


La.. . 




7,500 










The Alaska Railroad 










Otto F. Ohlson.... 


General Manager, j\.nchorage. Alaska 


Minn... 
Alaska.. 


8th.... 


14, 400 


John T. Cunningham 


Superintendent of Motive Transportation, 
Anchorage, Alaska. 


5, 965 



142 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise Indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAMK 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Division of Territories and 
Island Possessions — Con. 










Territorial Officers— Con. 










The Alaska Railroad— Con. 










William L. Kinsell 


Superintendent of Motive Power and Equip- 
ment, Anchorage, Alaska. 

Chief Engineer, Anchorage, Alaska 

Assistant General Manager, .^jichorage, Alas- 
ka. 

Auditor of Station Accounts, Anchorage, Alas- 
ka. 

Superintendent, Hotels, Commissary, Stores, 
Anchorage, Alaska. 

Chief Clerk, Anchorage, Alaska 






$5,800 


George W. ColweU. 


Alaska 




5,965 


James J. Delaney 


Alaska.. 




6,000 


William F. Muleahy. 


Alaska 




4,800 


Malcolm J. MacDonald 


Alaska. - 




5,400 


Arthur R. Sessions. 


Alaska.. 
lU 




4,500 


Harold W. Snell 


Assistant General Manager, The Alaska Rail- 
road, Chicago, 111. 


6,400 










Alaska Road Commission 










Ike P. Tavlor. 


Chief Engineer, Juneau, Alaska 

Assistant Chief Engineer, Juneau, Alaska 


Alaska.. 




8,000 


Hawley W. Sterling 


6,700 


Alaskan Purchasing and 
Shipping Office 










John J. Lichtenwalner. 


Purchasing Agent, Seattle, Washington. 


Wash... 


1st 


4,600 


Philippine Islands 










(Vacancy) 


United States High Commissioner to the Phil- 
ippine Islands. 
Economic Adviser 






(^) 


Evett D. Hester 




13th... 


9,000 


Puerto Rico Reconstruction 
Administration 








Benjamin W. Thoron. 


Administrator 


D. C... 




w 


Henry A. Hirshberg 


General Coimsel . 


Tex 


20th- 


7,750 


Puerto Rico Offices 










Guillermo Esteves 


Assistant Administrator 


P. R.. 




' 7, 000 


Mariano H. Ramirez 


Assistant General Comisel. 






6 2, 500 


Emlen P. Wa^Tle . 


Chief, Finance Division _.. 


Iowa 

P. R.... 


ISt.-.- 


' 5, 400 


Agustin M. de Andtno 


Chief, Housing Management and Agricul- 
tural Liquidation. 


'5,500 










Petroleum Conservation 










Division 










Edward B. Swanson 


Acting Director . . . 


Wash... 


6th_.._ 


(2) 






8,000 


(Vacancy) 


Assistant Director 






6,500 


Wm. A. Kearney ... 


Administrative Assistant... ... - - 


Md 


5th_... 


3,200 


Federal Petroleum Board 










Ray 0.' Armstrong 


Chairman, Kilgore, Tex__ _. .-. 


N. Y.._. 

Tex 


43d.... 
3d 


6,500 


Edward W. Chatterton 


Member of Board, KOgore, Tex 


6,200 




do 


5,600 


U. S. Board on Geographical 
Names, Division of Geog- 
raphy 











Meredith F. Burrill 




Okla.... 
Okla.... 
Ind 


5th. _-_ 
5th.... 
11th... 


6,500 


Kenneth J. Bertrand 


Chief, Research Division 


5,600 


Mathilda C. Heuser 


Chief, Records and Services Division.. 


3,800 



2 Salary received from the Petroleum Administration for War. 

* Duties of the High Commissioner were transferred to the Secretary of the Interior by Executive Order 
No. 9245, September 16, 1942. 
' No additional compensation. 
6 Serves half time. 
' Plus 25 percent differential on first $3,000. 



143 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



General Land Office 

Fred W. Johnson 

Joel David Wolfsohn... 

Thomas C. Havell 

John R. Riggleman 

Jacob N. Wasserman 

Dale B. Whiteside 

George A. Cunningham 

Chiefs of Divisions 

Luther R. King 

RUey V. Lewis 

William O. Hancock 

August J. LaCovey 

Andrew Markhus 

Lewis E. Hoffman 

Ralph S. Clinton 

Earl O. Harrington 

Augustus Zannelli 

Elbert T. Johnston, Jr 

Vacancy 

Alf Z. Nelson 

Cadastral Engineering 
Service (Field) 

Albert C. Horton, Jr 



DISTRICT CADASTRAL 
ENGINEERS 

Guy P. Harrington 

John L. Warboys 

Herman Jaeckel 

George D. D. Ktrkpatrick 

Joseph A. Ganong 

John P. Walker_._ 

George A. Parks 

Arthur D. Kidder 

Office Cadastral Engineers 

Russell K. Allen 

Douglas M. B. Peatross 

Murray D. Badgley 

Henry J. Goodale 

Joel Q. Naret 

Edith A. Thompson 

Otis O. Gould 

Harry 3. Palmer 

Daniel Ross.. _ _. 

Grace Nelson 

Registers, District Land 
Offices 

Florence L. Kolb 

Fred J. Weiler 

Helen M. Bockman. 

Thomas F. Britt 

Paul B. Witmer.^ -. 

Ellis Purlee 

Jessie M. Gardner 

Lloyd T. Morgan_ _." 

Frank E. DeKay 

Arthur J. Ewing 

William RiddelL 

Thomas F. Corbally 

Rose L. Day 

Paul A. Roach 

Leo F. Sanchez 

Belle D. Byrne ,-. 



official title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner 

Supervisor, Branch of Adjudication 

Supervisor of Land Planning and Conserva- 
tion. 

Chief Counsel 

Supervisor, Branch of Field Examination 

Supervisor of District Land Offices 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Administrative Division 

Posting and Tract Book Division 

Indian Lands and Grazing Division 

Accounts Division 

Reclamation and Land Grant Division. 

Mineral Division 

Patents Divisfon 

Survey Division 

Homestead Division 

Mail and Files Division- 

Land Classification Division 

Research and Analysis Division 



Supervisor of Surveys, Denver, Colo. 



District 

Mex. 

District 

District 

District 

Utah. 

District 

District 

District 

District 

D.C. 



Cadastral Engineer, Santa Fe, N. 

Cadastral Engineer, Glendale, Calif. 

Cadastral Kn<;iiieei', Denver, Colo 

Cadastral Engineer, Salt Lake City, 

Cadastral Engineer, Portland, Oreg. . 

Cadastral Engineer, Boise, Idaho 

Cadastral Engineer, Juneau, Alaska.. 
Cadastral Engineer, Washington, 



Legal residence 



State 



Wyo.. 

Ill 

Term.. 
Calif.. 



N. Y.... 


24th... 


Mo 


5th.... 


R.I 


1st 


Md 


6th.... 


Fla 


3d 


Mo 


7th-. _. 


D. C 




Idaho... 


1st.... 


N. Y..._ 


4th.... 


N. Y..__ 


6th.... 


Minn 


3d 


La 


8th_._. 


Md 


5th.... 



Va_ 



Nev. 



Minn. 

Calif.. 
Wyo. . 
Pa.... 



Oreg... 

Va 

Alaska. 
Ind 



Administrative Cadastral Engineer, Denver 

Colo. 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Glendale, Calif 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Boise, Idaho 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Helena, Mont 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Cheyenne, Wyo. _ . 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Phoenix, Ariz 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Olympia, Wash 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Reno, Nev 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Juneau, Alaska 

Office Cadastral Engineer, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 



Register, Anchorage, Alaska. . . 

Register, Fairbanks, Alaska 

Acting Register, Nome, .Alaska 

Register, Phoenix, Ariz 

Register, Los Angeles, Calif 

Register, Sacramento, Calif 

Register, Denver, Colo. 

Register, Pueblo, Colo 

Register, Blackfoot, Idaho 

Register, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 

Register, Billings. Mont 

Register, Great Falls, Mont 

Register, Carson City, Nev 

Register, Las Cruces, N. Mex_. 

Register, Santa Fe, N. Mex 

Register, Bismarck, N. Dak 



Colo- 



Ariz 

N.Y... 
Mont.. 
Colo... 

Ariz 

Oreg... 

Nev 

Alaska- 
Utah... 



Alaska.. 
N. Y.._. 

Alaska. . 

Ariz 

Calif... 
Calif... 
Colo.... 
Colo.... 
Idaho... 
Idaho... 
Mont- . . 
Mont- - . 

Nev 

N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
N. Dak. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



At L- 
6th-.- 
10th- 
13th-. 



8th- 



AtL. 



3d- 



1st-. . 
AtL- 
4th.-- 

1st... 
6th-. 



5th.... 



2d. 



AtL. 
30th.. 
1st.-- 
1st.-. 
AtL. 



AtL- 
2d-"-- 



AtL. 
19th.. 
19th.. 
1st-.. 
3d---. 
2d.-.. 
1st-.. 
2d-... 
2d---. 
At L- 
At L- 
At L- 
AtL. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8,000 
7,500 
6,500 
6,500 

6,500 
5,800 
3,600 



4,200 
3,300 
4,600 
3,400 
4,600 
4,600 
3,700 
4,800 
4,600 
2,600 



4,600 



6,500 



5,400 

4,800 
5,400 
5,400 

5,200 
5,400 
6,750 
5,400 



5,400 

3,200 
3,300 
3,700 
3,700 
3,300 
3,200 
3,500 
4,500 
3,500 



4,125 
4,000 
2,625 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
2, 600 
3,800 
3,800 
3,300 
3,800 
3,800 
2,800 



144 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



General Land Office— Con. 

Eegisters, District Land 
Offices — Continued 

Clarence W. Ogle 

Richard McElligott 

Grace Gavin Lewis 

George Abild 

Scott P. Stewart 

Harry N. Child 

Jessie C. Weeks 

William Q. Johnson 

Loraine Rollins 

Oregon and California 
Revested Lands Admin- 
istration 

Walter H. Horning 

Range Development Service 

Herman S. Price 

Gilbert P. Howell 

Warren R. Sholes 

Thornton G. Taylor 

Alaskan Fire Control 
Service 

William J. McDonald 

Regional Field Examiners 

William H. Burnett 

Joseph H. Favorite 

(Vacancy) 

Norman F. Waddell 

Lowell M. Puckett 

Office of Indian Affairs 

Office of the Commissioner 
Washington Office 



William A. Brophy. _ 
Joseph C. McCaskill. 
D'Arcy McNickle. _ - 



Chicago Office 

William Zimmerman, Jr 

information division 
John Q. Neihardt -.. 

STATISTICS division 

J. Nixon Hadley ' 

LAW and PKOBATE DIVISION 



Theodore Hass-. 

Edward S. McMahon. 
Samuel J. Flickinger.. 
Arthur B. Melzner 



Administrative Branch 



Paul L. Fickingpr.. 
Leonard L. Nelson- 
Guy L. Williams. 



Register, Lakeview, Oreg 

Register, Roseburg, Oreg 

Register, The Dalles, Oreg 

Register, Pierre, S. Dak 

Register, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Register, Spokane, Wash 

Register, Buffalo, Wyo 

Register, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Register, Evanston, Wyo 



Chief Forester, Portland, Oreg. 



Chief 

Regional Conservationist, Portland, Oreg 

Regional Conservationist, Cheyenne, Wyo.._ 
Regional Conservationist, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 



Senior Forester, Anchorage, Alaska. 



Regional Field Examiner, Billings, Mont 

Regional Field Examiner, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Regional Field Examiner, Albuquerque, N. 

Mex. 
Regional Field Examiner, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Regional Field Examiner, Anchorage, Alaska. . 



Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 

Assistant Commissioner 

Field Representative 



Assistant Commissioner of Indian AfTairs. 

Chicago, III. 
Information Specialist. 

Chicago, TIL 
Statistician . 

Chicago, III. 



Chief Counsel 

Assistant Chief Counsel. 
... do 

Chief Probate Attorney. . 



Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
S. Dak. 
Utah... 
Wash.. 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 



Iowa. 



N. Y.... 
N. Mex. 
Utah... 



Alaska. 



Utah. 
Md.. 



2d. 



1st. 



5th... 
At L. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



6th.... 



5th... 
AtL. 

1st... 



2d.... 

6th... 



Minn. 
Mont. 



N. Mex. 
Mass 

N. Y.... 



Chicago, Til. 



Chief Administrative and Budget Officer 

Senior Administrative Analyst 

Chief, Budget and Operations Division 
(Assistant Budget Officer), 



111. 



Mo. 



111. 



N. Y... 
Conn.. 
N. J... 
Ill 



4th.... 



AtL. 
2d...- 



N. Mex. 

Ariz 

Ind 



10th. 



7th.... 



10th. 



21st.. 
3d... 
2d.... 
10th.. 



AtL. 
AtL. 



6,500 
4,600 
4,600 



8 On leave of absence for military purposes. 



145 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 










Administrative Branch— 
Continued 










FISCAL DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








Charles B. Emery 


Chief Fiscal Officer 


Pa 


15th 


$4, 600 


PERSONNEL DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








C. Earl Lamson 


Personnel Officer 


Oreg 




6,800 


MAILS AND FILES DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








Carl J. Wingate 


Chief 


Fla 


1st 


2,700 


Community Services 
Branch 


Chicago, III. 








Vacancy) 


Chief 








EDUCATION DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








Williard W. Beatty 


Chief Educationist . .. 


N. Y.... 

Minn... 
S. Dak.. 


24th... 
3d 

1st-.-- 


7,500 


Ole R. Sando 


Associate Director of Education 


5,600 


Percy W. Danielson 


do 


5,600 


HEALTH DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








Dr. Ralph B. Snavcly 


Director of Health, Actmg . 


D. C 




W 


Dr. Horace DeLien 


Associate Director of Health (Medical Officer). 
Hospital Admmistrator, At Large 


S. Dak.. 
Ill 


2d.-.. 


5,600 


Dr. George Q. VanDyke 

welfare DIVISION 


(') 


Chicago, III. 








Fred H. Daiker 


Director 


D. C 




5,000 


Engineering Branch 


Chicago, III. 








Albert L. Wathen 


Chief Engineer ... . . 


Calif.... 


16th ._ 


6,500 


CONSTRUCTION DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 




Edward A. Poynton 


Director 


D. C..._ 




6,000 


IRRIGATION DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








Ernest C. Fortier 


Director 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


6,000 


ROADS DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 








J. Maughs Brown 


Director 


Minn . 


Sth 


5,800 


Resources Branch 


Chicago, III. 








Walter V. Woehlke 


Chief, Indian Resources Branch 

Chicago, III. 


Calif.— 


16th... 


6,500 


EXTENSION DIVISION 




A. C. Coolcy 


Director 


Utah.-.. 
Utah.... 
Mont -. 


1st..-- 
1st--.. 


6,400 


Albert M. Huber 


Assistant Director 

Director of Credit 

Assistant Director of Credit 


4,600 


Charles R. Mountjoy . 


4,600 


Russell O. Fister 


Mont 




4,000 


LAND DIVISION 


Chicago. III. 








Harry M. Critehfield 


Director 


"S. Dak__ 

Nev 

^Ohio 


2d 

At L-- 
10th .. 


5,600 


Thralls W. Wheat 


Assistant Director _ .. 


4.400 


William D. Weekley 


Assistant to Director 


3,800 


S. M. C. 0. DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 


ii 






William J. Enderbee 


Director 


N. Y.-.- 
Ariz 


32d-..- 
AtL.. 


5,600 


Evan Florv 


Assistant Director 


4,600 



9 Salary paid by Public Health Service. The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health 
are the same as those of officers of the Army with whom they hold relative rank; see appendix of 
Register for Army pay table and relative ranks. 



Service 
Official 



146 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Resources Branch— Con. 

FORESTRY DIVISION 


Chicago, III. 


Oreg 

N.Y.._. 

Minn... 
Colo.... 

Nev 

Okla.... 

Mont _. 


2d 

40th-.. 

9th.... 

1st 

At L.. 

1st 


• 
$5, 800 




Senior Forester.. .. .. 


5,200 


Indian Field Service 
Mark L. Burns 


At Large 
Coordinator 


6,000 




Chief Special Officer 


4,400 




Accountant and Auditor.. 


4,400 


Charles B. Wilson 


Attorney (Special Legal Representative) 

At Large 

Supervisor of Indian Education (Stock Rais- 
ing and Dairying). 

At Large 

Supervisor of Health Education .. 


5,000 


EDUCATl'ON EMPLOYEES 

Joseph W. Wellington 

T5dna A. Gerken 


3,800 


Kans.... 
Ill 


6th. ... 


5,000 




Supervisor Indian Education 


4,600 




do 


Ohio 




4,600 


J Norman Spawn 


do -- .. 


N. C... 
Tenn... 
Mont... 
Minn... 

Ariz 

Pa. 

Okla.... 
Okla ... 


11th . 
1st.... 
2d..._ 
4th .. 
At L.. 
9th.... 
5th...- 


4,200 


Samuel H. Thompson 


do. 


5,000 


Rose K. Brandt 


Superintendent Indian Education 


5,000 


Alexander B. Caldwell . 


do 


4,600 


Richard M . Tismger 

Leslie Keller ... 

George C. Wells . 


do 

do 

do . - 


5,200 
4.600 
5,200 


Cleora C. Helbing 


Supervisor Education .. 


4.200 




Superintendent of Indian Schools 


S. Dak.. 

Ariz 

Minn... 
Cahf.... 
Utah ... 
Mont. .. 
Wash... 

Minn. .. 
Minn... 
Wash... 

Ariz 

Utah.... 
Utah.... 


1st.... 

AtL. 
5th.... 
2d..... 
2d..-_. 

2d 

5th. ... 

1st.... 
5th.... 
4th.-.- 
AtL.. 
2d 


5,400 


FORESTRY EMPLOYEES 

William H. Zeh » 


At Large 
Senior Forester 


5,000 


William Heritage 


Regional Forester 


5,0C0 


Thomas L. Carter 


do - - .- 


4,800 


Biehard B. Millin . ... .. 


. .do -. 


4,000 


Flovd H. Phillips 


do 


4,600 


Frank B. Lenzie 


do .. -. 


5,000 


EXTENSION EMPLOYEES 

Henrietta K. Burton .. ... 


At Large 
Supervisor of Home Extension Work ... 


5,000 


James W. Kauffman 


Supervisor of Extension Work 


4,600 


Milton A. Johnson 


do . - 


4,600 




. ..do . 


5,400 


Will R. Bolen 


do 


5,000 


John E. White 


do - .- -. 


4,600 


Donald H. Wattson 

Dover P. Trent. 


do 

do 


S. Dak.. 
Okla.... 


3d 


4,600 
5,400 


CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES 

Charles A. Leech 


At Large 
Supervising Construction Engineer 


Okla.... 

Wash... 
Okla...- 

Ariz 

Wash... 
Wis 


2d 

4th.... 
5th.... 
At L.. 
5th.... 
10th... 


5,000 


ROADS EMPLOYEES 

Pierce J. Van Alstyne 


At Largr; 
District Highway Engineer . 


4.200 


Lawrence C. Bernard 


do 


4,600 


Dewey J. Rierdon 


do . . ... 


4,800 


Harold J. Doolittle . 


do.... - . 


4,800 


Robert J. Trier 


..do 


4,800 


HEALTH EMPLOYEES 


At Large 

Medical Director (in charge of Trachoma Ac- 
tivities). 
Medical Director 




David W. Gillick. . 


Okla.... 


2d 


5,400 




do 




(Vacancy) 


do 




1 



' On leave of absence for military purposes. 



147 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Office oflndian Affairs— Con 

Indian Field Service— Con. 

HEALTH EMPLOYEES — COD. 



Donald J. Hunt.. 
James F. Worley. 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 



irrigation employees 



Clay H. Southworth. 

Wilburs. Hanna 

Thomas C. Guyn 



superintendents of 
■warehouses 



Frederick M. Haverland. 
Harry W. Camp 



superintendents of agen- 
cies, schools, hospitals 



FrealH. McBride...... 

Ralph M. Gelvin 

Myrthus W. Evans 

Clyde M. Blair 

Guy Hobgood 

G. Warren Spaulding. . 

Lawrence E. Correll 

Archie H. McMullen.. 

Clyde H. Gensler 

William Wade Head... 

Francis J. Scott-. 

Floyd E. MacSpadden. 

Warren L. O'Hara 

Emmett E. McNeilly.. 
Adrian M. Landman... 

Herman Bogard 

Coulsen C. Wright 

William Dormer 

Hiram N. Clark 

Christian H. Beitzel 

Carl W. Beck_.._ _ 

Fuhrman A. Asbury 

Olaf Nelson 

Earl Wooldridge.- 

Jesse C. Cavill 

Solon G. Ayers 

Owen M. Boggess 

Burton A. Ladd 

Arthur E. Stover ., 

Walter B. McCown 

Bert G. Courtright 

Daniel E. Murphy 

Robert D. Holtz 

John W. Dady 

James M . Stewart 

Charles H. Berry 

Archie M. Phinney 

Theodore B. Hall 

Lemuel A. Towers 

Arthur J. Wheeler 

Frances S. Cushman 

Herbert C. Calhoun 

Alambert E. Robinson. 

William O. Roberts 

James W. Balmer 

Harold E. Bruce. _ 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Medical Director, 

District Medical Director.. 

do ---- 

Special Physician (Tuberculosis) . 

At Large 

Assistant Director of Irrigation... 

District Engineer 

do 



Warehouse Purchasing Officer, Chicago, 111. 
Superintendent, San Francisco, Calif 



Superintendent, Browing, Mont - 

Superintendent, Stewart, Nev 

Superintendent, Chemawa, Oreg 

Superintendent, Cherokee, N. C 

Superintendent, Concho, Okla 

Superintendent, Cheyenne Agency, S. Dak... 

Superintendent, Chilocco, Okla 

Superintendent, Philadelphia, Miss 

Superintendent, Parker, Ariz — 

Superintendent, Nespelem, Wash 

Superintendent, Cass Lake, Minn _ 

Superintendent, Ignacio, Colo _ 

Superintendent, Crow Agency, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Thompson, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Muskogee, Okla 

Superintendent, Flandreau, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Dixon, Mont 

Superintendent, Whiteriver, Ariz 

Superintendent, Harlem, Mont 

Superintendent, Elbowoods, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Hall, Idaho 

Superintendent, Poplar, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Totten, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Salem, Oreg 

Superintendent, Ashland, Wis 

Superintendent, Lawrence, Kans 

Superintendent, Eureka, Calif. 

Superintendent, Keams Canyon, Ariz 

Superintendent, Dulce, N. Mex __ 

Superintendent, Anadarko, Okla 

Superintendent, Klamath Agency, Oreg 

Superintendent, Neopit, Wis 

Superintendent, Mescalero, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Riverside, Calif 

General Superintendent, Window Rock, Ariz_. 

Superintendent, Buffalo, N. Y 

Superintendent, Lapwai, Idaho. 

Superintendent, Pawhuska, Okla 

Superintendent, Pawnee, Okla _.- 

Superintendent and Physician, Phoenix, Ariz.. 

Superintendent, Phoenix, Ariz 

Superintendent, Pierre, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Sacaton, Ariz 

Superintendent, Pine Ridge, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Pipestone, Minn 

Superintendent, Horton, Kans. 



Legal residence 



State 



Kans 



Ariz 

Mont... 
Oreg.-.. 



Iowa 

Calif.... 



Kans 

Colo 

Utah.... 
N. C... 
Okla.... 

Kans 

Okla.__. 

Miss 

Ariz 

Okla.-.. 

Fla 

Mont... 

Ill 

Mont..- 
Okla-.-- 

Wis 

Utah...- 

Ariz 

Nebr--. 

Wis 

Nev 

Calif. -.- 
N. Dak. 

Oreg 

Wis 

Tex 

Calif.-.. 
N. Mex. 
N. Mex- 
Okla-... 

Oreg 

Okla.... 
Wyo.... 
Calif.... 

Mass 

N. Y — . 
Idaho. -- 

Ariz 

N. Mex. 
Ariz 



S. Dak.- 

Ariz 

S. Dak.. 
Minn... 
Kans 



Cong. 
Dist. 



4th..- 



AtL. 
2d...- 



7th. 



6th..-. 
1st.--. 



11th-. 
6th... 
2d...- 
8th... 
5th.-. 
AtL- 
ist... 
4th... 
1st... 



2d 

2d...- 

3d 

2d 

At L- 
3d.... 
8th... 
AtL. 



1st 

AtL.. 
At L.- 
6th..-- 

3d 

3d 

At L-. 
19th.-. 
6th-.-. 
43d..-. 



At L- 
At L. 
At L. 



ist- 
1st. 
2d.- 
7th. 
1st- 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



« Salary paid by Public Health Service. The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health 
are the same as those of officers of the Army with whom they hold relative rank; see appendix of 
Register for Army pay table and relative ranks. 



$5, 600 
5,800 
5,600 



3,800 
3,500 



4,800 
4,800 
3,800 
4,600 
4,200 
5,000 
5,000 
3,800 
4,600 
5,400 
5,000 
4,000 
5,400 
3,800 
6, 750 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
4,600 
3,500 
4,100 
4,800 
4,800 
3,800 
4,000 
4,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,400 
4,000 
4,200 
6.500 
3,800 
3,800 
4, 800 
4, 200 
5,200 
3,800 
4,600 
4,800 
5,800 
4,400 
3.800 

Service 
OlBcial 



654092 — 45- 



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148 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of Indian Affairs — Con. 
Indian Field Service— Con. 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF AGEN- 
CIES, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS 

— continued. 



Hervey A. Andrews. 

Tom C. White 

Carl L. Pearson 



Claude R. Whitlocls:. 

John G. Rockwell 

Ernest R. McCray... 
Paul J. Pauliny 



Moris S. Burgfi 

Kenneth A. Marmon_ 
Jack Brown 

Archie C. Hector 

Ralph M. Alleys 

Donald H. Biery 

Miro K. Mihran. 



Charles L. Ellis..-. 
Lorenz C. Lippert. 
Jesse H. Hendry... 



George P. La Vatta. 

Peru Farver 

Gordon Macgregor.. 

John O. Crow 

Fred A. Gross 

James D. Crawford. 

Forrest R. Stone 

Henry Roe Cloud... 
John G. Evans 



Sharon R. Mote 

Jasper W. Elliott 

Erastus J. Diehl 

Homer A. Mathiesen. 

Gabe E. Parker 

Luman W. ShotweU.. 



ALASKAN INDIAN SERVICE 

Don C. Foster 

Fred R. Oeeslin 



Edgar W. Norris. 
Ralph W. Mize.. 



Virgil R. Farrell II 

Geological Survey 



William E. Wrather. 

Thomas B. Nolan 

Julian D. Sears 

Ronne C. Shels6 

Fred Graflt, Jr. 

Arthur H. Frazier 

William H. Heers 

Mary K. Sumner 

Mary F. Bugbee 

Charles A. King 

John L. Ramsey 

Jule Andr6 



Superintendent, Miami, Okla. 

Superintendent, Red Lake, Minn 

Superintendent, Rocky Boy Route, Box 

Elder, Mont. 

Superintendent, Rosebud, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Sacramento, Calif 

Superintendent, San Carlos, Ariz 

Superintendent and Medical Officer, Tucson, 

Ariz. 

Superintendent, Sells, Ariz 

Superintendent, Fort Myers, Fla 

Superintendent, Tahlequah, Okla 

Superintendent, Shawnee, Okla 

Superintendent and Physician. 

Superintendent, Riverside, Calif 

Superintendent and Physician, Rapid City, 

S. Dak. 

Superintendent, Sisseton, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Yates, N. Dak 

Superintendent and Medical Officer, Tacoma, 

Wash. 

Superintendent, Hoquiam, Wash 

Superintendent, Green Bay, Wis 

Superintendent. Lame Deer, Mont 

Superintendent, Valentine, Ariz 

Superintendent, Tulalip, Wash ., 

Superintendent, Belcourt, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Duchesne, Utah 

Superintendent, Pendleton, Oreg 

General Superintendent, Albuquerque, N. 

Mex. 

Superintendent, Wahpeton, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Warm Springs, Oreg 

Superintendent, Owyhee, Nev 

Superintendent, Ft. Washakie, Wyo 

Superintendent, Winnebago, Nebr 

Superintendent, Toppenish, Wash 



Juneau, Alaska 

General Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent 



Okla.... 
Mont... 
Wyo.... 

S. Dak_. 
Minn... 

Ariz 

Pa 



1st... 
2d_... 
AtL. 



2d.... 
2d_... 
AtL. 



N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
Okla.... 
Okla.... 
Idaho... 
Calif.... 
Ajiz 



Calif... 
S. Dak. 
Ga 



2d.... 
4th... 
1st... 
19th.. 
AtL. 

19th.. 
1st.-. 
2d.... 



Idaho... 

Wis 

Hawaii.. 
Okla.-.. 
Idaho... 
N. Mex. 
Wyo.... 
Kans.... 
Maine.. 



2d- 



AtL. 
5th... 



Kans 

Oreg 

Idaho... 
Oreg 

Nebr 

Mont... 



N. Mex, 
N. Mex. 



3d.. 
3d.. 
1st. 



AtL. 
AtL. 



Medical Director 

Construction Engineer . 



Director of Education- 



Alaska- 
S. Dak. 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Administrative Geologist 

Chief Clerk 

Chief, Division of Map Reproduction. 
Chief, Division of Field Equipment... 

Librarian 

C hief Illustrator 

Editor 

Personnel Officer 

Budget Officer 

Chief, Division of Distribution 



Tex 

Conn 

Md 

D. C.-_- 
N. Y— - 

Wis 

Wash--- 

Mich 

D. C--. 
D. C— - 
Tenn..- 
D. C.-- 



5th. 
3d.. 
4th. 



33d...- 



4th. 
5th- 



8 On leave of absence for military purposes. 

» Salary paid by Public Health Service. The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service 
are the same as those of officers of the Army with whom they hold relative rank; see appendix of Official 
Register for Army pay table and relative ranks. 

'" Basic salary plus Alaska ditlerenlial. 

n Assigned as Acting Director of Natives Resources. 



149 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Geological Survey — Con. 
Alaskan Branch 



Philip S. Smith. 
John C. Reed... 



Conservation Branch 



Harold J. Duncan, 
John D. Northrop. 



Benjamin E. Jones. _- 

Howard I. Smith 

Vacancy 

Johnson B. Mitchell. 



Benjamin D. Stewart. 
John Charles MUler... 



Harold G. Barton 

Ben H. Murphy 

Carroll E. Dobbin 

Julius J. Bourquin 

William C. G. Senkpiel. 

Joseph R. Lerwill 

Charles E. Erdmann 



Robeson H. Allport. 
LeRoy G. Snow 



Joe D. Turner.. 
JoeD. Turner.. 
John R. Reeve. 



Lester L. Bryan 

Bert W.Dyer 

Arthur Johnson 

Ernest A. Hanson 

Geologic Branch 



Wilmot H. Bradley 

Joe Webb Peoples 

Gerald F. I^ouRhlin 

Donnel F. Hewett 

Harold W. Bannerman. 



William W. Rubey. 



Hugh D. Miser 

Charles B. Hunt 

Charles F. Park, Jr... 
Edwin T. McKnight. 



Josiah Bridge. 



Edwin B. Eckel 

Robert A. Laurence. 



Waldemar T. Schaller. 

Clarence S. Ross 

John B. Reeside, Jr 



John V. N. Dorr, II. 



Chief Alaskan Geologist 

Assistant Chief Alaskan Geologist- 



Mass 

N.J..... 



Chief, Conservation Branch 

Assistant Chief, Conservation Branch, Acting 
Chief, Mineral Classification Division. 

Chief, Water and Power Division.- 

Chief, Mining Division 

Chief, Oil and Gas Division 

Supervisor, Oil and Gas Operations, Eastern 
Region. 

District Mining Supervisor, Juneau, Alaska. 

Geologist in Charge, Mineral Classification 
Division, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Supervisor, Oil and Gas Operations, California 
Region, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Deputy Supervisor, Oil and Gas Operations, 
California Region, Taft, Calif. 

Geologist in Charge, Mineral Classification 
Division, Denver, Colo. 

District Mining Supervisor, Mining Divi- 
sion, Denver, Colo. 

Engineer in Charge, Water and Power Divi- 
sion, Denver, Colo. 

District Mining Supervisor, Billings, Mont.. 

Goologist in Charge, Mineral Classification 
Division, Great Falls, Mont. 

District Mining Supervisor, Carlsbad, N. Mex. 

Supervisor, Oil and Gas Operations, South- 
western Region, Roswcll, N. Mex. 

District Mining Supervisor, McAlester, Okla.. 

District Mming Supervisor, Miami, Okla.. 

Supervisor, Oil and Gas Operations, Mid- 
Continent Region, Tulsa, Okla. 

Engineer in Charge, Water and Power Divi- 
sion, Portland, Oreg. 

District Mining Supervisor, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Engineer in Charge, Water and Power Divi- 
sion, Tacoma, Wash. 

Supervisor, Oil and Gas Operations, North- 
western Region, Casper, Wyo. 



Chief Geologist 

Assistant Chief Geologist 

Special Scientist... 

Staff Geologist 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, Division of Eco- 
nomic Geology. 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, Division of Areal 
and Basic Sciences. 

Geologist in Charge, Geology of Fuels 

Geologist in Charge, Military Geology 

Geologist in Charge, Metalliferous Deposits. . . 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, Metalliferous 
Deposits. 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, Nonmetalliferous 
Deposits. 

Geologist in Charge, Engineering Geology 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, Engineering 
Geology. 

Geoehemist in Charge, Chemistry and Physics. 

Geologist in Charge, Petrology 

Geologist in Charge, Paleontology and Stra- 
tigraphy. 

Executive Chairman, Committee for Coop- 
jt. erative Investigations Abroad. 



Tex.. 
N. Y. 



Pa... 
Colo. 



8th. 
4th. 



6th.. 
35th. 



25th _ 
1st.. 



♦Pa. 



Alaska. 
Colo... 

Calif... 

Okla.._ 

Maine. 

W. Va. 

Mich_._ 

Utah... 
Minn_. 



Tex.. 
Wyo. 



Ala.... 
Ala... 
Okla.. 



Tex 

Mont... 
N. Dak. 
Wyo_... 



Conn... 
Conn... 

Mass 

Conn... 
N. H.._- 


3d 

"5th""" 
3d..... 
2d..... 


Mo 


2d..... 


Ark 




N. Y 




Ariz 

Wash... 


At L._ 


Mo 




Ariz 

Ohio 


1st..-. 


Calif.. __ 

111 

Md 


5th_... 
19th... 
4th...- 


N. Y.... 





1st--- 

21st.. 

5th-- 

4th-.- 

1st... 

8th..- 

1st... 
5th... 

14th.- 



1st.- 
12th- 
1st-. 
1st-- 
1st-- 



$7,000 
5,600 



6,500 
6,400 



5,800 
6,200 



5,600 

12 136, 500 
5,200 

5,600 

4,600 

5,400 

5,200 

4,200 

4.600 
4,600 

5,400 
5,600 

4,600 



6,000 
4,800 
5,400 
4,200 
6,000 



6,500 
5,600 
7,000 
6,500 
5,600 

5,800 

6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
4,800 

5,000 

5,600 
4,600 

5,800 
5,800 
6,000 

4,600 



'2 Plus 25 percent differential for Alaska. 
" When actually employed basis. 



150 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Geological Survey — Con. 

Geologic Branch— Continued 

Frank C. Armstrong 

Arthur R. Kinkel 

Albert E. Weissenborn 

Robert A. Laurence 

Lewis B. Pusey 

Topographic Branch 

Thomas P. Pendleton 

John G. Staack 

Ronald M. Wilson 

Rufus H. Sargent -. 

Oscar H. Nelson ' 

Charles H. Davey 

Albert Pike 

Carl L. Sadler 

Conrad A. Ecklund 

Joe K. Bailey 

Russell K. Bean 

Water Resources Branch 

Glenn L. Parker 

Carl G. Paulsen 

Rudolph O. Kasel 

Oscar E. Meinzer 

WUliam D. Collins 

Royal W. Davenport 

Clayton H. Hardison 

Charles W. Carlston 

John H. Gardiner 

Samuel F. Turner 

John L. Saunders 

Joseph F. Poland 

Harold V. Peterson 

Harlowe M. Stafford 

Jarrett Oliver 

Harry D. McGIashan 

Joseph E. Upson 

Robert Follansbee. .-. 

Burke L. Bigwood 

Gerald G. Parker 

George E. Ferguson 

Hilton H. Cooper, Jr 

Medford T. Thomson 

Thomas R. Newell 

Lynn Crandall 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Geologist, Acting in Charge, Spokane, Wash.. 
Geologist, Acting in Charge, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, Rolla, Mo 

Geologist, Acting in Charge, College Park, 

Md. 
Geologic Cartographer 

Chief Topographic Engineer 

Assistant Chief Topographic Engineer 

Chief, Computing Section 

Chief, Section of Inspection and Editing 

Chief, Cartographic Section 

Chief, Section of Photo-Mapping 

Engineer in Charge, Atlantic Division 

Engineer in Charge, Central Division, Rolla, 

Mo. 
Engineer in Charge, Pacific Division, Sacra- 
mento, Calif. 

Engineer in Charge, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Engineer in Charge, Clarendon, Va 

Chief Hydraulic Engineer 

Assistant Chief Hydraulic Engineer 

Chief, Division of Surface Water... 

Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water. 
Chemist in Charge, Division of Quality of 

Water. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Water Utili- 
zation. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, Montgomery, Ala. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Tucson, Ariz. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Tucson, Ariz. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Fort Smith, Ark. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Long Beach, Calif. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Water Util- 
ization, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, San Bernardino, Calif. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Santa Barbara, Calif. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Denver, Colo. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Hartford, Conn. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Miami, Fla. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Ocala, Fla. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Tallahassee, Fla. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Boise, Idaho. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Idaho Falls, Idaho. 



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N. Y. 

Kans- 



N. J.. 
Ohio. 



D. C. 



Calif... 
Wis.-.. 
Oreg... 
Maine. 
Wis--._ 
N. Y... 
Ark.... 
Ark.... 



111. 



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Wash. 
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Mo... 
Ill 



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Wash.. 

Ariz 

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Colo... 

Vt 

Wash.. 
Minn.. 

Fla 

N. Y .- 
Idaho . 
Idaho.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st.. 
3d..- 
2d... 
3d... 
3d— 
34th. 
5th-. 
5th,- 

1st-. 

6th,. 
3d-.. 



3d--- 
2d-.. 
9th.. 
2d... 



6th... 
3d—. 



2d... 
10th. 
8th.. 



8th... 
3d— - 
35th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
AtL. 
6th.-- 
3d.-.. 



39th. 
2d... 
2d.- 



151 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Geological Survey — Con 

Water Resources Branch- 
Continued 

J. Holloway Morgan 

DonM. Corbett 

FredH. Knaer, Jr.. 

Laurence C . Crawford 

H. Garland Hershey 

Stanley W. Lehman 

Jacob B. Spiegel 

Joseph V. B. Wells. 

William F. Guyton. 

Paul H. Jones 

Edward B. Rice... - 

M. Reginald Stackpole 

Robert R. Bennett 

Vernal R. Bennion _. 

Harvey B . Kinnison 

Arlington D. Ash 

Wilbur T. Stuart 

Paul R. Speer 

Ir ving E . Anderson 

Henry C. Beckman 

John W. Odell 

AlonzoH. Tuttle 

Douglas D. Lewis ,. 

Herbert A. Waite --. 

Henry C. Barksdale 

Oliver W. Hartwell 

Charles S. Howard 

Charles V. Theis 

Berkeley Johnson 

Arthur W. Harrington 

Floyd F. LaFever 

Charles E. Knox 

Maurice L. Brashears, Jr.. 

William R. Eaton... 

Edwin D. Burchard 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Urbana, 111. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, Indianapolis, Ind. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Iowa City, Iowa. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground Water, 

Lawrence, Kans. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Topeka, Kans. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Louisville, Ky. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Baton Rouge, La. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Baton Rouge, La. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Augusta, Maine. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Baltimore, Md. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

College Park, Md. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Boston, Mass. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, Lansing, Mich. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Lansing, Mich. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, Jack.son, Miss. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Rolla, Mo. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, St. Louis, Mo. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Helena, Mont. 
Acting District Engineer, Division of Surface 

Water, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Trenton, N. J. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Trenton, N. J. 
Chemist, Division of Quality of Water, Albu- 
querque, N. Me.x. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Santa Fe, N. Mex. 
District Engineer, Divisibn of Surface Water, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Ellenville, N. Y. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface 

Water, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Asheville, N. C. 
District Enginer, Division of Surface Water, 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y... 

Utah.... 

Pa 

Ind 

Iowa 

Calif.... 
Mich..-. 
N. Y.... 

Miss 

Mich 

Tex 

Maine.. 
Nebr.... 
Wyo.... 

Tex 

Mich 

Colo.... 

Pa 

Minn... 

Ill 

N. Dak. 

Wis 

Nebr... 
Nebr... 

Va 

Pa 

Mass... 
Ohio... 
Idaho.. 
N. Y... 
lowa. . . 
Minn.. 
Mass... 
Mo.... 
Iowa... 



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Dist. 



7th. 
1st. 
1st. 
6th. 



nth... 



10th.. 
1st... 

1st... 



10th. 
15th. 



24th. 
4th.. 
6th.. 



3d... 
4th.. 
1st.. 
7th.. 
18th. 
3d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
24th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



12th. 
7th.. 
7th.. 



$4,800 
4,600 
3,300 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 
3,200 
2,600 
4,000 
4,600 
3,300 
3,400 
5,400 
3,300 
3,200 
4,600 
3,500 
5,800 
3,200 
5,000 
3.800 
3,300 
4,000 
5,400 
4,800 
4,600 
5,200 
5,600 
3,300 
3,500 
3,300 
3,800 
5,000 



152 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Geological Survey— Con. 

Water Resources Branch— 
Continued 

William L. Lamar 

Maurice J. MundorS 


Chemist in Charge, Division of Quality of 

Water, Raleigh, N. C. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Raleigh, N. C. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Bismarck, N. Dak. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Engineer in Charge, Divisionof Ground Water, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

New Philadelphia, Ohio. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Norman, Okla. 
Engineer in Charge, Divisionof Surface Water, 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Portland, Oreg. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Portland, Oreg. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Columbia, S. C. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Pierre, S. Dak. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Memphis, Tenn. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Honolulu, T. H. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Honolulu, T. H. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Austin, Tex. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Austin, Tex. 
Chemist in Charge, Division of Quality of 

Water, Austin, Tex. 
Engineer in Charge, Division of Surface Water, 

Logan, Utah. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Hydraulic Engineer, Division of Water Utili- 
zation, Salt La^e City, Utah. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Charlottesville, Va. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Charlottesville, Va. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Tacoma, Wash. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Charleston, W. Va. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Morgantown, W. Va. 
District Engineer, Division of Surface Water, 

Madison, Wis. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water, Cheyenne, Wyo. 


Md 

Ohio.... 
S. Dak.. 
Minn... 
Minn.._ 

111 

Mich 

Colo..-. 
N. Y.-.- 
N. H-- 

Oreg 

Idaho... 
N. Y.-- 

lowa 

Colo 


Sth.... 

2d 

3d 

7th-... 
1st...- 
7th...- 
1st.... 
2d-.... 
2d-... 

2d 

1st-... 
7th.... 
26th-.- 
1st.... 


$3,600 
2,700 


Ralph E. Marsh 


3,800 


Arthur L. Greenlee 

C . Vernon Youngquist 

Edward J. Schaefer 

EarlH. Curtis... 

Edward J. Tripp 

Edwin W. Reed 


2,600 
4,800 
3,200 
3,100 
3,400 
3,200 


Frank C, Amps 


3,500 


George H. Canfleld _-_ 


5,400 


Arthur M. Piper 


4,800 


Tohn W. MfiTigan 


5,200 


Jack B. Graham 


2,700 


Fay N. Hansen 


3,800 


Albert E. Johnson 


Coim... 
Tex 


1st-... 


4,800 


William M. Littlefield . 


3,400 


Franks M, Bell 


N. C... 

Ga 

N. Y.... 

Calif.... 
Conn... 

Tex 

CaUf.... 

Ariz 

Idaho.. - 
Utah.... 
Utah.... 
Utah.... 
Conn.-. 
N. Y.... 
Idaho... 
S. Dak.. 

Kans 

Wis 


6th-... 
5th.... 
6th.... 
8th.... 
2d..... 
10th... 
8th-..- 
AtL.. 

1st 

2d 

2d 

2d 

25th... 
7th.... 

2d 

2d 


4,800 


Archibald 0. Patterson 

Raphel G. Kazman 


3,500 
2,700 


Max H. Carson 


» 6, 750 


Harold T. Stearns 


i< 6, 50C 


Clarence E. Ellsworth 

Walter N. White 


5,40C 

5,600 


Warren W. Hastings 


3,200 


William V. loms 


3,80C 


P. F.Idnn Dennis 


3,200 


Milton T. Wilson.. 


4,60C 


Ralf R. Woolley 


5,000 


Dagfln J. Cederstrom 

Donald S. Wallace 


3,80C 
4,80C 


Fred M. Veatch 


5,000 


Harlan M. Erskine .-. 


4,000 


Russell M. Jeffords 


2,60C 


Fritz C. Christopherson 

Arthur M. Morgan 


4,20C 


Wyo 


At L.. 


3,30C 



I* Plus differential for service in Hawaii. 



153 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of Reclamation 



Harry W. Bashore 

William E. Warne 

Kenneth Markwell.__ 

Goodrich W. Lineweaver. 

Clifford E. Fix 

John Q. WilL.._ 

Robert V. L. Wright 

John W. Dixon 

German S. Ellsworth 

Barrow Lyons 

Oscar J. Buttedahl 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner, 
do 



Assistant to the Commissioner 

Chief Counsel 

Assistant Chief Counsel 

Consulting Engineer (Power) 

Engineering Assistant to the Commissioner. 

Assistant to the Commissioner 

Chief Information Officer 

Assistant Chief Information Officer. 



Nebr... 
Calif.... 
Tenn.-.. 

Va 

Idaho... 



Branch of Design and 
Construction 

Walker R. Young 

William H. Nalder 

Leslie N. McClellan 

Branch of Power Utilization 

Harvey F. McPhail 

Ellery R. Fosdick 

Branch of Operation and 
Maintenance 



Eugene D. Eaton _. 

Branch of Project Planning 
John R. Riter 



Chief Engineer and Director of Branch of 
Design and Construction, Denver, Colo. 

Chief Designing Engineer, Denver, Colo 

Chief Electrical Engineer, Denver, Colo 

Director, Denver, Colo 

Assistant Director, Denver, Colo 



Director, Denver, Colo. 



-do. 



Office of the Director of 
Finance 

William F. Kubach 

Leonard J. Moran 



.do. 



Finance Officer, Denver, Colo. 



Ill 

111 

Utah.... 
N. Y... 
N. Dak, 



Colo. 



Colo. 
Colo. 



Colo.. 
Wash. 



N. Mex. 



Colo. 



Ohio. 
Colo.. 



Office of the Chief Personnel 
Officer 



Glerm D. Thompson. 
Keith W. DeMarcus. 



Field Legal 
Herbert J. S. Devries. 



Chief Personnel Officer, Denver, Colo 

Assistant Chief Personnel Officer, Denver, 
Colo. 



General Field Counsel, Denver, Colo. 



Md.. 
Colo- 



N. Mex. 



Regional and Project 
Offices 

Region No. 1 

Frank A. Banks 

Robert J. Newell 

Howard R. Stinson 

Herman F. Bahmeier _. 

Clyde H. Spencer 

Stanlev R. Marean 

Thomas R. Smith 

Paul A . Jones. 

I. Donald Jerman 

Louis B. Ackerman 

Charles C. Ketchum 

David E. Ball 

Harold T. Nelson.. 

Region No. Z 

Charles E. Carey ^ 

Robert S. Calland 



Regional Director, Boise, Idaho, and Super- 
vising Engineer, Coulee Dam, Wash. 

Assistant Regional Director, Boise, Idaho 

Regional Counsel, Boise, Idaho 

Construction Engineer, Auder.son Dam, Idaho 

Construction Engineer, Bend, Oreg... 

Superintendent, Burley. Idaho 

Construction Engineer, Hamilton, Mont 

Project Engineer, Kalispell, Mont 

Project Engineer, Idaho Falls, Idaho. 

Construction Engineer, Coeurd'Alene, Idaho. 

Superintendent, Vale, Oreg 

Superintendent, Yakima, Wash. 

Construction Engineer, Yakima, Wash 

Regional Director, Sacramento, Calif. 

Assistant Regional Director, Sacramento, 
Calif. 



Wash. 
Idaho. 



Oreg 

Wash... 



20th. 
lOth. 
2d... 
1st.. 



10th. 
14th. 
2d..- 



AtL. 



1st. 
1st- 



1st... 
5th_.. 



AtL.. 



1st-... 



13th- 
1st.. 



6th. 
1st. 



AtL.. 



Idaho... 


2d 


Idaho... 


2d 


Wash... 


1st 


Calif.... 


7th---. 


Mo 


9th --- 


Nev 


AtL-- 


Oreg 


2d-... 


Mont... 




Utah.... 


2d 


Nev 


AtL.. 


Idaho... 


2d 



4th. 
1st. 



1st... 
4th... 



$10, 000 
8,000 
8,250 
6,500 
8,000 
6,200 
7,500 
6,500 
5,800 
5,600 
4,600 



8,750 



8,500 
8,250 



8,000 
6,500 



6,500 



8,000 



8,000 
6,500 



5,600 
3,800 



6,500 



8,000 

6,750 
6,500 
5, 800 
5,600 
4,000 
4,800 
5,600 
4,600 
3,800 
5,000 
4,800 
4,600 



8,000 
6,500 



154 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Bnrean of Reclamation — 

Continued 

Regional and Project 
Offices— Continued 

Region No. 2— Continued 

Roy B. Williams 


Construction Engineer, Friant, Calif 


Mont... 

Nebr 

Oreg 

Calif.... 
Oreg.. 


2d 

6th_... 

2d 

1st 


$7, 500 


Oscar O. Boden 


Construction Engineer, Antioch, Calif ... 


6,000 


Ralph Lowry 


Construction Engineer, Redding, Calif 


7,500 


Earl R. Asdell . 


Superintendent, Orland, Calif 


3,200 


Edward L. Stephens 


Superintendent, Klamath Falls, Oreg. . 


4,600 


Region No. S 
Ernest A. Moritz 


Regional Director, Boulder City, Nev 


Ill 

Colo.... 

Calif.... 
Calif 


23d.... 
1st 

6th.... 


8,000 


Louis R. Douglass . 


Assistant Regional Director, Boulder City, 

Nev. 
Regional Counsel, Los Angeles, Calif 


6,500 


Richard J. Coffey 


6,500 


Carlo P. Christensen 


Director of Power, Boulder City, Nev 


6,500 


John K. Rohrer (Acting) . . 


Construction Engineer, Yuma, Ariz . . 


Mo 




5,600 


Samuel A. McWilliams 

Walter A. Boettcher (Acting) 


Con.struction Engineer, Parker Dam, Calif 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz 


Calif.... 
Wash... 

Utah.... 

Colo 

Utah.. 
Utah... 

Colo 

Ariz 

Colo.... 
N. Mex. 
Idaho... 
Wyo.... 
Idaho... 
N. Mex. 

Tex 

Colo.... 

Miss. 


14th... 

2d 

4th.... 
2d .... 
1st.... 
4th.... 
AtL.. 

4th.... 
At L.. 

2d 

AtL.. 

2d 

AtL.. 
16th_.. 
1st 


5, SCO 
3, SCO 


Region No. 4 
Ernest 0. Larson 


Regional Director, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Consulting Attorney, Salt Lake City, Utah 

District Counsel, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Construction Engineer, Price, Utah .. 


6,500 


James R . Alexander 


6,000 


John S. McMaster 

Parley R. Neeley 


5,600 
4,600 


Theodore L. Sundquist 


Superintendent, Grand Junction, Colo 


3,800 


Albert W. Bain bridge... 

Region No. 5 
Wesley R. Nelson 


Resident Engineer, Mancos, Colo 

Regional Director, Amarillo, Tex 


4,000 
6,500 


Albert N. Thompson 

Spencer L. Baird 


Assistant Regional Director, Amarillo, Tex 

District Counsel, Amarillo, Tex 


5,600 
6,000 


Howard E. Bobbins 


Construction Engineer, Altus, Okla . . . 


5,600 


John L. Newell 


Project Engineer, Balmorhea, Tex 


3,800 


Lewis E. Foster 

Lawrence R. Fiock 


Superintendent, Carlsbad, N. Mex 

Superintendent, El Paso, Tex 


4,600 
5,400 


John 11. Sherwin 

Don M. Forester. 


Superintendent (Power), Elephant Butte, N. 

Mex. 
Project Engineer, Monte Vista, Colo 


4,200 
5,600 


Harold W. Mutch 

Region No. 6 
Harold D. Comstock 


Construction Engineer, Tucumcari.N.Mex... 
Regional Director, Billings, Mont 


Idaho... 

Wyo.... 
Idaho... 

Colo 

Wash... 

Wis 

Ariz 

Colo 


2d 

AtL.. 

2d 

1st 

4th.... 

3d 

AtL.. 


4,600 
8,000 


William Q. Sloan... 


■Assistant Regional Director, Billings, Mont 

Regional Counsel, Billings, Mont. 


6,500 


William J. Burke... 


6,500 


Dominick L. Carmody 


Superintendent, Riverton, Wyo 


4,000 


Frederick C. Youngblutt 


Superintendent, Newell, S. Dak 


4,400 


Allen Mattison . 


Engineer, Fort Peck, Mont 


4,600 


Wade L. McClure (Acting) 


Construction Engineer, Terry, Mont 


3.200 


Harold W. Genger 


Superintendent, Malta, Mont 

Construction Engineer, Rapid City, S. Dak... 

Superintendent, Powell, Wyo 

Construction Engineer, Cody, Wyo 

Superintendent, Fairfield, Mont 

Regional Director, Denver, Colo 

Assistant Regional Director, Denver, Colo 

Project Engineer, Estes Park, Colo. 

Construction Engineer, Casper, Wyo 

Construction Engineer, Hemingford, Nebr 

Superintendent of Power, Guernsey, Wyo 


Mont... 

Wyo 

Nebr.... 
Wyo.... 
Mont... 

Colo 

Nebr 


1st.... 
AtL.. 
6th.... 
AtL.. 
2d 

1st.... 


3,900 


Horace V. Hubbell 


5,000 


Lloyd J. Windle . 


3,400 


Walter F. Kemp... 

Charles L. Bailey 


5,200 
4,000 


Region No. 7 

Erdman B. Debler 

Avery A. Batson . . 


8,000 
6,500 


Cleves H. Howell 

Irvin J. Matthews. 


Colo 

Wyo..-. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho. ; 


2d 

AtL.. 

1st 

2d 


6,750 
5,400 


Denton J. Paul 

Claude F. Qleason 


4,800 
5,S00 



155 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



National Park Service 

Director's Office 

Newton B. Drury 

Arthur E. Demaray 

Hillory A. Tolson 

Jackson E. Price... 

Oliver O. Taylor 

Arthur W. Burney 

John D. Coffman 

Herbert E. Kahler 

Conrad L. Wirth 

Carl P. Russell... 

Thomas C. Vint 

Regional Offices 

Thomas J. Allen 

Lawrence C . Merriam 

Miner R. Tillotson 

Owen A. Tomlinson 

National Parks 

Benjamin L. Hadley 

Ross A. Maxwell 

Thomas Boles 

Ernest P. Leavitt... 

John W. Emmert.. 

Harold C. Bryant 

Paul R. Franke. 

Blair A. Ross 

Edward G. Wingate 

Donald S. Libbey 

George F. Baggley 

James V. Lloyd 

R. Taylor Hoskins 

Jesse L. Nusbaum 

Grant H. Pearson.. 

John C. Preston 

Preston P. Macy... 

Thomas C. Miller 

John E. Doerr 

John R. White 

Edward D. Freeland 

Harry J. Liek 

Edmund B. Rogers 

Frank A. Kittredge 

Charles J. Smith 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director, Chicago 54, 111 

Associate Director, Washington 25, D. C 

Assistant Director, Chicago 54, 111 

Chief Counsel, Chicago 54, 111 

Supervisor of Concessions, Chicago 54, 111. 

Chief Engineer, Chicago 54, lU 

Chief Forester, Chicago 54, 111 

Chief Historian, Chicago 54, 111 

Chief of Lands, Chicago 54, 111 

Chief Naturalist, Chicago 54, 111 

Chief Landscape Architect, Chicago 54, 111 



Regional Director, Region One, The Mosque, 

Laurel and Main Sts., Richmond 20, Va. 
Regional Director, Region Two, Keeline 

Building, Omaha 2, Nebr. 
Regional Director, Region Three, Box 1728, 

Santa Fe, N. Mex. 
Regional Director, Region Four, COI Sheldon 

Bldg., San Francisco 5, Calif. 



Superintendent, Acadia National Park, Bar 

Harbor, Maine. 
Superintendent, Big Bend National Park, 

Marathon, Tex. 
Superintendent, Carlsbad Caverns National 

Park, Carlsbad, N. Mex. 
Superintendent, Crater Lake National Park, 

Box 672, Medford, Oreg. 
Superintendent, Glacier National Park, Bel- 
ton, Mont. 
Superintendent, Grand Canyon National 

Park, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 
Superintendent, Grand Teton National Park, 

Moose, Teton County, Wyo. 
Superintendent, Great Smoky Mountains 

National Park, GatMnburg, Tenn. 
Superintendent, Hawaii National Park, Ha- 
waii, T. H. 
Superintendent, Hot Springs National Park, 

Ark. 
Superintendent, Isle Royale National Park, 

87 North Ripley St., Houghton, Mich. 
Superintendent, Lassen Volcanic National 

Park, Mineral, Calif. 
Superintendent, Mammoth Cave National 

Park, Mammoth Cave, Ky. 
Superintendent, Mesa Verde National Park, 

Colo. 
Superintendent, Mount McKinley National 

Park, McKinley Park, Alaska. 
Superintendent, Mount Rainier National 

Park, Longmire, Wash. 
Superintendent, Olympic National Park, Port 

Angeles, Wash. 
Superintendent, Piatt National Park, Sulphur, 

Okla. 
Superintendent, Rocky Mountain National 

Park, Estes Park, Colo. 
Superintendent, Sequoia-Kings Canyon Na- 
tional Parks, Sequoia National Park, Calif. 
Superintendent, Shenandoah National Park, 

Luray, Va. 
Superintendent, Wind Cave National Park, 

Hot Springs, S. Dak. 
Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park, 

Yellowstone Park, Wyo. 
Superintendent, Yosemite National Park, 

Calif. 
Superintendent, Zion and Bryce Canyon Na- 
tional Parks, Springdale, Utah. 



Legal residence 



State 



Calif... 
Minn 

Iowa 

Va. 

Calif.... 
Idaho... 
Calif-... 

Fla 

Minn... 
Calif-... 
Calif.... 



Colo.... 
Calif... 

Ariz 

Wash . . 



Maine.. 
N. Mex. 
N. Mex- 
CaUf.... 
CaUf.-.- 
Calif.... 
Utah ... 
Term... 
T. H.... 

Oreg 

Colo.... 
Calif.... 

Va 

N. Mex. 
Alaska.. 

Colo 

Wash... 
N. Mex. 
N. Dak- 
Calif.... 
CaUf.... 
Mont . . . 

Colo 

Calif.... 
Mont... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



7th 
3d. 
2d. 
7th 
2d. 
1st. 
6th 
5th 
5th 
7th 
4th 



2d.-. 
7th... 
At L. 
2d..-- 



3d.... 
At L. 
At L. 
2d._.. 
2d.... 
7th... 



9th. 



1st... 
2d—., 
2d.... 
1st... 
AtL. 
4th.... 
2d..... 
2d..... 
AtL.. 
At L.. 
8th.... 

2d 

2d 

1st.... 
7th.... 
2d 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$9, 000 
7,500 
6,400 
5,800 
6,200 
5,600 
6,200 
5.600 
6,400 
6,000 
6,400 



6,200 
6,000 
6,200 
5,800 

3,800 
3,800 
4,400 
4,400 
4.600 
6,000 
4,600 
4,600 
5,750 
5,400 
4,200 
4,600 
4,000 
5,200 
3,125 
4,800 
4,800 
3,200 
4,800 
5,600 
4,800 
4,000 
6,400 
6,000 
4,000 



156 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


National Park Service— Con. 

National Historical Parks 
John M. CisselL. 


Custodian, Abraham Lincoln National His- 
torical Park, Hodgenville, Ky. 

Custodian, Chalmette National Historical 
Park, Chalmette, La. 

Superintendent, Colonial National Historical 
Park, Yorktown, Va. 

Superintendent, Morristown National His- 
torical Park, Box 759, Morristown, N. J. 

Superintendent, Saratoga National Historical 
Park, Stillwater, N. Y. 

Superintendent, Chickamauga-Chattanooga 
National Military Park, Fort Oglethorpe, 
Ga. 

Superintendent, Fort Donelson National Mil- 
itary Park, Dover, Tenn. 

Superintendent, Fredericksburg and Spotsyl- 
vania County Battlefields Memorial Na- 
tional Military Park, Box 357, Fredericks- 
burg, Va. 

Superintendent, Gettysburg National Mili- 
tary Park, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Custodian, Guilford Courthouse National 
Military Park, Greensboro, N. C. 

Custodian, Kings Mountain National Mili- 
tary Park, Kings Creek, S. C. 

Custodian, Moores Creek National Military 
Park, Currie, N. C. 

Superintendent, Petersburg National Mili- 
tary Park, Petersburg, Va. 

Superintendent, Shiloh National Military 
Park, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. 

Superintendent, Vicksburg National Military 
Park, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Custodian, Kennesaw Mountain National 

Battlefield Park, Marietta, Ga. 
Custodian, Richmond National Battlefield 

Park, Richmond, Va. 

Coordinating Custodian, Fort Raleigh Na- 
tional Historic Site, Kill Devil Hills. N. C... 

Superintendent, Hopewell Village National 
Historic Site, Birdsboro, Pa. 

Superintendent, Jefferson National Expan- 
sion Memorial, Old Cotu:thouse,415 Market 
St., St. Louis 2, Mo. 

Custodian, Manassas National Battlefield 
Park, Manassas, Va. 

Superintendent, Salem Maritime National 
Historic Site, Custom House, Derby St., 
Salem, Mass. 

Superintendent, Vanderbilt Mansion Na- 
tional Historic Site, Hyde Park, N. Y. 

Custodian, Andrew Johnson National Monu- 
ment, Greenville, Tenn. 

Custodian, Appomattox Courthouse National 
Historical Monument, Box 28, Appomattox, 
Va. 

Custodian, Arches National Monument, 
Moab, Utah. 

Custodian, Aztec Ruins National Monument, 
Aztec, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Badlands National Monument, 
Interior, S. Dak. 


Ky 

Ala 

Va 

111 

Calif.. -- 

N. C-... 

Tenn... 
Va 

Pa 

N.J 

Ky 

Va 

Va 

Tenn.... 
Pa 

Va 

Va 

N. C... 

Ill 

Mo 

S. Dak.. 
Tenn.... 

Maine . . 


4th.... 

2d 

3d 

19th.- 

7th-... 

11th... 

5th.... 
3d 

15th.-. 
5th.... 

2d 

1st 

4th.... 

2d 

19th-. 

3d 

4th.... 

1st.... 
6th...- 
4th-... 

1st...- 
8th.... 

3d 


$2, 400 




2,600 




4,600 


Francis S. Ronalds 


4,600 


Warren F. HamOton 


2,800 


National Military Parks 
Charles S. Dunn . . . 


4,200 


Frank W. Baker 


(15) 


Tyler B. Kiener 


4,000 


J. Walter Coleman.. 


4,000 


Charles S. Marshall 


2,600 


Ivan J. Ellsworth 


2,600 


Oswald E. Camp 


2,600 


Oscar F. Northington, Jr 

James W. Holland 


3,500 
3,500 


James R. McConaghie 

National Battlefield Parks 
Ivan H. Smalley 


4,000 
2,600 


Floyd B. Taylor 


2,600 


National Historic Sites 
Horace A. Dough 


(18) 


Emil C. Heinrich . 


3,700 


Julian C. Spotts.. 


5,800 


Joseph M. Hanson 


3,000 


William W. Luckett —. 


3,200 




3,300 


National Monuments 




Robert R. Budlong 


Ariz 

Utah.... 
Ark 


AtL.. 

2d 

AtL-. 


2,700 


Russell Mahan 


2,300 


Irving D. Townsend. 


2,600 















1" Salary received as Superintendent, Fort Donelson National Cemetery, Dover, Tenn. 
"Salary received as Custodian, Kill Devil HQl Monument National Memorial, Kill Devil HiUs, 



N. C. 



157 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


National Park Service— Con. 
National Monuments— Con. 
Chester A. Thomas 


Custodian, Bandelier National Monument, 
Box 1321, Santa Fe. N. Mex. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Big Hole 
Battlefield National Monument, Yellow- 
stone Park, Wyo. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Black Canyon 
of the Gunnison National Monument, Mesa 
Verde National Park, Colo. 

Custodian, Canyon de Chelly National Mon- 
ument, Box 8, Chinle, Ariz. 

Custodian, Capitol Reef National Monument, 
Fruita (P. 0. Torrey), Utah. 

Custodian, Capulin Mountain National 
Mountain, Capulin, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Casa Grande National Monu- 
ment, Coolidge, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Castillo de San Marcos 
National Monument, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Coordinating Sui erintendent. Cedar Breaks 
National Monument, Springdale, Utah. 

Custodian, Chaco Canyon National Monu- 
ment, c/o Blanco Trading Post, Bloomfleld, 
N. Mex. 

Custodian, Chiricahua National Monument, 
Dos Cahezos, .\riz. 

Custodian, Colorado National Monument, 
Fruita, Colo. 

Custodian, Craters of the Moon National 
Monument, Arco, Idaho. 

Superintendent, Death Valley National 
Monument, Death Valley, Calif. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Devil Postpile 
National Monument, Yosemite National 
Park, Calif. 

Custodian, Devils Tower National Monu- 
ment, Devils Tower, Wyo. 

Custodian, Dinosaur National Monument, 
Jensen, Utah. 

Custodian, El Morro National Monument, 
Ramah, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Fort Jefferson National Monu- 
ment, Key West, Fla. 

Custodian, Fort Laramie National Monu- 
ment, Fort Laramie, Wyo. 

Custodian, Fort Matanzas National Monu- 
ment, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Custodian, Fort McHenry National Monu- 
ment and Historic Shrine, Baltimore 30, 
Md. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Fort Pulaski 
National Monument, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Superintendent, George Washington Birth- 
place National Monument, Washington's 
Birthplace, Westmoreland County, Va. 

Custodian, Gila Cliff Dwellings, National 
Monument, Silver City, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Gran Quivira National Monu- 
ment, Gran Quivira, N. Mex. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Grand Canyon 
National Monument, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

Regional Director, Region Three, Great Sand 
Dunes National Monument, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. 

Custodian, Homestead National Monument 
of America, Beatrice, Nebr. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Jewel Cave 
National Monument, Hot Springs, S. Dak. 

Custodian, Joshua Tree National Monument, 
Twentynine Palms, Calif. 

Custodian, Lava Beds National Monument, 
Tulelake, Calif. 


Colo 

Colo 

N. Mex. 

Colo 

Utah.... 
N. Mex. 

Ariz 

Fla 

Mont..- 
Wyo 


3d 

1st 

AtL.. 

3d 

1st.... 
At L-- 
At L.. 

1st 

2d 


$2,900 


Edmund B. Rogers 


(») 


Jesse L. Nusbaum 


(') 


Meredith M. Quillet 


2,300 


Charles Kelly 


120 


Homer J. Farr 


540 


Albert T. Bicknell. 


2,600 


C. Raymond Vinten.. 


3,700 


Charles J. Smith 


W 


Theodore C. Sowers 


2,300 


Clair V. Cooke 


Idaho... 




2,300 


George T. Hopper 


Calif... - 
Mont..- 
Calif.... 
Calif.... 

Nebr.... 
Colo 


4th.... 
2d..... 
. 2d.... 
7th..._ 

6th.-.. 
2d 


3,100 


Guy E. McCarty 


2,400 


T. Raymond Goodwin 

Frank A. Kittredge... 


4,200 

(») 


Newell F. Jo jTier 


2,300 


Jess H. Lombard. . 


2,300 


(Vacancy). 




Russell A. Gibbs 


Nebr.. 




2,600 


Thor Borresen 


N. Y.. 




2,300 


Edward J. Eaton 


Ohio 

W. Va.. 

Fla 

Va 

N. Mes. 


11th..- 
5th.... 

1st 

8th... 

AtL-. 


1,920 


James W. Rader.. . 


3,200 


C. Raymond Vinten... . 


W 


Philip R. Hough.. .. 


3,700 


Dawson A. Campbell 

(Vacancy) 


12 


Harold C. Bryant 


Calif.... 
Ariz 

Nebr.-.. 
Mont... 
Calif.... 
Oreg 


7th.... 
AtL.. 

1st.... 

2d 

2d 

2d 


(«) 


M. R. Tillotson 


w 


Elmer Hevelone 


1 


Harry J. Liek.. 


(') 


James E. Cole 


2,800 


Don C. Fisher... 


2,300 







♦No additional compensation. 



158 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


National Park Service— Con. 

National Monuments — Con. 
Max R. Wainright 


Custodian, Lehman Caves National Monu- 
ment, Baker, Nev. 

Custodian, Meriwether Lewis National Mon- 
ument, Hohenwald, Tenn. 

Custodian, Montezuma Castle National Mon- 
ument, Camp Verde, Ariz. 

Custodian, Muir Woods National Monument, 
Mill Valley, Calif. 

Custodian, Navajo National Monument, 
Tonalea, Ariz. 

Custodian, Ocmulgee National Monument, 
Box 930, Macon, Ga. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Oregon Caves 
National Monument, Medford, Oreg. 

Custodian, Organ Pipe Cactus National Mon- 
ument, Box 50, Ajo, Ariz. 

Custodian, Perry's Victory and International 
Peace Memorial, National Monument, Put- 
in-Bay, Ohio. 

Superintendent, Petrified Forest National 
Monument. Holbrook, Ariz. ' 

Custodian, Pinnacles National Monument, 
Pinnacles, Calif. 

Custodian, Pipe Spring National Monument, 
Moccasin, Ariz. 

Custodian, Pipestone National Monument, 
Pipestone, Minn. 

Custodian, Saguaro National Monument, 
Route 2, Box 544, Tucson, Ariz. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Santa Rosa 
Island National Monument, St. Augustine, 
Fla. 

Custodian, Scotts Blufl National Monument, 
Gering, Nebr. 

Custodian, Sitka National Monument, Sitka, 
Alaska. 

Superintendent, Statue of Liberty National 
Monument, Sta. P., Bedloe's Island, New 
York 4, N. Y. 

Custodian, Timpanogos Cave National Monu- 
ment, Pleasant Grove, Utah. 

Custodian, Tonto National Monument, 
Roosevelt, Ariz. 

Custodian, Tumacacori National Monument, 
Star Route, Nogales, Ariz. 

Custodian, Tuzigoot National Monument, 
Box 30, Clarkdale, Ariz. 

Custodian, Verendrye National Monument, 
Sanish, N. Dak. 

Custodian, Walnut Canyon National Monu- 
ment, Box 400, RR No. 1, Flagstaff, Ariz. 

Custodian, White Sands National Monu- 
ment, Box 231, Alamogordo, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Wupatki National Monument, 
Tuba Star Route, Flagstaff, Ariz. 

Custodian, Kill Devil Hill Monument Na- 
tional Memorial, Kill I>evil Hills, N. C. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Lee Mansion 
National Memorial, National Capital 
Parks. 

Superintendent, Mount Rushmore National 
Memorial, Keystone, S. Dak. 

Caretaker, New Echota Marker National 
Memorial, Calhoun, Ga. 


111 

Ohio.*!.. 
N. Mex. 

Colo 

Ariz . 

Ga 

Calif.... 

Colo 

Ohio.... 

Colo.... 
Calif.-.. 

Ariz 

Minn... 

Ariz 

Fla- 

Nebr.... 


13th-- 
14th... 
AtL.. 

2d 

AtL.. 
6th-..- 

2d 

4th.... 
9th.... 

4th.... 
8th.... 
AtL.. 

1st 

AtL-. 
1st.... 


$2,300 


Clyde Burdette King 

Homer F. Hastings - 


2,400 
2,300 


Walter Finn.. .. 


2,700 


William W. Wilson 


2,100 


Arthur R. Kelly 


3,000 


Ernest P. Leavitt . 


(5) 


William R. Supernaugh 

William Schnoor 


2,600 
975 


William E. Branch .. .. 


3,500 


Washington I. Hawkins 

Charles L. Heaton . 


540 
1,500 


Albert F. Drysdale 


1,860 


Paul L. Beaubien 


2,600 


C. Raymond Vinten. 


w 


Merrill J. Mattes 


2,800 


Ben C. Miller 


Oreg 

Ind 

Utah--.. 


1st-.. 
4th..-- 


4,875 


George A. Palmer.. ..- 


3,500 


Charles B. Walker 


woe 


Elmer C. Gipe 


Ariz 

Ariz 

Okla.... 
N. Dak. 
N. Mex. 

Ariz 

Ariz 

N. C... 

Md 


At L.. 
AtL.. 
5th.-.- 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 

1st 

6th--.. 


2,100 


Luther E. Jackson 


2,300 


Everett W. Bright. . . 


2,200 


Adolph Larsen 


12 


George W. Baxter . . 


2, .300 


Johnwill Paris 


2,900 


Philip F. Van Cleave 

National Memorials 
Horace A. Dough 


2,300 
2,600 


Irving C. Root 


(") 


(Vacancy) 




Mrs. Clyde H. McDaniel.... 


Ga 


7th.... 


180 



« No additional compensation. 

" Salary received as Superintendent, National Capital Parks. 



159 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



National Park Service — Con. 
National Cemeteries 

Clarence L. Nett 

Irving C. Root. 



Edward S. Luce. 
Frank W. Baker. 
Tyler B. Kiener.. 



William H. Allison 

Benjamin F. Moore... 

James W. Holland 

John F. Steffey. 

Randolph Q. Anderson 

National Battlefield Sites 

Clarence L. Nett 

Curtis L. Tapp 

G. V. Price 

Andrew L. Plisko 

Edward M. Holliday 



Recreational Demonstration 
Areas 



Russell T. Reid. 



S. Marcus Miller. 



Newell H. Foster. 



Oarland B. Williams. 
Francis R. Roberson. 



James Cass. 



Emil C. Heinrieh. 



J. Paul Johnson. 



S. Marcus Miller. 



William H. Gibbs. 



Arthur C. Adams. 



Millard D. Guy 

A. Mitchell Metcalf. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Coordinating Custodian, Antietam National 
Cemetery, Sharpsburg, Md. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Battleground 
National Cemetery, National Capital 
Parks. 

Superintendent, Custer Battlefield National 
Cemetery, Crow Agency, Mont. 

Superintendent, Fort Donelson National 
Cemetery, Dover, Tenn. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Fredericks- 
burg National Cemetery, Box 357, Fred- 
ericksburg, Va. 

Superintendent, Gettysburg National Ceme- 
tery, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Superintendent, Popular Grove National 
Cemetery, Petersburg, Va. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Shiloh Na- 
tional Cemetery, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn. 

Superintendent, Stones River National Ceme- 
tery, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Superintendent, Vicksburg National Ceme- 
tery, Vicksburg, Miss. 



Custodian, Antietam National Battlefield 
Site, Sharpsburg, Md. 

Caretaker, Brices Cross Roads National 
Battlefield Site, Bethany, Miss. 

Custodian, Cowpens National Battlefield 
Site, Gaffney, S. C. 

Caretaker, Fort Necessity National Battle- 
field Site. Farmington, Pa. 

Caretaker, Tupelo National Battlefield Site, 
Tupelo, Miss. 



Custodian, Alexander H. Stephens Recrea- 
tional Demonstration Area, Crawfordsville, 
Ga. 

Superintendent, Blue Knob Recreational 
Demonstration Area, Rural Delivery, Imler, 
Pa. 

Custodian, Camden Hills Recreational Dem- 
onstration Area. Camden, Maine. 

Superintendent, Catoctin Recreational Dem- 
onstration Area, Thurmont, Md. 

Custodian, Cuivre River Recreational Dem- 
onstration Area, Troy, Mo. 

Custodian, Hard Labor Creek Recreational 
Demonstration Area, Rutledge, Ga. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Hickory Run 
Recreational Demonstration Area, Birds- 
boro. Pa. 

Custodian. Lake of the Ozarks Recreational 
Demonstration Area, Kaiser, Mo. 

Coordinating Superintendent, Laurel Hill 
Recreational Demonstration Area, Rural 
Delivery, Imler, Pa. 

Custodian, Mendocino Woodlands Recrea- 
tional Demonstration Area, Mendocino, 
Calif. 

Custodian, Montserrat Recreational Demon- 
stration Area, Knob Noster, Mo. 

Custodian, Otter Creek Recreational Demon- 
stration Area, Rock Haven, Ky. 

Custodian, Pine Mountain Recreational Dem- 
onstration Area, Chipley, Ga. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa.. 
Md. 



Tenn. 
Va... 



Pa... 
Va... 
Tenn. 

Miss., 
Ark.. 



Pa.... 

Miss.. 
S. C_.. 

Pa 

Miss.. 



Calif... 

Mo 

Ky..... 
Ga 



Cong. 
Dist. 



22d. 

Gth. 



5th_ 
3d.. 



Ga 


10th... 


Pa 


18th .. 


Maine... 


2d 


Md 


6th.... 


Mo 


12th... 


N. H.... 


1st.... 


Ill 


6th.... 


Mo 


2d 


Pa 


18th... 



4th. _ 
9th.. 
7th.. 
4th.. 

22d-. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
24th. 
1st.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



1st... 
6th... 



9th... 



' No additional compensation. 

'7 Salary received as Superintendent, National Capital Parks. 

'" Salary received as Custodian, Antietam National Battlefield Site, Sharpsburg, Md. 



(18) 
(") 

$2,000 
1,920 
(5) 

2,100 

1,740 

(5) 

2,100 

2,100 

2,200 
150 
180 

1,380 
240 



2,000 

3,500 

2,800 
3,400 
2,600 
2,600 
(») 

2,600 
(«) 

3,100 

2,700 
2,900 
2,900 



160 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



National Park Service — Con. 

Recreational Demonstration 
ylreas— Continued 

Henry E. Klugh, Jr 

Weldon W. Gratton 

Harry B. Buckley 

Ralph L. Lipscomb 

Miscellaneous Areas and 
Offices 

Sam P. Weems. 

Robert H. Rose. 

Lonny C. Fuller _. 

Malcolm E. Gardner 

National Capital Parks 

Irving C. Root 

Harry T. Thompson 

Frank T. Gartside 

Hazel F. Taylor 

Roger J. Hudson 

George W. Harding... 

Stanley W. McClure 

Edward J. Kelly 

Jerome B. Lawler 

Percy E. Smith 

Sidney McClellan 

Donald E. McHenry . 

Bureau of Mines 

Office of the Director 



Royd R. Sayers... 
Reginald S. Dean. 
George A. Lamb.. 



Allan Sherman 

Administrative Service 



William E. Rice. 

John D. Secrest. 

J. Leland Acufl 

Harold P. Greenwald. 



Earl A. Trager.. 
Arnold J. Kirch. 



Mining Branch 



Lowell B. Moon... 
George D. Jermain. 



Metallurgical Branch 



Ray G. Knickerbocker. 
Oliver C. Ralston 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION- 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Special Assignments Unit 

Carl E. Julihn 

John M. Morris 



Custodian, Raccoon Creek Recreational Dem- 

. onstration Area, R. D. No. 1, Hookstown, 
Pa. 

Custodian, Roosevelt Recreational Demon- 
stration Area, Medora, N. Dak. 

Custodian, Silver Creek Recreational Demon- 
stration Area, R. D. No. 1, Sublimity, Oreg. 

Superintendent, Swift Creek Recreational 
Demonstration Area, Chester, Va. 



Superintendent, Blue Ridge Parkway, Room 

611, Shenandoah Life Insurance Bldg., 

Roanoke. Va. 
Superintendent, Boulder Dam National 

Recreational Area, Box 755, Boulder City, 

Nev. 
Supervisor, Denison Dam Recreation Project, 

Denison. Tex. 
Superintendent, Natchez Trace Parkway, 

Tupelo, Miss. 



Superintendent.. 

Assistant Superintendent. 

do. _. 

Chief, Fiscal and Personnel Division 

Chief, Repair and Construction Division 

Chief, Horticulture and Maintenance Division 
Chief, National Memorials and Historic Sites 
Division. 

Special Assistant 

Captain, United States Park Police 

Chief, Engineering Division 

Attorney 

Park Naturalist 



Legal residence 



Director 

Assistant Director (Mining and Metallurgy). 
Assistant Director (Administrative and Eco- 
nomics and Statistics^ 
Chief, Office of Minerals Reports 

Chief, Administrative Service..* 

Chief, Field and Property Division... 

Persoimel Officer 

Superintendent, Central Experiment Sta- 
tions, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Special Liaison Officer 

Chief, Budget and Finance Division 

Chief, Mining Branch 

Assistant Chief, Mining Branch 

Chief, Metallurgical Branch .*. 

Assistant Chief, Metallurgical Branch 



Assistant to the Assistant Director and Chief 

Mining Engineer. 
Mechanical Engineer (Mining) 



State 



Pa. 



N. Dak. 
Oreg 



Va. 


6th.... 


Ind 


8th.... 


Tex 


4th.... 


Ark 


7th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Mass 


5th.... 


Md 


3d 


Pa 


14th... 


R.I 


1st.... 


Md 


5th.... 


Ohio.... 


2d 


Mich 


5th.... 


D. C 




T. H 




Idaho... 


2d 


Ariz 


At L 



Cong. 
Dist. 



21st.. 

AtL. 
1st... 
6th... 



Va 

111 

Idaho... 


8th.... 
6th.... 
2d 


Ill 


2d 


Pa 

111 

Tenn.... 
Pa 


35th... 
7th.... 

1st 

32d.... 


Okla.... 
Mich 


1st.... 
3d 


Minn... 
Ariz 


4th.... 
AtL.. 


Mo 

Ariz 


8th.... 
AtL.. 


Calif.... 


6th.... 


Mo 


8th.... 



161 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Bureau of Mines — Con. 

Mining Branch Field 
Offices 


Chief, Albany, Oregon Division 


Vt 

N. Mex. 

Ariz 

Mich.-.. 
Idaho.. - 
Ohio.... 

Mich 

Calif.... 
N. Y.... 
Ill 

Mass 

N. H...- 
Utah.... 

Pa 

Minn... 

Nev 

Okla..-- 
Tenn-.. 
Wash-.. 

Pa 

Okla-... 

Pa 

Md 

Md 

N.J 

Md 


AtL-. 
At L-- 
At L.. 
7th.... 

2d 

12th..- 

nth... 

12th... 
28th... 
12th.- 

6th—- 

2d 

2d 

28th-. 

3d 

At L.- 
1st..-. 
1st.... 
2d 

32d.... 
1st.... 
Uth-- 
2d 

6th-.- 

3d 


$5, 600 




Chief, Boulder City, Nevada Division 

Chief, Salt Lake City, Utah Division 


5,600 


Paul T Allsman 


5,600 




Chief, Tucson, Arizona Division 


5,800 


Edward F Fitzhufrh, Jr 


Chief, Minneapolis, Minn. Division 


5,600 
5,600 




Chief, Rolla, Mo. Division 




Chief, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Division 


5.600 




Chief, Collepre Park, Md. Division 


5,800 


Mitchell H. Kline 


Chief, Raleigh. N. C. Division 


5.600 




Engineer-in-Charge, Mount Weather Testing 
Adit, Bluemont, Va. 

Chief, Albany, Oreg. Division 


4,600 


Metallurgical Branch 
Field Offices 

Bruce A. Rogers 


5,600 


Charles W. Davis - - 


Chief, Boulder City, Nev. Division 


5,600 


Stuart R. Zimmerley 


Chief, Salt Lake City, Utah Division 

Chief, Tucson, Ariz. Division. ._ 


6,500 




5,600 


Edward P Barrett 


Chief, Minneapolis, Minn. Division . -. 


5,600 


C. Travis Anderson .. 


Chief, Rolla, Mo. Division 

Chief, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Division 


5,600 


Will n. Coghill 


6,000 


John B. Zadra 


Chief, College Park, Md. Division ... 


5,600 


Hewitt Wilson- . . 


Supervising Engineer, Electro-technical Lab- 
oratory, Norris Tenn. 

Chief, Fuels and Explosives Branch 


6,000 


Fuels and Explosives 
Branch 

Arno C. Fieldner 


8,000 


Roscoe A. Cattell 


Chief, Petroleum and Natural Gas Division.. 

Chief, Solid Fuels Utilization for War 

Chief, High Explosives Research Division, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Consulting Explosives Chemist, Explosives 
Division, Ccllege Park, Md. 
Acting Chief, Office of Synthetic Liquid 

Fuels. 

Chief, Sunthesis Gas Production Division 

Chief, Oil Shale Research and Demonstration 

Plant Division. 
Chief, Research and Development Division, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Supervising Engineer, Bartlesville, Okla 


7,250 


John F. Barkley 


6,570 


John C. Holtz 


5,800 


Wilbcrt J. Huff . . 


6,500 


Wilbum C. Schroeder 

William W. Odell 


6,500 
6,500 


Albert J- Kraemer . 


Ky - 

N. Y— . 

Okla. - 
Okla.... 
Okla.... 
Wyo.... 
Calif-... 
W. Va.. 

Tex 

Mich 

Colo 

Colo.... 
Okla-.-. 
Calif.... 

Ariz 

Mont... 

Calif -..- 
Minn... 

Conn 

Pa 

Md 

Pa 


5th.... 
nth— 

1st.... 
1st... 
1st.... 
At L.. 
6th_-- 

2d 

12th... 
4th.... 

2d 

4th... _ 

1st 

1st 

AtL.. 
1st.... 

9th.... 

3d 

5th.... 
8th.... 
6th-.. 
14th_- 


5,600 


Henry H. Storch 


6,750 
6,000 


Fuels and Explosives Branch 
Field Offices 

Harry C. Fowler 


Harold P. Rue 


6,600 


Clarence J. Wilhelm 


Supervising Engineer, Franklin, Pa 


4,800 


Harry B. Hill .-. 


Supervising Engineer, Dallas, Tex 


5,400 


Clifford P. Bowie 


Supervising Engineer, San Francisco, Calif... 
Supervising Engineer, Golden, Colo 


5,400 


Vernon F. Parry .. . 


5 600 


Clifford W. Seibel 


Supervising Engineer, Amarillo Tex 


6,500 


Carl C. Anderson 


Engineer-in-Charge, Exell, Tex 


5.600 


Paul V. MuUins 


Engineer-tn-Charge, Otis, Kans 


5,600 


Clinton D. Woods 

William G. Jackson.- 

Boyd Guthrie 


Engineer-in-Charge, Cmmingham, Kans 

.Acting Engineer-in-Charge, Shiprock, N. Mex. 
Supervising Engineer, Rifle, Colo 

Chief, Economics and Statistics Branch 

Assistant Chief, Economics and Statistics 
Branch. 


5,600 
3,300 
5,600 


Economics and Statistics 
Branch 

Elmer W. Pehrson 


6,750 
6,500 

5,600 


Thomas H. Miller 

Charles W. Merrill 


'Oliver Bowles _.. 

Joseph S. McGrath 

Alfred G.White 

William B. Reed 

Forrest T. Moyer 


Chief, Nonmetal Economics Division 

Chief, Foreign Minerals Division 

Chief, Petroleum Economics Division 

Chief, Coal Economics Division 

Acting Chief, Accident Analysis Division 


5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
7,000 
4,600 



162 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Bureau of Mines — Con. 

Economics and Statistics 
Branch Field Offices 

Richard H. Mote 

Charles W. Merrill 

Andrew J. Martin 

George E. Woodward 

Edward T. Knudsen 

Health and Safety 
Branch 

Daniel Harrington 

Edward H. Denny 

Helmuth H. Schrenk 

Richard D. Leitch 

John J. V. Forbes 

• Health and Safety 
Branch Field Offices 

George W. Grove 

Earl R. Maize. 

W. Dan Walker, Jr 

Edward H. McCleary. 

Allen D. Look 

AlexU. Miller 

Walter H. Tomlinson 

Dorsey J. Parker 

George W. Colbert 

Charles A. Herbert 

Frank E. Cash 

George M. Kintz.. 

Robert D. Bradford 

Albert A. Munsch 

Robert D. Reeder 

Lester L. Naus 

Frank S. Crawford 

Richard B. Maurer 

Louis H. McGuire 

John A . Johnson _ . 

T.udlow G. Anderson 

Clarence W. Owings 

Grazing Service 

Office of the Director 

Clarence L. Forsling 

Archie D. Ryan 

chiefs of branches 

Depue Falck 

Gerald M. Kerr 

James A. Scott 

Joe H. Leech 

Charles K. Caron 

William A. Hilton. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Acting Supervising Engineer, Denver, Colo... 
Acting Supervising Engineer, San Francisco, 

Calif. 

Supervising Statistician, Joplin, Mo 

Supervising Engineer, Salt Lake City. Utah.. 
Economic-Analyst-in-Charge, Los Angeles, 

Calif. 



Chief, Health and Safety Branch 

Chief, Coal Mine Inspection Division 

Chief Chemist, Health Division, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Chief, Explosives Control Division 

Chief, Mineral Production Security Division.. 



Supervising Engineer, District A, Health and 

Safety Branch, Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Engincer-in-Charge, Johnston, Pa 

Engineer-in-Charge, Fairmont, W. Va 

Acting Supervising Engineer, District B, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Engineer-in-Charge, Albany, N. Y 

Supervising Engineer, District C, Mt. Hope, 

W. Va. 

Engineer-in-Charge, Norton, Va 

Supervising Engineer, District D, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Mine Inspector, Jellico, Tenn... 

Supervising Engineer, District E, Vincennes, 

Ind. 
Supervising Engineer, District F, Duluth, 

Minn. 
Supervising Engineer, District G, Dallas, 

Tex. 

Enginegr-in-Charge, McAlester, Okla 

Technical Assistant-in-Charge, Bartlesvllle, 

Okla. 
Acting Supervising Engineer, District H, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Engineer-in-Charge, Denver, Colo. 

Engineer-in-Charge, Phoenix, Ariz 

Engineer-in-Charge, Berkeley, Calif 

Enginecr-in-Charge, Seattle, Wash 

Engineer-in-Charge, Butte, Mont 

Engineer-in-Charge, District I, Anchorage, 

Alaska. 
Engineer-in-Charge, College Park, Md. 



Station in Salt Lake City, Utah, 7inless other- 
wise indicated 

Director of Grazing, Washington, D. C, and 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Assistant Director of Grazing, Washington, 

D. C. 



Chief, Branch of Operations 

Assistant Chief, Branch of Operations 

Chief, Branch of Range Management 

Chief, Branch of Land Acquisition and Con- 
trol. 

Acting Chief, Branch of Range Improvements 
and Maintenance. 

Chief Counsel 



Legal residence 



State 



Oreg 

Calif.... 



S. C. 
Colo. 
Calif. 



Utah.... 
Colo.... 

Wis 



Ill- 
Pa. 



Pa 


32d..-. 


Pa 

Pa 

Colo...- 


24th... 
26th... 
1st.... 


Oreg 

Ind 


3d 

2d 


Pa 

Calif-... 


27th... 
6th.... 


Pa 

Ind 


24th... 
2d 


Va 


10th... 


Colo--.. 


1st 


W. Va-_ 
Pa 


2d 

33d.... 


N. Mex. 


At L.. 


Pa 

Pa- 

Calif-. .- 

Oreg 

Mich-.. 
Calif.. .- 


13th... 
llth... 

nth... 

1st--.. 
12th... 
13th. . 


Pa 


31st... 



Nebr.-.. 


3d 


Utah--.- 


1st... 


Calif---- 
Utah.--. 
N. Mex- 
Tenn-... 


7th.... 
1st.... 
At L,. 
6th.... 


N. Mex- 


At L.. 


Utah.... 


1st..-- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st-. 
9th.. 



4th. 
1st. 
6th. 



1st. 
1st. 
3d.. 



5t.h-. 
35th 



163 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Grazing Service — Con. 

Oefice of the Director— 
Continued 

CHIEFS OF BRANCHES— Con. 

Regional Headquarters 

Charles F. Moore.- --. 

Nic W. Monte.- 

Kenneth C. Ikeler 

Kelso P. Newman 

Robert E. Morgan 

Edmund R. Oreenslet 

Harry W. Naylor 

Russell B. Rose. 

Cornelius F. Dierking.. 

Milton W. Reid 

Fish and Wildlife Service 

Ira N. Qabrielson 

Charles E. Jackson 

Albert M. Day 

Waldo L. McAtee 

Donald J. Chaney 

William R. Dillon 

Ward T. Bower 

Robert M. Rutherford 

Milton C. James. 

Elmer Higgins 

Andrew W. Anderson 

W. E. Crouch 

Rudolph Dieffenbach 

Dorr D. Green 

Frank Dufresne 

J. Clark Salyer, II 

Clarence Cottam.. 

John R. Gardner.. 

Western Region 

Leo L. Lay the 

District Agents, Predator 
and Rodent Control 

Harold H. Haecker 

Leo S. Twitchcll 

Robert E. Bateman 

Q. Hammond Hansen 

Roy Fugate 

John Finley 

Supply Depot, Predator and 
Rodent Control 

George W. Kerr 

Refuge Managers 

Geno A. Amundson 

Howard J. Sargeant 

Peter J. Van Huizen 

Archie V. Hull 

Wilbert A. Rodgers 

654092—45 12 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unle.'JS 
otherwise indicated) 



Station in Salt Lake City, Utah, unless other- 
wise indicated 

Regional Grazier 

Regional Grazier, Reno, Nev 

Regional Grazier, Burns, Oreg 

Regional Grazier, Boise, Idaho 

Regional Grazier, Billings, Mont 

Regional Grazier, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Regional Grazier, Gallup, N. Mex 

Regional Grazier, Grand Junction, Colo 

Regional Grazier, Phoenix, Ariz 

Regional Grazier, Rawlins, Wyo 

Director, Chicago, 111 

Assistant Director 

Assistant Director, Chicago, 111 

Technical Advisor and Research Specialist, 
Chicago, 111. 

Chief Counsel, Chicago, 111 

Chief, Division of Administration, Chicago, 
111. 

Chief, Division of Alaska Fisheries, Chicago, 
111. 

Chief, Division of Federal Aid in Wildlife 
Restoration, Chicago, 111. 

Chief, Division of Game-fish and Hatcheries. 

Chief, Division of Fishery Biology 

Chief, Division of Commercial Fisheries 

Chief, Division of Game Management, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Chief, Division of Lands, Chicago, 111 

Chief, Division of Predator and Rodent Con- 
trol, Chicago, 111. 

Chief, Division of Information, Chicago, 111.. 

Chief, Division of Wildlife Refuges, Chicago, 
111. 

Chief, Division of Wildlife Research, Chicago, 
111. 

Liaison Officer 



Regional Director, Portland, Oreg. 



Sacramento, Calif 

Boise, Idaho 

Billings. Mont 

Reno, Nev 

Portland, Oreg... 
Seattle, Wash 



Manager, Pocatello, Idaho. 



Sheldon National Antelope Refuge, Cedar- 

ville, Calif. 
Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Tale Lake, 

Calif. 
Sacremento National W ildlife Refuge, Willows, 

Calif. 
Camas National Wildlife Refuge, Hamer, 

Idaho. 
Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, Nampa, 

Idaho. 



Legal residence 



State 



Colo.... 
Mont... 

Pa 

Idaho.. 

Wis 

Oreg 

N. Mex. 
Colo.... 
N. Mex. 
Ariz 

Iowa 

S. c... 

Wyo.... 
Ind 

Va 

Ohio.... 

Mich 

Calif.... 

Wash... 
Calif.... 
Wash... 
N. Dak. 

Mimi... 
Oreg 

Alaska.. 
Mich 

Utah.... 

Okla.... 



Ariz. 



S. Dak. 
Idaho.. 
Oreg... 
Idaho.. 
Idaho. - 
Utah... 



Idaho. 



Oreg 

Idaho... 
Calif.... 
Utah.... 
N. Dak. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



4th.. 
2d... 
15th. 
2d... 
3d... 
1st.. 
At L 
3d... 
At L 
At L 



5th... 
2d.... 
AtL. 

nth.. 



8th.... 
6th.... 

17th... 

6th.... 

1st-... 
nth... 
1st..-. 
At L-- 

1st 

2d 

1st 

2d 

2d 

4th—. 



AtL. 



1st... 
ist... 
1st... 
At L. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$5, 000 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,000 
5,800 
4,400 
5,000 
4,800 
4,600 



9,000 
7,500 
6,500 
6,200 

5,800 
6,400 

5,800 

5,800 

5,800 
6,000 
5,600 
6,200 

5,800 
6,000 

5, 600 
6,400 

5,600 

5,600 



5,800 



4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
4,000 
4,200 
3,700 



3,600 

3,400 
3,200 
2,800 
2,900 
2,200 



164 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Fiih and W ildlife Service — 

Continued 

WESTERN REGION— Con. 

Refuge Managers— Con. 

Thomas C. Horn 

Gene H. Crawford 

A. Vernon Ekedahl.. 

George E. Mushbach.. 

Ward M. Sharp.. 

Frank W. Groves 

(Vacancy)... 

Henry E. Cherry 

John C. Scharfl 

Jean F. Branson 

Elmo G. Adams. 

Carl W. Jackson 

W. Grant McFarland 

United States Game 
Management Agents 

Hugh M. Worcester 

Alvin W. Elder 

Clinton G. Fairchild... 

Gilbert E. Wardwell 

Robert S. Bach 

Kenneth F. Roahen 

(Vacancy) 

Frank S. Boomh'ower. 

Webster H. Ransom 

William J. Tirre 

James Gerow 

Fish CulturiH in Charge of 
Station 

Gervis W Hoofnagle 

John Pelnar 

Charles B Wrangham 

James R. Russell 

Jack R. Chipinan 

Blendon H. Cook 

Harry W. Baker, Jr 

Walter M. Allen 

John R. Parvin 

Clyde D. Adams 

Thadeus M. Blake 

Marcus S. Meyer 

Haskell Whiteman_. 

Joseph Kemmerich 

Einar H. Evenson 

Leslie W. Dunn 

Adolph T. Looff 

Adrien F. Bernier 

Southwestern Region 

John C. Gatlin 

District Agents, Predator and 
Rodent Control 

Everett M. Mercer 

(Vacancy) 

Louis H. Laney 

Alwin E. Gray.. 

Cedric R. Landon 

Reuben S. Zimmerman 

Owen W. Morris 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Fort Peck Game Range, Ft. Peck, Mont 

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, Malta, 

Mont. 
Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 

Medicine Lake, Mont. 

National Bison Range, Moiese, Mont 

Red Rock Lakes Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, 

Monida, Mont. 

Desert Game Range, Las Vegas, Nev 

Boulder Canyon National Wildlife Refuge, 

Las Vegas, Nev. 
Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Ruby 

Valley, Nev. 
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Bums, 

Oreg. 
Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, 

Lakeview, Oreg. 
TurnbuU National Wildlife Refuge, Cheney, 

Wash. 
Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge, 

Colvillp, Wash. 
Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, Ilwaco, 

Wash. 



Berkeley, Calif 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Sacramento, Calif 

Sacramento, Calif 

Boise, Idaho. 

Billings, Mont 

Klamath Falls, Oreg. 

Portland, Oreg 

Seattle, Wash 

Seattle, Wash. 

Spokane, Wash 



Battle Creek, Anderson, Calif 

Cole'iian, Anderson, Calif 

Mill Creek, Calif 

Hagerman, Idaho. 

Bozeraan, Mont 

C reston, Mont 

Ennis, Mont 

Miles City, Mont. 

Delph Creek, Estacada, Oreg.. 

Big White Salmon, Wash _. 

Birdsview, Wash 

Carson, Wash 

Entiat, Wash 

Leavenworth, Wash 

Little White Salmon, Wash 

Quilcene, Wash 

Quinault, Wash 

Winthrop, Wash _. 

Regional Director, Albuquerque, N. Mex 



Phoenix, Ariz __. 

Denver, Colo 

Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Oklahoma City, Okla.. 

San Antonio, Tex 

Salt Lake City, Utah.. 
Casper, Wyo 



Legal residence 



State 



Wash... 
Idaho... 

Mont... 

Mont. .. 
W. Va.. 

Oreg 



Idaho.. 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
S. Dak. 
Oreg... 
Utah... 



Wash. 
Calif.. 
Nev... 
Nev... 
Calif-. 
Wash. 



Calif.. 

Wash. 
Oreg.. 

Nev... 



Pa 


22d..-. 


Nebr.... 


1st 


Wash... 


2d 


Wash... 


2d 


Idaho. .- 


2d 


Mo 


5th--.- 


Mont.-. 


1st 


Wis 


8th-..- 


Wash-.. 


3d 


Vt 


AtL.- 


Mont-.- 


1st-... 


Wash... 


3d 


Colo.... 


4th-.- 


Wash..- 


2d 


Wash... 


2d 


Wash-.- 


2d 


Wash... 


1st.... 


Wash..- 


2d 



N. Mex. 



N. Mex. 



N. Mex. 
CaliL... 

Tex 

Idaho... 
Idaho... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



3d.. 

1st. 



2d. 



1st. 
2d.. 
1st. 
1st. 
2d.. 
1st. 



4th... 
21st . 
At L. 
At L. 
10th.. 
5th..- 



8th... 
5th... 
4th... 
AtL. 



At L-. 



AtL- 



At L- 
5th_.. 
16th.. 
2d-... 
2d.... 



165 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Fish and Wildlife Service — 

Continued 

Southern Region— Con. 
Refuge Managers 
Arthur F. Halloran 

Charles.A. Keefer 

Raymond H. Hunter 

J. Jack Sadosuk 

Ernest J. Greenwalt 

(Vacancy) 

Earl W. Craven .- 

Edward J. O'Neill 

Vanez T. Wilson _ 

Aimer P. Nelson 

United States Game Manage- 
ment Agents 

Thomas R. Lawhorn 

Frank Foley 

Melvin E. Ramsey 

John C. Knox 

(Vacancy) 

Vernon D. Yelton 

Edward M. Elmore 

Frank Clarkson 

Carl R.Mueller 

Clifford L. FretwelL. 

Fish Culturist in Charge of 
Station 

Harold B. Mailman 

John A. Thompson 

Glenn F. Adams 

Lewis Q. Carman 

Frank A. Bengard 

Paul J. Illk 

(Vacancy) 

Thomas F. Nelson 

Lee M. Duncan 

Roy D. Noble 

Albert L. Carlton 

Ralph Parish 

Prescott P. Adams 

Arno C. Fuller 

Frederich A. W. Engelhardt. 

Fred J. Richan.. 

Lloyd T. Pullum 

William A. Dunn 

North Central Region 

Oscar H. Johnson 

District Agents, Predator and 
Rodent Control 



Galen C. Oderkirk. 
Adolph S. Hamm.. 



Refuge Managers 

Louis H. Ellebrecht 

(Vacancy) 



Kofa and Cabeza Prieta Game Ranges and 

Imperial and Havasu Lake Refuges, Yuma, 

Ariz. 
San Andres National Wildlife Refuge, Las 

Cruces, N. Mex. 
Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Ros- 

well, N. Me.\. 
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, 

San Antonio, N. Mex. 
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Cache, 

Okla. 
Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, Jet, 

Okla. 
Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Austwell, 

Tex. 
Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge, Mule- 
shoe, Tex. 
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Brigham, 

Utah. 
National Elk Refuge, Jackson, Wyo 



Tex. 



N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
N. J__... 

Nev 



6th,.. 

AtL. 
At L. 
2d.... 
At L. 



Pheonix, .\riz 

Denver, Colo 

Hutchinson, Kans 

Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Oklahoma City, Okla.. 

Corpus Christi, Tex 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Houston, Tex 

Casper, Wyo 

Ogden, Utah 



Colo.... 
Utah.... 
Utah^-.. 
Wyo.... 



Kans. 
Colo. 
Nebr. 

Miss- 



1st... 
1st... 
1st... 
AtL. 



5th- 
3d.. 
5th. 
2d._ 



Williams Creek, Ariz 

Creede, Colo 

Leadville, Colo 

Dexter, N. Mex. 

Elephant Butte, N. Mex. 

Santa Rosa, N. Mex 

Lawton, Okla 

Tishomingo, Okla. 

.\ustin, Tex 

Burnet, Tex 

Fort Worth, Tex 

San Angelo, Tex 

San Marcos, Tex 

Uvalde, Tex 

Springville, Utah 

Jackson, Wyo 

Saratoga, Wyo 

Yellowstone Park, Wyo.. 



Tex... 
Tex... 
Tex -_ 
Idaho - 
Utah.. 



Wye... 

Oreg 

Colo.... 
Mont... 
N. Mex. 
Ind 



20th. 
9th. _ 
nth. 
2d... 
1st-. 



AtL. 
Ist... 

1st... 
1st-.. 
AtL. 
5th-.. 



Tex 

Va 

Mich... 
Ohio... 

Tex 

Mich.__ 
Ohio... 
Ill .... 
Utah... 
Wyo... 
Wis.... 



Regional Director, Minneapolis, Minn. 



West Lafayette, Ind. 
Mitchell, S. Dak 



Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge, Ha- 
vana, 111. 

Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge, 
Algona, Iowa. 



S. Dak. 



N. Dak 
Wyo... 



Mo. 



10th- _ 
8th... 
7th... 
9th... 
10th.. 
11th . 
10th-. 
17th.. 
2d.... 
AtL. 
10th.. 



AtL. 
AtL. 



3d. 



$2,000 

2,000 
2,000 
2,700 
3,800 



2,800 
2,000 
4,200 
3,000 



2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 



2,800 
2,700 
3,000 
2,700 
2,800 



1,740 
2,000 
1,440 
2.300 
1,620 
1,680 



2,100 
1,680 
1,740 
1,800 
1,680 
1,620 
2,000 
2,200 
1, 680 
2.200 
2,100 



5,600 



3,500 
4,200 



166 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Fish and Wildlife Service- 
Continued 

North Central Region- 
Cod tinued 

Refuge Managers— Cont'mued 

Clarence S. Johnson ._. 

Bartlett W. Foster 

Carl B. Vogen 

John M. Dahl_.._ 

Ray C. Steele 

Lawrence D. Longley 

Clarence E . Harness _ _ 

Louis D. Hatch__ 

John D. Connors 

Ralph C. Winslow 

Wesley D. Parker 

Arthur G. Huey 

Robley W. Hunt 

Nelius B . Nelson _ . . 

Eric B. Lawson 

William C. Oakden.. 

Benjamin M. Hazeltine 

Jerome H. Stoudt 

Homer L. Bradley... 

Frederic T. Staunton 

(Vacancy) 

Watson E. Beed... 

Harvey A. Neilson 

United States Game Manage- 
ment Agents 

John M. Martin 

Harry T. Maltby 

Stephen Creech 

Robert L. Coppess- 

Curtis S. Allin... 

Clyde L. Licking 

Leo R. Childers.. 

Edward T. Carter. _ 

Fish Cutturist in Charge of 
Station 

Cleon H. Walker.... 

Fay A. Copper 

Eldon C. Saeugling 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Seney National AVildlife Refuge, Germfask, 
Mich. 

Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge, East 
Lake, Minn. 

Mud Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Holt, 
Minn. 

Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, Rochert, 
Minn. 

Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish 
Refuge, Winona, Minn. 

Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, 
Mound City, Mo. 

Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Sumner, 
Mo. 

Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 
Ellsworth, Nebr. 

Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge, 
Valentine, Nebr. 

Valentine National Wildlife Refuge, Valen- 
tine, Nebr. 

SuUys Hill National Game Preserve, Fort 
Totten, N. Dak. 

Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge, Fox- 
holm, N. Dak. 

Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge, Kenmare, 
N. Dak. 

Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge, Kensal, 
N. Dak. 

Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge, Lost- 
wood, N. Dak. 

Long Lake National Wildlife Refuge, MofTit, 
N. Dak. 

Lower Souris National Wildlife Refuge, 
Upham, N. Dak. 

Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Co- 
lumbia, S. Dak. 

Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge, Martin, S. 
Dak. 

Waubay National Wildlife Refuge, Waubay, 
S. Dak. 

Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Necedah, 
Wis. 

Horicon National Wildlife Refuge, Waupun, 
Wis. 

Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge, Wi- 
nona, Minn. 



Peoria, 111 

Des Moines, lowa.. 

Bay City, Mich 

St. Paul, Minn 

Jefferson City, Mo. 
North Platte, Nebr 
Aberdeen, S. Dak.. 
Oshkosh, Wis 

Rochester, Ind 

Fairport, Iowa 

Guttenberg, Iowa.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich... 

Wis 

N. Dak. 
N. Dak. 
Wash... 
Minn... 

Kans 

Utah-... 
Wash... 
Utah,... 
N. Dak. 
S.Dak.. 
Minn... 
N. Dak. 
N. Dak. 
Utah.... 
Mont... 
Minn... 

Mich 

Mont... 



Nebr. 
Wis.. 



111.... 
111-... 
Mo-- 
Ohio. 
Ky... 
Nebr. 
Colo- 
111.... 



Miss. 
AVis.. 
Iowa. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



nth-. 
10th.. 
AtL. 
AtL. 
4th... 
6th--. 
5th-.. 



4th..- 
2d.... 
At L- 
3d.... 
8th-.. 
At L- 
At L- 
1st-.. 
2d.--- 
8th-.. 
11th.- 
2d---- 



1st... 
8th-.. 



7th-. 
17th- 
11th- 
12th- 
6th.. 
5th-. 
1st.. 
16th. 



8th.. 
3d-.. 
4th.- 



167 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Fish and Wildlife Service- 
Continued 

NoETH Central Region— 
Continued 

Fish Cultunst in Charge ofSta- 
<!ori— Continued 

Gilbert n. Gill 

Elisha M. Geer 

Edgar R. Widmyer 

Ward A. Cook 

Raymond E. Sampson.. 

Leslie H. Bennett 

Roy E. Alexander. 

Aurum C. Balch 

George A. Tomeraasen 

Eugene D. Mason 

Clarence E. Cozort 

Blaine T. GUIette 

Harry L. Canfield 

Harry A. Carson 

Southeastern Region 

James Silver 

District Agents, Predator and 
Rodent Control 

Robert B. Deen 

Laurence C. Whitehead. 

Refuge Managers 

Chester R. Markley 

Joe Morton. 

Lorin G. Kautz 

(Vacancy). 

Lawrence S. Givens 

Raymond J. Fleetwood 

Edgar S. Jaycocks 

Julius E. Wall 

Walter P. Schaefer 

Gerald F. Baker 

William R. Edwards 

Lawrence Buras 

Vandiver L. Childs 

Henry C. Rucker 

William L. Hills 

John D. Findlay 

Ernest F. Holland 

Andrew H. DuPre 

William P. Baldwin 

Edwin V. Pierce 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Manchester, Iowa 

Charlevoix, Mich... 

Northville, Mich 

Duluth, Minn 

Homer, Minn 

New London, Minn 

Bourbon, Mo-. 

Neosho, Mo 

Forest Park, St. Louis, Mo 

Crawford, Nebr 

Valley City, N. Dak 

Genoa, Wis 

La Crosse, Wis 

Lake Mills, Wis 

Regional Director, Atlanta, Ga 

State College, Miss 

Raleigh, N. C 



Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge, Decatur, 

Ala. 
Big Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Manila, 

Ark. 
White River National Wildlife Refuge, St. 

Charles, Ark. 
Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge, 

Key West, Fla. 
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, St. 

Marks, Fla. 
Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge, Round 

Oak, Ga. 
Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, Port 

Wentworth, Savannah, Ga. 
Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuge, 

Townsend, Ga. 
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Way- 
cross, Ga. 
Kentucky Woodlands National Wildlife Ref- 
uge, Golden Pond, Ky. 
Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge, Lake 

Arthur, La. 
Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Pilottown, 

La. 
Sabine National Wildlife Refuge, Sulphur, La. 
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, Starkville, 

Miss. 
Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, Manteo, 

N. C. 
Mattamuskeet and Swanquarter National 

Wildlife Refuges, New Holland, N. C. 
Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge, 

McBee, S. C. 
Cape Remain National Wildlife Refuge, 

McClellanville, S. C. 
Santee National Wildlife Refuge, Maiming, 

S. C. 
Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge, Hombeak, 

Tenn. 



Legal residence 



State 



Md... 
Mich- 
W. Va 
Mich. 
Minn. 
Iowa.. 
Mo... 
Mo... 
Minn. 
Colo-. 
Ark... 
Wis... 
Wis... 
lowa.- 



Colo. 



Miss. 
Ga... 



Colo. 
Ga... 
Colo. 



Va... 
Ky... 
S. C. 
Ga... 
N. Y 
Ky... 
Ky... 
La... 



Ark.. 
N. C. 

S. C. 

N. C. 

S. C. 

s. c. 

Del.. 
Iowa. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



5th _ 
11th 
2d.. 
2d.. 
1st. 
2d-. 
9th. 
5th-. 
1st.. 
3d.. 
2d.. 
3d-. 
3d - 
10th 



1st.. 
20th. 



4th.. 
6th.. 



9th-. 
2d--. 
1st.. 
9th.. 
41st- 
1st.. 
5th-. 
1st.. 
4th-. 



1st-... 



6th-.. 
1st--. 
AtL. 

6th-.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



2,500 
1,680 
2.500 
6,000 
1,620 
2,300 
1,380 
2,100 
1,800 
1,800 
1,800 
1,740 
2,900 
1,860 



5,600 



3,500 
3,500 



2,900 
2,000 
2,600 



2,700 

2,900 

2,900 

1, 620 

3,200 

3,500 

2,000 

2,000 

2,600 
2,600 

2,000 

3,200 

2,600 

2,900 

3,200 

2,000 



168 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Fish and Wildlife Service — 

Continued 

Southeastern Region — 
Continued 

United States Game Manage- 
ment Agents 

Walker T. Harrod 

Walter B. Mebane 

Jay V. Kelsey 

Parker B. Smith 

Robert C. Soaper 

Houston C. Gascon 

Pat W. Close 

Eugene M. Boring 

J. Herman Zeigler 

James T. Hammond 

Fish Culturist in Charge of 
Station 

Everett A. Jones 

Jewell Q. McGee 

Charles R. Wiant 

Hosea L. Davis .__ 

Lloyd A. O'Neal... _. 

Luther L. Henkle 

Mark R. Hertzler 

Fielding F. Tanner 

Abijah R. Sowell 

Everett B. Ballard 

Herman O. Hesen 

Albert J. Wilson 

Dudley B. Heiliger 

Clarence D. Flynt 

Frank L. Snipes. 

William C. Bunch 

Russell B. Richard 

Clifford M. Morefield 

Claude L. Edmondson 

William E. Baker 

Harry C. Minch ._ 

James W. McPhail 

Maurice Stevens 

Northeastern Region 

S. Barry Locke 

District Agent, Predator and 
Rodent Control 

George B. Lay 

Refuge Managers 

George P. Spinner 

Bertrand E. Smith 

Cornelius W. Wallace 

Arthur E. MacGregor 

Albert Stadlmeir 

Merton F. Radway 

Ellis D. Truax 

John H. Buckalew 

Jack E. Perkins 



ornciAL title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Montgomery, Ala.... 
Little Rock, Ark.... 
Daytona Beach, Fla 

Elberton, Ga 

Henderson, Ky 

New Orleans, La 

Jackson, Miss 

Washington, N. C 

Estill, S. C 

Memphis, Tenn 



Carbon Hill, Ala 

Elkmont, Ala _, 

Marion, Ala ,_ 

Corning, Ark 

Mammoth Spring, Ark 

Welaka, Fla 

Chattahoochee Forest, Margret, Ga. 

Cohutta, Ga , 

Lake Park, Ga 

Warm Springs, Ga . 

Louisville, Ky ' '. 

Natchitoches, La 

Lyman, Miss 

Meridian, Miss. 

Tupelo, Miss. 

Edenton, N. C 

Hoffman, N. C 

Pisgah Forest, N. C 

Smokemont, N. C 

Cheraw, S. C 

Orangeburg, S. C . 

Walhalla, S. C 

Erwin, Tenn 



Regional Director, Boston, Mass. 



Boston, Mass- 



Legal residence 



State 



Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, 
Smyrna, Del. 

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, Mill- 
town, Maine. 

Blaekwater National Wildlife Refuge, Cam- 
bridge, Md. 

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, New- 
buryport, Mass. 

Brisantine National Wildlife Refuge, Ocean- 
ville, N. J. 

Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, Seneca 
Falls, N. Y. 

Missisauoi National Wildlife Refuge, Swan- 
ton, Vt. 

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Chin- 
col eague, Va. 

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Pungo, 
Va. 



Ga... 
Tenn 
Wis.. 
Ga__. 
Ky... 
La... 
Tex.. 
Ala.. 
S. C_. 
Ky... 



D.C... 

Ga 

Pa 

Ark-._. 

Mo 

Ark.... 

Va 

Miss... 
Ala..__ 
W. Va. 
D.C .. 
Calif. .. 
Nebr... 
Miss... 
Miss... 
N. C... 
Ind ... 
Tenn... 
N. C... 
N. C... 
lowa... 
S.C ... 
W. Va. 



111. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st.-.. 
9th-... 
8th-.. 
10th... 

2d 

6th.... 
21st-., 
1st.-.. 
1st-... 
1st.... 



N. C... 


2d 


Conn 


2d 


Maine.- 


2d 


Md 


6th.... 


Mass 





N. Y. 
N. Y- 
Vt... 
Del.- 
La... 



6th.. 
nth. 
2d... 
8th-. 
2d.-. 
2d.-- 
1st.- 
3d..- 
6th-. 



8th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
1st . 
10th. 
1st.. 
2d .. 
3d... 
4th.. 



10th... 



41st.. 
35th-. 
At L. 
At L. 
1st... 



169 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Fish and Wildlife Service — 

Continued 

Northeastern Region — 
Continued 

United States Game Manage- 
ment Agents 

Wellington White --. 

Alan W. Souder 

Orin D. Steele..- 

Robert J. Hawley 

Harold E. Dewey 

Samuel T. Miller, Jr... 

Fred Brint 

Earnest R. Atkinson 

Fish CuUurist in Charge of 
Station 



Thomas H. Dorr 

George N. Montgomery. 

ThomasJ. Powers 

Clarence R. Mitchell 

Gordon L. Davis 

Henry A. Delisle 

Ernest O. Rodgers 

Oscar L. Montonna 

Abram V. Tunison 

Wesley N. Crawford 

George M. Eisenlohr 

Roger P. Tanner 

Floyd A. Chamberlain-- 

Norman E. Collins 

Maurice E. Hubbard 

Wallace R. Newcomb-.. 

Wilburn J. Whipple 

Samuel A. Scott.,- 

Alton L. Dorr 

Reuben O. Knuth 



Alaska Region 
Frank S. Hynes 

Refuge Manager 
Frank L. Beals 



Fishery Management Agents 



Mark A. Logan 

Charles Petry 

Marcus W. Meyer. 
Charles H. Baltzo.. 



Alaska Game Commissioners 
Earl N. Ohmer 



Frank P. Williams. 
Andrew A. Simons. 
Gordon Springbett. 
Frank S. Hynes 



Wildlife Agents 

Hoiger S. Larsen 

Carlos M. Carson 

Raymond Woolford 

Dan H. Ralston 

Hosea R. Sarber 

Morrell L, MacSpadden. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Portland, Maine.. 

Cambridge, Md 

Plymouth, MasS- 

Toms River, N. J 

Auburn, N. Y 

Blue Point, L. I., N. Y. 

Sylvania, Ohio 

Tappahannock, Va 



Boothbay Harbor, Maine 

Craig Brook, East Orland, Maine. 

Gloucester, Mass 

Hartsville, Mass 

Woods Hole, Mass 

Berlin, N. H 

Nashua, N. H 

Cape Vincent, N. Y 

Cortland, N. Y 

Pittsford, N. Y. 

Hebron, Ohio 

Lamar, Pa 

Arcadia, Hope Valley, R. I 

Pittsford, Vt 

St. Johnsbury, Vt... 

Fort Belvoir, Va 

Harrison Lake, Roxbury, Va 

Wytheville, Va 

Kearneysville, W. Va 

White Sulphur Springs, W. Va 



Regional Director, Juneau, Alaska- 



Aleutian Islands National Wildlife Refuge, 
Kodiak, Alaska. 



Ketchikan, Alaska. 

Naknek, Alaska 

Kodiak, Alaska 

Wrangell, Alaska... 



Chairman, First Judicial Division, Peters- 
burg, Alaska. 

Second Judicial Division, St. Michael, Alaska. 

Third Judicial Division, Lakeview, Alaska 

Fourth Judicial Division, Fairbanks, Alaska.. 

Executive Officer, Alaska Game Commission, 
Juneau, Alaska. 



Anchorage, Alaska.. 
Dillingham, Alaska. 
Fairbanks, Alaska.. 
Ketchikan, Alaska. . 
Petersburg, Alaska.. 
Juneau, Alaska 



Legal residence 



State 



Maine 
N.J... 
Mass.. 

Pa 

N. Y.. 
Pa...- 
Ohio.. 
S. C... 



Maine. _ 


3d 


Maine-- 


3d 


Mass 


6th.... 


Maine. - 


4th.... 


Vt 


2d 


N. H... 


2d 


Ohio... 


19th._. 


N. Y.... 


32d.... 


N. Y.... 


35th.- 


Mich. .. 


3d 


Mich.... 


10th... 


Miss 


1st 


Mich 


2d 


Vt 


At L.. 


Vt 


At L.- 


Wash... 


3d 


Wash... 


3d 


Va 


9th.... 


Maine.. 


3d 


Wis 


9th_..- 


Alaska.. 




Alaska.. 





Wash-- 
Wash.- 
Alaska. 
Wash.. 



Alaska. 

Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Ist... 
2d.... 
14th.. 
13th.. 
31st.. 
2d.... 
9th... 
6th... 



6th. 
6th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$2,600 
2,900 
3,200 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
19 2, 700 
2,800 



2,600 
2,600 
1.620 
1,680 
2,300 
2,300 
2,100 
2,100 
3,200 
1,620 
2,200 
2,300 
1,800 
1,620 
1,800 
2,300 
1,620 
2,600 
1,680 
2,100 



5,750 



3,500 
3,500 
3,250 
2,875 



20 10 

20 10 
20 10 
20 10 
(21) 



3,250 
3,750 
3,375 
3,375 
4,000 
3,375 



'9 Includes portion of salary paid from cooperating funds. 

20 Per diem. 

21 Salary received as a regular employee of the Fish and Wildlife Service. 



170 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Fish and Wildlife Service — 

Continued 

Field Officers not Under 
Regional Officers 

wildlife research division 

Wildlife on Public Lands 



Joseph S. Dixon 

Phil D. Goodrum.-. 

Shaler E. Aldous 

Albert W. Moore... 
Clarence M. Aldous. 
Victor B. SchefEer..- 
Olaus J. Murie 



Cooperative Wildlife Research 



Allen M. Pearson 

CarlJ. Drake 

Howard L. Mendall.- 

Paul D. Dalke 

Lawrence E. Hicks... 
Arthur S. Einarsen... 
Pemioyer F. English. 

Walter P. Taylor 

D. Irvin Rasmussen. 
Charles O. Handley.. 



Migratory Bird Investigations 



Robert H. Smith.... 
Stanley G. Jewett... 
Harold S. Peters ... 
George B. Saunders. 



Economic Wildlife 
Investigations 



Edwin R. Kalmbach. 



Henry J. Spencer.. 
Harold L. Blakey.. 



Cecil S. Williams. 



Fur Resources 
George S. Templeton.. 



Walter J. Scott 

Thora M. P. Hardy- 



Herbert L. Dozier. 



John K. Loosli 

Charles F. Bassett. 



Lorin E. Harris. 



Disease Investigations 



Everett E. Lund. 
Don R. Coburn.. 



(Vacancy) 

Ormund J. Hummon. 



Biological Surveys 

Thomas D. Burleigh 

Patuxent Research Refuge 
Leland C. Morley 



Field Naturalist, Berkeley, Calif. 

Biologist, Atlanta, Ga 

Biologist, St. Paul, Minn 

Biologist, Portland, Oreg 

Biologist, Ogden, Utah 

Biologist, Seattle, Wash 

Biologist, Jackson, Wyo 



Collaborator, Auburn, Ala 

Collaborator, Ames, Iowa 

Agent, Orono, Maine 

Biologist, Columbia, Mo 

Biologist, Columbus, Ohio 

Biologist, Corvallis, Oreg 

Collaborator, State College, Pa. 
Biologist, College Station, Tex. 

Biologist, Logan, Utah 

Biologist, Blacksburg, Va 



Biologist, Winona, Minn.... 
Biologist, Portland, Oreg.... 
Biologist, Charle<;ton, S. C. 
Biologist, Brownsville, Tex. 



Biologist in Charge, Wildlife Research Lab- 
oratory, Denver, Colo. 

Biologist, Gainesville, Fla 

Biologist, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, 
Austwell, Tex. 

Biologist, Brigham, Utah 



Biologist in Charge, U. S. Rabbit Experiment 
Station, Fontana, Calif. 

Collaborator, Swarthmore, Pa ..- 

Microanalvst, Beltsville Research Center, 
Beltsville, Md. 

Biologist, U. S. Fur Animal Field Station, 
Cambridge, Md. 

Collaborator, Ithaca, N. Y 

Biologist, in Charge, U. S. Fur Animal Ex- 
periment Station, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Collaborator, Logan, Utah 



Legal residence 



State. 



Calif. - 
Tex... 
Utah.. 
Pa... 

Utah.. 
Wash. 
Minn. 



Ala.... 
Iowa... 
Maine. 
Conn.- 
Ohio... 
Wash.. 

Pa 

Wis..-. 
Utah... 
W. Va. 



Gong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Ark-... 
Oreg... 
Ohio... 
Mich... 



Mich. 



Colo... 
Mo.... 



Colo... 



Biologist, Fontana, Calif 

Veterinarian, Patuxent Research Refuge, 
Bowie, Md. 

Veterinarian, Brigham, Utah 

Veterinarian, Pullman, Wash 



Biologist, Baton Rouge, La. 



Pa... 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Ark. 



Calif.. 
Mich. 



4th... 
10th.. 
1st... 
16th.. 
1st... 
2d.... 
9th... 



1st.. 
8th.. 
3d— 
lst._ 
15th. 
2d..- 
23d.. 
6th.. 
1st-. 
3d... 



6th.. 
3d... 
12th. 
6th.. 



5th. 



1st... 
7th... 



2d- 



Ohio 



Oa 



5th.... 



8th. 
22d. 



1st... 



37th. 
29th. 



3d. 



Biologist, Patuxent Research Refuge, Bowie, Va. 
Md. I 



$4,400 
3,800 
3,400 
3,500 
3,600 
3,400 
4,400 



(22) 
(22) 

3,400 
3,700 
4,200 
3,800 

(22) 

5,000 
3,800 
3,500 



3,300 
4,200 
3.600 
3,600 



5,200 



3,500 
3,500 



3,400 



4,200 

(22) 

3,300 
3,500 

(22) 

4,200 



6th.... 



5th.... 



8th. 



6th ... 



(22) 



3,200 
3,800 



3,400 



3,60 



4,200 



22 Salary paid from cooperative funds. 



171 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Fish and Wildlife Service — 

Continued 

Fishery Biology Division 

James W. Moflett 

Oscar E. Sette 

Victor L. Loosanoff 

Robert O. Smith 

A. E. Hopkins 

Wm. W. Anderson 

Paul S. Galtsoff 

Wm. C. Herrington 

John Van Oosten 

M. M. Ellis 

William C. Neville 

Herbert F. Prytherch 

Frederic F. Fish 

Richard O. Jones 

Thomas K. Chamberlain 

Stillman Wright 

Joseph T. Barnaby 

Edwin H. Dahlgren 

Eugene W. Surber 

Commercial Fisheries 
Division 

Hugo W. Nilson 

Maurice E. Stansby 

Lyle K. Anderson 

Joseph F. Puncochar 

Richard T. Whiteleather 

Burt E. Lindgren 

Edwin C. Hinsdale 

Walter M. Donovan 

C . West Jacocks _ 

Harry B. Hinkle 



Alaska Fisheries Division 
(Fur Seal Service) 



Edward C. Johnston. 



Office of Fishery Co- 
ordination 



Ira N. Gabrielson 

Charles E. Jackson 

H. J. Deason 

John R. Gardner 

John P. Dalzell. 

Milton C. James 

Elmer Higgins . 

Andrew W. Anderson 



Field Offices 



Victor J. Samson 

Oscar E. Sette 

Wm. W. Anderson 

A. E. Hopkins 

Robert O. Smith 

Herbert F. Prythcrch. 

William C. Neville 

Wm. C. Herrington... 

John Van Oosten 

Ralph A. Ferrandini.. 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Aquatic Biologist, Stanford University, Calif 
Aquatic Biologist, Stanford University, Calif 

Aquatic Biologist, Milford, Conn 

Aquatic Biologist, Jacksonville, Fla 

Aquatic Biologist, Pensacola, Fla.. 

Aquatic Biologist, New Orleans, La_ 

Aquatic Biologist, College Park, Md .... 

Aquatic Biologist, Cambridge, Mass 

.\quatic Biologist, Ann Arbor, Mich 

Aquatic Physiologist, Columbia, Mo 

Aquatic Biologist, New York, N. Y 

Aquatic Biologist, Beaufort, N. C 

Aquatic Biologist, Corvallis, Oreg 

Aquatic Biologist, Spearfish, S. Dak 

Aquatic Biologist, College Station, Tex _ 

Aquatic Biologist, Logan, Utah 

Aquatic Biologist, Seattle, Wash 

Aquatic Biologist, Seattle, Wash 

Aquatic Biologist, Kearneysville, W. Va 



Chemist, College Park, Md 

Chemist, Seattle, Wash 

Technologist, Ketchikan, Alaska 

Technologist, Chicago, 111 

Fishery Marketing Specialist, New York, 

N. Y. 
Fishery Marketing Specialist. Boston, Mass. _ 
Fishery Marketing Specialist, Seattle, Wash.. 

Fishery Marketing Specialist, Chicago, 111 

Fishery Marketing Specialist, New Orleans, 

La. 
Fishery Marketing Specialist, San Pedro, 

Calif. 



General Manager, Pribilof Islands. 



Deputy Coordinator of Fisheries 

Assistant Deputy Coordinator of Fisheries .. 
Special Assistant to the Deputy Coordinator. 

A dministrat i ve Officer ._ 

C h ief Counsel 

Coordination Officer 

Coordination Officer 

do 



Area Coordinator, Seattle, Wash 

Area Coordinator, San Francisco, Calif 

Area Coordinator, New Orleans, La 

Area Coordinator, Pensacola, Fla. 

Area Coordinator, Jacksonville, Fla 

Area Coordinator, Beaufort, N. C . 

Area Coordinator, New York City 

Area Coordinator, Cambridge, Mass 

Area Coordinator, Ann Arbor, Mich 

Area Coordinator (for Alaska), Seattle, Wash . 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich 


2d..... 


Calif.... 


11th... 


Va_ 


1st.... 


Ind 


13th_.. 


Va 


2d 


La 


7th.... 


N. Y.... 


25th... 


Mass... 


8th.... 


Mich 


2d 


Mo 


2d 


Mass 


Ifith... 


N. Y.... 


35th... 


Wash... 


l.st 


Tex 


12th... 


N. Y.... 


37th... 


Wis 


6th.... 


Wash... 


1st.... 


Wash... 


1st...- 


Minn... 


4th.... 



Minn. 
Minn. 
Wash. 
Md... 
Wash. 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Mass.. 
S. C... 



Wash. 



Calif.... 



Iowa... 
S.C ... 
Mich.. 
Okla... 
N. C__. 
Wash.. 
Calif... 
Wash . . 



Wash.. 
Calif... 

La 

Va 

Ind.... 
N. Y-._ 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mich... 
Alaska. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



5th.. 
4th-. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 

1st.. 
1st.- 
10th. 
2d.-. 



1st. 



5th. 
2d.- 
2d- 
4th- 



1st.. 
11th- 
1st-- 



1st-. 
nth. 
7th-. 
2d.-. 



35th- 



8th. 
2d . 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$3,800 
5,200 
4,000 
3,800 
4,400 
3,800 
5,400 
4,800 
5,400 
5,000 
3,800 
4,200 
4,600 
2,800 
3,700 
3,500 
4,800 
4,600 
3,400 



4,600 
4,600 
4,750 
4,600 
3,800 

3,400 
3,200 
3,200 
2,900 

3,200 



5,750 



(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 

5,600 

(21) 
(21) 
(21) 



(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 
(21) 



21 Salary received as regular employees of the Fish and Wildlife Service. 



172 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 



Bonneville Power 
Administration 

Administrative Offices 
AND Divisions 

Paul J. Raver 

DeOtis L. Marlett 

Henry H. Alderman 

Harry M. Kenin 

J. Perry Alvey 

Field Offices 

William M. Wood 

Warren H. Maple 

Chesley Brazil 

Henry R. Richmond, Jr 

Glenn H. Bell - 

J. Frank Ward—. 

Arthur C. Jacquot 

Personnel Division 

David Blakeman 

Daniel L. Hallowell 

Herbert F. Osborne 

Loren H. Holden 

David Blakeman 

Vera T! Peterson 

Information Division 

Nelson C. Hazeltine 

Office of the General 

Counsel 

C. Oirard Davidson 

Robert R. Willard 

Gilbert Sussman 

Branch of Fiscal and Ad- 
ministrative Management 

DeOtis L. Marlett— -.. 

John F. Richardson.. 

Carroll A. Pawson 

Division of Finance and 

Accounts 

Earl D. Ostrander 

Earl L. Goldhammer 

John M. Woodford... 

Richard M. Nance.. 

James N. Bender.. 

Division of Administra- 
tive Services 

Alfred B. Macpherson 

Earl L. Hobbs 

Logan C. Stewart 

James H. Wild 

Harry F. Stengel 

Branch of Power 
Management 



William A. Dittmer. 
Paul n. Williams... 



Station is Portland, Oreg., unless otherwise 
indicated 

Administrator - 

Assistant Administrator 

Administrative Officer -. 

E xecu ti ve Secretary 

Consulting Engineer, Washington, D. C 



Administrative Officer, District Office Stafl... 

District Manager, Lower Columbia District.. 

District Manager, Southwestern District, Eu- 
gene, Oreg. 

District Manager, Mid-Columbia District, 
Walla Walla, Wash. 

District Manager, Upper Columbia District, 
Spokane, Wash. 

District Manager, Puget Sound District, 
Seattle, Wash. 

Branch Manager, Wenatchee, Wash 

Acting Director, Personnel Division. 

Labor Relations Representative 

Chief, Employment and Personnel Relations 
Section. 

Chief, Safety Section 

Chief Classification Section — 

Chief, Personnel Actions and Records Section 



Director, Information Division 

General Counsel -- 

Assistant General Counsel (Power) 

Assistant General Counsel (Construction and 
Operation). 



Acting Controller. 

Assistant to the Controller. -.. 

Chief, Organization and Procedure Stafl 



Chief, Division of Finance and Accounts 
Acting Chief, Budget and Fiscal Staff... 

Chief, Reports Staff... 

Chief, Accounting Section 

Chief, Valuation and Analysis Section... 



Chief, Division of Administrative Services — 

Chief, Land Section 

Chief, Procurement Section 

Chief, Stores Section, Vancouver, Washington 
Chief, Office Service Section 



Chief, Power Manager 

Assistant to Chief Power Manager. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg- 
Oreg- 

IlL... 



Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 

Calif-. 

Wash. 

Wash. 

Utah.. 



Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 

Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 



Oreg. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Oreg. 
Ky... 
Oreg. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 



3d„ 
3d.. 
3d.. 
3d.. 
12th 



3d.. 
3d.. 
4th. 



20th. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



3d 
3d 
3d 

3d 
3d 
3d 

3d. 



3d. 
3d. 
3*. 



3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 
3d 



3d. 
1st 
3d. 
3d. 
3d. 



» No additional compensation. 



173 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bonneville Power Admin- 
istration—Continued 



Division of Industrial and 
Resources Development 



Ivan Bloch_ 



Samuel Moment 

John W. Carothers._. 
James G. McCallum. 



Division of Power Sales 
and Service 



Barclay J. Siekler. 
Claude R. Lester.. 
Henry R. Stevens. 

Carl C. Long 

Emil Jahn 



Branch of Engineering 
and Operations 



Sol E. Schultz 

Eugene L. White. 



Division of Engineering 
and Construction 



Walter H. Kanzler. 



Orin A. DeMuth.. 
Carl H. Bjorquist. 
Vernon E. Taylor. 



Division of Operation and 
Maintenance 



Claude A. Miller. 



Trueman T. Smith. 
Lee Duffy 



Archie W. Adams. 



Southwestern Power 
Administration 



Office of the Administra- 
tor 



Douglas O. Wright. 
Philroy C. Gale 



Administrative and 
Personnel Sections 



Nora McOinnity.. 

Legal Section 

Robert L. Davidson 

Land Section 

Grover C. Spade 

Accounting Section 

Mack Porter 

Engineering Section 

Floyd E. Conway 

Meier and Relay Unit 
Lee J. Keating 



Chief, Division of Industrial and Resources 
Development. 

Chief, Market Analysis Section 

Chief, Industrial Analysis Section 

Chief, Industrial Sales Contact Section 



Chief, Division of Power Sales and Service- 
Acting Chief, Rates and Statistics Section.. 

Chief, Power Resources Section 

Chief, System Development Section 

Chief, Customers' Service Section 



Chief Engineer 

Assistant to Chief Engineer. 



Chief, Division of Engineering and Construc- 
tion. 

Chief, System Engineering Section 

Chief, Design Section 

Chief, Construction Section, Vancouver, 
Wash. 



Acting Chief, Division of Operation and 

Maintenance, Vancouver, Wash. 
Chief, Operating Section, Vancouver, Wash.. 
Chief, Maintenance Section, Vancouver, 

Wash. 
Chief, Control and Communications Section, 

Vancouver, Wash. 



Administrator, Tulsa, Okla 

Assistant Administrator, Tulsa, Okla. 



Chief, Tulsa, Okla. 



Chief Counsel, Tulsa, Okla. 



Chief, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 



.do. 



.do. 



Superintendent, Communications, Meter and 
Relay Unit, Pryor, Okla. 



Oreg. . 

CaliL. 
Ala... 
Oreg.. 



Oreg-. 
Oreg. . 
Oreg-. 
Wash. 
Oreg.. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Oreg.. 

Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 



Wash... 

Wash... 
Wash... 

Oreg 



Okla.. 
Okla.. 



Okla... 



Okla. 



Okla... 



Okla.... 



Okla.. 



Okla. 



6th. 
3d.. 



6th.. 



1st.. 
1st.. 



3d- 



1st... 



1st. 



1st.... 



$6, 500 

5, 600 
5,600 
5,600 



7, 2.50 
4,600 
5,800 
6,000 
5,800 



7,500 
5,600 



6,750 

5,600 
5,600 
5,800 



6,500 



5,600 
5,600 



4,600 



8,250 
6,750 



3,300 
7,500 
4,000 
5,600 
6,500 
3,800 



174 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Southwestern Power 
Administration — Continued 



Operation Section 



Philroy C. Oale 

D. French Anderson. 
Thos. P. Clonts 



Operation Unit 
Erving L. Bussey 

Transmission Unit 
Hanna, James R 

Plant Security Unit 
Forrest J. Kramer 

Denison Office 
Lee Simmons _ 

NoRFORK Office 
Earl Berry.. 



Solid Fuels Administration 
for War 

Washington 



Charles J. Potter. 
Dan H. Wheeler. 



Clark M. Groninger.. 
Harlen M. Chapman. 
Charles H. Hayes 



Will Rogers - 



John E. MacDonald. 
Thomas O. Valleau.. 
William F. llahman. 
Waldron E. Leonard. 

Thomas J. O'Brien.. 
Leonard W. Mosby.. 
Newton O. Wood, Jr. 

Jesse B. Messitte 

Oral L. Garrison 

George C. Dickens... 



Regional Offices 



ANTHRACITE 



Region 1 

Walter J. Dockerill. 
George H. Kelly 



Region 2 



William J. Cusack . . . 
Harrison M. Pringle. 



Ernest C. Davison. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Tulsa, Okla 

Office Assistant to Chief, Tulsa, Okla. . . 
Field Assistant to Chief, Pryor, Okla.... 

Superintendent, Tulsa, Okla 

General Foreman, Pryor, Okla- 

Senior Guard Ofl3ccr, Langley, Okla... 

Denison Power Manager, Denison, Tex 



Norfork Power Manager, Mountain Home, 
Ark. 



Deputy Solid Fuels Administrator for War 

Assistant Deputy Solid Fuels Administrator 

for War. 
do .- 



.do. 



Assistant to the Deputy Solid Fuels Adminis- 
trator for War. 
Special Assistant to Associate Deputy Solid 
Fuels Administrator for War. 

Head Administrative Officer 

Chief, Anthracite Distribution Division 

Chief, Bituminous Distribution Division 

Chief, Budget and Administrative Services 
Division. 

Chief, Compliance Division 

Chief, Conservation and Information Division. 

Chief, Field Office Division 

General Counsel _ 

Consultant— Labor Relations 

Personnel Officer 



Regional Representative New York, N. Y 

Assistant Regional Representative, New York, 
N. Y. 



Regional Representative, Buffalo, N.Y 

Field Distribution Representative, Albany, 

N. Y. 
Assistant Regional Representative, Syracuse, 

N.Y. 



Legal residence 



State 



Okla.. 
Okla.. 
Okla.. 



Okla. 



Okla. 



Okla. 



Tex. 



N.Y. 
N. J.. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 



Pa 

Md 


27th ._ 
6th.... 


Md.._.- 

Md 

Va 


2d._... 
6th.... 
8th.... 


Okla.... 


5th.... 


N. Y.... 

N.J 

Md 

Va 


2d 

5th.... 
6th.... 
8th.... 


Nebr 

W.Va.- 

Va- 

D. C .- 


2d 

6th.... 
6th.-.. 


Ill 

Md 


25th... 
6th.... 



Cong. 
Dist. 



1st.... 



1st.-. 



4th. 



3d. 



28th. 
9th.- 



42d- 
33d-. 



36th. 



' No additional compensation. 



175 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Solid Fuels Administration 

Tor War — Continued 

Regional Offices— Con. 
ANTHRACITE — Continued 

Region 3 



Daniel F. Gallagher.. 
Harry H. Hernandez - 



Ralph L. Scott 

Edmund F. Smith. 

Region 4 

Reuben R. Rawls.. 
John K. Maus 



Howard F. Adams. 

John J. Bohr __ 

Region 5 



John M. Booth.. 
Philip H. Quinn. 



William H. Maeurda 

Mark G. Sandford 

Railton Greenwood 

William H. Frost 

Region 6 

Arthur D.Hill 

Production Region 



Owen E. Williams. 
John I. Campbell--. 



Regional Offices 
bituminous 
Altoona Region 



John N. Geyer. 
Don Gingery... 



Atlanta Region 

Stuart R. Ducker 

Baltimore Region 

Lewis Williams, Sr 

Birmingham Region 

Howard J. Thomas 

Bluefield Region 



Daniel J. Carroll.. 
Harold D.Birney. 



Regional Representative, New York, N. Y 

Assistant Regional Representative, New York, 

N. Y. 
Field Distribution Representative, Camden, 

N.J. 
Field Distribution Representative, Newark, 

N.J. 



Regional Representative, Philadelphia, Pa 

Assistant Regional Representative, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Field Distribution Representative, Allen- 
town, Pa. 

Field Distribution Representative, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 



Regional Representative, Boston, Mass 

Acting Assistant Regional Representative, 
Boston, Mass. 

Field Distribution Representative, Concord, 
N. H. 

Field Distribution Representative, New 
Haven, Conn. 

Field Distribution Representative, Portland, 
Maine. 

Field Distribution Representative, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 



Regional Representative, Baltimore, Md. 



Regional Representative, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Assistant Regional Representative, Pottsville, 
Pa. 



Area Distribution Manager, Altoona, Pa 

Associate Area Distribution Manager, Al- 
toona, Pa. 



Area Distribution Manager, Atlanta, Ga. 



Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Balti- 
more, Md. 



Area Distribution Manager, Birmingham, Ala- 



Area Distribution Manager, Bluefield, W. Va-. 
Field Distribution Representative, Richmond, 
Va. 



N.J... 

N.Y.. 

N.J... 
N. Y.. 

Pa---. 
Pa---- 

Pa..-- 

Pa.... 

Mass.- 
Mass 

N. H.... 

Conn.. 

Maine 

R.I... 



Pa. 
Pa. 



Fla. 



Md- 



W.Va-- 
Va - 



11th. 
25th. 

4th.. 

22d.. 

6th.. 
16th. 

8th.. 

19th. 

14th. 
7th.. 

2d.... 

3d-.. 

1st-.. 

2d—. 

2d-.. 



10th. 
12th. 



22d. 
22d. 



6th.. 



4th... 



9th... 



6th... 
3d.... 



$6, 500 
5,600 

4,600 

4,600 

6,500 
5,600 

4,600 

4,600 

6,500 
4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

6,500 



6,500 
4,600 



6,500 
6,000 



4,600 
6,600 
6, 500 . 



6,500 
3,800 



176 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Solid FopIs Administration 

for War— Continued 










Regional Offices— Con. 










BITUMINOUS— continued 


' 








Boston Region 










Borden Covel 


Area Distribution Manager, Boston, Mass 


Mass 


10th-. _ 


$7, 250 


Charlotte Region 










Martin L. Burtless 


Area Distribution Manager, Charlotte, N. C. 


Mich.__ 


15th... 


4,600 


Chicago Region 




James C. Fitzpatrick 


Area Distribution Manager, Chicago, 111 

Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Area Distribution Manager, St. Louis, Mo 


111 

111 

Mo 


10th... 
10th... 

12th-.. 


6,500 


Fred William J. Sextro 

Arthur H. Beddoe 


5,600 
5,600 


Cincinnati Region 




Wayne P. Ellis . 


Area Distribution Manager, Cincinnati, Ohio.. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Ash- 


Ohio...- 
Ky 

Ky...... 


ISt...- 

5th-.- 
8th...- 


6,500 


George F. Kisker, Jr. .. 


5,600 


Harvey L. Wells 


5,800 


Charles R. Brooks 


land, Ky. 
Field Distribution Representative, Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 


Tenn._. 


2d 


3,800 


Cleveland Region 




Howard A. Smith 


Area Distribution Manager, Cleveland, Ohio__ 
A.ssociate Area Distribution Manager, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 


Ohio 

Mich... 


22d-... 
15th... 


5,600 


Frank J. Dingell 


5,800 


Bes Moines Region 




Gilford D. Miller 


Area Distribution Manager, Des Moines, Iowa 


Iowa 


5th..-- 


■ 4,600 


Detroit Region 




Edward C. Crowley 


Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Detroit, 

Mich. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Detroit, 

Mich. 


Mich... 
Mich... 


13th... 
14th..- 


5,600 


William L. Barie. 


4,600 


Fairmont Region 




Frank C. Shriver _ .. 


Area Distribution Manager, Fairmont, W. Va. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Fair- 
mont, W. Va. 


W. Va.. 
W. Va.. 


ist.... 

1st 


6, 500 


Daniel E. Cronin . 


5,600 


Indianapolis Region 




William G. Stockton . 


Area Distribution Manager, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 


Ind 

Ind 


nth... 
nth... 


6,500 


Richard W. Tubbs. . . 


4,600 


Kansas City Region 




Ernest N. Ahlfeldt 


Area Distribution Manager, Kansas City, Mo. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Kansas 
City, Mo. 


Ark 

Mo 


6th...- 
4th.... 


5,800 


Frederick I . Halstead 

Madisonville Region 


4,800 


Harry Rightmire. . 


Area Distribution Manager, Madisonville, 
Ky. 


111 


7th...- 


4,600 


Minneapolis Region 




Milton Aimer 


Area Distribution Manager, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 


Minn... 


3d 


4,600 


Philadelphia Region 




Francis Y. Casey 


Area Distribution Manager, Philadelphia, Pa. 


Pa 


7th.... 


6,500 


Pittsburgh Region 










Harry A. Sutter 


Area Distribution Manager, Pittsburgh, Pa.. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 


Pa 

Pa 


29th-. 
5th.... 


6,500 


AllynK. Renwick 


5,800 







177 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is W^ashington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Solid Fuels Administration 

for War— Continued 










Regional Offices— Con. 










BITUMINOUS— continued 










Salt Lake Cily Region 










Joseph E. Parker _ . . 


Area Distribution Manager, Salt Lake City, 


Ky 


5th 


$6, 500 
4,600 
5,800 
4,600 


Richard W. Van Derek 

Robert B. Griffith 


Utah. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 
Assistant AreaDistribution Manager, Denver, 


Utah.... 
Colo 


2d 

1st 


James H. Gatewood 


Colo. 
Assistant Area Distribution Manager, Seattle, 




1st 


War Relocation Authority 


Wash. 








Office of the Director 










Dillon S. Myer . 


Director. 


Ohio 




10, 000 


Col. Erie M. Wilson 


Assistant to the Director 


Ky - 


5th 


Office of the Solicitor 








Edwin E. Ferguson 


Solicitor 




7th 


8,000 


Reports Division 








Morrill M. Tozier 


Chief 


Maine.. 


1st...- 


6,500 


Photographic Section 




Charles E. Mace 


Information Specialist 


Colo 




3,800 


Relocation Planning 
Division 








Benjamin R. Stauber 


Chief 


Md 


6th.... 


7,000 


Statistics Section 




Fern E. French 


Head, Statistical 


Calif.... 


5th.... 


4,600 


Relocation Division 




H. Rex Lee _ 


Acting Chief 


Calif.... 
Utah.... 

Va 

Calif 


6th.... 

2d 

8th.... 
6th 


6 500 


Ottis Peterson.. 


Assistant Chief- 


6,500 
5 600 


Hugo W. Wolter 


Head, Center Liaison Section 


Harold S. Choate 


Head, Field Supervision Section... 


5,600 


Operations Division 








Ervin J. Utz 


Chief, Operations 


Ohio.... 
Ohio.... 

Ariz 

Colo 


15th... 
15th-- 
At L.- 


8,250 


Ernest H. Reed.. 


Head, Agriculture Section 


5,800 
5 600 


Clyde H. Powers . 


Head, Construction and Maintenance Section. 
Head, Fire Protection Section 


Glenn B. Rumley 


4 600 


Community Management 
Division 










John H. Provinse 


Chief, Community Management 


Ariz 

Ariz 


AtL.. 
At L.. 


8,250 


Solon T. Kimball 


Head, Community Organization and Activities 

Section. 
Head, Community Analysis Section 


5,600 


Edward H. Spicer 


Ariz 

Pa 

Calif 


At L.. 
15th.-. 


5,600 


Lester K. Ade 


Head, Education Section 


5 800 


Abraham Pressman 


Head, Health Section 


6,500 


Marie D. Lane 


Head, Welfare Section 


D. C 




5,800 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 








Malcolm E. Pitts 


Assistant Director 


Colo.... 
Ind 

Mass 

Mont... 

Ariz 

Kans 


1st.... 
5th.... 

2d 

1st 

At L_- 
ist 


8,000 
5 800 


John W. Clear 


Head, Finance Section . 


EarlD. Brooks 


Personnel Officer 


5,600 
3,300 
5,600 
4,600 


Helen F. Collins 


Head, Records Management Section 

Head, Examination and Investigation Section. 
Head, Analysis and Procedures Section 


Seymour Cahn 


A. Ray Miller.. 



178 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Relocation Authority- 
Continued 










Office of the Field 
Assistant Director 










Robert B. Cozzens 


Assistant Director, San Francisco, Calif 

Deputy Assistant Director, San Francisco, 
Calif. 


Calif . 




$8,000 


Victor L. Furth 


Calif..-. 




5,600 


Information Division 








Thomas E. Frayne 


Information Specialist, San Francisco, Calif . 


Calif .. 




5,600 


Legal Division 










Edgar Bernhard-_- 


Assistant Solicitor, San Francisco, Calif 


Ill 


10th--. 


6,500 


Relocation Supervisor's 
Offices 










(Vacancy) 


Relocation Supervisor, New York.. 






4,600 


Robert M. Cullum 


Relocation Supervisor, Cleveland, Ohio 

Relocation Supervisor, Chicago, 111 


Nebr 




5,600 


Prudence 0. Ross 


111 




4,600 


Jesse H. Lewis 


Relocation Supervisor, New Orleans, La 

Relocation Supervisor, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 
Acting Relocation Supervisor, Denver, Colo.. 
Relocation Supervisor, San Francisco, Calif... 
Relocation Supervisor, Seattle, Wash 


Colo 




4,600 


Ray B. Haight 


Mont- -- 




4,600 


Everett Lane 


Colo 




4, 600 


Charles F. Miller 


Colo ... 




5,600 


Harold S. Fistere 


N. Y.... 
Calif 


nth... 


5,600 


Paul G. Robertson 


Relocation Supervisor, Los Angeles, Calif 


5.600 


Office of the Shelter 
Director 


Station is Oswego, New York 








Joseph H. Smart. 


Shelter Director 


Colo---. 




6,500 


Office of the Assistant 
TO THE Director 










(Vacancy) 


Assistant to the Director 








Community Services 
Division 










Welfare Section 










Jeaimette A. Margolies. 


Welfare Supervisor 


N. Y.... 




3,200 


Health Section 










Roland E. Loeb 


Principal Medical OflQcer .. 


N. Y.... 




5,600 


Internal Security Section 










John L. Carroll 


Acting Chief of Internal and External Security 


N. Y.... 




2,600 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 










Reuben Levine 


Administrative Officer 


N. Y 




3,800 


Operations Division 








George W. Allen 




N. Y.... 




3,800 


Office of the Project 
Director 


Station is Rirers, Ariz. 








Leroy H. Bennett 


Project Director .. .... 


Calif--.. 


7th.... 


6,500 


Legal Division 










James H. Terry 


Attorney 


N.J 


10th... 


4,600 


Reports Division 










Ethel Fleming 


Reports Officer 


N. Mex- 


At L.. 


3,800 



179 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



War Relocation Aothority — 

Continued 

Relocation Division 

William M. Huso 

Community Management 
Division 

James L. Shelly 

Education Section 

W. Curtis Sawyer 

Internal Security Section 

John W. Nichols 

Health Section 

Martin Loebman 

Welfare Section 

Evelyn B. Swiggum 

Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 

Benjamin F. Runyan 

Supply Section 

Herman A. Ott... 

Finance Section 

William G. Graham.. 

Personnel Management Section 

Lyston S. Black 

Operations Division 

(Vacancy) 

Engineering Section 

Joe H. Janeway 

Agriculture Section 

Robert S. Davidson 

Fire Protection Section 

Emil D. Mauser 

Office of the Project 
Director 

Luther T. Hoffman.. 

Legal Division 

Lloyd Buchanan 

Reports Division 

■R. Wafford Conrad 

Relocation Division 

Leah K. Dickinson 

654092—45 13 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Station is Rivers, Ariz. 
Relocation Program Officer 



Assistant Project Director 

Superintendent of Education- 
Chief of Internal Security 

Senior Medidal Officer 



Acting Counselor- 



Assistant Project Director. 
Supply Officer 



Finance Officer. 



Personnel Officer. 



Assistant Project Director. 

Senior Chief Engineer 

Chief of Agriculture 



Fire Protection Officer. 



Station is Topaz, Utah 
Project Director 



Attorney. 



Reports Officer 

Relocation Program Officer. 



Legal residence 



State 



Ariz 


At L.. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


At L.. 


Calif.... 




N. Y-... 




Calif.... 




Ark 


At L.- 


Ariz 


At L.- 


Ariz 


At L.. 


Calif.... 





Ariz. 



Calif. 



Calif. 



N. Y. 



Oreg. 



Pa. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



AtL. 



AtL.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$4, 600 

5,600 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 
3,200 

5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 



4,600 
5,400 
3,800 

6,500 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 



180 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



War Relocation Authority — 

Continued 

Community Management 
Division 

Raymond P. Sanford _ _ 

Education Section 

Legrande Noble 

Internal Security Section 

Robert W. Roof- -.. 

Welfare Section 

Claud H.Pratt 

Health Section 

Douglas R. Collier 

Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 

Gilbert L. Niesse 

Supply Section 

(Vacancy) 

Finance Section 

Doren B. Boyce - 

Operations Division 

Roscoe E. Bell 

Engineering Section 

Wallace Crane 

Agriculture Section 

W. Wendell Palmer 

Fire Protection Section 
Charles Roraback 

Office of the Project 
Director 

Ralph P. Merritt... 

Legal Division 

Alan C. Campbell... 

Reports Division 

Arch W. Davis 

Relocation Division 

Walter A. Heath.... 

Evacuee Property Section 

David Bromley 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Station is Topaz, Utah 
Assistant Project Director 



Superintendent of Education^ 
Chief of Internal Security 



Counselor- 



Principal Medical Officer. 



Assistant Project Director. 
Supply Officer 



Finance Officer- 



Assistant Project Director- 
Senior Engineer 

Chief of Agriculture 



Fire Protection Officer - 



Station is Mamanar, Calif. 
Project Director 



Attorney- 



Reports Officer 

Relocation Program Officer - 
Evacuee Property Officer... 



Legal residence 



State 



111. 



Utah- 



Calif. 



Utah- 



Colo. 



N. Mex. 



Utah- 



Calif. 



Ark. 



Idaho - 



Calif. 



Nev. 



Calif. 



Calif. 



Mont. 



Calif. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



At L.. 



181 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFnciAL title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Reloration Authority — 

Continued 










Community Management 
Division 


Station is Mamanar, Calif. 








Lyle C. Wentner ... 


Assistant Project Director 


Calif 




$5,600 


Education Section 








Genevieve W. Carter 


Superintendent of Education 


Calif 




4 600 


Internal Security Section 










John W. GUkey.-.. 


Chief of Internal Security. 


Calif 




3,800 


Welfare Sectimi 








Margaret M. D'llle ..- 


Counselor 


Calif 


4th 


3,800 


Health Section 








William M. Little 


Principal Medical Officer _ . 


Calif 




5,600 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 








Edwin H. Hooper 


Assistant Project Director . 


Calif 




5,600 


Supply Section 








Henry R. Haberle 


Supply Officer 


Calif 




4,600 


Finance Section 








Ransom C. Boczkiewicz 


Finance Officer 


Calif 




4,600 


Personnel Management 
Section 








Ann S. Anderson 


Personnel Officer . 


Calif 




4,600 


Statistics Section 








Tommie Heath 


Statistician 


Calif 




3 300 


Operations Division 










Engineering Section 










Arthur M. Sandridge 


Senior Eneineer 


Mont 




4,600 


Agriculture Section 






• 


Horace McConnell 


Chief of Agriculture 


Calif 




4,600 


Motor Transport and Equip- 
ment Maintenance Section 








James L. McNair. 


Equipment Maintenance Supervisor 


Calif 


7th 


3,800 


Fire Protection Section 








Joseph M. Fien... 


Fire Protection Officer 


Calif 




3,800 


Office of the Project 
Director 


Station is Heart Mountain. Wyo. 






Guy Robertson 


Project Director 


Wyo 


At L 


6,500' 


Legal Division 






Byron VerPloeg 


Attorney.. _. 






4,600 


Relocation Division 










William J. CarroU 


Relocation Program Officer 


Wyo. ... 


AtL.. 


4,600 



182 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


■ State 


Cong. 
Dlst. 


pen- 
sation 


War Relocation Authority- 
Continued 










Efforts Division 


Station is Heart Mountain, Wyo. 










Reports Officer 


Colo 




$3,800 


Community Management 
Division 












Assistant Project Director 


Colo 




5,600 


Education Section 










CliSord D. Carter ..- 


Superintendent of E ducation 


Wyo 


At L.- 


4,600 


Internal Security Section 










Stanley E. Adams 


Chief of Internal Security 


Calif.... 




3,800 


Welfare Section 










Adeline S. Kell 


Counselor 


D. C... 




3.800 


Health Section 










Thomas B. Cracroft 


Principal Medical Officer 


N. C... 




5,600 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 












Assistant Project Director 


Wyo.... 


At L. 


5,600 


Supply Section 










Nebr.-.. 




4,600 


Finance Section 














Wyo 


At L.. 


4.600 


Personnel Management 
Section 






William B. MacFarlane-. .-- 


Personnel Officer _ 


Wyo 


AtL.. 


4,600 


Operations Division 










Douglas M. Todd 




Colo 




5,600 


Engineering Section 










Maury A. Oburch 

Agriculture Section 




Ark 




4,600 












Farm Superintendent 


Wyo 


AtL.. 


3,800 


Fire Protection Section 














Calif..-. 




3,800 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 


Station is Hunt, Idaho 












Utah.... 




5, 600 


Supply Section 














Wash... 




4,600 


Finance Section 














Calif... - 




3,800 


Personnel Management 
Section 










Leon W. Folsom 


PersonnelTOfflcer - 


Idaho... 




4,600 



183 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Relocation Authority — 

Continued 

Operations Division 

William E. Rawlings 

Engineering Section 

Clyde E. Plank 

Agriculture Section 
Louis E. Rice 



Motor Transport and Main- 
tenance Section 



George B. Mclntyre 

Fire Protection Section 
Verner Campbell 



Office of the Project 
Director 



Harry L. Stafford 

Legal division 

Frank S. Barrett 

Reports Division 

John F. Graham. _.. 

Relocation Division 

Victor V. McLaughlin 

Evacuee Property Section 
Hinkle W. Cox 



Community Management 
Division 



(Vacancy) 

Education Section 

Arthur M. Kleinkopf 

Internal Security Section 

Kenneth M. Barclay 

Welfare Section 

Constance Kimmerltng 

Health Section 
Lauren M. Neher 



Office of the Project 
Director 



James G. Lindley 

Reports Division 

Joseph H. McClelland 

Relocation Division 
Walter J. Knodel , 



Station is Hunt, Idaho 
Assistant Project Director... 



Senior Engineer. 



Farm Superintendent- 



Equipment Maintenance Supervisor. 



Fire Protection Officer. 



Project Director. 

Attorney 

Reports OflBcer.. 



Relocation Program Officer- 



Evacuee Property Officer. 



Assistant Project Director 

Superintendent of Education. 

Chief of Internal Security 

Counselor. 



Principal Medical Officer. 



Station is Amache, Colo. 
Project Director 



Reports Officer 

Relocation Program OflBcer- 



Idaho. 



Ariz. 



At L- 



Ark- 



Idaho. 



Colo. 



Idaho - 



Calif. 



N. J- 



Idaho- 



Idaho. 



Idaho. 



Idaho- 



Pa. 



Idaho. 



N. Mcx. 



Colo. 



N. Mex. 



$5,600 
4,600 
3,800 

3,800 
3,800 

6,500 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 
3.800 



4,600 
3,800 
3,800 
5,600 

6,500 

3,80 

4.600 



184 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



War Relocation Authority — 

Continued 



Community Management 
Division 



W. Ray Johnson __- 

Education Section 

Lloyd A. Garrison 

Internal Security Section 

Harlow M. Tomlinson 

Welfare Section 

Jacob Qerrild 

Health Section 
William T. Carstarphen. . _ 



Station is Amache, Colo. 
Assistant Project Director 



Superintendent of Education, 



Chief of Internal Security. 



Counselor 



Principal Medical Officer. 



Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 



Henry F. Halliday 

Finance Section 

Jack Q. Bohon. 

Statistical Section 
Joseph Buckley.. 



Assistant Project Director. 



Finance Officer- 



Statistician. 



Personnel Management 
Section 



Ruby G. Fuller 

Operations Division 

Wm. M. Fuller 

Engineering Section 

William B. Wroth 

Agriculture Section 
John W. Spencer 



Personnel Technician. 



Assistant Project Director. 

Senior Engineer 

Chief of Agriculture 



Motor Transport and 
Maintenance Section 

Robert W. Smith 



Office of the Project 
Director 



Duncan Mills 

Legal Division 

Charles S. Rowley 

Reports Division 

Pauline Brown 

Relocation Division 

Corlies R. Carter 

Evacuee Property Section 
Rudolph W. Schmitt 



Equipment Maintenance Supervisor. 

Station is Poston, Ariz. 
Project Director 



Attorney 

Reports Officer. 



Relocation Program Officer. 
Evacuee Property Officer... 



Colo. 



Mo. 



Kans. 



Colo. 



Conn. 



N. Mex. 



N. Mex- 



N. Y. 



N. Mex. 



Colo. 



N. Mex. 



N. Mex 



Colo. 



N. Mex 



Iowa. 



Ariz. 



Ariz. 



Calif. 



185 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Relocation Authority- 
Continued 










CoMMUNiTT Management 
Division 


Station is Posion, Aris. 








John W. Powell 




Calif 




$5, 600 


Education Section 










Arthur L. Harris 


Superintendent of Education 


Hawaii.. 




4,600 


Internal Security Section 












Chief of Internal Security. 


Calif. .. 




3,800 


Welfare Section 












Counselor . .. 


Mich 




3,800 


Health Section 












Acting Principal Medical Officer 






4,600 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 












Assistant Project Director.. . .. 


Ariz 




5,600 


Supply Section 










Max E. Barnhill 


Supply OflScer 


Calif ... 




4,600 


Finance Section 










John E. Connolly 


Finance OfBcer - - _ . .. 


Ariz 




4,600 


Statistics Section 










William P. O'Dav 


Statistician 


Oreg 




3,200 


Personnel Management Sec- 
tion 










PhDip J. Cassilly 


Personnel OfBcer .. j 


Ariz. ... 




4,600 


Opebations Division 










(Vacancy) 










Engineering Section 










Robert W. Parnell 


Senior Engineer 


Ariz 




4,600 


Agriculture Section 










William C. Sharp 


Chief of Agriculture 


Ariz 




4,600 


Motor Transport and Mainte- 
nance Section 










JohnL. Horn 


Equipment Maintenance Supervisor - . 






3,800 


Fire Protection Section 










Frank E. Hon 




Calif. . 




3,800 


Office of the Project Di- 
rector 


Station is Relocation, Ark. 








Ray D. Johnston .. 


Project Director ...... 


Ark 


6th.... 


6,750 


Legal Division 










Leland S. Forrest-.. 


Attorney . . 


Iowa 




4. 600 


Reports Division 










Augustine Smith, Jr 


Reports Officer 


Ark 




3,800 



186 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



War Relocation Authority — 

Continued 

Relocation Division 

Charles B. Price 

Community Management 
Division 

Edward B. Moulton 

Education Section 

Amon G. Thompson 

Internal Security Section 

Bert. D. Clayton 

Welfare Section 

Wilma Van Dueseldorp 

Health Section 

Harry K. Marks. .- — 

Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 

Supply Section 
Claude V. Updegrafl — 

Finance Section 

Ralph E. Estes.. 

Personnel Management 
Section 

Charles B. Sullenger... 

Operations Division 

James F. Rains 

Engineering Section 

James R. Rhyne 

Agriculture Section 

Ben Rives 

Fire Protection Section 

John F. Mailes 

Office of the Project 
Director 

Raymond R. Best- --. 

Legal Division 

Louis M. Noyes 

Reports Division 

Ralph 0. Brown 

Relocation Division 

WUliam K. Holland 



Station is Relocation, Ark 
Relocation Program OflBcer 

Assistant Project Director 

Superintendent of Education 

Chief of Internal Security 

Counselor 

Principal Medical OflQcer 

Supply Officer... 

Finance Officer — 

Personnel Officer 

Assistant Project Director. 

Senior Engineer... 

Farm Superintendent 

Fire Protection Officer 

Station is Newell, Calif. 
Project Director 

Attorney 

Reports Officer... 

Relocation Program Officer 



Ark. 



Ark. 



Ark- 



Ark. 



Ga. 



N. Y. 



Ark. 



Ark. 



Ark- 



Ark. 



Ark. 



Ark. 



Okla. 



Idaho. 



Calif. 



Ariz. 



S. Dak. 



187 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



War Relocation Authority — 

Continued 

CoMMUNiTT Management 
Division 

Martin P. Gunderson 

Education Section 

Kenneth M. Harkness 

Internal Security Section 

J. B. Cook 

Welfare Section 

Francis E. Bagley 

Health Section 

Jack C. Sleath 

Administeative Manage- 
ment Division 

Harry L. Black... 

Supply Section 
Ralph W. Butterfleld 

Finance Section 

Eastman K. Gorton 

Personnel Management 
Section 

Frank D. Fagon 

Operations Division 

(Vacancy) 

Engineering Section 

Charles H. Ricketts 

Agriculture Section 

Wm. T. Jarrett 

Motor Transport and Main- 
tenance Section 

Ted Bulpin 

Fire Protection Section 
Samuel V. Owens 



Station is Newell, Calif. 
Assistant Project Director 



Superintendent of Education. 



Assistant Chief of Internal Security. 



Counselor. 



Principal Medical OfBcer. 



Assistant Project Director. 



Supply Officer. 



Finance Officer. 



Personnel Officer- 



Assistant Project Director. 

Senior Engineer. 

Chief of Agriculture 



Calif. 



S. Dak. 



Equipment and Maintenance Supervisor. 



Fire Protection Officer. 



Kans. 



Oreg. 



Calif. 



Calif. 



Idaho. 



Utah. 



Calif. 



Ga- 



Calif. 



Calif. 



Calif. 



$5, 600 
4,600 
3,800 
3,800 
5,800 

5,600 
4,600 
4^600 

4,600 



5,000 
4,600 

3,800 
3,800 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



SECRETARY 

CLAUDE R. WICKARD, OF INDIANA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Immediate Office of the 
Secretary 



Grover B.Hill 

Charles F. Brannan- 
Thomas J. Flavin.-. 

Carl Hamilton 

W. A. Minor 

Ernst H. Wiecking.. 
George R. Phillips. . 
Edwin C. Johnson.. 



Nathaniel A. Back- 
Jack W. Bain 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Under Secretary of Agriculture 

Assistant Secretary of Agriculture. 
Assistant to the Secretary 

-do. 

.do. 



Land Use Coordinator 

Associate Land Use Coordinator.. 

In Charge, Interdepartmental Land Use Co- 
ordination. 

In Charge, Land Policy Coordination 

Examiner 



Agricultural Research 
Administration 



Office of the Adminis- 
trator 



Phillip V. Cardon... 
William V. Lambert. 
Carl E. Schoenhals--- 

Louise Stanley 

Charles A. Magoon. _ 

Rhett Y. Winters 

Stanley B. Fracker--- 

Gove Hambidge 

Henry W. Marston.. 
H. Kenneth Smoot.. 



Bureau of Agricultural 
AND Industrial Chemis- 
try 



Orville E. May 

Carl F. Speh 

Henry A. Donovan 

David J. Price - 

Cornelius E. Senseman. 

Frank L. Teuton 

Clara E. Preinkert 

Norman E. Jack 



northern regional re- 
search laboratory, PE- 
ORIA, ILL. 

Horace T. Herrick Director 



Agricultural Research Administrator- - 
Assistant Administrator 

Assistant to the Administrator 

Special Assistant to the Administrator, 
do- 



Research Coordinator 

----do 

Publications and Information Coordinator. 

Research Coordinator ,.-. 

Budget Officer 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

do. 

C hemical Engineer 

Chemist 

Head, Information Division 

Head, Administrative Services Division. 
Head, Personnel Division 



Harry E. Roethe. 
Myrtle Mohagen. 
Byron B. Bruner. 



Agricultural Motor Fuels 
Division 

Asger F. Langlykke 

Asger F. Langlykke 

Richard Wiebe 



Technical Assistant to Director. 
Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 



Acting Head 

In Charge, Fermentation Fuels Technology 

Section. 
In Charge. Motor and Fuels Dynamics and 

Technology Section. 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex 

Colo 

Mass 

Iowa 

Oa 

Minn... 
Okla.... 
Minn 



N.J- 
Tex- 



Utah. 
Ind.-: 
N. Y. 

Mo.. 
Md-. 
N. C- 
Wis.. 
Md-. 
D. C. 
Va-.. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Ohio.... 

Wis 

N. Dak. 
Iowa 



Pa. 



1 Salary received as Chemist in Charge, Fermentation Fuels Technology Section. 

(188) 



18th. 
1st.. 
11th. 
3d-.- 
10th. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 

3d-. 
20th. 



1st.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
2d.. 
5th. 
4th.. 
2d.. 
6th. 



Minn... 

Fla 

Mass 

Pa 

Ohio-... 

Tenn 

D. C...- 
D. C... 



7th. 



5th.. 
4th.. 
12th. 
12th. 
20th. 
7th.. 



20th.. 
3d.... 
AtL- 
6th... 



16th.. 
16th.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$10, 000 
9,000 
8,250 
8,000 
8,000 
8,250 
6,500 
7,500 

5,800 
5,600 



9,200 
8,000 
5,800 
7,500 
5,600 
7,000 
6,750 
6,750 
6,750 
5,600 



8,000 
6,750 
6,500 
6,400 
5,800 
5,800 
4,000 
4,000 



7,250 
5,000 
4,800 
3,200 



(') 
4,600 

4,800 



189 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Agricultural Research 
Administration — Continued 










Bureau of Agricultural 
AND Industrial Chemis- 
try— Continued 










NORTHERN REGIONAL RE- 
SEARCH LABORATORY, PE- 
ORIA, ILL. — continued 










Agricultural Residues Division 










Elbert C. Lathrop 


Head 


111 

Wis 

Calif.... 

Ill 


10th... 
8th.... 
7th 

16th 


$6, 000 
4,800 
4,800 

4,800 


Samuel I. Aronovsky 


In Charge, Pulp and Paper Section 


Robert V. Williamson. 

Lester E. Schniepp 


In Charge, Plastics and Building Materials 

Section. 
In Charge, Industrial Chemical Section 


Analytical and Physical 
Chemical Division 








Reid T. Milner 


Head 


Pa 

Calif.... 
Ark 


28th... 
6th._. 
3d 


6,000 
4,800 
3,800 


Eugene H. Melvin 


In Charge, Physical Chemical Section 


Fontaine R. Earle 


.Acting In Charge, Analytical Section 


Commodity Development 
Divisiori 








Joseph H. Shollenberger 


Head 


Pa 


16th... 
6th 


6,000 
5,200 


P. Burke Jacobs 


In Charge, Economics Section 


Engineering and Development 
Division 








Cecil T. Langford 


Head 


Okla.... 
Wash... 
Pa 


5th.... 
6th.... 
12th... 


5.800 
4,800 
3,800 


Warren H. Qoss 


In Charge, Process Development Section 

Acting In Charge, Engineering Design Sec- 
tion. 


Jesse R. Dilley.. 


Fermentation Division 








Robert D. CoghiU ._.. 


Head 


Conn... 
N. C... 
Wash 


3d 

8th.... 
6th.... 
3d 


6,000 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 


Kenneth B. Raper... 


In Charge, Culture Collection Section 


George E. Ward 


In Charge, Survey and Development Section. 
In Charge, Chemistry Section 


Frank H. Stodola ._.. 


Oil and Protein Division 








John C. Cowan 


Head.... 


111 

Ill 

Va 

Wis 

Mont... 


6th.... 
16th-.. 

2d 

8th.... 
2d 


5,600 
3,800 

4,000 
4,800 
4,000 


Howard M. Teeter... 


Acting In Charge, Oil Polymerization Sec- 
tion. 

Acting In Charge, Oil Oxidation Section 

In Charge, Soybean Protein Section 


Arthur J. Lewis 


Allan K. Smith 


Cyril D. Evans 


Acting In Charge, Corn Protein Section 


Starch and Dextrose 
Division 


Guido E. Hilbert 


Head 


Conn... 
W. Va.. 

Iowa 

111.. 


3d 

1st 

6th.... 
19th_.. 


6,200 
4,800 
4,600 
4 600 


CarlE. Rist 


In Charge, Dextrose Conversion Section 

In Charge, Starch Structure Section 


Roy L. Whistler 


Majel M. MacMasters 


In Charge, Starch Granule Section 


Mechanical Services Division 






Thomas L. Bailey, Jr 


Head 


Ga 


6th.-.. 


4 600 


SOUTHERN REGIONAL RE- 
SEARCH LABORATORY, NEW 
ORLEANS, LA. 






Daniel F. J. Lynch 


Director 


Mass 

Mo 

Tex 

Pa 


4th.... 

3d 

6th.... 

nth... 


7.000 
4,600 
4 800 


James A. Kime 


Technical Assistant to Director 


Fred M. Smith 


Business Manager 


Sidney J. Adams 


Assistant Business Manager 


3,300 


Analytical, Physical Chemi- 
cal and Physical Division 




Turner H. Hopper 


Head 


N. Dak. 
N. Y.... 
Conn... 
S. Dak.. 


AtL.. 

24th..- 

1st 

1st..-. 


5,800 
4 800 


John D. Guthrie... 


In Charge, Analytical Section 


Evald L. Skau 


In Charge, Physical Chemical Section 

In Charge, Physics Section. 


5,000 
4,600 


Merrill E . Jefierson 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OmaAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Agricultural Research 
Administration— Continued 










Bureau of Agricultural 
AND Industrial Chemis- 
try — Continued 










southern REGIONAL RE- 










SEARCH LABORATORY, NEW 










ORLEANS, LA.— con. 










Cotton Chemical Finishing 










Division 










James D. Dean . 


Head 

In Charge, Additive Finishing Section 

In Charge, Modified Finishing Section 

Acting In Charge, Testing Section 


Mass 

Ga 

Pa 

111 


1st 

5th_... 
34th... 
20th... 


$5, 800 


Winston B. Strickland 

Charles F. Goldthwait 

Ruby K. Worner 


4,800 
4,800 
3,800 


Cotton Fiber Eesearch 
Division 










Wesley Kyle Ward, Jr_ 

J. David Reid.. 


Head 


D. C . 




5,800 


In Charge, Chemical Properties Section 

In Charge, Physical Properties Section 

In Charge, Colloidal Properties Section 


Wash... 
La 

Md 


5th.... 

2d 

5th.... 


4,600 


Enoch Karrer . . 


5,000 


CarlM. Conrad 


5,000 


Cotton Processing Division 












Head 


S. C 

s. c 

Md 

S. c 


3d 

4th... 
2d 

5th.... 


6,400 


Arthur M. DuPre', Jr 

Charles L. Sens 


In Charge, Survey and Appraisal Section 

In Charge, Processing Machinery and Methods 

Section. 
In Charge, Cotton Products Section 


4,800 
4,800 


John J. Brown 


4,600 


Engineering and Development 
Division 






Head 


La 

Mo 

La 

Okla 


1st.... 
12th..- 
2d 

1st.... 


6,000 


Waldeck F. Guilbeau 

Elisha F. Pollard 


Acting In Charge, Development Section 

Acting In Charge, Chemical Engineering Re- 
search Section. 
Actmg In Charge, Engineering Service Section. 


3,800 
4,000 


Walter W. Haskew... 


3,800 


Oil, Fat and Protein Division 










Klare S Markley 


Head 


N.J 

111 

Nebr.... 
Ill 


5th_.._ 
20th... 

2d 

5th.... 


6,000 


Frank G. Dollear 


Acting In Charge, Oil and Oilseed Research 

Section. 
In Charge, Oil and Oilseed Processing Section. 
Acting In Charge, Protein and Meal Research 

Section. 


4,000 


Alton E. Bailey 


4,600 


Aaron M. Altschul 


3,800 


Sweetpotato Products Division 






Head 


Mass 

Mich 

Oreg 


2d 

6th..._ 
1st..-- 


5, 800 




Acting In Charge, Chemical Section . 


4,000 


Francis H. Thurber 


In Charge, Processing Section 


5,000 


Mechanical Services Division 












Head 


Tex 


12th... 


4,000 


EASTERN REGIONAL RE- 






SEARCH LABORATORY, 










WYNDMOOR, PA. 












Director 


Wash... 

Oreg 

Pa 

N.J 


5th...- 

ist 

1st...- 
4th-..- 


7,000 




Assistant Director 


5,800 


George P Wolf 


Business Manager 


4,800 


Paul K. Knierim 


Assistant Business Manager 


3,300 


Analytical and Physical 
Chemical Division 










Michael J. Copley 


Head 


ni 

N. Y..._ 

N. Y.... 
Colo.... 
Mass.... 


19th— 
3(ith-. 
37 th— 

3d 

8th...- 


6,000 


Charles 0. Willits 


In Charge, Analytical Chemical Section 

Acting In Charge, Physical Chemical Section. 
In Charge, Physics Section 


4, 600 


George C. Nutting 


3,800 




5,000 


James F. Couch 


In Charge, Tobacco Section 


5,000 



191 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Agricultural Research 
Administration— Continued 










Bureau of Agricultural 
ANU Industrial Chemis- 
try— Continued 










EASTERN REGIONAL RE- 










SEARCH LABORATORY, 










WYNDMOOR, PA.— con. 










Biochemical Division 










John J. Willaman 


Head 


Pa 

Tenn.... 

Pa 

Pa 


9th.... 
1st.... 
9th.... 
8th 


$6,000 
5,000 
4,800 
4,600 


Hugh H. Mottern 


In Charge, Apple Utilization Section . .. 


Charles F. Woodward 

Edward O. Kelley 


In Charge, Tobacco Utilization Section 

In Charge, Vegetable UtOization Section 


Carbohydrate Division 








I>ee T. Smith . . 


Head 


N. J-... 
Mass 

N. Y..-. 


5th ... 
11th... 

9th. 


6, 000 
5. 000 

4,600 


Charles H. FLsher 


In Charge, Organic Acids and Derived Prod- 
ucts Section. 

In Charge, White Potato Starch and Derived 
Products Section. 


Elias YanoTsky 


Chemical Engineering and 
Development Division 


Roderick K. Eskew 


Head 


N. J.... 
N. J-... 

Va 

Pa 


7th.... 
fith.... 
8th.... 
7 th 


5,800 
4,800 
5,200 
5, 400 


George W. M. Phillips 

Ernest G. Beinhart 

Clifford S. Redfleld 


In Charge, Chemical Engineering Section 

In Charge, Tobacco Technology Section. _ 

In Charge, Design Section. 


Hides, Tanning Materials and 
Leather Division 








Jerome S. Rogers 


Head 


N. Y.... 


38th... 
6th 


5,600 
4 000 


Ira D. Clarke.. ... 


Acting In Charge, Hides and Skins Section 


Oil and Fat Division 










Waldo C. Ault 


Head 


Pa 

111.. 

IlL. 


8th.... 
19th... 
21st... 


5,800 
5 000 


John T. Scanlan.. . . 


In Charge, Chemical Modification Section 

In Charge, Composition and Quality Section.. 


Roy W. Riemenschneider 


4,800 


Protein Division 










Richard W. Jackson.. 


Head 


N. Y_... 
W. Va.. 

Mont... 
Mass 

Calif 


9th.... 
2d 

1st.... 
13th._. 

8th 


6,000 
4, 600 

3, 800 
4,800 

3.800 


Sam R. Hoover 

Robert F. Peterson 

Thomas L. McMeekin 

William G. Gordon 


In Charge, Denaturation and Hydrolysis Sec- 
tion. 

Acting In Charge, Plastics and Fiber Section . 

In Charge, Production and Purification Sec- 
tion. 

Acting in Charge, Protein Structure Section 


Mechanical Services Division 








Edward J. O'SuUivan 


Head 


Pa 


8th.... 


4,800 


WESTERN REGIONAL RE- 






SEARCH LABORATORY, 










ALBANY, CALIF. 










Theodore L. Swenson 


Director- 


Wash... 
CaUf.... 
S Dak 


2d 

9th.... 
1st 


7,000 
5,000 
4 800 


Ray H. Nageh. 


Technical Assistant to Director 


Alert P. Aanestad 


Business Manager 


Biochemical Division 










Howard D. Lightbody 


Head___ 


Pa. 

W. Va... 
Wash... 


32d.... 
Cth.... 
5th.... 
5th 


6,000 
f- 000 


Hans Lineweaver 


In Charge, Enzyme Section., 

In Charge, Industrial Microbiology Section... 
In Charge, Pharmaceutical Section 


Irvin C. Feustel 


4,800 
4,800 


Harry L. Fe void.. 


Commodity Byproducts 
Division 








Louis B. Howard 


Head.. 


111. 

Nebr.... 
D. C 


8th.... 
1st.... 


5,800 
4,800 
4,600 


W. Dayton Maclay 


In Charge, Carbohydrate Section 


John R. Matchett 


In Charge, Juice, Flavor and Miscellaneous 

Byproducts Section. 
In Charge, Oil, Fat, and Wax Section 


Ernest B. Kester 


Pa 


30th... 


5,000 



192 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Agricultural Research 

Administration— Continued 

Bureau of Agricultural 
AND Industrial Chemis- 
try— Continued 

WESTERN regional RE- 
SEARCH LABORATORY, 
ALBANY, CALIF.— con. 

Commodity Processing 
Division 

Robert P. Straka^ 

Daniel G. Sorber 

Horace Campbell 

Robert P. Straka 

James A. Berry 

Engineering and Development 
Division 

Wallace B. VanArsdel 

Arthur L. Pitman 

William D. Ramage 

George T. Hemmeter ._. 

Physico-Chemical and 
Analytical Division 

Charles H. Kunsman- 

Kenneth T . Williams 

Fred B. Stitt 

Kenneth J. Palmer 

Protein Division 

George H. Brother 

Harold P. Lundgren 

Harold S. Olcott.. _-.. 

George H. Brother 

Mechanical Services Division 

Philip L. Blake 

fruit AND VEGETABLE AND 
PHARMACOLOGY LABORA- 
TORIES 



Floyd DeEds 

Elmer A. Beavens., 
Alfred M. Neubert. 



AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL RE- 
SEARCH division, new 

ORLEANS, LA. 



Lawrence F. Martin. 

Harlow H.Hall 

Charles A. Fort 



official TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Joseph A. Ambler 

Matthew K. Veldhuis. 
Robert S. McKinney.. 

Emil K. Ventre 

Raiford L. Holmes 

Royal T. Balch 

Walter T. Schreiber 

John L. Etchells 

Walter C. Scott.. 



Acting Head 

In Charge, Fruit Section -.. 

In Charge, Vegetable Section 

In Charge, Poultry Section 

In Charge, Microbiology and Service Section 



Head.... 

In Charge, Chemical Engineering Section... 

In Charge, Industrial Analysis Section 

In Charge, Mechanical Engineering Section. 



Head 

In Charge, Analytical Section 

Acting in Charge, Physical Chemical Section. 
Acting in Charge, Physical Section 



Acting Head 

Acting in Charge, Structural and Characteri- 
zation Section. 
In Charge, Preparative and Organic Section. 
In Charge, Utilization and Processing Section 



Legal residence 



State 



In Charge, Pharmacology Laboratory, 
Albany, Calif. 

In Charge of Station, Los Angeles, Calif 

In Charge of Station, Pullman, Wash 



Head 

In Charge, Microbiology Section 

Acting In Charge, Sugars and Saccharine 

Products Section. 
Acting In Charge, Miscellaneous Carbo- 
hydrates Section. 

In Charge of Station, Winter Haven, Fla. 

In Charge of Station, Gainesville, Fla 

In Charge of Station, Baton Rouge, La 

In Charge of Station, Bogalusa, La 

In Charge of Station, Ilouma, La. 

In Charge of Station, Auburn, Ala 

In Charge of Station, Raleigh, N. C 

In Charge of Station, Weslaco, Tex 



Md... 
Mass.. 
Wash. 
Md... 
Wash. 



N. H .. 
W. Va_ 
Calif... 
Md.... 



N. Y.. 
Wash. 
Ind... 
Mo... 



Mass. 
Wis.. 



Pa... 
Mass. 



Mass... 



Calif.... 



D. C. 

Wash. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



La 

Mich 

Tenn.... 

Conn 

Mont... 
Ohio..-. 

La 

Miss 

Mich 

Ala 

Mich 

Tex 



5th.. 
1st.. 
3d... 
5th.. 
3d.., 



2d.. 
6th- 
7th. 
2d.- 



5th.. 
1st.. 
7th- 
12th. 



6th. 
2d-. 



33d. 
6th. 



7th-... 



6th. 
4th'. 



6th.. 
6th.. 
10th. 

2d... 

2d-.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
3d... 
3d... 
7th.. 
1st.. 



2 Salary received as Chemist in Charge, Poultry Section. 

3 Salary received as Chemist in Charge, Utilization, and Processing Section. 



193 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





official title and STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Agriculturri Research 
Administration — Continued 










Bureau of Agricultural 
AND Industrial Chemis- 
try— Continued 










ALLERGEN RESEARCH 
DIVISION 










Henry Stevens 


Head 


D. C 




$6, 000 

4,800 

* 2 025 


Joseph R. Spies 


In Charge, Laboratory Research. 


S. Dak.. 
D. C 


1st 


Harry S. Bernton 


In Charge, Clinical Studies 


EMERGENCY RUBBER IN- 
VESTIGATIONS, SALINAS, 
CALIF. 










Francis Macdonald .. 


In Charge 


Md 

Pa 

Ala 


6th.... 
17th... 
6th 


5 800 


Edwin P. Jones 


In Charge, Latex Recovery Research 

In Charge, Pilot Plant Operation 


5 800 


James M. Cumming . 


3,800 


ENZYME AND PHYTOCHEM- 
ISTRY RESEARCH DIVISION, 
ALBANY, CALIF. 








Arnold K. Balls 


Head Chemist ... .. . 


Pa 

Colo 


7th_... 
2d 


6 750 


Walters. Hale 


In Charge, Enzyme Research Section 


4 800 


MICROBIOLOGY RESEARCH DI- 
VISION, WYNDMOOR, PA. 










Vernon H. McFarlane 


Acting Head . 


Wash... 


1st 


4,600 


NAVAL STORES RESEARCH 
DIVISION, NEW ORLEANS, 
LA. 




Ismond E. Knapp 


Head 


Miss 

Pa 

Ala 

Ga 


6th.... 
29th... 
8th_... 

2d .... 


5, 600 


Leo A. Goldblatt 


In Charge, Fundamental Research Section 

Acting In Charge, Technological Research 

Section. 
In Charge of Station, Olustec, Fla 


4,600 
3,800 

5,200 


Ray V. Lawrence 

George P. Shingler 


BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE CHEM- 
ICAL COMPOUNDS, BELTS- 
VILLE, MD. 










George W. Irving, Jr 


In Charge 


N. Y 


18th 


4,600 


SYNTHETIC LIQXnD FUELS 
PROJECT, PEORIA, ILL. 








John W. Dunning . 


do 


Tex 


8th. .. 


3,800 


Bureau of Animal 
Industry 










OFFICE OF THE CHIEF 










Arthur W. Miller 


Chief .. 


Mo 

Maine.. 

Iowa 

N.J 


5th.... 

2d 

1st.... 
4th.... 


8 000 


Hugh C. MePhee... 


Assistant Chief 


(') 


Severin O. Fladness 


do . 


(9) 


Paul E. Howe 


....do 


o 


BUSINESS administration 




John R. Cohran 


Business Manager 


Ky 

Colo 


6th.... 
1st 


6,000 
4,600 


Norris A. Olmstead 


Assistant Business Manager 


Budget and Fiscal Section 








Verne H. Eastman 


Chief... 


Colo.... 


1st.... 


3.800 



< Employed on part-time basis. 

' Salary received as Chief, Animal Husbandry Division. 

' Salary received as Chief, Field Inspection Division. 

' Salary received as Chemist, Beltsvllle, Md. (on military furlough). 



194 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAMK 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Agricultural Research 

Administration— Continued 










BxjREATJ OF Animal 
Industry— Continued 










BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION— 

continued 










Mails and Files Seclion 










John B. Clarke 


Chief 


Va 


8th.... 


$2,600 


Personnel Section 






Isabel Allen 


do 


Iowa 


3d 


3,800 


Property and Supplies Section 






Charles D. Allen . 


do - 


Pa 


12th.. _ 


3,200 


ANIMAL HUSBANDRY DIVISION 






Hush C. McPhee 


do 


Maine.. 

Ind 

Pa 


2d 

2d 

33d...- 


6,750 


William Jackson 


Assistant Chief . ... 


5,000 


Thomas H. Bartilson 


Assistant Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, 
Md.). 


4,800 


Beef and Dual-Purpose 
Catlle 










William H. Black 


Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md.)- 


Iowa 


8th...- 


5,200 


Swine 










John H. Zeller 


do -.- 


Pa 


22d.... 


5,000 


Sheep, Goats, and Animal 
Fibers 






Damon A. Spencer „ 


Chief 


Okla -- 


5th. . 


5,200 


Horses and Mules 










Sanford R. Speelman 


Acting Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md.)-- 


Ohio 


2d 


3,600 


Poultry 










Theodore C. Byerly 


Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md)— 


Md ... 


5th 


5,600 


Nutrition 










Paul E. Howe 


do - 


N.J 

Wis 


4th-... 
3d 


8 5, 800 


Ned R. Ellis. 


Acting Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md.)-- 


5,600 


Genetics 










Ralph W. Phillips 


Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md.) 


Md 


6th.... 


4,800 


Meat 










Orville G. Hankins.. 


do—- 


La 


5th.... 


5,200 


Certification of Pedigrees 








Chief . 


D. C. 




2,800 


FIELD INSPECTION DIVISION 










Severin 0. Fladness.. 


.- do .'.. 


Iowa 

Colo 


1st 

2d 


6,500 




Assistant Chief 


4,600 


INFORMATION DIVISION 










Dallas S. Burch.. . . 


Chief 


Wis 

Wash... 


4th.... 
1st.— 


5,600 


Ralph Erskine 


Assistant Chief 


3,800 



' On military furlough. 



195 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Agricultural Research 

Administration— Continued 



Bureau of Animal 
iNDUSTRy— Continued 



INTERSTATE INSPECTION 
DIVISION 



William M. MacKellar. 
Rudolph Snyder 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 



PATHOLOGICAL DIVISION 



Harry W. Schoening. 

Leigh T. Giltner 

Robert R. Henley 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



N. Y. 
Iowa. 



Pa... 

N. Y. 
Va... 



TUBERCULOSIS ERADICATION 
DIVISION 



Alexander E. Wight- 
Elmer Lash 

William F. Biles 



Chief 

Assistant Chief- 
do 



DIVISION OF VIRUS-SERUM 
CONTROL 

Don I. Skidmore 

Robert E. Holm 

ZOOLOGICAL DmsiON 

Benjamin Schwartz 

Emmett W. Price 

FIELD HEADQUARTERS 

In Charge of Animal Hus- 
bandry Field Stations 



William A. Craft.. 

CarlG. Potts 

Clement D. Gordon 

Julius E. Nordby 

Berley Winton 

James O. Grandstaff... 

Burt W. Heywang 

Albert O. Rhoad 

John O. Williams 

James R. Quesen berry. 



Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md.) 

Assistant Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, 
Md.). 



Chief . 

Assistant Chief (headquarters, Beltsville, Md.) 



Mass. 
Mo._. 
Kans. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Ark. 

Md. 



Director, Ames, Iowa 

Chief, Beltsville, Md 

Chief, Brooksville, Fla 

Director, Dubois, Idaho 

Director, East Lansing, Mich. 
Chief, Ft. Wingate, N. Mex... 

Chief, Glendale, Ariz 

Chief, Jeanerette, La 

Chief, Middlebury, Vt 

Chief, Miles City, Mont 



In Charge of Field Inspection 
Stations 



Frederick L. Schneider.. 

Owen L. Lockwood 

William A. McDonald.. 

Fred C. Driver 

Fred F. Fischer 

Ellery M. Aldrich 

Chester R. Perkins 

Roger D. Hyde 

John C. pace 

Howard M. Newton 

William I. Bowersox 

John Dickson 

Albert E. Montgomery. 

Albert J. DeFosset 

Edgar Heiny 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Baltimore, Md 

Baton Rouge, La 

Bismarck, N. Dak 

Boise, Idaho 

Boston, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Calais, Maine 

El Centro, Calif 

Charleston, W. Va 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Denver, Colo... 



Okla.. 
Ohio.. 
Ala... 
Idaho. 
Mo... 
Ohic- 
Pa...- 
La.... 
Colo., 
lowa.- 



N. Mex. 
D. C... 

Mo 

Ind 

Mo 

Pa 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
Calif-.-. 
Ohio.... 

Mo 

111 

Ohio.... 
Ohio.... 
Colo.... 



' Salary paid entirely by Department of Interior. 

'» Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Tuberculosis Eradication Division. 
" Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Interstate Inspection Division. 
12 Per diem; not to exceed $1,500 per annum. 



5th. 
3d.. 



4th.. 
37th. 
2d... 



13th. 
5th.. 
3d... 



7th.. 
14th. 



3d.. 
6th. 



5th_... 
11th... 

3d 

1st 

2d 

15th... 
21st... 

3d 

2d 

7th.... 



AtL- 



7th... 
4th... 
2d.... 
18th.. 
42d... 
37th.. 
nth., 
nth-. 
5th... 
3d.... 
2d.... 
12th.. 
Ist... 



$6,000 
5,000 



6,500 
5,600 
5,200 



6,200 
5,000 
4,800 



6,200 
5,200 



6,000 
5,000 



6,000 

4,400 

3,800 

6,000 

5,800 

(») 

3,800 

4,400 

3,800 

5,200 



5,200 

(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 

(») 
3,300 
12 7. 50 

(10) 
(10) 

(") 
(") 

(10) 
(10) 



654092—45- 



-14 



196 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Agricultural Research 
Administration — Continued 

Bureau of Animal 
INUUSTRY— Continued 

FIELD HEADQUARTERS — COn. 

In Charge of Field Inspection 
Stations—Con. 



John A. Barger 

Alpha E. Wardlow 

Howard L. Darby 

Emery E. Coshow 

John B. Reidy 

Gordon W. Cronen 

Edwin L. Miller 

Walter A. Sullivan 

Hartwell Robbins 

Thomas H. Applewhite- 
Ernie C. Hughes 

Thurston W. Haller 

Clark n. Hays 

James W. Murdoch 

Earl J. Meixel 

Isaac H. Kaufman 

Truman W. Cole 

Clarence O. Benson 

CarlH. Fauks 

James C. Exline 

Frederick S. Hope 

Neil Plank 

Herman T. Ludwig 

Samuel B. Foster 

Seaborn H. Still 

H. Sydnor Miller 

John W. Casey 

Hugh Max O'Rear 

Clifton C. Logan 

Fordyce H. Melvin 

William C. Dye 

Edward E. Maas 

James A. Zimmerman... 

Abner K. Kuttler 

William E. Logan .- 



In Charge of Interstate 
Inspection Field Stations 



Walter C. Dendinger 

Owen L. Lockwood 

William A. McDonald- - 

Fred C. Driver 

Fred F. Fischer 

Chester R. Perkins 

John Dickson 

Albert E. Montgomery. 

Arthur L. Brueckner 

Walter K. Lewis 

Albert J. DeFosset- 

Edgar Heiny 

John A. Barger.- --. 

Howard L. Darby 

Emery E. Coshow 

Walter A. Sullivan 

Hartwell Robbins 

Thomas H. Applewhite. 

Ernie C. Hughes 

C harles A . Jerome 

Henry S. Weber. 

Clark H. Hays- -... 



Chief, Des Moines, Iowa 

Chief, El Paso, Tex 

Chief, Fort Worth, Tex 

Chief, Frankfort, Ky 

Chief, Harrisburg, Pa 

Chief, Helena, Mont 

Chief, Houlton, Maine 

Chief, Indianapolis, Ind 

Chief, Jackson, Miss 

Chief, Jacksonville, Fla 

Chief, Jefferson City, Mo 

Chief, LaFnrgeville, N. Y 

Chief, Lansing, Mich 

Chief, Lincoln, Nebr 

Chief, New Orleans, La 

Chief, Newport, Vt 

Chief, New York, N. Y. - 

Chief, Ogdensburg, N. Y 

Chief, Oklahoma City, Okla.. 

Chief, Olvmpia, Wash 

Chief, Philadelphia. Pa 

Chief, Pierre. S. Dak 

Chief, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Chief, Portland, Oreg 

Chief, Reno, Nev 

Chief, Richmond, Va 

Chief, Rouses Point, N. Y 

Chief, Sacramento, Calif 

Chief, St. Albans, Vt 

Chief, Salt Lake City, Utah... 

Chief, San Antonio, Tex 

Chief, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

Chief, Spokane, Wash 

Chief, Springfield, 111 

Chief, Topeka, Kans 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief. 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



-Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore, Md 

Baton Rouge, La.-. 
Bismarck, N. Dak- 
Boise, Idaho 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio... 
College Park, Md.. 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ohio 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, lowa.. 

Ft. Worth, Tex 

Frankfort, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind... 

Jackson, Miss 

Jacksonville, Fla... 
Jcflerson City, Mo. 
Kansas City, Mo... 

Lancaster, Pa 

Lansing, Mich 



Nebr-... 


4th.... 


Ohio.... 


12th... 


D. C 




Ind 


6th-.- 


N. Y.... 


37th... 


Nebr .. 




Maine. . 


2d 


Ill 


1st-.-. 


Ala 


2d 


Ind 


4th..-- 


Ark 


2d 


N. Y.... 


32d-... 


Ohio..- 


12th... 


Kans 


2d 


La 


1st 


Pa- 


14th... 


Tex 


4th_... 


N. Y-.. 


21st-.- 


Minn . . . 


11th... 


Colo.-.- 


2d 


Pa 


6th.... 


Nebr..-. 


4th-..- 


Pa 


16th..- 


Oreg 


3d 


Ala 


5th-.. 


Va 


7th.... 


Ga 




Ind 


6th.... 


Iowa 


1st...- 


D. C 




Okla.... 


7th-... 


Colo 


1st-..- 


Wash... 


5th.... 


Calif- --- 


2d 


Colo.... 


1st-..- 



Mo 


4th.... 


D. C... 




Mo 


7th.-.- 


Ind 


4th.... 


Mo 


2d 


N. Y-.- 


42d-... 


111 


3d 


Ohio.... 


2d 


Md 


6th.... 


S. C— 


3d 


Ohio 


12th... 


Colo 


1st 


Nebr 


4th.-.. 


D. C... 




Ind 


6th.... 


Ill 


1st 


Ala 


2d 


Ind 


4th.... 


Ark 


1st 


Nebr..-. 


1st.... 


Mass — 


9th --. 


Ohio.... 


12th... 



1" Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Tuberculosis Eradication Division. 
1' Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Interstate Inspection Division. 
" Per diem. 
'< Salary paid entirely by State agency. 



197 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Agricultural Research 
Administration — Continued 

Bureau of Animal 
Industry— Continued 

FIELD HEADQUARTERS— con. 

In Charge of Interstate 
Inspection Field Stations— Con 

James VV. Murdoch _ 

Allen W. Eice. 

Guy Bard 

James S. Healy 

Byron N. Lauderdale.. . 

Hugh L. Fry. 

Joseph S. Jenison 

Earl J. Meixel 

Truman W. Cole 

Carl H. Fauks 

James C. Exline 

Edwin L. Peck 

Frederick S. Hope 

Neil Plank 

Herman T. Ludwig 

Samuel B. Foster 

Adam A. Husman 

H. Sydnor Miller 

Hugh Max O'Rear. 

Fordyce H. Melvin 

William C. Dye 

Edward E. Maas 

Perry Zenor . 

Fred C. Mau 

Henry L. Rae _ 

James A. Zimmerman 

Abner K. Kuttler 

William E. Logan 

In Charge of Pathological Lab- 
oratories and Field Stations 

Clarence Q. Cole. 

Bennett T. Simms 

A. B. Crawford 

John S. Bengston.. 

George W. Stiles 

Berley Winton... 

Ward T. Huflfman. 

In Charge of Tuberculosis 
Eradication Field Stations 

Harry B. Leonard.. 

Frederick L. Schneider 

Walter C. Dendinger 

Bert J. Cady... 

Owen L. Lockwood.. 

William A. McDonald 

Fred C. Driver.... 

Fred F. Fischer 

Ellery M. Aldrich 

Howard M . Newton 

William I. Bowersox 

Walter K. Lewis 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, Lincoln, Nebr 

Chief, Little Rock, Ark 

Chief, Louisville, Ky 

Chief, Madison, Wis 

Chief, Montgomery, Ala 

Chief, Nashville, Term 

Chief, National Stock Yards, III 

Chief, New Orleans, La 

Chief, New York, N. Y 

Chief, Oklahoma City, Okla.... 

Chief, Olympia, Wash 

Chief, Omaha, Nebr 

Chief, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chief, Pierre, S. Dak 

Chief, Pittsburgh, Pa.. 

Chief, Portland, Oreg 

Chief, Raleigh, N. C 

Chief, Richmond, Va 

Chief, Sacramento, Calif 

Chief, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Chief, San Antonio, Tex 

Chief, San Juan, Puerto Rico. . . 

Chief, Sioux City, Iowa 

Chief, So. St. Joseph, Mo 

Chief, So. St. Paul, Minn 

Chief, Spokane, Wash 

Chief, Springfield, 111 

Chief, Topeka, Kans 



Chief, Ames, Iowa 

Director, Auburn, Ala 

Chief, Beltsville, Md 

Chief, Chicago, 111 

Chief, Denver, Colo 

Director, East Lansing, Mich 
Chief, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 



Chief, Albany, N. Y 

Chief, Albuerque, N. Mex 

Chief, .Atlanta, Ga 

Chief, Augusta, Maine 

Chief, Baltimore, Md 

Chief, Baton Rouge, La... 
Chief, Bismarck, N. Dak. 

Chief, Boise, Idaho... 

Chief, Boston, Mass 

Chief, Charleston, W. Va. 

Chief, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Chief, Columbia, S. C 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Dak. 
Wash... 
Calif.... 
Colo... 



Iowa 

Oreg 

N. Y.... 

Ill 

Okla.... 

Mo 

Ohio.... 



Kans 


2d 


Ohio 


6th...- 


Ky 


3d 


111 


10th-. . 


Ala 


5th.... 


Pa 


16th... 


N. Y... 


43d.-.. 


La 


1st..-. 


Tex 


•4th..-. 


Minn 




Colo 


2d 


Nebr-... 


2d..... 


Pa 


6th.... 


Nebr.... 


4th.--. 


Pa 


16th-.. 


Oreg 


3d 


N. Y.... 


11th. .- 


Va 


7th.... 


Ind 


6th.-.. 


D. C ... 




Okla.... 


7th.... 


Colo 


1st 


Iowa... 


9th.--. 


Ill 


3d 



Ohio. 



N. Mex. 
Mo 

N. Y...- 
D. C . - 


At L.. 

4th. ... 
37th... 


Mo 

Ind 

Mo 

Pa 


7th...- 
4th...- 

2d 

18th_.- 


Ohio.... 


11th... 


Mo 


5th.... 


S.C .... 


3d 



Cong. 
Dist. 



-\t L- 
5th... 
2d.-. 
1st... 



6th _. 
1st.. 
36th. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
2d... 
5th_. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



(10) 
(10) 

$3,300 

(10) 
(10) 
(10) 

3,800 
3,300 

(D) 
(10) 
(10) 

3,800 
3,300 

(10) 

3,300 

(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(10) 
(15) 

/18 3, 400 
1+1,200 
3,400 
3,300 
3,800 
3,300 

(10) 
(10) 



3,800 

(") 

5,000 

3,800 

4,200 

(18) 

4,200 



f '» 4, 000 
l+l, 200 
(") 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 

/'• 3, yoo 

I +300 

3,800 

/>» 2, 700 

1+2, 300 



'" Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Tuberculosis Eradication Division. 
" Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Field Inspection Division. 

i« Federal salary plus income from cooperating agency plus 25 percent differential for Puerto Rican 
service. 
1^ Salary received as Director, Regional Animal Disease Research Laboratory, Auburn, Ala. 
" Salary received as Director, Regional Poultry Research Laboratory, East Lansing, Mich. 
'» Federal salary plus income from State or other cooperating agency. 



198 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Agricultural Research 
Administration — Continued 

Bureau of Animal 
Industry— Continued 

FIELD HEADQUARTERS— con. 

In Charge of Tuberculosis 

Eradication Field Stations — 

Continued 

Albert J. DeFosset 

Edgar Heiny 

John A. Barger 

Howard L. Darby 

Emery E. Coshow 

John B. Reidy.-- 

Robert L. Smith 

Gorden W. Cronen 

Walter A. Sullivan... 

Hartwell Robbins 

Thomas H. Applewhite 

Ernie C. Hughes 

Clark H. Hays 

James W. Murdoch 

Allen W. Rice 

James S. Healy 

Byron L. Lauderdale. 

Nathan H. Howlett 

Hugh L. Fry 

Carl H. Fauks 

James C. Exline 

Neil Plank 

Samuel B. Foster 

Adam A. Husman 

Seaborn H. Still... 

H. Sydnor Miller 

Hugh Max O'Rear.. 

Warren J. Fretz 

Fordyce H. Melvin 

Edward E. Maas 

Abner K. Kuttler 

William E. Logan 

James R. Porteus 

In Charge of Virus-Serum 
Control Field Stations 



Charles A. Klein 

George P. Rebold 

Robert Thumann 

Henry Tornow 

Edward T. Marsh 

DeLois G. Tepfer 

Ernest E. Lollar 

Leslie B. Vermillion.. 

FredN. Elwell 

Earl H. Carter.. 

Frederick A. Grenfell. 

Joseph S. Clark 

Carl V. Metcalf 

Charles Walter 

James F. Park 



In Charge of Zoological 
Field Stations 



Harry E. Kemper. . 
O. Wilford Olsen... 
Bennett T. Simms. 
Emmett W. Price.. 

Rex W. Allen 

John S. Andrews... 



Chief, Columbus, Ohio 

Chief, Denver, Colo 

Chief, Des Moines, Iowa 

Chief, Fort Worth, Tex 

Chief, Frankfort, Ky 

Chief, Harrisburg, Pa 

Chief, Hartford, Conn 

Chief, Helena, Mont 

Chief, Indianapolis, Ind 

Chief, Jackson, Miss 

Chief, Jacksonville, Fla 

Chief, Jefferson City, Mo 

Chief, Lansing, Mich 

Chief, Lincoln, Nebr 

Chief, Little Rock, Ark 

Chief, Madison, Wis ._ 

Chief, Montgomery, Ala 

Chief, Montpelier, Vt 

Chief, Nashville, Tenn 

Chief, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Chief, Olympia, Wash 

Chief, Pierre, S. Dak 

Chief, Portland, Oreg 

Chief, Raleigh, N. C 

Chief, Reno, Nev 

Chief, Richmond, Va 

Chief, Sacramento, Calif 

Chief, St. Paul, Minn 

Chief, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 
Chief, San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Chief, Springfield, 111 

Chief, Topeka, Kans 

Chief, Trenton, N. J 



Chief, Albany, Ga 

Chief, Berkeley, CaliL... 
Chief, Columbus, Ohio... 

Chief, Denver, Colo. 

Chief, East St. Louis, 111. 
Chief, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
Chief, Fort Worth, Tex.. 
Chief, Kansas Citv, Kan 
Chief, Okmulgee, Okla... 

Chief, Omaha, N ebr 

Chief, Pearl River, N. Y. 

Chief, St. Joseph, Mo 

Chief, Sioux City, Iowa.. 
Chief, Topeka, Kans _ . 
Chief, West Plains, Mo. 



Chief, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Chief, Angleton, Tex 

Director, Auburn, Ala. 

Chief, Beltsville, Md 

Chief, Chicago, 111. 

Chief, Tifton, Ga 



Ohio.... 
Colo.... 

Nebr 

D. C_... 

Ind 

N. Y.... 

Nebr 

Nebr 

111 

Ala 

Ind 

Ark 

Ohio.... 

Kars 

Ohio.... 

Ill 

Ala 

Pa 

Pa 

Minn... 
Colo.... 
Nebr.... 

Oreg 

N. Y_... 

Ala 

Va 

Ind 

Pa...... 

D. C... 

Colo 

Calif.... 
Colo.... 
N. Y... 



Ohio... 
Ohio... 

Iowa 

Mo 

Mo 

Kans 

Ind.:.-. 

Ill 

Iowa 

Ohio... 
D. C... 
N. Y.... 

Mo 

Okla... 
Ala 



12th.. 
1st... 
4th... 



6th.. 
37th. 



1st.. 
2d... 
4th.. 
2d._. 
12th. 
2d._- 
6th.. 
10th. 
5th.. 
22d.. 
16th_ 



2d_.. 
4th.. 
3d... 
11th. 
5th._ 
7th.. 
6th. _ 
8th.. 



1st.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 



2d... 
2d... 
5th.. 
8th.. 
6th.. 
5th.. 
7th _. 
19th. 
7th.. 
9th.. 



Kans 

Minn... 
Oreg.... 

Md 

in. 

Ind 



23d.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
8th.. 



5th.. 
3d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
18th. 
10th. 



n Salary received as Inspector in Charge, Interstate Inspection Division. 



199 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Qist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Agricultural Research 
Administration— Continued 

Bureau of Daiky Industry 

office of the chief 



OllieE. Reed 

Ernest Kelly - 

John M. Kemper.. 
Leo S. Richardson. 



Chief. 

Assistant to the Chief (Research). 
Assistant to the Chief 

Head, Section of Information 



Division o] AdministTation 
JohnM. Kemper 



Head- 



Division o] Dairy Research 
Laboratories 



George E. Holm... 
Earle O. Whittier. 



do 

Assistant Head. 



Division of Dairy Cattle 
Breeding, Feeding and 
Management 

Roy R. Graves 



Head- 



Division of Dairy Hvrd Im- 
provement Investigations 

J. Frank Kendrick 



.do. 



Division of Nutrition and 
Physiology 



Charles A. Cary... 
Ralph E. Hodgson. 



Head, Beltsville, Md 

Assistant Head, Beltsville, Md. 



Dairy Experiment Stations 

Thomas W. Moseley 

David V. Kopland 

Robert F. Qaalaas.. , 

Archie G. Van Horn 

A. Liddon Watt... 



Charles W. Mclntyre. 
Rudolph E. Leighton. 



Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Beltsville, 

Md. 
Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Huntley, 

Mont. 
Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Jeanerette, 

La. 
Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Lewisburg, 

Term. 
Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Mandan, 

N. Dak. 

Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Oakwood, 

Mo. 
Dairy Husbandman In Charge, Woodward, 

Okla. 



Sandhill Experiment Station 



James A. Riley 

Samuel L. Cathcart. 



Coastal Plain Experiment 
Station 

Charles T. Dearing 

Earl W. Faires 



Superintendent, Columbia, S. C 

Dairy Husbandman, In Charge of Dairy 
Work, Columbia, S. C. 



Superintendent, Willard, N. C 

Dairy Husbandman In Charge of Dairy 
Work, Willard, N. C. 



Mich. 
N. J.. 

Ky._. 

Mirm 

Ky... 

Minn 
DeL- 



Oreg 



Ohio. 



Ill 

Wash. 



Mont... 
S. Dak_. 

La 

Kans... 
N. Dak_ 

Mo.. 
Okla. 



S. C. 
S. C. 



6th. 
7th. 
5th. 
1st. 



5th.... 



3d-.. 
AtL. 



rth.... 



1st. 
6th _ 



2d.. 
2d.. 
3d.. 
1st. 
3d.. 



N. C... 
N.C.... 



1st. 
5th. 



2d. 
2d. 

3d. 
9th 



$9,000 
6.000 
5,200 
5,000 



(20) 



6,500 
5,600 



6,400 



5,600 



6,500 
5,800 



4,600 

3,300 

2,700 

3,800 

3,200 

/'» 2, 500 
I -f400 
/'»2,650 
\ +250 



ri« 2, 000 

L+ 1,240 

3,100 



(21) 

3,200 



" Federal salary plus income from State or other cooperating agency. 

2" No additional compensation. 

'1 Cooperative employee. Federal portion of salary paid by Bureau of Plant Industry. 



200 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Agricultural Research 
Administration — Continued 

Bureau of Entomology 
AND Plant Quarantine 

Office of the Chief 

Percy N. Annand 

Avery S. Hoyt 

Sievert A. Rohwer 

Fred C. Bishopp 

William L. Popham 

Frank H. Spencer 

Bernard Connor 



William F. Leffler. 



Scientific and Control 
Divisions 

Gilbert A. Haeussler 

Curtis P. Clausen 



Delos L. Van Dine 

Clyde M. Packard 

Robey W. Harned 

William H. White 

Walter E. Dove 

Carl F. W. Muesebeck. 

Curtis P. Clausen 

Ernest R. Sasscer 

Bevy M. Qaddis 



James F. Martin. 



Frank C. Craighead. 
James I. Hambleton. 

Ruric C. Roark 

Erie G. Brewer 



Lev F. Curl. 



Ralph A. Sheals. 
Paul A. Hoidale. 



Arthur C. Baker.. 
Claude Wakeland. 



Chief 

Associate Chief. 
Assistant Chief. 
-do 



.do. 
.do. 



Admmistrative Officer, in Charge of Finance 

and Business Services. 
Administrative Officer, in Charge of Personnel. 



Entomologist, in Charge of Insect Pest Sur- 
vey and Information. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Importation of 
Natural Enemies Used to Control Insect 
Pests. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Fruit Insect In- 
vestigations. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Cereal and Forage 
Insect Investigations. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Cotton Insect 
Investigations. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Truck Crop and 
Garden Insect Investigations. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Insects Affecting 
Man and Animals. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Insect Identifica- 
tion. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Control Investi- 
gations. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Foreign Plant 
Quarantines. 

Plant Quarantine Administrator in Charge of 
Miscellaneous Domestic Plant Quarantines; 
Inspection of Material in Transit: and Con- 
trol of Phony Peach Disease, Peach Mosaic, 
Citrus Canker, Sweetpotato Weevil, and 
White-Fringed Beetle. 

Plant Quarantine Administrator, in Charge 
of Eradication and Control of White Pine 
Blister Rust and Black Stem Rust of 
Grains. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Forest Insect In- 
vestigations, Beltsville, Md. 

Apiculturist, in Charge of Bee Culture Inves- 
tigations, Beltsville, Md. 

Chemist, in Charge of Insecticide Investiga- 
tions, Beltsville, Md. 

Administrative Officer, in Charge of Field 
Work on Control of Japanese Beetle and 
Dutch Elm Disease; and Quarantine En- 
forcement and Inspection and Certification 
of Products to Comply with Federal and 
State Quarantines on Japanese Beetle and 
Gypsv and Brown-tail Moths, East Orange, 
N.J. 

Plant Quarantine Inspector, in Charge of 
Pink Bollworm and Thurberia Weevil Con- 
trol and , Quarantine Enforcement, San 
Antonio, Tex. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Gypsy and Brown- 
tail Moth Control, Greenfield, Mass. 

Plant Quarantine Inspector, in Charge of 
Mexican Fruitfly Control and Quarantine 
Enforcement, Harlingen, Tex. 

Entomologist, in Charge of Fruitfly Investi- 
gations, Colonia Anahuac, D. F. Mexico. 

Agent, in Charge of Grasshopper, Mormon 
Cricket, and Chinch Bug Control, Denver, 
Colo. 



Idaho... 
Calif.... 

Va 

Md 

Mont... 

N.J 

D. C... 


2d 

21st... 

8th„.. 
6th.... 

1st 

4th.... 


D. C... 




Md 


6th.... 


Calif.... 


19th... 


La 


8th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Miss 


1st.... 


Md 


nth.... 


Miss 


7th.... 


Md 


5th... _ 


Calif.... 


19th.-. 


Md 


6th.... 


Tex 


15th... 



Mass 



Pa_-.. 
Md.. 
D.C. 
Ohio. 



19th. 
6th.. 



Ark_ 



N. Y 
Tex.. 



Va..._ 
Idaho. 



22d.. 



6th.... 

31st..- 
15th__. 

8th.-.. 
2d 



" Salary received as Entomologist in Charge of Importation of Enemies Used to Control Insect Pests. 



201 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





officul title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Agricultural Research 
Administration— Continued 

Bureau of Human Nutri- 
tion AND Home Econom- 
ics 

Hazel K. Stiebelin? 


Chief of Bureau 


N. Y... 

Iowa 

N. Y--.- 
Colo.._. 

Iowa 

Md 

Tenn.... 
Iowa 

N. C... 

Wash... 

Ind 

Del 

Ill 

N. Y-__ 
Okla..._ 
Minn... 

Minn 

S. C— . 

Mich 

Md 

Vt 

S. C 

Mich 

N. Dak. 
N.Y.... 
W^ash... 

Oreg 

Md 

Del 

Md 

111 


10th... 
7th...- 
36th.-. 
3d 

6th—. 

6th.-.- 

2d 

7th.... 

4th.... 

4th 

10th--. 
AtL-- 
11th.- 
37th... 
8th.... 
4th_... 

2d 

3d 

6th--.- 

5th-.. 
AtL.. 
6th.... 
4th.... 
AtL.. 
37th... 
4th.... 
lst..„ 
6th.-.. 

AtL.. 
5th-..- 
llth... 


$8,000 
6,500 


Ruth O'Brien 


.\ssistant Chief of Bureau __ .. 


Ruth Van Deman . . . 


Head of Information Division 


5,600 
4,600 

6 500 


Cecelia Huneke. 


-Administrative Officer — - .. 


family economics division 
Margaret G. Reid . 


Head of Division .. 


Field Station at Beltsvilte, 
Maryland 

food and nutrition division 
Esther L. Batcholder 


do... 


6 500 


HOUSING AND HOUSEHOLD 
EQUIPMENT DIVISION 

Lenore E. Sater 


do 


5 600 


TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 
DIVISION 

Ruth O'Brien 


Acting Head of Division 


(23) 

8,250 
7 500 


Bureau of Plant Indus- 
try, Soils and Agricul- 
tural Engineering 

Robert M. Salter 


Beltsvilte, Md. 
Chief of Bureau 


Ma.x A. McCall 


Assistant Chief of Bureau 


Frank P. Cullinan.- 

Frank W. Parker 


do 

do 


6,750 
6,750 
6 500 


Arthur W. Turner 


do 


Henry E. Allanson 


Business Manager. 


6,400 
4,800 


Edmund Stephens... .-. 


Budget Officer 


jVlbert H. Moseman... 


Assistant to Chief. - 


4,600 
6 750 


scientific division 
Olaf S. Aamodt - -. 


Head Agronomist, in Charge of Division of 

Forage Crops and Diseases. 
Head Pathologist, in Charge of Division of 

Cotton and Other Fiber Crops and Diseases. 
Head Pathologist, in Charge of Division of 

Sugar Plant Investigations: also in Charge 

of Rubber Plant Investigations. 
Principal Horticulturist, in Charge of Divi- 
sion of Drug and Related Plants. 
Principal Pathologist, in Charge of Division 

of Mycology and Disease Survey. 
Principal Physiologist, in Charge of Division 

of Tobacco Investigations. 
Principal Pathologist, in Charge of Division 

of Forest Pathology. 
Head Soil Scientist, in Charge of Division of 

Principal Agronomist, in Charge of Division 
ol Dry Land Agriculture. 

Head Agronomist, in Charge of Division of 
Cereal Crops and Diseases. 

Head Horticulturist, in Charge of Division of 
Fruit and Vegetable Crops and Diseases. 

Principal Horticulturist, in Charge of Division 
of Plant Eiploration and Introduction; also 
Acting Director of National Arboretum. 

Head Soil Scientist, in Charge of Division of 
Soil and Fertilizer Investigations. 

Principal Ncmatologist, in Charge of Division 
of Nematology. 

Assistant Chief of Bureau in Charge of Divi- 
sions of Agricultural Engineering. 


Henry W. Barre 


7,000 
6 750 


Elmer W. Brandes. 


Donald M. Crooks 


5,800 
6,000 
6,400 
5,800 
6,750 
5,800 

(20) 

6,750 
6,000 

(20) 

6,000 

(20) 


Howard A. Edson 


Wightman W. Garner 

Lee M. Hutchins 


Charles E. Kellogg 


Clyde E. Leigh ty . 


Max A. McCall. 


John R, Magness 


Benjamin Y. Morrison.. 

Frank W. Parker 


Gotthold Steiner 


Arthur W.Turner. 



20 No additional compensation. 

" Salary received as Assistant Chief of Bureau. 



202 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Agricultural Research 
Administration— Continued 

Office of Experiment 
Stations 

James T. Jardine 

Robert W. Trullinger 

Walworth Brown 

Howard L. Knight 

Division of Insular 
Experiment Stations 

James T. Jardine 

Kenneth A. Bartlett 

Norman F. Childers 

Office of Operations, 
Beltsville Research 
Center 

Charles A. Logan 

Frank R. Ellis 

Clarence S. Kelleher 

Hale F. Sehorn 

Thomas D. John 

Farm Credit Administration 

Ivy W. Dusgan 

Clyde W. Warburton 

James E. Wells, Jr 

William E. Rhea 

Samuel D. Sanders. 

Carl R. Arnold 

George M. Brennan. 

Elijah Anthony 

Martin J. Fox 

Arthur C. Sullivan 

Edwy B. Reid 

Harris E. Willingham. 

Russell C. Engberg 

Harold Hedges 

S. Paul Lindsey, Jr 

Verne V. Hemstreet.. 

William L. Moore 

federal farm mortgage 
corporation 

Ivy W. Duggan 



Daniel W. Bell 

William E. Rhea 

Harris E. Willmgham. 
John H. Gum.. 



Harold F. James... 
George H. Thomas. 



Chief.... 

Assistant Chief 

Assistant to the Chief 

Editor, Experiment Station Record 



Acting Chief 

Director, Puerto Rico Station, Mayaguez, 

P. R. 
Assistant Director, Puerto Rico Station, 

Mayaguez, P. R. 



Beltsville, Md. 

Agricultural Engineer 

Administrative Officer 

Mechanical Engineer 

Civil Engineer 

Farm Superintendent 

Headquarters in Kansas City, Mo. 

Governor, Kansas City 

Deputy Governor 

Deputy Governor, Kansas City 

Land Bank Commissioner, Kansas City 

Cooperative Bank Commissioner, Kansas 

City. 
Production Credit Commissioner, Kansas 

City. 
Intermediate Credit Commissioner, Kansas 

City. 
Associate Solicitor in charge of Farm Credit, 
Kansas City. 

Chief, Examiner, Kansas City 

Acting Director, Regional Agricultural Credit 

Division, Kansas City. 
Director of Information and Extension, Kansas 

City. 
Director, Mortgage Corporation Service Divi- 
sion, -Kansas City. 
Chief, Economic and Credit Research Divi- 
sion, Kansas City. 
Acting Chief, Cooperative Research and Serv- 
ice Division. 
Director, Emergency Crop and Feed Loan Di- 
vision, Kansas City. 
Chief, Administrative Division, Kansas City- 
Chief, Personnel Division, Kansas City 



President and Chairman, Board of Directors, 

Kansas City. 

Member, Board of Directors... 

Member, Board of Directors, Kansas City 

Executive Vice President, Kansas City 

Vice President and Acting Treasurer, Kansas 

City. 

Vice President, Kansas City. 

Vice President and Secretary, Kansas City... 



2' No additional compensation. 

2< Plus 25 percent diflerential for Puerto Rican service. 
2' Salary as employee of the Farm Credit Administration. 
28 Salary as Under Secretary of the Treasury. 



Oreg.. 
Iowa.. 

Ill 

Mass.. 



Oreg_ 

Mass- 



Ohio. 



1st-. 
7th-. 
21st- 
3d-.. 



1st.. 
5th'.. 



12th. 



Md 

Fla 

Iowa 

Md 

Md 


5th-.- 

ist 

4th-.- 
5t.h-... 
5th.... 


Ga 

Iowa 

Calif-... 

Mo 

Wash... 


10th... 

3d 

7th.... 
13th... 
6th.... 


Ohio.... 


12th... 


Calif.— 


7th.... 


R. I 


1st.... 


N. Y.... 

Utah.... 


17th... 
2d 


Md 


6th.... 


Va 


3d 


Nebr.... 


2d 


Nebr.... 


2d 


HI 


21st... 


N.J 

Ohio-... 


12th... 
2d 



Ga..., 

111...., 
Mo-- 
Va-.. 
Calif - 

Nebr. 
Nebr. 



10th... 

20th... 
13th... 

3d 

1st.... 



2d.. 
1st. 



203 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
othierwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Forest Service 

Office of the Chief 

Lyle F. Watts 

Charles E. Behre 

Raymond E. Marsh 

Leslie S. Bean > _ 

National Forest Divisions 

Christopher M. Granger 

Perry A. Thompson 

Edward E. Carter 

Walt L. Dutton 

Lloyd W. Swift 

Gordon R. Salmond 

John H. Sieker ' 

Theodore W. Norcross 

State and Private For- 
estry Divisions 

Richard E. McArdle 

Howard Hopkins 

Richard F. llammatt 

Earle S. Peirce 

Joseph A. Fitzwater 

Lands Division 

Leon F. Kneipp 

H. Glenn Meginnis 

Forest Research Division 

Edward I. Kotok 

William A. Dayton 

Kenneth P. Davis 

William R. Chapline 

George W. Trayer... 

Verne L. Harper 

Edward N. Munns 

Administrative Manage- 
ment AND Information 
Divisions 

Earl W. Loveridge.- 

H. Dean Cochran 

William P. Kramer 

Dana Parkinson 

Fiscal Control Division 

Hamilton L Loving. 

Field Units 

Carlile P. Winslow 

Paul H. Roberts 

Lewis C. Stockdale 

Arthur T. Upson 

Jasper King 



Forester and Chief 

Assistant to the Chief.. 

Assistant Chief 

Inspector 

Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Chief, Division of Fire Control. 

Chief, Division of Timber Management 

Chief, Division of Range Management 

Chief, Division of Wildlife Management 

Chief, Division of Watershed Management 
and Emergency Rubber Project. 

Chief, Division of Recreation and Lands 

Chief, Division of Engineering 



Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Chief, Division of Private Forestry. 

Information Specialist, Timber Production 

War Project. 

Chief, Division of State Cooperation 

Chief, Division of State Forest Purchase and 

Regulation. 



Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Chief, Division of Land Planning 

Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Chief, Division of Dendrology and Forage 

Investigation. 
Chief, Division of Forest Management Re- 
search. 

Chief, Division of Range Research 

Chief, Division of Forest Products 

Chief, Division of Forest Economics., 

Chief, Division of Forest Influences 



Assistant Chief of Bureau 

Chief, Division of Personnel Management 

Chief, Division of Operation 

Chief, Division of Information and Education. 



Chief of Division. 



Director, Forest Products Laboratory, Madi- 
son, Wis. 

Director, Emergency Rubber Project, Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

Associate Director, Emergency Rubber Proj- 
ect, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Director, Tropical Forestry Unit, Rio Piedras, 
P. R. 

Chief, Navy War Mapping Program, Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 



Iowa... 
Idaho.. 
N.H... 
Va 



Calif... 
Oreg... 
Maine. 
Oreg. .. 
Calif... 
N. Y... 



N. J.. 

Mass. 



1st... 
1st... 
1st... 
8th... 



9th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
1st.. 



36th. 

"4th" 



Va 

Minn... 

Mass 


2d 

3d 

1st 


Conn 

Pa 


3d..... 
10th... 


Ariz 

Iowa 


AtL.. 


Calif.... 
Va 


7th.... 


Mont... 


1st.... 


Nebr.... 

Wis 

Calif . . 


3d..... 
3d 


Calif.... 


3d.-... 



Pa... 
Colo- 
Ga... 

Mass. 



Colo 

Coim... 

Nebr 

Mont... 

Ariz 

Colo...- 



28th. 
2d..- 
5th.. 
2d... 



1st-.-. 
1st..-. 

1st---. 

.\tL-. 
1st.-.. 



$9,200 
6,400 
8,000 
6,400 



8,000 
6,000 
6,500 
6,400 
5,600 
6,000 

5,800 
6,400 



8,000 
6,500 
6,400 

6,200 
6,000 



6,750 
5,000 



8,000 
5,800 

5,600 

6,400 
6,750 
5,600 
6,400 



8,000 
6,000 
6,400 
6,400 



6,400 

7,000 
6,500 
6,400 
w 7, 000 
5,800 



8 On military furlough 

" Federal salary plus amount paid by Insular Government; plus 25 percent differential for Puerto Rican 
service. 



204 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Forest Service— Continued 

Forest and Range Experi- 
ment Stations 

Hardy L. Shirley 

Irvine T. Haig 

Stephen N. Wyckofl 

Leonard I. Barrett 

Reed W. Bailey 

Elwood L. Demmon 

Melvin I. Bradner 

J. Alfred Hall 

William O. McGinnies 

Charles A. Connaughton 

Raymond Price 

Northern National For- 
est Region 



Percy D. Hanson — 

Clyde S. Webb 

Axel G. Lindh 

Clayton S. Crocker.. 

Meyer H. WolfE 

Fred E. Thieme 

Charles K. McHarg. 

James E. Ryan 

LaVaughn Beaman . 



Forest Supervisors 



Edward F. Barry.. 
Clarence C. Strong. 



Percy E. Melis 

Albert N. CochrelL... 

Ray R. Fitting... 

Walter W. Wetzel 

Guy M. Brandborg... 
Bernard A. Anderson. 
A. Allen McCutchen.. 

William E. Fry 

.Tames C. Urquhart... 
Arthur D. Moir, Jr... 
Clarence B. Sutliff.... 



Karl A. Klehm 

Robert T. Ferguson . 



Eldon H. Myrick 

George M. DeJarnette. 



Rocky Mountain Na- 
tional Forest Region 



John W. Spencer 

Myron W. Thompson^ 

Arthur L. Nelson 

Earl D. Sandvig 

Huber C. Hilton 

Carl A. Gould 

Fred R . Johnson 

Lehi C. Pratt 



Forest Supervisors 

Edward F. Heaton 

Ray Peck 



Director, Allegheny Station, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Director, Appalachian Station, Asheville, 

N. C. 
Director, California Station, Berkeley, Calif.. 
Director, Central States Station, Columbus, 

Ohio. 
Director, Intermountain Station, Ogden, 

Utah. 
Director, Lake States Station, St. Paul, 

Minn. 
Director, Northern Rocky Movmtain Station, 

Missoula, Mont. 
Director, Pacific Northwest Station, Portland, 

Oreg. 
Director, Rocky Mountain Station, Fort 

Collins, Colo. 
Director, Southern Station, New Orleans, La. 
Director, Southwestern Station, Tucson, Ariz. 



Regional Forester, Missoula, Mont . 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do 

... do 

.....do 

do 

do 

do 

Regional Fiscal Agent 



Clearwater National Forest, Oroflno, Idaho 

Coeur d'.\lene National Forest, Cocur 

d'AIene, Idaho. 
Kaniksu National Forest, Sandpoint, Idaho.. 
Nezpprce National Forest, Grangeville, Idaho. 

St. Joe National Forest, St. Maries, Idaho 

Beaverhead National Forest, Dillon, Mont 

Bitterroot National Forest, Hamilton, Mont.. 

Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman, Mont 

Custor National Forest, Billings, Mont 

Deerlodge National Forest, Butte, Mont 

Flathead National Forest, Kalispell, Mont... 

Helena National Forest, Helena, Mont. 

Cabinet National Forest, Thompson Falls, 

Mont. 

Kootenai National Forest, Libby, Mont 

I<ewis and Clark National Forest, Great Falls, 

Mont. 

Lolo National Forest Missoula, Mont .. 

Colville National Forest, Colville, Wash 



Regional Forester, Denver, Colo. 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do 

do.. 

do 

do 

Forester 

Regional Fiscal Agent 



Arapaho National Forest, Idaho Springs, 
Colo. 

Grand Mesa National Forest, Grand Junc- 
tion, Colo. 



N. Y.... 
Pa 


24th... 


Mont . - . 




Oreg 




Utah.... 
Mich 


1st...- 


Idaho... 
Ohio- 


1st 


Ariz.. .- 




Idaho... 
Utah.... 


2d 



Calif-. 
Mont. 
Oreg.. 
Idaho. 
Wash. 
Mont. 
Colo.. 
Wash. 
Mont. 



N.J... 

Wash. 

Wash- 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Wash, 
lowa.- 
Mont. 
Idaho . 
Colo.. 
Wash. 

Mont. 
Mont. 

Mont. 
Mout- 



Colo... 
Colo... 
Ark.... 
Mont.- 
Mich... 
Colo.-- 
Nebr... 
Alaska . 



Colo.. 
Colo.. 



1st. 
Ist. 



1st. 
1st. 
1st. 



3d.. 

5th. 
1st. 
1st. 



2d. 



1st. 
1st. 



1st. 
1st. 



1st. 
1st. 



2d. 
1st. 



10th 
1st-- 



4th. 
4th. 



205 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Forest Service— Continued 

Rocky Mountain Na- 
tional Forest Region— 
Continued 

Forest Supervisors — Con. 

Edward Wright 

Clarence K. Collins 

Everard S. Keithley 

John M. Loring 

Andrew Hutton 

Charles E. Fox 

Fritz J. Poch 

Lewis R. Rist 

Elva A. Snow 

John V. Leighou 

Ralph R.Hill 

Arthur F. C. Hoffman 

Marion J. Webber 

William B. Fay 

Clarence C. AverOl 

Roy L. Williams 

Edwin L. Miller.^ 

Southwestern National 
Forest Region 



Frank C. W. Pooler. 
George W. Kimball. 



Alva A. Simpson. 

Quincy Randies 

Phillip V. Woodhead. 

Edward O. Miller 

Howard B. Waha 

Rex King 

Reed H. Jensen 



Gunnison National Forest, Gunnison, Colo. . 

Montezuma National Forest, Cortez, Colo 

Pike National Forest, Colorado Springs, Colo 
Rio Grande National Forest, Monte Vista, 

Colo. 
Roosevelt National Forest, Fort Collins, 

Colo. 
Routt National Forest, Steamboat Springs, 

Colo. 

San Isabel National Forest, Pueblo, Colo 

San Juan National Forest, Durango, Colo 

Uncompahgre National Forest, Delta, Colo.. 
White River National Forest, Glenwood 

Springs, Colo. 

Nebraska National Forest, Halsey, Nebr 

Black Hills National Forest, Deadwood, S. 

Dak. 

Harney National Forest, Custer, S. Dak 

Bighorn National Forest, Sheridan, Wyo 

Medicine Bow National Forest, Laramie, Wyo 

Shoshone National Forest, Cody, Wyo 

Washakie National Forest, Lander, Wyo 



Regional Forester, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Ass istant Regional Forester 

do- 

do 

do... 

do 

do 

do 

Regional Fiscal Agent 



Forest Supervisors 



Robert B. Ewing 

Ralph W. Hussey 

Clarence A. Merker 

William H. Woods, Jr. 
Samuel A. Sowell, Jr.. 

Jacob C. Nave 

Francis J. Monighan... 

Francis Lee Kirby 

Carroll R. Dwire 

William E. Wiltbank. 

Leonard R. Lessel 

Charles E. Moore 

Qunnar Lee Wang 



Intermountain National 
Forest Region 



William B. Rice 

William L. Robb... 

John N. Kinney 

Lester Moncrief 

Clarence E. Favre.. 

Arthur G. Nord 

Chester J. Olsen 

Henry M. Shank 

WUliam F. Murray. 



Apache National Forest, SpringerviUe, Ariz... 

Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff, Ariz 

Coronado National Forest, Tucson, Ariz 

Crook National Forest, Saflord, Ariz 

Kaibab National Forest, Williams, Ariz 

Frescott National Forest, Prescott, Ariz 

Sitgreavcs National Forest, Holbrook, Ariz 

Tonto National Forest, Phoenix, Ariz 

Carson National Forest, Taos, N. Mex 

Cibola National Forest, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Gila National Forest, SUver City, N. Mex 

Lincoln National Forest, Alamogordo, N. Mex_ 
Santa Fe National Forest, Santa Fe. N. Mex.. 



Regional Forester, Ogden, Utah- 
Associate Regional Forester 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do 

do 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



Regional Fiscal Agent. 



Forest Supervisors 

Thomas H. Van Meter.. 

Irvln M. Varner 

Ernest E. McKee 



Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Maine. 

Pa 



Idaho. 



Iowa... 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
S. Dak. 

Colo... 
Colo... 

S. Dak. 
Colo.- 
Mont.. 
S. Dak. 
Wyo... 



Vt 

Mass 

Colo.... 
Ohio.... 
Wyo... 

Kans 

Ohio... 
N. Y.... 
Idaho... 



N. Mex. 
N. Mex- 

Pa 

N. Mex- 
Ariz. ... 
N. Mex. 

Pa 

Ariz 

N. Mex- 

Ariz 

Ariz 

N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 



Kans.... 
Pa. 

N. Mex. 
Wash... 
Idaho... 
Idaho... 

Nev 

Utah.... 
Mont... 



4th. 
1st. 



9th. 
4th. 
1st. 



2d . 
4th. 



1st... 
AtL" 



AtL. 

5th-.. 



17th-. 
AtL. 
4th... 
22d— 
34th.. 



AtL. 
AtL. 



AtL. 

AtL. 
AtL. 
23d.-. 
AtL. 
At L. 
AtL. 
At L. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



2d.... 
21st-. 
At L. 
2d.... 
1st... 
1st... 
AtL. 
1st... 
1st... 



Boise National Forest, Boise, Idaho 

Caribou National Forest, Pocatello, Idaho. 
Challis National Forest, Challis, Idaho 



Mont.. 
Idaho . . 
Wyo... 



1st... 
1st... 
AtL. 



$4, 600 
3,800 
5, 000 
4,800 

5,200 

3,800 

4,600 
5,000 
4,200 
4,600 

3.800 
5,000 

5,000 
4,600 
4,800 
4,200 
3,800 



7,000 
6,000 
5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,600 



4,800 
5,000 
4,800 
4,800 
3,800 
4,200 
4,600 
5,200 
4,600 
4,000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,600 



6,500 
5,800 
6,000 
5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
4,800 



5,000 
4,600 
5,000 



206 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Forest Service— Continued 

Inteemountain National 
Forest Region — Continued 

Forest Supervisors — Con. 

James W. FarrelL 

John T. Mathews 

Charles I. Daugherty _ _ 

Frank S. Moore 

John G. Kooch .._ 

Alfred R. Torgerson 

Alonzo E. Briggs 

Fred H. Kennedy.,. _ 

Ona A. Harrison 

James O. Stewart 

Albert Albertson 

Blaine Betenson : 

Robert H. Park 

George C. Larson 

Wilford L. Hansen 

Felix C. Koziol 

Carl B. Arentson 

California National 
Forest Region 



Stuart B. Show 

Robert L. Deering 

Darrell M. Traugh. 

Fred P. Cronemiller, Jr. 

Chester B. Morse 

Anthony P. Dean__ 

Wallace I. Hutchinson.. 
Earl V. Lackey 



Payette National Forest, McCall, Idaho 

Minidoka National Forest, Burley, Idaho 

Salmon National Forest, Salmon, Idaho 

Sawtooth National Forest, Hailey, Idaho 

Targhee National Forest, St. Anthony, Idaho 

Humboldt National Forest, Elko, Nev _. 

Nevada National Forest, Ely, Nev 

Toiyabe National Forest, Reno, Nev 

Ashley National Forest, Vernal, Utah 

Cache National Forest, Logan, Utah 

Dixie National Forest, Cedar City, Utah 

Fishlake National Forest, Richfield, Utah 

Manti National Forest, Ephraim, Utah 

Uinta National Forest, Provo, Utah 

Teton National Forest, Jackson, Wyo 

Wasatch National Forest, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Bridger National Forest, Kemmerer, Wyo... 



Regional Forester, San Francisco, Calif. 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Regional Fiscal Agent 



Forest Supervisors 



Williata V. Mendenhall 

Edwin F. Smith 

Roy Boothe 

Joseph E. Elliott 

Carl A. Qustafson 

Stephen A. Nash-Boulden. 



Paul W. Stathem 

Melvin E. Barron 

David N. Rogers 

William A. Peterson. 



Norman L. Norris 

Norman J. Farrell 

Kermit W. Linstedt. 

Jesse R. Hall 

Guerdon Ellis 

Andrew G. Brenneis. 



North Pacific National 
Forest Region 



Horace J. Andrews.. - 

Floyd V. Horton 

Arnold R. Standing.. 

Oliver F. Ericson 

Lynn H. Douglas 

James Frankland 

John C. Kuhns 

C. OttoLindh 

Lawrence P. Wilsey. 



Forest Supervisors 



Ralph W. Crawford. 
Lawrence K. Mays.. 



Angeles National Forest, Los Angeles, Calif.. 
Eldorado National Forest, Placerville, Calif.. 
Inyo National Forest, Bishop, Calif 

Lassen National Forest, Susanville, Calif 

Klamath National Forest, Yreka, Calif 

Los Padres National Forest, Santa Barbara, 

Calif. 
Mendocino National Forest, Willows, Calif. . 

Modoc National Forest, Alturas, Calif 

Plumas National Forest, Quincy, Calif 

San Bernardino National Forest, San Ber- 
nardino, Calif. 
Sequoia National Forest, Porterville, Calif.. . 
Shasta National Forest, Mount Shasta, Calif- 
Sierra National Forest, Northfork, Calif 

Stanislaus National Forest, Sonora, Calif 

Tahoe National Forest, Nevada City, Calif.. 
Trinity National Forest, Weaverville, Calif. . 



Regional Forester, Portland, Oreg 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do .- 

do 

do .- 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Regional Fiscal Agent. 



Deschutes National Forest, Bend, Oreg... 
Fremont National Forest, Lakeview, Oreg. 



Idaho -.- 


1st 


Mont... 




Idaho... 


2d 


Idaho.. - 


2d..-.. 


Idaho... 


1st 


Utah.... 


1st 


Idaho... 


2d..... 


Idaho. . 


2d 


Wyo.... 


At L.. 


Oreg 


1st.... 


Utah.... 


1st...- 


Utah.... 


1st 


Utah.... 




Nev 


AtL-- 


Utah.... 


2d 


Utah.... 


1st 



Idaho. 



Calif... 
Minn.. 
Calif... 
Oreg... 
Idaho. - 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Calif... 



8th. 
3d.- 



Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Idaho.. 
Calif... 

Calif... 
Calif... 
Maine- 
Calif... 



Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Oreg.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 



Mich. 
Oreg.. 
Utah.. 
Wash. 
Colo.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Wash. 
Colo.. 



Oreg. . 
Wash. 



2d... 
2d... 
9th.. 
1st.- 
11th- 



9th-. 
2d-.. 
7th.- 
2d— 
1st.. 
5th.. 



2d.. 
4th. 



10th. 
2d... 



11th. 
2d... 
2d..- 



6th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 

1st.. 
3d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 



1st. 
3d.. 



207 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Forest Service— Continued 

North Pacific National 
Forest Region— Continued 

Forest Supervisors — Con. 

Cleon L. Clark 


Malheui- National Forest, John Day, Oreg 

Mount Hood National Forest, Portland, Oreg. 

Ochoco National Forest, Prineville, Oreg 

Rouge River National Forest, Medford, Oreg.. 
Siskiyou National Forest, Grants Pass, Oreg.. 

Siuslaw National Forest, Corvallis, Oreg 

Umatilla National Forest, Pendleton, Oreg 

Umpqua National Forest, Roseburg, Oreg 

Wallowa National Forest, Enterprise, Oreg... 

Whitman National Forest, Baker, Oreg 

Willamette National Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Chelan National Forest, Okanogan, Wash 

Columbia National Forest, Vancouver, Wash. 
Mt. Baker National Forest, Bellingham, Wash. 

Olympic National Forest, Olympia, Wash 

Snoqualmie National Forest, Seattle, Wash... 
Wenatchee National Forest, Wenatchee, Wash. 

Regional Forester, Philadelphia, Pa 


Oreg 

Mich. 


2d 


$4,600 
5,000 
4,800 
5,000 
4 800 


Clare W. Hendee -.. 


Henry C. Hulett 


N. H 






Nebr.... 

Oreg 

Oreg 

Oreg 

Oreg 

Oreg 


1st-... 

1st 

3d 

2d 

1st 


Herschel C. Obye 




5,000 
5 000 


Carl M. Ewing 


Vernon V. Harpham 


4,600 
3.800 




Charles D. Simpson . ... 


Mirm... 
Wash... 
Wash... 

Oreg 

Wash 


4th-.-. 

2d 

1st 

3d 


5,000 
5,000 
4,600 






Kirk P. Cecil .. .. 


5,000 
4,600 


H. Phil Brandner 


Carl B. Neal 


Oreg 

N. Y...- 
Wash 


3d 

6th.... 


4,600 
5,400 


H. Lansuig Plumb .. 


Lloyd R. Olson . 


4,600 
7,000 


Eastern National Forest 
Region 

Robie M. Evans 


Maine.. 

Pa 

Conn... 
Pa 

Mass 

Mont... 

Colo 

N. H...- 

Pa 

N. Y-... 

Idaho... 
W. Va.. 

Ill 

Mont... 
N. Y.... 

Wis 

Nebr.... 

Va. 

Calif.... 

Colo 


1st.... 
22d.... 
3d..... 

3d 

9th.... 
3d 

4th.... 
2d 

17th__. 
42d.... 

1st 

2d 

22d-.-. 

1st 

35th— 

3d 

5th.-.. 
6th. ... 
10th... 


Robert W. Shields 


Assistant Regional Forester 


6,000 




do 


6,000 


Ira T. Yarnall 


do.. 


6,000 
6,000 
4,600 


Joseph C. Dort .. - . 


do 


William W. Crawford 


Regional Fiscal Agent 


Forest Supervisors 

Harold L. Borden 

Clifford L. Graham 


Cumberland National Forest, Winchester, Ky. 

White Mountain National Forest, Laconia, 
N. H. 

Allegheny National Forest, Warren, Pa _. 

George Washington National Forest, Harrison- 
burg, Va. 

Jeflferson National Forest, Roanoke, Va 

Monongahela National Forest, Elkins, W. Va- 

Regional Forester, Atlanta, Ga 

Assistant Regional Forester- ^ 

do - 


5,000 
5,000 


Rowland F. Hemingway 

Milford C. Howard .. 


5,000 
5,000 


Allan R. Cochran . 


4,800 


Arthur A. Wood 

Southern National Forest 
Region 

Joseph C. Kircher 

James F. Brooks _ . . 


5,000 

7,000 
6,000 


P. F. Wallace Prater 


5,800 
6,000 


Charles F. Evans 


---- do 




do 


6,000 


Rezin E. Pidgeon__ -. 


do 


6,000 


Howard E. MarshalL. 


Regional Fiscal Agent 

Alabama National Forests, Montgomery, Ala.. 
Ouachita National Forest, Hot Springs Na- 
tional Park, Ark. 

Ozark National Forest, Russellville, Ark 

Florida National Forest, Tallahassee, Fla 

Chattahoochee National Forest, Gainesville, 
Ga. 

Kisatchie National Forest, Alexandria, La 

Mississippi National Forest, Jackson, Miss 

Nantahala National Forest, Franklin, N. C... 
Pisgah-Croatan National Forest, Asheville, 

N. C. 
South Carolina National Forests, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Cherokee National Forest, Cleveland, Tenn... 


5,600 


Forest Supervisors 
Frank W. Rasor 


4,800 


Philip H. Bryan 


Minn 




5,000 


WUlis C. Branch 

John W. Squires 


Wis 

La 


lOth... 


4,800 
4,600 


Clarence K. Spaulding 


Mont 




4,600 


Victor A. Dayharsh --. 


Mich. . 




4,600 


Hugh S. Redding- - 

Erwin A. Schilling 

Carl G. Krueger ... 


Idaho... 

Colo 

Idaho 


10th... 
1st..- 


4.600 
4,600 
4,600 


William H. Fischer.. ... .. 


Minn... 
Mich 


6th.... 


4,800 


William R. Paddock 


5,000 



208 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Forest Service— Continued 



North Central National 
Forest Region 



Jay H. Price 

Stanley F. Wilson 

Raymond U. Harmou- 

H. Basil Wales 

Robert R. Hill 

Holland Coleman 

Albin G. Hamel 

Shelley E. Schoonover. 



Forest Supervisors 



Donald W. Winters.--. 

Edward N. Lee 

C. Lewis Harrison 

Paul S. Ncwcomb 

Russell B. McKennan. 
Paul A. Wohlen 



Clarence E. Knutson 

.A.rlie W. Toole 

Paul D. Kelleter 

Ralph E. Crowell 

Louis A. Pommerening. 

Galen W. Pike 



Alaska National Forest 
Region 

B. Frank Heintzleman 

Charles G. Burdick 

Wellman Holbrook 

Arthur E. Glover 

Leslie E. Iversen 



Rural Electrification Admin- 
istration 

Office of the Administrator 

William J. Neal.--- 

Vincent D. Nicholson 

WUliam J. Neal 

Harlow S. Person 

WUlard E. Herring 

Applications and Loans 
Division 

Arthur W. Gerth 



Cooperatives' Operations 
Division 

Thomas J. Robertson 



Design and Construction 
Division 



Guy W. Thaxton 

Finance Division 

Joseph F. Marion.-- 

Information Division 
Allyn A. Walters--. 



Regional Forester, Milwaukee, Wis. 

.\ssociate Regional Forester 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do 

do 

do 

do ---- 

Regional Fiscal Agent 



Shawnee National Forest, Harrisburg, 111 

Hoosior Purchase Unit, Bedford, Ind 

Huron National Forest, East Tawas, Mich 

Manistee National Forest, Muskegon, Mich.. 

Ottawa National Forest, Ironwood, Mich 

Upper Michigan National Forest, Escanaba, 

Mich. 
Chippewa National Forest, Cass Lake, Minn. 

Superior National Forest, Duluth, Minn 

Clark National Forest, Ironton, Mo 

Mark Twain National Forest, Springfield, Mo. 
Chequamegon National Forest, Park Falls, 

Wis. 
Nicolet National Forest, Rhinelander, Wis 



Regional Forester, Juneau, Alaska. 

Assistant Regional Forester 

do 

Regional Engineer 

Regional Fiscal Agent 



Calif -..- 
Ohio.... 

N. Y.... 
Mich 


6th.... 

3d 

27th.- 


Nebr..- 
Colo-... 

Colo 

Mont... 

Wis 


1st 

3d 

3d 

1st.... 


Wis . 




Colo 




Mass 




Minn... 
Idaho... 

Wis . 


8th.-- 

1st...- 


Wis 




Wis 

Mont... 
Mich.... 

Idaho 


3d 

1st 


Alaska.. 
Mont..- 

Oreg 

Oreg 

Calif-... 


ist-"-- 

3d 

3d 



Acting Administrator— St. Louis 

First Deputy Administrator and Associate 
Solicitor. 

Deputy Administrator— St. Louis 

Consulting Economist — St. Louis 

Consulting Engineer— St. Louis 



Chief— St. Louis. 



N. H. 

Md.- 



N. H... 
N. Y-- 
Pa 



Mo- 



-do. 



Ark. 



.do- 



Miss. 



-do. 



.do. 



N. Y..-. 

2S Plus 25 percent differential for Alaskan service. 

2« Salary received as Associate Solicitor, Office of Solicitor, Department of Agriculture. 

30 Salary received as Department Administrator Rural Electrification Administration. 



ist...- 
6th..- 

ist.... 
25th-_. 
17th... 



8th-- 



37th... 



209 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Rural Electrification Admin- 
istration—Continued 

Management Division 


Chief — St. Louis .. 


Ind 

Mo 

N. Y...- 


2d 

10th... 
17th_.. 


$5, 400 


Personnel Division 


do 


5,600 


Technical Standards Division 
Maurice M. Samuels 


do .. - 


7,250 









WAR FOOD ADMINISTRATION 



Office of the Administrator 


Administrator . 


Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Ga 

Iowa 

Tenn-... 

Mass 

Okla.... 
Minn... 
Okla.... 
Ala 

Tex 

Conn 

Wis 

Iowa 

Wash... 

Mont... 

Ohio-... 
Calif... - 
N.J 

Fla 

Calif.-.. 

N. Y. 


18th... 
18th... 
18th... 
10th... 
6th.... 
6th.... 

nth... 

5th.... 
5th-... 
7th..- 
5th.... 

18th... 

2d 

2d 

6th.... 
3d 

1st 

7th.... 
7th.... 
9th.... 

2d 

7th.... 


(31) 


Grover B Hill 


First Assistant Administrator. _ 


(32) 




Assistant Administrator 


$9, 000 


Ashley Sellers 


do-- - 


9,000 


D A FitzGerald . ... 


Special Adviser to the Administrator 


9,250 






5,600 




do 


(33) 




do .- 


(34) 




...do 


5,600 




do 


5,600 


Lafayette L. Patterson 


..do - 


6,500 


National War Board 
Ernest R. Duke 


Chairman . 


8,000 


Office of Price 

Howard B. Boyd 

Irwin R. Hedges 

Office of Requirements and 
Allocations 

D. A. FitzGerald 

Lawrence T. Hopkinson 


Director . . _. 


9,000 




5,600 


Director 

Chief, Requirements and Allocations Control 

Branch. 
Assistant Chief, Requirements and Allocations 

Control Branch. 

Economist (Consultant) 

Chief, Economic Analysis Division 

Chief, Relief and United States Noninilitary 

Division. 
Chief, Military and Special Requirements 

Division. 

Acting Chief, Export and Import Division 

Chief, Coordination, Control, and Statistics 

Division. 


(») 
8,000 

6,500 


William E. F. Conrad 


7,000 
8,000 


Frank J. Cogan... 

William T. Hicks. 

Kenneth J. Nicholson 


6,500 

6,500 

6,000 
5,600 


Office of Surplus Property and 
Reconversion 


Va 

Wash... 

N. Y.... 


8th.... 
4th. 

44th 


9,000 


G. Herman Gilbertson 


Assistant tn the Dirpf^tnr 


5,600 


Office of Transportation 
Edgar B. Black. _. 


Director 


(38) 25 



31 Salary received as Judge, U. S. Court of Claims. 

32 Salary received as Under Secretary of Agriculture. 

33 Salary received as Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture. 

3< Salary received as Associate Director, Ollice of Foreign Agricultural Relations. 

34 Salary received as Special Adviser to the War Food Administrator. 
39 Per djem when actually employed. 



210 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



0£5ce of the Administrator — 

Continued 

Office of Water Utilization 



Ralph R.Will 

Albert J. Borton 

Raymond L. Stevens. 
Howard L. Cook 



Agricultural Adjustment 
Agency 

Office of the Chief 



Norris E. Dodd.- 
William G. Finn. 
Joseph L. Orr 



Budget Division 

Douglas J. Scruggs 

East Central Division 



Charles D. Lewis . 
John H. East 



Feed Management Division 
Walter C. Berger 

Fiscal Management Division 
J. Herbert Walsh 

Information Division 

Willard H. Lamphere 

North Central Division 



Leroy K. Smith- 
Guy W. Smith.. 



Northeast Division 



Allen W. Manchester 

H. Laurence Manwaring. 



Personnel Management Divi- 
sion 



John T. Whalen 

Service Operations Division 

Paul R. Preston. 

Southern Division 



Clovis D. Walker. 
Thomas L. Ayers. 



Western Division 



Gus F. Geissler 

J. Murray Thompson. 



Field Headquarters 
Tliomas H. Martin 



Obed M. Lassen. 
JohnL. Wright.. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 

do 

do 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 
do 



Chief. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Chief. 



.do. 



.do. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Chief. 



.do. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Director 

Assistant Director- 



Administrative Officer, in Charge, Auburn, 

Ala. 
Chairman, State Committee, Phoenix, Ariz.. 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, Little 

Rock, Ark. 



N. Mex. 

Va 

Pa 

N. Y.... 



Oreg... 
Ky-... 

N. Y-.-- 



Tenn- 



Conn 

Va... 



lowa 



D. C- 



Mont... 



Nebr... 
Iowa... 



Conn... 
Idaho... 



N. J- 



Ul. 



Okla. 
S. C. 



N. Dak. 
Calif.... 



Ala- 
Ariz 
Ark. 



AtL- 
8th... 
8th... 
32d— 



2d-.. 
5th.. 
37th. 



6th. 



1st-.. 
7th-.. 



5th.... 



1st... 
4th... 



loth... 



14th.. 



7th-.. 
6th-.- 



AtL. 
6th... 



7th- 



AtL- 
5th.-. 



3» Per diem when actually employe . 



211 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Agricultural Adjustment 

Agency— Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

David J. Davidson 

Dewey J. Harman 

Walter T. Clark _.. 

Clarence E. Ocheltree 

Harold G. Clayton 

Thomas R. Breedlove 

M ilford J . Vaught 

Lee M. Gentry 

L. Marshall Vogler 

Albert J. Loveland.. -.. 

Lawrence H. Norton 

Malcom D. Royse 

Lloyd A. Mullin 

Albert K. Gardner 

Joseph H. Blandford 

Sumner R. Parker 

Maurice A. Doan 

Charles W. Stickney 

Thomas M. Patterson 

Clarence W. Sheppard 

Robert J. McKenna 

Robert L. Green 

Edward A. Settelmeyer 

Earl P. Robinson 

H. Earl Propst 

CecU V. Hemphdl 

William T. Grams 

Georae T. Scott 

JohnE. Kasper 

Elmer F. Kruse 

Hugh P. Moffitt 

Robert B. Taylor 

Clyde A. Zehner 

Ralph S. Shaw 

Robert W. Hamilton 

Mark Nelson 

Argil A. Deakins 

Benjamin F. Vance 

Orville L. Lee 

Jack M. Aheam 

Harris W. Soule 

Richard B. Bridgforth 

Chester P. Downen 

J. Ward Wood 

Walter F. Katterhenry 

R. Lester Crompton 

Commodity Credit 
Corporation 

Office of the President 

Frank Hancock 

Jesse B. Gilmer 



Chairman, State Committee, Berkeley, Calif- 
Chairman, State Committee, Fleming, Colo-- 

Executive Assistant, Hartford, Conn 

Chairman, State Committee, Newark, DeL_- 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, Gainesville, 

Fla. 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, Athens, Ga- 
Chairman, State Committee, Mackay, Idaho 
Chairman, State Committee, Decatur, 111.,. 
Chairman, State Committee, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Chairman, State Committee, Des Moines, 

Iowa. 
Chairman, State Committee, Manhattan, 

Kans. 
Chairman, State Committee, Lexington, Ky_. 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, University, 

La. 

Executive Assistant, Orono, Maine 

Chairman, State Committee, College Park, Md 

E.xecutive Assistant, Amherst, Mass 



Chairman, State Committee, Lansing, Mich.. 
Chairman, State Committee, St. Paul, Minn.. 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, Jackson, 

Miss. 
Chairman, State Committee, Columbia, Mo__ 
Chairman, State Committee, Stanford, Mont.. 
Chairman, State Committee, Lincoln, Nebr.. 
Chairman, State, Committee, Reno, Nev 

E.xecutive Assistant, Durham, N. H 



Executive Assistant, New Brmiswick, N. J... 
Chairman, State Committee, Mosquero, N. 

Mex. 
Executive Assistant, Ithaca, N. Y 

Chairman, State Committee, Raleigh, N. C. 
Chairman, State Committee, Courteuay, N. 

Dak. 
Chairman, State Committer, Columbus, Ohifi 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, Stillwater, 

Okla. 
Chairman, State Committee, Adams, Oreg... 
Chairman, State Committee, Harrisburg, Pa.. 

Executive Assistant, Kingston, R. I 



Administrative Officer, in Charge, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Chairman, State Committee, Huron, S. Dak.. 
Chairman, State Committee, Nashville, Term. 
Administrative Officer, in Charge, College 

Station, Tex. 
Chairman, State Committee, Paradise, Utah.. 

In Charge, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Executive Assistant, Burlington, Vt 

Chairman, State Committee, Blacksburg, Va. 

Chairman, State Committee, Ewan, Wash 

Chairman, State Committee, Morgantown, 

W. Va. 
Chairman, State Committee, Madison, Wis... 
Chairman, State Committee, Veteran, Wyo... 



President 

Executive Assistant to the President- 



Calif.... 
Colo.... 
Conn... 
Del 

Fla 

Ga 

Idaho.. 

Ill 

Ind 

Iowa 

Kans 

Ky. 

La 

Maine.. 
Md 

Mass.. . 

Mich-'.., 
Minn... 
Miss 

Mo 

Mont... 

Nebr 

Nev 

N. H.... 

N.J..... 

N. Mex. 

N. Y.... 
N. C... 
N.Dak. 

Ohio.... 
Okla.... 

Oreg 

Pa 



R.I... 

S. C_. 

S. Dak 
Term.. 
Tex... 

Utah.- 
Oreg.. 
Vt.... 
Va.... 
Wash. 
W. Va. 

Wis... 
Wye. 



N. C_ 
Tex.. 



10th. ._ 

2d 

2d 

At L.. 

2d 

10th... 

1st 

13th... 
9th.... 
3d 

7th.... 

6th.... 
5th.-.. 



3d— 
5th- 



2d...- 

8th... 
6th... 
4th-.. 

6th.-. 
2d.... 
4th... 
At L. 

1st... 

3d.-.. 
AtL. 

37th- 
4th... 
AtL. 

4th-. 
5th-. 

2d.... 
12th.- 

2d.— 

3d.— 

1st-.. 

ISt.-- 

6th— 

1st-.- 
2d.— 
At L. 
4th... 
5th.-. 
2d— - 



1st--. 
AtL. 



5th.. 
18th. 



$6, 000 

36 12. 77 

4,600 

38 12.77 

fiM. 760 

I +240 

4,800 

4,600 

5,200 

5,200 

4,800 

5,600 

4,600 
4,600 

4,600 
4,600 
/'» 3, 000 
l+l. 500 
5,200 
5,200 
5,000 

5,200 

4,600 

4,800 

38 12. 77 

/i9 3, 095 

l+l, 505 

4,600 

38 12. 77 

4,600 

4,600 

38 12. 77 

5, 200 
6,000 

4,600 

4.600 

/19 3, 050 

1+1.550 

5,000 

4,600 
4,600 
5,800 

38 12. 77 
4.200 
4, 600 

36 12. 77 
4,800 
4,600 

5,000 
36 12. 77 



(37) 

9,000 



19 Federal salary plus income from State or other cooperating agency. 

36 Per diem when actually employed. 

3' Receives no salary in addition to $10,000 per annum as Administrator, Farm Security Administration. 



654092 — 45- 



-15 



212 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



[name' 



Commodity Credit 
Corporation — Continued 

Office of the Treasurer 



C. Q. Garman. 
J. J. Somers 



Office of the Auditor 
D.J. Harrill. 



Personnel Division 
E. Douglas Smith 



Administrative Services 
Division 



Joseph Haspray 

Office of Basic Commodi- 
ties 



Carl C. Farrington 

G. E. Eathell... 

Cotton Division 



C. C. Smith 

Lloyd D. Estes- 



OTain Division 



William McArthur. 

John E. Tripp 

T. B. King 



Qeneral Crops Division 

Milton S. Briggs 

Hemp Division 
S. H. McCrory 

Oilseeds Division 



W. J. Jasspon... 
B. T. Kocca, Jr. 



Sugar Division 



Earl B. Wilson 

James H. Marshall. 



Regional Directors— OB C 



William F. Oliver 

George D. Bradley 

William B. Lathrop 

James A. Cole 

Frank P. Biggs 

Earl C. Corey 

Office of Supply 



R. W. Maycock 

Otie M. Reed 

M. L. Brenner 

Robert Cunningham 

Procurement and Price Sup- 
port Branch 

L. J. Cappleman 

C. F. Kunkel 

T. Norman.. 

William Case 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



^Treasurer. 

Assistant Treasurer . 



Chief. 



_do. 



.do. 



Vice President and Director of Basic C jm- 

modities. 
Deputy Director.. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Director _. 

Associate Director. 
Assistant Director. 



Acting Director. 



Director. 



do 

Assistant Director. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Regional Director, New York 

Regional Director, Chicago, III 

Regional Director, Kansas City, Mo... 
Regioual Director, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Regional Director, New Orleans, La 

Regional Director, Portland, Oreg . 



Vice President and Director of Supply. 

Deputy Director 

....do _-_. 

...do 



Chief 

Assistant Branch Chief. 

do.. 

....do 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y. 

N. C. 



N. C... 



Mo. 



Ohio.. 



Okla.... 


5th. ... 


Ga 


7th... _ 


Miss 

La 


3d 

1st.... 


Iowa 

Minn... 
Nebr.... 


4th.... 
5th...- 
3d 


Va 


8th.... 



Miss- 



Tenn. 
Calif. 



N. Y.... 


25 th-. 


Va 


8th... _ 


N.J..-. 


9th—. 


Ind 


6th-..- 


Kans 


2d 


Minn... 


5th..-- 


N. C... 


5th.-.. 


Utah.... 


2d—-. 



Va...- 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 

N. Y.. 



Tex.. 
Pa... 
Md.. 
Colo. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



42d.. 

nth. 



nth. 



11th.. 



14th... 



8th _ 



10th. 
6th.. 



8th.. 
4th- 
nth. 
43d.- 



5th.. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
2d.-. 



213 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Commodity Credit 
Corporation— C ontinued 

Office of Supply— Con. 

Program Liaison Branch 

J. B. Long 



Chief. 



Pa. 



Reports and Special Programs 
Branch 



M. M. Sandstrom 

Sales Branch 



Chief- 



Iowa. 



24 th. 



6th _ - 



W. H. Pittman. 



School Lunch and Distri- 
bution Branch 



W. C. Ockey 

Leonard Trainer. 



do 

Assistant Chief. 



Shipping and Storage Branch 



Harry B. McQrew. 
R. S. Soleau 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Regional Directors 



Francis D. Cronin 

Col. James H. Palmer. 

Latham White 

E. O. Pollock 

Charles W. Smith 



Regional Director, Northeast.. 
Regional Director, Southern... 
Regional Director, Southwest. 
Regional Director, Midwest... 
Regional Director, Western... 



Ky 


6th-... 


Calif.... 




N. Mex. 




W. Va__ 
Va 


4th.... 
8th.... 


Nebr.... 

S. C 

Okla.... 


1st--.. 
2d 


Tex 

Mich.... 


6th.... 



Extension Service 

Office of the Director 



Milburn L. Wilson 

Meredith C. Wilson 

Reuben Brigham 

Lawrence A. Bevan 

Walter H. Conway 

Howard H. Williamson. 

Paul V. Kepner 

Charles L. Chambers. . - 
Henry W. Qilbertsou--- 
T. Weed Harvey 



Director of Extension Work 

Deputy Director of Extension Work.. 
Assistant Director of Extension Work. 
do 



.do. 
-do- 



Assistant to the Director of Extension Work . 

Principal Agriculturist 

do 

do 



Mont. 
N. Y-. 
Md... 
N. J... 
N. H.. 
Tex... 
Md-.. 
Ala... 
Minn. 
Ind... 



1st.. 
37th. 
6th.. 
3d... 
2d... 
6th-. 
6th- 
9th.. 
2d-.. 
2d-.. 



Division of Business 
Administration 

Christopher S. Tenley 



Chief- 



D. C. 



Division of Field 
Coordination 



Hans W. Hochbaum. 



.do- 



DinsioN of Subject 
Matter 



Julien L. Boatman - 



.d0- 



Idaho.. 



Iowa 



2d. 



agricultural and home 

ECONOMICS section 



Samuel P. Lyle 

economics section 
Whitney B. Stout 



Principal Agriculturist in Charge. 



Ga. 



-do. 



Ohio 



6th.... 



8th„.. 



nth.. 



$5,600 



6,750 



7,000 



8,000 
6,500 



8,000 
6,500 



6,500 
6,750 
5,800 
6,500 
6,500 



9,000 

(38) 

7,500 
6,500 
6,500 
7,500 
5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 



4,600 



7,000 



7,000 



6,000 



5,600 



'• Salary received as Head of Farm Labor. 



214 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cone. 

Dist. 



Extension Service — Con. 

Division of Field Studies 
AND Training 

Gladys G. Gallup 



Chief- 



DrvisiON of Extension 
Informatton 



Lester A. Sr'iln'i 
Ralph M. Ful'hum 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



Wash.., 



Ohio... 
Va 



Farm Labor 



Meredith C. Wilson. 
Harrison M. Dixon.. 



Deputy Director 

Assistant Deputy Director. 



recruitment and place- 
ment DIVISION 



Barnard D. Joy. 



Chief. 



VICTORY FARM VOLUNTEERS 
DIVISION 



Irvin IT. Schmitt, 



.do. 



WOMEN'S LAND ARMY 
DIVISION 



Florence L. Hall. 



.do. 



LABOR UTILIZATION DIVISION 

Lawrence M. Vaughan 

Labor Management Section 
Kenneth F. Warner 



.do. 



N. Y... 
Ohio... 



Oreg... 



Iowa. 



Mich. 



Md. 



6th.... 



13th. 
8th.. 



37th. 
15th. 



4th... 



Head of Section. 



Md. 



7th. 



7th. 



5th. 



Labor Analysis Section 
( Vacancy) 

Work SimpUficntion Section 

(Vacancy) 

Farm Security Administration 

Office of the Administrator 



Frank Hancock 

Robert W. Hudgens 

C. Stott Noble 

Paul J. Doyle 

Frederick D. Mott... 



-do. 



.do. 



Administrator 

Associate Administrator. 
Assistant Administrator. 

^...do 

Chief Medical Officer... 



N. C 

S. C. 
Ohio. 
N. C. 
Md.. 



Division Directors 



Cylar H. Van Natta. 
Winston O. Trone... 

Walton Dodge 

Carl A. Johnson 

Paul V. Maris 

WiUiam C. Orr, Jr... 

Ralph A. Picard 

David S. Allshouse.. 

Virgil L. Couch 

Gerald E. Tichenor.. 



T. Wilbur Crutcher. 
Marcus B. Bras well 



Chief Administrative Analyst. — 

Business Manager 

Director, Cooperative Division.. 

Chief Engineer 

Director, Farm Ownership Division.. 

Chief Fiscal Ofricer 

Director, Information Division 

Director, Investigation Division 

Chief Personnel Officer 

Acting Director, Program and Reports Divi- 
sion. 

Director, Project Sales Division 

Director, Rural Rehabilitation Division 



Mo.. 
Ohio. 

Kans 

Mass... 
Oreg... 
Te.K.... 
Ind.... 

Pa 

Ky..... 
Mich... 



Ohio. 

N. C. 



5th- 
4th. 
2d.. 
2d.. 
7th- 



6th.. 
3d... 
4th.. 
3d-.. 
1st-. 
13th. 
nth. 
28th. 
1st... 
4th.. 



3» Salary paid by Public Health Service. 



215 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


Ga. 


10th-. 


Wis 


5th-... 


Mo 


10th-. 


N. C... 


4th-.. 


Ala 


2d 


Ark 


5th.-.- 


Kans 


2d 


Okla..-. 


7th...- 


Calif.... 


6th.... 


Colo 


3d 


Wis 


10th-.. 


. Ark 


2d 


Nebr._.. 


4th-. ._ 


Wyo.... 


At L.. 


Ala 


2d 


Ark 


6th 


Calif.-.. 


7th-... 


Calif-... 


8th.... 


Colo 


1st 


Conn... 


1st..- 


Fla- 


2d 


Ga 


3d 


Idaho... 


2d 


Ill 


21st... 


Ind 


7th.... 


Iowa 


5th.... 


Kans 


2d 


Ky 


9th-... 


La 


4th-.. 


Maine. - 


3d 


Md 


6th.... 


Mich 


6th-.. 


Minn... 


6th.-.. 


Miss 


2d 


Mo 


1st 


Mont... 


2d 


Nebr.... 


1st 


N. H.... 


2d 


N. H.— 


1st 


N. Mex. 


AtL-- 


N. Y...- 


35th--. 


N. C... 


5th--.. 


N. Dak. 


AtL-- 


Ohio 


12th-.. 


Okla.-.. 


7th -.. 


Pa 


24th-. 


S. C 


2d 


S. Dak-. 


2d 


Tenn..- 


8th-... 


Tex 


5th_... 


Tex 


19th... 


Utah.... 


2d 


Vt 


At L.. 


Va 


6th.... 


Wash... 


3d 


W. Va.. 


2d 


Wis 


10th-.- 


Wyo.... 


AtL.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Farm Security Administra- 
tion—Continued 

Regional Directors 



James H. Wood 

Thomas C. Schmidt- 
Stephen C. HugheS-. 

John B. Slack 

Ernest S. Morgan-... 

Eli B. Whitaker 

Cal A. Ward 

E. Lee Ozbim 

R. W. Hollenberg-.-. 

Floyd F. Higbee 

Walter .-v. Duffy 

Ray E. Davis 

Dale B. Jacques 



Area Director 
John A. Goe 

State Directors 



Millard H. Pearson. 

Jodie Anderson 

Milton R. Howard.. 



Leif E. Wahlberg. 



Edward T. Searle.. 
Earle W. Prout, Jr- 



John A. Texada, Jr 

Robert L. Vansant 

Ronald W. Purcell 

John M. Fullington 

E. H. Shideler 

Harry L. Young 

George L. McCarty 

Earl Mayhew 

Fritz L. Spencer 

Homer F. Worcester... 
John D. Leatherman -. 

Roswell O. Carr.. 

Fred J. Marshall- 

Dallas C. Vandevere... 

L. C. Carpenter 

George Jude Hubber-.. 

Lynn R. Leonard 

Raymond H. Freeman- 
Paul Bickford 

Glen Qrisham 

R. Tyler Space 

Vance E. Swift 

Walter J. Maddoek 

Andrew L. Sorenson... 
Arthur C. Peterman--- 

Carson F. Mertz 

Robert F. Kolb 

Ralph W. Hutchinson - 

Luther H. Haltom 

Clarence T. Watson 

E. Fuel Liner 

D. Ivo Eames 

Leslie Q. Gallup 

James S. Wills 

Herbert E. Drew 

Russell G. Ellyson 

John E. Nettleton 

J. Gordon Morgan 



Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 
Region 



1, Upper Darby, Pa 

2, Milwaukee, Wis 

3, Indianapolis, Ind 

4, Raleigh, N. C 

5, Montgomery, Ala 

6, Little Rock, Ark 

7, Lincoln, Nebr 

8, Dallas, Tex 

9, San Francisco, Calif. 

10, Denver, Colo 

11, Portland, Oreg 

12, Amarillo, Tex 

13, San Juan, P. R 



Area Director (Wheeler Case Program), Den- 
ver, Colo. 



Auburn, Ala 

Little Rock, Ark 

Arizona and Southern California, Los Angeles, 

Calif. 
Northern California and Nevada, Sacramento, 
Calif. 

Denver, Colo 

Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Is- 
land, Hartford, Conn. 

Gainesville, Fla 

Athens, Ga 

Boise, Idaho 

Champaign, 111 

La Fayette, Ind 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Topeka, Kans 

Lexington, Ky 

Baton Rouge, La 

Bangor, Maine • 

Delaware and Maryland, Baltimore, Md 

East Lansing, Mich 

St. Paul, Minn--- 

Jackson, Miss 

Columbia, Mo 

Bozeman, Mont 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Concord, N. H 

New Brunswick, N. J 

Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Ithaca, N. Y 

Raleigh, N. C 

Bismarck, N. Dak 

Columbus, Ohio 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Columbia, S. C 

Huron, S. Dak 

Nashville, Tenn 

Dallas, Tex 

Amarillo, Tex 

Logan, Utah 

Montpelier, Vt 

Richmond, Va 

Olympia, Wash 

Morgantown, W. Va 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Laramie, Wyo 



$7, 250 
6,500 
6.500 
7,000 
7,250 
6,750 
7,500 
7,250 
7,000 
6,500 
7,250 
6,500 
24 6, 500 



6,500 



4,800 
4,600 
4,600 

4,600 

3,800 
3,800 

4,800 
5,400 
4,600 
4,600 
5,000 
4,600 
4,200 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,000 
4,600 
4,800 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 
4,600 
5,000 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 
4,600 
4,800 
4,600 
3,800 



21 Plus 25 percent differential for Puerto Rican service. 



216 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Federal Crop Insurance 
Corporation 

J. Carl Wright 

Ervin W. Anderson 

(Vacancy) 

L. Carl Fry 

John B. Daniels 

M. Eldon Colby 

Thomas M. Qachet 

William H. Rowe 

Ernest D. Berkaw 

John B. McClure 

John T. Ashford 

Charles B. Holmes 

Office of Labor 

Office of the Director 



Lt. Col. Wilson R. Buie 
K. A. Butler 

Howard A. Preston 

Fred Q. Campbell 

Alden S. Ingraham 

Campbell O. Loughmiller. 
Col. William M. Wilder 
Ernest W. Grubb 



Manager 

Northwest Area Director 

Northeast Area Director 

Southeast Area Director 

Southwest Area Director 

Chief, Actuarial Division 

Chief, Procedure Division 

Chief, Program Division 

Chief, Survey and Review Division. 
Branch Manager, Birmingham, Ala- 
Branch Manager, Chicago, 111 

Branch Manager, Denver, Colo 



Okla..-. 
N. Dak. 



8th. _. 
AtL. 



Tenn... 
Ark.._. 
Kans._. 

Ala 

Ohio... 

Pa 

Ala.... 
Nebr__. 
Nebr... 



Director of Labor 

Assistant Director of Labor. 

do 

Special Liaison Officer 

do 

do 

Liaison Officer 

do 



Operations Branch 
Clarence E. Herdt 

Program Branch 

WUliam C. Holley 

Health Services Branch 

Henry B. Makover, MD., 
Surgeon (R) USPHS. 

Personnel Management 
Division 

Frank P. Abbott 

Business Services Division 

E.G. Wainwright 

Budget and Finance Division 

Louis E. Marchi 

Northeastern Division 
Leigh B. Barrett 

Southeastern Division 

C. O. Dickey 

Central Division 
W. A. Canon 

Northwestern Division 
W. H. Tolbert 

Southwestern Division 
W. A. Anglim 



Chief- 



_do- 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



N. Y. 



Md. 



do. 



Pa. 



Acting Chief of Operations. 



Fla. 



.do. 



Ky. 



Chief of Operations. 



Tex. 



_do. 



-do. 



Calif. 



Calif. 



4th.. 
5th-. 
6th-. 
3d--. 
14th- 
21st. 
8th-. 
2d--. 
3d— 



S. C-.-. 


6th-.. 


Ind 


nth... 


Ohio 


22d-... 


111 -- 


13th.-. 


Wyo 


AtL-. 


Tex 


5th.... 


Ga- 


2d 


Md 


1st...- 


N.J..... 


9th.... 


Va 


8th..-. 


Md 


4th..-. 



43d..- 



6th- 



18th- 



4th. 



6th. 



7th. 



*» See Army pay table in appendix of Official Register. 



217 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
; Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Marketing Services 

Office of the Director 
Clarence W. Kitchen .- 



Director. 



Operations 



Harry E. Reed 

Gordon P. Peyton... 

William C. Crow 

Carl H. Robinson 

Thomas O. Stitts 

William H. Jasspon.. 
Emanuel A. Meyer.. 
Kenneth W. Berkey. 
Edward J. Murphy.. 
Sterling R. Newell... 

William C. Crow 

Harold C. Albin 

Joshua Bernhardt 

Charles E. Gage 



Deputy Director for Operations- 
Assistant Deputy Director 

do. 



Civilian Programs 



Sylvester R. Smith. 
Arthur E. Browne.. 



Milbum L. Wilson. 



Fiscal, Personnel and 

Administrative Services 

Divisions 

Fred J. Hughes 

Henry O. Herrell 

Charles E. OflEutt 

Marion F. Allsman 

Forest C. Brimacombe _ 

Herman L. McLeod __ 

Elwyn J. Rowell 

William A. DeVaughan 

area offices 
Northeast — Area No. 1 



Charles A. Particelli. . . 

Henry A. Scully 

William K. Bing 

Midwest — Area No 



Richard E. Bender. 
Eugene J. Settino.. 
Earl A. Hoyle 



Western — Area No. S 



Eugene D. Moran. 

Jess B. Combs 

James T. Forster... 



Chief, 

Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Cotton and Fiber Branch 

Dairy and Poultry Branch.. 

Fats and Oils Branch 

Fruit and Vegetable Branch.. 
Industry Operations Branch. 

Grain Products Branch 

Livestock and Meats Branch. 
Marketing Facilities Branch. 
Special Commodities Branch. 

Sugar Branch 

Tobacco Branch 



Deputy Director for Civilian Programs 

Acting Chief, Civilian Food Requirements 

Branch. 
Chief, Nutrition Programs Branch 



Deputy Director for Management 

Assistant Deputy Director. 

Acting Chief, Administrative Services Divi- 
sion. 
Acting Chief, Administrative and Procedure 

Analysis Division. 
Acting Chief, Budget and Reports Division.. 

Acting Chief, Finance Division 

Acting Chief, Marketing Reports Division 

Acting C hief , Personnel Division 



(Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecti- 
cut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsyl- 
vania, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, 
New Jersey, West Virginia). Station: New 
York, N. Y. 

Area Administrative Services OflBcer 

Acting Fiscal OflScer. 

Acting Personnel Officer. 



(Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, North Dakota, 
South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Michi- 
gan, Missouri, Iowa, Ohio). Station: 
Chicago, 111. 

Area Administrative Services Officer 

Acting Area Fiscal Officer 

Area Personnel Officer 



(Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, 
Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Mon- 
tana, Hawaii, Alaska). Station: San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Area Admmistrative Services Officer. -. _ 

Acting Area Fiscal Officer 

Area Personnel Officer _ 



Oreg. 



Kans... 

Va 

Ala 

Tex 

N. Y... 
Tenn... 

Pa 

Pa 

Maine. 



5th. 



3d... 
10th. 
34th_ 
10th. 
22d_. 
8th.. 
2d.__ 



Md 

Ala 

Va 

N. Y.... 
Mo 


5th_._. 

3d 

8th.... 
25th ... 
10th-. . 


Calif.... 
Calif-... 


6th.... 
15th-.. 


Mont... 


1st...: 


Nebr.... 
D. C... 


1st-.-- 


Wyo..-- 


AtL-- 


Nebr— . 


4th.. - _ 


Mich.... 
Calif.-.. 

Md 

Va 


14th-- 
15th... 
6th...- 
8th..-- 


N. Y._.. 

Mass 

S. C 


19th--. 

3d 

3d 


111 

Pa 

Md 


lst-.__ 
19th.-. 
6th.... 


Wis 

Mo 

Calif.... 


2d 

4th.... 
6th__-. 



$9, 250 



9,000 

8,000 

(") 

8,250 

8,250 

8,000 

8,000 

7,000 

8,250 

8,000 

8,000 

8,250 

8,250 

8,000 



9,000 
6,500 



" 9, 000 



8,000 
7,000 
5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
5,800 
5,800 
5,600 



4,600 
4,600 
3,800 



3,800 
3,300 
4,600 



3,800 
3,200 
4,600 



<' Salary received as Chief, Marketing Facilities Branch. 
" Salary paid by Extension Service half of the fiscal year. 



218 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist.^ 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Marketing Serv- 
ices — Continued 










Fiscal, Personnel and 

Administrative Services 

Divisions— Continued 










area offices— con. 










Southwest — Area No. 4 
H. Ray Comett 


(.Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, 
Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas). Station: 
Dallas, Tex. 

Area Administrative Services Officer 


Ark 

Tex 

Kans 


3d 

18th__- 
4th-. _- 


$3, 800 




Acting Area Fiscal Officer . .. 


3,800 


George E. Hanna 


Area Personnel Officer , . 


4,600 


Southern — Area No. 5 


(Kentucky, Tenne.ssee, Virginia, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, 
Alabama, Mississippi). Station; Atlanta, 
Ga. 

Area Administrative Services Officer 








Hilliar A. Reynolds ... 


Miss.... 
La 

N. Dak 


1st 

ISt.-.- 

At L.. 


3,300 


Bernard B. Levy 


Acting Area Fiscal Officer ... . 


3,200 


Thelma Willoughbv 


Anfinp- Pprsnnnel OfRner 


3,800 


Office of Materials and 
Facilities 










Office of Director 










Frederic B. Northmp 

Arthur Bums 


Director . . 


Va 

Calif-..- 
Ind 


8th.-_. 
6th._-- 
2d 


9,000 


Assistant Director. _ . . 


8,000 


John H. Stambaugh 


do 


8,000 


Administrative Manage- 
ment Division 






M. A. Stahl 


Chief 


N. Y.-.. 


19th.- 


4,600 


Chemicals and Fertilizers 




Branch 










office of chief 










U. F. MacLeod .. 


...do 


Calif..-. 


6th.... 


8,000 


Field Services Section 






Lewis G. Porter... ... . ._ 


do 


Va 


8th.... 


4,600 


Fertilizer Requirements 
Section 






Thomas L. Jefferios 


Head . 


S. C... 


2d 


5,600 


Economic Poisons Order 
Section 






Clyde C. Hamilton 


do . -^ 


N.J 


3d 


5,600 


Miscellaneous Chemicals 
Requirements Section 






Jacob Schaffer . 


.... do 


Md 

Wis 


5th-... 
2d 


6,400 


Max Phillips... 


Assistant Head 


5,200 


Containers and Packag- 
ing Branch 










office of chief 










Russell A. Palen 


Chief 


W. Va-. 


2d 


8,000 


ORDER administration 






division 










Louis J. Mancuso 


do 


D. C... 




6,000 



219 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Materials and 
Facilities— Con. 



Farm Machinery and 
Supplies Branch 



OFFICE OF chief 

Leon B. Taylor 



Chief- 



farm machinery and 
equipment division 

William R. Noble 

Roger Stewart 



do 

Assistant Chief_ 



MISCELLANEOUS FARM SUP- 
PLIES DIVISION 



Marshall P. Driggs. 



Chief. 



farm CONSTRUCTION MATE- 
RIALS AND TOOLS DIVISION ' 

Wayne D. McAfee 



-do- 



Building Materials and 
Electrical Facilities Section 

Joseph W. Simons 



Head- 



Farm Hand Tools and 
Miscellaneous Section 



Joseph Hines 

Program Branch 
office of chief 



.do. 



Tlieodore L. Sweet. 
George H. Daniel.. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief. 



REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS 
DIVISION 



Albert S. Nemir. 



Chief. 



PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION 
DIVISION 



John W. Palmer, Jr 

Eldon W. Christopher. 



.do. 



Assistant Chief. 



PRIORITIES AND ALLOCATIONS 
DIVISION 

Dudley B. Harde 



Chief. 



PREFERENCE RATING 
DIVISION 



Edward M. Bayliss. 



Acting Chief. 



Transportation and Stor- 
age BRANCH 

OFFICE OF CHIEF 

John p. Monahan 

REQUIREMENTS DIVISION 



Robert C. Burnette. 

Evlan E. Brown 

Harry RatclifEe 



.do. 



Storage Specialist . 

do 

do 



Idaho. 



Kans 

Kans 



D. C. 



Ohio.. 



lowa. 



S. C 

R.I.- 
Va.._ 

Tex.. 

N. Y. 
Va... 



N. Y.... 



Tenn. 



Colo... 



N. Y... 

Ill 

N. Dak. 



6th. 
1st. 



22d. 



7th _ 



2d. 



2d.. 

8th _ 



loth. 



11th. 

1st.. 



nth... 



lOth- 



1st. 



36th. 
16th. 
1st.. 



$8,000 



6,500 
5,600 



6,500 



4,600 



4,600 



8,000 
6,500 



6,500 



6,500 
5,600 



6,500 



4,600 



5,600 



5,600 
4,600 
4,600 



220 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Soil Conservation Serrice 










Office of the Chief 










Hugh H. Bennett 


Chief 


N. C._.. 
Tex 

Tex 

Miss 

Maine.. 
Calif.... 

Mass 

Tex.. . 


8th.... 
6th.... 
12th... 

1st 

3d 

9th._.. 

5th_... 
10th 


$9 000 


Assistant Chief 


6,750 




Assistant to the Chief . - . 


5,600 
6 400 




do . 


Glenn K. Rule 


Executive Assistant to the Chief 

Assistant Chief (Special Consultant to the 

Chief). 
Assistant Chief, In Charge Camp Operations.. 
Foreign Liaison Representative 


5,200 


Walter C. Lowdermilk 


7,500 
6,400 


William X. Hull 


5,600 


Administrative Services 
Division 










Chief 


Ill 


7th 


5,600 


Budget and Finance Division 












do 


Utah.... 


2d ... 


5,600 


Information and Education 
Division 










Gordon K Zimmerman 


do 


D. C .- 




5,800 


Land Acquisition Division 












. do 


N. C. .. 


4th .. 


6,400 


Personnel Management 
Division 










William R Van Dersal 


do ... 


Pa 




5,800 


Records and Reports Division 










Robert W Rogers 


do -. 


Tenn 


7th . 


4,600 


States Relations Division 












do 


Conn.. 


1st 


6,000 


Operations 










Am wel E. Jones 


. ...do. ... 


Nebr.... 

Md 

Conn 


1st 

6th ... 
3d 


6,750 


Frank J. Hopkins 


Assistant Chief .*. 

. do 


6,400 




6,000 


Agronomy Division 




















Biology Division 










Edward H Graham 


Chief . . 


Pa 




5,800 


Cartographic Division 












Chief, Beltsville, Maryland 


Md 


5th..-. 


6,000 


Engineering Division 












Chief 


Ala 


3d 


6,200 


Forestry Division 






John F. Preston 


do 


Pa 


29th... 


6,200 


Nursery Division 






Harry A. Gunning 


do :.... 


Md 


5th.... 


6,000 



221 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OrnCUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Soil Conservation Service — 

Continued 

Land Management Division 

Edward Q. Grest 

Project Plans Division 

Melville H. Cohee -. 

Range Division 
Frederic G. Renner 



_do. 



Chief. 



.do. 



Soil Conservation Surveys 
Division 



Ethan A. Norton.. 

Water Conservation Division 

Homer M. Wells.. 

Research 



.do. 



-do- 



Mark L. Nichols 

Howard E. Middleton 

Samuel B. Detwiler-- 

George W. Musgrave 

Charles E. Ramser 

C. Warren Thornthwaite. 
Russell E. Uhland 



.do. 



Erosion Control Practices 
Division 



Forrest O. Bell..-. 

Farm Irrigation Division 
Walter W. McLaughlin 



Water Conservation and Dis- 
posal Practices Division 



Lewis A. Jones 

Region 1 



Austin L. Patrick. 
Alvin C. Watson.. 



Oscar C. Bruce 

N. Paul Tedrow (Acting) . 

Richard S . Snyder 



WiUiam B. Oliver.. 
Edward M. Davis. 



Allan J. Collins (Acting). 

Allan J. Collins 

Linwood L. Lee 

Irving B. Stafford.. 

Walter C. Gumbel 

L. Russell Albright 

Lemuel J. Peet 

Longfellow L. Lough 



Assistant Chief 

Research Specialist. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-..-do 



Chief- 



Chief, Berkeley, California- 



Chief- 



Regional Conservator, Upper Darby, Pa 

Assistant Regional Conservator, Upper 

Darby, Pa. 
Chief, Operations, Upper Darby, Pa 

State Conservationist, Connecticut, Storrs, 
Conn. 

State Conservationist, Delaware, Newark, 
Del. 

State Conservationist, Maine, Orono, Maine.. 

State Conservationist, Maryland, College 
Park, Md. 

State Conservationist, Massachusetts, Dur- 
ham, New Hampshire. 

State Conservationist, New Hampshire, Dur- 
ham, N. H. 

State Conservationist, New Jersey, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 

State Conservationist, New York, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

State Conservationist, Pennsylvania, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

State Conservationist, Rhode Island, Kings- 
ton, R. I. 

State Conservationist, Vermont, Burlington, 
Vt. 

StateJConservationist, West Virginia, Mor- 
gantown, W. Va. 



Minn.. 



Wis- 



Wash. 



4th _ 



2d- 



5th-.. 



Ill 


19th... 


Tex 




Ala 


3d 


Iowa 


6th.... 


Pa 


17th... 


N.J..... 


3d 


Okla.--- 


5th-... 


Okla.... 


5th.... 


Mo 


3d 


Wis 





Utah. 



S. Dak- 



Pa.... 
Pa.... 

Md... 
Pa.... 

Pa-... 

Pa...- 

S. C... 

N. Y.. 
N. Y-- 
N. J... 

N. Y.. 
W. Va 
Pa.... 
Vt.... 
W. Va 



1st 



Ist. 



23d-.. 
23d-.. 



5th-- 
24th. 



23d. 



11th- 
3d... 



40th- 
40th.. 
4th... 
35th.. 
1st... 
17th.. 
At L. 
1st... 



$6. 000 
6,000 
6,000 

6,400 
5,800 



6,750 
5,800 
6,000 
5,800 
6,200 
6,200 
6,400 



5,600 
7,000 

6,200 



7,000 
6,000 



6,000 
4,000 



4,200 



5,000 
5,000 



4,000 
5,400 
4, 800 
4,600 
3,800 
5,400 
5,000 



222 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OrnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Soil Conservation Service — 

Continued 

Region 2 



Thomas S. Buie^- 
James W. Sargent. 

Julian G. LiddelL. 
Olin C. Medlock.. 
Colin D. Gunn... 



Thomas L. Asbury, 
Hubbard K. Gayle. 

Charles B. Anders. . 

Earl B. Garrett 

Ernest Carnes 

William M. Hardy. 

Lyman Carrier 

Ulmont S. Allison.- 



Region S 



Ralph H . Musser 

John Sumner Cutler. 



Richard L. Von Trebra. 

Bruce B. Clark 

Kenneth Welton 

Frank H. Mendell 

Everett C. Sackrider 



Herbert A. Flueck. 



Kenyon G. Harman. 

Thomas C. Kennard. 
Marvin F. Schweers. 



Region J, 



Louis P. Merrill 

James W. Hammett. 



Henry N. Smith.. 
Edgar A. Hodson. 



Harold B. Martin 

Harry M. Chambers. 
Paul H. Walser 



Region 5 



Arthur E. McClymonds. 
Harold E. Engstrom 



Berten W. Allred 

Fred J. Sykes... 

Truman C. Anderson. 



Emrys G. Jones 

Angus D. McKinnon. 
Ross D. Davic's 
Edgar A. Reeves 



Regional Conservator, Spartanburg, S. C 

Assistant Regional Conservator, Spartanburg, 
S. C. 

Chief, Operations, Spartanburg, S. C 

State Conservationist, Alabama, Auburn, Ala. 

State Conservationist, Florida, Gainesville, 
Fla. 

State Conservationist, Georgia, Athens, Ga... 

State Conservationist, Kentucky, Lexington, 
Ky. 

State Conservationist, Mississippi, Jackson, 
Miss. 

State Conservationist, North Carolina, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 

State Conservationist, South Carolina, Col- 
umbia, S. C. 

State Conservationist, Tennessee, Nashville, 
Tenn. 

State Conservationist, Virginia, Blacksburg, 
Va. 

Director, Caribbean Area, San Juan, P. R 



Regional Conservator, Milwaukee, Wis 

Assistant Regional Conservator, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Chief, Operations, Milwaukee, Wis 

State Conservationist, Illinois, Urbana, 111 

State Conservationist, Indiana, Lafayette, Ind 

State Conservationist, Iowa, Ames, Iowa 

State Conservationist, Michigan, East Lan- 
sing, Mich. 
State Conservationist, Minnesota, St. Paul, 

Minn. 
State Conservationist, Missouri, Columbia, 

Mo. 
State Conservationist, Ohio, Columbus, Ohio.. 
State Conservationist, Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis. 



Regional Conservator, Ft. Worth, Te.\- 

Assistant Regional Conservator, Ft. Worth, 

Tex. 
Chief, Operations, Ft. Worth, Tex 

State Conservationist, Arkansas, Little Rock, 

Ark. 
State Conservationist, Louisiana,Baton Rouge, 

La. 
State Conservationist, Oklahoma, Oklahoma 

City, Okla. 
State Conservationist, Texas, Temple, Tex.... 



Regional Conservator, Lincoln, Nebr 

Assistant Regional Conservator, Lincoln, 

Nebr. 
Chief, Operations, Lincoln, Nebr 

State Conservationist, Kansas, Salina, Kans.. 

State Conservationist, Montana, Bozeman, 
Mont. 

State Conservationist, Nebraska, Lincoln, 
Nebr. 

State Conservationist, North Dakota, Bis- 
marck, N. Dak. 

State Conservationist, South Dakota, Huron, 
S. Dak. 

State Conservationist, Wyoming, Laramie, 
Wyo. 



S. C. 
Ark. 

Ga.. 
Ala. 
Fla.. 



Ga. 
Ky. 



Miss.. 
N. C_. 

s. c... 

Tenn. 
Oreg.. 
Tex... 



Calif.. 
Ohio.. 



Nebr 

N. Dak. 
S. Dak.. 
Wyo.... 



5th _ 
5th. 



2d.... 
3d_... 
Ist... 



Ifith. 
2d... 



1st... 
7th.. _ 
4th... 
7th... 
1st... 
12th.. 



12th. 
16th. 



Kans 

111 

D.C.... 


7th.... 
16th... 


Mo 

Mich... 


1st-..- 
6th.-- 


Wis 


7th...- 


Mo 


3d 


Ohio.... 
Wis 


10th..- 

8th--.. 


Tex 

La 


3d 

8th-.:. 


Tex 

Ark 


17th.- 
5th.... 


La 


4th.... 


Okla.... 


7th—. 


Tex 


3d.-... 


Colo 

Nebr.... 


3d 

3d 


Colo 

Kans 

Idaho. -. 


3d 

6th. .- 
2d 



1st... 
AtL. 
Ist... 
AtL. 



<' Plus 25 percent differential. 



223 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Soil Conservation Service — 

Continued 

Region 6 
Cyril Luker 


Regional Conservator, Albuquerque. N. Mex.. 

Assistant Regional Conservator, Albuquer- 
que, N. Mex. 

Chief, Operations, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

State Conservationist, Arizona. Phoenix, Ariz- 

State Conservationist, Colorado, Ft. Collins, 
Colo. 

State Conservationist, New Mexico, Albu- 
querque, N. Mex. 

State Conservationist, Utah, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Regional Conservator, Portland, Oreg 


Tex 

Ariz 

Ariz 

Ariz 

Colo,... 

N. Mex. 

Tex 

Idaho.. 
Calif.... 

Oreg 

Calif-... 

Idaho.. 

Nev 

N.Dak. 

Nebr.-.. 


19th... 
AtL.. 

AtL.- 
AtL.- 
3d 

AtL.. 

1st--.. 

1st 

nth... 

1st.... 
7th..-. 

1st.... 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 


$6, 750 


Floyd D. Matthews 

Robert V. Boyle . 


6,000 
6,000 


Allen F. Kinnison 

Kenneth W. Chalmers 

James V. Taylor 

Ray Walker 


5.000 
5,000 

5,400 

4,600 


Region 7 
John H. Christ 


7,000 


Walter E. Sykes 

Harry G. Ade 

John S. Barnes 

Robert N. Irving 

George Hardman 


Assistant Regional Conservator, Portland, 

Oreg. 
Chief, Operations, Portland, Oreg. 


6,000 
6,000 


State Conservationist, California, Berkeley, 

Calif. 

State Conservationist, Idaho, Boise, Idaho 

State Conservationist, Nevada, Reuo, Nev 

State Conservationist, Oregon, Corvallis, 

Oreg. 
State Conservationist, Washington, Pullman, 

Wash. 


6,400 

5,000 
4,800 


Leo L. Anderson.. _ _ 


4,800 


Paul C. McGrew 


5,400 











STAFF OFFICES, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND WAR 
FOOD ADMINISTRATION 



Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics 



Office of the Chief 



Howard R. Tolley 

Bushrod W. .-^-llin 

Foster F. Elliott 

James G. Maddox 

Raymond C. Smith 

Oris V.Wells 

Mordecai J. B. Ezekiel. 

Conrad Taeuber 

J. Henry Jarrett, Jr 

Ralph H. Rogers.. 

Clarence A. Brewer 

Emily E. Clark 

Randall P. Starkey 

Mildred B. Smith 



Division of Agricultural 
Finance 



Norman J. Wall. 



Division of Agricultural 
Statistics 



Paul L. Koenig. 



Division of Economic In- 
formation 



Peter H. DeVries. 



DivisiON of Farm Manage- 
ment AND Costs 



Sherman E. Johnson. 



Chief 

Agricultural Economist - 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 

Statistical Analyst 

Program Relations Officer. 

-\ssistant to the Chief 

Personnel Officer 

Budget Officer 

Accounts Officer 

General Service Officer 



Head of Division. 



-do- 



.do- 



-do. 



Calif---. 


nth--. 


Wis 


2d 


111 


19th... 


Ark 


6th...- 


Ohio 


12th--. 


N. Mex. 


AtL.. 


Md 


5th.... 


Mass 


2d 


Md 


4th.... 


Ark 


5th...- 


Okla-... 


4th--.- 


Wis 


2d 


Ark 


7th.... 


N. C-... 


5th-... 


Minn 


1st 


111 


2d 


Mich 


6th..-- 


S. Dak.. 


1st 



$10,000 
8,000 
8,500 
7,000 
8,500 
8,250 
8,500 
6,500 
6, 750 
6,000 
3,800 
3,300 
4,200 
3,200 



6,500 



5, 800 



7,500 



224 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Corn- 



Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
noiTi ics — C on tinned 

Division of Faem Popula- 
tion AND Rural Welfare 

Carlo. Taylor. __ 



Head of Division. 



Division of Land 
Economics 



V. Webster Johnson, 



.do. 



Iowa. 



Md. 



Division of Marketing and 
Transportation Research 



Frederick L. Thomsen. 



-do- 



Mo. 



7th.... 



5th,. 



8th. 



Division of Program Anal- 
ysis AND Development 

(Vacancy) 



.do. 



Division of Program Study 
AND Discussion 



Carl F. Taeusch. 



-do. 



Division of Program 
Surveys 

Albert A. Campbell. 



.do. 



Mass. 



Ill- 



nth... 



10th-. 



Division of Statistical and 
Historical Research 



Oscar C. Stine 

Field Service 



-do. 



Wis. 



3d_ 



office of the chief 

(Vacancy) 

Marion Clawson 

Elmer A Starch 

Lippert S. Ellis 

Gladwin E. Young 

Wessels S. Middaugh 

WOhelm Anderson 

Rex E. WUlard 

Division of Agricultural 
Statistics 

Agricultural Statisticians 



Roy L. Gillett 

Arnold J. King _. 

Dagma L. Floyd 

Virgil C. Childs 

Miles McPeek 

Richard C. Ross 

Chester D. Stevens... 
William D. Blachly.. 

George Knutson 

Clemens J. Heltemes. 
Harloy M. Brewer... 

Alfred C. Brittain 

Frank O. Black 

Glenn S. Ray 



Regional 
Regional 

Calif. 
Regional 
Regional 

Ark. 
Regional 

Wis. 
Regional 

Pa. 
Regional 

D. C. 
Regional 

Oreg. 



Agricultural Analyst, Atlanta, Ga... 
Agricultural Analyst, Berkeley, 

Agricultural Analyst, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Agricultural Analyst, Little Rock, 

Agricultural Analyst, Milwaukee, 

Agricultural Analyst, Upper Darby, 

Agricultural Analyst, Washington, 

Agricultural Analyst, Portland, 



Nev- 



Mont--. 
Okla.--. 



Ind 

Conn 

111 

Wash--. 



AtL- 



1st- 
5th- 



2d— 
2d-. 
10th. 
4th-. 



Albany, N.Y 

Ames, Iowa.- 

Athens, Ga 

Austin, Tex 

Baton Rouge, La..- 

Boise, Idaho - 

Boston, Mass 

Charleston, W. Va. 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Chicago, 111 

College Park, Md.. 

Columbia, Mo 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ohio 



N.Y.-.. 


37th. _. 


Wyo.-.. 


AtL.. 


Ga 


5th.... 


Mont... 


1st 


Okla...- 


5th.... 


Mont..- 


1st 


Mass 


5th.-. 


Okla.-.. 


1st 


Mont... 


1st 


Wash . . . 


2d 


Ohio.... 


7th.... 


Iowa 


7th.-. 


S.C-... 


2d 


Colo 


2d 



** Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



225 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otlierwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


Nebr_... 


1st 


Mont... 


1st 


Iowa 


7th.__- 


Minn... 


7th__.. 


Miss 


6th_... 


Pa 


19th-.. 


Mont--- 


1st 


S. C... 


2d 


Ind 


lOth.- 


Wyo.... 


At L.. 


Nebr._.. 


1st 


Okla.--. 


5th---- 


Ky 


7th--- 


Wis 


3d 


Ala 


2d-..- 


Okla.... 


5th...- 


S. C._... 


ist 


Nebr_... 


4th...- 


Calif _-.- 


3d 


N. C... 


4th-.. 


Wis 


9th-.- 


111 


23d--- 


Mont... 


2d-.... 


Kans 


2d— .- 


Kans 


2d 


Wash... 


5th--. 


Kans 


1st 


Minn 


9th...- 


Kans 


2d 


Okla.... 


5th...- 


Kans 


5th-.. 


Fla 


5th-.- 


Qa 


3d 


N. Y._.. 


42d -.. 


D. C .- 




R. I 


1st.... 


Mass 


14th-.- 


Md 


4th-.-. 


Calif.. __ 


6th-.-. 


Utah..-. 


2d 


Ill 


2d 


Va 


6th-.- 


Oreg 


3d..-. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Ga 


3d..... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics — Continued 

Division of Agricultural 
STATISTICS— Continued 

Agricultural Statisticians — 
Continued 



Flovd K. Reed 

Fred W. Beier, Jr 

Leslie M. Carl. 

Ben U. Kienholz 

Donald A. McCandliss. 

Edgar L. Gasteiger 

Jay O. Diamond 

Samuel T. Marsh 

Cecil J. Borum- 

Fred Daniels 

Aaron E. Anderson 

Stuart L. Bryan 

Hal F. Bryant -.. 

Walter H. Ebling 

Jasper C. Garrett. 

Kenneth D. Blood 

J. Charles Townsend 

Evan V. Jones 

Niels I. Nielson 

Frank Parker 

Walter A. Hendricks 

Joseph A. Ewing 

George A. Scott 

Paul H. Kirk 

Edward C. Paxton 

Haven C. R. Stewart... 

Samuel J. Gilbert 

Andrew J. Surratt 

Hubert L. Collins 

Dewey O. Poster 

Miner M. Justin 



Denver, Colo 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Fargo, N. Dak. 

Oulfport, Miss 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Helena, Mont. 

Knoxvillc, Term 

Lansing, Mich 

Las Crucos, N. Mex.-. 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock, Ark 

Louisville, Ky 

Madison, Wis 

Montgomery, Ala 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Orlando, Fla 

Phoenix, Ariz... 

Portland, Oreg 

Raleigh, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C 

Richmond, Va 

Sacramento, Calif 

St. Paul, Minn 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Seattle, Wash .._ 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 

Springfleld, 111 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

West Lafayette, Ind.. 



Library 

Mildred C. Benton 

Bibliography Division 

Louise O. Bercaw. -.. 

Field Library Services 

Emily L. Day 



Librarian . 



Chief. 



.do- 



ReaSing and Reference 
Services 



A. Irene Fetty 

Technical Processes Division 

Norman L^^Kilpatrick 

Administration Division 
Gordon W. Parker 



Acting Chief- 



.do. 



.do. 



OSSce of Budget and Finance 

Office of the Director 

William A. Jump 

William R. Quigley 

Ralph S. Roberts 

Robert A. Walker. 

John H. LjTich 

Howard A. Nessen 

John L. Wells 

Elmo B. Bryan 



Director of Finance and Budget Office. 

Assistant Director 

do 

do 

Assistant to Director (Staff Assistant). 

.-•...do :.... 

do. 



Administrative Assistant 



** Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



"$4,400 
5,200 
5,000 
4,200 
5,800 

" 1, 920 
5,200 
4,800 

" 4, 200 
4,000 
5,200 
4,800 
4,800 

« 3, 500 

" 3, 000 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 

" 4, 800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,800 

** 5, 500 

i< 4, 700 
5,000 
5,000 
4,600 

" 5. 200 
5,200 
4,000 

" 4, 660 



6,500 
4,600 
4,600 

3,800 
3,800 
3,200 



9,000 
6, 500 
6, 5U0 
6,500 
5,800 
5,600 
5,600 
3,200 



226 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Budget and 

Finance— Con. 


_ 








Divhion of Estimates and 
Allotments 










Joseph C. Wheeler 

Paul M. Wilson 


Chief 

Head, Estimates Section 

Head, Budgetary Reporting and Statistics 

Section. 
Head, Legislative Reports and Service Section 
Head, Allotments and Apportionments Sec- 


Ohio 

Md 

N. Y_..- 

111 

Ga 


2d 

1st 

9th.... 

23d.... 
5th.___ 


$5, 600 
4.600 


Victor H. Beach 

Carl R. Sapp 

Charles L. Grant 


4,600 

4,500 
4,600 


John C. Brown 


tion. 
Acting Head, Special Projects Section 


Fla 


4th.... 


3,200 


Division of Fiscal Manage- 
ment 










Harold A. Stone 


Chief 


La 


2d 


6,000 


Division of Purchase, Sales 
and Traffic 










Ray Ward 

James M. Locknane 

Leslie T. Mahurin 


Chief 


D. C ... 




5, 600 


Head, General Contracting Section 

Head, Procurement Management Section 


Kv 

Mo 


6th.... 
3d 


4,800 
5,400 


Division of Corporate Fiscal 
Service 










Carl A. Fretts 


Chief 


Pa 


27th... 


5,600 


Division of Audit 












do - 


S. C 


2d 


5,600 


Division of Accounting 












do 


Wis 

Iowa 

Ga -- 


5th.. _. 
5th.. __ 

1st .- 


5,600 


William G. Raake 

Dwight L. Myers 

Office of Foreign Agricul- 
tural Relations 


Head, Departmental Accounts Section 

Head, Bureau Accounting Service 


4,400 
5,000 










Office of the Director 












Director .. .- ... 


Md 

Okla.._. 

Va 

Pa 


6th. __. 
5th..-- 
8th. ._. 
19th... 


8,250 




Associate Director . . . __ 


8, 000 




Assistant Director _ .- 


6, 750 




Foreign Trade Advisor . _.. 


6,000 


Regional Investigations Branch 






Eric En^lund 


Chief 


Kans 

Mich 


1st 

4th.... 


8,000 




Assistant Chief.. 


6,500 


International Commodities 
Branch 








Chief - 


Md 


6th.^.- 


8,000 


Technical Collaboration 
Branch 












...do 


Calif.. .- 
N. Y.... 


19th... 
37th... 


8,000 


Ralph H. Allee 


Assistant Chief 


6,500 


Division of Foreign Informa- 
tion and Statistics 












Chief 


Ga 


4th ... 


5,600 


Division of Adminiftration 






Elmer A. Reese.. --. 


do 


Nebr.._. 


1st.... 


4,600 



227 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Information 










Office of the Director 














Mich.... 

Md 

N. Dak. 

Wis 

Okla.... 
IlL 


6th.... 
6th.... 
.AtL.. 

2d 

2d 

21st... 


$8, 000 


Ernest G. Moore 


Assistant Director of Information 


6,500 


Robert L. Webster 


do 


6,750 


George F. Rows 




6,500 


J. Kendall McClarren 


Distribution Control Officer 


5,600 


James H. McCormick 


Executive Assistant to the Director .. .. 


5,800 


Personnel and Administrative 
Services 






Richard A. Hollis 


Chief . 


Md 


6th.... 


3,300 


Division of Publications 






Mflvin C. Merrill 


do - 


Utah.... 

Md 

Mo 

Kans 

111 

Pa 


2d 

3d 

2d 

4th.... 
25th... 
10th... 


6,200 


Edward F. Gallagher 


Assistant in Charge of Printing 


4,600 


Rov E. Miller 


Assistant in Charge of Editorial Work 


4,600 


Joseph H. Stevenson 


3,900 


Francis J. P. Clearv 


Assistant in Charge of Distribution 


3, 600 


Gretchen W. Costello 


Assistant in Charge of Mailing Lists 


2,600 


Press Service 










William K. Charles 


Chief 


Iowa 


5th.... 


5,800 


Radio Service 






Wallace L. Kadderly 


do 


Calif.... 


4th.... 


6,000 


Division of Special Reports 






Loren B.Hall 


do 


Va 


8th.... 


5,600 


Motion Picture Service 






Chester A. Lindstrom 


do 


N. H... 


1st 


5.600 


Exhibits Service 










Joseph W. niscox. ...... 


do 


Tenn.... 


2d 


5,400 


Office of Personnel 






Office of the Director 










T. Roy Reid 


Director . 


Ark 

Conn... 

Va. 

Calif.... 
R.I 


5th.... 
4th.... 
8th.... 
7th.... 
1st 


8,250 




Assistant Director 

do 


6, 750 


RtrotherB. Herrell .. 


6, 750 


Robert Ij. Hill 


Assistant to the Director 

do 


5,600 


Charles A. Locke 


5,600 


Division of Classification 






Bernard A. Neary 


Chief 


Conn 


4th.... 


5,600 


Division of Employment 






Parke G. Haynes.. 


do . 


N. Mex. 


AtL.. 


5,600 


Division of Investigations 






Chalmers T. Forster 


do 


Okla.... 


5th.... 


6,200 


Division of Organization and 
Personnel Management 










N. Robert Bear 


do 


Ohio..-. 


3d 


6,000 



654092—45- 



-16 



228 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


> Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of Personnel — Con. 

Division of Personnel Rela- 
tions and Safety 

Henrj' F. Shepherd 


Chief 


Ohio.... 

Miss 

Mass 


15th... 
1st.... 

14th... 


$5, 600 
5,800 

6,500 


Division of Training 
Christopher 0. Henderson . 


do 


Office of Plant and 
Operations 

Office of the Chief 

Arthur B. Thatcher 


Chief 


(Vacancy) 


Assistant Chief 




William T. Luman 

Marshall S. Wright 


do 

Technical Assistant to the Chief 


Ky - 

Va 

Minn 

111 

W. Va.. 

Va 

Va 

111 

Ind 

Pa 

D. C... 


8th-.-. 
8th.... 
4th.... 
6th.... 

3d..... 
8th..-- 
8th.... 
6th-... 
2d..... 
15th--. 


5,600 
5,800 


Everett C. Norberg 


Assistant to the Chief ... 


4,600 


Raymond J. Weir 


do 


4 600 


Equipment and Engineering 
Services Division 

William K. Knauff 


Chief . . 


5,800 


Communications Division 
John S. Lucas . 


do _ 


5,600 


Real Estate Division 
Mackey W. White 


do .. 


4,600 


Administrative Division 
William E. Weir 


do. 


3,500 


Central Supply Division 
Cyril W. Long 


do 


3,800 


Motor Transport Division 
Samuel G. Quinn 


do 


2,700 


Photographic and Duplicating 
Services Division 

Samuel L. Gardiner 


do . 


4,000 


Office of the Solicitor 

Robert H. Shields.... 




N. Y.... 

Md 

Okla.... 

Miss 

Md 

Md 

Nebr..-. 

Ga 

Md 

S. C... 

Mo 

Tenn.... 
D. C.- 


7th.... 

2d 

7th--.. 
6th.-.- 

2d 

6th.... 

1st 

10th-. 
6th-... 

3d 

12th-.. 
7th.... 


9,000 


Elijah Anthony 


Associate Solicitor, Kansas City, Mo 


8,000 


Robert L. Farrington 


Associate Solicitor 


8,000 


Henry Hilbun, Jr. 


do . . 


8,000 


W. Carroll Hunter 


do 


8,000 


Vincent D. Nicholson 


Associate Solicitor <' 


9,000 


Charles B. Nutting 


Associate Solicitor _ 


8.000 


Ashley Sellers .. 


...do 


(46) 


Donald J. Sherbondy 


...do 


8,250 


John C. Bagwell 


Division Chief 


6,750 


K. Wilde Blackburn 

Neil Brooks 


do 

do 


6,500 
6,500 


Robert 0. Brownell 


Division Chief, Kansas City, Mo 


6,500 


Charles W. Bucy 


Division Chief ... 


N.Y.... 

Mo 

Tex 

Mo 

Ohio.... 
Pa 


8th.... 
7th-. _. 
12th-.- 
12th-.. 
12th--- 
7th.... 


6,500 


Howard V. Campbell.. 

George E. Cooper 


do 

....do 


6,500 
6,500 


Russell P. Fischer 


Division Chief, St. Louis, Mo 


7,500 


Justin H. Folkerth 


Division Chief 


6,500 


Ralph F. Koebel 


do 


6,500 



« Serves as First Deputy Administrator, Rural Electrification Administration, without compensation, 
« Salary received as Assistant Administrator, War Food Administration, 



229 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of the Solicitor— Con. 

Harry C. Lamberton . 


Division Chief, St. Louis, Mo 


Mo 

D. C .. 


13th.-. 


$6, 750 


John E. Lee.. . 


Division Chief, Kansas City, Mo 

Division Chief 


6,500 


Edward P. Mynatt 


Tenn.-.. 
Ohio.... 
Calif.... 
Okla.... 
Calif-.-. 
Nebr.--- 

Tex 

Mont.-- 

Ga 

Okla-..- 

Tex 

Fla 

Calif-... 
N. Y--- 

111 


2d 

3d 

10th--. 
1st 

7th.... 

1st 

5th.... 

2d 

3d .... 
7th.... 
18th. -_ 

1st 

7th.... 
12th.-. 

10th... 


6,500 


Edward M. Shulman 


do . .... 


6,750 


Donald A. Rows -.. 


Executive Assistant to the Solicitor *^ 

Regional Attorney, Philadelphia, Pa 


5,600 


Leonard O. Carson 


6,500 


Harry P. Deehant 


Regional Attorney, San Francisco, Calif 

Regional Attorney, Chicago, 111 


6,500 


James A. Dovle... 


6,500 


William P. Farrell.. 


Regional Attornev, Dallas, Tex . 


6,500 


Spurgeon E. Paul 


Regional Attorney, Denver, Colo . 


6,500 


Linton B. West 


Regional Attorney, Atlanta, Ga 

Regional Attorney, Lincoln, Nebr 

Regional Attorney, Little Rock, Ark 


6,500 


William A. Bolding 

Dan P. Chisholm 


5,600 
5,600 


Raymond 0. Denham 


Regional Attorney, Raleigh, N. C 


5,600 


Jesse R. Parr 


Regional Attorney, Portland, Oreg 


5,600 


Aram D. Manuelian ... 


Regional Attorney, San Juan, Puerto Rico.-... 
Administrative Officer. . 


2< 4, 600 


Administrative Council 
John H. Thurston. 


4,600 









" Plus 25 percent differential for Puerto Rican service. 
*' Serves as Chief, Administrative Division. 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



SECRETARY 

HENRY A. WALLACE, OF IOWA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of the Secretary 



Alfred Schindler 

William A. M. Burden. 
Bernard L. Gladieux... 

William S. Bradley 

George M. Reynolds... 

Frank A. Waring 

Max n. Schroeder 

George W. Burgess 

Mildred A. Moebes 

Harold H. Young 

Edward T. Quigley 

Thomas E. Lyons 



Bruce Catton 

Francis R. Cawlcy... 
William A. Stripling. 
Richard A. Spencer.. 

Oliver C. Short 

Frances C. Kelley 

Towner F. Jones 



Gerald Ryan.. 

Thomas R. Stewart. 
G. Richard Koonce. 
Elwood E. Vivian... 

Walter S. Erwin 

Louis W. Clark 



Nicholas Eckhardt, Jr.. 
Arthur S. Chadwick... 
Charlotte L. Carmody. 



National Inventors Council 



Dr. Charles F. Kettering 

Conway P. Coe 

Lawrence Langner 

Dr. Roger Adams 

George Baekeland 

Rear Admiral J. D. Beuret 

(retired). 
Rear Admiral H. G. Bowen, 

U. S.N. 

Dr. Oliver E. Buckley 

George W. Codrington. 

Dr. William D. Coolidge 

Watson Davis 

Dr. Frederick M. Feiker 

Rear Admiral Julius A. Furer, 

U. S. N. 

Dr. Webster N. Jones 

Dr. George W. Lewis 

Maj. Gen. W. H. Tschappat 

(retired). 
Maj. Gen. Walter A. Wood, 

Jr. 

Dr. Orville Wright 

Dr. Fred Zeder 

John C. Green 

Jerome E. Burke 



Under Secretary of Commerce 

Assistant Secretary of Commerce 

Executive Assistant to Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

do 

do 

Assistant to the Under Secretary 

Assistant to the Assistant Secretary 

Private Secretary to the Secretary 

Solicitor 

Assistant Solicitor 

Executive Secretary, Foreign Trades Zones 

Board. 
Director of Information and Public Relations. . 

Director of Budget and Management.. 

Chief, Administrative Management Division.. 

Chief, Division of Budget and Accounts 

Director of Personnel 

Assistant Director of Personnel 

Administrative Assistant to Director of Per- 
sonnel. 

Chief Clerk and Superintendent 

.Assistant C hief Clerk 

Chief, Division of Publications 

Assistant Chief, Division of Publications 

Chief, Division of Purchases and Sales 

Assistant Chief, Division of Purchases and 
Sales. 

Chief, Division of Graphic Development 

Chief, Duplicating Section 

Librarian 



Chairman 

Vice Chairman. 

Secretary 

Member 

...-do 

do 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do- 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Mo... 
N. Y. 
Md... 
Tex... 
Va..., 
Calif. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 
Ala... 
Tex.. 
N. Y. 
Va... 



D. C... 

Iowa 

Tex 

Md 

Md 

N. Y... 
Va 



N. Y.... 
D. C... 

Va 

Mich.. 

Miss... 
Maine - 



D. C. 

Mass. 

N. Y. 



.do. 



do 

....do 

Head Engineer 

Assistant to Director. 



' Serves without compensation. 

2 Receives no compensation for service on the Council. 

(230) 



6th. 
5th. 
8ith. 



5th.. 
36th. 
7th.. 



4th.. 
12th. 
6th _. 
2d... 
2d... 
8th.. 



8th.... 



8th.. 
12th. 
3d... 
2d... 



5th- 
7th. 



Ohio.... 
Md 

N. Y.... 

Ill 

Conn... 
D. C... 


3d 

6th.... 
14Th... 
19th... 
4th.... 


Calif.... 
N. Y. 


3d 


Ohio 




N. Y.... 
D. C 


30th... 


D. C... 




Wis 

Pa 

Md 

Va 


6th.... 

6th.^^; 
8th.... 


Ohio 

Mich.... 


3d 


Md 

D. C... 


5th.... 



231 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Bureau of the Census 

J C. Capt 




Tex 

HI 

Ohio.... 
Wyo.... 

Conn 

N. Y...- 

Va - 

Fla 

Kans 

Ind 

N. C... 

Iowa 

Md 

Md 

Ind 

La 

S. C 

Md 

N.J 

N. Y._.. 

Md 

N.Y.... 

N. Y ... 

Conn... 

Wis 

Pa 

Tenn.... 
Calif-.-. 
Va 

Calif.... 
Ohio.... 
Wis 

Ohio.... 

Vt 

Wis 

Pa 

R.I 

Va 

Mo 

Tex 

La 

Wyo--.. 
Maine -_ 

Ohio 

N. J.... 

Mich.._ 


20th... 

2d 

2d-... 
AtL.. 
1st-..- 
23d.... 
8th..-- 
5th.... 
5th-... 
7th-... 

4th-... 

7th-.. 

6th.... 

6th.._. 
8th.... 
4th.... 

1st.... 

4th.... 

6th-... 
16th... 

6th.... 

15th... 

23d.... 

2d 

4th.... 

15th-.. 
1st.... 
16th... 
8th.... 

4th.... 
12th..- 
2d 

12th... 

AtL.. 

10th... 

2d 

2d..... 

3d 

6th.... 

nth-.. 

1st.... 
AtL.. 

2d 

12th... 
4th.... 

13th... 


$8,500 


Philip M. Hauser 




8,000 


Executive Assistant .-- 


7,500 


Morris H. Hansen. 


Statistical Assistant to the Director 

Statistical Sampling Expert 

do 


6,400 


William N. Hurwitz 


5,200 
5,400 




Chief, Administrative Service Division 

Chief, Agriculture Division 

Assistant Chief, Agriculture Division 

Chief, Farm Economics and Finance Section, 
Agriculture Division. 

Chief, Cotton and Oils Section, Agriculture 
Division. 

Chief, Livestock Statistics Unit, Farm Prod- 
ucts Section, Agriculture Division. 

Chief, Crop Statistics Unit. Farm Products 
Section, Agriculture Division. 

Chief, Business Division _. 


5,000 


William F. Callander 


7,500 
5,600 


Hilton E. Robison 

Floyd H. Harper 

Carl R. Nyman 

John A. Burroughs 

William C. Truppner 


6,000 
5,800 
4,600 
4,600 
6,500 


William A. Rufl 

James 0. Reid . . 


Assistant Chief, Business Division- 

Chief, Retail Trade Statistics Section, Busi- 
ness Division. 

Chief, Wholesale Trade Statistics Section, 
Business Division. 

Chief, Current Statistical Service Section, 
Business Division. 

Chief, Foreign Trade Division .- - - .. 


6,200 
5,200 


William P. Melnerny :. 

L. Parker Temple 


4,600 
4,600 


J. Edward Ely 


6,500 




Acting Assistant Chief, Foreign Trade Divi- 
sion. 

Chief, Export and Shipping Statistics Section, 
Foreign Trade Division. 

Chief, Lend-Lease and Export Statistics Unit, 
Foreign Trade Division. 

Chief, Shipping Statistics Unit, Foreign 
Trade Division. 

Chief, Classification and Code Section, For- 
eign Trade Division. 

Chief, Imports Statistics Section, Foreign 
Trade Division. 

Geographer 


4,600 


William C. Flaherty 


5,600 
4,600 


Nathan Habib 

Frederick W. Harrison 

Frank C. Bauer. 

Clarence E. Batschelet. . . 


4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
6,400 


Edward R. Gray 


Chief, Governments Division 


7.250 


Lewis B. Sims 

Wylie M. Kilpatrick 

Maxwell R. Conklin 


Assistant Chief, Governments Division 

Chief, Governments Finance, Governments 
Division. 


5,600 
4,600 

7,250 


WOliam H. Mautz 

Frank A. Hamia 

Jay A. Van Swearingen 

Albert S. Thomas 

Nicholas YaworskJ. 


Assistant Chief, Industry Division 

Special Assistant to the Chief, Industry Divi- 
sion. 

Chief, Forestry, Chemicals and Non-Metallic 
Mineral Products Section, Industry Divi- 
sion. 

Assistant Chief, Forestry, Chemicals and 
Non-Metallic Mineral Products Section, 
Industry Division. 

Chief, Plant and Materials Utilization Sec- 
tion, Industry Division. 

Assistant Chief, Plant and Materials Utiliza- 
tion Section, Industry Division. 

Acting Chief, Metals, Machinery and Equip- 
ment, and Ordnance Section, Industry 
Division. 

Chief, Manufactured Food, Beverages, To- 
bacco, Textiles, and Leather and Leather 
Products Section, Industry Division. 

Acting Chief, Industry and Commodity 
Classification Section, Industry Division. 

Acting Chief, Information and Pubhcations 
Division. 

Chief, Machine Tabulation Division 


6,400 
6,400 

5,800 
4,600 
6,400 


Vivian E. Spencer. 


5,000 


Owen C. Gretton 


4,600 


Laurance G. Newman 

Frank A Cisar 


5,600 
4,600 


Amand W. von Struve 

Lawrence A. Wilson.. 


7,000 
5,600 


Helen D. Almon 


Chief, Ppfsnnnpl Division 


6,000 


Leon E. Truesdell 


Chief, Population Division 


7,500 


Howard G. Brunsman.. 


Assistant Chief, Population Division. 


6,400 


John Dana Durand 


Chief, Economics Statistics Section, Popu- 
lation Division. 

Chief, Operations Section, Population Divi- 
sion. 


5,600 


James L. McPherson 


5,200 



232 



Bureau of the Census- 
Continued 



Bruce L. Jenkinson. 



Hope Tisdale Eldridge. 



A. Ross Eckler 

Emmett H. Welch. 



Gertrude Bancroft - 



Katherine G. Parker- 



Carl A. S. Coan. 



Halbert L. Dunn 

Frank S. Morrison.. 

Iwao M. Moriyama. 

Joseph R. Houchins. 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce 



Amos E. Taylor.--. 
Oliver P. Hopkins. 
Clarence O. Luhn.. 



AdminutT alive Units 



Harvey W. Haun 

Edward O. Montgomery. 

William F. Smith 

Alice I. Macdonald 

Edith O. Hainsworth 



Liaison Office 
Wilson C. Flake 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFiaAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Division of Commercial and 
Economic Information 

Emil St. E. Schnellbacher-.. 
Francis E. Ahern 

Emmett A. Chapman_ 



Chief, Marriage and Fertility Statistics Sec- 
tion, Population Division. 

Chief, Population Estimates Unit, General 
Population Statistics Section, Population 
Division. 

Chief, Special Surveys Division. 

Chief, Special Surveys Section, Special Sur- 
vevs Division. 

Chief, Labor Supply, Employment and Un- 
employment Surveys Section, Special Sur- 
veys Division. 

Chief, Survey Standards and Techniques 
Section, Special Surveys Division. 

Chief, Housing and Rental Survey Unit, 
Special Surveys Section, Special Surveys 
Division. 

Chief, Vital Statistics Division 

International Consultant, International Con- 
sulting Service, Vital Statistics Division. 

Chief, Natality Analysis Unit, Vital Statistics 
Division. 

Specialist, Negro Statistics - 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Administrative Assistant to the Director- 



Chief, Accounting Unit 

Chief, Correspondence Unit- 
Chief, Files Unit.. 

Chief, Personnel Unit 

Chief, Supply Unit 



Liaison OfQcer- 



Calvert J. Judkins Chief, Trade Association Unit. 



Distribution Division 



Nelson A. Miller 

Edward R. Hawkins. 
Nelson A. Miller 



Division of Industrial Economy 



Horace B. McCoy 

Charles C. Concannon.. 

J. Joseph W. Palmer 

Thomas W. Delahanty. 

Charles E. Lund 

Charles E.Lund 

George W. Muller 

Julius Schnitzer... 

Joseph L. Muller 

William H. Myer 

Walter A. Janssen 

Nathan D. Golden 



Chief 

Acting Chief, Commercial Intelligence Unit. 
Chief, Publications Unit. 



Acting Chief.. 

Chief, Distribution Cost Unit 

Chief, Distribution Management Unit. 



Chief.. 

Chief, Chemical Unit 

Chief, Construction Unit - 

Chief, Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Unit 

Chief, Fats and Oils Unit 

Acting Chief, Foodstuffs Unit... 

Chief, Industrial Projects Unit 

Chief, Leather Unit 

Chief, Lumber Unit 

Chief, Machinery and Motive Products Unit. 

Chief, Metals and Minerals Unit 

Chief, Motion Picture Unit 



s Salary received from Department of State. 

* Salary received as Chief, Distribution Management Unit. 

» Salary received as Chief, Fats and OUs Unit. 



Legal residence 



State 



111—- 

N. C. 



Mass.. 
Pa.... 



Pa. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



2d.... 
6th... 



5th-.. 
18th.. 



7th- 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Term-.-. 


5th-.. 


Pa 


5th-... 


Minn... 


3d 


Colo 


1st 


Conxi._- 


3d 


N. Y..-. 


39th— 


Pa 


22d.— 


Md 


6th.-.- 


Md 


6th-.-- 


HI 


22d-.- 


Md 


6th.-.- 


N. Y.-- 


8th--.. 


Pa 


13th..- 


D. C. .. 




N. C... 


Sth,... 


Ill 


15th— 


D. C -- 




Mo 


1st.-.. 


D. C..-- 




Kans-... 


8th.-.. 


Pa 


16th..- 


Kans 


8th.... 


Ind 


1st 


N. Y...- 


17th.. _ 


D. C .. 




N. J-... 


7th.... 


N. Y.... 


8th.... 


N. Y..-- 


8th.... 


N. Y.... 


18th-.. 


Ala 


9th..-- 


N. Y.... 


38th... 


N. Y.... 


16th.- 


Iowa — 


2d 


Ohio... 


22d..-- 



$4, 600 
4,600 



6,750 
6,400 

4,800 



4,800 
4,600 

7,250 
4,600 

4,600 

3,300 



8,000 
6,500 
3,800 



4,100 
5,400 
2,900 
3,500 
2,700 



(?) 



6,500 
4, 600 
5,600 
5,600 



(«) 

5,600 

5,600 



6,750 

6,400 

4,800 

5,800 

5,600 

(«) 

6,200 

5,600 

4,600 

5,600 

6,200 

6,200 



233 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce — Con 

Division of Industrial 
Econo tn j/— Continued 

W. LeKoy Neubrech__ 

S. Earle Overlay.. 

Edward J. Detgen,.. _. 

Robert P. Sweeny 

James C. Nelson 

Division of International 
Economy 

(Vacancy) 

George Wythe 

Thomas R. Wilson 

Louis Domeratzky 

Charles K. Moser 

Hal B. Lary 

(Vacancy).. 

Ernest (5. Ropes 

Harold P. Macgowan 

Perry J . Stevenson 

James L. Brown 

Division of Research and 
Statistics 



M. Joseph Meehan... 

Louis J. Paradiso 

Harry Magdoff 

S. Morris Livingston. 
MUton Gilbert 



Division of Small Business 



Wilford L.White.... 
Joseph H. Taggart... 
Clement S. Logsdon. 
Wilford L.White-... 



Field Service 



Joseph A. Mack 

Regional Business Consultants 



Roscoe Arant 

Roger Johnson 

Robert H. Perry 

Robert L. Whaley 

Will F. Kissick 

Benjamin H. Gordon. 

Edwin H. Lewis 

Thomas N. Johnson.. 



Regional Managers 



Chief, Pulp and Paper Unit 
Acting Chief, Rubber Unit. 

Chief, Specialities Unit 

Chief, Textiles Unit 

Chief, Transportation Unit. 



Chief. 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief. 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Legal 



American Republics Unit 

British Empire Unit 

European Unit 

Far Eastern Unit 

International Payments Unit. 

International Trade Unit 

Russian Unit 

Trade Agreements Unit 

Trade Controls Unit 

Analyst and Counselor 



Chief 

Chief, Business Statistics Unit 

Chief, Current Business Analysis Unit. 

Chief, National Economies Unit 

Chief, National Income Unit 



Acting Chief 

Chief, Finance and Tax Research Unit. 

Chief, Regional Analysis Unit 

Chief, Special Studies Unit 



Director. 



Atlanta, Ga 

Boston, Mass 

Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Minneapolis, Minn.. 

New York, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Francisco, Calif. 



C. Parker Persons 

Harold P. Smith 

George C. Payne 

Frederic L. Roberts. 

Carl F. Bartz 

Frank P. Churchill 

WillF. Kissick (Acting). 

John F. Sinnott 

William M. Park | Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. Roy Mundee Richmond, Va 

Clyde Miller St. Louis, Mo 

John J. Judge I San Francisco, Calif. 

« Salary received as Chief, Special Studies Unit. 
' Salary received as Regional Business Consultant. 



Atlanta, Qa 

Boston, Mass 

Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Dallas, Tex 

Kansas City, Mo 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
New York, N. Y.... 



Ind... 
Va... 

N. Y. 
Ga... 
Wash 



10th. 
1st.. 
33d.. 
4th.. 
4th.. 



Tex._ 
Calif. 
Va... 
Va... 

Tex.. 



12th. 
7th.. 
8th.. 
8th.. 
12th. 



Mass. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 
Pa... 
Mass. 
Pa... 



6th. _ 
25th. 
33d.. 
2d... 



36th. 
39th. 



9th. 
2d.. 



Tex.- 
Kans. 
Mich. 
Tex.. 



Pa. 



Miss.. 
Mass.. 

•Ill 

Mich., 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Calif.. 



Ala... 
Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
Ohio.. 
Tex. . . 
Mo... 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Mo... 
Fla_._. 
Mo... 
Calif.. 



13th. 
2d.._ 
6th.. 
13th. 



12th. 



2d.._ 
11th. 



1st-. 

isth". 

nh'.' 



6th.. 
13th. 
36lh. 
22d.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 



10th. 
4th.. 
2d... 
6th.- 



$5, 600 
3,800 
5,600 
5, 600 
6,200 



6,500 
6,500 
6.500 
6,500 
6,500 



5,600 
5, 800 
5,600 
5,600 



7,500 
6,500 
6, 750 
6,500 
6,750 



(«) 

5.600 
5,600 
6,400 



6,500 



4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
4,600 



5,800 

6,200 

6,200 

4,600 

5,800 

3,800 

V) 

6,200 

6,200 

6,200 

5,200 

5,800 



234 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Corn- 
pen-' 
sation 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce— Con. 

DistrktManagers 



John J. Love 

Clarence W. Martia... 
Emma Herier 

Elizabeth Pettus 

Richard Stephenson... 

Thomas U. PurcelL 

William A. Dunlap 

Walter Measday 

Noland Fontaine 

Harold C. Jackson 

Charles A. Carpenter.. 
Howard E. Waterbury. 

Joseph G. Stovall 

Philip M. Crawford 



U, S. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey 

Office of the Director 

Rear Admiral Leo Otis 

Colbert. 
Rear Admiral Jean H. 

Hawley. 
Lt. Comdr. John A. Bond... 

Peter Dulac 

Charles H. Dieck 

Norman L. Grotte 



Emily A. Baldwin 

Division of Tides and Currents 

Lt. Comdr. Charles K. Green. 

Harry A. Marmer 

Paul Schureman 

Lindsay P. Disney 

Luke A. Cole 

Elmer C. McKay 

Frank J. Haight 

Walter B. Zerbe 



Division of Coastal Surreys 

Captain Gilbert T. Rude 

Comdr. Raymond P. Eyman 
Comdr. Jack Senior 



Comdr. Kenneth T. Adams 
Lt. Comdr. Earl O. Heaton. 
Herbert G. Dorsey 



Division of Presnnnel and 
Accounts 



Captain Robert F. Luce. 

William H. Deck 

Wilbur W. St. Clair. 



Division of Geodesy 

Captain Clement L. Garner 
Lt. Comdr. Henry W. Hem- 
pie. 

Henry G. Avers 

Clarence H. Swick 

Walter D . I^ambert 

Howard S. Rappleye 



Buffalo, N.Y 

Charleston, S. C. 
Cincinnati, Ohio.. 

Denver, Colo 

Detroit, Mich 

Houston, Tex 

Jacksonville, Fla.. 
Los Angeles, Calif 
Memphis, Tenn.. 
New Orleans, La.. 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

Savannah, Ga 

Seattle, Wash 



Director.. 

Assistant Director. 



Special Assistant to the Director 

Secretary to the Director 

Chief Clerk 

Assistant Chief Clerk and Chief Section of 

Supplies and Shipments. 
Chief, Section of Library and Archives 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Chief, Section of Research 

Chief, Section of Predictions 

Chief, Section of Datum Planes. 

Chief, Section of Tides 

Chief, Section of Currents.. 

Chief, Section of Tide Investigations. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Chief, Section of Vessels and Equipment and 
Chief, Coast Pilot Section. 

Chief, Section of Topography 

Chief, Section of Hydrography 

Chief, Section of Research 



Chief 

Chief, Personnel Section. 
Chief, Accounts Section. 



Chief.... .-. 

Assistant Chief, and Chief, Section of Geodetic 
Field Work. 

Chief Mathematician 

Chief, Section of Triangulation 

Chief, Section of Gravity and Astronomy 

Chief, Section of Leveling 



N.Y. 
S. C. 
Ohio. 
Colo. 
Mich. 
Tex.. 
Tenn. 
Calif. 
Tenn. 
S. C-. 
Pa... 
Oreg. 
Ga... 
111.... 



Mass... 
N.Y... 

D. C... 

Maine. 

Ill 

Minn.. 



Fla. 



Calif... 
N. J...- 
N. J-... 
D.C... 
W. Va. 
D.C... 
N. C... 
N. Y .. 



Md-- 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 



Ohio. 
N. Y. 
Mass. 



Mass. 
Md.. 
D. C. 



40th.. 
1st... 
2d.... 
1st... 
17th.. 
16th.. 
1st... 

nth.. 

9th... 
1st... 
32d... 
3d.... 
Ist... 
19th.. 



9th.. 
31st. 



2d-.. 

14th. 
5th.. 

4th.. 



9th. 
2d.. 
3d.. 



4th.... 



N. C 
111... 

Ohio. 
Md.. 
Pa.. 

N.Y 



11th. 
34th- 



1st.. 
12th. 
2d... 



14th. 
31st. 
6th.. 



5th. 
5th. 



4th.. 
6th.. 

9th.. 
5th.. 
8th-. 
37th. 



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Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


U. S. Coast and Geodetic 

Survey— Con. 










Division of Geomagnetisvi 
and Seismology 










Comdr. Otis W. Swainson. . . 
Comdr .Harold A. Cotton 


Chief 

-Assistant Chief 


Colo.... 

N.J 

Md 

Nebr.... 
Nebr.. . 


1st 

2d 

3d 

4th.... 
4th.-. 




Frank Neumann 


Chief, Section of Seismology 

Acting Cliief, Section of Geomagnetism 

Chief, Section of Operations 


$5, 800 


Harold E. McComb 


(9) 


Harold E. McComb 


5,800 


Division of Charts 










Comdr. Frank R. Borden ... 
Lt. Comdr. Casper i\I. Durgin . . 
Lt. Comdr. Robert W. Knox 
Lt. Comdr. Paul A. Smith .. 

Dudley P. Barnette 

Charles R. Bush 


Chief 

Assistant Chief.. 

Chief, Nautical Chart Branch 

Chief, Aeronautical Chart Branch 

Chief, Reproduction Branch 

Chief, Distribution Branch 


Pa 

N. H.... 

Wash... 

Mich 

Md 

S. C 


15th... 

1st 

1st 

2d 

4th.... 
1st.... 


m 
m 
m 
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6,000 
4.600 


Division of Instruments 










Douglas L. Parkhurst 


Chief 


Mass 


2d 


6,000 


Field Distiicfs 










Comdr Ray L. Schoppe 

Comdr George C. Mattison. 


Supervisor, Northeastern District, Boston, 

Mass. 
Supervisor, Eastern District, New York City, 

N. Y. 
Supervisor, Southeastern District, Norfolk, 

Va. 
Supervisor, Southern District, New Orleans, 

La. 
Supervisor, Southwestern District, Los Ange- 
les, Calif. 
Supervisor, Western District, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Supervisor, Midwestern District, Portland, 

Oreg. 
Supervisor, Northwestern District, Seattle, 

Wash. 
Supervisor, Pacific District, Honolulu, T. H.. 


Vt 

Minn... 


At L. . 
5tb.... 


(') 
(«) 


Captain Paul C. Whitney.... 


N. Y.... 


29th... 


(«) 


Comdr. John H. Peters 


Ohio.... 


20th... 


(«) 


Comdr. Richard R. Lukens i» 

Captain Edwin H. Paeen- 

hart.io 
Captain Thomas J. Maher... 

Captain Alfred M. Sobieralski. 

Lt. Comdr. William D. Pat- 
terson. 


Ind 

Minn... 
N. Y..._ 

N. Y.... 
Wis 


11th... 

1st 

2d 

6th.... 
3d 


m 

(') 
(8) 

(«) 


National Bureau of 
Standards 










Lyman J. Briggs 

Eugene C. Crittenden 

Ralph W. Smith 

Eugene C. Crittenden 

Henry W. Bearce 


Director.. 

Assistant Director for Research and Testing... 

Assistant to the Director 

Chief, Division of Electricity 

Chief, Division of Weights and Measures 

Chief, Division of Heat and Power 

Chief, Division of Optics 

Chief, Division of Chemistry 

Chief, Division of Mechanics and Sound 

Chief, Division of Organic and Fibrous Ma- 
terials. 
Chief, Division of Metallurgv 


Mich 

N. Y.... 

Miim... 
N. Y.... 

Maine.. 

Mass 

Kans 

N. Y.... 

Md 

Tex 

Mich... 
Pa 

N. Y.... 
Mich... 

Mass 

W. Va.. 

Md 

Pa 


4th.... 
37th... 
4th_... 
37th... 

1st 

3d 

5th.... 
37th... 
4th.... 
10th... 

2d..... 
31st... 
6th.... 
4th.... 
14th... 

1st 

5th..-. 
14th... 


9,000 

7, 500 
5,800 
(') 
6,400 


Hobart C. Dickinson 

Frederick J. Bates 

Gustav E. F. Lundell 

Hugh L. Dryden . 


7,250 
6, 750 
6,750 
7,250 


Archibald T. McPherson 

Henry S. Rawdon 


6,000 
6,400 


Phaon H. Bates . 


Chief, Division of Clay and Silicate Products. 

Chief, Division of Simplified Practice 

Chief, Division of Trade Standards 

Chief, Division of Codes and Specifications 

Chief, Division of Design and Construction... 
Chief, Mechanical Plant 


7,500 


Edwin W. Ely 

Her J. Fairchild 


6,400 
6,400 


George N. Thompson 

William H. Seaquist 

Oscar L. Britt 


5,200 
5,000 
5,400 


Harry Diamond 




6,500 


Patent Office 










Conway P. Coe 


Commissioner... . ... 


Md 

Utah.... 
N. Y.... 
Tenn... 


6th.... 

2d 

25th... 
2d 


9,000 


Leshe Frazer... 


First Assistant Commissioner, Richmond, Va. 

Assistant Commissioner 

do.. 


7,500 


Henry Van Arsdale. 

Cpnder C. Henry 


7,000 
7,000 



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• No additional compensation. 
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Patent Office— Continued 



Grattan Keraus 

James A. Brearley . 

Charles E. Tomlin 

Walter L. Redrew. _._ 

Ernest F. Klinge 

Elonzo T. Morgan 

Vernon I. Richard 

Charles H. Shaffer 

Floyd J. Porter 

Mark Taylor 

Harold H. Jacobs 

(Vacancy) 

W. Wallace Cochran 

Howard S. Miller 

Edwin L. Reynolds 

Clarence W. Moore - 

Robert F. Whitehead 

Malcolm F. Bailey, 

Walter E. Waite 

Philip I. Heyman 

Arturo Y. Casanova, Jr 

Louis F. Kreek 

Arthur D. Bailey 

Clinton L. Wolcott 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

Frank A. Richmond 

Harrv A. Kalupy 

Max W. Tucker (div. 1) 

David Herrniann (div. 2) 

Samuel Wolffe (div. 3) 

Walter C. Bishop (div. 4).... 
Carl W. Robinson (div. 5).-. 
Eugene W. Geniesse (div. 6). 

Charles Q. Jarboe (div. 7) 

Alden E. Imus (div. 8) 

Russell B. Benson (div. 9)... 
Edward V. Bcnham (div. 11) 
Samuel Spintman (div. 12)... 
Thomas E. Boall (div. 13).... 

George Hanlin (div. 14) 

Benjamin Henkin (div. 15)_.. 
Charles J Spencer (div. 16).. 
Leon B. Habecker (div. 17)... 

Joseph A. Kurz (div. 18) 

Percy L. Patrick (div. 19) 

Laurence M. Brown (div. 20) . 
Thomas J. Thompson (div. 

21). 
Byron H. Carpenter (div. 22) . 

James B. Lewis (div. 23) 

Charles E. Lu.<;bv (div. 24)-_. 
Charles F. Blakely (div. 25).. 
Ralph R. Young (div. 26).... 
William N. Clark (div. 27)... 
Herbert L. Solyom (div. 28) _. 
Joseph B. Shklarin (div. 29). _ 

Leo P. McCann (div. 30) 

Charles S. Duncombe (div. 

31). 

Karl R. Lesh (div. 32) 

John S. Hull (div. 33) 

Simon Saperstein (div. 34)... 
Edgar D. Bromley (div. 35).. 
Aubrey D. McFadyen (div. 

36). 
Maurice E. Weaver (div. 37). 

Carl F. Kraflt (div. 38) 

Frank I. Whitney (div. 39)_.. 
Earl J. Drummond (div. 40).. 

Michael Hertz (div. 41) 

Hillel Marans (div. 42) 



Administrative Assistant to Commissioner 

Chief Clerk 

Assistant Chief Clerk, Richmond, Va 

E.xamtner-in-Chief 

...do 

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....do - 

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Solicitor 

Law Examiner, Richmond, Va 

Law Examiner 

Law Examiner, Richmond, Va 

Law Examiner 

Examiner of Classification, Richmond, Va 

Examiner of Interferences (Patents) 

do 

do 

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Examiner of Interference (T. M.) 

Supervisor, Richmond, Va 

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...do 

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Examiner of Trade-Marks 

Principal Examiner of Designs, Richmond, Va 

Principal Examiner, Richmond, Va 

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11th... 


D. C... 




Va 


8th.... 


Ohio 


12th-.. 


Md 


6th.... 


W. Va-- 


3d 


D. C... 




Md 


6th.... 


N. Y.... 


37th... 


Va 


8th._.. 


Mass 


2d 


Mont... 




Calif.... 


6th. ... 


Md 


6th.... 


D. C... 




Va 


lOth... 


DC.. 




Wis 


3d 


Md 


2d 


D. C . 




Mo 


4th._._ 


D. C .. 




Nebr.... 


2d..... 



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Calif-.-. 

La 

D. C... 

N. Y.... 

Pa 

Pa 

N. H.... 
Mich... 

Md 

Mo 

Md 

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Md 

D. C-... 

Ky 

D. C... 

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Pa 

D. C-. 
D. C... 
Mass.... 



Ohio. 
Ga-.. 
Va... 
Nebr- 
Ohio. 
Tex-- 
Md.. 
Ohio. 
D. C. 
N. J- 



10th. 
1st.- 



37th. 
3d... 
29th. 
1st.- 
1st.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
5th.. 



3d. 



5th.... 



3d-.. 
41st- 
5th-. 



D. C.--. 
Ohio.--. 
N. Y— . 
D. C.--. 
N. C-... 



D. C... 
Wash... 
N. Dak. 

Ohio 

N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 



3d. 



22d.- 
9th.. 
4th-. 
5th- 
8th- 
13th. 
6th.. 
12th. 



11th. 



20th. 
1st.. 



6th. 



5th... 
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20th.. 
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Pasquale J. Federico (div. 43). 

Leshe P. Harvey (div. 44) 

Harry D. Hill (div. 45) 

Joseph Isaacs (div. 46) 

William J. Kanof (div. 47). _. 

Otto B. Roepke (div. 48) 

Edgar L. Sheffield (div. 49)... 

Samuel Levin (div. 50) 

Arthur W. Crocker, (div. 51). 
Morgan K. Knotts (div. 52).. 

Maurice K. Peek (div. 53) 

Otto W. Strachan (div. 54)... 

Seth T. Bowen (div. 55) 

Samuel Cockerill (div. 56) 

George D. G. Nicolson (div. 

57). 
Edgar F. Dowell (div. 58).... 
Philip W. Shepard (div. 59) _. 

Robert L. Glass (div. 60) 

Burnham Yung Kwai (div. 

61). 

Earl C. Pugh (div. 62) 

Abraham H. Winkelstein 

(div. 63). 
Preston M. Nash (div. 64)... 
Franklin P. McDermott, Jr. 

(div. 65). 

Charles L. Roberts 

John Hans 

Howell V. O'Brien.. 

Harry C. Spielman 

David E. Wilson. _. 



Howard C. Crew 

Thomas P. Reynolds. 

William Friess 

Albert W. Kaiser 

Ernest W. Chapin 



Weather Bureau 

Francis W. Reichelderfer, 
Willard F. McDonald... 

Delbert M. Little 

Charles F. Sarle 

William Weber 

C. Qarton Swain 

Ivan R. Tannehill 

Merrill Bernard 

William R. Thickstun... 
William A. Mattice 



Robin E. Spencer. 
Roger A. Allen 



Jerome Namias 

Charles L. Mitchell 

Loyd A. Stevens 

R. Hanson Weightman. 

Aldridge, Robert C 

Walter J. Moxom 



Thomas R. Reed. 
Vincent E. JakL. 
Erie L.Hardy... 

John A. Riley 

Floyd D. Yoimg. 
Julius C. Smith.. 
Glen Jefferson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Principal Examiner 

Principal Examiner, Richmond, Va. 
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Chief, Issue and Gazette Division 

Chief, Drafting Division, Richmond, Va 

Chief, Assignment Division 

Chief, Manuscript and Lithograph, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Chief, Publications Division 

Chief, Mails and Files Division 

Chief, Docket Division 

Financial Clerk 

Librarian 



Chief 

Assistant Chief, Administration 

Assistant Chief, Technical Services 

Executive Assistant, Scientific Services 

Chief, Division of Administrative Services 

Chief, Personnel Management Division 

Chief, Synoptic Reports and Forecast Division 

Hydrologic Director 

Chief, Instrument Division 

Acting Chief, Climate and Crop Weather Divi- 
sion. 

Acting Chief, Station Operations Division 

Meteorologist, Special Scientific Services Divi- 
sion. 

Meteorologist, Extended Forecasts 

Meteorologist, Special Forecasts 

Chief, Statistics Division 

Meteorologist, Special War Liaison 

Librarian 

Regional Director, No. 1, Weather Bureau 

Regional Office, New York, N. Y. 
Regional Director, No. 2, Weather Bureau 

Regional Office, Atlanta, Ga. 
Regional Director, No. 3, Weather Bureau 

Regional Office, Chicago, 111. 
Regional Director, No. 4, Weather Bizreau 

Regional Office, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Regional Director, No. 5, Weather Bureau 

Regional Office, Kansas City, Mo. 
Regional Director, No. 6, Weather Bureau 

Regional Office, Los .\ngeles, Calif. 
Regional Director, No. 7, Weather Bureau 

Regional Office, Seattle, Wash. 
Regional Director, No. 8, Weather Bureau 
Regional Office, Anchorage, Alaska. 



Legal residence 



State 



Ohio.. 
Pa-.-- 
Ind... 
Md-.- 
N. Y-. 
Minn. 
Wis... 
Md... 
Va-..- 
W. Va 
Nebr. . 
Mich-, 
Miss.- 
Ind--- 
Va---- 



Va.-- 
Nebr. 
Pa... 
D. C. 



Kans. 
N. Y. 



Md.. 
N. J- 



Ga... 
N. Y. 
D. C. 
Md.. 
Pa... 



Md... 
N. Y- 
D. C-. 
N. Y- 

Mich- 



Ind 


4th.... 


La 


2d 


Calif- -.- 


7th-— 


Va 


8th—. 


Tex 


20th.-. 


Ohio--.- 


22d.... 


Ohio 




D. C . 




Ky 


3d 


N.J 


llth... 


Wash... 


3d 


Pa 


6th--.- 



Mass 

Pa 

S. Dak- 
Calif.-.. 
S. C... 
Mo 



Calif-... 
Nebr— . 
N. Mex. 

Ind 

Oreg 

Tenn.... 
Nebr 



Cong. 
Dist. 



22d-- 
4th-- 
2d— 
4th-. 
22d.. 
5th.. 
1st-. 
3d_.. 
8th- 
1st-. 
5th-. 
8th- 
6th- 
7th.- 
8th-. 

8th- 
6th-- 
31st. 



2d-- 
35th. 



6th- 
5th- 



1st-- 
28th. 



6th_. 
30th. 



4th- 
5th.- 



42d.- 
6th.. 



13th. 
25th. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.- 
11th. 

6th.. 



2d.... 
AtL. 



5th. 
2d.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$5, 800 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

6,000 
6,000 

6,000 
6,000 

3,100 
3,500 
3,200 
3,400 
3,500 

3,400 
2,900 
3,400 
4,100 
5,200 



8,750 
6,500 
6,500 
7,000 
5,000 
4,800 
6,000 
6,000 
4,600 
3,800 

4,600 
3,800 

4,600 
6,400 
3,800 
6,200 
3, 200 
5,800 

5,600 

5,800 

5,800 

5,800 

5,600 

5,800 

" 5, 600 



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OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 




Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 




otherwise indicated) 


State 


Weather Bureau— Con. 










Forecast Centers 










John E. Hovde . -._ _. .. 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 
Office, Anchorage, Alaska. 


Minn... 


5th_... 


" $3, 800 






Aurel J. Knarr 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, Atlanta, Ga. 


Ind 


13th... 


3,800 




Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 


N. C ... 




3,800 




Office, Billings, Mont. 








Clayton F. Van Thullenar.^. 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, East Boston, Mass. 


Wis 


8th.... 


4,800 


Kenneth C. Fink 


Acting Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bu- 
reau Airport Station, Burbank, Calif. 


Calif.... 


nth... 


3,300 


Gordon E. Dunn 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, Chicago, 111. 


Vt 


AtL.. 


4,600 


Albert W. Cook 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, Denver, Colo. 


N. Dak. 


AtL._ 


4,200 


John C. Eberhardt 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 
Office, Fairbanks, Alaska. 


Calif... 


12th--. 


113,800 


James H. Ferguson 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, Ft. Worth, Tex. 


Tex 


12th... 


3,800 


Blaine N. Ramsden 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 
Office, Honolulu, T. H. 


Utah.... 


2d 


12 3, 200 


Paul H. Kutschenreuter 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station Hileah, Fla. 


Tex 


8th.... 


3,800 


Claude V. Brown 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 
Office, Juneau, Alaska. 


Wash... 




11 3, SOU 


Joseph E. Lloyd -- 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, Kansas City, Mo. 


Ill 


6th_... 


5,200 






Grady Norton 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 
Office, Miami, Fla. 


Miss 


6th_... 


13 4. 600 




Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 


Minn .. 




3,300 




port Station, Minneapolis, Minn. 








Welby R. Stevens 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 


Ohio 




4,200 


port Station, New Orleans, La. 








Archer B. Carpenter 


Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 
port Station, Salt Lake City, Utah. 


Wash... 


1st 


3,500 




Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau 


Kans 




4,600 




Office, San Francisco, Calif. 










Supervising Forecaster, Weather Bureau Air- 


Mich 




3,800 




port Station, Boeing Field, Seattle, Wash. 








Wilfred P. Day 




D. C . 




4,200 


Airport, Washington, D. C. 








Climatoloqical Section Centers 










Ernest J. Christie 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 


N. Dak. 


1st.... 


3,800 


Arthur R. Long 




Ga 




3,800 


querque, N. Mex. 








J. Roe Heller (Acting) 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, An- 
chorage, Alaska. 


Kans 


5th. _. 


11 2, 700 


Rolen L. Cornelius (Acting).. 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, At- 


Tex 




3,000 


lanta, Ga. 








Herbert L. Alkire (Acting)... 




Va 




3,200 


more, Md. 








Frank J. Bavendick 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office,' Bis- 
marck, N. Dak. 


Iowa 


2d 


3, 800 


Edwin H. Jones . 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Boise, 
Idaho. 


Ohio 




4,000 










G. Harold Noyes 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Boston, 


Mass 


6th..,. 


5, 000 


Fred L. Disterdick 


Masg. 
Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Chey- 
enne, Wyo. 


Ohio.-.. 


20th... 


3,600 


Gerald C. Merchant 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Colum- 
bia, S. C. 


S.C 


3d..... 


3,500 


George W. Mindling 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 


Ohio.... 


15th... 


5,000 


Walter M. Weld 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Denver, 
Colo. 


Colo 


1st.... 


3,500 


Herbert C. S. Thorn 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 


Minn . . . 


4th.... 


4,800 


Leslie F. Conover 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 


N.J 


2d 


3, 800 







11 Plus 25 percent (lifTerontial, Alaskan Service. 

12 Plus 25 percent dilfercntial, Hawaiian Service. 

13 Hurricane Warning Service. 



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otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Weather Bureau— Con. 

CUmatologicttl Section 
Centers— Con. 


Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Helena, 
Mont. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Hono- 
lulu, T. H. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Huron, 
S. Dak. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, East 
Lansing, Mich. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Lin- 
coln. Nebr. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Little 
Rock, Ark. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, New 
Orleans, La. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Okla- 
homa City, Okla. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Parkers 
burg, W. Va. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Phoe- 
nix, Ariz. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, San 
Juan, P. R. 

^Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Spring- 
field, 111. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Topeka, 
Kans. 

Meteorologist, Weather Bureau Office, Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

Administrator ._ _.. . 


Kaus 

Ind 


Ist.... 


$3, 300 


Walter F Feldwisch 


12 3, 500 




Tex 

Mich.-- 
Tenn... 
Ohio... 

Ind 

W. Va.. 

Ark 

N. J.... 


8th.... 
11th... 
5th.... 

1st 

6th.... 

2d 


3,800 


Bernard R. Laskowski 

Robert M. Williamson 

Walter J. Bennett 

H Merrill Wills 


3,000 
4,600 
5,000 
4,200 


Ray A. Dyke 


5,000 


Walter C. Hickmon 

Ellwood E. Unger 


3,800 
3,800 


Howard J. Thompson 

Martin R. Hovde 

Eugene D. Emigh 


Mich-.. 




4,600 


Minn..- 

Kans 

Mo 


3d 

7th_... 


4,200 
3,500 
4,2(0 


Stephen Lichtblau 


Ohio 

Minn. . 


22d..._ 


4,800 
3,800 


Stanley S. Schworm 


- N. Y... 

Mich - - _. 
Idaho... 

Pa 

Mich--. 
Iowa . 


40th... 
7th.... 

2d 

21st... 
2d 


3,500 


Ernest L. Felton 

Edward L. Wells 

Herbert E. Kichline 

Foy N. Hibbard 

Harry F. Wahlgren 

Gershom K. Oreening 


3,800 
5,000 
3, 500 
3,500 
4,600 


ni .- 

Ind 


17th... 


4,000 
5,000 




Tex 

Ohio.... 
S. Dak.. 

Ind 

S. Dak.. 

D.C... 


20th... 
14th... 
1st 

nth... 


'^ 3, 800 


Lawrence C . Fisher 

Elward W. Holcomb 


5,000 
4,200 


Snowden D. Flora . 


4,200 


Arkas E. White 


3,500 


Civil Aeronautics Adminis- 
tration 

Office of the Administrator 

Theodore P. Wright 


10, 000 


Charles I. Stanton 


Deputv Administrator . .. _. 


Va 

Va 

Va 

Wis 


8th.... 
8th..-. 
8th-... 
2d 


9,000 


John E. Sommers 


As.sistant Administrator. ... .. ... 


8.000 


Alfred S. Koch 


Assistant Administrator (Foreign). . 


8,250 


John H. Ooisse 


Assistant to the Administrator for Personal 
Flying Development. 


6,500 



•2 Plus 25 percent differential, 
n Plus 25 percent differential, 



Hawaiian Service. 
Puerto Rlcan Service. 



240 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Civil Aeronautics Adminis- 
tration — Con. 

Office of the 
Administrator — Con. 

Alfred Hand 

Dean R.Brimhall 

Bruce Uthus 

Edward John Robins 



Aeronautical Legal Office 
Glen D. Woodmansee 



Office of Director of Airports 



Charles B. Donaldson _ 

John M. Hunter 

Phillips Moore 

John B. Bayard, Jr.-. 



Chris M. Lample. 

George W. Shrout 

Earl F. Ward 

John Sebastian 

Lloyd H. Simpson 

Randolph Mulherin __. 

Robert D. McCree 

Glen A. Gilbert 

John L. Huber 

Homer F. Cole 

Emerson R. Mehrling.. 

Harry Howard 

ArtaH. Hadfleld 

George E. Stratton 

John V. Dolan 

Charles E. Wise.— 

Harry O. Strawn 

L. Mead Hammond 

Arthur J. LaBaie 

Eugene Sibley 

Harland E. Hall 

Ralph H. McRobertS-. 
Richard T. Manhardt. 

(Vacancy) 

Howard S. Stokes 

William Boesch, Jr 

Peter Caporale 

Donald M. Stuart 

Joseph C. Hromada_.. 



Kenneth A. Keefe. 

Alan L. Morse 

Fred H. Grieme... 
Wm. E.Jackson.. 



Office of Director of War 
Training Service " 



John P. Morris 

Wilbur G. Stewart.... 

JohnN.Tevis 

Mrs. Bertha Mulvey. 

M. Louise Wooley 

Frank Jennings 

Voyle Miller 

Jesse D. Green 

Frank J. CummLngs.. 

Walter T. Asling 

Harrison Doyle 



Consultant 

D irector of Research 

Technical Assistant to be Administrator 

Assistant to the Administrator for State Rela 
tions. 



General Counsel . 



Director 

Junior Administrative Officer 

Chief, Engineering and Construction Section. 
Chief, Planning and Survey Section 



Va-_. 
Utah. 

m.._. 

Nebr_ 



Utah. 



Fla- 
Va.. 
Fla. 
Ind. 



8th.. 
2d__. 
10th _ 
3d— 



Office of Director of Federal 
Airways 

Thomas B. Bourne Director 



Assistant Director 

Special Assistant to the Director 

Technical Assistant to the Director 

Technical Specialist (Visual Aids) 

Radio Communications Coordinator 

Chief, Airways Inspection (Flight) 

Chief, Alaska Liaison Office 

Chief, Air Traffic Control Division 

Assistant Chief, Air Traffic Control Division... 

Chief, Airport Traffic Control Section 

Chief, Airway Traffic Control Section 

Chief, Airways Engineering Division 

Assistant Chief, AtrwaysEngineering Division. 

Principal Airways Engineer 

Chief, Foreign Airways Extension Section 

Chief, Construction Section 

Chief, Projects Engineering Section 

Chief, Standards and Specifications Section. .. 

Chief, Public Utilities Section 

Chief, Communications Division 

Assistant Chief, Communications Division 

Chief, Land Line Communications Section... 

Chief, Radio Communications Section _. 

Chief, Signals Division. 

Assistant Chief, Signals Division 

Chief, Airways Maintenance Section 

Chief, Radio Engineering Section 

Chief, Technical Development Division 

Assistant Chief, Technical Development 
Division. 

Chief, Aeronautical Charts Section 

Chief, Aircraft Development Section 

Chief, Airport Development Section 

Chief, Radio Development Section 



Md 

Md 

W. Va. 

Ill 

Calif... 
Oreg... 

Va 

Mich... 

Ill 

Md.... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Idaho.. 
Mont.. 
N. Y... 
D. C._. 
Md.... 

Va 

Ohio... 
Md.... 
N. Y... 

Va 

Ga 



Va.... 
Va.... 
Pa.... 
Minn. 
lU 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Chief, Administrative Division 

Chief, Information and Distribution Section. 

Chief, Personnel Section 

Chief, Aircraft Contract Control Section 

Chief, Procedure Section 

Chief, Inter-American Section 

Chief, Priorities Section 

Chief, Training and Supervision Section 

Chief, Standards Division 



Calif. 
N. Y.... 

Va... 
Md.- 



Pa... 

Fla... 
Kans. 
N. Y_ 
Ala... 
Calif. 
Mo.. 
Va... 
N. Y. 
Va... 
Pa... 



8th. 
4th_ 
7th. 



1st... 
2d_... 
2d.... 
6th... 
10th_, 
3d.-.. 
8th... 
17th.. 
lOth.. 



22d.... 



41st. 
2d._. 
2d... 
31st. 



5th. 
8th. 
3d__ 
6th. 



8th.. 
5th.. 



8th.. 
8th.. 
6th.. 
8th.. 
6th.. 

nth. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
6th.. 



19th. 
2d... 
2d-_. 



1st.. 
16th. 
1st.. 
8th. _ 
2d... 
8th.. 
29th. 



" Through June 30, 1945 only. 



241 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



Civil Aeronautics Adminis- 
iration — Con. 

Office of the Executive Officer 

Arlin E. Stockburger -- 

Lewis N. Bayne (Acting)... 

Wilbert R. Behn 

C. Harry Dyer (Acting) 

Howard E. Brown 

E. Milton Eshleman.. 

Mrs. Hazel Q,. Smith 

W. Russell Graham, Jr 

Clement J. McOinnis 

Cletus M. Estep 

Mrs. Mildred H Austin 

Mrs. Lillie A. Nielsen 

William L. Vaughn 

Louie W. Lawrence 

Arthur Ruderman _ . 

William C. Klietsch 

Bryan Z. Kile 

Edward J. Gardner 

Mrs. Christine S. Fox 

Miss Mary D. Crawford 

W. R. Mirabella 

Curtis P. Petran 

Office of Director of Infor- 
mation and Statistics 



Benjamin Stern 

Joseph S. McCoy, Jr 

Charles Planck 

Raymond Nathan 

Clara Haupt.__ 

Richard Aubry 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

Stafford Kernan 

(Vacancy) 

Mark E. Stock 

Ira L. Smith 

Michael Lever 

Ernest Hackett 

Mrs. Norma R. Kidder. 



Office of Director of Safety 
ReQulation 



Fred M. Lanter 

Raymond B. Maloy. 
John J. Morgan 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Clarke Conway 

fames L. Kinney _.. 

A'^illiam W. McConnell... 

Alvah F. Notley.. 

Alvin D. Niemeyer 

Lewis M. Sherer 

Albert A. Vollmecke 

Harold D. Hoekstra 

Edward I. Ryder 

John Vitol 

Stephen H. Rolle 

Fred B. Kemery (Acting). 
Charles F. Dyeer 



Milledge Leaphart 

Omer Welling 

Kenneth R . Aldrich 

Dr. William Stovall 

Albert J. Herbolsheimer 

Thelma McClanahan (Act- 
ing). 



E xecuti ve Officer 

Assistant Executive Officer 

Chief, Examination and Audits Stafl 

Chief Accountant 

Chief, Washington Office Accounts Section... 

Chief, Central Office Accounts Section 

Chief, Voucher Examination Section 

Chief, Construction Accounting Cost Section 

Chief, Budget Staff 

Contract and Service Officer 

-Assistant to Contract and Service Officer 

Chief, Central Files Section 

Chief, Printing and Reproduction Section 

Chief, Purchase Section 

Chief, Service Section 

Chief, Traffic Section 

Management Planning Officer 

Personnel Officer 

Assistant Personnel Officer. 

Placement Officer 

Chief, Research and Development Section... 
Chief, Safety and Health Section 



Director 

Chief, Visual Service Section 

Chief, Current Information Division. 

Chief, Press Section 

Librarian 

Chief, Flight Service Division 

Chief, Flight Data Section __ 

Chief, Flight Charts Section 

Chief, Statistics Division 

Chief, Analysis Section 

Chief, Tabulating Section 

Chief, Publications Division 

Chief, Editorial and Review Section. 

Chief, Bulletin Section 

Chief, Correspondence Section 



State 



Calif-. 
D. C_. 
Iowa.. 
Wash. 
N. Y.. 
D. C. 
Pa.... 
Va.... 
Ala... 
Ohio.. 
Nebr.. 
Va-.-. 

ni 

D. C. 
D. C. 
Minn. 
Md... 
S. C... 
D. C-. 
D. C. 
N. Y.. 

ni 



Ind-. 
Tenn- 
Va... 
N. Y. 
Ark.. 
Ohio- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



13th... 



3d.. 
5th_ 
23d- 



22d 
8th- 
6th-. 
13th. 



8th- 
20th. 



8th- 
6th.. 
1st.. 



D. C. 



D irector 

Technical Assistant to the Director 

Chief, Aircraft Registration and Recordation 

Section. 

Chief, Airmen Records Section 

Chief, Air Carrier Division 

Assistant Chief, Air Carrier Division 

Chief, Air Carrier Maintenance Section 

Chief, .\ir Carrier Operation Section 

Chief, Radio and Electrical Section 

Chief, Aircraft Engineering Division 

Assistant Chief, Aircraft Engineering Division. 

Chief, Aircraft Section 

Chief, Appliance Section 

Chief, Power Plant Section 

Chief, Specifications Section 

Chief, Flight Engineering and Factory 

Inspection Division. 

Chief, Factory Inspection Section 

Chief, Flight Analysis Section 

Chief, Flight Test Section 

Chief, Aviation Medical Division 

.\ssistant Chief, Aviation Medical Division... 
Chief, Records and Field Service Section 



Pa... 
Va-- 
N. Y. 
Md.. 
D. C. 



Ind- 
Mo- 
R. I. 



Va 

Calif... 
Wyo... 
Tex.... 
Tex..-. 

Va 

Ark--. 
Mich.- 

Va 

N. Y... 
.'V.riz.-. 

Va 

Calif... 



W. Va. 
Md.... 

Ill 

D. C... 

Va 

Va 



10th-. 
8th... 
17th.. 
1st... 
9th.-. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



8th.. 
6th".". 



11th- 



1st. 



AtL- 
4th... 
4th-.- 
8th... 
5th-- 
leth- 
8th_.- 
42d-.. 
AtL- 
8th..- 



.1st... 
6th... 
6th..- 



8th... 
8th... 



$7, 500 
4,600 
4,600 
>6 3, 800 
2,700 
3, 300 
3,200 
4,000 
4,600 
5,600 
2,800 
2,600 
3,000 
5,400 
2,900 
3,200 
5,400 
5,400 
3,200 
3,200 
3,200 
3,800 



6,500 
3.300 
4.60r. 
3,800 
2,600 
4,600 



4,600 



3,300 
4,800 
3,800 
3,200 
2,600 



8, COO 
6,500 
3,600 

3,200 
6,500 
5,600 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
6,750 
5,800 
5, 800 
5,600 
5,600 
" 4, 600 
6,750 

3,800 
5,800 
5,600 
6,750 
5,600 
1,800 



" The salary of Chief Accountant is $4,600. 

" The salary of Chief, Specifications Section is $3,800. 



242 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

ContiQued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Civil Aeronautics Adminis- 
tration—Continued 










Office of Director of Safety 
Regulation— Continufd 












Chief, General Inspection Division 


Tex 




$6,500 


Kdward W Iludlow 


Chief, Aircraft and Agencies Section 


Okla.... 

Kans 

Tex 


1st 

2d..... 
1st 


5,800 


William B Davis 


Chief, Airmen and Agencies Section 


5,800 


Lake Littlejohn 


Chief, Commercial Operations Section 


5,600 


Washington National Airport 










Hervey Law 


Airport Manager, Gravelly Point, Va 

First Assistant Manager (Operations), Gravelly 

Point, Va. 
Second Assistant Manager (Administrative), 

Gravelly Point, Va. 


Va 

N. Y.-.. 


8th.... 


6,500 




5,600 


Paul Steiner 


D. C... 




4,600 


Regional Offices 










Regional Administrator, New York, N. Y 

Regional Administrator, Atlanta, Ga 


N. Y...- 

Mo 


1st.... 


6,500 




6,500 




Regional Administrator, Chicago, 111 


111 

Tex 

Utah.... 
Md 


6th.... 
4th.... 
2d 


6,750 


Lawrence C. Elliott... . . 


Regional Administrator, Fort Worth, Tex 

Regional Administrator, Kansas City, Mo 

Regional Administrator, Santa Monica, Cahf. 

Regional Administrator, Seattle, Wash 

Regional Administrator, Anchorage, Alaska.. . 
Regional Administrator, Honolulu, T. H 


6,750 


William E. Kline 


6,500 


H Arthur Hook 


6,500 


Paul Morris .. . . 


Md 

.Alaska.. 
Calif 


1st.... 


6,500 


Marshall C. Hoppin 


11 6, 750 




19 6, 750 


Office of Surplus Property 








Office of the Director 










Abijah U Fox 


Director, Office of Surplus Property 


Conn. . 


4th. ... 


8,000 


office of the chief counsel 












Chief Counsel . .. 


N. Y.... 


17th. _. 


8,000 


ECONOMIC ANALYSIS DIVISION 






N. Gregory Silvermaster 

GOVERNMENT RELATIONS AND 


Chief, Planning Technician 


Cahf 




8,000 










PUBLICITY BRANCH 










Albert W Frey 




N. H. .. 


2d 


8,000 


MERCHANDISING AND SALES 










BRANCH 












Deputv Director . .. . 










Associate Deputy Director _ 


Pa 

Ind 


31st... 
8th.... 


* 6, 500 




do 


8,000 




do 




Edgar P. Phillips 


do.. 


Va 


3d 


1 


INSPECTION AND STORAGE 










BRANCH 


' 










Deputy Director - . 


Pa 


27th... 


8, 000 


ADMINISTRATIVE BRANCH 














Calif.... 


12th... 


8.000 


Personnel Division 






William E Marshall 


Personnel Officer . 


D. C... 




5,600 


Finance Division 










Charles F. Hughitt 


Chief, Finance Division 


Va 


8th.... 


5,600 



11 Includes 25 percent differential, Alaskan Service. 

1* Includes 25 percent differential, Pacific Islands Service. 



243 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



OflBce of Surplus Property- 
Continued 

Office of the Directoe- 
Continued 

administrative branch— 
continued 

Office Services Division 

William F. Brennan 

Budget Division 

(Vacancy).- - 

Regional Directors 

Myron D. Smith 

Frank L. Seymour , 

Milton P.. Shlesinger 

Rowland D. Schell 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy)-- ., 

Hamilton Morton 

Thomas C. Stephens i' 

(Vacancy) 

John F. Hough 

Orrin C. Bradeen.. 



Chief, Office Services Division. 



Ark. 



3d. 



$3, 800 



Chief, Budget Division. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Washington, D. C. (Field). 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Atlanta, Ga 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Kansas City, Mo 

Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif... 

Seattle, Wash 



Mass 

Nebr.... 
D. C-... 
Ohio 



10th. 
2d... 



1st 



,600 
,000 
,000 
,000 



Tex.. 
Calif. 



12th. 
5th.. 



,000 
,000 



Calif... 
Wash.. 



8th.. 
1st.. 



,000 
,000 



i» Legal residence now California. Prior to registration in California and Kentucky, was registered in the 
State of Missouri and intends to make permanent residence in Missouri. 



654092—45- 



-17 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 



SECRETARY 

FRANCES PERKINS, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of the Secretary 

Daniel W. Tracy 

Robert C. Smith.. 

James V. FitzQerald 

Mary LaDame ,_ 

Frances Jurkowitz 

Wage Adjustment Board 

Daniel W. Tracy 

Robert C. Moore 

Office of the Special As- 
sistant TO THE Secretary 
AND Director of Person- 
nel 

Robert C. Smith.. 



Harris P. Shane 

William E. Workmaster. 

Edward J. McVeigh 

Vananda J. Meyl 

Norman S. Cramer 

Nora C. Lane 

Marshall C. Miller.. 



Marian L. Bialla. 



Assistant Secretary of Labor 

Special Assistant to the Secretary and Director 
of Personnel. 

Director of Information 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 

Administrative Assistant to the Secretary 

Chairman, Wage Adjustment Board 

Executive Secretary of the Wage Adjustment 
Board. 



Special Assistant to the Secretary and Director 

of Personnel. 

Associate Director of Personnel. 

Assistant Director of Personnel.. 

Chief, Classification Section 

Supervisor of Personnel Utilization 

Acting Chief, Training and Projects Section 

Principal Personnel Assistant 

Principal Personnel Assistant (Veterans' 

Placement). 
Junior Administrative Assistant 



Office of the Solicitor 



Douglas B. Maggs 

Archibald Cox 

Louis Sherman 

Bessie Margolin 

Arthur D. Hill, Jr 

William S. Tyson 

David O. Walter... 

C. Ira Funston 

George W. Jansen 

David S. Poller 

Clifford P. Grant- 

Edward D. Friedman 

Kenneth Meiklejohn 

E. West Parkinson 

Charles M. Joseph 

Harold C. Nystrom 

George M. Szabad 

Louis C. Berman 

Morton H. Rowen 

Ambrose R. J. Marsden. 

Donald M. Murtha 

George H. Foley. 

Irving Rozen.. _. 

Ernest N. Votaw 

Lemuel H. Davis. _ 

George A. Downing 

Amzy B. Steed 

Jeter S. Ray 



Solicitor of Labor. . 
Associate Solicitor. 
Assistant Solicitor. 

do 

.do 



do. 



Special Assistant to the Solicitor. 

Litigation Attorney 

-do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Principal Opinions Attorney. 

Trial Examiner 

.....do 



Principal Opinions Attorney 

Principal Briefs Attorney 

Administrative Attorney 

...do 

Administrative Officer 

Administrative Attorney, New York City. 

Regional Attorney, Boston, Mass 

Regional Attorney, New York City 

Regional Attorney. Philadelphia, Pa 

Regional Attorney, Richmond, Va 

Regional Attorney, Atlanta, Ga 

Regional Attorney, Birmingham, Ala 

Regional Attorney, NashvOle, Tenn 



' Salary received indicated under "Office of the Secretary." 

(244) 



Tex. 
Va.. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Tex., 
Ariz. 



N. C... 

Mass 

N. Y.... 
Tenn.... 

Mass 

N. C... 
N. C... 
N. Y__.. 
Minn... 
S. C... 

Va 

111 

Calif.-.. 
Idaho... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y...- 
N. Y.... 
D. C... 
N. Y.... 
D. C... 
N. Dak. 

Mass 

N. Y.... 

Pa. 

N. C... 

Fla 

Tenn 

Tenn 



8th... 
6th..- 

25th.. 
16th__ 
23d... 



8th... 
At L. 



Va 

Pa 

Pa 

W. Va.. 
N. Y ... 


6th.... 

7th.... 
31st... 
1st 


Wis 

D. C ... 


2d 


Colo 




Minn... 





6th.. - 
4th... 
23d... 
3d.... 
10th.. 
1st... 
6th... 
11th.. 
7th... 
2d.... 
8th... 
2d.... 
7th... 
2d.._. 
17th.. 
38th.. 
17th.. 



13th.. 
AtL' 



8th... 
6th.. _ 
1st... 
2d_... 
1st-.. 



245 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



OflSce of the Secretary- 
Continued 

Ottici or THK Solicitor— 
Continued 

Charles A. Reynard 

Kenneth P. Montgomery... 

James M. Miller 

Reid Williams 

Earl Street _ 

Dorothy M. Williams 

George W. Kretzinger, Jr 

Office or the Chief Clerk 

James E. Dodson 

V. Singleton Hudson 

Jesse C. Watts. 

Divition of Publications and 
Supplies 



Benjamin R. Sherwood. 
George R. Hersey 



Division of Budgets and Ac- 
counts 

John R. Demorest 



Library 

Laura A. Thompson. 
Edna L. Stone 



Conciliation Service 



(Vacancy) 

Howard T. Colvin. 

Elmer T. Bell 

JohnT. Daly 

Charles T. Estes... 
Walter C.Taylor.. 
Clyde M. Mills.... 



H. Ross Colwell. 



Edward J. Cunningham. 
Ernest P. Marsh 



William F. White 

Clarence H. Williams. 



Martin J. O'Connell. 



James J. Spillane.. 

Augustus S. Ness. 



Division of Labor Stand- 
ards 

Verne A. Zimmer 

Clara M. Beyer___ 

Joseph M. Tone 

Robert J. Kennedy. . 

Roland P. Blake 

Marian L. MeL._ 

Bruce A. Greene 

Lucille J. Buchanan 

Marshall Dawson 

Lillian Erskine 

James R. Wilson _ 

J. William O'Connell 



Regional Attorney, Cleveland, Ohio 

Regional Attorney, Chicago, 111 

Regional Attorney, Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Regional Attorney, Kansas City, Mo 

Regional Attorney, Dallas, Tex 

Regional Attorney, San Francisco, CaliL 
Senior Attorney, San Juan, P. R 



Ohio... 
Colo... 
S. Dak. 
Colo... 

Tex 

Calif... 
P. R... 



Chief Clerk and Budget Officer Ohio. . . 



Chief, Organization and Procedures Section... 
Assistant to the Chief Clerk 



Chief, Division of Publications and Supplies.. 
Assistant Chief, Division of Publications and 
Supplies. 



Chief, Division of Budgets and Accounts. 



Librarian 

Associate Librarian. 



Director of Conciliation 

Acting Director of Conciliation 

Chief, Arbitration Section 

Commissioner of Conciliation 

Commissioner of Conciliation (Liaison Officer). 

Chief, Technical Advisory Section 

Commissioner of Conciliation (Field Liaison 
Representative). 

Regional Director of Conciliation, New York, 
N. Y. 

Regional Director of Conciliation, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Regional Director of Conciliation, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Regional Director of Conciliation, Chicago, 111. 

Acting Regional Director of ConcOiation, 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Commissioner of Conciliation (Field Liaison 
Representative). 

....do 

Administrative Assistant. 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Labor Consultant 

Acting Chief, Safety and Health Branch 

Senior Safety Engineer _._ 

Specialist in Labor Law Administration. 

Senior Industrial Economist 

Labor Standards Analyst 

Economist 

Industrial Hygiene Engineer 

Chief, Visual Information Unit 

Industrial Safety Representative 



Md. 
Del. 



Md.. 
N. Y. 



Mich... 



111.... 
D. C. 



Va._.. 
Mich. 
La... 
Ga..-. 

N. C_. 
Va.... 



Wyo.. 

Mass.. 

Wash. 

Mo... 
N. C. 



Va. 



Mich.. 

N. Y. 



N. Y. 
Va_... 
Conn. 
Va.... 
111..... 
Calif.. 
Wis... 
N. Y. 
Calif.. 
N. Y. 
Va.... 
D. C. 



2d. 



2d.... 
5th... 
7th... 



17th.. 
AtL" 



5th. 



5th. 



1st 



8th... 
5th... 
7th... 



8th_.. 
At L. 
5th_.. 
2d_... 
9th... 



8th... 

ioth" 



23d. 
8th. 
2d.. 
5th. 
6th. 



2d.., 
23d. 
7th _ 
23d. 
8th. 



$5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
4,800 



6,500 
5,600 
4,000 



4,000 
3,200 



5,400 



5,400 
3,500 



8,000 
6,500 
5,800 
5,800 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 

6,500 

6, 50.0 ■ 

6,500 

6,500 
5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
3,800 



9,000 
7,250 
7,000 
4,600 
5,000 
4,200 
4,600 
3,800 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 



246 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



OFFiaAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of the Secretary- 
Continued 

Division of Labor Stand- 
ards— Continued 



Anne M. Ramsay... 
Frances C. Smith... 
Robert E. Donovan. 



William H. Ivey 

Lewis E. MacBrayne. 
Theodore O. Meisner. 

Charles A. Miller 

Edgar G. Quesnel 

Carl L. Smith 

Ralph E. Walter 



Economic Analyst 

Administrative Assistant 

Regional Representative, National Committee 

for the Conservation of Manpower in War 

Industries. 
do - 



Bureau of Labor Statistics 



Isador Lubin 

Albert F. Hinrichs. 
Hugh B. Killough-. 



Aryness Joy Wickens. 
N. Arnold Tolles 



Sidney W. Wilcox.. 

Henry J. Fitzgerald 

John H. J. Pierson 

Faith Williams Lorimer. 

Boris Stern 

Walter Q. Keim 

John H. Smith 

John S. Gambs 

Florence E. Parker 

Witt Bowden 

Harold R. Hosea 

Herman B. Byer 



Emory Q. Hawk. 
Lester S. Kellogg. 



Harvey E. Becknell. 

Max D. Kossoris 

Florence Peterson... 

Robert J. Myers 

Harry Ober 

Hersey E. Riley 



Alexander Sturges... 
Charles D. Stewart. 
W. Duane Evans... 



Ethel D. Hoover .- 

Dorothys. Brady 

Jesse M. Cutts.- 

Joseph Drager 

Harris P. Dawson _. 

Robert S. Cochran 

Robert V. Connerat 

Alan L. Ritter 

WendiiU D. Macdonald. 

Elmore N. Nelson. 

James W. Keiley 

William E Northey, Jr. 

John B. Parrish 

John W. Lehman. 

Everette B. Harris 

Adolph O. Berger 

Randle E. Dahl 

Charles Rubenstein 

George E. Votava 

Arthur A. Smith. 

Thomas F. Mosimann.. 
O. Duffleld Smith 



-do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
-do. 
.do. 



Commissioner (on leave) 

Acting Commissioner 

Chief.Employment and Occupational Outlook 
Branch. 

Chief, Prices and Cost of Living Branch 

Chief, Working Conditions and Industrial Re- 
lations Branch. 

Chief Statistician 

Administrative Officer 

Consultant on Postwar Employment Policy.. 
Consultant on Costs and Standards of Living. 

Chief, Labor Information Service 

Price Economist 

Senior Statistician 

Labor Economist 

Senior Economist (editor) 

Principal Economist 

Chief Editor 

Assistant Chief, Employment and Occupa- 
tional Outlook Branch. 

Economic Consultant 

Assistant Chief, Prices and Cost of Living 
Branch. 

Principal Industrial Economist — 

Chief, Industrial Hazards Division 

Chief, Industrial Relations Division.. 

Chief, Wage Analysis Division 

Consultant on Reconversion Wage Statistics.. 
Chief, Construction and Public Employment 
Division. 

Chief, Employment Statistics Division 

Chief, Occupat ional Outlook Division 

Chief, Productivity and Technological De- 
velopments Division. 

Chief, Consumer Prices Division ..i. 

Chief, Cost of Living Division 

Chief, Industrial Prices Division 

Chief, Machine Tabulation Division 

Regional Director, Atlanta, Ga 

Statistician, Atlanta, Oa 

Senior Price Economist, Atlanta, Ga. 

Senior Labor Economist, Atlanta, Ga 

Regional Director, Boston, Mass 

Statistician, Boston, Mass 

Senior Price Economist, Boston, Mass 

Senior Labor Economist, Boston Mass 

Regional Director, Chicago, 111 

Senior Price Economist, Chicago, 111 

Senior Labor Economist, Chicago, 111 

Regional Director, Cleveland, Ohio 

Statistician, Cleveland, Ohio 

Senior Labor Economist, Cleveland, Ohio 

Labor Economist, Detroit, Mich.. 

Regional Director, Dallas, Tex 

Statistician, Dallas, Tex 

Senior Price Analyst, Dallas, Tex 



N. Y-... 
D. C... 
Calif.-.. 



Ala 

Mass..-. 

IlL. 

Tex 

N. Y..-. 
Ohio.... 
Nebr— . 



D.C- 
R. I_. 

Mass. 



Wash... 
Mass 

N. Y.... 

Mass 

N. Y_.._ 
N. Y.._. 
N. Y-... 

Pa 

111 

N. Y.._ 
Minn.. 

Pa 

N. Y.-_ 
W. Va_ 



Ala... 
Ohio. 

N. Y. 
Wis.. 
Wis.. 
IlL... 
N. Y. 
IlL... 



23d. 



4th. 



4th.. 
5th.. 



8th_. 
25th. 
22d- 
2d... 



2d_. 
9th. 



Ist... 
2d.... 



29th. 
7th.. 
17th. 
33d.. 
11th. 
27th. 



5th. 



25th. 
4th.. 



9th- 



16th. 
4th.- 
2d... 



2d- 



Oreg 1st- 

N. Y..-- 1st. 
N. Y.... 32d. 



Pa 


22d— - 


Oreg 




Ga 


4th.-.. 


Wis 


6th.... 


N. Y..-. 




Fla 




Ga 


6th—- 


Tex 


5th-.. 


Mass 


9th..-. 


Wash... 




Mass 




Mass 


6th.... 


111 




111 




111 




Ohio 




Ohio.... 




Pa 


33d.... 


Minn.-. 


9th.... 


Tex 


5th.... 


S. C 


1st.... 


Tex 


5th-.- 



247 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Bureau of Labor Statistics — 

Continued 



Walter T. Watson 

OdisC. Clark-..- 

Louis M. Solomon 

Harold L. Davis 

Edison H. Cramer 

Oscar F. Brown... 

Charles C. Center 

Kermit B. Mohn 

Hilding Carlson 

Margaret L. Plunkett 

Mell W. Fleetwood 

William A. Bledsoe 

L. Arthur Jenkins 

John C. Ootschali 

Leonard R. Linsenmayer. 
Joel W. C. Harper 



Children's Bureau 



Katharine F. Lenroot 

Martha M. Eliot, M. D 

Abram L. Van Horn, M. D. 
Sarah S. Deitrick, M. D 



Betty Huse, M. D. 



Ruth O. Taylor 

Edith M. Baker. 

Marjorie M. Heseltine. 
Ruth O. Blakeslee 



William J. Maguire 

Beatrice McConnell 

Elizabeth B. Coleman - 



Elizabeth S. Johnson.-. 
Katherine Bain, M. D. 



Mildred M. Arnold 

Edward E. Schwartz 

Mary Taylor Montgomery.. 
Elisabeth Shirley Enochs... 
Laura Elmore Warren 



Women's Bureau 



Frieda S. Miller.-. 

Bertha M. von der Nienburg. 

Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon 

Mary V. Robinson 



Isadore Spring. 

Ethel Erickson 

Marguerite W. Zapoleon. 

Mary M. Cannon 

Anne Larrabee 

Margaret K. Anderson... 

Mary G. Currier 

Helen B. Sater 

Elsie I. Wolfe 

Martha J. Ziegler 



Wage and Hour Division 



L. Metcalfe Walling 

W. Thacher Winslow . 
William R. McComb--. 

William S. Singley 

Arnold J. Kircli-- 

F. Granville Grimes, Jr- 

Harry Weiss-. 

Harry S. Kantor 



Senior Labor Economist, Dallas, Tex 

Senior Labor Economist, Kansas City, Mo--. 

Regional Director, Denver, Colo.. 

Statistician, Denver, Colo.- 

Senior Economist, Denver, Colo 

Senior Labor Economist; Denver, Colo 

Regional Director, New York, N. Y 

Statistician, New York, N. Y 

Senior Price Analyst, New York, N. Y 

Labor Economist, New York, N. Y 

Labor Economist, Philadelphia, Pa 

Regional Director, San Francisco, Calif 

Statistician, San Francisco, Calif 

Senior Price Economist, San Francisco, Calif- 
Labor Economist, San Francisco, Cahf 

Senior Labor Economist, Seattle, Wash 



Chief—. - 

Associate Chief 

Director, Division of Health Services 

Assistant Director of Maternal and Child 

Health Services. 
Assistant Director of Crippled Children's 

Services. 

N ursing Advisor 

Consultant in Medical Social Services 

Nutrition Analyst 

Consultant in Maternal and Child Welfare 

Services. 
Senior Administrative Officer (In Charge 

Grants to States). 

Director, Industrial Division 

Assistant Director of Industrial Division in 

Charge of Child Labor Administration. 
Assistant Director of Industrial Division in 

Charge of Research. 
Director, Division of Research in Child Devel- 
opment. 

Acting Director, Social Service Division 

Director, Division of Statistical Research 

Technical Advisor on Reporting Activities 

Senior Specialist in Child Welfare Services 

Administrative Assistant to the Chief 



Director 

Chief Economic Analyst 

Director, Division of Research 

Director, Division of Exhibits and Public 
Information. 

Statistician 

Labor Economist 

do 

do 

Administrative Assistant 

Labor Economist, San Francisco, Calif 

Labor Economist, Boston, Mass 

Associate Labor Economist, New York, N. Y. 

Labor Economist, St. Louis, Mo 

Labor Economist, Chicago, 111.- 



HeadguarteTs in New York City 



Administrator.- 

Deputy Administrator - 

do 

Assistant to the Deputy Administrator- 
Business Manager 

War Labor Board Liaison Officer 

Director, Economics Branch 

Principal Industrial Economist 



Tex... 
Ohio.. 
D. C. 
Ohio.. 
Colo.. 
S. C... 
Tex... 
Pa.-.. 
N. Y_. 
N. Y.. 
Tex-.. 
Calif.. 
Oreg-- 
Calif.- 
Ohio.- 
Oreg-. 



Wis 

Conn... 
Ohio.... 

N. Y-.. 

N. Y..-, 



D.C. 
Mo.. 
N. J.. 
Pa... 



Pa. 



Pa--. 

N. Y- 



Pa.. 
Mo. 



Ind.. 
Va.... 
N. Y'. 
Va... 
D.C. 



N. Y. 
Md.. 
Va... 
D. C- 



Colo... 
Minn.- 
Ohio... 
N. J-... 
D. C... 
Wash.. 
N. H... 
N. J-... 
Calif... 
Ill 



R.I 

N. Y.... 

Mo 

Pa 

Mich 

N. C... 

Wis 

N. Y.... 



2d. 



12th- 
25th- 



7th-. 
3d-. 
15th- 



11th. 
3d-.. 
12th. 
28th 

18th. 



11th. 
13th. 
23d.- 

19th... 

19th. 
14th. 

35th- 

11th. 



3d... 
8th.. 



8th.... 



17th. 
6th.. 
7th.. 



8th-. 
13th- 



2d- 



8th.... 



4th. 
2d-. 
2d.. 



$4,600 
4,600 
6,600 
4.600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 
4,600 



9,000 
7,500 
6,500 
5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
6,000 
5,600 
6,200 

5,000 

7,000 
6,000 

6,000 

5,800 

5.600 
5,600 
5,000 
4,800 
4,800 



8,000 
6,000 
4,200 
4,200 

4,200 
4,200 
4,200 
4,000 
3,600 
3,800 
3,200 
3,200 
3,800 
3,800 



10, 000 
8,000 
8,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,4C0 
6,750 
5,600 



248 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Wage and Hour Division- 
Continued 

Verl E Roberts 


Principal Industrial Economist 


Idaho... 

Iowa 

Wash.. 


2d...... 

5th._.. 


$5,600 




Industrial Economist 


4,600 


John R. Dille . ... 


Director, Field Operations Branch 


6,600 


John J. Brauner _. 


Assistant Director, Field Operations Branch.. 
Senior Inspection Liaison Officer .. 


N. Y.... 




5,600 


Jacob I. Bellow 


Pa 




4,600 


Samuel A. Qanz 


do 


N. Y . 




4,600 


Pauline C. Gilbert 


Chief, Exemptions Section. 


N. Y.... 
N. C...- 
N. Y.... 


21st--. 
7th.-.. 


5,800 




Labor Economist 


4,600 


Florence Mufson 


...do 


4,600 


Nathan Rubenstein 


Industrial Economist 


N. Y 




4,600 


Leo A. Gleason 


Regional Director, Boston, Mass 

Regional Director, New York, N. Y 

Regional Director, Philadelphia, Pa 

Regional Director, Richmond, Va 

Regional Director, Atlanta, Ga 

Regional Director, Birmingham, Ala 


Mass - 




6,500 


Arthur J. White . . 


N.J 




6,750 


Frank J. G. Dorsey 


Pa 




6,500 


William C. Cole 


Va 




6,500 


Dr. James O. Johnson 

Joseph C. Noah 


Oa 

Okla.._- 
Tenn... 

Nev 

Wis 


5th-.. 

2d 

1st 

AtL.- 


6,500 
6,500 


William M. Eaves 


Regional Director, Nashville, Tenn.. 

Regional Director, Cleveland, Ohio . ... 


6,500 




6,500 


Thomas D. O'Malley. 


Regional Director, Chicago, 111 


6.750 


Leslie A. Hill 


Regional Director, Minneapolis, Minn 


Minn. ._ 

Va 

Tex 

Calif.... 
Maine . 


ioth._. 

8th.... 
8th--.. 
4th..._ 


6,500 


Walter W. King 

Gus C. Street, Jr 


6,500 


Regional Director, Dallas, Tex 

Regional Director, San Francisco, Calif ._ 

Territorial Representative, San Juan, P. R 

Territorial Representative, Juneau, Alaska 


6,500 


Wesley 0. Ash 


6,500 


Russell Sturgis 


5,800 


Michael J. Haas 


Alaska . . 




4,600 











INDEPENDENT AGENCIES 



ALASKA INTERNATIONAL HIGHWAY COMMISSION 





OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Warren G. Magnuson, M. C_ 
James W. Carey 


Chairman, Alaska International Highway 

Commission. 
Commissioner, Alaska International Highway 

Commission, 
do 


Wash... 
Wash... 
Alaska 


1st 

1st.... 


(') 
(') 


Donald MacDonald . . 


(') 


(Vacancy) .. 


.... do 






(') 


Ernest Gruening 


do 


D. C 




(') 













1 Serves without compensation. 

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION 



General John J. Pershing, 

U. S. Army. 
Robert O. Woodside 



David A. Reed... 
D. John Markey. 
Finis J. Garrett.. 
Cora W. Baker... 
Leslie L. BifiBe... 



Washington Office 
Maj. Charles B. Shaw.. 

European Office 
Col. T. Bentley Mott... 

Historical Section 
Col. Henry O. Swindler. 



Commissioner, Chairman 

Commissioner, Vice Chairman, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Commissioner, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Commissioner, Frederick, Md 

Commissioner.-- 

Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 

Commissioner 



Officer in Charge. 



.do- 



.do. 



D. C .. 




Pa 


33d- — 


Pa 

Md 

Tenn.... 

Md 

Ark 


33d.... 

6th.... 
8th.... 

2d 

1st 


Mass 


6th-_.. 


Va 


8th.... 


Va 


8th.-.. 



1 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 Serves without compensation. 

THE AMERICAN COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION AND 
SALVAGE OF ARTISTIC AND HISTORIC MONUMENTS IN 
WAR AREAS ' 



Owen J. Roberts... 
David E. Finley... 
Huntington Cairns 
John A. GUmore... 



Chairman 

Vice-Chairman 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Assistant Secretary-Treasurer. 



D. C. 



(2) 
(2) 
$6, 500 



' The American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War 
Areas was established by the President on June 23, 1943, as an independent advisory commission with ofBces 
in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. IthasSmembers, including the chairman, vice chairman, 
and secretary-treasurer, aU of whom serve without compensation. Its administrative expenses are paid 
from moneys appropriated to it by the Congress. 

2 Serves without compensation. 

(249) 



250 
BOARD OF GOVERTORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


Utah.... 

Oa 

111 

Ohio.... 

Conn 

Va 

Va 

D. C...- 


1st 

5th,-,. 
7th...- 
18th... 
4th.... 
8th-... 
8th.... 


D. C , 




Md 

D. C .,, 


6th.-.. 


D.C--- 




D. C,,,, 




Md 

Tenn,-. 
Calif.... 

D. C .. 


6th.... 
9th---- 
6th..-- 


Md 

D.C.... 


5th.... 


Mich 

D. C... 


3d 


D. C -. 




D. C ... 




Calif,,., 
D.C ,, 


8th...- 


D. C 




D. C ,, 




Va 

Mo 

Pa 


8th...- 
5th—. 

nth... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Marriner S. Eccles 

Ronald Ransom 

M. S. Szymczak 

John Jv. McKee 

Ernest Q. Draper 

R. M. Evans 

Elliott Thurston 

Chester Morrill 

S. R. Carpenter.- 

Brav Hammond 

Walter Wyatt. - 

George B. Vest 

J. Leonard Townsend. 
E. A. Goldenweiser... 

Wood lief Thomas 

Howard S. Ellis 



Leo H. Paulger 

C. E. Cagle 

William B. Pollard. 
Edward L. Smead.. 



J. R. Van Fossen. 



J. E. Horbett.. 
Carl E. Parry.. 
Bonnar Brown.' 



Robert F. Leonard. 



Liston P. Bethea. 
Fred A. Nelson... 



Gardner L. Boothe, II. 

O. E. Foulk-- - 

Josephine E. Lally 



Chairman 

Vice Chairman. 

Member 

do. 



.do- 
.do. 



Assistant to the Chairman 

Secretary .' 

Assistant Secretary. 

do 

General Counsel 

General Attorney 

Assistant General Attorney 

Economic Ad viser 

Director, Division of Research and Statistics- 
Assistant Director, Division of Research and 
Statistics. 

Director, Division of Examinations 

Assistant Director, Division of Examinations.. 

do 

Director, Division of Bank Operations; Ad- 
ministrator for War Loans. 
Assistant Director, Division of Bank Oper- 
ations. 

do 

Director, Division of Security Loans 

Assistant Director, Division of Security 

Loans. 
Director, Division of Personnel Administra- 
tion. 
Director, Division of Administrative Services. 
Assistant Director, Division of Administrative 
Services. 

Assistant Administrator for War Loans - 

Fiscal Agent 

Deputy Fiscal Agent.. 



(') 
0) 
(') 
(■) 
(■) 
(') 
(•) 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(■) 
(■) 
(>) 
(■) 
(') 
(0 

(') 
0) 
(') 
(') 

(') 

(') 
(') 
(0 

(0 

(>) 
(') 

(') 
(') 
(') 



1 The salaries and expenses of the Board of Governors are paid from assessments levied by the Board 
upon the Federal Reserve Banks. 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD 



L. Welch Pogue 


Chairman 


Iowa 

D.C... 


7th.... 


$10,000 


Edward P. Warner 


Vice Chairman 


10,000 


Harllee Branch 


Member 


Ga 

Ind 

Okla..,, 
N.J.... 
Fla 


5th-... 
5th..-- 
5th...- 
5th.... 
4th.... 


10, 000 


Oswald Ryan 


do . .... . .. 


10,000 


Josh Lee - - . , ,, , . 


- .- do 


10,000 


Fred A. Toombs ,,. 


Secretary 


5,600 


John Sherman ._ , 


Technical Consultant 


5,600 


General Counsel's Office 






George C. NeaL 


General Counsel 


Ohio 


14th— 


8,500 


Finance Legal Division 




















Operations Legal Division 










John H. Wanner .... 


-. do 


Pa 


14th... 


6,500 


Economic Bureau 






Irston R. Barnes 


Director 


Conn... 


3d 


8,000 


Air Transport Information 






Harold A. Van Dorn 


Chief 


N. Y.... 


24th... 


5,600 


Research and Analysis 
Division 






Frank H. Crozier 


Chief 


Ill 


3d 


7,250 



251 

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD 

Continued 



OFFIQAL TITLK AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Economic Bureau — Con. 

Rates and Audits Division 

Warner H. Hord... 

Tariffs and Service Division 

Bernard Gillespie 

Safety Bureau 

Jesse W. Lankford 

John M. Chamberlain 

Safety Rules and Education 
Division 

Robert D. Hoyt 



Legal residence 



State 



Chief. 

Chief 

Director.. 

Assistant Director 



Accident Investigation 
Division 

Jesse K. Fenno.. 

Office of Trial Examiners 

Francis W. Brown. _ 

Thomas L. Wrenn 



Chief- 



Chief 

Chief Examiner 
Assistant Chief. 



La. 



Mo. 



R.I. 



D. C. 

Tex.. 



U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Ind 

Ohio.... 



Fla- 



7th... 
14th.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$6, 500 



5,600 



8,000 
6,750 



6,750 



6, 500 



8,000 
6,500 



Members of the Commission 



Harry B. Mitchell 

Lucille Foster McMOlin. 
Arthur S. Flemming 



Staff Officers 



Lawson A. Moyer 

Kenneth C. Vipond 

Farrar Smith 

Alfred J. Klein 

William C. Hull 

David F. Lawton -.. 

David F. Williams 

Lawrence V. Meloy 

Katherine A. Frederic — 

Robert J. Fenn . 

Frederick M. Davenport. 



Robert L. Bailey 

James B. Baugh, Jr. 



Administrative Services 



Francis P. Brassor 

Warren B. Irons 

Walter H. Brummett.. 
Manlio F. DeAngelis. . 

Max Freyd-- 

John W. Mitchell 

Cecil E. Custer... 

Henry Q. Porter 

Mary Virginia Wenzel. 



Commissioner, President- 
Commissioner... 

do 



Board of Appeals and Review 



John F. Edwards.. 

James G. Yaden 

E. Newton Steely.. 
Selden G. Hopkins. 



Executive Director and Chief Examiner 

Assistant Chief Examiner 

Assistant to Chief Examiner 

(Acting) Chief Law Officer. 

Executive Assistant to the Commissioners 

Director of Personnel 

Assistant Director of Personnel 

Loyalty Rating Board Chairman.. 

Loyalty Rating Board Member 

do 

Chairman, Council of Personnel Administra- 
tion. 

Congressional Contact Representative.- 

do 



Chief, Administrative Services 

Assistant Chief, Administrative Services... 

Chief, Organization and Methods Staff 

Chief, Program Planning Staff 

Chief, Instructions and Manuals Stall 

Chief, Federal Employment Statistics StaS. 

Chief, Budget and Finance Division 

Chief, Office Services Division 

Librarian 



Chairman- 
Member.. 

....do 

....do 



Mont... 
Tenn... 
D. C-... 


2d 

4th.... 


S. C... 
N.Y.... 
Tenn-.- 
D. C... 


2d 

6th.... 
8th_... 


Va 

N.Y.... 
D.C.... 


8th.... 
39th... 


Ariz 

Mass 

Conn... 
N.Y.... 

Nev 

Tenn... 

Vt. -.-... 

Md 

Ark 

Pa 

D.C.... 


AtL.. 
12th... 

1st 

33d-... 

AtL.. 
10th... 

AtL.. 

2d 

5th.... 
23d.... 


Pa 

W.Va... 
Calif.... 
HI 

N.C.... 

Ky. 

Ky. 

Va 


25th.-. 

2d 

4th-... 
25th-.. 

11th.. . 
9th.... 
9th.... 
8th.... 



$10, 000 
10, 000 
10,000 



9,500 
8,250 
6,750 
6,500 
5,800 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
8,500 

5,800 
4,400 



8,250 
6,500 
7,500 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
6,000 
5,600 
3,800 



6,000 
6,400 
5,800 
5,800 



252 

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Com- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Examining and Personnel 
Utilization Division 

W. Arthur McCoy 

Coleman F. Cook... 

Ernest J. Stocking 

Clayton V. Taylor 

Samuel S. Board 

Mary Mathis 

Charles R. Anderson 

John McDiarmid _. 

Thomas L. Bransford 

Henry L. Buckardt_ 

Ross Pollock 

Field Operations 

Jacob H. Weiss 

Henry W. Rempe... 

Stephen P. Ryder 

Martin F. Carpenter 

Information Division 

Carson C. Hathaway.. 

Investigations Division 

Fordyce W. Luikart 

Walter E. Elder 

Medical Division 

Verne K. Harvey 

E. Parker Luongo 

Personnel Classification 
Division 



Ismar Baruch 

Joseph L. Spilman. 



Retirement Division 



Lewis H. Fisher 

Maude V. Carter... 
Lewis H. Gueiither. 



John D. Phenix. 



Service Record Division 



Vivian Carlson 

William Earl Byram_ 



Field Force 



William A. Foley 

James E. Rossell 

Charles D. Hertzog. - _ 
Maurice J. McAulifle. 

Orie E . Myers 

Daniel C. Whelan 

Joseph A. Connor 

Rena B. Smith 

Bobbie M. Snoddy... 

Aloysius J. Leach 

James P. Cooley 

Harry T. Kranz 

Clarence L. Edwards. 



Chief of Division. 

Assistant Chief of Division (Administrative) .. 

Assistant Chief of Division (Physical Science 
and Clerical Placement Section). 

Assistant Chief of Division (Social Science 
Placement Section). 

(Acting) Assistant Chief of Division (Admin- 
istrative and Management Placement Sec- 
tion). 

Assistant Chief of Division (Services) 

Assistant Chief of Division (Veterans Service 
Section). 

Assistant Chief of Division (Personnel Utiliza- 
tion Program). 

Assistant Chief, Test Development Section... 

Head Liaison Officer 

Director, Federal Work Improvement Pro- 
gram. 



Chief of Field Operations 

Assistant Chief of Field Operations 

Field Operations Supervisor 

Staff Assistant- _ 

Chief of Division 

Chief of Division 

Assistant Chief of Division 

Medical Director 

Assistant Medical Director 



Chief of Division 

Associate Chief of Division 

Chief of Division 

Assistant Chief of Division (Claims) 

Assistant Chief of Division (Administrative 

Activities). 
Acting Chief Actuary 

Chief of Division 

Assistant Chief of Division 

Director, 1st Region, Boston, Mass 

Director, 2d Region, New York, N. Y 

Director, 3d Region, Philadelphia, Pa 

Director, 4th Region, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Director, 5th Region, Atlanta, Ga 

Director, 6th Region, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Director, 7th Region, Chicago, 111 -.. 

Director, 8th Region, St. Paul, Minn 

Director, 9th Region, St. Louis, Mo 

Director, 10th Region, Dallas, Tex 

Director, lllh Region, Seattle, Wash 

Director, 12th Region, San Francisco, Calif.. 
Director, 13th Region, Denver, Colo 



Mo.... 
Ohio_.. 
S. Dak. 



111..-. 
N.Y. 



Ga... 
Kans- 

Calif.... 

Oreg.. 
111.... 
Mich. 



Ga. 
Mo 
Pa. 
Ind 

Mo 



Ohio. 
Kans. 



Ind. 
Va.. 



Conn. 
D. C. 



N.J. 
D. C. 
N.J 



Tex. 



N.Y. 

Va... 



D. C... 

Ariz 

Pa 

Mirm.. 

Ga 

Minn.. 

Ill 

Minn.. 
Mo..-. 

La 

Va 

Calif... 
Ill 



6th.. 

1st.. 
1st.. 

16th. 

1st.. 



3d.. 
7th. 



16th... 



3d... 
19th. 
6th.. 



5th.. 
12th. 
16th. 

nth. 



3d. 



12th. 
4th.. 



11th. 
8th.. 



2d. 



4th. 



2d.. 
4th. 



43d.. 
8th.. 



AtL. 
8th... 
4th.-. 
5th... 
4th..- 
10th.. 
4th... 
12th.. 
1st... 
8th.-. 
4th-.. 
14th.. 



253 



COMBINED FOOD BOARD 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


(Vacancy). . .. 


Executive Officer .- . _ 






(') 
(2) 
(3) 


Glenn H. Craig 


Deputy Executive Officer . 


Mont... 
Va 


1st 

8th.... 


Arthur T. Thompson 


Secretary 



1 Compensation received from United States Army; assigned to War Food Administration. 

' Compensation received as Chief, Requirements and Allocations Branch, Office of Distribution, War 
Food Administration. 

' Compensation received as Chief, Livestock, Meats, and Wool Unit, Office of Foreign Agricultural 
Relations. 

COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS 



Gilmore D. Clarke- 
William F. Lamb.. 

Paul P. Cret 

John A. Holabird.. 

Henry V. Poor 

Ralph Stackpole... 
David E. Finley... 
H. P. Caemmerer.. 



Commissioner, Chairman 

Commissioner, Vice Chairman 

Commissioner 

do 

do 

do 

do— 

Secretary and Administrative Officer- 



N. Y— . 




N. Y-.. 




Pa 




111 




N. Y-.- 




Calif-.-- 




D.C.... 




Wis 









(0 

w 
(') 

0) 

(>) 
(') 
(') 

$4, 000 



1 Serves without compensation; the members are reimbursed for their traveling expenses. 

U. S. EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

HEADQUARTERS IN NEW YORK CITY 



Jewell W. Swofford.. 
Albert H. Ladner, Jr. 
Hattie W. Caraway.. 

Wm. McCauley 

Wm. D. Driscoll 

Ward E. Boote 

Franklin J. Halpin... 
Daniel M. Ooodacre.. 

Seth D. Logsdon 

Clyde R. Middleton. 

Samuel D. Slentz 

Edward F. Brayer 

Esther G. Struthers.. 

Edward P. Herges 

Frank A. Cardillo 



Patrick J. Monahan. 
Samuel S. Lowe 



Charles T. Branham 

Edgar V. Parker 

Richard P. Lawson 

Joseph H. Hender.son 

Gabe Sheppeard 

Kenneth G. McManigal. 



Leonard C. Brown... 
Warren H. Pillsbury. 



Clarence M. Whipple. 
Jeremiah J. O'Leary.. 



Peter J. Donovan. 
Samuel S. Lowe._. 



Commissioner, Chairman.. 

Commissioner 

do 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Chief Counsel 

Medical Director... 

Chief Claim Examiner 

Assistant in Charge, Claims Section 

do 

Attorney, Subrogation Section 

Chief Statistician 

Chief of Accounts 

Safety Engineer 

Deputy Commissioner for the District of 

Columbia. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 1 — Boston.. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 2— New 

York. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 3— Phila- 
delphia. 
Deputy Commissioner for Districts 4 and 5 — 

Baltimore and Norfolk. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 6 — Jackson- 
ville. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 7— New 

Orleans. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 8— Gal- 
veston. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 9 — Cleve- 
land. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 10 — Chicago. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 13— San 

Francisco. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 14 — Seattle. 
Deputy Commissioner for District 15 — Hono- 
lulu, T. H. 
iVcting Deputy Commissioner for Caribbean 

District, San Juan, P. R. 
Deputy Commissioner for Foreign Compensa- 
tion District— New York. 



Mo 

Pa 

Ark 

Ark 

N.J 

Pa 

111 

D. C... 


4th.... 
6th—- 

1st 

6th...- 
9th...- 
14th..- 
10th... 


Ill 




Ga 




Wash... 




N. Y 




Mass 

Minn. -. 
N. Y...- 


3d 

4th.... 
2d 


Ohio 

N. Y..-- 


12th... 


Fla 


4th 


N. Y.... 




N. Y..-. 


6th..-- 


Fla 


4th..-- 


Tex 


4th..-- 


Minn... 




Calif.... 




Calif.... 


6th-.-. 


N. Y ... 




N. Y— . 




Pa 




N. Y...- 









$fi, 000 
9,000 
9,000 
7,250 
5,800 
6,750 
0) 

5,800 
4,000 
3,500 
6,400 
4,000 
3,500 
5,400 
6,400 

6,000 
7,000 

5,800 

6,400 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

5,600 
6,400 

5,800 
5,600 

4,600 

(2) 



1 Surgeon, U. S. Public Health Service; detailed to Commission, 
' No additional compensation. 



254 



FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C. unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Commissioners 



Paul A. Porter 

Paul A. Walker 

Norman S. Case... 
Ray C. Wakefield.. 
Clifford J. Durr_-_- 

EwellK. Jett 

Charles R. Denny. 



Office of Information 

Earl A. Minderman.. 

Office of Personnel 



Diok Carlson 

Gilbert H. Hatfield.. 
James P. McMurray. 
Joseph J. Katsuranis. 



Office of Budget and 
Planning 



William B. Robertson. 

Charles R. Weeks 

James H . Ballard 

Lawrence A. Corridon. 



Office of Secretary 



Thomas J. Slowie... 
William P. Massing. 

Walter S. Davis 

PaulH. Sheehy 

Lavelle W. Hughes.. 



Engineering Department 
George P. Adair 

Radio Intelligence Division 

George E. Sterling 

Common Corner Division 

Edward E. Hale 

Broadcast Division 

John A. Willoughby 

International Division 

Marion H. Woodward 

Field Division 
George S. Turner 



Chairman 

Vice chairman. 
Commissioner. 

do 

do 



Safety and Special Services 
Division 



William N. Krebs. 



Technical Information 
Division 



Lynde P. Wheeler 

Law Department 



Rosel H.Hyde 

Leonard H. Marks. 



.do. 
-do. 



Director of Information. 



Director of Personnel.— 

Chief, Employment and Placement Section - 

Chief, Personnel Utilization Section 

Chief, Classification Section.. 



Director of Budget and Planning... 

Chief, Organization and Procedure Section. 

Assistant Chief, Budget Section 

Chief, Finance Section 



Secretary. 

Chief, License Division. 
Chief, Records Division- 
Chief, Service Division. . 
Chief, Minute Section... 



Chief Engineer. 



Assistant Chief Engineer. 



.do. 



.do. 



Chief. 



.do. 



-do. 



.do. 



General Counsel 

Assistant to General Counsel. 



Ely... 
Okla. 
R. I.. 
Calif. 
Ala.- 
Md.. 
D. C. 



Ohio.... 



Calif. 
Tenn. 
N.J . 

N. Y. 



N.Y.... 

Va. 

S. C 

D. C... 


14th... 
8th.... 
5th.... 


Iowa 

Ind 

D. C--.. 


2d 

9th.... 


D. C .. 




Mo 


10th... 


Tex 


21st..- 


Maine. - 


2d 



Calif...- 



S. C. 



Va. 



Qa. 



Md. 



D. C. 



Idaho. 
Pa.... 



6th. 
5th. 
1st. 
9th. 
2d.. 
6th. 



12th. 



4th- 
4th. 
8th. 
23d. 



6th.. 



8th... 



5th.. 



2d- 



255 

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 

Continued 





OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Law Department — Con. 










Broadcast Division 












Assistant General Counsel 


Wash 


5th 


$7,500 


Common Carrier Division 










Benedict P Cottone 


... do.. 


N. Y.... 


8th.... 


7,500 


Litigation and Administration 
Division 






Harry M. Plotkin 


. do 


Ul 


10th... 


7,500 


Safety and Special Services 
Division 








Chief-. - 


N. Y.... 


5th 


6,500 


Accounting, Statistical and 










Tariff Department 










William J Norfleet 


Chief Accountant 


Md 

N. Y .. 


6th.... 
24th . 


9,000 


Hugo Reyer 


Assistant Chief Accountant 


7,500 


Economics Division 










Dallas W. Smythe 


Chief 


Va 


8th .. 


6,500 


Accounting Regulations 
Division 










Henry M. Long 


do. 


Pa 


2d .... 


6,000 


Rates and Traffic Division 










William G. Butts 


do - 


Mo 


5th.„. 


6,000 


Field Division 






Mark S. McCoy 


do 


Pa 


19th... 


6,000 


Broadcast Division 






Robert E. Stromherg 


do.... 


Nebr.... 


4th.... 


5,600 


Statistical Division 










Alexander Ueland 


...do 


N. Y.... 


4th.... 


4,200 


Foreign Broadcast Intel- 






ligence Service 










Charles S. Hyneman 


Director 


Md 

D. C .. 


5th_... 


9,000 


Q. Ellis Porter 


Chief Editor.. 


5,800 


Distribution Division 










Stephen Greene 


Chief .... . . 


Mass 


5th 


4,600 


Daily Report Divisimi 










Ernest R. Pope 


do 


D. C ... 




4,600 


Far East Division 










Audrey G. Menefee 


do 


Wash... 


1st.... 


5,600 


Monitoring Dirision 






Ben H.Hall 


do -- -. -. -. .. 


N.Y.... 


1st.... 


4,600 









256 



FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise iadicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Leo T. Crowley 

Phillips L. Goldsborough. 

Preston Delano 

Alberto. Towers 

E. F. Downey 

Henry W. Riley 

Edward C. Tefft 

J. Forbes Campbell 

Francis C. Brown 

Neil O. Greensides 

Homer Jones 

Carl W. Satterlee 

Frank C. Blowe 



Chairman 

Director 

do 

Assistant to Director 

Secretary 

Executive Officer 

Special Assistant to Chairman. 
do 



General Counsel 

Acting Chief, Division of Examination 

Chief, Division of Research and Statistics. 

Director of Personnel 

Chief, Service Division 



W. O. Loeffler 

Mark A. Heck 

James M. Kane 

Wheeler McDougal 

Ralph E. Zimmerman. 



James M. Oaffney. 
H. R. Burling 



Chicago, III. 



Fiscal Agent 

Chief, Audit Division 

Counsel 

Chief, Division of Liquidation 

Supervising Liquidator, Division of Liquida- 
tion. 

Claim Agent, Division of Liquidation 

Supervising Accountant, Division of Liquida- 
tion. 



Wis 


2d..... 


Md 


4th_... 


Mass 




Md 


4th... _ 


D. C_... 




D. C -- 




Tenn... 


10th... 


Md 


6th.... 


Calif.... 


4th.... 


Wis 


2d 


Iowa 


1st..-- 


Mo 


1st 


Fla 


2d..... 


111 


10th... 


Va 


8th.. ._ 


111 


10th..- 


111 


16th... 


111 


21st _._ 


N. Y_._. 


24th.- 


Wis 


5th—- 



1 Salary received as Comptroller of the Currency, Treasury Department. 

FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 



John W. Snyder Federal Loan Administrator 



Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation 



Charles B. Henderson 

Howard J. Klossner 

Sam H. Husbands 

Henry A. Mulligan 

Charles T. Fisher, Jr 

George F. Buskie 

William C. Costello 

Stanley T. Crossland 

Arthur B. Merritt 

Alfred T. Hobson 

Leo H. Nielson 

Matthias W. Knarr 

Alexander B. Gait 

George L. Birist 

George H. Hubert 

Edward J. Singer 

Ferris B. Thomas 

Henry A. Mulligan 

David B. Griffin 

Harry L. Sullivan 

Jerome T. Kelley 

Willard E. Unzicker 

William C. Beck, Jr 

James W. Considine 

John D. Goodloe 

James L. Dougherty 

Harvey J. Gunderson 

Hans A. Klagsbrunn 

Wm. Meade Fletcher, Jr. 

H. Clay Johnson 

Edgar A. Stansficld 

Newell K. Ricks 

Nathaniel Royall 

Harold R. Stroberg 

William W. Sullivan 

Roy A. Brownell 



Chairman 

Director 

do 

do 

do 

Special Assistant to the Board of Directors. 
do 



-do. 



Administrative Assistant. 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

do -. 

do 

Chief Clerk 

Administrative Assistant. 

do 

do 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

do 



.do. 
-do. 
-do- 



Prineipal Head Fiscal Accountant. 

General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel 

do 



-do. 



Chief Railroad Counsel. . 

Counsel 

do 

do. 

Chief Auditor 

Assistant Chief Auditor-. 
Chief, Railroad Division. 
Chief, Agency Division.- 



Mo 


12th... 


Nev 


AtL.. 


Minn... 


4th..-- 


S. C... 


6th.-.- 


N. Y.... 


11th... 


Mich.... 


14th... 


La 


2d 


Tex 


8th-... 


111 


11th..- 


Mo 


3d 


Mont... 


1st...- 


Idaho... 


2d 


N.J..... 


3d 


D. C... 




Iowa 


2d 


Iowa 


1st..-. 


Tex 


20th... 


Md 


5th.... 


N. Y.... 


11th... 


Tenn.... 


9th.... 


Mo 


5th_.-. 


Md 


4th--.. 


Tex 


8th.-.. 


D. C 




D. C... 




Ky 


8th-... 


D. C ... 




S. Dak.. 


1st 


D. C 




Va 


7th.... 


Ind 


3d 


Colo 


2d 


Idaho.. - 


2d 


Tex 


10th..- 


D. C . 




Ill 


2d 


D. C... 





• Compensation paid from funds of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 

2 Paid as Director of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation; receives no additional compensation as 
Treasurer. 



257 

FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation— Continued 

Theodore T. Perkins 


Assistant Chief, Agency Division 


Ohio...- 
Minn... 
N. Y...- 

Md 

Ala 

Mont 

Ark 

Minn 

N. C-... 

Oa 

Md 

D. C 


22d-... 
1st-..- 
24th.- 

1st 

9th...- 

2d 

5th.... 

1st 

3d--..- 
1st..-- 
2d 


1 $8, 250 
1 10 000 


Mathew J. McGrath 


Chief, Examining Division 


Albert E. Bassett 


Assistant Chief, Examining Division... 


' 9 500 


Thomas H. Davis 

Sterling J. Foster, Jr 

Wilford J. Johnson-. 


do... - 

do- 

. .do 


1 9, 000 
I 9, 500 
1 9, 000 
1 9, 000 
' 9 250 


William C. Ribenack 

Frank T. Ronan-.. 


do 

...do 


William E. Stroud 


do 


" 9, 000 
1 10, 000 
1 9, 000 
' 8, 250 


Rene J. Tavlor 


..do 


William E. Willett...- 


do --- 


David C. Elliott 


Chief, Statistical and Economic Division 

Assistant Chief, Statistical and Economic 

Division. 
Chief, Division of Personnel.-- 


JohnH. Chase 


Md 

D. C 


6th...- 


'6 200 


Frank M. Eliot 


I 8, 000 


Morton Macartney. . . 


Chief, Self-Liquidating Division 


Fla 

N.J-..-. 

Ohio.-.- 

Ariz 

N. Y— - 

Tex 

Ivans 

Calif 


5th---- 
4th-... 

22d.... 

AtL.. 

17th... 

8th-..- 
4th-..- 


1 10, 000 
1 9 500 


Walter L. Drager 


Chief, Engmeering Section, Self-Liquidating 
Division. 

Chief, Finance Section, Self-Liquidating 
Division. 

Chief, Mining Section, Self-Liquidating Divi- 
sion. 

Administrative Officec, RFC Price Adjust- 
ment Board. 

Chief, Warehousing Division 


Edward T. Stein 


'7 700 


Donald M. Rait 


I 8 250 


Gladding B. Coit 


1 10, 000 

' 6, 400 
' 6, 400 
1 9, 000 

19,000 
1 5 000 


C. David Williams 


Fred W. Huston.. 

MichaelJ. O'BjTne.. 


Assistant Chief, Warehousing Division 

Chief, Surplus War Real Estate Division 

Manager, Loan Agency, Atlanta, Ga 


Loan Agency Managers 
Mike E. Everett 


Ga 

Ala 

Mass 

N. C..-- 

111 -- 

Mont-.- 

Tex 

Colo-..- 
Mich---_ 
Mont--. 

Tex 

Fla 

111 

Ark 

Calif- --- 

Ky 

S. Dak-. 
Tenn-..- 

La 

N. Y..-- 
Okla-..- 
Nebr..-. 

Pa 

Oreg-.-- 
W. Va-_ 

111 

Utah-... 

Tex 

Calif -.-- 
Wash... 
Wash... 

Mich 

Minn 

Tex 

N. Y..-. 


6th--.. 

7th-..- 
9th...- 
9th--- 
7th--- 

ISt---- 

5th---- 

1st---- 

1st 

1st 

8th-..- 
4th-.- 
21st..- 
5th-.. 
16th--. 
3d 

1st---- 

4th---- 

2d 

16th--. 
5th--- 

2d 

10th-.. 

3d 

8th-.-. 
25th-.. 

2d 

20th--- 
7th.... 
1st.... 
5th-... 

14th... 

1st 

8th-.-- 
Uth-.. 


Edgar W. Long 


Manager, Loan Agency, Birmingham, Ala 

Manager, Loan Agency, Boston, Mass 

Manager, Loan Agency, Charlotte, N. C 

Manager, Loan Agency, Chicago, 111 


John J. Hagerty 


1 10 000 


John A. Campbell, Jr 

Peter I. Bukowski.. .. . 


■8,000 
I 7 000 


Jesse A. Eraser 


Manager, Loan Agency, Cleveland, Ohio 

Manager, Loan Agency, Dallas, Tex 


1 10, 000 
1 8 000 


Lochiel B. Glidden. 


Ross L. Hudson 


Manager, Loan Agency, Denver, Colo 

Manager, Loan Agency, Detroit, Mich 

Manager, Loan Agency, Helena, Mont 

Manager, Loan Agency, Houston, Tex 


I 8 000 


Arthur J. Fushman 


' 9, 250 


Leon E. Choquette . . 

Walter I. Phillips. 


1 6, 300 
I 8, 000 
' 7 500 


Fred H. Farwell . . 


Manager, Loan Agency, Jacksonville, Fla 

Manager, Loan Agency, Kansas City, Mo 

Manager, Loan Agency, Little Rock, Ark 

Manager, Loan Agency, Los Angeles, Calif 

Manager, Loan Agency, Louisville, Ky 

Manager, Loan Agency, Minneapolis, Minn-. 

Manager, Loan Agency, Nashville, Tenn 

Manager, Loan Agency, New Orleans, La 

Manager, Loan Agency, New York, N. Y 

Manager, Loan Agency, Oklahoma City, Okla- 

Manager, Loan Agency, Omaha, Nebr... 

Manager, Loan Agency, Philadelphia, Pa 

Manager, Loan Agency, Portland, Oreg 

Manager, Loan Agency, Richmond, Va 

Manager, Loan Agency, St. Louis, Mo 

Manager, Loan Agency, Salt Lake City, Utah- 
Manager, Loan Agency, San Antonio, Tex 

Manager, Loan Agency, San Francisco, Calif- - 

Manager, Loan Agency, Seattle, Wash 

Manager, Loan Agency, Spokane, Wash 

President and Director 


Albert L. Strong. 


19,000 
1 7 250 


John W. Jarrett 


Hector C. Haight.. 


1 9, 000 
1 7, 000 
1 8 250 


J. Fort Abell 


China R. Clarke. 


Joseph M. Gardenhire 

George W. Robertson 

Thomas J. Ahearn, Jr 

John C. Eagen . 


1 7, 000 
1 8, 250 
1 10, 000 
1 7 250 


Herbert S. Daniel 


1 8 000 


E. Raymond Scott 


1 9 000 


William Kennedy . 

William B. Cloe 

B. Glenn Gulledge.. .-.. 

Gerald L. Leaver 

Lucius C. Andrews. 

John S. McCullough, Jr 

Richard M. Price 


1 8, 000 
1 8, 000 
1 9, 000 
1 8, 000 
1 7, 500 
19,000 
1 7 250 


Orrin M. Green 

The RFC Mortgage 
Company 

Charles T. Fisher, Jr 


1 7, 000 
(«) 

(3) 


Mathew J. McGrath 


Vice President and Director 

----do 


William C. Costello 


Henry A. Mulligan 


Treasurer and Director 


(') 



I Compensation paid from the funds of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 

3 Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compensa- 
tion from The RFC Mortgage Company. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation serve as Agents of The RFC Mortgage Company and receive no additional compensa- 
tion therefor. 



258 

FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

Continued 



The RFC Mortgage 
Company— Continued 



James L. Dougherty,. 
Charles B. Henderson. 

Sam H. Husbands 

Howard J. Klossner 

Matthias W. Knarr 

Edward J. Singer 

Jerome T. Kelley 

Edgar A. Staiisfield 

Newell K. Ricks 

Nathaniel Royall 



Federal National Mortgage 
Association 



Sam H. Husbands 

James L. Dougherty. . 
Charles T. Fisher, Jr_. 
William C. Costello... 
Charles B. Henderson. 

Howard J. Klossner 

Henry A. Mulligan 

Stewart McDonald 

Matthias W. Knarr 

Edward J. Singer 

Jerome T. Kelley 

James W. Considine... 

Edgar A. Stansfleld 

Newell K. Ricks 

Nathaniel Royall 



Disaster Loan Corporation 



Charles B. Henderson. 
Charles T. Fisher, Jr... 

Matthias W. Knarr 

Edward J. Singer 

Henry A. Mulligan 

David B. Griffin 

Harvey J. Gunderson.. 
Arthur M. Blacklow... 
James L. Dougherty... 



Nathaniel Royall 

Metals Reserve Company 



John W. Snyder 

Charles B. Henderson. 
Charles T. Fisher, Jr... 

Sam H. Husbands 

Howard J. Klossner 

Henry A. Mulligan 

Harvey J. Gunderson., 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated; 



Director. 

do... 

do... 



do. 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Treasurer 

General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel. 
Chief Auditor 



President and Director 

Vice President, General Counsel and Director. 

Vice President and Director 

D irector 

...do 

do 

do 



do 

Secretary.. 

Assistant Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Assistant General Counsel. 

do 

Chief Auditor 



M anaglng Director 

do 

Secretary. _ 

Assistant Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

G en eral C ounsel 

Assistant General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Liti- 
gation. 
Chief Auditor 



C hairman 

President and Director 

Vice President and Director. 

Director — 

do 

do 

Executive Vice President 



Legal residence 



State 



D. C. 

Nev... 
S. C... 
Minn. 
N. J... 
Tex... 
Md... 
Colo.. 
Idaho. 
Tex... 



S. C .. 
D. C. 
Mich.. 
Tex... 
Nev... 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 



N.J... 
Tex... 
Md... 
D. C. 
Colo.. 
Idaho. 
Tex... 



Nev 

Mich... 
N. J.... 

Tex 

N. Y... 
Tenn... 
S. Dak. 
Mass... 
D. C... 



Tex. 



Mo 

Nev 

Mich... 
S. C... 
Minn.. 
N. Y... 
S. Dak. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



At L. 
6th... 
4th... 
3d.... 
20th.. 
4th_.. 
2d.... 
2d.... 
10th-. 



6th. 



14th.. 
8th .. 
AtL. 
4th... 
nth.. 



3d... 
20th. 
4th.. 



2d .. 
2d-.. 
10th. 



At L. 
14th.. 
3d.... 
20th.. 
11th.. 
9th... 
Ist... 
12th.. 



10th- 



12th.. 
At L. 
14th.. 
6th..- 
4th... 
11th.. 
1st... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



W 
(*) 
(«) 

m 
(0 
(«) 
(*) 

(«) 
(0 
(') 
(*) 
(«) 



(8) 

(«) 
(«) 
(«) 
(«) 
(«) 
(«) 

' $7, 000 
(«) 



(«) 



3 Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from The RFC Mortgage Company. The Mmagers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation serve as agents of The RFC Mortgage Company and receive no additional compen- 
sation therefor. 

* Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from Federal National Mortgage Association. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Recon- 
struction Finance Corporation serve as Agents of Federal National Mortgage Association and receive no 
additional compensation therefor. 

• Serves without compensation. 

« Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from Disaster Loan Corporation. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction Fi- 
nance Corporation serve as Agents of Disaster Loan Corporation and receive no additional compensation 
therefor. 

' Employee of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation whose compensation is paid by the Reconstruc- 
tion Finance Corporation and who receives no additional compensation from Disaster Loan Corporation. 

s Federal Loan Administrator; receives no additional compensation from Metals Reserve Company. 

' Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional com- 
pensation from Metals Reserve Company. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation serve as Agents of Metals Reserve Company where the need for their services arises 
and receive no additional compensation therefor. 



259 

FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

Continued 



Metals Reserve Company- 
Continued 



Simon D. Strauss 

DeWitt C. Schieck... 
Henry W. Cornell.... 
Walter J. O'Donnell. 

Ferris B. Thomas 

George H. Hubert 

James W. Considine. 
Hubert M. Johnson., 
George W. Graves. _. 

Morris Levinson 

Harold W. Sheehan.. 

Chester S. Shade 

Patrick M. Kildea... 
James L. Dougherty- 



Jerome F. Morse, Jr. 
Thomas J. Doherty.. 

William T Jarvis 

C. O. Bradshaw 

Nathaniel Royall 



Rubber Reserve Company 



John W. Snyder 

Howard J. Klossner 

Henry A. Mulligan 

Charles B. Henderson.. 

Sam H. Husbands 

Charles T. Fisher, Jr... 
Stanley T. Crossland... 

H. Clay Johnson 

John W. Livingston 

Richard Baybutt 

George H. Hubert 

Ferris B. Thomas 

William C. Beck, Jr.... 
Franklin J. Farrington. 

Allen E. Freeze 

John H. Rice 

James L. Dougherty... 



Nathaniel Royall 

Defense Plant Corporation 



John W. Snyder 

Sam H. Husbands 

Hans A. Klagsbrunn.. 
Charles T. Fisher, Jr.. 
Charles B. Henderson- 
Howard J. Klossner 

Henry A. Mulligan 

Frank T. Ronan 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Vice President. 
do 



.do- 



Assistant Vice President. 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

do - -. 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel, 
do- 



.do- 



Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Liti- 
gation. 

TraflSc Manager 

Assistant TraiBc Manager 

do 

do 

Chief Auditor 



Chairman 

President and Director , 

Vice President and Director. 

Director 

do 



.do. 



Executive Vice President 

Vice President and General Counsel 

Vice President 

do 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Treasurer.-- 

Assistant Treasurer 

do 

Assistant General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Litiga- 
tion. 
Chief Auditor 



Chairman 

President and Director 

Executive Vice President and Director. 

Director.. 

do - 

do 



....do 

Vice President- 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


N.Y... 


23d.... 


D. C. .. 




Va 


8th...- 


Ohio.... 


9th-... 


Md 


5th..-- 


Iowa. .- 


1st...- 


D. C... 




D. C .. 




Va 


8th-.- 


Minn..- 


3d 


Conn 


5th—- 


W. Va.. 


2d 


Wash... 


5th-... 


D. C 




111 


10th-. 


111 


nth-- 


Md 


6th..-- 


D. C 




Tex 


10th— 


Mo 


12th... 


Minn . 


4th.... 


N. Y...- 


nth... 


Nev 


AtL 


S. C 


6th.... 


Mich 


14th... 


111 


nth... 


Ind 


3d 


Mo 


nth... 


Mass.... 


13th... 


Iowa 


1st.... 


Md 


5th.... 


D. C. 




D. C... 




Ark 


5th.... 


N.J 


4th.... 


D. C... 




Tex 


10th... 


Mo 


12th... 


S. C 


6th.... 


D. C 




Mich.... 


14th... 


Nev 


At L... 


Minn... 


4th.... 


N. Y.... 


nth... 


Miim... 


1st 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$8, 000 
10 7, 500 
i« 7, 450 
10 5, 600 

(») 

(») 

(») 
10 6, 000 
10 5, 000 
10 9. 000 
10 6, 500 
10 8, 000 
10 6, 500 

(») 

10 7, 500 
10 6, 300 
10 5, 700 
10 7, 000 
(») 



CO 

(12) 
(12) 
(12) 
(12) 
(12) 
(12) 
(12) 

13 9, 250 
13 8, 000 

(12) 
(.2) 
(12) 

13 7, 000 
13 7, 500 
13 8, 000 

(12) 



(12) 



(") 

(15) 
(IS) 
(15) 
(15) 
(15) 
(15) 
(15) 



Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional com- 
pensation from Metals Reserve Compiny. The Managers of the Loan .-Agencies of the Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation serve as .'\ gents of Metals Reserve Company where the need for their services arises 
and receive no additional compensation therefor. 

10 Employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation whose compensation is paid by the Recon- 
struction Finance Corporation and who receive no additional compensation from Metals Reserve Company. 

11 Federal Loan Administrator; receives no additional compensation from Rubber Reserve Company. 

12 Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from Rubber Company. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction Finance Corpo- 
ration serve as .\gents of Rubber Reserve Company where the need for their services arises and receive no 
additional compensation therefor. 

13 Employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation whose compensation is paid by the Reconstruc- 
tion Finance Corporation and who receive no additional compensation from Rubber Reserve Company. 

n Federal Loan Administrator; receives no additional compensation from Defen.se Plant Corporation. 

IS Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from Defense Plant Corporation. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation serve as Agents of Defense Plant Corporation and receive no additional compensation therefor. 



654092—45- 



-18 



260 

FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

Continued 



OFFrciAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is "Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



I.egal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


D. C... 




La 


2d 


Idaho... 


2d..... 


S. Dak.. 


1st 


Md 


5th.... 


Mo 


5th.... 


Conn 


2d 


Mo 


1st 


Mass 


1st 


Iowa 


1st 


Md 


5th.... 


Utah.... 


2d 


Calif.... 


14th... 


Colo 


2d 


Va 


8th.... 


D. C... 




Tex 


10th... 


Va 


8th.... 


N.J 


4th.... 


N. H.„. 


1st 


D. C... 




N. Y.... 


15th... 


D. C. 




Pa 


7th..... 


Fla 


1st 


Ark 


6th.... 


Tenn.... 


3d 


N. C... 


11th... 


Qa 


5th.... 


Pa 


31st-.- 


Va 


ist 


N. Y.... 


2d 


N. C... 


4th.-.. 


D.C... 




Mo 


12th-_ 


N. Y._.. 


11th--- 


Minn.. 


1st 


Mich_... 


14th-.- 


Nev 


At L.- 


Minn... 


4th--.- 


S. C... 


6th--.- 


S. Dak._ 


1st-..- 


Pa 


22d---- 


Utah.... 


2d 


Mich 


14th... 


Iowa 


1st-... 


Md 


5th-.- 


Tex 


8th--- 


Iowa 


3d 


Va 


8th--.- 


Tex 


8th.--- 


Mont-.. 


2d 


D.C . 




Tex 


10th-.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Defense Plant Corporation- 
Continued 



Walter E. Joyce 

George F. Buskie 

Leo H. Nielson 

Martin S. Swensen 

Thomas S. Kelly, III... 

Harry L. Sullivan 

Howard F. Morin 

Fred C. Bassen 

Francis J. O'Hara, Jr. . . 
Schuyler W. Livingston. 

James O. Boss.- 

Alan B. Brown 

Nathan H. Glucck 

Edgar A. Stansfleld 

James L. Kelehan 

James L. Dougherty 



Nathaniel Royall 

Wayne W. Wiley 

Walter L. Drager 

Adolphus W. Qreely... 

Frank E. Lamphere 

Lester R. Waugh 

Lewis H. Strom 

Benjamin H. MacNeal. 

Henry Green... 

Roy E. Burton 

Herbert R. Rutland 

Hugh Powell Jenkins.. 
William A. ChadwcU.. 

William P. Watson 

Louis H. Bean 

James A. Garfield 

Thomas A. Wadden . . . 



Edward L. Traylor. 



Defense Supplies Corpora- 
tion 



John W. Snyder 

Henry A. Mulligan... 
Mathew J. McGrath-. 
Charles T. Fisher, Jr. . 
Charles B. Henderson- 
Howard J. Klossner... 

Sam H. Husbands 

Samuel H. Sabin 

George B. Stoner- 

Stuart K. Barnes 

Philip F.IIilbert 

George H. Hubert 

Ferris B. Thomas 

Willard E. Unzicker.. 

Henry N. Bassett 

Stanley B. Hanes 

John H. Carroll 

John C. Erickson 

James L. Dougherty.. 



Vice-President. 
do 



Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

do 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

do 

General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel. 
do- 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 



Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Litiga- 
tion. 

Chief Auditor 

Assistant Chief Auditor 

Chief Engineer 

Principal Assistant Chief Engineer 

Assistant Chief Engineer 

do.... 



.do- 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Chief, Plants Division 

Assistant Chief, Plants Division. 
do 



.do. 



Chief Housing Supervisor 

Chief, Surplus War Aircraft Division _.- 

.\ssistant Chief Surplus War Aircraft Divi- 
sion. 
do ... 



Chairman 

President and Director 

Vice President and Director. 

Director 

do 

do 

do- 



Nathaniel Royall. 



Executive Vice President.. 

Vice President and General Counsel 

Vice President 

do 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

do 

do 

Assistant General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Liti- 
gation. 
Chief Auditor 



'« $9, 000 

(15) 
(IS) 

16 4, 500 
■8 4, 000 

(15) 

16 6, 500 
16 6, 500 
" 9, 000 
16 8,500 
16 7, 200 
16 8, 000 
16 8, 250 

(15) 

16 6, 400 

(16) 
(15) 

16 8, 000 

(15) 

16 8, 000 
16 8, 250 
16 7, 050 
16 8, 000 
16 8, 000 
16 7, 000 
16 8, 250 
16 8, 000 
16 7, 300 
16 6, 400 
16 8, 000 
16 9, 500 
16 8,000 
16 7. 500 

19 6, 500 



(>') 

(IS) 
(18) 
(18) 
(18) 
(18) 
(18) 

i» 9, 250 
19 9. 000 
i« 9, 000 
19 7, 200 

(18) 
(18) 
(18) 

19 8, 000 
19 7, 000 
19 6, 250 
19 6, 800 

(18) 







n Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from Defense Plant Corporation. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation serve as Agents of Defense Plant Corporation and receive no additional compensation therefor. 

16 Employees of the Keconstructiou Finance Corporation whose compensation is paid by the Kecou- 
struction Finance Corporation and who receive no additional compensation from Defense Plant Corporation. 

" Federal Loan Administrator; receives no additional compensation from Defense Supplies Corporation. 

18 Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from Defense Supplies Corporation. The Managers of the Loan Agencies of the Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation serve as Agents of Defense Supplies Corporation where the need for their services 
arises and receive no additional compensation therefor. 

19 Employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation whose compensation is paid by the Reconstruc- 
tion Finance Corporation and who receive no additional compensation from Defense Supplies Corporation. 



261 



FEDERAL LOAN AGENCY 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


War Damage Corporation 


Chairman .. 


Mo 

Minn... 

Mich 

N. Y... 
D. C .. 


12th... 
4th ... 
14th... 

nth... 


(20) 




President and Director 


(21) 


Charles T. Fisher, Jr 


Vice President and Director 


(») 
(21) 


Henry A. Mulligan 


Treasurer and Director 

Director . . . .. 




W 




do . - 


Nev 

s. c 

N. Y.... 


AtL.. 
6th.... 


(») 




do 


(21) 






(') 


Stanley T. Crossland 


Vice President 


Ill 

Ind 

N.Y.-.. 
N.J..... 

Tex 

Tex 

Md 

Ky 

Nev 

D. C..._ 


11th... 

3d 

7th.... 
3d..... 

2nth... 

8th.... 
6th_... 
8th ... 
AtL.. 


(21) 


H. Clay Johnson 


do 


(21) 


J. Victor Herd 


do 


(») 


Matthias W. Knarr 


Secretary 


(21) 


Edward J. Sinser 


Assistant Secretary . .. 


(21) 


Willard E. Unzicker 


Assistant Treasurer .. _ 


(") 


Facius W. Davis 


do . . 


»$8,000 




General Counsel 


(21) 


Robert C. Goodale 


Assistant General Counsel 


22 7, 500 




Assistant General Counsel in Charge of Liti- 
gation. 
Chief Auditor. 


(21) 


Nathaniel Royall 


Tex 


10th _.. 


(21) 









FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 



Commissioners 



Basil Manly 

Leland Olds 

Claude L. Draper. 

John W. Scott 

Nelson Lee Smith. 



Trial Examiners' Division 

Frank A. Hampton 

Office of the Chief Engineer 

Roger B. McWhorter 

Office of the Secretary 

Leon M. Fuquay... 

Information Division 

John W. Jenkins.. 

Personnel Division 

Julian B. Turner... 

Budget and Fiscal Division 

Julian B. Turner 

Publications Division 

Raymond A. Seelig 

Bureau of Law 
Charles V. Shannon 



Chairman 

Vice Chairman- 
Commissioner.. 

do 

do 



Chief, Trial Examiner 



Chief Engineer. 



Secretary 



Chief, Information Division. 



Director of Personnel. 



Acting Budget and Fiscal Officer. 



Chief, Publications Division. 



General Counsel. 



D. C... 




N. Y.... 
Wyo...- 

Ind 

N. H.... 


25th... 
At L.. 

1st 

2d 


N. C... 


4th.... 


Ala 


8th.... 


N. C... 


6th.... 


N.Y... 


2d 


Va 


6th.... 


Va 


6th.... 


Wash... 


5th.... 


Ala 


1st.... 



$10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 



6,600 



9,000 



7,000 



5,000 



5,800 



1 5, 800 



4,600 



9,000 



1 Salary received as Director of Personnel. 

2" Federal Loan Administrator; receives no additional compensation from War Damage Corporation. 

" Officers and employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation who receive no additional compen- 
sation from War Damage Corporation. 

» Serves without compensation. 

" Employees of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation whose compensation is paid by the Recon- 
struction Finance Corporation and who receive no additional compensation from War Damage Corporation. 



262 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 

Continued 





OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Bureau of Accounts, Finance 
and Rates 

Charles W. Smith 


Chief, Bureau of Accounts, Finance and Rates. 
Chief, Accounts Division 


Md 

111 

N.J 

III 

Ind 


4th.... 
19th... 

3d 

llth... 


$9,000 


Walter E. Baker 


7,500 


Emmett Q. Craig 

Russell C. Rainwater 


Chief, Finance and Statistics Division... 

Chief, Original Cost Division ... 


7,500 
7,000 


Edgar S. Coflman 


Chief, Rates and Research Division 


7,250 


Bureau of Power 

E. Robert de Luceia . 


Chief, Bureau of Power. 


Va 

Mich 

Fla 

Calif.. _- 
Wash... 

Fla. 

Iowa 

Va 

Vt 

Calif.... 


8th.... 
24th... 
4th.... 
7th.... 
4th.... 

1st 

6th.... 
2d....- 
At L.. 
1st 


8.000 


Frank L. Weaver 


Chief, River Basin Division 


7,250 


Claudius E. Bennett. 


Chief, Electrical Division. 


6,750 


William R. Farley 


Chief, Licensed Projects Division 


6,500 


Eugene Logan. 


Chief, Projects Cost Division. 


6,750 


Regional Offices 

Marion F. Hetherington 

Benjamin H. Greene 


Acting Regional Engineer, Atlanta, Ga 

Acting Regional Engineer, Chicago, 111 

Acting Regional Engineer, Fort Worth, Tex. . 
Regional Engineer, New York, N. Y. 


4,800 
4,600 


Wilbur F. Fairlamb 

Day J. Wait.. 


4,600 
6,000 


John C. Beebe... 


Acting Regional Engineer, San Francisco, 
Calif. 


8,250 







FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 



Office of the Administrator 



Paul V. McNutt 

Watson B. Miller 

Leo L. Miller 

James C. Penman 

Mary E. Switzer 

Harry N. Rosenfield.. 

Henry C. Her. 

Zilpha C. Franklin.-.. 
Thomas J. Woofter.... 
Arthur B. McLean... 
Marion A. Stephens. . 
Taylor H. McCauley. 

Jack B. Tate 

Robert C. Ayers 

Patrick D. Cronin 

Gladys A. Harrison. . . 

Earle Simrell... 

A. Delafield Smith.... 
Alanson W. Willcox... 



Office of Community War 
Services 

Mark A. McCloskey 

Sherwood Gates 

Thomas Devine 

Dean Snyder 

Lewis R. Barrett 

Committees 

JohnB. Kelly. 

Harlan G. Metcalf 

Dr. Irvin Abell 

Food and Drug 
Administration 



Paul B. Dunbar 

Charles W. Crawford. . . 

George P. Larrick 

Frederick Munchmeyer. 

Lee M. Clarke 

Vivian R. Boardman 



Adm inistrator 

-Assistant Administrator 

Executive Assistant 

Administrative Consultant 

Assistant to the Administrator, 
do 



.do. 



D irector of Inform ation 

D irector of R esearch 

D irector of Personnel 

Budget Officer 

Director, Service Operations- 
General Coun.sel 

Assistant General Counsel. . . 

do 

do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Director 

Director of Recreation 

Director of Social Protection 

Director of Field Operations. . . 
Coordinator of Welfare Services 



Chairman, Committee on Physical Fitness.. 

Executive Director, Physical Fitness 

Chairman, Health and Medical Committee. 



Commissioner of Food and Drugs... 

Assistant Commissioner of Food and Drugs... 

Chief Food and Drug Inspector 

Assistant to Commissioner 

Chief Clerk 

Editor - 



Ind 




Md 

Ind 

Ind 

Mass 

N. Y-.. 

Ky 

N.Y-.. 
N. C... 

Ala 

La 

Md 

Tenn... 
Mont. . . 

Mass 

Minn 

D. C... 


5th.... 
llth... 
7th.... 
9th.... 
21st... 

2d 

I 9th... 
6th.... 

1st 

8th.... 
5th.... 
8th.... 
2d .... 
12th... 
5th.... 


Mass 

D. C... 


1st.... 


N. Y.... 

Ark 

Va 

Ohio.... 
D. C... 


15th... 
4th.... 
8th..-- 
4th-.. 


Pa 

Tenn.... 
Ky 

Md 

Okla.... 
Ohio...- 
W. Va- 
N. Y.... 
111. 


2d. — - 
6th.... 
3d 

4th.--- 
5th-.. 
7th-... 
4th.... 
39th... 
llth... 



' Serves without compensation. 



263 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



Food and Drng 

Administration— Continued 

Executive Supervision 

Louis D. Elliott- 

William A. Queen. _.. 

Technical Control 

Albert C. Hunter... 

Dan Dahle.. 

Robert P. Berwick 

Ward B.White 

Henry W^elch. 

Herbert O. Cal very 

Elmer M. Nelson 

Field Inspection Service 

Eastern District 



William R. M. Wharton. 

John J. McManus 

Allen T. Retzlaff, 

Cyril C. Sullivan 

Walter H. Heath 

McKay McKinnon, Jr... 
Robert C. Stanfill 



Central District 



James O. Clarke 

Malcolm R. Stephens. 
Kenneth L. Milstead.. 

Harry D. Garrett 

Chester T. Hubble.... 
Edwin C. Boudreaux. 
Roy S. Pruitt 



Western District 



John L. Harvey 

Wendell Vincent 

Robert S. Roe... 

Andrew J. Brown 

Kenneth E. Monfore. 



Social Security Board 
Office of the Board 



Arthur J. Altmeyer. 

George E. Bigse 

Ellen S. Woodward. 



Office of the Executive Director 



Oscar M. Powell 

William L. Mitchell- 
Justin Y. Wagy 



Sarah H. Napier 

Hunter P. Mulford. 

Fred S. Beers 

Roy L. Wvnkoop... 

Milton Hall 

Mary Ross.. 



Office of the Actuary 

William R. Williamson.. 
Dorrance C. Bronson 



OFFICUL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chemist, in Charge, Interstate Division 

Chemist, in Charge, Division of State Coopera- 
tion. 



Bacteriologist, in Charge, Bacteriological, Di- 
vision. 

Chemist, in Charge, Cosmetic Division 

Chief, Drug Division 

Chemist, in Charge, Food Division 

Microscopist, in Charge, Microanalytical Di- 
vision. 

Chief, Division of Pharmacology... 

Chief, Vitamin Division 



Chief of District, New York, N. Y. 

Chief of Station, Atlanta, Ga 

Chief of Station, Baltimore, Md 

Chief of Station, Boston, Mass 

Chief of Station, BulTalo, N. Y 

Chief of Station, New York, N. Y._ 
Chief of Station, Philadelphia, Pa.. 



Chief of District, Chicago, 111 

Chief of Station, Chicago, 111 

Chief of Station, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chief of Station, Kansas City, Mo. . 
Chief of Station, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Chief of Station, New Orleans, La 

Chief of Station, St. Louis, Mo 



Chief of District, San Francisco, Calif. 

Chief of Station, Denver, Colo 

Chief of Station, Los Angeles, Calif 

Chief of Station, San Francisco, Calif.. 
Chief of Station, Seattle, Wash 



Chairman- 
Member.. 
do 



Executive Director 

Assistant Executive Director 

Chief of Personnel and Business Management 

Services. 
Assistant Chief of Personnel and Business 

Management Services. 

Chief, Field Operations Division. 

Chief, State Technical Advisory Service.. 

Chief, Coordinating and Procedure Division.. 

Chief of Training 

Chief, Publications and Review Division 



Legal residence 



State 



Actuarial Consultant. 
Assistant Actuary 



N. Y... 

N. C... 



R.I. 



Ga 

Pa 

N. Y--. 
Conn-. 

Mich... 
Wis 



Md 

Ga 

N. Dak. 
Okla.... 

Mass 

N. C-... 
Tenn... 



Ga..- 

Ark... 

Mo—. 

Mtnu- 

Mo-- 

La.... 

Ark-.. 



La... 
Colo- 
Colo-. 
D. C. 
Kans- 



Va... 

Md.. 
Miss 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Tex. 
Ga.. 
111... 



Ky. 



D. C... 

Ga 

D. C--.. 

Va 

N. Y.... 



Conn. 

Md... 



37th. 
4th.. 



1st.. 

1st.. 
24th. 
28th. 
1st.. 

2d-.. 
2d... 



5th. 
5th- 
1st. 
1st- 
9th- 
7th- 
2d-. 



5th. 
3d.. 
1st. 
5th. 
2d.. 
7th- 
5th. 



1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



4th- 



8th. 
6th. 
4th. 



20th. 
5th-. 
15th. 

2d... 



10th... 



8th.. 
16th. 



1st.. 
6th.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$6,200 
5,800 



6,000 

5,600 
6,000 
6,400 
5,800 

6,750 
6,750 



6,400 
5,200 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
5,000 
4,600 



6,400 
5,200 
4,600 
5,400 
4, 600 
5,400 
5,000 



6,400 
5,400 
5,000 
4,800 
4,600 



10, 000 
10. 000 
10, 000 



9,500 
8,250 
5,800 

4,600 

5,800 
6,600 
5,800 
6,000 
6,200 



9,000 
7,000 



264 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Corn- 



Social Security Board— Con. 

Office 0} Appeals Council 



Joseph E. McElvain. 

Ernest R. Burton 

Harold A. O'ConnelL 
Henry W. SuUivan... 



Bureau of Accounts and 
Audits 

Leonard J. Wilbert.. 



Bureau of Employment 
Security 

Ewan Clague 

Arthur W. Motley 

William H. Wandel 

Cornelius R. P. Cochrane.. - 
William R. Curtis 

Informational Service 

Robert Huse 

Bureau of Old-Age and Survi- 
vors Insurance 

Oscar C. Pogge 

J. Reed Carpenter 

Roy E. Touchet 

Joseph L. Fay 

Merrill G. Murray.. — 

Nat H. Love 

Ewell T. Bartlett 

Hugh F. McKenna 

Bureau of Public Assistance 

Jane M. Hoey.. 

Kathryn D. Goodwin.. 

Anne E. Geddes 

J. Sheldon Turner 

Mary E. Austin 

Agnes Van Driel 

Bureau of Research and 
Statistics 

Isidore S. Falli 

Wilbur J. Cohen.... 

Regional Directors 

John F. Hardy 

Peter Kasius 

Lavinia Engle 

Mary Woods 

Henry L. McCarthy 

Richard H. Lyle 

Chester B. Lund - 

John E. Wrcnn 

James B. Marley 

Heher R. Harper 

Richard M. Neustadt 

Territorial Directors 

Hugh J. Wade 

Robert W. Beasley 



Chairman 

Member 

do - 

Consulting Referee. 



Director- 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Chief, Progi-am Division.. 

Chief, Fiscal Division 

Chief, Administrative Standards Division. 



Director- 



Director 

Assistant to the Director.. 

Chief, Planning and Review Office 

Assistant Director in Charge of Accounting 
Operations Division. 

Assistant Director in Charge of Analysis Di- 
vision. 

Assistant Director in Chargft of Claims Con- 
trol Division. 

Assistant Director in Charge of Claims Policy 
Division. 

Assistant Director in Charge of Field Division 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Chief, Statistics and Analysis Division.. 

Chief, Standards and Program Development 
Division. 

Chief, Field Section 

Chief, Technical Training Service 



Director 

Assistant Director... 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y.... 
Washington, D. C. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Atlanta, Oa 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kansas City, Mo... 
San Antonio, Tex... 

Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Juneau, Alaska 

Honolulu, T.H 



N. Y. 
Mass- 
Va... 
Ky... 



Wis. 



Pa. 

Pa. 
Va. 



N. Y.. 

N. C. 



N. H.... 



Iowa. 
Pa... 
Md.. 

Mass 

Md.. 
Ky... 
Ark.. 
N. Y 



N. Y. 
Wis.. 

Mass 
Md.. 

N. Y. 
111.... 



2d.. 
3d.. 

8th. 
8th. 



2d- 



4th.. 
28th. 
8th.. 
14th. 
4th.. 



1st-. 
26th. 
fith.. 
10th. 

6th.. 

1st.. 

5th.. 

24th. 



17th. 
2d... 
10th. 
6th.. 



16th. 
3d... 



Conn... 


2d 


Wis 


4th-.-. 


Mass 


12th.-. 


N. Y.... 


1st 


Md 


6th-... 


Ohio 


22d.-.. 


111 


10th-. 


Term 


8th...- 


Minn... 


4th. ... 


Kans 


lSt-.-_ 


Tex 


10th... 


Colo.... 


1st 


Calif..-. 


7th.-. 


Alaska. - 


1st.... 


Colo 


1st.... 



265 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



U. S. Public Health Service 

Office of the Surgeon 
General 

Thomas Parran 

Warren F. Draper 

Carl Michel — . 

William F. Ossenfort 

William T. Wright, Jr 

John K. Hoskins -. 

LucUe Petry 

George St. John Perrott 

Roy L. Harlow 

Ivan P. Asay_._ 

Milton V. Smith 

Thomas A. Foster 

Daniel Masterson... 

National Institute of 
Health 

Rolls E. Dyer.— ........ 

Roscoe R. Spencer 

Charles Armstrong. 

William H. Sebrell 

Ralph D. Lillie.. 

Milton V. Veldee 

Claude S. Hudson 

Wmiam H. Wright 

Paul A. Neal 

Bureau of Medical 
Services 



Ralph C. Williams. 
Justin K. Fuller 



HOSPITAL division 

Otis L. Anderson 



Officers in Charge of Marine 
Hospitals 



Joseph F. Van Ackeren. 

Walter C. Teufel 

Kenneth R. Nelson 

Guy H. Paget 

Ivan W. Steele 

Alvin R. Sweeney 

John H. Linson 

Frank M. Paget 

Donald W. Patrick 

Gerald M. Kunkel. 

Lionel E. Hooper.. 

Leo W. Tucker.. 

William L. Smith 

Anthony P. Rubino 

Egbert M. Townsend... 
Edwin H. Carnes 



0F1ICL4.L TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Surgeon General 

Deputy Surgeon General 

Assistant Surgeon General; Chief Medical 
Offlcer, U. S. Coast Guard. 

Medical Director, Division of Commissioned 
Officers. 

Assistant Surgeon General, In Charge Dental 
Division. 

Assistant Surgeon General, In Charge Sani- 
tary Engineering Division. 

Nurse Director (R), Division of Nurse Educa- 
tion. 

Chief, Division of Public Health Methods 

Budget and Fiscal Officer 

Executive Assistant 

Personnel Officer 

Pharmacist (R), Chief, Purchase and Supply 
Section. 

Chief Clerk and Administrative Offlcer 



Assistant Surgeon General in Charge.. 

Medical Director, Chief, National Cancer In- 
stitute. 

Medical Director, Chief, Division of Infectious 
Diseases. 

Medical Director, Chief, Division of Physi- 
ology. 

Medical Director, Chief, Pathology Labora- 
tory. 

Medical Director, Chief, Biologies Control 
Laboratory. 

Professor of Chemistry, Chief, Chemistry Lab- 
oratory. 

Sanitarian Director (R), Chief, Zoology Lab- 
oratory. 

Medical Director, Chief, Industrial Research 
Laboratory. 



Assistant Surgeon General in Charge 

Assistant Surgeon General, Chief Medical Of- 
flcer, War Shipping Administration. 



Medical Director, Chief. 



Medical Director, Baltimore, Md 

Medical Director, Boston, Mass 

Senior Surgeon, Buffalo, N. Y 

Medical Director, Carville, La 

Senior Surgeon, Chicago, III . 

Medical Director, Cleveland, Ohio 

Medical Director, Detroit, Mich 

Medical Director, Ellis Island, N. Y.. 

Surgeon, Evansville, Ind 

Senior Surgeon, Ft. Stanton, N. Mex. 

Medical Director, Galveston, Tex 

Senior Surgeon, Kirkwood, Mo.. 

Medical Director, Louisville, Ky 

Senior Surgeon, Memphis, Tenn 

Senior Surgeon, Mobile, Ala.. 

Medical Director, New Orleans, La... 



(») 
(») 
(») 

m 

(») 
(») 
(») 
(«) 
(») 

m 
(^) 
m 

* The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service are the same as those of officers of the 
Army with whom they hold relative rank; see appendix of Official Register for Army ray table and relative 
ranks. 



Legal residence 



State 



D. C. 

Calif.. 
Colo.. 
Tenn.. 



Pa. 



D. C. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



9th.. 
1st-. 
2d... 



20th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



(2) 

(2) 

(2) 
(.") 

$7, 000 
5,800 
6,500 
4,600 

4,100 



(2) 
(2) 

(') 

(2) 

7,500 

(2) 

(2) 



(2) 



266 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



U. S. Public Health 
Service — Continued 

Bureau of Medical 
Seevices— Continued 

HOSPITAL DIVISION— con. 

Officers in Charge of Marine 
Hospitals— Continued 



Walter O. Nelson. 

Ralph E. Porter 

Marion S. Lombard 

Frank F. Thweatt, Jr 

William Y. HoUingsworth. 

Samuel J. Hall 

Paul D. Mossman 

Thomas B. H. Anderson... 
Raymond S. Roy 



Freedmen's Hospital 
U ashington, D. C. 

James L. Hall 



Officer in Charge, Public 
Health Service Hospital 

Richard B. Holt 



MENTAL HYGIENE DIVISION 

Robert H. Felix 



Officers in Charge, Public 
Health Service Hospitals 



Grover A. Kempf. 
John D. Reichard. 



FOREIGN QUARANTINE DIVI- 
SION 



Gilbert L. Dunnahoo 

Bureau of States Services 



Lewis R. Thompson. 
Charles L. Williams. 



STATES RELATION DIVISION 

Joseph W. Mountain 

VENEREAL DISEASES DIVISION 

John R. Heller 



INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE DIVI- 
SION 

James G. Townsend 



DIVISION OF TUBERCULOSIS 
CONTROL 

Herman E. Hilleboe. 



Public Health Service 
Districts 



OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Medical Director, New York, N. Y 

Medical Director, Norfolk, Va 

Medical Director, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Senior Surgeon, Portland, Maine 

Medical Director, San Francisco, Calif 

Senior Surgeon, Savannah, Ga 

Medical Director, Seattle, Wash 

Medical Director, Staten Island, N. Y 

Senior Assistant Surgeon, Vineyard Haven, 
Mass. 



Superintendent - 



Medical Director, Sheepshead Bay, N. Y. 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



D. C. 



Medical Director, Chief. 



Medical Director, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Medical Director, Lexington, Ky... 



Medical Director, Chief. 



Assistant Surgeon General in Charge 

Assistant Surgeon General, Associate Chief- 



Medical Director, Chief. 



.do. 



.do. 



Medical Director, Chief. 



Medical Director, New York, N. Y. 
Medical Director, Richmond, Va... 
Medical Director, Chicago, 111. 



Erval R. Coffey 

Winfleld K. Sharp, Jr... 
Frank V. Meriwether... 

2 The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service are the same as those of officers of the 
Army with whom they hold relative rank; see appendix of Official Register for Army pay table and relative 
ranks. 



267 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



U. S. Public Health 

Service— Continued 

Public Health Service 
District— Continued 

Leroy E. Burney.. 

Walter T. Harrison 

Raymond A. Vonderlehr 

Calvin C. Applewhite 

FredT. Foard 

Knox E. Miller 

Robert H. Onstott.. _. 

Edgar W. Norris 

Office of Vocational 
Rehabilitation 

Office of the Director 

Michael J. Shortley 



Office of Assoclate 
Director 

John A. Kratz 

Irwin M. Ristine 

Homer L. Stanton 

Heber B. Cummings 

Frank R. StilwelL 

John H. Lasher 

R. Doyle Best 

Harold C. Corpening... 

Frank J. Clayton 

Staff Operating Services 

Margaret Paulick 

Division of Rehabilitation 
Standards 



Tracy Copp 

Services to the Blind 

Joseph F. Clunk 

Research and Statistics Section 

Maurice Odoroff 

Physical Restoration Section 
Jack Masur 



Advisement, Training, and 
Placement Section 

Donald H. Dabelstein 



Division of Administrative 
Standards 

Joseph Hunt __ 



Fiscal Standards and Control 
Section 

Mark W. English 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Medical 
Medical 
Medical 
Medical 
Medical 
Medical 
Medical 
Medical 



Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 



New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif. 

San Juan, P. R 

Kansas City, Mo 

Denver, Colo 

Dallas, Tex- 

Honolulu, T. H 

Juneau, A laska^ 



Director. 



Associate Director _ _ 

Regional Representative, Boston, Mass 

Regional Representative, Washington, D. C. 

Regional Representative, Atlanta, Ga 

Regional Representative, Chicago, 111 

Regional Representative, Minneapolis, Minn.. 
Regional Representative, Kansas City, Mo-_. 

Regional Representative, Denver, Colo 

Regional Representative, San Francisco, Calif 



Administrative Officer. 



Assistant Director- 



Chief. 



.do. 



Chief Medical Officer. 



Chief. 



.do. 



.do. 



Management Standards 
Section 

Phyllis W. Francis do Va _ 2d 5,400 

2 The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service are the same as those of officers of the 
Army with whom they hold relative rank; see appendix of Official Register for Army pay table and relative 
ranks. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa 


17th... 


Md 


5th-. _. 


Colo 


1st 


N. C-... 


4th 


Tenn._. 


9th--.. 


Penn 


15th... 


Wis 


4th- -- 


Tenn__. 


5th-... 


N. C... 


9th-... 


Idaho -. 


2d 


Wis 


6th.... 


Wis 


8th...- 



Ohio. 



N. Y-... 



Minn. 



Pa. 



Nebr. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



18th- 



4th.. 



17th-.. 



3d. 



6th. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



(') 
(0 

(2) 



$8,000 



6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
6,400 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



3,800 



6,500 



5,600 



4,600 



5,200 



5,600 



5,600 



4,600 



268 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



Office of Vocational 
Rehabilitation — Continued 



District of Columbia 
Rehabilitation Service 



David Amato 

Howard University 
Paul V. McNutt 



Mordecai W. Johnson^.. 

James M. Nabrit, Jr 

Virginius D. Johnston... 
Frederick D. Wilkinson. 



St. Elizabeths Hospital 

Office of the 

Superintendent 

Winfred Overholser, M. D... 

Medical Department 
(Vacancy).. 



Clinical Divisions, 
Nos. 1 and S 

Samuel A. Silk, M. D 

Evelyn B. Reichenbach, 
M. D. 

Psychotherapeutic Division 

Roscoe W. Hall, M. D 

Medical and Surgical Service 

Watson W. Eldridge, M. D.. 

Laboratories 

Solomon Katzenelbogen, 
M. D. 

School of Nursing 

Edith M. Haydon, R. N 



Administrative 
Department 



Monie Sanger 

David W. Bishop. 
Frank Ferris 



U. S. Office of Education 



John W. Studebaker. 
Cyril F. Klinefelter.. 

Rail I. Qrigsby 

Marie E. Schutt 

Bess Goodykoontz. _. 
Katherine M. Cook.. 
Edgar L. Morphet... 

Hazel F. Qabbard 

Henry F. Alves 

Maris M. Proffitt 



Alina M. Lindegren. 



OFFICLAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief. 



Administrator, Federal Security Agency, 
Patron ex officio. 

President 

Secretary.. 

Treasurer 

Registrar 



Superintendent. 



First Assistant Physician. 



Clinical Director. 
do 



Director of Clinical Psychiatry- 



Principal Medical Officer. 



Director of Laboratories. 



Superintendent of Nurses. 



Assistant to the Superintendent.. 
Principal Administrative Officer. 
Personnel Officer 



Commissioner of Education 

Assistant to the Commissioner 

Special Assistant to the Commissioner 

Administrative Officer 

Assistant Commissioner of Education 

Consultant 

do. 

do... 

Chief, Division of School Administration 

Chief, Division of General InstructionalS erv- 
ices. 

Acting Chief, Comparative Education Divi- 
sion. 



Legal residence 



State 



Ga 


5th.... 


Ind 




W. Va.. 

Tex 

Va 

D.C... 


2d 

8th.... 
4th.... 



Mass. 



D.C. 

N. Y.. 



D.C. 



Md. 



Va. 



D.C. 

Mass.. 
Wash. 



Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Iowa.. 
Va.... 
Iowa. . 
Colo. . 
Fla..-. 
N. Y. 
Tex... 
Md... 



Wis. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



9th.... 



28th... 



17th. 



2d. 



8th. 



1st. 
2d.. 



6th.- 
12th. 
6th.. 
8th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
3d.._ 
37th. 
10th. 
5th.. 

nth. 



Com- 



' Serves without compensation. 

8 Federal salary plus income from private sources. 



269 

FEDERAL SECURITY AGENCY 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



U. S. Office of Education- 
Continued 



John C. Patterson. 



(Vacancy) 

Ralph M. Dunbar. 
(Vacancy) _ 



Francis G. Cornell. 
Emery M. Foster. . 
John C. Wright 



Jerry R. Hawke. 
Ward P. Beard.. 



Clarence E. Rakestraw. 

William A. Ross 

William T. Spanton 



B. Frank Kyker. 
Edna P. Amidon. 
Harry A. Jager... 



(Vacancy) 

Layton S. Hawkins. 



Frederick J. Kelly. 
George W. Case... 



Floyde E. Brooker. 

(Vacancy) 

Olga A. Jones 



Federal Board for Vocational 
Education 

Frances Perkins 

Claude R. Wickard.... 

Henry A. Wallace 

John W. Studebaker 

Robert J.- Watt 

Paul H. Nystrom 

Clarence Poe... 

Columbia Institution for the 
Deaf 



Chief, American Republics Educational Rela- 
tions Division. 
Chief, Library 

Chief, Library Service 

Chief, Division of School and College Physical 
Education. 

Chief, Statistical Research Service 

Chief, Statistical Division 

Assistant Commissioner for Vocational Edu- 
cation. 

Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Voca- 
tional Education. 

Executive Assistant in Vocational Educa- 
tion. 

Consultant _. 

do 

Director, Food Production War Training, 
and Chief, Agricultural Education Service. 

Chief, Business Education Service 

Chief, Home Economics Education Service. .. 

Chief, Occupational Information and Guid- 
ance Service. 

Chief, Research and Statistical Service 

Director, War Production Training and Chief, 
Trade and Industrial Education Service. 

Chief, Higher Education Division 

Director, Engineering, Science and Manage- 
ment War Training. 

Director, Visual Aids for War Training 

Director, Radio and Information Service 

Editor-in-Chief 



Tex. 



9th.... 



Secretary of Labor, Member 

Secretary of Agriculture, Member 

Secretary of Commerce, Member 

Commissioner of Education (Federal Security 

Agency) Member. 
Member, Representative of Labor 

Member, Representative of Manufacturing 
and Commercial Interests. 

Member, Representative of Agricultural In- 
terests. 



Percival Hall. President 

Sam B. Craig Principal of Kendall School 

Lloyd H. Johnson Agent-Cashier and Business Manager. 



Iowa. 



6th. 



N. Y. 

N. Y- 
Mo... 



N.J. 

Va.. 



19th. 
19th. 
5th.. 

2d__. 



Tex.. 
Wyo. 
Mo.. 



N. C. 

Mo... 

N. Y. 



8th. _. 

16th.. 
At L_ 

8th... 

8th... 
8th. ._ 
1st... 



N. Y. 



Idaho. 
N. H.. 



Ohio. 
Ohio^ 



24th. 



16th- 
i2th'. 



N. Y.. 

Ind... 
Iowa.. 
Iowa.. 

D. C 

N. Y.. 



6th.... 



N. C. 



D. C. 
Ky... 
D. C. 



6th... 



$6, 500 



6,000 



6,500 
4,400 
7,500 

5,800 

4,800 

5,800 
5,600 
6,500 

5,800 
6, 000 
6,000 



8,250 



7,500 
8,250 



5,800 
'5,'666 



(<) 

m 
(«) 

(') 
(') 

(0 



5 7, 200 

' 3, 600 

3,420 



FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 



Ewin L. Davis _. 

Garland S. Ferguson. 

Charles H. March 

William A. Ayres 

R. E. Freer 

Otis B. Johnson 

Martin A. White 

Willis J. Ballinger 

William T. Kelley... 
Richard P. Whiteley. 
Walter B. Wooden... 
Joseph J. Smith, Jr.. 



Commissioner, Chairman 

Commissioner 

do 

do 

do 

Secretary 

Assistant to the Chairman 

Economic Adviser to Commission. 

Chief Counsel 

Assistant Chief Counsel 

do... 

do 



> Serves without compensation. 
< No additional compensation. 
» Includes subsistence and quarters. 
« Includes Quarters. 



Term.... 


4th.... 


N. C... 


5th.... 


Minn . 


7th.... 


Kans 


5th.... 


Ohio.... 


1st 


D. C. .. 




Conn . 


5th.... 


Md . . 


• 


Vt 


AtL.. 


D. C... 




Ind 


4th.... 


Miss 


5th.... 



$10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
7,500 
7,000 
7,000 
9,000 
7,500 
7,250 
6,750 



270 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 

Continued 



OFnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Allen C. Phelps 

James A. Horton 

Ishmael Burton 

Joseph E. Sheehy 

Donald B. Gatling 

Web WoodflU.. 

Franklin C. Baggarly. 

John W. Norwood 

Henry Miller 

PQad B. Morehouse.. 
William F. Davidson. 

William H. England.. 

Arthur E. Lundvall.. 

Roger E. Barnes 

Dr. James J. Durrett. 

Andrew N. Ross 

William L. Haigh 

Huber Frear... 

Edna B. Nye 



Harold B. Stamm... 

J. W. Karsner .. 

Richard S. Ely 

Madge E. Harkness. 
David T. Burgh 



Branch Offices 



Rolf H. Kielland.... 
William F. Dinnen. 



Clarence T. Sadler . 
Henry M. White... 
Herbert L. Propst.. 
Harry A. Babcock. 



Director, Export Trade Office. 

Chief Examiner. 

Assistant Chief Examiner 

do 

do 



Chief Trial Examiner 

Associate Chief Trial Examiner 

Assistant Chief Trial Examiner 

Director, Trade Practice Conferences Division. 

Director, Radio and Periodical Division 

Assistant Director, Radio and Periodical 

Division. 
Director, Division of Accounts, Statistics and 

Economic Investigations. 

Chief Accountant 

Chief Statistician 

Director, Medical Advisory Division 

Assistant Secretary 

do 

Chief, Budget and Finance Division 

Chief, Division of Personnel Supervision and 

Management. 
Chief, Publication and Procurement Division. 

Chief, Records Division 

Chief, Legal Research and Compiling Division, 

Librarian 

Chief, Mail and Files Section 



Attorney in Charge, 45 Boradway, New York. 
Attorney in Charge, 433 West Van Buren 

Street, Chicago. 
Attorney in Charge, 55 New Montgomery 

Street, San Francisco. 
Attorney in Charge, 801 Federal Building, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Attorney in Charge, 1107 Pere Marquette 

Building, New Orleans. 
Attorney in Charge, Washington Headquarters. 



Colo 


2d 


Ohio.... 


19th... 


W. Va.- 


5th.... 


Conn... 


5th.... 


Ark 


1st 


Ind 


4th__.. 


Va 


7th.. _ 


Mich. . 


2d 


Ky_ 


4th.... 


Md 


6th ... 


Md 


6th.... 


N. Y.... 


24th... 


Md 


4th.... 


Md 


2d 


Md 


5th._.. 


N. J.... 


1st.... 


D. C... 




Va 


8th.... 


Va. 


8th.... 


Pa. 


10th... 


Md 


4th_... 


Wis 


3d 


Md 


1st 



Maine. 



N. Y. 
Ind.. 



Nev 

Wash... 

Ala 

N. Y... 



2d. 



21st... 



AtL. 

1st... 
6th... 
43d... 



FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 



Office of the Administrator 

Immediate Office of the 
Administrator 

Maj. Gen. Philip B. Fleming 

Baird Snyder, III. 

Fred Charles 

Leona L. Kempainen 

Staff Officers 

Alan Johnstone 

Ernest E. Hall. 

Aubrey E. Taylor 

Public Buildings 
Administration 



Winchester E. Reynolds. 

Harry G. Hunter 

George Howe 



Charles A. Peters. 



Edward R. Witman. 
Robert 0. Jennings.. 



Administrator 

Assistant Administrator 

Assistant to the Administrator 
Administrative Officer 

General Counsel 

Executive Officer 

D irector of Information 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner, Design and Construc- 
tion. 

Deputy Commissioner, Buildings Manage- 
ment. 

Deputy Commissioner, Real Estate Manage- 
ment. 

Deputy Commissioner, Administration 



N. H.... 


1st 


Pa 


13th... 


Va 


8th.... 


Minn.... 


3d 


S. C..-._ 


3d 


Va 


7th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Fla 


2d 


N. C... 


6th.... 


D. C ... 




Va 


8th.... 


D. C 




Va 


6th.... 



' Includes pay and allowances authorized for a commissioned officer on the active list of the U. S. 
as Federal Works Administrator receives an amount equal to the difference between such pay and 
ances and salary prescribed by law for the office of Federal Works Administrator, 



Army; 
allow- 



271 



FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Public Roads Administration 

Thomas H. MacDonald 

Joseph S. Bright 

Lester E. Boykin... 

Charles D. Curtiss 

Herbert S. Fairbank... 

Harold E. Hilts 

Edwin W. James 

Lawrence S. Tuttle 

Division Headquarters 
FOR Highway Work 

Eastern Divisions 

Arthur G. Bruce 

Clayton E. Swain 

Burnett P. McWhorter 

James T. Voshell 

Samuel L. Taylor 

Clifford Shoemaker. 

John A. Elliott. .__ 

Harold J. Spelman_ 

Western Divisions 

Laurence I. Hewes 

Charles C. Morris 

William H. Lynch 

Byron W. Matteson 

Bureau of Community 
Facilities 

George H. Field 

Pere F. Seward 

Rufe B. Newman, Jr 

Mrs. Mary G. Moon 

Division Offices 

Laurence A. Gillett 

Henry J. Sullivan 

Oliver T. Ray 

R. C. Ashton 

C. W. Anderson 

James W. Bradner, Jr.. 

William H. Cheney 

L. R. Durkee 

Federal Real Estate Board 

Governing Body 

Ernst H. Wiecking 

Joel David Wolfsohn. _.. 

J. Edward Williams 

John J. Courtney 

John I. Snyder 

Frederick J. Lawton 

Walter S. Erwin 

Brig. Gen. John J. O'Brien.. 

Roy Blough 

Paul Page, Jr 

David L. Krooth 

2 No additional compensation. 



Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner, Construction and 

Maintenance. 
Solicitor... 

Deputy Commissioner, Finance and Business 
Management. 

Deputy Commissioner, Research... 

Deputy Commissioner, Design 

Chief, Inter-American Highway Region 

Assistant to the Commissioner 



Division Engineer, Albany, N. Y 

Division Engineer, Washington, D. C 

Division Engineer, Atlanta, Oa 

Division Engineer, Chicago, 111 

Acting Division Engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

Division Engineer, Kansas City, Mo 

Division Engineer, Fort Worth, Tex 

Division Engineer, Forest and Park Roads 
and Special Projects, Arlington, Va. 



Western Representative, San Franci.sco, Calif 

Division Engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

Division Engineer, Portland, Oreg 

Division Engineer, Denver, Colo.. 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner for Administration... 
Assistant Commissioner for War Public Works 
Assistant Commissioner for War Public 
Services. 



Division Engineer, New York, N. Y.. 
Division Engineer, Washington, D. C 

Division Engineer, Atlanta, Ga 

Division Engineer, Chicago, 111. 

Division Engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

Division Engineer, Fort Worth, Tex., 

Division Engineer, Berkeley, Calif 

Division Engineer, Seattle, "Wash 



Coordinator, Land Use, Office of the Secre- 
tary of Agriculture. 

Assistant Commissioner, General Land Office, 
Department of the Interior. 

First Assistant, Lands Division, Department 
of Justice. 

Head, Real Estate Section, Bureau of Yards 
and Docks, Navy Department. 

Director, Land Acquisition, Tennessee Valley 
Authority. 

Administrative Assistant to Director of the 
Budget, Bureau of the Budget. 

Chief, Division of Purchases and Sales, De- 
partment of Commerce. 

Director of Real Estate, Office of Chief of 
Engineers, War Department. 

Director of Tax Research and Assistant to the 
Secretary, Treasury Department. 

Solicitor, V. S. Maritime Commission. 

General Counsel, Federal Public Housing 
Authority, National Housing Agency. 



Iowa. 
Calif. 

S. C. 
Iowa. 

Md.. 
Pa... 

N. Y. 
Calif. 



N. Y... 
Ala.... 

Ga 

Ind. 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 
Oreg... 
W. Va. 



Wash. 
Calif.. 
Ohio.. 
Calif.. 



HL... 

Md.. 
Tenn 
111.... 

ni-... 

Mass. 
Ga... 
111.... 
Minn 
Tex.. 
Calif. 
Wash 



Minn. 

ni 

m 



7th.- 
llth. 



6th. 
7th. 



3d... 
8th.. 
24th. 
8th.. 



Tenn. 

D. C. 

Miss.. 

D. C. 

Ohio.. 

Tex... 
IlL.... 



32d. 
2d-. 
5th. 
2d.. 
36th 
12th 
3d.. 
6th. 



2d— 

4th.. 
7th _. 
10th- 



10th- 
6th- 
2d... 
10th- 



6th.. 
12th- 
5th-. 
6th.. 
7th-. 
12th- 
7th-. 
1st.. 



4th. 
6th. 
9th- 



3d. 



3d. 



1st.... 



8th. 
2d.. 



$10,000 
8,000 

8,000 
8,000 

8,000 
8,000 
7,500 
6,500 



7,250 
7,250 
6,500 
7,250 
6,500 
7,000 
7,250 
7,250 



8,000 
6,500 
7,000 
7,000 



9,000 
8,000 
8,250 
6,500 



8,250 
8,000 
8,250 
8,000 
8,000 
8,250 
8,000 
8,000 



(') 

(») 

(') 

(') 

(') 

(») 

(') 

(') 

(') 

(») 
(') 



272 

FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Federal Real Estate Board — 

Continued 

Officers 
Raymond G. Church... 

Federal Fire Council 

Governing Body 

Winchester E. Reynolds 

Lt. Gen. Edmund B. 


Acting Chairman; Chief, Surplus Property 
Section, Public Buildings Administration, 
Federal Works Agency. 

Commissioner of Public Buildings, Federal 

Works Agency. 
Quartermaster General, U. S. Army 


Tenn.... 
Fla 


10th... 
2d 


(2) 

(=) 


Gregory. 


Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, Post 
Office Department. 

Chief, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy 
Department. 

Director, National Park Service, Depart- 
ment of the Interior. 

Director, National Bureau of Standards, 
Commerce Department. 

Archivist of the United States, The National 
Archives. 

Chairman; Commissioner of Public Build- 
ings, Federal Works Agency. 

Vice Chairman; Associate Director, National 
Park Service, Department of the Interior. 

Secretary; Engineer Assistant, Public Build- 
ings Administration, Federal Works 
Agency. 


Ind 


12th... 


(2) 




(-) 


Newton B. Drury 


Calif.-.. 
Mich.... 
Pa 

Fla 

Minn.. 
Ga 


7th...- 
4th.... 
32d..-. 

2d 

3d 

4th.... 


(2) 


Lyman J. Briggs 


(2) 


Solon J. Buck. 


(.-) 


Officers 
Winchester E. Reynolds 


(2) 
(2) 


Walton C. Clark. 


f2) 







2 No additional compensation. 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 



John L. Rogers 

Clyde B. Aitchison 

Claude R. Porter 

William E. Lee 

Charles D. MahalRe 

Carroll Miller.. _._ 

Walter M. W. Splawn. 

J. Haden AUdredge 

William J. Patterson. _. 

J . M onroe Johnson i 

George M. Barnard 

William P. Bartel 

George W. Laird 

James L. Murphy 

Guy L. Seaman 

Albert H. Laird, Jr 

Mildred R. Senior 

Clyffe D. Crandall 

Oliver E. Sweet 

Ulysses Butler 

Arja Morgan 

Edgar M. Ebert 

Daniel W. Knowlton... 

John M.Hall 

Wendell Y. Blanning.. 
John B. Switzer 



Shirley N.Mills.. 
Virgil C. Clinger-. 
W. H. S. Stevens. 



William V. Hardie. 
Robert A. Lacey... 



Chairman 

Commissioner. 

-do. 

-do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do _--. 

Secretary.. 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Chief, Section of Audits and Accounts 

Purchasing Agent.. 

Librarian 

Director, Bureau of Accounts 

Director. Bureau of Finance. 

Chief Examiner, Bureau of Formal Cases 

Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases 

Director, Bureau of Inquiry 

Chief Counsel, Bureau of Law 

Director, Bureau of Locomotive Inspection... 

Director, Bureau of Motor Carriers 

Director, Bureau of Personnel Supervision and 

Management. 

Director, Bureau of Safety 

Director, Bureau of Service 

Director, Bureau of Transport Economics and 

Statistics. 

Director, Bureau of Traffic 

Director, Bureau of Valuation 



Tenn.... 


2d 


Oreg 


3d 


Iowa 


6th.... 


Idaho.. - 


2d 


D. C... 




Pa 


33d..- 


Tex 


13th... 


Ala 


7th 


N. Dak. 


At L.. 


S. C...- 


6th...- 


Ind 


10th... 


Wis 


3d 


N.J....- 


3d 


La 


3d 


Mo 


12th... 


N.J..-._ 


3d 


Kans 


1st 


Wash... 


2d 


S. Dak.. 


2d 


Pa 


31st... 


Pa 


11th... 


D. C... 




Conn. . 


4th.... 


D. C . 




Pa 


19th... 


D. C 




Minn.. 


6th.-.. 


Tex 


14th... 


Maine. - 


2d 


Okla.... 


5th.... 


Ala 


1st 



' Also serving as Director, Office of Defense Transportation. 



273 
U. S. MARITIME COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of the Commissioners 










Vice Admiral Emory S. Land 


Chairman . 


Colo.... 
Ohio 

Pa 

Calif.... 

N. Y.... 
Md 


4th_... 

21st... 

2d 

8th... _ 

23d-._. 
6th.... 


$12, 000 


U. S. N. (retired). 
Vice Admiral Howard L. 


Vice Chairman 


(0 


Vickery, U. S. N. 
Thomas M. Woodward 


Commissioner . . . 


10, 000 


Captain Edward Macauley, 
Jr., U.S.N, (retired). 


.... do.- 


10, 000 
10, 000 


....do 


S. Duvall Schell 


E.xecutive Director 


9,000 


Division of Investigation 










Thomas E. Stakem, Jr 


Director 


Md 


6th_... 


5,600 


Office of the Secretary 








Secretary 


D. C... 




7,000 


Budget Office 










William U. Kirsch . 


Budget Officer 


D. C... 




8,000 


Legal Division 








Wade H. Skinner 


General Counsel 


W. Va.. 


2d 


9,000 


Division of Finance 










R. Earle Anderson _ 


Director 


N.J 


6th.... 


9,000 


Division of Regulation 






Ralph H. Hallett.. 


do 


Mass. . 


12th. ._ 


7,500 


Technical Division 










James L. Bates 


do 


N. Y.... 


41st... 


9,000 


Division of Operations and 
Traffic 










Gerald H. Helmbold 


... do - . 


D. C .. 




8,750 


Division of Maintenance and 
Repair 










Daniel S. Brierley. ._ 


do... • . ... 


D. C... 




9,000 


Division of Ship.ard Labor 
Relations 










Daniel S. Ring.. 


do... 


N. Y.._. 


3d...._ 


8,000 


Division of Economics and 
Statistics 






Hugh D. Butler . . 


do 


D. C 




8,000 


Division of Insurance 










Bryan K. Ogden 


do 


N. Y...- 


32d.... 


7,250 


Division of Public Relations 










Robert W. Horton 


do . 


Vt 


1st 


8,000 


Division of Personnel Man- 
agement 






John H. Ashman 


Acting Director 


Wash... 


3d 


(2) 


Production Division 










James T. Gallagher.. 


Director 


Mass 


3d 


7,500 



' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

* Receives salary as Chief of Classification-Organization Section, War Shipping Administration. 



274 

U. S. MARITIME COMMISSION 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Procnrement DiTision 

C . Irving Hansen 

Price Adjustment Board 

Commissioner Thomas M. 
Woodward. 

Examining Division 

John J. Miller 



Division of Large Vessel 
Disposal 

Commodore Edmond J. Mo- 
ran, U. S. N. R. 

Contract Settlement and 
Surplus Materials Division 



Burton L. Hunter.. 

North Atlantic District 

Capt. Granville Conway 

Middle Atlantic District 

J. Joseph Brune 

Hampton Roads Area 

George F. Blair 

South Atlantic Area 

Julius A. Bouslog 

Gulf District 

John J. Fitzpatrick 

Pacific Coast District 

Lieutenant Commander W. 
C. Peet, Jr., U. S. N. R. 

East Coast Regional Con- 
struction Office 



Chris H. Lundegaard 

Gulf-Great Lakes Regional 
Construction Office 

Leigh R. Sanford , 



West Coast Regional Con- 
struction Office 



Carl W. Flesher 

European Office 
William A. Spencer 



Director.. 



Chairman. 



Chief Examiner. 



Director. 



-do. 



District Manager «. 



Acting District Manager '. 



District Manager '. 



Acting District Manager '. 



District Manager 



Acting District Manager ■'. 



Acting Regional Director i». 



Regional Director ». 



Regional Director '♦. 



European Representative ". 



Wis. 



Pa. 



Md. 



Conn. 



D. C. 



N. Y. 



Md. 



Ind. 



La. 



N.J. 



111. 



Ind. 



Kans.. 



2d. 



6th. 



4th_.- 



llth_ 



2d. 



2d...- 



10th.. 



10th.. 



6th... 



6th. 



1st 



1 See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

3 Receives salary as Commissioner, U. S. Maritime Commission. 

* Receives salary as Deputy Administrator for Vessel Utilization, War Shipping Administration. 

' Receives salary as Port Operating Manager, Baltimore, Md., War Shipping Administration. 

6 OlBcial station, New Yorls, N. Y. " Official station, San Francisco, Calif. 

' Official station, Baltimore, Md. '= Official station, Philadelphia, Pa. 

8 Official station, Norfolk, Va. " Official station, New Orleans, La. 

» Official station. Savannah, Ga. '< Official station, Oakland, Calif. 

>« Oflacial station. New Orleans, La. n Official station, London, England 



275 
NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was established by act of Congress approved March 
3, 1915 (U. S. C, title 50, sec. 151), and the membership increased from 12 to 15 by act approved March 2, 
1929 (U. S. C, Suppl. V, title 50, sec. 151 (a)). Its membership is appointed by the President and consists 
of two representatives each of the War and Navy Departments from the ofTices in charge of military and 
naval aeronautics, two representatives of the Civil Aeronautics Authority (Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938), 
one representative each of the Smithsonian Institution, the United States Weather Bureau, and the National 
Bureau of Standards, together with six additional persons who are "acquainted with the needs of aero- 
nautical science, either civil or military, or skilled in aeronautical engineering or its allied sciences." All 
the members, as slich, serve without compensation. The law provides that the Committee shall "super- 
vise and direct the scientific study of the problems of flight, with a view to their practical solution * * *," 
and also "direct and conduct research and experiment in aeronautics." Under the rules and regulations 
formulated by the Committee and approved by the President, there are technical subcommittees organized 
along lines similar to the main Committee and including specially appointed representatives of the War 
and Navy air organizations and the Civil Aeronautics Authority, with all members serving as such without 
compensation. The major technical subcommittees are those dealing with aerodynamics, power plants 
for aircraft, aircraft construction and operating problems. The aeronautical research needs of the War 
and Navy Departments and the Civil Aeronautics Authority are referred to and coordinated by the Com- 
mittee, and programs of fundamental research as agreed upon to meet the needs of all governmental agencies 
are executed under the centralized and direct control of the Committee at its research stations known as the 
Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, at Langley Field, Va., the Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, 
at Moffett Field, Calif., and the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, at Cleveland, Ohio. The Com- 
mittee also operates at its Washington headquarters the Office of Aeronautical Intelligence, for the collec- 
tion, classification, and dissemination of scientific and technical data on aeronautics comprising the results 
of Committee researches and similar information obtained from all parts of the world. The Committee 
also passes upon the merits of aeronautical inventions and designs submitted to any branch of the Qovem- 
ment. 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Jerome C. Hunsaker, So. D. 

Lyman J. Briggs 

General Henry H. Arnold, 
U. S. Army. 

William A. M. Burden 

Vannevar Bush, Sc. D 

William F. Durand, Ph. D. 
Maj. Gen. Oliver P. Echols, 
U. S. Army. 

Vice Admiral Aubrey W. 

Fitch, U. S. Navy. 
William Littlewood, M. E.. 

Francis W. Reichelderfer, Sc. 

D. 
Rear Admiral Lawrence B. 

Richardson, U. S. Navy. 
Edward Warner, Sc. D 

Alexander Wetmore, Ph. D. 

Orville Wright, Sc. D 

Theodore P. Wright, Sc. D.. 

Washington Office 

Executive 

George W. Lewis, Sc. D 

Edward H. Chamberlin 

Charles H. Helms 

Russell G. Robinson 

OFFICE OF AERONAUTICAL 
INTELLIGENCE 



Chairman; Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology. 

Vice Chairman; Director, National Bureau of 
Standards. 

Member; Commanding General, Army Air 
Forces. 

Member; Assistant Secretary of Commerce 

Member; Director, OflBce of Scientiflc Re- 
search and Development. 

Member; Stanford University 

Member; Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Ma- 
teriel and Service Headquarters, Army Air 
Forces. 

Member; Deputy Chief of Naval Operations 
(Air). 

Member; Vice President-Engineering, Ameri- 
can Airlines, Inc. 

Member; Chief, United States Weather 
Bureau. 

Member; Assistant Chief of the Bureau of 
Aeronautics. 

Member; Vice Chairman, Civil Aeronautics 
Board. 

Member; Secretary, Smithsonian Institution.. 

Member 

Member; Administrator of Civil Aeronautics.. 



Director of Aeronautical Research. 

Assistant Secretary and Executive Officer 
Chief of MUitary Research 

C hief of Research Coordination 



Margaret M. Muller Chief. 

DRAFTING DIVISION 

Edgar N. Hammerley do. 

FINANCE DIVISION 

Ruth Scott do. 

> Serves without compensation. 
654092 — 45 19 



Mass. 
Mich. 



4th.... 



N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 



Calif. 



18th. 
2d... 



8th... 



Ind_. 
Mass. 
D. C. 



4th. 



Kans 

Ohio--.. 



Md-.. 
Va--.. 
D. C 
Calif-. 



D. C. 



6th.. 
8th.. 



14th. 



Md. 



6th.... 



D. C. 



(') 

(') 

(0 

(•) 
(0 

(0 



$10, 000 
6,400 
6,750 
6,750 



3,800 



3,200 



3,800 



276 



NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Washington OfHce— Con. 










Executive— Continued 










CORBESPONDENCE DIVISION 










Catherine Wheeler 


Chief 


Pa 


11th 


$3, 500 


PERSONNEL DIVISION 








Rosa D. Smith 


do 


D. C 




3,400 


PURCHASE DIVISION 








Virginia M. Kerlin 


do 


Md 


6th.... 


3,400 


DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS 










AND SUPPLIES 










Frank J. Clarlie 


do 


Md 


6th 


2,800 


Field Force 








John F. Victory. 


Secretary and Field Coordinator 


D. C-... 




8,500 


Langley Memorial Aero- 
nautical Laboratory, 
Langley Field, Virginia 










Henry J. E. Reid 


Engineer-in-Charge 


Va 


1st 


8,250 


administrative department 








Elton W. Miller 


Chief 


Va 

Va . - 


1st.... 


7,000 


W. Kemble Johnson 


Administrative Officer . ... 


4,600 


Personnel Division 








T. Melvin Butler 


Chief... 


Va 


2d 


3,800 


Fiscal Division 




H. Arthur Samet 


do 






3,500 


Procurement Division 










Sherwood L. Butler 


do 


Va 


2d 


3,800 


Office Services Division 




George C. Tjimpkin 


do 


Va 


1st 


2,900 


Training Division 










Charles A. Hulcher. 


do 


Va 


1st 


3,500 


RESEARCH DEPARTMENT 




John W. Crowley, Jr 


do.. 


Mass 


14th... 


8,000 


Aircraft Loads Division 






Richard V. Rhode 


do.. 


Wis 


1st 


6,500 


Compressibility Research 
Division 






John Stack 


do.... 


Mass 




6,500 


Flight Research Division 








Melvin N. Qough .. 


do 


Md 




8,000 


Full-Scale Research Division 








Clinton H. Dearborn 


do... 


N. Y.... 




5,800 



£,( 



NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Field Force— Continued 










Langley Memorial Aero- 
nautical Laboratory, 
Langley Field, Virginia— 
Continued 










research department— 
continued 










Hydrodynamics Division 










Starr Truscott 


Chief 


Ohio.... 


13th... 


$7, 250 


Physical Research Division 










Theodore Theodorsen 


do 


Va 


1st 


7,250 


Stability Research Division 






Hartley A. Soul§ 


do ... 


N. Y... 




6,500 


Structures Research Division 










Eugene E. Lundquist 


do 


Nebr .. 




6,500 


technical service depart- 
ment 










Ernest Johnson 


do 


Va 


1st.... 


6,500 


Instrument Research Division 






Edmond C.Buckley . . 


do 


Conn 




5,600 


Engineering Service Division 










John C. Messick 


do .- 


Va 




5,600 


Mechanical Service Division 










Percy J. Grain, Jr 


do 


Ala 




5,600 


Maintenance Division 










Walter H. Reiser 


do. 


Va 


1st.... 


4,800 


Ames Aeronautical Lab- 
oratory, MOFFETT 
Field, California. 






Smith J. DeFrance.. 


Engineer-in-Charge 


Va 


1st 


8,000 


administrative division 










Arthur B. Freeman.. . 


Administrative Officer 


Calif.... 


8th_... 


4,800 


FULL scale and FLIGHT RE- 
SEARCH division 




John F. Parsons 


Chief 


Calif.... 


8th... 


6,750 


THEORETICAL AND APPLIED 
RESEARCH DIVISION 






Donald H. Wood 


do . . 


Va 


1st.-.. 


6,750 


SHOP DIVISION 






Edward W. Betts 


do 


Va 


lst..._ 


5,800 


SERVICE DIVISION 






James A. White 


do 


Wash... 




5,80 



278 



NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Field Force— Continued 

Aircraft Engine Research 
Laboratory, Cleveland, 
Ohio 



Edward R. Sharp 

Service Branch 

Charles A. Herrmann.. 

Administrative Division 

Eugene C. Braig, Jr 

Fabrication Division 

Dan White -... 

Instrument Division 

Robert E. Tozier. 

Mechanical Services Division 
Wm. E. Dewey 



Manager- 



Service Branch Engineer- 



Administrative OfEcer- 



Chief- 



-do- 



.do- 



Buildings and Grounds 
Division 



Franklin J. Hobson 

Design Division 

Beverly Q. Gulick 

Auditing Division 

Carl H. Dawson 

Research Branch 

Carlton Kemper 

Engine Installation Division 

Abe Silverstein-- 

Icing Research Division 

Willson H. Himter 

Engine Research Division 
John H. Collins, Jr- 



-do. 



-do- 



-do. 



Executive Engineer- 



Chief- 



-do. 



-do- 



Engine Components Research 
Division 



Charles S. Moore. 



-do- 



Supercharger and Airflow 
Research Division 

Oscar W. Schey 

Fuels and Lubricants 
Research Division 

Addison M. Rothrock-- 



Thermodynamics Research 
Division 

Benjamin Pinkel 

Flight Research Division 
Joseph R. Vensel - 



.do. 



-do. 



-do. 
.do. 



Va- 



Ohio 



Va. 



1st. 



2d. 



HI. 



Oreg. 



Va. 



Ohio. 



Va- 



ist.. 



Ohio 



22d... 



8th- 



21st.-. 



Va 


ISt...- 


Va 


1st 


Ohio.... 




Va 


1st-.-- 


Mass 


2d 


Va 


1st-.-. 


Va 


1st 


Va - 


1st.... 


Pa 


26th... 



279 
THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of the Archivist 

(and attached operating 
units) 

Solon J. Buck... 

Dallas D. Irvine 

Stuart Portner 

Herbert R. Rifkind 

Oliver W. Holmes 

Thad Page 

Elizabeth E . Hamer 

Division of Records and 
Communications 



Virginia M. Wolfe 

National Archives Library 
Matilda F. Hanson 



Division of Finance and 
Accounts 



Lottie N. Sanders. 



Office of the Director of 
Operations 



Dan Lacy 

Marcus W. Price.. 
Philip M. Hamer. 
PhDip C. Brooks.. 



Records Divisions and Offices 

Theodore R. Schellenberg 

Arthur H. Leavitt 

Herman Kahn 

Gerald J. Davis 

Paul Lewinson 



Thad Page 

W. L. Q. Joerg... 
John G. Bradley. 



Josephine Cobb... 

Arthur H. Leavitt 

Roscoe R. Hill 

Westel R. WOloughby. 



W.Neil Franklin 

Edward O. Campbell. 
Jesse E. Boell 



Other Divisions and Sections 



W. Neil Franklin 

Ruth A. Henderson... 

Frank P. Wilson 

Adelaide E. Minogue. 

Harry M. Forker 

William Thompson... 



Archivist of the United States 

Management Officer 

Budget Officer 

Assistant Budget Officer 

Program Adviser 

Administrative Secretary _ 

Assistant Administrative Secretary 



Chief. 



Librarian - 



Chief. 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Records Control Officer. .. 
Records Appraisal Officer. 



Chief, Division of Agriculture Department 
Archives. 

Chief, Division of Commerce Department 
Archives. 

Chief, Division of Interior Department 
Archives. 

Chief, Division of Justice Department 
Archives. 

Chief, Division of Labor Department Ar- 
chives. 

Chief, Division of Legislative Archives 

Chief, Division of Maps and Charts 

Chief, Division of Motion Pictures and 
Sound Recordings. 

Acting Chief, Division of Photographic Ar- 
chives and Research. 

Acting Chief, Division of Post Office Depart- 
ment Archives. 

Chief, Division of State Department Ar- 
chives. 

Chief, Division of Treasury Department 
Archives. 

Acting Chit^f, Division of Veterans' Records. . 

Director, War Records Office 

Assistant Director, War Records Office 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Head, 



General Reference Division 

Division of Personnel Management... 

Property D i vision 

Cleaning and Rehabilitation Section. 
Division of Printing and Processing.. 
Labor and Traffic Section 



Pa 

D. C... 

Mich... 

Ill 

Minn.. 
N. C_-. 
Tenn... 



Mont... 



Iowa 



N. C... 



N. C... 

Fla 

Tenn.... 
Ill 

Va 

Conn 

Minn... 
Calif-.-. 
Ohio 

N. C... 

N. Y.-.. 
lU 



Maine. _ 

Conn 

N.J 

Md 



32d- 



17th. 
10th. 
1st.. 
8th-. 
2d... 



10th ... 



4th.- 
5th-. 
2d.-. 
10th- 



8th-. 

4th.- 

4th.. 

8th- 

12th. 

8th.. 
25th. 
25th. 

1st.. 

4th-- 

9th.. 

6th.. 



Tenn...- 


2d 


N. Y...- 


2d 


Wis 


2d 


Tenn..-- 


2d 


Mass 


7th.--- 


Va 


8th-... 


Pa 


16th... 


N.J 


4th.... 


D.C.... 





$10, 000 
5,600 
5,600 
3,800 
5,800 
6,400 
3,800 



3,400 



3,200 



3,300 



6,500 
6,000 
5,800 
5,600 



5,000 

5,000 

4,800 

4,600 

5,000 

(1) 

5, 000 
5,200 

3,800 

5,200 

5,000 

(3) 

5,000 

4,600 



4,600 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,000 
1,980 



1 Salary received as Administrative Secretary. 

2 Salary received as Chief, Division of Commerce Department Archives. 
2 Salary received as Chief, General Reference Division. 



280 

THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES 

Continued 





OFnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Division of the Federal 
Register 

Bernard R. Kennedy 


Director 


Conn 

Fla 

Mass 

Ohio 


3d 

4th..-. 

4th..-. 
17th... 


$6, 500 


David C. Eberhart, Jr 


Chief Editor 


4,600 


Franiilin D. Roosevelt 
Library 

Fred W. Shipman 


Director, Washington, D. C. (temporary sta- 
tion). 
Acting Director, Hyde Park, N. Y 


6,500 


Edgar B. Nixon.. 


4.600 









NATIONAL CAPITAL HOUSING AUTHORITY 



Gsecutive and Administrative 
OfiBces 

John Ihlder. 

James Ring 

Florence T. Conlin 

Central Controls Division 

William R. Simpson, Jr 

Albert J. Haskell 

Management Division 

Walter P. Hudgins 

LeRoy A. Smith 

Dan Lamont Hanlon 

Planning and Construction 
Division 



Homer J. Smith 

Perley W. Clogston. 



Exeeutivc OfFicer... 

Administrative Officer 

Assistant to Executive Officer (Management;. 



Acting General Counsel 

Chief, Finance and Accounts Office 

Supervisor of Properties 

Acting Housing Manager 

Property Manager 



Principal Architect. 

Construction Superintendent. 



D. C. 




D. C. 




D. C... 




Md 

Mont. .. 


6th-... 
1st 


Tex 

Calif.... 
N. Y..._ 


8th.... 
5th.... 
40th... 


D. C. 




D. C... 









$7, 500 
5,800 
3,800 



4,600 
4,600 



5,000 
3,300 
3,300 



5,800 
4,800 



NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION 



Members 

Maj. Gen. U. S. Grant, III. 

A. E. Demaray (Acting) 

Ma]. Gen. Eugene Reybold. 
Col. Charles W. Kutz 



Lyle F. Watts 

Theodore G. Bilbo. 



Jennings Randolph. 

Henry V. Hubbard. 

J. C. Nichols 

William A. Delano.. 



Staff 



JohnNolen, Jr 

T. S. Settle 

Norman C. Brown. 

T. S. JefFers 

MaxS. Wehrly 



Chairman.-. 

Executive Officer 

Chief of Engineers, ir. S. Army 

Engineer Commissioner of the District of 

Columbia. 

Chief, Forest Service... 

Chairman, Senate Committee on the District 

of Columbia. 
Chairman, House Committee on the District 

of Columbia. 

Citizen Member 

do 

do 



Director of Planning 

Secretary and Legal Adviser. 

Land Purchasing Officer 

Landscape Architect.. 

City Planner 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 



Miss... 
W. Va. 



Mass. 
Mo-- 
N. Y. 



Pa... 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Ohio. 



$6, 500 
6,000 
6,200 
4,400 
4,000 



1 Serves without compensation. 



281 



NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Federal Pnblic Housing 
Authority 

Commissioneb's Office 

Philip M. Klutznick 

John W. Shively 

James R. I>ee 

Warren J. Vinton 

Frank S. Home 

Francis A. Staten 

Tirrell J. Ferrenz 

Charles Q. Stern 

Branches 

Comptroller's Office 



Herbert L. Wooten. 
T.Jack Gary, Jr.... 
Herman Gruseck 



George Wolfe 

Paul R. Griffin 

Irving N. Goodman.. 

Development 



Wm. P. Seaver... 
Walter V. Price. . 
James P. Murrin. 



Earl V. Ganger 

Gilbert L. Rodier 

Joseph B. Corridon 

H. Lyle Campbell 

Joel W. Schenker (Acting). 

Legal 



David L. Krooth. 

Norman L. Miller. 

Bernard Grove 

Abraham R. Miller 

Charles N. Malone 



Project Management 

JohnT. Egan 

Abner D. Silverman 



George S. Binen 

Roy M. Little 

John D. Lange 

John Prescott 

Abraham Goldfeld. 



■Real Estate and Disposition 
C. Russell Cravens 



Commissioner 

Executive Assistant 

Assistant to the Commissioner 

Chief E conomist 

Racial Relations Adviser 

Director of Administrative Planning 

Director of Budget 

Director of Personnel 



Comptroller 

Special Assistant to the Comptroller 

Director of Property and Administrative Serv- 
ices. 

Director of Statistics 

Director of Finance and Accounts 

Director of Audit 



Assistant Commissioner for Development 

Director of Labor Relations 

Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Develop- 
ment. 

Director of Program 

Director of Technical 

Director of Project Review 

Director of Construction 

Director of Foreign Shelter 



General Counsel 

.■Associate General Counsel . 
Assistant General Counsel. 
do 

Chief Litigation Attorney.. 



Phillip M. Mayer (.\cting)... 



Arthur B. Dunham... 
Henry R. Rice (Acting 



Assistant Commissioner for Project Manage- 
ment. 

Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Project 
Management. 

Chief of Housing Management Training 

Director of Management Operations, Area A.. 

Director of Management Operations, Area B.. 

Director of Management Operations, Area C_. 

Director of Management Standards and Serv- 
ices. 



Assistant Commissioner for Real Estate and 

Disposition. 
Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Real 

Estate and Disposition. 

Director of Marketing and Review. 

Director of Conversion Management.. 



Regions 



Sumner K. Wiley... 

John A. Kervick 

Orvil R. Olmsted- 

John P. Broome 

Marshall W. Amis.- 

Langdon W. Post 

Frank M. Crutsinger 

Charles B. Lawrence, Jr. 
Oliver C. Winston 



Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 



Region I, Boston, Mass 

Region II, New York, N. Y 

Region III, Chicago, 111 

Region IV, Atlanta, Ga 

Region V, Ft. Worth, Tex 

Region VI, San Francisco, Calif. 

Region VII, Seattle, Wash 

Region VIII, Cleveland, Ohio... 
General Field OfBce 



Nebr--.. 

Mo 

Tenn.... 
N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 

Md 

111 

N.J 



D. C... 

Va 

Mass 



Md.. 
S. C. 
N. Y. 



N. Y... 
D. C... 
Mass... 



Mo_- 
D. C. 
Pa... 
Mo_- 

N. Y. 



111.... 
111.... 
D. C. 

111.... 
N. C. 



N. Y.. 

N. Y.. 

Conn. 
N. Y. 
Va.... 
111..... 
N. Y. 



2d-.- 
4th.. 
10th. 
16th. 
15th- 
6th- 
10th. 
13th. 



8th.. 
13th. 



6th. 
2d.. 
6th. 



25th. 



12th.- 
11th. .- 



16th. 
12th. 



2d... 
10th. 



10th. 

nth. 



5th-... 
19th-.. 



3d..... 
24th..- 
8th.... 

2d 

10th... 



Kans.. 
Oreg.. 



Nebr. 
N. Y. 



Mass 
N.J. 

Mich 
Va... 
Tex-. 

N. Y. 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 
Tex.. 



6th- 
3d.. 



2d... 
16th. 



10th. 
6th.. 
14th. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
17th. 
14th. 
16th. 
8th.. 



$10,000 
5,600 
5,600 
8,000 
5,800 
6,750 
0,750 
6,500 



8,000 
6,000 
6,500 

6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



8,250 
7,000 
7,000 

6,500 
6,750 
6,500 
7,500 
6,500 



8,250 
7,500 
6,750 
6,500 
6,400 



8,250 

6,750 

4,600 
7,000 
6,500 
6,500 
7,500 



8,000 
6,500 



5,600 
5,600 



8,000 
8,000 
8,250 
8,250 
8,250 
8,250 
8,000 
8,000 
8,250 



282 

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY 

Continued 





OFnciAL title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Federal Public Honsing 

Authority— Continued 

Defense Homes Corpo- 
ration 

Philip M. Klutznick . 


President 


Nebr.... 
Ill 

Va 

Md 

Ill 

Iowa 

111 

D. C. 


2d 

10th... 

8th.... 

2d 

2d 

5th.... 
10th... 


(•) 


George B. Williams 


Executive Vice President. .. . . 


'$10,000 


Administrator's Office 




12,000 


Lyman S. Moore... 


Assistant Administrator (Administration) 

Assistant Administrator (Program) 


8,250 


Coleman Woodbury 


8,250 


J. Bion Philipson 


Assistant Administrator (Operations) 


8,000 


Jacob Crane 


Special Assistant to the Administrator 

do.-.. 


9,000 


Nathaniel S Keith 


6,500 


Divisions 
Leon H. Keyserling 


General Counsel 


N.Y.... 
N. Y... . 

Va 

D. C. . 


17th... 
19th-.. 

8th.-.. 


9,000 


Charles S. Aschcr 

Clarence W. Farrier 


Acting Director, Urban Development Divi- 
sion). 
Director, Technical Division. ... 


(') 
8.250 


Howard F Vickerv 


Director, Information Service 

Director, Administrative Relations Division.. 
Director, Program Reviev/ Division 


8.000 


Richard 0. Niehoff 


Term 

Colo 

D. C... 
N. Y.... 
Ind... 


8th.... 
2d 

"iethl".] 


0,500 


Burton 0. Young 


6, 500 


Leo Orebler 


Chief, Housing Finance Section 


6, 500 


J. Marshall Maves 


Director, Material Reciuirements Division 

Director, Budget and Accounting Division 

Director, Administrative Services Division 

Regional Representative, Region I, Boston, 

Mass. 
Regional Representative, Region II, New 

York, N. Y. 
Regional Representative, Region III, Chicago, 

111. 
Regional Representative, Region IV, Atlanta, 

Ga. 
Regional Representative, Region V, Dallas, 

Tex. 
Regional Representative, Region VI, San 

Francisco, Calif. 
Regional Representative, Region VII, Seattle, 

Wash. 

Commissioner 


6,750 


Robert E. O'Hara. 


6,750 




Utah.... 

N.Y.... 
N. Y..._ 

Ohio 

N. C... 

Pa 

S.C... 
Wash... 

D. C... 


2d 

10th... 
19th... 

1st 

4th.... 
32d.... 
6th_... 
1st.... 


5,800 

8,000 
8,250 


Regions 

John M. Dobbs 

Charles S. Ascher 


William K. Divers 


8,250 


Robert K. Creighton 


8,250 


Joseph P. Tufts 


8,250 


Preston L. Wright 


8,250 


George W. Coplen 


8,250 


Federal Housing 
Administration 

Office op the 
Commissioner 


12, 000 


Robert B. Smith 


Assistant to the Commissioner. . . .. 


D. C 




9,000 


Office of the Deputy 
Commissioner 

Earle S. Draper 


Deputy Commissioner 


Tenn.... 

Md 

Md 

Va 

Utah...- 

N.J 

Mo 


2d 

2d 

5th__-_ 
2d..... 
2d 

9th.... 

12th... 


10,000 


John G. Rouse -.... 


Zone Commissioner, Zone I 


8,500 


Kent R. Mullikin 


Zone Commissioner, Zone II 


8,500 




Zone Commissioner, Zone III 


8,500 


Franklin D. Richards 


Zone Commissioner, Zone IV 


8,500 


Legal Division 
Burton C. Bovard 


General Counsel 


9,000 


Underwriting Division 
Curt C. Mack.___ 


Assistant Commissioner 


9,000 



' No additional compensation. 

» Reimbursable to Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 

3 Salary shown under "Regional Representative." 



283 

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Federal Housing 
Administration— Continued 



Title I Division 
Ernest P. Jones, Jr 



Finance and Industry 
Division 

Hale P. Daugherty 

Administrative Services 

R. Winton Elliott 

James E. Hicks 

Paul Matthew Stoner._ 

James C. Russell 

Rental Housing and 
Property Management 



Clyde L. Powell 

Comptroller's Division 
Lester H. Thompson. 



Research and Statistics 
Division 



Shirley K. Hart_ 

State Directors 
Zone 1 



John F. Qaffey 

E. Lester Muller 

William W. Drummey. 
Warren J. Lockwood-.- 

Thomas G. Grace 

George F. Mackie 

James A. Chambers 



Zone II 



Wilbur B. Nolen 

William S. Daniel 

M. Moorman Parrish_. 
Robert E. Matheson... 

Roscoe R. Dalton 

Douglass W. Svendson_ 

Walter T. Pate...- 

Jack H. Brown 

Otto K. Wetzel 

Herman E. Bailey 

Bernard W. Horner 

Vincent A. Carlin 



Zone III 



R. Earl Peters... 
Jonas W. Grabcr. 
Raymond Foley.. 
Holger P. Holm.. 
Thomas R. King. 



Zone IV 

Marcellus W. Bennett. 

Harry Whittier 

BenS. Hill.- 

Folgcr Johnson 

Gordon L. Weggeland. 

Clark R. Jackson 

Hosea M. Hantz 



Assistant Commissioner. 



Director... 

Assistant Commissioner 

Director of Personnel 

Budget Officer and Actuary 

Admmistrative Officer (Office Manager) 



Assistant Commissioner. 



Comptroller. 



Director. 



Station in Which Jurisdiclion is Exercised 



Connecticut 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. 

New Jersey 

New York 

Rhode Island.. 
West Virginia.. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

Florida 

Georgia 

Kentucky. 

Louisiana 

Mississippi 

North Carolina - 

Oklahoma 

South Carolina. 

Teimessce 

Virginia 



Indiana 

Kansas 

Michigan.. 
Nebraska.. 
Wisconsin. 



Colorado 

Idaho 

Montana 

Oregon 

Utah 

Washington. 
Wyoming.. . 



Miss.. 



D,C. 



7th- 



D. C. 
Ark... 

N. Y-. 
N. Y.. 



Mo. 



Del. 



N. Y. 



Conn. . 
Md.... 
Mass..- 
N. J-.. 
N. Y... 
R. I... 
W. Va. 



Ala... 
Ark... 
Fla.... 
Ga__.. 
Ky.-. 
La.-.. 
Miss.. 
N. C-. 
Okla.. 
S. C... 
Tenn.. 
Va.... 



Ind... 
Kans-- 
Mich.. 
Nebr.. 
Wis... 



Colo.. 
Idaho. 
Mont. 
Oreg.. 
Utah-. 
Wash. 
Wye. 



1st-.. 
19th.. 
32d-.. 



25th. 



At L.. 



7th. 



Ist... 
4th... 
11th-. 
6th-.. 



2d-- 
4th. 



4th-. 
5th.. 
2d... 
10th. 
9th__ 
6th.. 
7th-. 
12th- 



3d--. 

1st-. 
8th-. 



4th-.. 
7th... 
14th.. 
5th... 
2d-... 



1st.-- 
1st..- 
2d...- 
1st... 
2d.... 
1st... 
AtL. 



$9,000 



6,500 



8,250 
5,800 
6,500 
4,600 



9,000 
9,000 

6,750 



6,400 
6,200 
6,000 
8,000 
9,000 
4,600 
5,800 



6,000 
5,600 
7,000 
6,400 
6,400 
5,600 
6,000 
5,600 
5,800 
6,000 
7,000 
6,500 



8,000 
6,400 
8,000 
5,600 
6,000 



5,800 
5,000 
5,000 
5,600 
5,800 
7,000 
6,000 



284 

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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Federal Housing 
Administration — Continued 

District Directors 

Zone I 

Walter C. Cox 

John H. Magee 

Harold M. Clay 

W. Grant King 

Oakley W. Heselbarth.*. 

Leo A. Kirls: 

Zone II 

Roland E. Shepherd 

Elmer T. Stearns 

Pruett S. Luttrell 

Charles T. Macleod 

Zone III 

Edward J. Kelly 

Robert E. Terhune 

Daniel J. Fouquette 

David H. Powell 

J. William Kuhlman 

Joe L. Wadsworth 

Albert L. Guckert 

Zone IV 

John E. McGovern 

Dewitt C. McGinness 

Territorial Directors 

Frederick D'A. Carpenter.. . 

J. Stowell Wright 



Federal Home Loan Bank 
Administration 

Office of the Commissioner 



John H. Fahey 

Ormond E. Loomis 

William F. Penniman. 



Office of the Secretary 

J. Francis Moore 

Harry W. Caulsen 



Personnel Department 



George R. Hulverson. 
William J. Flanagan. . 



Legal Department 



Harold Lee 

Robert V. Pollard, Jr. 
Ray E. Dougherty. 



Station in which Jurisdiction is Exercised 

Washington, D. C 

Bangor, Maine 

Albany, N. Y.. 

ButTalo, N. Y 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Dallas, Tex 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Houston, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex.. • 

Chicago, 111 

Springfield, 111 

Minneapolis, M inn 

Kansas City, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Los Angeles, Calif 

San Francisco, Calif 



Territorial Director (Chief Underwriter) San 
Juan, P. R. 

Territorial Director (Chief Underwriter) Hon- 
olulu, T. H. 



Commissioner 

Executive Assistant to the Commissioner. 
Assistant to the Commissioner .- 



Secretary to the Federal Home Loan Bank 

Administration. 
Assistant Secretary 



Director of Personnel.- - 

Assistant Director of Personnel, New York, 
N. Y. 



General Counsel.. 

Assistant General Counsel. 
do 



Md 




Maine.. 
N. Y.... 
N. Y.... 
Pa 

Pa 


3d 

26th... 
41st_.. 
34th... 
4th.... 


Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Tex 


13th._. 
12th... 
12th... 
20th... 


111 

111 

Minn... 

Mo 

Mo 

Ohio 

Ohio.... 


10th... 
16th... 
6th.... 
5th.... 
12th... 
22d.... 
17th.._ 


Calif.... 
Calif.... 


6th.... 
4th..-. 


P. R 




T. H..-- 





Mass 

Maine.. 
Ga 


6th_... 

2d 

1st 


D. C ... 




Va 


8th.... 


Ind 

N. Y.... 


3d 

24th... 


Va 

Miss.... 
Va 


8th.... 

3d 

2d 



< Salary apportioned among the several agencies under the immediate direction of the Commissioner, 
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration— namely, the Federal Home Loan Bank System, the Federal 
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, and the Home Owners' Loan Corporation. 



285 

NATIONAL HOUSING AGENCY 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Federal Home Loan Bank 
Administration— Continued 

Federal Home Loan 
Bank System 

Office of the Qovernor 



James Twohy 

David Ford-- - 

Harland G. Keller 

John M. Wyman 

Albert V. Ammann,. 
R. Reyburn Burklin.. 

Ernest E. Reardon 

Verne C. Bonesteel 

Lawrence M. Walters- 



Division of Operating Statistics 

Ralph S. Weese 

Legal Department 
Kenneth G. Heisler 



Federal Savings and Loan 
Insurance Corporation 

General Manager's Office 



William H. Husband 

Fred F. Lovell 

Nathan V. Morgan 

Frank Ray Anderson 

Edmund Q. Chamberlain. _ 

Charles K. Berlin 

Albert C. Crew 



Legal Department 
Robert B. Jacoby 



Home Owners' Loan 
Corporation 

General Managers' Depart- 
ment 

Charles F. Cotter 

Edward E. Wendell. _. 

James S. Baughman 

Knute C . Borregard 

G. Lloyd Preacher 



Rodney D. Andrews- 

Tyler B. Green 

Patrick J. Maloney.. 
Dudley L. Shields... 



Legal Department 

John B. Murphy... 

Thomas A. Sherman 



Auditing Department 

Elmer S. Frazier 

Graham P. Miller 

Regional Offices 

Willis O. Kemper 

John F. Thigpen 

Philip A. Tharp 

Charles W. Collins 

W.Clair Wilson 

Joseph R. Smith 

Robert R. Rennie 



Governor.- , 

Assistant Qovernor 

do 

Chief Supervisor 

Assistant Chief Supervisor. 

Comptroller 

Deputy Comptroller 

Chief Examiner -- 

Assistant Chief Examiner. . 



Chief, Division of Operating Statistics. 



Associate General Counsel- 



General Manager-. 

Deputy General Manager.-- - 

Assistant General Manager 

..-.do -- 

Assistant to General Manager 

Comptroller 

Deputy Comptroller and Disbursing OflBcer.. 



Associate General Counsel. 



General Manager, New York, N. Y 

Deputy General Manager, New York, N. Y. 

Deputy General Manager, New York, N. Y. 

Assistant to the General Manager, New York, 
N. Y. 

Reconditioning Assistant to the General Man- 
ager, New York, N. Y. 

Comptroller, New York, N. Y 

Assistant Comptroller, New York, N. Y 

Treasurer, New York, N. Y.. 

Assistant Treasurer, New York, N. Y 



Associate General Counsel, New York, N. Y. 
Assistant General Counsel New York, N. Y. 



Auditor, New York, N.Y 

Assistant Auditor, New York, N. Y. 



Regional Manager, Cincinnati 

Regional Manager, Atlanta 

Regional Manager, Memphis 

Regional Manager, Chicago 

Regional Manager, Omaha 

Regional Manager, Dallas 

Regional Manager, San Francisco. 



Calif.. - 
N. J.-- 
Calif-.- 

Md 

Tex 

D. C... 
D. C- 
D. C... 
Va 



Mich.. 



Wash. 



Ohio...- 

m 

D. C- 

Fla 

Tex 

Md 

Ohio...- 



Ohio.... 



Mass 

Wis 

Pa 

III 

Ga 

ni 

Tenn.— 

Ind 

W. Va.. 



N. Y.... 
N. Y-... 



N. Y-... 
Ill 

W. Va.. 

Ga 

Tenn.... 

Ill 

Nebr.-. 

Tex 

Calif..-. 



4th.- 
2d... 
4th.. 
6th.. 
12th. 



8th..- 



14th. 



1st. 



17th. 
7th.. 



1st.. 
20th. 
6th.. 
3d— 



5th. 

7th. 
5th. 
4th. 
6th. 



1st. 
5th. 



16th. 
6th.- 



2d..- 
5th.. 
10th. 
10th. 
2d.-. 
5th.. 
4th.. 



$10, 000 
9,000 
7,500 
7,500 
5,600 
8,000 
6,750 
7,500 
5,600 



5,600 



7,250 



9,500 
8,500 
7,000 
7,000 
6,750 
6,500 
5,600 



2d 



7th.. 
2d-.. 
30th. 
10th. 



7,250 



9,250 
8,750 
8,500 
6,400 

7,750 

8,000 
6,250 
6,800 
5,400 



7,250 
6,800 



7,000 
5,600 



7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
8,000 
7,000 
8,000 
7,750 



286 



NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD 



OFnCUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Members of the Board 



Harry A. Millis... 
Gerard D. Reilly.. 
John M. Houston- 



Chairman. 
Member. . 
do 



Office of the Executive Secre- 
tary 



Lt. (j.g.) Donn N. Bent- 
Francis W . Watson 



Personnel Office 



Kathryn L. Swain. 
Sidney A. Carislsi.. 



Fiscal and Office Services 



David C. Buchalter... 
Ethelreda C. Fesmire. 



Legal Division 



Alvin J. Rocliwell 

Guy Farmer 

Malcolm F. Halliday. 

Ivar Peterson--- 

A. Norman Somers--. 



Trial Examining Division 



Frank Bloom 

William R. Ringer- 
George, Bokat 

Samuel H. Jaflee.-- 



Information Division 

Louis Silverberg 

Field Division 



Oscar S. Smith 

Lester Asher 

Leonard N. D. Wells, Jr. 
Charles W. Sitler 



Regional Offices 



A. Howard Myers 

Howard F. LeBaron.. 

Meyer S. Ryder 

Fred G. Krivonos 

Ross M. Madden 

Frank M. Kleiler 

Frank H. Bowen 

Walter E.Taag 

Martin Wagner 

Paul L. Styles-- 

C. Edward Knapp 

George J. Bott 

William F. Quffey, Jr. 

John F. LeBus- 

Edwin A. Elliott 

Hugh E. Sperry 

James M. Shields 

Thomas P. Graham... 

Joseph E. Watson 

Stewart Meacham 

Arnold L. Wills 

James R. Watson 



Executive Secretary.- --- 

Assistant Executive Secretary- 



Personnel Officer 

Assistant to the Director of Personnel. 



Chief, Fiscal and Office Services Section 

Assistant Chief Clerk (In Charge of Accounts). 



General Counsel 

Associate General Counsel . 

do - 

Assistant General Counsel. 
do 



Chief Trial Examiner 

Associate Chief Trial Examiner. 

do 

do.... 



Director of Information. 



Director of Field Division -. 

Associate Director of Field Division. 
Assistant Director, Field Division... 
do 



Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Regional 
Director 
Director 



Director, Boston 

Director, New York 

Director, Buffalo 

Director, Philadelphia... 

Director, Baltimore 

Director, Pittsburgh 

Director, Detroit 

Director, Cleveland 

Director, Cincinnati 

Director, Atlanta 

Director, Indianapolis... 

Director, Chicago 

Director, St. Louis 

Director, New Orleans-. 

Director, Fort Worth 

Director, Kansas City... 
Director, Minneapolis... 

Director, Seattle 

Director, San Francisco. 
Director, Los Angeles... 

for Hawaii 

for Puerto Rico 



ni 

Mass 

Kans 



Calif.. 
Va._-. 



Md--.. 
W. Va. 
N. Y... 
Va 

N. Y... 



111-... 
Ind-- 
N.Y. 
D. C. 



N. Y... 



Ohio. 
IlL... 
Tex.- 
Colo. 



Mass.. 
Tex... 

Ill 

Pa-... 
Md... 
Wis-.- 
Mich.. 
Ohio.- 
Ky.... 
Ala... 
Ind... 
Mich.. 
Ohio.. 
Tex... 
Tex... 
Mo... 
Minn. 
Oreg.. 
Mo... 
Ala... 

T. H.: 

Iowa.. 



Md 

N. Y.... 



D. C. 
Md.. 



3d-.. 
12th. 
6th.. 



13th. 
8th.. 



6th. 
7th. 



5th. 



6th-. 
6th-. 
1st-. 
8th-. 
15th- 



10th. 

nth. 

21st. 



24th. 



22d.. 
10th. 
12th. 
1st.. 



10th.. 
21st.. 
9th... 
7th... 
2d.... 
5th... 
13th.. 
20th.. 
5th... 
8th... 
nth.. 
14th.. 
15th.. 
12th.. 
12th.. 
4th... 
5th... 
3d.... 
5th... 
9th... 



2d. 



' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

» Plus 25 percent differential for service outside continental United States. 



287 
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD 





OFnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 






Wyo.... 

Ill 

Okla._.- 

Nev 

N. Y.... 


AtL.. 

2d 

5th.... 
AtL.. 
6th.... 


$10. 000 


George A. Cook 


Member 


10,000 






10, 000 


Robert F. Cole 


Secretary . . . 


7,500 






4,800 









NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD 



CHICAGO 4, ILL. 



Leland Howard 

Thomas S. McFarland.. 

John L. Mindling 

Howard A. Johnson 

Raymond B. Parkhurst 



Chicago, III. 

Administrative Officer 

Executive Secretary, First Division. . 
Executive Secretary, Second Division 
Executive Secretary, Third Division. 
Executive Secretary, Fourth Division 



Va 


3d 


N. Y.... 


12th... 


D. C... 




Ill_ 


2d 


Mo 


12th... 



$4, 600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 



OFFICE OF CENSORSHIP 



Office of Director 



B3n:on Price 

Lt. Comdr. Gordon 

Brown, USNR. 
Col. Eugene T. Brennan. 

Eugene O. Parker 

Don C. Travis, Jr 



Admioistrative Division 



Robert L. McKeever 

Ross P. Pope 

Warren S. Dean 

Walter A. Graham 

Charles D. Barrick 

Monroe W. Williamson 

Lt. Comdr. Douglas G. Hall, 
USNR. 



Broadcasting Division 
John E. Fetzer 



Edward H. Bronson. 
Peter H. Cousins 



Cable Division 

Captain Herbert K. Fenn, 

USN. 
Commander William M. B. 

Freeman, USNR. 
C ommandcr Tre vanion H.E . 

Nesbitt, USNR. 
Lt. Comdr. Paul Stafford, 

USNR. 

Field Stations 

Lt. Comdr. Arthur Hudson, 

USNR. 
Lt. Comdr. Thomas V. 

Murtha, USNR. 
Lt. Comdr. Stephen A. 

Lynch, Jr., USNR. 
Commander Alan Cooper, 

USNR. 



Director 

Assistant to the Director. 



Counsel _. 

Head, Reports Section. 
Head, Digest Section... 



Chief Administrative Officer 

Assistant Chief Administrative Officer . 

Administrative Officer 

do.. 

do 

Personnel Officer 

Procurement Officer 



Assistant Director (Chief, Broadcasting Di- 
vision). 
Assistant to Assistant Director of Censorship. 
Technical Assistant to Assistant Director 



Assistant Director (Chief Cable Censor). 

Assistant Chief Cable Censor 

Aide to Chief Cable Censor 

Chief, Censoring Section 



District Cable Censor, Balboa, C. Z. 

District Cable Censor, Reykjavik, Iceland- 
District Cable Censor, Miami, Fla 

District Cable Censor, New York, N. Y.-. 



N.Y...- 
D. C 


16th-.. 


N.J 

S.C....- 

Wis 


6th-... 

3d 

2d 


Md 

Idaho.. - 
D. C... 

Ky 

Mo 

Ark 

Va- 


6th.-.- 
2d 

ist.]-- 
6th.... 

2d 

8th.... 


Mieh.--- 


3d 


Ohio.--- 
Miss 


12th.- 
6th.... 


Va. 


8th...- 


Va 


8th-.- 


Md 


6th-.-- 


N. J-... 


4th--.. 


D. C 




N. Y.... 


20th-.. 


Fla 


4th-.. 


N.Y... 


25th... 



$10,000 

(') 

w 

6,400 
4,600 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 
4,600 
3,800 
5,600 
W 



8,000 



6,500 
5,600 



(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 

(') 
(') 

(') 
(>) 



' See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
' See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



288 

OFFICE OF CENSORSHIP 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Cable Division — Con. 

Field S^a^ions— Continued 

Lt. Comdr. FrankR. Newton 

Jr., USNR. 
Commander Archibald N. 

Offley, USN (retired). 
Lt. Comdr. Oarritt E. Audas, 

USNR. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles C. Day, 

USNR. 

Postal Division 

Col. Norman V. Carlson 

George D. See 

James V. Fletcher 

John Jay Henry 

Day Thorpe _ 

Frederick H. Wagman 



Field Stations 

Lt. Col. Eugene B. Dodson. 

Lionel E. Barrosse 

Jack C. Herman 

Orlofif L. Bowen 

Ceborn H. Megarity 

Anthony M. Newman 

Watterson R. Rothacker 



Col. George C. Van Dusen.. 

Chester B. Fox 

Isaac C. Levy 

Byron H. Sp'inney 

Ulrich B. Buchanan 



Charles W. SherrilL 



Richard R. Smith 

William E. Richardson. 

William H. Johnson, Jr, 
Lester C. Fox 



Melvin S. Jacobus 

Harman L. BroomalL 

Henry A. Engrav 

Hume K. Nowlan 



Press Division 



Theodore F. Koop. 
Philip D. Adler... 
William H. Walsh. 
James E. Warner ._ 

Arthur E. King 

J. Philip Buskirk.. 



Teclinical Operations 
Division 

Col. Harold R. Shaw ., 



J. Philip Wolgcmuth. 

El wood C. Pierce 

Armen Q. Abdian 



District Cable Censor, San Antonio, Tex.... 
District Cable Censor, San Francisco, Calif 

District Cable Censor, San Juan, P. R 

District Cable Censor, Tucson, Ariz. , 



Assistant Director (Chief Postal Censor) . 

Administrative OflBcer 

Chief, Examination Section 

Chief, Finance Section 

Chief, Press and Pictorial Section 

Chief, Regulations and Training Section. 



District Postal Censor, Balboa, C. Z 

Assistant District Postal Censor, Balboa, C. Z 
Postal Censor Cristobal, C. Z 

District Postal Censor, El Paso, Tex 

Postal Censor, Laredo, Tex 

District Postal Censor, Los Angeles, Calif 

Chairman, Los Angeles — Board of Film Re- 
view, Hollywood, Calif. 

District Postal Censor, Miami, Fla,_. 

Assistant District Postal Censor, Miami, Fla. 

District Postal Censor, New Orleans, La 

District Postal Censor, New York, N. Y 

Assistant District Postal Censor, New York, 
N. Y. 

Assistant District Postal Censor, New York, 
N. Y. 

Chairman, New York Board of Film Review, 
New York, N. Y. 

Sr. Censor, Rochester Board of Film Review, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

District Postal Censor, San Antonio, Tex 

Assistant District Postal Censor, San Antonio, 
Tex. 

District Postal Censor, San Franci.sco, Calif.. 

Assistant District Postal Censor, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

District Postal Censor, San Juan, P. R 

Assistant District Postal Censor, San Juan, 
P. R. 



Assistant Director 

Assistant to Assistant Director.. 

do 

do 

Information Specialist. 

Principal Information Assistant. 



Assistant Director, (Chief, Technical Opera- 
tions Division). 

Liaison OflBcer 

Chief, Laboratory Section 

Chief, Analytic Section 



Tex 


20th... 


Calif..-. 


8th. ... 


P. R 




Ariz 


At L.. 



Calif.. - 
D. C... 

Va 

Va 

Va 

D. C... 



Va... 
La... 
La... 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 
Calif. 
Calif. 

Fla... 
Fla... 
Ga... 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Tex.. 



N. Y. 

N. J.. 



Ill 

Oreg... 

Calif... 
Wash.. 

Wyo... 
W. Va. 



D. C. 
IlL... 
D. C. 
R. L. 

N. C. 
Calif. 



Hawaii. 

Wash.. 
Ohio... 
Hawaii. 



7th... 



8th_.. 
2d...- 
8th... 



8th... 
2d...- 
2d ... 
20th.. 
10th.. 
15th.. 
16th.. 

4th... 
4th... 
10th.. 
17th.. 
15th.. 

5th__. 

lGth_. 

10th.. 

10th.. 
1st... 

6th... 

1st... 

At L. 

5th... 



15th. 



2d.... 
5th... 
6th... 



1st.. 
19th. 



• See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
2 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
' Plus 25 percent diflerential for service outside continental limits of United States. 



289 



OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 





OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of the Administrator 


Admin istra tor 


Conn... 
N. Y.... 

Mass 

S. C... 
Calif.... 
Calif.... 

Mo 

Tex 

Calif.... 
Ill 

Calif..-. 
N. Y.... 
Ohio.... 
Okla.... 

Md 

Nev 

Tex 

III 

N. Y.... 
Conn... 
Ohio.... 

Utah.... 

Ark 

Wis 

N. Y.... 


2d..... 
25 th... 

1st 

2d 

4th.... 
4th.-.. 
10th... 
6th...- 
11th... 
10th... 

3d 

6th.... 
22d.... 
5th.... 
5th.... 
AtL.. 
5th.... 

5th.... 

23d.... 
4th.... 
13th... 

1st.... 
5th.... 
5th.... 
1st 


$12, 000 






8,000 


Robert R. R. Brooks . . 


Executive Assistant to the Administrator 

Assistant to the Administrator 

.... do 


8,000 


James C. Derieux. 


8,000 




8,000 




....,do 


8,000 


Charles L. Ferguson 


Hearing Administrator 


8,000 


Tvrus R. Timm 


Agricultural Relations Adviser 


6,500 


Zenas Potter 


Congressional Information Adviser 


8,000 


Francis A. Bonner 


Credit Policy Adviser 

Director 


6,500 


Office of Administrative 
Services 

Louis J. Kroeger 


8,000 


Distribution Branch 
Walter Thalen 


Acting Chief .. 


4,600 


Forms and Graphics Branch 
Clarence Schettler.. . 


Chief 


4,600 


Library Branch 
Wanda Mae Johnson 


do 


3,200 


Printing Branch 
Clarence H. Little 


do . 


5,600 


Service Operations Branch 
Morris Seltzer 


do... .- 


4,600 


Verification Branch 
John D. Moseley 


do. 


4,600 


Office of Board Manage- 
ment 

John G. Neukom 


Director ... 


8,000 


Planning and Operations 
Branch 

Hovrard Greenberg 


Chief 


6,500 


Field Liaison Branch 
Howard Staub... 


do 


6,500 


National Office Liaison Branch 
Paul Gnau 


do 


0,500 


Office of Budget and 
Planning 

H. Burke Frv 


Director . 


8,000 


Budget Branch 
Haskell V. Llewellyn. 


Chief . . . 


6,500 


Fiscal Branch 
Robert J. Lippolt. 


do 


6,500 


Management Services Branch 
Harvey F. Pinney 


do 


6,500 



290 

OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station Is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of the Administrator- 
Continued 

Office of Budget and 
Planning— Continued 

History Branch 

George R. Taylor. 

Office of OPA Secretary 

Ervin H. Pollack 

Office of Personnel 

Wallace S. Sayre 

Classification Branch 

Clement J. Sobotka 

Employee Relations Branch 

Harry W. Seamans 

Field Relations Branch 

Richard W. Cooper 

Placement Branch 

Russell Cook . . 



Chief. 



Secretary. 



Director. 



Chlef- 



.do. 



.do. 



-do- 



Program Planning and Ad- 
ministrative Services Branch 



Everett W. Reimer.... 

Training Branch 

Egbert Wengert 



.do. 



.do. 



Office of the Economic 
Adviser 



Richard V. GUbert 

Research Division 
Roderick H. Riley 



Economic Adviser. 



Director. 



Consumer Ooods Program 
Branch 

Benjamin Caplan 



Chief. 



Economic Analysis and Fore- 
casting Branch 



Jacob L. Mosak _ 

Financial Analysis Branch 

Helene Qranby 

Food Programs Branch 
David W. Lusher.. 

Industrial Programs Branch 
David W. Lusher 



.do. 



-do. 



Acting Chief. 



' Per diem, when actually employed. 

' Salary received as Chief, Food Programs Branch. 



Mass.. 



Mo. 



N. Y.. 



Tenn... 



Pa. 



Calif... 



Ohio... 



Cailf... 



Va. 



Wis. 



Ohio.. 



HI. 



1st.. 



12th. 



2d. 



2d. 



23d. 



3d. 



14th.. 



16th... 



9th.... 



Mass 9th 



N. Y.... 



Maine. - 



2d- 



12th- 



2d. 



20th. 



Maine.. 1st (') 



291 



OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of the General 
Counsel 










Richard H Field 


General Counsel .- 


Mass 

N. Y.... 


4th.... 
17th... 


$8,000 




Assistant General Counsel 


6,500 


Internal Intelligence Branch 






William H. Strong 


Chief - .-.- 


N. H.... 


1st.... 


5,600 


Office of the Boards of Review 






Lehan K. Tunks 


Counsel 


Iowa 


1st 


6,500 


Court Review, Research and 
Opinion Division 










111 

111 


2d 

18th... 


8,000 




Special Assistant 


6,500 


Court Review Price Branch 










Jacob D. Hyman 

Court Review Rent Branch 


Chief 


N. Y_... 


17th. _. 


6,500 












do 


Mich..._ 


2d...-. 


6,500 


Research and Opinion Branch 








do 


N. Y... 


15th... 


6,500 


Office of the Consumer 
Relations Adviser 










Esther Cole Franklin 


Consumer Relations Adviser 


Ky 


4th-..- 


6,500 


Office of Industry Advisory 
Committees 










Ethel B. Gilbert 


Director . 


D. C 




6,600 


Accounting Department 










Paul M. Green 


Deputy Administrator _ _.. 


Ill._ 

Vt 


19th-- 
AtL-- 


8,000 


L. Donald MacKay 


Field Operations Coordinator 


6,500 


Consumer Products 
Accounting Division 










Walker E. Campbell 


Director.. 


Ill 


19th... 


6,600 


Durable Goods Accounting 
Branch 










Edward A. Shepherd 


Chief . . 


Md 


5th_.-- 


5,600 


Food Accounting Branch 










Raymond E inborn 


do - ... 


Va 


8th..-. 


5, 60,1 


Textiles, Leather, and Apparel 
Accounting Branch 






J. Dorn Helsing 


. ..do 


Va ... 


8th ... 


5,600 


Financial Rkporting 
Division 










Rexford C. Parmelee 


Director 


111.- 


19th... 


6,500 


Examination Branch 






Mark J. Sullivan- _. 


Chief 


Va 


8th.... 


4,600 



292 

OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Acconnlirg Department — 

Continued 

Industrial Accounting 
Division 

Percy L. Hanson 



Director. 



Building Materials 
Accounting Branch 

Samuel Rothstein... 



Acting Chief. 



Chemicals and Rubber 
Accounting Branch 

James J. Ford 

Lumber Accounting Branch 

Walter H. Zebulske 

Machinery Accounting Branch 
Frank S. Howell 

Metals Accounting Branch 
Charles T. Sweeney... 

Paper Accounting Branch 
Joe V. Cummins 



Chief. 



.do. 



-do. 



-do. 



.do- 



Services Accounting and 
Audits Division 

Lindsley H. Noble _.. 



Director. 



Rationing and Enforcement 
Accounting Branch 



John A. Bard 

Rent Accounting Branch 
Edward J. Kirkham 



Chief- 



.do. 



Transportation and Public 
Utilities Accounting Branch 



C. Robert Duckworth 

Enforcement Department 
George Moncharsh.. 



.do. 



Deputy Administrator. 



Apparel and Industrial 
Materials Enforcement 
Division 



Joseph Forer 

Apparel Enforcement Branch 
Norma Q. Zarky.. 



Director. 



Chief. 



Industrial Manufacturing 
Enforcement Branch 



Charles A. Atwood. 



.do- 



Industrial Materials 
Enforcement Branch 

Sidney S. Feinberg 



Va. 



N. Y.. 



N. Y.... 



N. Y.... 



N. Y. 



Ohio.. 



8th.... 



7th... 



27th... 



42d.. 



17th. 



7th- 



Mo 


12th... 


Pa 


7th.... 


Calif... - 




Ala 


6th-... 



Okla... 



Calif. 



N. J- 



Va. 



.do. 



Ohio... 



Minn.. 



8th-.. 



7th... 



4th.... 



8th- 



1st... 



7th.... 



293 



OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 





OFnciAL title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Enforcement Department — 

Continued 










Food Enforcement Di- 










vision 










Robert C. Finley 


Director _ 


Wash... 


1st 


$8, 000 


Agricultural Commodities 
Enforcement Branch 






Harold Epstein 


Chief 


Calif.. - 


13th... 


6,500 


Groceries Enforcement 
Branch 












. .do 


Calif.... 


4th.... 


6,500 


Meat and Dairy Enforcement 
Branch 








.do 


N. Y.... 


14th... 


6,500 


Fuel AND Consumer Goods 










Enforcement Division 












Director . 


Tex 


20th... 


6,500 


Automotive Enforcement 
Branch 






Harvey Diamond 


Acting Chief . 


N. Y.... 


14th... 


4,600 


Consumer Durable Ooods 










Enforcement Branch 










Arnold Coplan 


Chief . 


Pa 


11th... 


5,600 


Oasoline Enforcement Branch 










Mjn-on C. Duhl 


do 


111 


5th.... 


5,600 


Heating Fuel Enforcement 
Branch 










Herbert Olson . .. 


do .... 


Minn... 


9th.... 


5,600 


Litigation Division 






Fleming James, Jr . . 


Director... . . . 


Conn 


3d 


6,500 


Appellate Branch 










David London 


Chief -- 


Minn... 


5th.... 


5,600 


Briefing Branch 






Charles Rembar 


do — . 


N. J..... 


3d 


5,600 


General Litigation Branch 






George Austin . . . 


do -. .. .- .- 


Ohio ... 


12th... 


5,800 


Rent and Services 










Enforcement Division 










Brainerd Currie 


Director 


Qa 


10th... 


6,500 


Rent Enforcement Branch 






Barnet S. Blume 


Chief 


N. Y.... 


21st... 


5,600 


Services Enforcement Branch 






William W. Kapell 


do 


N. Y.... 


8th.... 


5,600 



294 



OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 





OFFICLiL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Enforcement Department- 
Continued 










Office of the Chief 
Investigator 










Robert R. Ehrlieh 


Chief Investigator 


N. Y .. 




$6, 500 


Currency Protection Branch 








Allen Bell 


Chief 


Tex 


21st 


5,600 


Training Branch 








Harry A. Maurer 


do 


HI .- 


5th.... 


5,600 


Information Department 






Alfred B. Stanford . . 


Deputy Administrator . . 






8, 000 


Editorial Division 










Herbert Little 


Director.. 


D. C... 




8,000 


William Auman _ 


Assistant Director 


Va 


8th.... 


6,500 


Magazine and Features 
Branch 






Jean Joyce 


Chief 


D. C... 




5,600 


News Branch 










William Hughes 


do _ 


W. Va.. 


6th.... 


5,600 


Radio Branch 










Eloise Daubenspeck 


do . . 


Wash . 


1st . 


6,500 


Trade Relations Branch 










Delman Beman 


Acting Chief 


Va. 


8th.... 


4,600 


Visual Services Branch 










Leonard Rennie .. 


Chief—. 


Kans 


1st 


6,500 


Field Division 






John T. O'Brien 


Director 


Mont... 


1st 


5,600 


Group and Educational 
Services Division 






Oliver A. Peterson. . 


do 


N. Y.... 


19th... 


6,500 


Edticational Services Branch 






James E. Mendenhall 


Chief 


Md 


6th.... 


5,800 


Group Services Branch 






Oliver A. Peterson 


Acting Chief 


N. Y.... 


19th... 


(') 


Program Planning Du'ision 






Douglas J. Bennett- 


Director 


Conn 


1st 


6,500 


Circulation, Planning and 
Control Branch 






Doris R. Anderson. 


Chief.... 


Iowa 


5th.... 


3,800 


Price Department 






James F. Brownlee _ 


Denntv Administrator . .. 


Kv 


3d 


8.000 



3 Salary received as Director, Group and Educational Services Division. 



295 

OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washiigton, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Price Department— Con. 

Consumer Goods Peice 
Division 


Director 


Ark 

W.Va... 

Pa 

Conn 

N. J.... 

N. J 

Conn 

Md 

Mass 

ni 

N. J 

Va 

N.J 

Conn... 

Maine. - 
Mich-... 
lU 

La 

Va 

Pa 

Va 

R.I 


4th.... 
2d 

2d 

3d 

5th.... 

7th.... 

4th.... 
6th.... 
5th.... 

10th... 
4th.... 

8th.... 

7th.... 

1st.... 

3d 

14th... 
6th.... 

1st.... 

8th.... 

16th... 
8th.... 
1st.... 


$8,000 


Stephen Ailes 


Division Cniinsfil 


6,500 


Apparel Price Branch 
Samuel W. Levitties 


Price Executive . . . . 


(4) 


Durable Goods Price Branch 
Harvey C. Mansfield 


do 


6,750 


Leather, Fur and Fibers Price 
Branch 

Sherwood B. Gay 


... ..do 


(*) 


Textile Price Branch 
Gardiner Hawkins. . 


do 


{*) 


Food Price Division 
Geoffrey Baker 


Director 


8,000 




Associate Director 


8,000 


Richard Qerould 


Division Cniinsp.1 


6,500 


Cereals, Feeds and Agricultural 
Chemicals Price Branch 

Clive F. Marshall— 


Price Executive ... 


6,500 


Grocery Products Price Branch 
Sol A. Segal 


do 


6,500 


Meats, Fish, Fats and Oils 
Price Branch 

Arval L. Erikson.. 


do 


6,500 


Poultry, Eggs and Dairy Prod- 
ucts Price Branch 

C. H. C. Beakes, II 


Price Executive .. 


6,500 


'Wholesale- Retail and Fruit and 
Vegetable Price Branch 

Edward F. Phelps, Jr 


do.. 


6,500 


Fuel Price Division 
Sumner T. Pike 




(•) 


OrvilleJudd 


Associate Director .. 


8,000 


John P. Barnes 


Division Cnnnsp.l 


6,500 


Petroleum Price Branch 

FngpTifi T>, TTman 


Price Executive... 


6,500 


Solid Fuels Price Branch 
James H. Reppert 


do 


6,500 


Industrial Manutactueing 
Price Division 

John S. Clement 


Director . .. .... . 


8,000 


N. Hugh McDiarmid.. 


Assistant to Director.. 


6,500 


John N. Cole 


Division Counsel 


6,500 



* Serves without compensation. 



296 

OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFIOAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Price Department — Con. 

Industrial Manufacturing 
Price Division— Con. 

Machinery Price Branch 

Walter Shoemaker 



Price Executive. 



Paper and Paper Products 
Price Branch 

J. Ronald Atwater 



-do. 



Rubber, Chemicals and Drugs 
Price Branch 

Lester V. Chandler 



.do. 



Industrial Materials 
Price Division 



John S. Clement 

N. Hugh McDiarmid. 



Director. 

Assistant to Director. 



Building Materials Price 
Branch 



Karl Mathiasen 

Iron and Steel Price Branch 

Warren M. Huff.. 

Lumber Price Branch 

Peter A. Stone 

Metal Mining Analysis Office 

Jesse L. Maury 

Price 



Price Executive. 



.do. 



.do. 



Director. 



Non-Ferrous Metals 
Branch 



Karl L. Anderson... 

Price Legal Division 



Henry M. Hart, Jr 

Davis Cavers 

Jonathan B. Richards. 



Services and Foreign 
Trade Price Division 



Frederick Roselius. 
Milton Thompson. 



Export-Import Price Branch 

Charles J. Walsh 

Restaurant Price Branch 
John J. Lyons 

Service Trades Price Branch 
Walter A. Thompson 



Price Executive. 



Associate General Counsel for Price 

Assistant General Counsel for Price 

Assistant General Counsel for Staff Operations. 



Director 

Division Counsel. 



Price Executive. 



-do- 



-do. 



Pa. 



Pa. 



N. Y..., 



' Receives salary as Director, Industrial Manufacturing Price Division. 

' Receives salary as Assistant to Director, Industrial Manufacturing Price Division. 



11th... 



17th. 



Mass.... 


2d..... 


Pa 

Va 


16th... 
8th.... 


N. J 


6th.... 


Va 


8th._.. 



1st. 



Md 


6th.... 


Pa 


17th... 


Mass 

N. C... 
Iowa 


11th... 
6th... 
7th.. _. 


N. Y.... 

Mont..- 


1st 


N.Y.... 


15th... 


Mass 


12th_.. 


Md 


5th.-.. 



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OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

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Price Department — Con. 

Transportation and Public 
UTn.iTiES Division 



Robert A. NLxon 

Public UtiUlies Branch 
Harry Booth 

Transportation Branch 
Dewey C. Wayiie 

Rationing Department 



Max McCullough.. 
Emmette Redford.. 
Patterson French.. 
Harry A. Hinderer. 



Ration Currency Control 
Division 



Joseph A. Kershaw.. 

Reports and Statistics Branch 
Donald K. Weasmer... 

Food Rationing Division 



James E. Kelley 

George Dice.. 

Leon Bosch 

Charles Beneker 

Allen A. Thompson. 



Processed Foods Rationing 
Branch 



Curtis Rogers. 

Meat Rationing Branch 
[rvin L. Rice 



Dairy Products, Fats and 
Oils Rationing Branch 

Eugene Brockenbrough 



Institutional Users Rationing 
Branch 



Ralph Wilkinson 

Sugar Rationing Branch 
Edward Pickett 



Fuel and Automotive 
Rationing Division 



Fred L. Parker 

Victor A. Thompson. 



Fuel Oil Rationing Branch 
James C. Scully 

Gasoline Rationing Branch 
Richard Youngblood 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director. 



Chief. 



-do- 



Deputy Administrator 

Assistant Deputy Administrator 

Special Assistant for Program Planning. 
Executive Officer 



Director- 



Chief. 



Director 

Associate Director. 
.do- 



Special Assistant to Director. 
do 



Rationing Executive- 
Acting Chief 



Rationing Executive- 



Acting Chief- 



Chief. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 



Chief- 



Legal residence 



State 



Wis 


2d 


111 


2d 


La 


1st 


Tex 

Tex 

D. C. 


5th. -_ 
10th— 


IlL 


10th... 


Va 


8th..-- 


Iowa 


2d 


Conn 

Pa 

111 

Ill 

Wis 


3d 

30th— 
lOth— 

3d 

3d 



N. Y— - 



Md. 



-do. 



N. C-.. 



Mass- 



Md- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Tenn... 
Wash... 



Wash. 



m. 



45th..- 



4th...- 



10th.. 



8th.- 



6th... 



5th, 
2d.. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



6th. 



13th-. 



$8, 250 



8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 



6, 500 



5,600 



8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 



6,500 



5,600 



6,500 



6,500 



8,000 
5,600 



6,500 
6,500 



298 



OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, imless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Rationing Department — Con. 

Fuel and Automotive 
Rationing Division— Con. 

Tire Rationing Branch 
John D. Mann... 


Chief 


Nebr.... 

Calif.... 

Ohio...- 

Ohio.... 
Ohio... 

Maine - - 

N.Y...- 

N.Y.... 

Ill 

S. C... 
D. C . 


2d 

7th.... 

6th.... 

6th--.- 

6th-..- 

1st 

24th... 

25th.-. 

9th.... 
9th--.- 


$6,50 


Consumer Durables Rationing 
Branch 

James F. Boyd. 


do 


6,50 


Miscellaneous Products 
Rationing Division 

William A. Molster 


Acting Director 


6,50 


Rubber Footwear Rationing 
Branch 

William A. Molster 


Acting Chief.. .. 


(') 


Shoe Rationing Branch 
William A. Molster 


... do - 


(') 


Rationing Legal Division 
Ellsworth E. Clark... 




8,00 


Aaron Lewittes 


Chief Counsel, Miscellaneous and Automotive 

Legal Branch. 
Chief Counsel, Food Legal Branch 


6,50 


Seymour Friedman 


6,60 


Rent Department 
Ivan D. Carson 


Deputy Administrator 


8,75 


Robert W. Coggeshall 

John T. McCarthy 


Assistant Deputy Administrator 

Assistant to the Deputy Administrator 

Director 


6,50 
5,60 


Operations Division 
Tom Tippett 


N .Y.... 
Ft. 

N.Y-... 

N. Y.... 

Ohio 

Pa 

Calif.... 
Maine.. 
Ill 


17th... 
7th.... 

17t.h... 

2d 

22d.... 

6th-.. 

15th.-. 

1st 

9th.... 


8,00 


William A.Charlton 


Associate D irector 


5,60 


Review Branch 
Edward A. Sullivan 


Chief 


4,60 


Program Division 
Norton E. Long.. 


Director 


6,50 


Edward N. Cooper 


Associate Director 


5,60( 


Area Analysis Branch 
Milton B. Davis.. 


Chief 


5,60( 


Financial and Statistical 
Branch 

Herbert C. Wilson 


do 


3,80( 


Regulations Analysis Branch 
Theodore A. Markson 


. ..do 


5,60( 


Rent Legal Division 
Eugene Swigart 




6,50( 



Salary received as Acting Chief, Miscellaneous Products Rationing Division. 



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OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station Is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Regional Offices 

Region I 

Eldon C.Shoup 

District Directors 

Stanley Crute _ . 

Prescott H. Vose 

John D.Jameson... 

Frank L. Martin . 

James J . Carney 

Region II 

Daniel P. Woolley. 

District Directors 

Lester W. Herzog _ 

Howard T. Ware. _. 

Thomas J. Reese _ _ . 

Stephen P. Toadvine 

T.Harold Dempsey 

Richard J. Tarrant 

Ralph Hackett . 

Paul T. Winter 

Alvin J. Williams. . 

Walter C.Young 

Frank J. Lof tus 

John A. Hart 

Joseph L. Ray 

Leo H. IMcCormick 

Charles AV. Hardesty 

Robert K. Thompson... 

Region III 

Birkett L.Williams 

Clifford J. Houser 

District Directors 

Clinton M. Fiske 

John H. Summers 

John E. Robinson, Jr 

Harold O. Bogart 

S. Grover Smith 

George H. Goodman 

E. Reed Wilson 

James D. Strickland. . 

W. Earl Fitzgerald 

Lawrence Farrell 

Jacob Zweedyk 

John F. Kessell 

Region IV 

Alexander Harris 

District Directors 

Sam J. Watkins _. 

Albert H. Collins 

James S. Thomas 

Rov M. Coffey. 

D. Elie McCord.. 

Rudolph E. Thorpe 

William Edgar Holeomb 

Theodore S. Johnson 

Leo William DriscoU 

Edward H. Talbert 

Carson Vaughan 

William C. Manley, Jr.. 

Bernard C. Goodwin 

J. Fulmer Bright 



Regional Administrator, Boston, Mass 

Hartford , Conn 

Augusta, Maine. 

Concord, N. H 

Providence, R. I 

Montpelier, Vt 



Regional Administrator, New York, N. Y 



Albany, N.Y 

Bingham ton, N. Y. 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Syracuse, N. Y 

Camden, N. J 

Newark, N. J 

Trenton, N.J 

Altoona, Pa... 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa... 

Seranton, Pa 

Williamsport, Pa... 

Baltimore, Md 

Wilmington, Del... 
Washington, D. C. 



Regional Administrator 

Deputy Regional Administrator. 



Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Cincinnati, Ohio... . 

Toledo, Ohio 

Charleston, W. Va 

Louisville, Ky 

Lexington, Ky 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Detroit, Mich 

Escanaba, Mich 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Saginaw, Mich 



Regional Administrator, Atlanta, Ga. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Montgomery, Ala- 
Miami, Fla 

Jacksonville, Fla.. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Savannah, Ga 

Jackson, Miss 

Raleigh, N. C 

Charlotte, N. C... 
Columbia, S. C... 
Nashville, Tenn... 
Memphis, Tenn... 

Roanoke, Va 

Richmond, Va 



Mass. 



Conn 

Maine.. 
N. H.... 

R.I 

Vt 



N. Y.... 



N.Y 

N.Y 
N.Y 
N.Y 
Pa.. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Md.. 
Del.. 
Md.. 



Ohio.... 
Ohio.... 



Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
W. Va. 
Ky..... 
Ky..... 
Ind.... 
Mich... 
Mich... 
Mich... 
Mich... 



Tenn... 



Ala 

Ala 

Fla 

Fla 

Ga 

Ga 

Miss... 
N. C... 
N. C... 
S. C... 
Tenn... 
Tenn... 

Va 

Va 



5th.... 



3d.... 
2d.... 
2d_... 
1st... 
At L 



16th... 



28th _. 
34th.. 
40th.. 
35th.. 
7th ._ 
12th.. 
4th... 
22d... 
31st-. 
21st.. 
3d-... 
10th.. 
12th-. 
4th--. 
At L- 
5th_-. 



22d. 
22d. 



22d- 
12th. 
2d... 
9th.. 
6th.. 
3d... 
6th.. 
nth. 
15th- 
11th- 
5th.. 
8th.. 



6th.. 
2d... 
4th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
1st.. 
7th.. 
4th.. 
10th. 
2d... 
6th.. 
10th. 
6th.. 
3d... 



$8, 000 



6,500 
5,800 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



,000 



6,400 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
5.600 
6,500 
5,800 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
6,750 
5,600 
6,500 



8,000 
8,000 



6,750 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
6.500 
6.750 
5,600 
6,750 
6,500 
4,600 
5,800 
5,600 



8,000 



6,500 
6,750 
6,500 
6, 500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,750 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,750 



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OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 




Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Regional Offices— Con. 
Region V 
W. A. Orth 



District Directors 



G. W. Thomasson. 

R. P.Hall 

H. O. Davis 

G. J. Fortier 

E. A. Speriky 

J. G. Callaway 

W. H. Bryan 

.1. N. Varnell 

B. O. Kirkpatrick_ 

J. H. Kiiltgen 

S.J. Tullv, Jr 

H. R. Gholson 

C. T. Giesen 



Region VI 



Rae E. Walters . 



District Directors 



Marion W. Isbell 

Herman Seheel (Acting) . 

Walter D. Kline 

Maurice E. Rawlings 

Patrick A. Burke 

Carel C. Koch (Acting).. 

John Aldrich 

Charles Smrha 

Harold W. Bangert 

Francis L. Earp 

Phil Griffin 

Harold Smith 

Edmund J. Wintersteen. 

Robert M. Harper 

Carter Jenkins 



Region VII 
Richard Y. Batterton__ 
District Directors 



James R. Sledge 

C. C. Anderson 

Lindsay M. A. Wass. 
John D. Bingaman... 

H. G. Ivins 

Melvin Rollins 



Region VIII 
Charles R. Baird 



District Directors 



Frank S. Balthis 

McDannel Brown... 

Robert B. Parks 

Arthur J. Krauss 

James H. Bradshaw_ 

Dave S. Cohn 

Jack H. Farrior 

Harrv W. Hill 

Gilbert McNeil 

Stewart O. Wicklin. 



Regional Administrator, Dallas, Tex. 



Dallas, Tex 

Little Rock, Ark 

Wichita, Kans 

New Orleans, La 

Shreveport, La 

Kansas City, Mo 

St. Louis, Mo 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Tulsa, Okla 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Houston, Tex 

Lubbock, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 



Regional Administrator, Chicago, Ill- 



Chicago Metropolitan Area. 

Peoria, 111 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Duluth, Minn 

St. Paul, Minn 

Omaha, Nebr 

North Platte, Nebr 

Fargo, N. Dak 

Green Bay, Wis 

LaCrosse, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Sioux, Falls, S. Dak 

Moline, 111 

Springfield, lU 



Regional Administrator, Denver, Colo. 



Denver, Colo 

Boise, Idaho 

Helena, Mont 

Albuquerque, N. Mex_ 
Salt Lake City, Utah.. 
Cheyenne, Wyo.. 



Regional Administrator, San Francisco, Calif 



Los Angeles, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Seattle, Wash 

Reno, Nev 

Spokane, Wash 

Fresno, Calif 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

Sacramento, Calif... 
LSan^Diego Calif 



Tex_. 

Tex.. 

Ark.. 
Kans 
La..- 
La... 
Mo.. 
Mo.. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 



lowa. 



m 

111 

Iowa... 
Iowa... 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Nebr... 
Nebr... 
N. Dak 

Wis 

Wis 

Wis 

S. Dak. 

Ill 

111 



Colo. 



Colo.... 
Idaho.. 
Mont... 
N. Mex, 
Utah..., 
Wvo.... 



Calif... 



Calif.. 
Oreg-. 

Calif-. 
Wash. 
Nev... 
Wash. 
Calif.. 
Ariz--. 
Calif.. 
Calif- . 



5th...- 



5th-. 
5th.-. 
4th... 
1st... 
4th... 
4th-.. 
12th-. 
5th-.. 
1st-.. 
11th-. 
8th... 
19th.. 
20th.. 



7th-. 



10th.. 
16th.. 
5th-.. 
8th— 
8th... 
5th— 
2d-.-. 
1st... 
AtL. 
8th— 
10th.. 
2d-... 
1st... 
14th_. 
21st-. 



1st. 



lst.._ 
2d—. 
1st-.. 
AtL- 
2d.... 
AtL. 



4th. 



20th.. 
3d-... 
4th.-. 
1st.-. 
AtL. 
5th... 
9th--. 
AtL. 
3d_... 
23d... 



$8, 000 



6,500 
6.500 
6,500 
6.500 
5,600 
6,500 
6, 500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
6,500 



W.O.C. 



w.o.c. 

4,600 
6,500 
4,600 
5, 600 
5,600 
5,600 
4,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5.600 
6,500 
5, 600 
5,600 
7,500 



8,000 



5,600 

W.o.c. 

5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



8,000 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5, 600 
5,600 



301 



OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Regional Offices— Con. 
Region IX 
James P. Davis 

Territorial Directors 

Mildred R. Hermann 

Gerald A. Barrett 

Sam P. Oilstrap 

Jacob A. Robles. 



Regional Administrator, Washington, D. C... 



Juneau, Alaska- 
Honolulu, T. H 
San Juan, P. R. 
Virgin Islands,. 



N. Y. 



Alaska. 
N. Y... 
Okla... 
V. I..-. 



29th... 



5th- 



$8,000 



6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
5,600 



OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES 



Director's Office 

Brig. Gen. William J. Dono- 
van. 

G. Edward Buxton 

Col. Donald M. Gregory 

Charles S. Cheston. 



Deputy Director 

Brig. Gen. John Magruder. 

Louis M. Ream 

Edward L. Bigelow ..- 

John E. O'Gara 



Ezecutiye Office 
Lt. Col. O. C. Doering, Jr---- 

Secretariat 
Alvah W. Sulloway 

General Counsel 
Lt. James B. Donovan 

Planning Group 

Col. D. K. E. Bruce 

Planning Staff 
Kenneth W. Hinks- 

Naval Command 
Capt. Ward P. Davis 



Headquarters and 
Headquarters Detachment 



Col. OttoQ. Pitz 

Communications 

Col. L. W. Lowman 

Field Photographic 

Comdr. John Ford 

Presentation 
H. C. Barton, Jr. 



Director. 



Assistant Director 

Chief, Pacific Coast Area. 
Assistant Director 



Deputy Director. 

do 

do 

do 



Executive Officer. 



Chief. 



-do. 



-do. 



-do- 



Commanding OfTicer- 



-do- 



Chief. 



.do. 



.do. 



N. Y-... 


40th... 


R. I 

Calif.... 
Pa 


1st 

5th.... 
17th... 


D. C-. - 




R.I 

Mass 

N. Y.... 


2d 

10th.. _ 

ISt.--. 


N. Y.... 


1st 


N. H.... 


2d 


N. Y-... 


23d..._ 


Va 


6th.... 


lU 


9th.... 


Md 


5th.... 


Wis 


8th.... 


Conn... 


4th.... 


Calif.-.. 


16th... 


Mass.... 


2d 



(') 

$9, 000 
(') 
8,000 



(■) 

8,500 

8,000 

W.O.C. 



(') 

4,600 

(') 

(') 

8,000 

(') 

(') 
(') 
(') 
8,000 



' See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



302 



OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


Mass 


9th.... 


D. C... 




Ohio 


22d.... 


N. Y.... 


9th.... 


Wis 


4th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


D. C. 




Tex 


10th... 


N. Y.... 


1st.... 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Research and Analysis 

Dr. William L. Langer 

Foreign Nationalities 

Bjarne Braatoy. 

Chief Surgeon 

Col. Sylvester C. Missal 

Personnel Procurement 

Lt. Comdr. B. W. Antell.... 

Budget and Procedures 

John A. Stacy 

Procurement and Supply 

Martin McHugh 

Fiscal 

Lt. K. E. Woodring.... 

Civilian Personnel 
William C. McCutcheon, Jr. 

Reproduction 
Major R. J. Lefebvre 



Chief- 



.do. 



-do. 



-do. 



Acting Chief. 



Chief. 



-do. 



-do- 



.do- 



$8,000 

8,000 

(') 

(>) 

5,600 

6,500 

(') 

5,600 
(>) 



1 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION AND RECONVERSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAMK 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Office of War Mobilization 
and Reconversion 

Office of the Director 

Fred M. Vinson 


Director 


Ky 

S. C 

Ky 

Ky 

111 

Md 

Ark 

Ohio 

N. Y-... 
Mich.... 
Conn... 

Va 

Ky 


8th.... 
4th.... 
6th.... 
8th.... 
16th.-. 

6th.... 
5th.... 

3d 

17th... 

2d 

4th.... 
8th.... 
6th.... 


$15,000 


Donald Russell . . 


Deputy Director 


10,000 


Edward F. Prichard, Jr 


General Counsel 


9,000 


Paul L. Kelley 


Special Assistant to Director . 


7,500 


Wilbur R. Lester 


do 


7,500 


Office of the Deputy Director 
for Agriculture 

John B. Hutson . 


Deputy Director for Agriculture 


10,000 


Edwin D. White 


Assistant Deputy Du-ector for Agriculture 

Deputy Director for Reconversion 


8,250 


Office of the Deputy Director 
for Reconversion 

Robert R. Nathan 


10, 000 


Staff 
Fred Searls 


Chief of Production Liaison and Coordination. 
Chief of Manpower Liaison and Coordination- 
Chief of Planning and Statistics 


(•) 


William Haber 


9,000 


J. Anthony Panuch 


8,250 


Joseph A. Livingston 


Chief of Information and Reports 


8,250 


James N. W. McClure. 


Chief of Administrative Management 


4,600 



• Serves without compensation. 



303 



OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION AND RECONVERSION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of War Mobilization 
and Reconversion — Con. 



Advisory Board 



O. Max Gardner 

William H. Davis 

Anna M. Rosenberg. 

William Green 

Philip Murray 

T. C. Cashen 

Edward A. O'Neal... 

James G. Patton 

Albert S. Qoss 

Eric A. Johnston 

George H. Mead 

Nathaniel Dyke, Jr. . 



Chairman. 
Member. . 
do 



.do. 
.do_ 
.do. 
.do_ 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Office of Contract Settlement 

Office of the director 



Robert H. Hi^italey. 

Roger L. Putnam 

Martin Taitel 

William A. Bartle..-. 
Lt. Col. H. C. Rose.. 



Director. 

Deputy Director 

Special Assistant to Director. 

Chief of Coordination ... 

Special Assistant Director 



Appeal Board 



Robert S. Stevens 

George O. May 

Lawrence E. Hartwig. 



Chairman. 
Member.. 
do 



General Counsel 



Edward H. Foley... 
Robert F. Doolittle. 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel. 



Accounting 

J. Harold Stewart 

Weston Rankin 



Assistant Director for Accounting. 
Accounting Associate 



Financing 

Frank E. McKinney. 
F. K. Trask 



Assistant Director for Financing. 
Financing Associate 



Property and Plant 
Clearance 

John F. Thomas 

Progress and Statistics 

Raymond T. Bowman 

Joseph A. Zettler 

Public Information 

Walter F. Wiener. 

Organization Methods and 
Procedures 

Kenneth C. Tiffany 

Administrative 

Edwin J. Madill.. .Assistant Director for Administration. 



N. C... 


11th... 


N. Y.... 


18th... 


N. Y.... 


17th... 


Ohio 


17th... 


Pa 


31st..- 


N. Y.... 


42d.... 


Ala 


8th.-.. 


Colo 


1st.... 


Wash... 


1st.... 


Wash... 


5th-... 


Ohio 


3d 


Ark 


5th.... 



Assistant Director for Plant Clearance 

Chief, Progress and Statistics 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Public Information 



Chief, Organization Methods and Procedures . 



Utah. 
Mass. 

ni.... 

Va... 



N. Y. 

Conn. 
Mich. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 



Mass. 
N. Y. 



Ind. 
Pa.. 



Pa.... 
Ohio.. 



N. Y.-.. 



1st... 
2d__-. 
15th.. 
8th-. 



39th... 

4th_ 

llth... 



35th. 
19th. 



10th. 
5th.. 



nth. 

30th. 



21st. 



6th.. 
19th. 



28th.. 



Mich.... 15th... 



Mich..-! nth. 



$12, 000 
10, 000 
8,000 
8,000 
(«) 



10,000 

1 

10. 000 



,000 
,000 



,000 
,000 



,000 
,000 



8,000 



8,250 
8,000 



8,000 



,000 



4,600 

2 Receives compensation of $25 per diem for each day spent in actual meetings of Board or at conferences 
lield upon the call of the Director. 
' Salary received as Economic Stabilization Director. 

* Salary received as Regional Director, War Manpower Commission, New York. 
5 Salary received from Smaller War Plants Corporation as $1 per year consultant. 
9 See Army pay table in appendix of Official Register. 



304 



OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION AND RECONVERSION 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Surplus Property Board 

Guy M. Gillette.. 

Robert A. Hurley 

Edward H. Heller 


Chairman 


Iowa 

Conn 

Calif.... 

Kans 

Conn 


8th.... 
4th.._. 
4th.... 
4th.... 


$12,000 
12, 000 


.. do 


12, 000 


Alfred E. Howse 


Administrator . 

GpneiRJ HnnnsAl 


(') 
10, 000 


Retraining and Reemploy- 
ment Administration 

Frank T. Hines 

Lt. Col. Benjamin M. Colder. 

Chesley W. Bailey 


Administrator 

Acting Assistant Administrator in Charge of 
Reemployment. 

Executive Assistant to the Administrator 

General Counsel 


Utah.... 


2d 




Ky 

N. Y.. . 


2d 

27th... 


(8) 

8,000 







I Serves without compensation. 
« See Army pay table in appendix of OfHcial Register. 
' Salary received as Administrator of Veterans Affairs. 
8 Detailed from the Veterans Administration. 



THE PANAMA CANAL 



Executive Department 

Maj. Gen. Joseph C. Me- 
hafley. 

Col. Frank H. Wang 

Paul A. Bentz 

Cambridge M. Lupfer 

Ernst A. Erbe 

Alfred H. Mohr 

Crede U. Calhoun 

Seymour Paul 

Ben M. Williams 

James H. Smith 

Richard G. Taylor :. 

A. Oren Meyer.. 

Col. Albert C. Foulk 

Col. Hugh A. Kelly 

Department of Operation 
and Maintenance 

Brig. Gen. Francis K. New- 
comer. 

Col. James G. Steese 

Edwin E. Abbott 

Edward S. Randolph 

Lt. Col. Edward M. Browder, 

Jr. 
Lt. Col. William D. Holland. 
Lt. Col. Raymond C. Judd.. 

Albert C. Garlington 

Ellis D. Stillwell - 

George W. Green 

John G. Claybourn 

Augustus C. Medinger 

Commodore Stewart A. 

Manahan. 
Lt. Comdr. Alexander W. 
Weir. 



Governor, The Panama Canal. 



Executive Secretary. 

General Counsel 

Assistant Executive Secretary... 
Special Assistant to Governor. .. 
Collector, The Panama Canal.. . 
Chief, Division of Civil Affairs.. 

Director of Personnel 

Superintendent of Schools 

Paymaster, The Panama Canal. 

Director of Clubhouses^ 

Chief, Police and Fire Division. 

Chief, Aeronautics Section 

Military Assistant to Governor, 



Engineer of Maintenance . 



Assistant Engineer of Maintenance- 
Supervising Engineer 

Principal Engineer 

Planning E ngineer 



do 

do 

Electrical Engineer 

Superintendent, Lock Operating Division 

Municipal Engineer 

Superintendent, Dredging Division 

Assistant Superintendent Dredging Division. 
Marine Superintendent 



Assistant to INIarine Superintendent. 



Ohio.... 



N. Y. 

Nebr. 
N. Y. 
Kans. 
Ind.. 
Ind.. 
Va._. 
N. C. 
Calif. 
Ga... 



Va..-. 
N.J.. 



Tex_. 
lowa. 
La... 
Calif. 



Tex 

Iowa 

S. C 

N. Y...- 

Pa 

Minn... 
D. C... 
Fla 



N. Y- 



4th.. 

29th_ 
1st.. 
20th. 
3d_.. 
7th. _ 
4th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
5th-. 



1 Includes U. S. Army pay; see Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
' See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

3 Includes U. S. Navy pay; see Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
* See Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



8th.. 
10th. 



20th. 
1st.. 
6th. _ 
19th. 

20fh. 
1st.. 
.3d... 
20th. 
15th. 
1st.. 



5th.. 
24th. 



> $10, 000 

I 8, 500 
7,500 
6,500 
6,250 
6,750 
6,500 
6,250 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,750 

m 
(2) 



1 9, 000 

1 8, 000 
8,250 
7,750 

m 

7,750 
6, 750 

7,750 

8,000 

7,000 

3 8, 500 

(*) 



305 

THE PANAMA CANAL 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Department of Operation 
and Maintenance — Con. 

Captain Alexander F. Junker 
Capt. Harry L. Ferguson, Jr. 

Frederick deV. Sill 

Warren G. Schultz 

George W. Penseyres.. 

Captain Antonio S. Pitre 

Lt. Comdr. Frederick H. 
TJlake 

Edward F. Welch 

William H. Butler 



Supply Department 



Col. Lew AV. Lewis. 

Lewis B. Moore 

Edward Spearman.. 
Milton A. Smith 



Samuel Grier. 



Theodore A. .\anstoos. 

B>TonT. Carr 

George H. Cassell 

Arthur H. Long 



Accounting Department 



Arnold Bruckner 

Ira L. Wright 

Robert A. Patterson. 
Chester B. Johnson.. 
George C. Thurgood. 
Wallace B. Ames 



Health Department 

Brig. Gen. Henry C. Dooling 
Col. Albert R. Dreisbach... 
Surgeon Clarence H. Waring 
Col. Wilmer C. Dreibelbies. 

Col. William Kraus 

Col. George E. Hesner 

Lt. Col. Jesse C. Ellington.. 

Lt. Col. Jesse L. Bvrd. 

Dr. John D. Odom" 

Dr. Philip Horwitz.. 



Magistrates Courts 



Clarence G. Decker 

Edward I. P. Tatelman. 



Washington, D. C. Office 



Bernard F. Burdick. 
James C. Hughes 



Ralph E. Ramsey... 
Grandison G. Allen. 

Floyd B. Heimer 

Phil P. Greenwood-. 



Captain of the Port, Cristobal 

Captain of the Port, Balboa 

Director of Admeasurement _ _ 

Inspector of Hulls and Boilers 

Pilot-in-chaige, Lighthouse Subdivision. 
Superintendent, Mechanical Division... 
Assistant Superintendent 



Production Superintendent. 
do 



Pa_... 

Md... 
N. y.. 
Pa..„ 
N. Y.. 
Conn. 
Wash. 

W. Va 



Chief Quartermaster 

Assistant Chief Quartermaster 

General Superintendent, Building Division... 
Superintendent, Storehouses and Oil Handling 

Plants. 
Superintendent, Motor Transportation Divi- 
sion. 

Printer, The Panama Canal 

District Quartermaster, Ancon-Balboa 

District Quartermaster, Cristobal-Gatun 

District Quartermaster, Pedro Miguel-Gam- 
boa. 



Comptroller, The Panama Canal. 

A.ssistant Comptroller 

Chief Accountant 

C hief Examiner 

Claim Officer 

Railroad Accountant 



Miss. 
111.... 
N. Y_ 
Pa... 



lowa. 

N. Y_ 
Ohio. 
Calif., 
Mass. 



Pa... 
Pa... 
N. J_. 

N. Y_ 
Ind.. 
Mass. 



Chief Health Officer 

Assistant Chief Health Officer. 

Chief Quarantine Officer 

Superintendent, Gorgas Hospital 

Superintendent, Colon Hospital 

Superintendent, Corozal Hospital 

Health Officer of Panama City-Ancon. 

Health Officer of Cristobal-Colon 

Quarantine Officer, Balboa 

Quarantine Officer, Cristobal... 



N.J. 



Miss.. 
N. C. 
D. C_ 
Iowa., 
Tenn. 
Ga... 
Ala.-, 
N. Y. 



Magistrate, Balboa 

Magistrate, Cristobal. 



Chief of Office and General Purchasing Officer- 
Assistant Chief of Office and Assistant Gen- 
eral Purchasing Officer. 

Attorney 

Assistant Comptroller 

Assistant to the Chief of Office 

Inspecting Engineer 



Minn. 



Ala. 
Ky. 



Iowa. 
Ky_.. 
Md_. 
Md.. 



29th. 
2d... 
28th. 
5th.. 
25th. 
3d... 
6th.. 

Isi 



8th.. 
5th.. 
31st. 
26th. 

2d.-. 



19th. 
13th. 
21st. 
16th. 



27th. 
23d.. 
7th.. 
39th_ 

7th.. 
13th. 



6th.. 
8th.. 



2d... 
1st.. 
5th.. 
3d_.. 
10th- 



7th. 
5th. 

5th. 
1st. 
5th. 
5th. 



(<) 

w 

$6,500 

4,500 

6,140 

3 8, 000 

3 5, 750 

7,000 
6,000 



1 8, 000 
7, 250 
6,250 
6,250 

5, 940 

5, 250 
4,500 
4,250 
4,000 



8,250 
7,250 
5,750 
4,000 
4,500 
4,375 



» 8, 000 

(») 
s 5, 750 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 

(n 

6,000 
5,250 



5,000 
5,000 



8,360 
6,750 

5,800 
5,600 
5,200 
6,200 



1 Includes U. S. Army pay; see Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

2 See Army pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 

3 Includes U. S. Navy pay; see Navy pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 
* See Navy pay tables in appendix of Otficial Register. 

' U. S. Public Health Service pay only. 



306 



PETROLEUM ADMINISTRATION FOR WAR 



Office of Deputy Petroleum 
Administrator 



Ralph K. Davies... 
Bernice Kirschlmg. 



Herbert C. Ide 

Edmund W. Littlefield. 



John W. Frey 

Max W. Ball 

Adolph H. Levy. 
Elmer E. Batzell. 



Staff Officers 

William H. Newman.. 
Robert E. Kardwicke, 

George E. Dewey 

Thomas J. Quinn 



Service Divisions 



Elnathan J. Skidmore. 
William K. McCoy... 

Claude P. Parsons 

Howard W. Page 

Ludwig Caminita, Jr_. 
Edward B. Swanson.. 



Domestic Operating Divisions 



Walter Hochuli. 
James E. Pew... 



John R. McWilliams. 

Alfred P. Frame 

George A. Wilson 



Foreign Operating Divisions 



C. Stribling Snodgrass. 

William B. Heroy 

Roy F. Hawkins.. 



District Offices 



Charles L. Harding... 

Edward J. Bullock 

William M. Averill... 

Michael J. Foley 

Herbert R. Gallagher. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Deputy Petroleum Administrator 

Personal Assistant to the Deputy Petroleum 

Administrator. 
Executive Assistant to the Deputy Petroleum 

Administrator. 
Special Assistant to the Deputy Petroleum 

Administrator, 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
-do. 



Executive Officer 

Chief Counsel. _.. 

Manpower Counselor. 
Executive Secretary... 



Director, .Administrative Division. . 
Director, Facility Security Division. 

Director, Materials Division 

Director, Program Division. __ 

Director, Public Relations Division. 
Director, Research Division 



Director, Distribution and Marketing Division 
Director, Natural Gas and Natural Gasoline 
Division. 

Director, Production Division 

Director, Refining Division 

Director, Supply and Transportation Division. 



Director, Foreign Refining Division 

Director, Foreign Production Division 

Director, Foreign Supply and Distribution 
Division. 



District Director In Charge, New York, N. Y. 

District Director In Charge, Chicago, 111 

District Director In Charge, Houston, Tex 

District Director In Charge, Denver, Colo 

District Director In Charge, Los Angeles, Calif 



Legal residence 



State 



Calif.. 
Minn. 



Calif.... 
Calif.... 



Wis.. 
Colo. 
Calif. 
D. C. 



Pa... 
Tex.. 
Ind.. 

N. Y. 



Va... 
Pa... 
Okla. 
N. Y. 
Pa... 
Wash 



111 

W. Va 

Okla.. 
N.J... 
La.... 



W. Va. 
Tex.... 

N. Y... 



N. Y. 

HL... 

Tex.. 
Wyo. 
Calif. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



8th.. 
8th.. 



6th. 
4th. 



2d.... 
1st... 
15th.. 



8th... 
12th. _ 
1st... 
28th.. 



8th... 
29th. _ 
6th... 
1st... 
10th.. 
6th.. _ 



10th. 
2d... 



1st.. 
7th.. 
4th.. 



2d... 
8th.. 
19th. 



1st... 
6th... 
14th.. 
AtL. 
8th... 



THE PRESIDENT'S WAR RELIEF CONTROL BOARD 



Joseph E. Davies 

Charles P. Taft 

Charles Warren 

Melvin D. Hildreth... 

James Brunot 

.\rthur C. Ringland 

Judson C. Dickerman. 
Kathaleen C. Arneson. 



Chairman... 

Member of Board 

do 

General Counsel.. 

Executive Director 

Assistant Executive Director. 

Consultant 

Program Assistant 



Fla 

Ohio.... 
D. C... 


4th.... 
1st.-.. 


D. C ... 




Conn. . . 

Md 

Va 

S. Dak.. 


4th.... 
6th.... 
8th.... 
1st-... 



• Serves without compensation 

' Serves part time. Compensated only when actually employed. 



307 



RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Office of Board Members 



Murray W. Latimer. 

Frank C. Squire 

Julius G. Luhrsen 

Mary B. Linkins 

James N. Haviland.. 

John F. Collins 

Charles L. Culkin 

David Kessler 



Chairman. 
Member... 
do. 



Office of Executive Officer 



Robert H. LaMotte 

Frank J. McKenna (Acting). 

William A. Rooksbery 

Edward T. Hyland 



Office of Washington 
Representative 



Charles L. Hodge 

Office of General Counsel 



Myles F. Gibbons. - 
David B. Schreiber. 



Office of General Auditor 

Carl W. Benecke (Acting) 

Office of Director of Research 

Walter Matscheck 

Appeals Council 
Frank'H. Hursey... 



Office of Director of 
Personnel 

V. Paul Carney 

Office of Director of Finance 

Paul R. Langdon.. 

Office of Supply and Service 

Harvey O. Lytle 

Bureau of Retirement Qaims 

John W. Callender 

Arwid R. Wells 

Joseph B. Mosteller 

Patrick C. Howe 

William B. ConneU.. 

Bureau of Employment and 
Claims 



Horace L. Carter.. 
Donald M. Smith. 



Bureau of Wage and Service 
Records 

George F. Pusack 

Richard N. Johnakin.. 

Cameron M. Coble.. 

Frank A. Soch 

John G. Johnson. 

654092—45 21 



Secretary of the Board. 
Administrative Officer . 

do. 

do 

Librarian 



Executive Officer. 

Chief Administrative Analyst- 
Chief Liaison Officer. 

Executive Assistant. 



Washington Representative, Washington, 
D. C. 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel. 



General Auditor. 



Director of Research. 



Chairman, Appeals Council. 



Director of Personnel 

Director of Finance 

Chief of Supply and Service 

Director 

Chief Adjudicator 

Chief of Administrative Services 

C hief of Authorization 

Chairman, Disability Board 



Director.. 

Assistant Director- 



Director _ 

Chief of Operating Services 

Chief of Registration 

Chief of Mechanical Operations 
Chief of Accounts and Control. 



N. Y. 
111.... 
111.... 
111.... 
N. Y. 
111..- 
111.-.. 
Conn. 



Conn- 
N. Y.. 

Ark... 

N. Y-. 



14th. 
lOth. 
10th. 
7th.. 
33d.. 
10th. 

nth. 

4th.. 



5th.. 
24th. 
5th.. 
24th _ 



Mo- 



Pa.... 
Ohio.. 



HI. 



Mo- 



Fla- 



Ohio-.. 



Ohio.... 



m. 



Minn- 
Calif-. 
Ky.... 
Iowa.. 
Ill 



10th. 
1st.. 



Sth. 



5th.-.. 



1st 



1st 



12th. 



10th... 



3d.- 
2d... 
9th.- 
6th.- 
10th. 



111.... 
N. H. 



Mich. 
Va.„. 
Ga.... 
111..... 
Md... 



9th.. 
1st... 



13th. 
2d... 
5th.. 



6th.... 



$10,000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
4,200 
4,600 
4,800 
4,800 
3,500 



8,000 
4,600 
7,250 
4,600 



7,500 



8,000 
7.500 



4,600 
8,250 
5,400 

5,000 
5,600 
3,800 



6,500 
5,600 
4,800 
3,800 
5,600 



6,750 
5,800 



5,600 
4,600 
3,200 
2,900 
3,600 



308 

RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Regional Officea 

Hampden H. Dashiell- -- 




Miss 

111 


7th.... 


$5, 600 


Regional Director, New York, N. Y. 


6,400 




Regional Director, Cleveland, Ohio 


Conn... 

Mich 

Tex 

Pa 

Minn... 

Ariz 

Calif.... 


3d 

15th... 
5th.... 
7th.... 

2d 

At L_. 
15th... 


6,000 


Rutiierford T. Taylor_ 


Regional Director, Chicago, 111 _ 

Regional Director, Dallas, Tex 


6,200 
6,400 




Regional Director, Kansas City, Mo 


6,400 


Harris O Pett - . 


Regional Director, Minneapolis, Minn 

Regional Director, Denver, Colo 


6,400 




5,800 


Walter J. Macklin 


Regional Director, San Francisco, Calif 


6,000 



SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

PHILADELPHIA 3, PENNSYLVANIA 



Members of the Commission 



Ganson Purcell 

Robert E. Healy 

Sumner T. Pike 

Robert K. McConnaughey. 
James J. Caflrey 



Staff Officers 



Orval L. DuBois... 
Leslie T. Fournier. 
Philipp L. Charles. 



Opinion Writing Office 



Robert M. Blair-Smith. 
Nathan D. Lobell 



Office of the Solicitor 



Roger S. Foster 

Milton V. Freeman. 

Robert S. Rubin 

Theodore L. Thau.. 



Office of the Chief 
Accountant 



William W. Werntz. 
Earle C. King 



Corporation Finance Division 



Baldwin B. Bane.. 

Andrew Jackson 

Harry Heller 

Edward T. McCormick. 
Ernest W. Ramspeck... 

Byron D. Woodside 

Edward H. Cashion 



Public Utilities Division 



Milton H. Cohen 

Donald C. Cook 

Ralph T. McElvenny. 

George O. Spencer 

Morton E. Yohalem... 

George Sprague, Jr 

David K. Kadane 



Trading and Exchange 
Division 



James A. Treanor, Jr 

Walter C. Louchheim, Jr. 

Anthon H. Lund 

Olga M. Steig 



Chairman 

Commissioner. 
....do 



.do- 
.do. 



Secretary 

Special Assistant to the Commission. 
Director of Personnel 



Executive Assistant. 
Special Assistant 



Solicitor 

Assistant Solicitor, 
do- 



Special Assistant. 



Chief Accoimtant 

Assistant Chief Accountant. 



Director of Division 

Associate Director of Division. 
Assistant Director of Division. 
do 



.do. 
.do. 



Counsel to the Qorporation Finance Division. 



Director of Division 

Assistant Director of Division. 
do. 



.do. 



Counsel to the Public Utilities Division. 

Assistant Chief Accountant 

Special Counsel 



Director of Division 

Assistant Director of Division. 

do.... 

do 



N. Y... 

Vt 

Maine . 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 



Va... 
Pa... 
Ohio. 



N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 



Conn. 
N. Y. 
N. Y.. 

in..... 



Conn. 
Pa... 

Va... 
N. H. 
N. Y. 
Ariz.. 
Ga... 
Pa... 
N. Y. 



Wis... 
Mich.. 
Pa.... 
Maine 
N. Y.. 
N.J... 
N. Y.. 



Mass... 
D. C... 
Utah... 
Wis...- 



40th... 
At. L. 
3d.-... 
3d-.... 
25th... 



8th.. 
17th. 
12th. 



14th 
2d... 

3d .. 
23d. 
19th 
2d... 



3d... 
21st. 



8th... 
2d.... 
12th.. 
At L. 
5th... 
10th.. 
28th.. 



5th... 
11th. . 
17th.. 
2d.-.. 
17th.. 
14th.. 
17th.. 



10th. 



309 

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Trading and Exchange 

Division— Continued 

Raymond Vernon... 

Louis Loss 

Michael J. LaPaduIa 

Edward E. Laufer.. 

Administrative Division 

Hastings P. Avery... 

James J. Riordan 

Regional Administrators 

Peter T. Byrne 

Paul R. Rowen 

William Green. 

Charles J. Odenweller, Jr.. 

Thomas B. Hart 

Oran H. Allred 

John L. Geraghty 

Howard A. Judy 

Day Karr 

William M. Malone... 



Assistant to the Director 

Counsel to the Trading and Exchange Divl 
sion. 

Assistant Chief Accountant 

Technical Consultant 

Director of Division 

Budget OfBcer and Assistant Director of Divi 
sion. 



Zone 1— New York, N. Y... 

Zone 2— Boston, Mass 

Zone 3— Atlanta, Ga 

Zone 4— Cleveland, Ohio 

Zone 5 — Chicago, 111 

Zone 6— Fort Worth, Tex.. . 

Zone 7— Denver, Colo 

Zone 8— San Francisco, Calif 

Zone 9 — Seattle, Wash 

Zone 10— Baltimore, Md 



Pa. 
Pa. 



N. Y.... 
N. Y.-.. 



Ark. 
Md. 



N. Y.... 

Mass 

Tenn.... 
Ohio.-.. 

Ill 

Tex 

Mont... 
Calif.... 
Wash... 
Tex 



17th. 
10th. 



4th.. 
6th.. 



6th. 
6th- 



17th. 
9th.. 
4th.. 
22d-. 
10th- 
12th- 
1st.- 
5th.. 
1st-. 
4th.- 



$6, 500 
7,500 

6,750 
6,750 



6,000 
5,000 



9,000 
6,500 
7,500 
6,500 
7,500 
6,750 
6,500 
7,000 
6,500 
6,500 



NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 



Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey. 

Col. Carlton S. Dargusch 

Col. John D. Langston 

Col. Lewis F. Kosch 

Col. Francis V. Keesling, Jr.. 
Col. Campbell C. Johnson... 

Col. George H. Hafer 

Col. John N. Andrews .- 

Col. Joseph B. Mitchell 

Col. James T. Coatsworth 

Col. Bayard S. Shumate 

Col. Edmund H. Jones 

Col. Edward A. Fitzpatrick.. 
Col. Richard P. Davidson... 
Lt. Col. Robert H. Owens... 
Capt. D. S. Howard, USNR. 
Lt. Col. Joseph H. Berry, Jr. 

Col. Richard H. Eanes 

Lt. Col. Charles A. Fuller. ... 

Col. Victor J. O'Kelliher 

Col. William Hart 

Col. Gareth N. Brainerd 

Col. Joseph B. Mitchell 

Mr. Angus J. Gallagher 

Col. George H. Hafer.. 

Col. George H. Baker 

Col. Leonard G. Rowntree 
(Inact. res.). 

Mr. Kenneth H. McGill 

Col. Emmett G. Solomon 

Col. Victor I. Morrison 

Capt. B. S. Killmaster, USN 
Col. Jefferson J. Graves 



Director.. 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director, Presidential Appeals and 
Advisory. 

Assistant Director, Camp Operations.. 

Chief Liaison and Legislative Officer 

Executive Assistant to Director 

General Counsel 

Postwar .Activities Officer 

Budget Officer 

Chief Information Officer.. 

Planning Officer 

Adjutant General 

Editor 

Presidential Appeals Officer 

Educational Consultant 

Special Assignments Officer 

do 

Medical Consultant.. 

Chief, Appointments and Personnel Division.. 

Head Archivist 

Chief, Communications and Records Division. 

Chief, Field Division 

Chief, Finance and Supply Division 

Chief, Headquarters Division 

Chief, Legal Division. 

Chief, Manpower Division 

Chief, Medical Division... 



Chief, Research and Statistics 

Chief, Veterans Personnel Division. 

Director, Marine Corps Liaison 

Director, Navy Liaison 

War Department Liaison Officer 



Ind. 



Ohio. 



Pa- 



Mich— 



4th.... 



19th.. 



2d. 



14th„. 



(') 
(') 
(') 

0) 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
« 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 

$6, 500 
(') 
(') 
6,000 

6,500 

« 

(') 

(') 

(') 



• See Army (or Navy, or Marine Corps) pay tables in appendix of Official Register. 



310 
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

The Smithsonian Institution was created by act of Congress in 1846, under the terms of the will of James 
Smithson, an Englishman, who in 1829 bequeathed his fortune to the United States to found, at Washington, 
under the name of the "Smithsonian Institution," an establishment for the "increase and diffusion of 
knowledge among men." The Smithsonian fund has been increased by other bequests and gifts. The 
institution is legally an establishment having as its members the President of the United States, the Vice 
President, the Chief Justice, and the President's Cabinet. It is governed by a board of regents consisting 
of the Vice President, the Chief Justice, 3 Members of the United States Senate. 3 Members of the House of 
Representatives, and 6 citizens of the United States appointed by joint resolution of Congress, all of whom 
serve without compensation. The Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is its executive officer and the 
director of its activities. 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Office of the Secretary 

Alexander Wetmore 

John E. Graf 

Harry W. Dorsey 

Nicholas W. Dorsey 

Webster P. True 

Leila F. Clark _... 

Bertha T. Carwithen 

Branches Under Direction 
of Smithsonian Institution 

U. S. National Museum 

Frank M. Setzler 

Waldo L. Schmitt 

Ray S. Bassler 

Carl W. Mitman 

Theodore T. Belote 

Bureau of American 
Ethnology 

Matthew W. Stirling.. 

Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr 

International Exchanges 

Harry W. Dorsey.. 

National Zoological Park 

William M. Mann. 

Ernest P. Walker 

Astrophysical Observatory 

Loyal B. Aldrich 

Earl S. Johnston 



National Collection of 
Fine Arts 



RuelP. Tolman 

Freer Qallery of Art 
Archibald G. Wenley 



Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Administrative Assistant to the Secretary 

Treasurer and Administrative Accounting 
Officer. 

Chief, Editorial Division 

Librarian 

Personnel Officer . 



Head Curator, Department of Anthropology. 

Head Curator, Department of Biology 

Head Curator, Department of Geology 

Head Curator, Department of Engineering 

and Industries. 
Curator, Division of History 



Chief.. 

Assistant Chief- 

Acting Chief.. 

Director 

Assistant Director. 

Director 

Assistant Director, in Charge of Division of 
Radiation and Organisms. 



Kans 

Calif.... 

Md 

D. C .- 


2d 

12th... 
5th_... 


Va 

D. C .- 


8th-.. 


Va 


8th.... 



Ohio... 
D. C_.. 
Ohio... 
Pa 



13th... 



2d._. 
21st. 



Va. 



Calif.... 
Colo.... 


6th...- 
1st 


Md 


5th_... 


Mont... 
Alaska. - 


lst..._ 


Wis 

Md 


5th__.. 
5th-. _ 



Acting Director. 



D. C. 



Director. 



National Oallery of Art ( Under 
the Direction of Board of 
Trustees, National Oallery 
of Art) 

The Chief Justice of the 
United States. 

The Secretary of State 

The Secretary of the Treas- 
ury. 

• Paid from Smithsonian fund. 

2 Paid from "Salaries and Expenses, Smithsonian Institution" appropriations, and Smithsonian funds. 

' Paid from Smithsonian fund and Library of Congress appropriations. 

« Serves without compensation. 



Member of Board of Trustees (Chairman). 



Member of Board of Trustees. 
do 



311 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAUE 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen-, 
sation 


Branches Under Direction 
of Smithsonian Institution — 

Continued 

National Gallery of Art— Con. 
The Secretary of the Smith- 


Member of Board of Trustees 






(<) 


sonian Institution. 


do 






(•) 
0) 




... do 






Duncan Phillips 


do 






(*) 




do .- - 






W 


Chester Dale .... . 


.... do 






(4) 




President 






(<) 


Ferdinand L. Belin 


Vice President 


' 




(4) 


Huntington Cairns 


Secretary -Treasurer 






(S) 


David E. Finlev 


Director 






(') 


Harrv A. McBride .. 


Administrator.- . 






(5) 




General Counsel 






(') 


John Walker 


Chief Curator 






W 


MacgiU James 


Assistant Director 






(S) 













* Serves without compensation. 

' Paid from endowment funds. National Gallery of Art. 



U. S. TARIFF COMMISSION 



Commission Members 



Oscar B. Ryder 

Lynn R. Edminster. 

George Z. Barnes 

Edgar B. Brossard... 

E. Dana Durand 

George McGill 



Secretary 

Sidney Morgan 

Eben M. Whitcomb-. 

Executive Officer 

Lawrence W. Moore 

Directive and Advisory 

Eben M. Whitcomb 

Loyle A. Morrison , 



Eben M. Whitcomb.. 

Louis S. Ballif. 

Edwin G. Martin 

Benjamin B. Wallace. 



Scientific and Technical 



Ben D. Dorfman 

Loyle A. Morrison 

W. A. Graham Clark. 

J. Mark Albertson 

Paul F. Burnham 

James H. Hibben 

Oscar A. Juve 

F. Morton Leonard... 
Franklin H. Smith 



Commissioner, Chairman 

Commissioner, Vice Chairman. 

Commissioner 

do 

do 

do 



Secretary and Budget OfScer (in military 

service) . 
Acting Secretary 



Executive Officer. 



Chairman, Planning and Reviewing Com- 
mittee. 
Vice Chairman, Planning and Reviewing 
Committee. 

Director of Investigation. 

Chief, Technical Service 

General Counsel 

Advisor on International Trade Policies. 



Chief Economist 

Chief, Economies Division 

Chief, Textile Division 

Chief, Ceramics Division 

Chief, Sundries Division 

Chief, Chemical Division 

Chief, Agricultural Division... 

Chief, Metals Division 

Chief, Lumber and Paper Division. 



8,000 
8,000 
7,000 
6,750 
6,500 
6,750 
6,750 
6,750 
6,750 

1 Under the terms of the Independent Offices Appropriation Act the basic salaries of Commissioners 
were temporarily reduced to $1C,000 per annum. 

2 Salary received as Director of Investigation. 

3 Salary received as Chief, Economics Division. 



Va 


8th.... 


Ill 


16th ... 


111 


]6th_.. 


Utah.-.. 


1st.... 


Minn 


5th.... 


Kans 




Pa. 


9th.... 


Maine... 


2d 


Ark 


4th.... 


Maine... 


2d 


N. Y.... 




Maine... 


2d 


Idaho... 


6th.... 


Md 


2d 


D. C... 




Oreg 




N. Y . 




N. C... 


4th.-.. 


Ind 


6th... _ 


Utah.... 


2d 


N.J..... 


4th.-.. 


Wis 


2d 


D. C... 




Pa 


6th.... 



1 $11, 000 
11,000 
11,000 
11, 000 
11,000 
11,000 



7, 500 
6,500 



(2) 
(') 

8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
7,000 



u. s. 



312 

TARIFF COMMISSION 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Scientific and Technical — 

Continued 

Howard F. Barker. 


Chief, Accounting Division 


Wis 

D. C .. 


9th.... 


$6. 750 


William B. Harmon 


Acting Chief, Distribution and Markets Divi- 
sion. 
Chief, Statistical Division 


4,800 


Arthur E. Woody 


D. C . 




4,400 


Geniana R. Edwards 


Chief, Editorial Section 


Wash .. 




2,900 


Cornelia Notz_ 


Librarian 


Tex 

N.Y.... 

Pa 

Ohio.... 

Va 

Md 

Pa 

D. C .. 


]5th_.. 

1st 

2d 

nth... 

3d 

5th.... 
2d 


3,800 

3,200 
3,200 


Administrative and General 
Services 

Edna V. Connolly.. 

Frances H. Simon 


Chief, Docket and Public Information Section. 
Chief, Personnel Section 


Mae M. Riddle 


Chief, Stenographic Section 


2,800 


Lilian T. Bowman 


Chief, Finance Section 


2,900 


Edna B. Mahoney 


Chief, Mail, Files and Publications Section 

Chief, Graphic Section 


2,400 


George F. Howell 


2,300 


Gertrude M. Sherwood 


Chief, Stockroom and Switchboard Section 

Chief, New York Office 


1,920 


Field Service 

Samuel W. Pitts 


Va 


8th.... 


5,000 









THE TAX COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 



J. Edgar Murdock 

Charles P. Smith 

John M. Sternhagen... 

C. Rogers Arundell 

Ernest H. Van Fossan. 

Eugene Black 

J. Russell Leech 

Bolon B. Turner 

Arthur J. Mellott 

William W. Arnold.... 

John A. Tyson. 

Samuel B. Hill 

Richard L. Disney 

Marion J. Harron 

John W. Kern 

Clarence V. Opper 



Office of Secretary 
Robert C. Tracy 

Office of the Clerk 
Bertus D. Gamble 



Office of the Reporter 
Mabel M. Owen 



Presiding Judge- 
Judge 

do 

do 

do 



_do_ 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do- 
.do_ 
_do. 



_do. 
.do. 
-do. 
-do. 



Secretary- 



Clerk. 



Reporter. 



Pa 


28th... 


Mass 


12th... 


D. C .. 




Oreg 


3d.-... 


Ohio.-.. 


18th... 


Tex 


1st 


Pa 


27th... 


Ark 


5th.... 


Kans 


1st.... 


111 


23d.... 


Miss 


3d 


Wash... 


5th-... 


Okla-... 


5th.... 


Calif.... 


7th-... 


Ind 


12th... 


N. Y...- 


16th-- 



Conn. 



Pa. 



N. Y-- 



34th... 



15th. 



TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 



Office of the Board of 
Directors 

David E. Lilienthal 

Harcourt A. Morgan 

James P. Pope 



Chairman, Knoxville 

Vice Chairman, Knoxville 
Director, Knoxville 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn- 



2d 
2d 
2d 



313 

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY 

Continued 



Office of the General 
Manager 



Gordon R. Clapp 

Arthur S. Jandrey 

Robert E. Sessions 

Paul W. Ager 

William L. Sturdevant. 
Marguerite Owen. 



Engineering and Construc- 
tion Departments 



Clarence E. Blee 

Robert A. Monroe. . 
Harry A. Wiersema. 
James S. Bowman. . 



George R. Rich 

Arthur L. Pauls 

Frederick C. Schlemmer. 



George P . Jessup. 

Power Departments 



Gabriel O. Wessenauer. 

Merrill DeMerit.. 

W. Warren Woodruff. . 



Charles Lee Karr. 
Walton Seymour. . 



Chemical Engineering and 
Conservation Departments 



Clark Neil Bass.... 
Chpj-les H. Young. 



John C. McAmis 

Willis M.Baker 

Staff Services 
Thomas J. Griffin 



E. Arnold Sunstrom 

Horace Kirkman Robinson. 

George F. Gant , 

John I. Snyder 



Howard K. Menhinick. 



Eugene L. Bishop, M. D. 

John P. Ferris 

Louis N. Allen 



OFFICIAX TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



General Manager, Knoxville 

Assistant General Manager, Knoxville. 

do .... 

Chief Budget Officer, Knoxville 

Director of Information, Knoxville 

Washington Representative 



Chief Engineer, Knoxville 

Assistant Chief Engineer, Knoxville 

Assistant to the Chief Engineer, Knoxville 

Chief Water Control Planning Engineer, 

Knoxville. 

Chief Design Engineer, Knoxville 

Chief Construction Engineer, Knoxville.. 

Project Manager, Fontana Project, Fontana 

Dam, N. C. 
Project Manager, Kentucky Project, Gilberts- 

ville, Ky. 



Manager of Power, Chattanooga 

Chief Power Engineer, Chattanooga 

Engineer of Power Design and Construction, 
Chattanooga. 

Superintendent of Power Operations, Chat- 
tanooga. 

Director of Power Utilization Department, 
Chattanooga. 



Chief Conservation Engineer, Knoxvifie 

Acting Director of Chemical Engineering De- 
partment, Wilson Dam, Ala. 

Director of Agricultural Relations Depart- 
ment, Knoxville. 

Director of Forestry Relations Department, 
Norris, Tenn. 



Acting General Counsel and Secretary to the 

Corporation, Knoxville. 

Comptroller, Knoxville 

Treasurer, Knoxville 

Director of Personnel, Knoxville 

Director of Property and Supply Department, 

Knoxville. 
Director of Regional Studies Department, 

Knoxville. 

Director of Health, Chattanooga 

Director of Commerce Department, Knoxville. 
Director of Reservoir Property Management 

Department, KnoxvUle. 



Legal residence 



State 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
D. C 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 

Tenn. 
Tenn. 
N. C. 

n:y.. 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 

Tenn. 

Tenn. 



Tenn. 
Ala... 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 



Tenn-.. 

Tenn.... 
Tenn.-.. 
Tenn..-. 
Tenn...- 

Tenn.... 

Tenn— . 
Tenn— - 
Tenn 



Cong. 
Di.st. 



2d--. 
2d-. 
2d-. 
2d-. 

2d-. 
2d... 
12th 

1st.. 



3d 
3d 
3d 

3d 

3d 



2d. 
8th 

2d. 

2d- 

2d. 

2d- 
2d- 
2d- 
2d. 

2d. 

5th 
2d. 
2d- 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



$9, 500 
8,500 
8,500 
8,500 
7,750 
8,500 



9,500 
9,250 
7,750 
9,250 

9,250 
9,250 
8,500 

8,500 



9,500 
9,500 
8,500 

8,500 

8,000 



9,250 
8,500 



8,500 
7,750 



9,500 

9,500 
5,000 
8,500 
8,500 

7,750 

8,500 
8,500 
7,750 



VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 



Central Otiice, 
Washington, D.C 

Frank T. Hines.. 

Adelbert D. Hiller 

Augusta W. Landis 

George E. Ijams 

Harold W. Braining 



.Administrator of Veterans' Aflairs... 

Executive Assistant to the Administrator 

-Administrative .Assistant 

Assistant -Administrator, Medical and Dom- 
iciliary Care, Construction and Supplies. 
Assistant Administrator, Finance and Insur- 
ance. 



Utah.... 


2d 


Mass 


15th... 


N. C... 


5th.... 


Md 


4th.... 


N. Y.... 


10th... 



$12, 000 
8,500 
3,300 
9,000 

9,000 



314 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Central Office, 
Washington, D. C— Con. 

Omer W. Clark 

Robert L. Jarnagin 

Edward E. Odom 

Ojfice of Executive Assistant to 
the AdministraioT 

Samuel M. Moore, Jr. 

Earle R. Overton 

Mary A. Coyne. 

Paul H. Madigan 

Leo F. Dundon 

George Henderson Sweet 

Marion E. Pollock 

Newton S. Lingamfelter 

John E. Upp.. ...V 

Willis R. Clark. 

Luther E. Ellis 

John R. Oalbraith.. 

William C. Black.. 

Oscar E. Carlton 

Imogen Williford 

Mabel E. Law 

Maurice H. Jarvis 

Frank M. Feller 

Newton Hathaway 

Samuel Rose 

Edward McE. Lewis 

Joseph Beattie 

Office of Assistant Adminis- 
trator, Medical and Domicil- 
iary Care, Construction and 
Supplies 

Elizabeth Ryan 

Charles M. Griffith, M. D... 

Clayton L. Wood, M. D 

Col. Herman C. White 

Col. Edwin J. Rose 

Col. John H. Baird 

Col. James C. Harding 

Col. Roy A. Wolford 

Col. Hugo Mella 

Lloyd Y. Beers 

Lt. Col. Charles R. Brooke.. 

Carl A. Neves, M. D.. 

Everett Greer.. 

Varian B. Kincaid 

Louis H. Tripp 

Herbert W. Gardner 

William R. Talbott... 

Joseph A. Fahy... 

Raymond C. Kidd 

Andrew J. Harrison... 

Harrison M. Gould 

Office of Assistant Adminis- 
trator, Finance and Insur- 
ance 

Marcus Lynch 

Maurice Collins 



Assistant Administrator, Compensation, Pen- 
sion, Vocational Rehabilitation and Educa- 
tion Service. 

Chairman, Board of Veterans' Appeals 

Solicitor 



Ohio... 



Md 

Calif.... 



6th _ 
8th.. 



Fla. 


4th.... 


Okla.... 


5th._.. 


Md 


2d 


Md 


6th.... 


Pa 


llth... 


Md 


6th.... 


Ga 


10th... 


W. Va.. 


2d 


D. C... 




Ohio.... 


7th.... 


Ind 


5th.... 


Tenn-_._ 


2d 


Pa 


20th.. _ 


Pa 


14th.. _ 


Miss 


5th.... 


Ohio.... 


19th... 


Mass.... 


2d...._ 


D. C... 




D. C . 




D. C... 




Mo 


13th_.. 


Va 


6th.... 



Director of Budget and Statistics 

Assistant Director of Budget and Statistics 

Chief, Beneficiary Statistics Division — 

Chief, Administrative Statistics Division 

Chief, Budget Division 

Director of Personnel - 

Assistant Director of Personnel. 

Chief, Employment and Recruitment Divi- 
sion. 
Chief, Personnel Relations, Training and 
Placement Division. 

Chief, Classification Division 

Director, Coordination Service 

Director, Investigation Service 

Director of Administrative Service 

Chief, Veterans' Records Division 

Chief, General Records Division 

Chief, Index Division 

Chief, Publications Division.. '. 

Chief, Communications Division 

Director, Contact Service 

Chief, Contact Division, Central Office 

Director, PubUc Relations .-. 

Chief, Office of Visual Information and 
Exhibits. 



Assistant to Assistant Administrator 

Medical Director - 

Medical Executive Officer 

Medical Consultant. 

Assistant Medical Director, General Medi- 
cine and Surgery. 

Assistant Medical Director, Neuropsychiatry.. 

Assistant Medical Director, Out-Patient and 
Authorization. 

Assistant Medical Director, Tuberculosis 

Assistant Medical Director, Post-Graduate 
Instruction and Medical Research. 

Chief, Dental Division 

Chief, Physical Medicine.. 

Director, National Homes Service 

Chief, Administrative Division 

Chief, Admissions and Operation Division 

Director, Construction Service 

Chief, Maintenance and Operation Division. . 

Chief, Technical Division 

Chief, Projects Division 

Director, Supply Service. 

Chief, Procurement Division 

Chief, Property and Contract Division 



Assistant to Assistant Administrator N. Y. 

Director, Finance Service Mass — 10th. 



Mass 


6th.... 


Tenn.._ 


3d 


N. Y.... 


23d.... 


Pa 


8th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


D. C... 




W. Va.. 


2d 


D. C... 




Md 


6th.... 


N.J..-. 


llth... 


S. Dak.. 


2d 


Tenn... 


1st.... 


N. Y.... 


39th... 


D. C... 




D. C 




Md 


6th...- 


Ga _ 


7th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


Md 


6th.... 


N. Y.... 


22d.... 



• Medical Corps, Army of United States. See Army pay table in appendix of Official Register. 



315 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dlst. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Central Office, 
Washington, D. C— Con. 

Office of Assistant Adminis- 
trator, Finance and Insur- 
ance— Contiaaed 

Frank W. Kelsey 

Leslie J. Johnston 

Kilgo C. Baxter 

Judson Carey Dale - 

Ray R. Adams 

Francis X. Pavesich 

Horace L. McCoy 

Edmund J. Beaulac 

Harley H. Milks 

Frederick B. Simms 

Office of the Assistant Admin- 
istrator, Compensation, Pen- 
sion, Vocational Rehabilita- 
tion and Education Service 



Willis Howard 

Clifford L. Johnson. 



George E. Brown 

Robert B. Teachout. 

James E. Loggins 

Henry Q. Brooks 

Raymond J. Hinton. 
J. Herschel Cooper.. 
Harold V. Stirling.... 



Robinson E. Adkins. 



Abbott L. Combes. 
SamH. Coile 



Ira D. Scott 

Board of Veterans' Appeals 



William B. Stacom 

Carl C. Brown 

Bernie R. Caldwell 

Ralph L. Chambers 

Lt. Col. Fred H. Clark. 

Otto G. Elble 

Leroy B. Foster 

William A. Kehoe 

Lt. Col. John M. Ladd. 

William C. Menton 

William N. Morell 

John A. Nelson 

Frank G. Reagan 

Harry M. Seydel 

Burke H. Sinclair 

Daniel E. Smith 

Robert E. Stowers 

Clifford A. Rush 

Charles S. Stevenson 



Assistant Director, Finance Service 

Chief, Payees Accounts Division 

Chief, Control Accounts and Collections 
Division. 

Chief, Premium Accounts Division 

Chief, Readjustment Allowance Division 

Chief, Loan Guarantee Division.. _ 

Director, Insurance Service 

Chief, Actuarial and Insurance Policy Division 

Chief, Insurance Claims Council 

Chief, Life Insurajice Claims Division 



Assistant to Assistant Administrator 

Chairman, Central Committee on Waivers 
and Forfeitures. 

Director, Veterans' Claims Service 

Chairman, Rating Schedule Board 

Chief, Claims Division 

Chief, Field Supervision Division... 

Director, Dependents' Claims Service 

Chief, Adjudicating Division^ 

Director, Vocational Rehabilitation and Edu- 
cation Service. 

Assistant to the Director, Vocational Rehabili- 
tation and Education Service. 

Chief, Education and Training Division 

Chief, Registration and Occupational Survey 
Division. 

Chief, Advisement and Guidance Division 



Vice Chairman, Board of Veterans' Appeals. 

Associate Member 

do... 

do.... 



.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do_ 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do 
.do- 
.do_ 
.do- 



do 

do 

Chief of Consultants. 



Office of Solicitor 



George P. Hughes... 
Yorick D. Mathes.. 

Guy H. Birdsall 

Charles E. Schuyler. 



Assistant Solicitor, Legal 

Special Assistant Solicitor.... 

Legislative Counsel 

Assistant Solicitor, Guardianship. 



8. Dak.. 
HL... 
N. C... 



Va 

Utah... 

Md 

Md.... 
Md..-. 

Va 

Mass 



Oa... 
Ohio. 



Wis 

Mass.... 
Tenn... 
D. C... 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 



N. Y... 



D. C. 

Tenn. 



Va. 



N. Y.... 

Mo 

Va 

111 

Md 

Kans 

Ohio 

D.C.... 
D. C... 

Tex 

Minn... 
D. C... 
Tenn.... 

lo^a 

Wyo.... 

Md 

Ga. 

Kans 

Kans 



Mass. 
Tex... 
Wis.. 
D. C. 



1st.. 
15th. 
7th.. 



2d... 
5th.. 



6th.. 
8th.. 
14th. 



6th.. 
12th. 



3d.. 
3d.. 
7th. 



32d_. 
3d .. 

12th. 

1st.. 



Ist... 
8th... 



23d... 
7th... 
6th... 
21st.. 
2d.... 
5th... 
16th.. 



5th. 
3d.. 



2d-... 
1st... 
AtL. 
6th... 
5th... 
3d.... 
1st... 



4th.. 
8th.. 
1st.. 



Federal Board of Hospitaliza- 
tion 

Leonard Outhwaite Director of Staff, Federal Board of Hospital]- N. Y. 

zation. 

> Medical Corps, Army of United States. See Army pay table in appendix of OflBcial Register 



$6,500 
5,600 
5,600 

6,800 
6.500 
7,500 
8,000 
5,800 
7,500 
6,500 



5,800 
5,800 

8,000 
6,200 
6,200 
5,800 
8,000 
6,500 
8,000 

6,500 

6,500 
6,500 

6,500 



7,000 

5,600 

6,000 

6,200 

(') 

6,500 

6,500 

6,500 

(') 

6,200 

6,500 

6,200 

6,500 

6,400 

6,200 

6,500 

5,600 

5,600 

6,200 



7,500 
7,500 
6,500 
6,500 



6,760 



316 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Central Office, New York 
Branch 



Charles J. Reichert... 
Area Offices 



Managers 

John P. Cullen- 

Wilkes H. Davis..- 

Vester Garrett 

Edward A. Keck 

Samuel P. Kohen 

Leon L. Leach 

Joseph Ohern 

Manie C. Perryman 

Frederick J. Shea 

Regional Offices 

Managers 

Charles C. Adams 

Davis O. Arnold 

WilHam J. Blake 

Archibald D. Borden 

John A. Brody .- 

Kenneth S. Covey 

Harry J. Crosson 

Howard F. Dickensheets 

James J. Doyle 

Eugene B. Dunkleberger 

Orville G. Fairburn.. 

Charles B. Kaercher 

William L. Limburg 

Frank Martinez, Jr. (Acting) 

Homer Rogers 

William S. Shipman 

Edward J. Wieland 

James A. Winn 

Veterans' Administration 
, Facilities 

Managers 



Winthrop Adams, M. D 

John H. Ale 

Col. Carleton Bates 

Lt. Col. Victor H. Bean 

Col. Lewis G. Beardsley 

Lt. Col. Jesse J. Beatty 

Charles O. Beck 

Forrest O. Bell, M. D 

Earnest R. Benke 

William J. Blake 

Col. Harry H. Botts 

Frank B. Brewer, M. D 

Robert A. Bringham 

Mizell Bryson 

Col. Duncan D. Campbell.. - 

Col. Kelso A. Carroll - 

Col. Paul I. Carter 

Franklin C. Cassidy, M. D.. 

Leicester C. Chapman 

Col. Harrv G. Clarke 

Col. Robert C. Cook 

Col. John O. Cullins 

David K. Dalager 

Qrover C. Daniel, M. D 

Col. Eugene H. Dibble, Jr... 

Col. William M. Dobson 

Eorace C. Dodge, M. D 

Col. James G. Donnelly 



Manager. 



Bedford, Mass 

Dayton, Ohio... 

Castle Point, N. Y 

Ft. Lyon, Colo 

Washington, D. C 

Walla Walla, Wash.. 

Hines, 111 

Excelsior Springs, Mo 

Lincoln, Nebr 

West Roxbury, Mass 

Marion, Ind 

Oteen,N. C 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Bay Pines, Fla 

North Little Rock, Ark... 

Aspinwall, Pa .". 

Portland, Ore 

Waukesha, Wis 

White River Junction, Vt. 

Perry Point, Md 

Bronx, N. Y 

American Lake, Wash ' 

Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Whipple, Ariz 

Tuskegee, Ala 

Northampton, Mass 

Memphis, Tenn. . 

San Francisco, Calif.. 



N. Y... 



Chicago, 111 

Atlanta, Ga 

Columbus, Ohio 

Baltimore, Md 

Dallas, Texas 

St. Louis, Mo 

New York, N. Y 

San Francisco, Calif 
Boston, Mass 



Albany, N.Y 

Providence, R. I 

Boston. Mass 

Denver, Colo. 

Kansas City, Mo 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Washington, D. C.- 
Manchester, N. H.. 
New York, N. Y.... 

Seattle, Wash 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

Baltimore, Md 

New Orleans, La 

Newark, N. J 

Jackson, Miss 

St. Louis, Mo 

Little Rock, Ark 



Colo.. 
R. I..- 
Mass.. 
CaliL. 
Mo... 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Minn. 
N. H. 
N. Y.. 
Wash. 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 

La 

D. C. 
Miss.. 
Iowa.. 
Ark... 



Mass... 
Ind.... 
N. J.... 
Minn.. 
Conn.. 
Iowa... 
Nebr... 
Mich... 

Ill 

Mass... 
Ind.... 
Idaho.. 
N. Y... 
Tenn... 

Ill 

Ariz 

Wash.. 

Ill 

Maine. 
Ohio... 
Colo... 
N.Y... 
Mont.. 

Ky 

Ala 

Pa 

Colo... 
Calif... 



23d. 



Wis 

Miss 

Ala ... 


13th... 
3d 


D. C... 




Md .. 




Mo 

Mass — 
N. C 


10th... 
1st..-- 


Mass 


11th... 



1st-.. 
1st.- 
13th- 
9th-. 



31st- 
4th.. 
8th- 
2d... 



6th- 
5th. 



5th... 



5th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 



5th... 
7th... 
1st.-. 



7th.-. 
13th.. 
5th... 
2d.... 
37th.. 
5th... 
3d.... 
At L. 
6th... 
17th.. 
2d ... 

nth.. 

3d — . 
23d... 
1st.... 
8th-.. 
3d-... 



1st.. 



1 Medical Corps, Army of United States. 
' No additional compensation. 



See Army pay table in appendix of Official Register. 



317 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



Veterans' A»^ininistrati)i 
Facilities — Continued 

A/anajers— Continued 



Harry W. Farmer 

David C. Farnsworth, M. D. 

Lt. Col. Warren L. Fleck 

Lt. Col. Harold E. Foster 

Frederick W. Franks 

Paul Q. Froemming 

Walter A. German, M. D 

Robert R. Gibson 

Col. Delmar Goode 

Frank N. Gordon, M. D 

Sidney C. Groeschel.. 

John A. Hadley 

Hans Hansen, M. D 

William T. Hardaway. 

Middleton E. Head 

Roger P. Hentz, M. D 

Lt. Col. Oma E. Herndon 

Carl D. Hibbard 

Eugene A. Uiller 

Hilary G. Hooks 

Clarence T. Hoverson.. 

Charles H. Hudclson 

Earle L. Hunter (Acting) 

Samuel H. James, M. D 

Sam Jared, Jr 

Lt. Col. George L. Johnson.. 

Edwin W. Jordan 

Lt. Col. William E. Kendall. 

Percival Q. Laschi^, M. D 

James L. Laughlin 

Col. Harold R. Lipscomb 

Edmond A. Littlefield 

Polk T. Lunquest 

Lt. Col. Charles L. Magruder. 

William L. Marlin 

George M. Melvin, M. D 

Clarence R. Miller, M. D 

Carrol L. Moore, M. D 

Bert C. Moore 

Tarleton Moore, M. D_. 

Lt. Col. Charles P. Murphy. 

William B. Nugent 

Guy F. Palmer 

Lt. Col. Peter A. Peffer 

James S. Pittman 

John A. Pringle, M. D. 

Edward F. Reed 

George A. Rowland, M. D._. 

Col. Harry Rubin 

Keith Ryan 

Charles F. Sargent 

Frederick S. Salisburg, M. D. 

Myer Schwolsky 

Col. Geltis T. Sheffield 

Col. Cecil B. Shrout 

John M. Slaton, Jr... 

Leonard N. Sowards 

William G. Stephens. ._ 

Lt. Col. Harold W. Sterling.. 

Malcolm L. Stoddard 

David H. Taylor 

Martin J. Travland (.Acting). 

Lt. Col. Letcher E. Trent 

Col, Louis F. Verdel 

Howard C. Von Dahm, 

M. D. 
Lt. Col. Albert O. Walker... 

Major John S. Walsh 

Herbert C. Watts, M. D 

Edward A. Welch, M. D 

Johil N. Wilson 

Henry O. Witten, M. D 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwi.se indicated) 



I/exington, Ky 

San Fernando, Calif 

It. Howard, Md 

Lyons, N.J 

Salina. Fans 

Wood, Wis 

Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 
Hot Springs, S. Dak.... 

Downey, 111 

Fayetteville, Ark 

Columbia, S. C 

Bath, N. Y 

Canandaigua, N. Y 

Tucson, Ariz 

Montgomery, Ala 

Ft. Custer, Mich 

Lake City, Fla 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Biloxi, Miss 

Huntington, W. Va 

Fargo, N. Dak 

Boise, Idaho. 

Wadsworth, Kans 

Outwood, Ky 

Murfreesboro, Tenn 

Tuscaloosa, Ala 

Roanoke, Va 

Dwight, 111 

Palo Alto, Calif 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Sunmount, N. Y 

Salt Lake City, Utah... 

Muskogee, Okla 

Dallas, Tex 

Brecksville, Ohio 

Roseburg, Oreg 

Coatesville, Pa 

Legion, Tex 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Alexandria, La..., 

Livermore, Calif 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Dearborn, Mich 

Ft. Meade, S. Dak 

Fayetteville, N. C 

St. Cloud, Minn 

Reno, Nev 

Danville, 111. 

Waco, Tex 

Kecoughtan, Va 

Batavia, N. Y.. 

Knoxville, Iowa... 

Newington, Conn 

Gulfport, Miss 

Chillicothe, Ohio 

Atlanta, Ga 

Wichita, Kans 

Ft. Washington, Md.... 

Sheridan, Wyo. 

Togus, Maine 

Mountain Home, Tenn. 

Tomah, Wis. 

Mendota, Wis 

Northport, L. I., N. Y.. 
Amarillo, Tex 



Ft. Bayard, N. Mex 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Ft. Harrison, Mont 

Marion, 111.. 

Rutland Heights, Mass. 
Augusta, Ga 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


Ky 


8th_... 


Tex 


21.st... 


Iowa 


7th.... 


N. Y .. 




Ohio 


3d 


Wis 


4th.... 


Mo 


5th.... 


Colo 


1st.... 


Tenn... 


9th.... 


Mo 




S. C... 


2d 


Calif..,. 


10th... 


Iowa 


7th.... 


Ga 




La. 


1st 


Miss 


7th_... 


Ga. 


6th.... 


Minn... 


1st.... 


Miss 


4th.... 


Md 


3d .... 


N. Dak. 


At L.. 


Idaho... 


1st 


Tenn 




Calif.... 


11th... 


Tenn.... 


4th_.. 


Ga 


4th.... 


Tenn.... 


6th.... 


Ill 




Ill 


7th.... 


Wye... 


AtL.. 


D. C... 




Utah..-. 


2d 


Okla.... 


3d 


Md 


6th.... 


Ohio.... 


22d.... 


Calif.... 




N. Y.... 


23d.... 


Ga 




Ala 


2d 


Tex 


5th.... 


Okla..-. 




Iowa 


6th.... 


Mich 


8th.... 


Ky 




N. C... 


5th.... 


Mo 


10th... 


Nebr_... 


1st.... 


Ohio.... 


17th... 


Ga 


1st..,- 


Maine.. 


2d 


Mass 


2d 


111 


14th-.. 


Conn 


1st 


Miss 


7th.... 


Ind 


5th.... 


Ga 


5th.... 


Va 


3d 


Ohio.... 


3d 


Ky 




Maine 


3d 


Tenn... 


1st 


Minn... 




Ind 


5th.... 


Tenn.--- 


6th.-.. 


Fla 


2d 


Colo.... 


1st.... 


Mass 


5th.... 


Calif.... 


4th.... 


Fla 




D. C. .. 




Mo 


5th.... 



Medical Corps, Army of United States. See Army pay table in appendix of Ofiacial Register. 



318 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



Insular Offices 

Managers 

(Vacancy) 

Carl M. Walker— 

Jaime S. Chavarry, M. D 
Boyce Williams 

Supply Depots 

Managers 

Leslie M. Millholin 

Marks. White. 



Manila, P. I.. 

Honolulu, T. H - 

San Juan, P. K-. 

Readjustment Allowance Agency, San Juan, 
P. R. 



Hines, 111 

Perry Point, Md. 



S. Dak. 
P. R... 
Fla 



Tex. 

Md. 



10th. 
6th.. 



3 $5, 000 
3 4, 600 
3^4, 600 



4,000 
4,400 



» Plus 25 percent differential for Insular Service. 



INTERDEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATION 
FEDERAL INTERDEPARTMENTAL SAFETY COUNCIL 





OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 




Secretary of Labor; Chairman, Advisory 
Board. 

Senior Safety Engineer, Division of Labor 
Standards, Labor Department; Chairman, 
Federal Interdepartmental Safety Council. 

Principal Safety Engineer, OfHce of Chief of 
Transportation, War Department; 1st Vice- 
Chairman, Federal Interdepartmental 
Safety Council. 

Senior Sanitary Engineer, Assistant Chief, 
Industrial Hygiene Division, U. S. Public 
Health Service, Bethesda, Maryland; 2d 
Vice-Chairman, Federal Interdepartmental 
Safety Council; Chairman, Executive Com- 
mittee, Federal Interdepartmental Safety 
Council. 

Industrial Safety Analyst, Division of Labor 
Standards, Labor Department; Secretary, 
Federal Interdepartmental Safety Council. 

Safety Speciahst, Office of the Secretary, Agri- 
culture Department; Member, Executive 
Committee. 

Chief, Health and Safety Branch, Bureau of 
Mines, Interior Department; Member, 
Executive Committee. 

Surgeon General, U. S. Public Health Service; 
Member, Executive Committee. 

Director, Division of Shore Establishments 
and Civilian Personnel, Navy Department; 
Member, Executive Committee. 

Safety Engineer, U. S. Employees' Compen- 
sation Commission; Member, Executive 
Committee. 


N. Y.... 




(') 


Roland P. Blake 


Md 

La 


6th.... 


(') 


Harold L Rush 


(') 


J. J. Bloomfleld 


Conn... 

Pa 

Tex 

Utah.... 
D. C ... 


3d 

6th.... 

10th... 
1st 


(') 


Jack M. Peterman . 


W 


Executive Committee 

Charles M. Fergusson 

Daniel Harrington. 


(') 
(') 


Dr Thomas Parran 


(') 


Rear Admiral F. R. Crisp 


Md 




(') 


Edward P. Herges 


Minn... 


4th.-. 


(') 







' Serves without compensation. 

PERMANENT JOINT BOARD ON DEFENSE— UNITED STATES 

AND CANADA 

Members of the American Section: 

F. H. LaGuardia, Mayor of New York. 

Vice Admiral A. W. Johnson, United States Navy (retired). 

Maj. Gen. Guy V. Henry, United States Army. 

Capt. R. W. Ruble, United States Navy. 

Col. Charles H. Deerwester, United States Army. 

John Hickerson, Department of State. 

Members receive no compensation by virtue of membership on the Board. 

(319) 



JUDICIAL 



(321) 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 




Chief Justice - 


N. Y .. 




$20, 500 




Associate Justice 


Pa 




20, 000 


Hugo L. Black 


..do 


Ala 




20, 000 


Stanley F. Reed 


do __ 


Ky. 




20, 000 


Felix Frankfurter 


. do 


Mass 




20, 000 


William 0. Douglas 


do. 


Wash... 




20, 000 


Frank Murphy 


. _ do 


Mich 




20, 000 




do __- 


N. Y. .. 




20, 000 


Wiley Rutledge 


. do . - .. 


Iowa 




20, 000 




Chief Justice (retired) 


N. Y.... 




20, 500 


James Clark McReynolds 


Associate Justice (retired) . . 


Tenn. 




20, 000 


Thomas E. Waggaman .. . 


Marshal 


Va 




5,500 




Reporter 






8,000 


Oscar D. Clarke 


Tiihrarian. 


D. C... 




4,600 













UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS 



United States Court of 
Appeals for the District of 
Columbia 



D. Lawrence Groner 

Harold M. Stephens 

Justin Miller 

Henry White Edgerton. 

Thurman W. Arnold 

(Vacancy) 

Joseph W. Stewart 



First Circuit 

Maine, Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, Rhode Island, 
Puerto Rico 

Calvert Magruder 

John C. Mahoney 

Peter Woodbury 

Arthur I. Charron 

Second Circuit 

Connecticut, New York, Ver- 
mont 

Learned Hand 

Thomas W. Swan 

Augustus N. Hand.. 

Harrie Brigham Chase 

Charles E. Clark 

Jerome N. Frank 

Alexander M. Bell... 

Third Circuit 

Delaware, New Jersey, Penn- 
sylvania, Virgin Islands 



John Biggs, Jr 

Albert Branson Maris. 
Herbert F. Goodrich.. 
Gerald McLaughlin... 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy)-- 

William P. Rowland.. 



Chief Justice 

Associate Justice. 

do 

do 

do 



Clerk. 



Circuit Judge, Boston, Mass 

Circuit Judge, Providence, R. I 
Circuit Judge, Concord, N. H_. 
Clerk, Boston, Mass 



Circuit Judge, New York City 

Circuit Judge, New Haven, Conn 

Circuit Judge, New York City 

Circuit Judge, Brattleboro, Vt 

Circuit Judge, New Haven, Conn 

Circuit Judge, New York City 

Clerk, New York City 



Circuit Judge, Wilmington, Del. 
Circuit Judge, Philadelphia, Pa.. 
Circuit Judge, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Circuit Judge, Newark, N. J 

Circuit Judge... 

.do- 



Va 

Utah'. 
Calif. 
N. Y. 
Wyo. 



D. C. 



Mass. 
R.I-.. 
N. H- 

Mass- 



N. Y.. 
Conn- 
N. Y-. 
Vt-... 
Conn. 
N. Y. 
N. Y.. 



Del.. 
Pa... 
Pa... 
N.J. 



654092 — 45- 



-22 



Clerk, Philadelphia, Pa Pa. 

(323) 



$12,500 
12,500 
12. 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
6,400 



12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
6,400 



12,500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
5,600 



12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
6,400 



324 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Fourth Circuit 

Maryland, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, West Vir- 
ginia, Virginia 

John J. Parker.- 

Morris A. Soper 

Armistead Mason Dobie 

Claude M. Dean 

Fifth Circuit 

Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, 
Texas, Canal Zone. 

Samuel H. Sibley 

Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr 

Edwin R. Holmes 

Leon McCord 

Curtis L. Waller 

Elmo P. Lee. 

Oakley F. Dodd 

Sixth Circuit 

Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, 
Tennessee 

Xen Hicks 

Charles C. Simons 

Florence E. Allen 

Elwood Hamilton. 

John D. Martin, Sr 

Thomas F. McAllister 

John W. Menzies .., 

Seventh Circuit 

Illinois, hidiana, Wisconsin 

Evan A. Evans 

William M, Sparks 

J. Earl Major 

Otto Kerner 

Sherman Minton 

Kenneth J. Carrick 

Eighth Circuit 

Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, 
Missouri, Nebraska, North 
Dakota, SouXh Dakota 

Kimbrough Stone 

Archibald K. Gardner 

John B. Sanborn 

Joseph W. Woodrough 

Seth Thomas 

Harvey M. Johnsen 

Walter O. Riddick 

E. E. Koch 

Ninth Circuit 

Arizona, Cnlifornia, Idaho, 
Montana, Nevada, Oregon 
WashiJiyton, Alaska, Hawaii 



Curtis D. Wilbur 

Francis A. Oarrecht.. 

William Denman 

Clifton Mathews 

Albert Lee Stephens . 

William Healy 

Homer T. Bone 

Paul P. O'Brien 



Circuit Judge, Charlotte, N. C 

Circuit Judge, Baltimore, Md 

Circuit Judge, Charlottesville, Va 
Clerk, Richmond, Va. 



Circuit Judge, Atlanta, Ga ., 

Circuit Judge, Houston, Tex 

Circuit Judge, New Orleans, La. 
Circuit Judge, Montgomery, Ala 
Circuit Judge, Tallahassee, Fla.. 

Circuit Judge, Shreveport, La 

Clerk, New Orleans, La 



Circuit Judge, Knoxville, Term 

(Circuit Judge, Detroit, Mich 

Circuit Judge, Cleveland, Ohio 

Circuit Judge, Louisville, Ky 

Circuit Judge, Memphis, Term 

Circuit Judge, Grand Rapids, Mich 
Clerk, Cincinnati, Ohio 



Circuit Judge, Madison, Wis 

Circuit Judge, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Circuit Judge, Springfield, 111 

Chcuit Judge, Chicago, 111 , 

Circuit Judse, New Albany, Ind 
Clerk, Chicago, 111 



Circuit Judge, Kansas City, Mo. 
Circuit Judge, Aberdeen, S. Dak. 
Circuit Judge, St. Paul, Minn... 

Circuit Judge, Omaha, Nebr 

Circuit Judge, Ft. Dodge, Iowa.. 

Circuit Judge, Omaha, Nebr 

Circuit Judge, Little Rock, Ark.. 
Clerk, St. Louis, Mo 



Circuit Judge, San Francisco, Calif. 

Circuit Judge, Spokane, Wash 

Circuit Judge, San Francisco, Calif. 

do -. 

Circuit Judge, Los Angeles, Calif.... 

Circuit Judge, Boise, Idaho 

Circuit Judge, Tacoma, Wash 

Clerk, San Francisco, Calif 



N. C. 
Md.. 
Va... 
Va... 



Ga... 
Tex.. 
Miss. 
Ala-. 
Fla... 
La... 
La... 



Tenn. 
Mich. 
Ohio.. 
Ky.... 
Tenn. 
Mich. 
Ohio.. 



Wis. 
Ind. 
111... 
111... 
Ind. 
111... 



Mo 

S. Dak. 
Minn.. 
Nebr... 
Iowa... 
Nebr... 
Ark.... 
Mo 



Calif- 
Wash. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Idaho. 
Wash. 
Calif.. 



325 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pen- 
sation 


Tenth Circuit 

Colorado, Kansas, New Mex- 
ico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyom- 
ing 

Orie L. Phillips 




Colo 




$12. 500 


Sam Q. Bratton... 


Circuit Judge, Albuquerque, N. Mex 


N. Mex. 
Kans... 




12, 500 






12,500 


Alfred P. Murrah 


Circuit Judge, Oklahoma City, Okla 


Okla.... 




12, 500 


Robert B. Cartwright 


Clerk, Denver, Colo.. 


Colo... 




6,000 













UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Richard Smith Whaley 

Benjamin H. Littleton. 


Chief Justice 


S. C 




$12,500 


Judge . . .. 


Tenn_.._ 




12, 500 


Sam E. Whitaker 


do . . 


Tenn . 




12, 500 




do .. 


Tex 




12, 500 


Joseph Warren Madden 


do 


Pa 




12, 500 


Walter Hall Moling 


Acting Chief Clerk 






6,500 













UNITED STATES COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT 

APPEALS 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Finis J. Garrett 


Presiding Judge 


Tenn.. 




$12, 500 


Oscar E. Bland .. 


Ind... 




12, 500 


Charles S. Hatfield 


do 


Ohio 




12, 500 


Joseph R. Jackson 


do ...... - 


N. Y 




12, 500 


Ambrose O'Connell 


do - 


N. Y.. 




12, 500 


Arthur B. Shelton 


Clerk . .... 


D. C 




6,000 


W. R. McWhcrter 


Reporter 


Tenn 




5,000 


Miss Mary Belle Nicol 






3,200 


Joseph G. Gauges 


Marshal 


Nev 




5,000 













UNITED STATES CUSTOMS COURT 



NEW YORK, N. Y. 



Webster J. Oliver 


Presiding Judge - - 

Judge . - - - 


N. Y...- 




$10,000 


William J. Tilson 


Ga . .. 




10, 000 


Genevieve R. Cline 


do 


Ohio 




10, 000 


David H. Kincheloe 


. do 


Ky 




10.000 


William J. Keefe .. 


... do 


Iowa 




10,000 


William A. Ekwall 


do. 


Oreg 




10,000 


William P. Cole, Jr . 


do 


Md 




10, 000 


Charles D. Lawrence .. 


.... do 


N. Y.... 




10,000 


(Vacancy) 


do . . 






10,000 


William F. X. Band 


Clerk 


N. Y.... 




4,600 


Patrick S. DeMarco 


Marshal . 


N. Y-... 




3,500 













326 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 



Alabama 

Northern District 

Thomas A. Murphree.. 

Clarence Mullins 

Charles B. Crow. 



Middle District 

Charles B. Kennamer- 
Oliver D. Street, Jr... 



Southern District 



John McDuffle.. 
Virgil C. Griffin. 



Alaska 

Division No. 1 

George F. Alexander 

John H. Walmer 

Division No. S 

Joseph W. Kehoe. 

Aimer Rydeen 

Division No. S 

Anthony J. Dimond 

M. E. S. Brunelle 

Division No. 4 

Harry E.Pratt 

John B. Hall... 

Arizona 

Albert M. Sames 

David W. Ling 

Edward W. Scruggs 

Arkansas 

Eastern District 

Thomas C. Trimble 

Harry J. Lemley > _ 

H. Grady Miller 

Western District 

John E. Miller 

Harry J. Lemley • 

Truss U. Russell- 

California 

Northern District 



Adolphus F. St. Sure. 

Michael J. Roche 

Martin I. Welsh 

Louis E. Goodman 

Carl W. Calbreath.... 



Southern District 



Paul J. McCormick 

Harry A. Hollzer 

Leon R. Yankwich 

Ralph E. Jenney 

> To serve in both Eastern and Western Districts. 
2 No additional compensation. 



CrnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District Judge, Birmingham. 
do 

Clerk, Birmingham 



District Judge, Montgomery. 
Clerk, Montgomery 



District Judge, Mobile- 
Clerk, Mobile 



District Judge, Juneau 

Clerk, Juneau 

District Judge, Nome 

Clerk, Nome 

District Judge, Anchorage 
Clerk, Anchorage... 

District Judge, Fairbanks. 
Clerk, Fairbanks 

District Judge, Tucson 

District Judge, Phoenix... 
Clerk, Tucson. 



District Judge, Little Rock 
District Judge, Texarkana. 
Clerk, Little Rock 

District Judge, Fort Smith. 
District Judge, Texarkana. 
Clerk, Fort Smith 



District Judge, San Francisco. 

do - -- 

District Judge, Sacramento... 
District Judge, San Francisco. 
Clerk, San Francisco 



District Judge, Los Angeles. 

....do 

-..-do 

....do 



Legal residence 



State 



Ala- 
Ala. 
Ala. 



Ala. 
Ala- 



Ala. 
Ala- 



Oreg... 
Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Alaska - 
Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Ariz- 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Calif. 
CaHf. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



327 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFHCIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Com- 
pen- 
sation 



California— Continued 
Southern District— Con. 



Campbell E. Beaumont- 
Benjamin Harrison 

J. F. T. O'Connor 

Peirson M. HaU._ 

Edmund L. Smith 



Canal Zone 



Bunk Gardner 

C. T. McCormick, Jr. 



Colorado 



John Foster Symes.. 
Q. Walter Bowman. 



Connecticut 



Carroll C. Hincks.. 

J. Joseph Smith 

Charles E. Pickett. 



District Judge, Fresno 

District Judge, Los Angeles. 

.-.do 

_..-do 

Clerk, Los Angeles 



District Judge, Ancon, C. Z. 
Clerk, Ancon, C. Z 



District Judge, Denver. 
Clerk, Denver 



District Judge, New Haven. 

District Judge, Hartford 

Clerk, New Haven 



Delaware 

Paul C. Leahy 

Edward C. Pollard.. 

District of Columbia 

Bolitha J. Laws 

Thomas Jennings Bailey. .. . 

Jesse C. Adkins ... . 

James M. Proctor.. .. 

F. Dickinson Letts 

Daniel W. O'Donoghue 

T. Alan Qoldsborough 

James W. Morris 

David A. Pine 

Matthew F. McGuire 

Henry A. Schweinhaut 

(Vacancy) 

Charles E. Stewart 



District Judge, Wilmington. 
Clerk, Wilmington 



Chief Justice 

Associate Justice, 
do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



do 

do 

do 

Clerk, D. C. 



Florida 

Northern District 

Augustine V. Long 

Dozier A. DeVane 3 < 

WUliam Logan Hill 

Southern District 

Louie W. Strum 

John W. Holland 

William J. Barker 

Dozier A. DeVane 3 «... 
Edwin R. Williams... . 

Georgia 

Northern District 



E. Marvin Underwood. 
Robert L. Russell 

F. L. Beers 



> No additional compensation. 

3 To serve in both Northern and Southern Districts. 

• No successor to be appointed— Act of May 24, 1940. 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Ky. 



Colo. 
Colo. 



Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn. 



District Judge, Gainesville. 

District Judge, Orlando 

Clerk, Pensacola 

District Judge, Jacksonville 

District Judge, Miami 

District Judge, Tampa 

District Judge, Orlando 

Clerk, Jacksonville- 



District Judge, Atlanta 

District Judge, Gainesville- 
Clerk, Atlanta .. 



Del. 
Del- 



Md... 
Tenn.. 
D. C. 
D. C-. 
Iowa.. 
D. C. 
Md... 
Fla.— 
D. C-. 
Mass- 



Ala. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



Oa. 
Ga. 
Ga. 



$10. 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
5,800 



10, 000 
4,125 



10, 000 
4,800 



10, 000 
10, 000 
6,000 



10,000 
4,800 



10,500 
10.000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10. 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10.000 
10,000 
10, 000 
9,000 



10, 000 
10, 000 
4,800 



10. 000 
10, 000 
10,000 

(>) 

6,200 



10,000 
10.000 
6,000 



328 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

. Continued 



OFFICIAL IITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Georgia— Continued 
Middle District 



T. Hoyt Davis. 
Q.F.White... 



Southern District 



Archibald B. Lovett 

Scott A. Edwards 



Hawaii 

Supreme Court 

Samuel Barnett Kemp. 

Emil G. Peters- 

Louis LeBaron 



Circuit Court, Territory of 
Hawaii 



Carrick H. Buck 

Albert M. Cristy 

Charles E. Cassidy 

Willson C. Moore 

John A. Matthewman 

Cable A. Wirtz 

Ray J. O'Brien « 

Philip L. Rice 



District Court 



Delbert E. Metzger 

J. Frank McLaughlin 

William F. Thompson, Jr. 



Idaho 



Chase A. Clark 

Edward M. Bryan. 



Illinois 

Northern District 



John P. Barnes 

Philip L. Sullivan 

Michael L. Igoe 

William J. Campbell. 

Walter J. LaBuy 

Elwyn R. Shaw 

Roy H. Johnson 



Eastern District 



Walter C. Lindley. 

Fred L. Wham 

Douglas H. Reed... 



Southern District 



Charles G. Briggle. 

J. Leroy Adair 

Q. W. Schwaner... 



Indiana 

Northern District 



Luther M. Swygert. 
Margaret Long 



Southern District 



Robert C. Baltzell... 
Albert C. Sogemeier. 



District Judge, Americus. 
Clerk, Macon 



District Judge, Savannah. 
Clerk, Savannah 



Ga. 
Ga 



Ga. 
Ga. 



Chief Justice, Honolulu 

Associate Justice, Honolulu. 
do 



Judge 
Judge 
Judge 
Judge 
Judge 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 



(1st), 1st Circuit, Honolulu.. 
(2d), 1st Circuit, Honolulu. _ 
(3d). 1st Circuit, Honolulu.. 
(4th), 1st Circuit, Honolulu. 
(5th), 1st Circuit, Honolulu. 
2d Circuit, Wailuku, Maui. 

3d Circuit, Hilo 

5th Circuit, Lihue, Kauai.. . 



District Judge, Honolulu. 
do.... 

Clerk, Honolulu 



District Judge, Boise. 
Clerk, Boise 



Idaho. 
Idaho. 



District Judge, Chicago.. 

....do.. 

....do 

....do.-. 

....do. 

District Judge, Freeport. 
Clerk, Chicago... 



District Judge, Danville. 
District Judge, Benton... 
Clerk, East St. Louis 



District Judge, Springfield. 

District Judge, Quincy 

Clerk, Springfield.. 



District Judge, Hammond. 
Clerk, South Bend 



Ind. 
Ind. 



District Judge, Indianapolis. 
Clerk, Indianapolis.. 



Ind. 
Ind. 



• Third and Fourth Circuits combined. 



329 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



Iowa 

Northern District 

Henry N. Graven 

Lee McNeely 

Southern District 

Charles A. Dewey 

Nicholas F. Reed 

Kansas 

Guy T. Helvoringr 

Harry M. Washington. 

Kentucky 

Eastern District 



Hiram Church Ford. 

Mac Swinford i 

Arthur B. Rouse 



Western District 

Shackelford Miller, Jr.. 

Mac Swinford '. 

William T. Beckham.. 



Louisiana 

Eastern District 



Wayne Q. Borah.. 

Adrian J. Cailiouet 

A. Dallam O'Brien, Jr. 



Western District 

Benjamin C. Dawkins. 
Gaston Louis Porterie.. 
Philip H. Mecom 



John A. Peters 

Eben W. Freeman. 



Maryland 



William C. Coleman 

W. Calvin Chcsnut 

Charles W. Zimmermann. 



Massachusetts 



George C. Sweeney 

Francis J. W. Ford 

Chirles E. Wyzanski, Jr. 

Arthur D. Healey 

James S. Allen 



Michigan 

Eastern District 



Edward J. Moinet. 
Ernest A. O'Brien. 
Arthur F. Lederle.. 
Frank A. Picard... 

(Vacancy) 

George M. Read... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District Judge, Mason City 
Clerk, Dubuque 

District Judge, Des Moines 
Clerk, Des Moines 

District Judge, Topeka 

Clerk, Topeka 



District Judge, Lexington. 

do... 

Clerk, Lexington 



District Judge, Louisville. 
District Judge, Lexington. 
Clerk, Louisville 



District Judge, New Orleans. 

do.. 

Clerk, New Orleans 



District Judge, Monroe 

District Judge, Alexandria. 
Clerk, Shreveport 



District Judge, Baltimore. 

do 

Clerk, Baltimore. 



District Judge, Boston. 

do 

do.. 

do 

Clerk, Boston 



District Judge, Detroit.... 

do 

do 

District Judge, Bay City. 

District Judge. 

Clerk, Detroit 



1 To serve in both Eastern and Western Districts. 
' No additional compensation. 



Legal residence 



State 



lowa. 
lowa. 



lowa. 
Iowa. 



Kans. 
Kans- 



Ky. 
Ky. 

Ky. 



Ky. 
Ky. 

Ky. 



La. 
La. 
La. 



La. 
La. 
La. 



District Judge, Bangor.. Maine- 
Clerk, Portland Maine. 



Cong. 
Dist. 



Md. 
Md. 
Md. 



Mass- 
Mass- 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 



Mich, 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 



Mich. 



Com. 
pen- 
sation 



$10,000 
5,200 



10,000 
5,400 



10, 000 
5,800 



10, 000 
10, 000 
6,000 



10. 000 
6,000 



10, 000 
10, 000 
6,000 



10,000 
10, 000 
4,800 



10, 000 
4,800 



10, 000 
10, 000 
5,800 



10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10, 000 
7,000 



10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10. 000 
10, 000 
7,000 



330 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 
Dlst. 



Michigan— Continued 
Western District 



Fred M. Raymond. 
Orrie J. Sluiter 



Minnesota 

Qunnar H. Nordbye. 
Matthew M. Joyce- 
Robert C. Bell 

(Vacancy) 

Thomas H. Howard.. 



Western District 



Albert L. Reeves 

Albert A. Ridge 

John Caskie Collet '.. 
Richard M. Duncan ' 
Anthony L. Arnold.. 



Montana 



Charles N. Pray.. 
R. Lewis Brown.. 
Harry H. Walker. 



Nebraska 

James A. Donohoe.. 
John W. Delehant.. 
Mary A. Mullen 



Nevada 



(Vacancy) 

O. E. Benham. 



New Hampshire 



Aloysius J. Connor. 
Ray E. Burkett_... 



New Jersey 



Guy L. Fake 

Phillip Forman 

William F. Smith 

Thomas F. Meaney 

(Vacancy) . - 

William Henry Tallyn. 



District Judge, Grand Rapids. 
Clerk, Grand Rapids 



District Judge, Minneapolis. 

do - 

District Judge, St. Paul 

District Judge 

Cle