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Public Officials 

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Massachusetts 




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COOLIDGE. MARCUS ALLEN, 164 Blos- 
som St., Fitchburg, United States Senator, 
Democrat. 

Born: Westminster, Oct. 6, 1865. 

Educated: Attended Public Schools, Bry- 
ant & Stratton Commercial College, Boston. 

Business : Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Trustee and Vice Presi- 
dent Cushing Academy. 

Public Office: Mayor of Fitchburg 1916, 
Chairman Democratic State Convention 
1920, Treasurer Democratic State Commit- 
tee, Member Massachusetts Electoral Col- 
lege, 1929, United States Senator 1931-36, 

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WALSH, DAVID I., 37 Day St., Fitchburg, 
United States Senator, Democrat. 

Born: Leominster, Nov. 11, 1872. 

Educated: Holy Cross College '94, Boston 
University Law School '97. 

Profession: Lawyer, 18 Tremont St., Bos- 
ton. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1900-'01, Lieut. 
Governor 1913, Governor 1914-'15, Constitu- 
tirtnal Convention 1917-'18, United States 
Senator 1919-'24, 1927-'28, 1929-'34. 




ANDREW, A. PIATT, Eastern Point, 
Gloucester, Congress 6th District, Republi- 
can. 

Born: LaPorte, Ind., Feb. 12, 1873. 

Educated: Princeton and Harvard Univer- 
sities. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons, 
American Economic Ass'n, Harvard Clubs of 
Boston and New York, Metropolitan, Racquet 
and Chevy Chase (Washington) Clubs. 

Public Office: Director of Mint 1909, Asst. 
Sec'y of Treasury 1910, '12, Lt. Colonel A. 
E. F., 1917-1919. Member of 67th to 73rd 
Congresses. 

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CONNERY, WILLIAM P., 11 Bellevue 
Road, Lynn, Congress 7th District. Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Lynn, Aug. 24, 1888. 

Educated: Montreal College, Holy Cross 
College of Worcester. 

Business: Candy Manufacturer. 

Organizations: American Legion, K. of C, 
Moose, Eagles, Father Mathew T. A. S., 
Elks, Red Men, Kiwanis and Yankee Divi- 
sion Clubs. 

Public Office: Member 68th to 73rd Con- 
gresses. 



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DOUGLASS, JOHN J., 35 Bayswater St.. 
East Boston, Congress 11th District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 9, 1873. 

Educated: Boston College, Georgetown 
University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: A. O. H., Honorary mem- 
ber United Spanish War Veterans and G. 
A. R. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1899-'00, 1906, 
1913; Member Constitutional Convention. 
Member 69th to 73rd Congresses. 




FOSS. FRANK H., 68 Arlington St.. Fitch- 
burg, Congress 3rd District. Republican. 

Born: Augusta, Me., Sept. 20. 1865. 

Educated: Public Schools. Kents Hill 
Seminary, Kents Hill, Me. 

Business : Contractor. 

Organizations: Elks. Masons, Odd Fellows. 

Public Ofhce: Fitchburg City Counci'. 
Mayor of Fitchburg. Chairman Rep. State 
Comm.. Member of GDth to 73rd Congresses. 




GIFFORD, CHARLES L., Cotiiit, Congress 
15tli District, Republican. 

Born: Cotuit, March 15, 1871. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, Elks. 

Public OfRce: Mass. House 1912-'13. Mass. 
Senate 1914-'19. Elected for unexpired term 
in 67th Congress. Member 67th to 73rd 
Congresses. 




GRANFIELD, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 47 El- 
lington St., Longmeadow, Congress 2nd Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, Dec. 18, 1889. 

Educated: University of Notre Dame '13. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, K. 
Order of Foresters, Eagles. 

Public Office: Springfield 
oil, 1915-1916, Mass. House, 
stitutional Convention 
Delegate Dem. National 



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Common Coun- 
1917-1919, Con- 
1917-1918. District 
Conventions '24, '28 



and '32. Member of 71st to 73rd Congresses. 



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HEALEY, ARTHUR DANIEL, 47 Adams 
St., Somerville, Congress 8th District, Dem- 
ocrat. 

Born: Somerville, Dec. 29, 1889. 

Educated: Somerville Latin School, Dart- 
mouth College, Boston Univ. Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks, Eagles, 
Past Commander Somerville Post American 
Legion, Past Judge Advocate Mass. Dept. 
American Legion. 

Public Office: Ex-Chairman, Somerville 
Democratic City Committee, Member of 73rd 
Congress. 

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HOLMES, PEHR G., 27 Holden St., Wor- 
cester, Congress 4tli District, Republican. 

Born: Sweden, April 9, 1881. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools. 

Business: Manufacturer. 

Organizations: 32d degree Mason, Shrine, 
Elks, I. O. O. P., Red Men, Worcester 
County, Rotary, Reciprocity and Bancroft 
Auto Clubs. 

Public Office: Worcester Common Coun- 
cil, Board of Aldermen, Mayor, Governor's 
Council 1925-'2S; 72nd and 7;)i'd Congresses. 



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LUCE, ROBERT, 91 Summer St., Wal- 
tham, Congress 9th District, Republican. 

Born: Auburn, Me., Dec. 2, 1862. 

Educated: Public Schools and Harvard '82. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1899, 1901 to 
1908, Lieut. Governor 1912, Chairman Com- 
mittee on Rules and Procedure, Mass. Con- 
stitutional Convention 1917-'18, Chairman 
Comm. on Cost of Living, Member 66th to 
73rd Congresses. 



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MARTIN, Jr., JOSEPH WILLIAM, 54 
Grove St., North Attleborough, Congress 
14th District, Republican. 

Born: No. Attleborough, Nov. 3, 1884. 

Educated: High School. 

Profession: Editor. 

Organizations: Elks, Grange, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1912-'14, Mass. 
Senate" 1915-'17. Member 69th to 73rd Con- 
gresses. 



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McCORMACK, JOHN W., 726 Columbia 
Road, South Boston, Congress 12th District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 21, 1891. 

Educated : John A. Andrew School, Boston. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, M. C. O. F., 
American Legion, Elks, Moose, Old Timers 
Club, Boston City Club, Royal Arcanum. 

Public Office: Const. Con. 1917-'18, Mass. 
House 1920-'22, Mass. Senate 1923-'26, Mem- 
ber 70th Congress succeeding late J. A. Gal- 
livan, 71st to 73rd Congresses. 



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ROGERS, (Mrs.) EDITH NOURSE, 444 
Andover St., Lowell, Congress 5th District, 
Republican. 

Born: Saco, Me., 1881. 

Educated: Lowell, Mass., Paris, France. 

Occupation: Tr. Rogers Hall School. 

Organizations: Business and Professional 
Women's Republican Club, Congressional 
Country Club, Am. Legion Auxiliary, Moose 
Auxiliary, Mass. Society. 

Public Office: Elected to fill vacancy 69th 
Congress. Member 70th to 73rd Congresses. 



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TINKHAM, GEORGE HOLDEN, 326 Com- 
monwealth Ave., Boston, Congress 10th Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 29, 1870. 

Educated: Harvard College, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession: Attorney-at Law and member 
of Congress. 

Public Office: Boston Common Council 
1897-'98, Bd. of Aldermen 1900-'02, Mass. 
Senate 1910-'12. Member 64th to 73rd Con- 
gresses. 



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TREAD WAY, ALLEN T., Stockbridge, 
Congress 1st District, Republican. 

Born: Stockbridge, Sept. 16, 1867. 

Educated: Amherst College. 

Business: Hotel Owner. 

Organizations: A. F. & A. M., 33d degree 
Mason, Director Berkshire Trust Co., Trus- 
tee Savings Bank, Grange. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1904, Mass. 
Senate 1908-'ll, Pres. of Senate 1909-'li. 
Member 63rd to 73rd Congresses, Senior 
Mass. Member, Ways and Means Comm. 



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WIGGLESWORTH, RICHARD BOW- 
DITCH, 303 Adams St., Milton, Congress 
13th District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, April 25, 1891. 

Educated: Milton Acad. '08, Harvard Col. 
(AB) '12, Harvard Law School (LLB) '16. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Am. Bar Ass'n, Mass. Bar 
Ass'n, Am. Legion, Military Order World 
War, Military Order Foreign Wars. 

Public Office: Paris Rep. Agt. Gen. for 
Reparation Payments and Gen. Counsel for 
Organizations under Dawes Plan 1927-'28, 
Member 70th to 73rd Congresses. 
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MASSACHUSETTS 

STATE 

GOVERNMENT 



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ELY, JOSEPH BUELL, 66 Broad St.,, 
Westfield, Governor, Democrat. 

Born: Westfield, February 22, 1881. 

Educated: Williams College '02, Harvard 
Law School '05. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public Office: District Attorney, Western 
District, 1915-1919, Governor, 1931-'34. 




BACON, GASPAR GRISWOLD, 222 Prince 
St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), Lieutenant 
Governor, Republican. 

Born: Boston, March 7, 1886. 

Educated: Harvard College '08, Harvard 
Law School '12. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Moose, Elks, 
American Legion, Lt. Col. 26th Div., M.N.G., 
Boston and American Bar Associations. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1925 to 1932, 
President of Senate 1929-'32, Lieutenant 
Governor 1933-'34. 



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COOK, FREDERIC W., 75 Benton Rd., 
Somerville, Secretary of the Commonwealth, 
Republican. 

Born: Somerville, May 2, 1873. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation : Secretary of State. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Central, 
Somerville, Middlesex, Lexington Golf and 
Old Colony (Plymouth) Clubs. 

Public Office: Somerville Ass't. City 
Clerk 13 years. City Clerk 15 years, Secre- 
tary of the Commonwealth 1921-'34. 




HURLEY, CHARLES FRANCIS, 57 Fresh 
Pond Lane, Cambridge, State Treasurer and 
Receiver-General, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Nov. 24, 1893. 

Educated: Russell Grammar School, B. C. 
High School, Boston College. 

Business: Real Estate, Mortgages and Ins, 

Organizations: Elks, Am. Legion, I. N. F. 
Benefit Soc, Knights of St. Finbar, A. O. H., 
C. U. of Cambridge, B. C. Alumni Ass'n. 

Public Office: Cambridge School Comm., 
Trustee Cambridge Public Library, Acting 
Librarian, Cambridge Public Library, State 
Treasurer and Receiver-General 1931-'84. 

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HURLEY, FRANCIS X., 106 Inman St.. 
Cambridge, State Auditor, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Feb. 11. 1903. 

Educated: Harvard College '24, Harvard 
Law School '28. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Boston Athletic Associa- 
tion, Elks. 

Public Office: State Auditor 1931-'34. 



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WARNER, JOSEPH E., 52 Church Green, 
Taunton, Attorney General, Republican. 

Born: Taunton, May 16, 1884. 

Educated: Harvard College, Harvard Law. 

Profession: Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of P., Odd Fel- 
lows, Masons, A. O. U. W., Fraternity, 
S. A. E., Reciprocity, Episcopalian, Roose- 
velt, Middlesex, Mass. and Rep. Clubs. 

Public Office: Taunton Municipal Council 
1907-'ll, Trus. Pub. Library, Mass. House 
1913-'20, Speaker 1919-'20, Delegate to Rep. 
National Convention 1920, Asst. Atty. Gen. 
1923-'28, Atty. Gen. 192S-'34. 
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COUNCIL 




ANDREWS, MRS. ESTHER M., 68 Park- 
man St., Brookline, Governor's Council 3rd 
District, Republican. 

Born: Manchester, Eng., Dec. 15, 1862. 

Educated: Public Schools, Radcliffe Col- 
lege (special). 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Women's Repub. Club, 
Boston Women's City Club, Women's Edu- 
cational and Industrial Union, Radcliffe 
Union. 

Public Office: Minimum Wage Board, 
Governor's Council 1927-'34. 



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BAKER, J. ARTHUR, 252 South St., Pitts- 
field, Governor's Council 8th District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Buzzards Bay, June 25, 1879. 

Educated: Bourne Public Schools, Wor- 
cester Academy, Boston University, College 
of Liberal Arts, Law School. 

Profession: Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Berkshire 
Hills Country Club, American Bar Ass'n, 
Mass. Bar Ass'n, Berkshire Bar Ass'n, Izaak 
Walton League. 

Public Office: Governor's Council 1933-'34. 



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BURTNETT, EUGENE A. F., 39 Ware 
St.. West Somerville, Governor's Council 
6th District, Republican. 

Born: New York City, Oct. 24, 1870. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: President and Treasurer, Well- 
ington & Buck Co., Somerville. 

Organizations: Masonic Order and Elks. 

Public Office: Somerville Zoning Board 
of Appeals 1927-'30, Somerville Board of 
Aldermen 1930-'33, Chairman Republican 
Ward Comm. 1928-'32, Delegate Republican 
National Convention 1932, Governor's Coun- 
cil 1933-'34. 

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COAKLEY, DANIEL H., 52 Parsons St.. 
Boston (Brighton), Governor's Council 4th 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge. Dec. 10, 1865. 

Educated: Public Schools. St. Mary's 
Parochial School, Cambridge. 

Organization: Brighton Council, Knights 
of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. Legislature 1892-'94. 
Governor's Council 1933-'34. 



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COTE, EDMOND, 236 Eastern Ave., Fall 
River, Governor's Council 1st District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Beaumont, P. Q., Feb. 22, 1863. 

Educated : Canada. 

Business: Retail Piano Business. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office: Chairman Fall River Board 
of Aldermen, Governor's Council 1931-'34. 



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FRASER, EUGENE B., S Saiideisoii Ave., 
Lynn, Governor's Gonncil 5th District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Lynn, Feb. 19, 1869. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Treasurer of Lynn Gas & Elec- 
tric Company. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, Elks, Red Men, Moose. 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention 
1917-'18, Governor's Council 1923-'34. 



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GROSSMAN, JOSEPH B., 19 Glendale Rd., 
Quincy, Governor's Council 2nd District, 
Republican. 

Born: Quincy, July 15, 1892. 

Educated: Plymouth Business School. 

Business: Bldg. Materials. 

Organizations: Chr. Quincy Chapter, A. 
R. C, 32nd Degree Mason, Shrine, Elks, 
Odd Fellows, K. of P., I. O. B. A., Taleb 
Grotto, Rotary. 

Public Office: Board of Registrars, 1914- 
1922, Mass. House, 1927-'28, 1931-'32, Gov- 
ernor's Council 1933-'34. 



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SCHUSTER, WINPIELD ALDRICH, 
Main St., East Douglas, Governor's Coun- 
cil 7th District, Republican. 

Born: East Douglas. July 17, 1906. 

Educated: Douglas Public Schools, North- 
bridge High, Worcester Academy, Brown 
University, Harvard Graduate School (Busi- 
ness Administration). 

Business: Woolen Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Phi Gamma Delta, Elks. 

Public Office: Chairman Douglas Select- 
men, Governoi's Council 1932 (appointed by 
Gov. Ely June 1932), 1933-'34. 



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FISH, ERLAND F., 6 Prescott St., Brook- 
line, Norfolk and Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Republican. President of The Senate. 

Born: Cambridge, Dec. 7. 1883. 

Educated: Harvard College '05, Harvard 
Law School '08. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons. Elks, American 
Legion, V. F. W., M. O. W. W. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1920-'24. Mass. 
Senate 1925-'34, Maj. Gen. Mass. N. G. 
Commanding 26th Div.. Floor Leader, 1929- 
'32. President of The Senate 1933-'34. 

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BRAY, ALBERT C, Ashfield St., Shel- 
burne Falls, (Biickland P. O.) Franklin and 
Hampshire Senatorial District, Republican. 

Born: Euckland, Oct. 21, 1S66. 

Educated: Buckland Public Schools. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organization: A. F. & A. M. 

Public Office: Town Clerk and Treasurer 
1S94-1930, Assessor 1921-'32, Mass. House 
1917-'19, Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



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CARROLL. EDWARD CHRISTOPHER, 
234 L St., Boston (South Boston) 4th Suf- 
folk Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston. Dec. 15, 1893. 

Educated: Bigelow Grammar School, 
South Boston High School, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Business: Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, M. 
C. O. F., St. Margaret's Usher's Club. V. F. 
W., American Legion, South Boston Citi- 
zen's Association, Disabled War Veterans 
of America. U. S. Navv Veterans. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 

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CHASE, RUSSELL D., 78 Farmington 
Ave., Longmeadow, 1st Hampden Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: Lyndonville, Vt., March 10, 1892. 

Educated: Springfield Public Schools, 
Dartmouth College (BS), 1915. 

Business: Lumber Dealer. 

Organizations: Masons, Y. D. Veterans' 
Association. 

Public Oflfice: Chairman Springfield Re- 
publican City Committee 1928-'29, Mass 
Senate 1933-'34. 



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CONROY, WILLIAM S., 70 Eighteenth St., 
Fall River, 2nci Bristol Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Oct. 2. 1877. 

Educated: Public and private schools. 

Business: Loomfixer. 

Organizations: Elks, Eagles. 

Public Office: Fall River Alderman 1913- 
'16, Mass. House 1917-'26. Mass. Senate 
1929-'34. 



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COTTON, JOSEPH R., 53 Marrett Rd., 
Lexington, 7th Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Boston (Charlestown) Nov. 16, 1890. 

Educated: Boston Latin, Lexington Public 
Schools, Boston Univ. Law School, LL.B., 
LL.M. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons, 
Appalachian Mt. Club. 

Public Office: Lexington Moderator 1919- 
'20, Selectman 1920-'23, Mass. House 1923- 
'24, Mass. Senate 1926-'34. 
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CROWLEY, PRANK D., 63 Crescent Ave., 
Chelsea, 1st Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, Sept. 30, 1893. 

Educated: Public Schools, Georgetown 
University. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, American 
Legion, V.F.W., Yankee Div. Vet. Ass'n. Uni- 
versity Club of Boston, Chelsea Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Public Office: Chelsea City Solicitor, Suf- 
folk County Anportionment Board 1925-'26, 
Mass. House 1927-'30, Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 

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DAVIS, J. BRADFORD, 16 Johnson St., 
Haverhill, 4th Essex Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Bradford, Sept. 26, 1889. 

Educated: Phillips Andover Academy, 
University of Maine. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Am, Legion, Ply- 
mouth (12th) Division U. S. A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1921-'24, 
Mass. Senate 1925-'34. 



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Senatorial Dis- 



ERICKSON, EDGAR C, 
Worcester, 2nd Worcester 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Worcester, July 18, 1895. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools, 
Miles School of Heating Engineering. 

Business: Sales Manager. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Na- 
tional Guard, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 



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FINNEGAN, JOSEPH, 155 Train St., Bos- 
ton (Dorchester), 7th Suffolk Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Ireland, May 15, 1898. 

Educated: Bowdoin College, Boston Uni- 
versity Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, M. C. O. F.. 
A. O. H., Mayo Men's Benev. Association. 

Public Cffice: Mass. House 1927-'30. 
Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



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GALLAGHER, OWEN A., 17 Ocean St.. 
Boston (Dorchester) 8th Suffolk Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Newton, May 24, 1902. 

Educated: Boston College '23, Boston 
Univ. Law School '26. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: University Club, M.C.O.F., 
Woolsack Society. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'32, 
Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 



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GOODWIN, ANGIER L., 33 Reading Hill 
Ave., Melrose, 4th Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Fairfield, Me., Jan. 30, 1881. 

Educated: Colby College, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations : Masons, Shrine, Eastern 
Star, Elks, Grange, Odd Fellows, K. of P., 
Melrose Highlands Club, Melrose Fish & 
Game Club. 

Public Office: Melrose Bd. of Aldermen 8 
yrs., Pres. of Bd. 1920, Mayor 1921-'22, Mass. 
House 1925-'28, Mass. Senate 1929-'34. 
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HALEY, CORNELIUS F., Main St., Row- 
ley, 3rd Essex Senatorial District, Republi- 
can. 

Born: Newburyport, July 15, 1875. 

Educated: Public and private schools. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias, Rowley Historical Society, Grange, 
Rowley Fire Protective Association. 

Public OfRce: Rowley Selectman, Asses- 
sor and Overseer of Poor 10 years, Bd. of 
Health, Town Meeting Moderator. Mass. 
House 1919-'20, Mass. Senate 1927-'34. 



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HOLLIS, ARTHUR W., 90 Washington 
St., Newton, 1st Middlesex Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Newton, April 29, 1877. 

Educated: Harvard College 1900. 

Business: Insurance. 

Organization : Elks. 

Public Office: Newton Board of Aldermen 
1915-1920, 1922-1924 (President 1922-24), 
Mass. House 1925-192S, Mass. Senate 1929- 
1934. 



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HOLMES, NEWLAND H., 83 Webb St., 
Weymouth, Norfolk and Plymouth Sena- 
torial District, Republican. 

Born: Brockton, Aug. 30, 1891. 

Educated: Pembroke High School '06. 

Business: Advertising Manager. 

Organizations: Knight Templar, 32d de- 
gree Mason. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'30, 
Mass. Senate 1930 (to fill vacancy) 1931-'34. 



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HUGHES, J. PRANK, 9 Cherry St., Dan- 
vers, 2nd Essex Senatorial District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Danvers, Sept. 25, 1892. 

Educated: Danvers Public Schools, Bos- 
ton University. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Essex Bar Association, 
Mass. Bar Association. 

Public Office: Town Moderator, Warralit 
Officer 1st District Court of Essex, Danvers 
Town Counsel, Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 



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HURLEY, FRANK, 15 Beacon Ave., Hol- 
yoke, 2nd Hampden Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Hartford, Conn., March 9, 

Educated : St. Jerome High 
Georgetown Univ. Law School, '25. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: A. O. H., Elks, 
of Columbus. M. C. O. F., V. F. W. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1929-19:M. 



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School, 



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JOHNSTON, THOMAS H., 138 Water St , 
Clinton, Worcester-Hampden Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: Londonderry, Ireland, March 5, 
1872. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Masonic, Eastern Star, 
Harvest Club, Grange. 

Public Office: Auditor, Board of Regis- 
trars, Mass. House 1923-'28, Mass. Senate 
1931-'34. 



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KNOWLTON. Jr., GEORGE W., Main St., 
West Upton, 4th Worcester Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: West Upton, July 15, 1874. 

Educated: Upton Public Schools, Harvard. 

Occupation: Retired. 

Organizations: Army Ordnance Ass'n, 
Am. Legion, Military Order of World War, 
Reserve Officers Ass'n, Mass. Rep. Club, 
Worcester County Rep. Club. 

Public Office: Board of Selectmen, Fi- 
nance Comm., School Comm., Rep. Town 
Comm., Mass. House 1929-'30, Mass. Senate 
1933-'34. 

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LANGONE, Jr., JOSEPH A., 190 North 
St., Boston, 2nd Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 8. 1896. 

Educated: St. Mary's Parochial School, 
Warren Grammar School, English High 
School. 

Business : Undertaker. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 



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MACKAY, JOHN D., 75 Greenleaf St., 
Quincy, Norfolk Senatorial District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Canada, April 7, 1872. 

Educated: University of Maine. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Rotarians, Masons, Odd 
Fellows, O. S. C, American Bar Ass'n. 

Public Office: Quincy .School Board 7 
years (Chm. 3 yrs.), City Solicitor 2 yrs., 
Gov't Appeal Agent. Mass. Senate 1930-'34. 



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MADDEN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 76 For- 
est Hills St., Boston (Jamaica Plain) 5tli 
Suffolk Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 4, 1897. 

Educated: Comins Grammar School, High 
School of Commerce. 

Occupation: Traffic Manager. 

Organizations : Michael J. O'Connell 
Post A. L.. J. P. Board of Trade, Foresi 
Hills A. A., J. J. Connelly Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'26, 1931- 
'32, Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 



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MILES, CHARLES GARDNER, 48 Byron 
Ave., Brockton, Plymouth Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Republican, 

Born: East Hampden, Me., Dec. 2, 1879. 

Educated: Williston Seminary, University 
of Maryland. 

Profession: Physician. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, K. 
of P., Lt. Colonel Medical Corps. U. S. A. 

Public Office: Board of Education, 12 yrs , 
Department of Health 6 yrs., Mass. Senate 
1933-'34. 



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MONAHAN, JOSEPH WILLIAM, 65 Fair- 
view Ave., Belmont, 2nd Middlesex Sena- 
torial District, Democrat. 

Born: Watertown, Oct. 

Educated : Cambridge 
B. U. Law (LL.B.). 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, K. 
Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



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MORAN, JAMES G., 68 Rumford Ave.. 
Mansfield, 1st Bristol Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Mansfield, May 2, 1870. 

Educated: Lawrence Academy, Groton ; 
Mass. Institute of Technology, Northeastern 
University Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Grange, 
Lions. 

Public Office: MansfieUl Postnuister 4 
years, Mass. House 1917-'19, Mass. Senate 
1923-'34. 



62 




MOYSE, GEORGE G., 112 Virginia Rd., 
Waltliam, 5th Middlesex Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Canada, Dec. 21, 1878. 

Educated: Boston University. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: K. T., Shrine, I. O. O. P., 
Elks, Y. D. Vets, American Legion, Army 
& Navy Club, Colonel 182nd Inf., Mass. Na- 
tional Guard. 

Public Office: Waltham Board of Alder- 
men 2 years, Mass. House 1920-'24, Mass. 
Senate 1925-'34. 



63 




NICHOLSON, DONALD WILLIAM, High- 
land Road, Wareham, Cape & Plymouth 
Senatorial District, Republican. 

Born: Wareham, Aug. 11, 1888. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: I. O. O. F., Masons, R. A. 
C, O. E. S., Elks, American Legion. 

Public Office: Selectman and Assessor 6 
years. Chairman of Assessors 5 years, Mass. 
House 1925-'26, Mass. Senate 1927-'34. 



64 




NUTTING, EDWARD H., 3 Gardner 
Place, Leominster, 3rd Worcester Senator- 
ial District, Republican. 

Born: Leominster, July 6, 1869. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Caterer. 

Organizations: Elks, Odd Fellows, Red 
Men, Moose, Knights of Pythias, Sons of 
Veterans, Eagles. 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention, 
Mass. House 1913. '15, '16, '18, 1923-'30, 
Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



65 




PARKMAN, Jr., HENRY, 112 Pinckney 
St.. Boston, 3rd Suffolk Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, April 26, 1894. 

Educated: Harvard College '15, Harvard 
Law School, Northeastern Universitj^ Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, American Legion, 
Boston Bar Association, M. O. W. W. 

Public OfRce: Boston City Council 1926- 
'21^ Mass. Senate 1929-'34. 



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PLUXKETT, THEODORE ROBINSON. 
30 Park St., Adams, Berkshire Senator in] 
District, Republican. 

Born: Adams, May 10, 1882. 

Educated: Public Schools, Exeter ayjd 
Williams. 

Business: Retired. 

Organizations: Masons and Elks. 

Public Office: Adams Selectman, Ma-- 
Senate 1931-'34. 



67 




PUTNAM, HARRY BANCROFT, 89 Court 
St., Westfield, Berkshire-Hampshire-Hamp- 
den Senatorial District, Republican. 

Born: Westfield, September 7. 1878. 

Educated: Westfield Schools, Boston Uni- 
versity Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masonic Bodies, Univer- 
sity Club of Springfield. 

Public Oftice: Westfield City Council 
1921-'24, 1931, Mayor of Westfield 1927-'28. 
Constitutional Convention 1917, Mass. House 
1911-'13, Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 



68 




SCANLAN, JAMES CONLAN, 25 Munroe 
St., Somerville, 3rd Middlesex Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Dec. 18, 1896. 

Educated: Somerville Schools, Harvard 
College 1918. 

Business: Petroleum products. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Kiwanis, 
American Legion. 

Public Office: Somerville School Commit- 
tee 1925-'30, Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



69 




SHANAHAN, WILLIAM F., 588 Humph- 
rey St., Swampscott, 1st Essex Senatorial 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Rockland, Jan. 30, 1892. 

Educated: Holy Cross 1913, Suffolk Law 
1925. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



70 




STEVENS, CHARLES ABBOT, 377 Wil- 
der St., Lowell, 8th Middlesex Senatorial 
District, Republican. 

Born: Lowell, January 21, 1882. 

Educated: Lowell Public Schools, Har- 
vard College '04. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: American Legion, M. O. 
F. W., Military Order World War, Y. D. 
Vets Ass'n. 

Public Office: Ass't. Adjt.-Gen. Mass. 
1912-1913, Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



71 




SULLIVAN, JOHN S., 33 Richards St.. 
Worcester, 1st Worcester Senatorial Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Thompsonville, Conn., Dec. 18, 1875. 

Educated: Thompsonville Grammar 
Schools, Worcester Eve<ning High School. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Hibernians, 
Moose, Young Men's Democratic Club. 

Public Office: Worcester Board of Alder- 
men 7 years, Mass. Senate 1933-'34. 




May 28, 1874. 
Academy, Boston 



WARREN, CHARLES C, 15 Maple St., 
Arlington, 6th Middlesex Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Fryeburg, Me., 

Educated : Fryeburg 
University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Republican Club of Mass., 
Roosevelt Club, Arlington C. of C. 

Public Office: Arlington School Commit- 
tee, Chairman Arlington Republican Town 
Committee, Republican State Committee. 
Mass. House 1920-'22, Mass. Senate 1923-'34. 



73 




WARREN, JAMES E., 4 uongress St., 
Lawrence, 5th Essex Senatorial District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Oct. 14, 1888. 

Educated: Lowell schools. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, An- 
cient Order of Hibernians, Lawrence Yacht 
Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1923-'2S, 
Mass. Senate 1929-'34. 




WHITE, JOSEPH CHARLES, 29 OrcliarrI 
St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 6th Suffolk 
Senatorial District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 30, 1899. 

Educated: Boston College High, Boston 
College. 

Business: Petroleum Products. 

Organizations: K. of C, J. P. Board oi 
Trade, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'32, Mass. 
Senate 1933-'34. 



75 




WOOLFENDEN, L. THEODORE, 465 
Arnold St., New Bedford, 3rd Bristol Sena- 
torial District, Republican. 

Born: At Sea, April 21, 1873. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Shoe Dealer. 

Organizations: Masonic, P. M., O. E. S., 
P. P. 

Public Office: New Bedford Common 
Council 1901-'05, Mass. House 1925-'30. 
Mass. Senate 1931-'34. 



76 




WRAGG, SAMUEL H., 37 High St., Need- 
ham, Norfolk-Middlesex Senatorial District, 
Republican. 

Born: Needham, June 9, 1882. 

Educated: Needham Public Schools. 

Business: Court Officer, Insurance. 

Organizations: Elks, Masonic bodies, Odd 
Fellows. 

Public Office: Needham Board of Select- 
men 1914-'20, Town Moderator, Mass. House 
1919-"24, Mass. Senate 1925-'34. 



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SALTONSTALL, LEVERETT, 240 Chest- 
nut Hill Road, Newton (Chestnut Hill), 5th 
Middlesex House District, Republicau, 
Speaker of The House. 

Born: Newton, Sept. 1, 1892. 

Educated: Harvard A. B. '14, LL.B. '17, 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Masons, Ancient &, 
Honorable Artillery. 

Public Office: Newton Board of Aldermeu, 
Ass't. District Attorney Middlesex County, 
Mass. House 1923-'34, Speaker of the 
House 1929-'30, 1931-'32, 1933-'34. 



79 




ACHIN, Jr., HENRY, 9 Plymouth St., 
Lowell, 14th Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Lowell, June 30, 1883. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Fire Insurance. 

Public Office: Lowell City Council 1909- 
'11, Mass. House 1912-'34. 



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AIROLA, AUGUSTINE, 630 Boulevard, 
Revere, 25th Suffolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Revere, Sept. 14, 1886. 

Educated: Public schools, Boston Univ. 
Law School. 

Profession: Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Revere Post, American 
Legion, Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



81 




AKEROYD, WILLIAM A., Prospect St., 
Lanesborough, 3rd Berkshire House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Berlin, Germany, Oct. 24, 1883. 

Educated: Silver Bay Institute. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, Y. M. C. A, 
Grange. 

Public Office: Chairman of Selectmen and 
School Committee, Mass. House 1925-1930, 
1933-'34. 



82 




AMES, CHARLES W.. 24 Forest Hill 
Ave., Lynn, 9th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Lynn, March 10, 1860. 

Educated: Lynn schools. 

Business: Shoe Factory Supt. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Lvnn Tuberculosis League. 

Public Office: Lynn City Council 1920-'23, 
Mass. House 1923-'34. 



83 




ARNOLD. JAMES EARL, 1 Pineliurst 
Ave., Natick, 6th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: North Troy, Vt., May 5, 1895. 

Educated: Worcester Polytechnic Inst. 
'17, U. S. Naval Academy (Reserve Officers 
Training) 1918. 

Profession: Mechanical Engineer. 

Organizations: Army and Navy Club of 
Boston, Meridian Lodge, A. F. & A. M., 
V. F. W., American Legion. 

Public Office: Lieut. -Commander U. S. 
Navy, Commissioned Naval Officer 14 years. 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 

84 




ASPELL, JOHN F., 6 Woodville Street, 
Boston (Roxbury), 8th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, July 8, 1906. 

Educated: Boston Schools. 

Occupation: Student. 

Organizations: Kiiights of Columbus, 
Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



85 




BABCOCK, JOSIAH, 232 Edge Hill Rd. 
Milton, 7th Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Milton, May 21, 1880. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Hay and grain. 

Organization: Boston Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

Public Office: Local Food Administrator 
Mass. House 1918-'19. 1925-'34. 



86 




BACIGALUPO, EDW- itD P., 29 Charter 
Street, Boston, 3rd Su -. . House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 19, 1897. 

Educated: Boston English High '15, Suf- 
folk Law School '27. 

Occupation: Investigator and Law Clerk. 

Organization: Hendric\'s Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 




BAKER, WILLIAM BROOKS, 399 Wal- 
tham St., West Newton, 4tli Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Danvers, Jan. 10, 1879. 

Educated: Amherst College, Northeastern 
University Law School. 

Business: Trustee and Manager of Prop- 
erty. 

Organization: Boston Real Estate Ex- 
change. 

Public Office: Newton Board of Alder- 
men 1924-'28, Mass. House 1929-'34. 




BALDWIN, WILLIAM A., 84 Adams St., 
Lynn, 11th Essex House District, Republi- 
can. 

Born: Moosup, Conn. 

Educated: Public schools. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organization: Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office: Assessor, 1910-'15, Lynn 
City Council 1926-'27, Mass. House 1927-'30, 
1933-'34. 



89 




BARNET, PHILIP, 91 Rotch St., 
Bedfoid, 7th Bristol House District, 
publican. 

Born: New Bedford. Dec. 2, 1892. 

Educated: Harvard Col. '15, Harvard 
School '18. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



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90 




BARROWS, MARY LIVERMORE, 20 West 
Emerson St., Melrose, zznd Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Melrose, June 30, 1877. 

Educated: Melrose schools, Howard 
Sem., W. Bridgewater, Wellesley College. 

Profession : Lecturer and Teacher. 

Organizations: Women's Rep. Club of 
Mass., League of Women Voters, D.A.R., Am. 
Legion Aux., Professional Women's Club, 
Melrose Women's Club, Gen. All. Unitarian 
Women, WeUesley Col. Alumni Assoc. 

Public Office: Melrose Bd. of Aldermen. 
Mass. House 1929-'34. 

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BARRY, THOMAS EDMUND, 35 St. Ed- 
wards Rd., Boston (East Boston) 1st Suf- 
folk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, May 14, 1899. 

Educated: Ithaca College of Fine Arts, 
Ithaca. N. Y., 1926, Columbia University, 
1927, Harvard College, 1927-'28. 

Profession : Teacher. 

Organizations: American Legion, Elks, 
Knights of Columbus, M. C. O. F., Moose. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



92 




BARTLETT, ALBERT LEROY, 513 Wash- 
ington St., Haverhill, 2nd Essex House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Haverhill, June 1, 1851. 

Educated: Haverhill Public Schools, Dart- 
mouth College '72. 

Occupation: Retired. Author Silver 
Series Language Books, "A Golden Way," 
"Some Memories of Old Haverhill." 

Public Office: Supt. Haverhill Schools, 
Chr. Public Library Trustees, 1888; Chr. 
Park Comm., 1898-1912; Commr. Public 
Safety 1912-'15, 1920-'24, Mayor 1915-'16. 
Mass. House 1931-'34. 

93 




BAZINET, WILFRED P., 27 East Main 
St., Webster, 5tli Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Webster, Nov. 26, 1901. 

Educated: University of Maryland. 

Profession: Dentist. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Franco-American Foresters, Club Gag- 
non. 

Public Office: Webster Board of Health 
G years, Mass. House 1929-'30, 1933-'34. 



94 




BELL, MALCOLM LAWRIE, 24 High St., 
Marbiehe^d, l2!th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Marblehead, Nov. 30, 1890. 

Educated: PhilMps Andover. 

Business: Electrical Appliance. 

Public Office: Marblehead Assessor, 
School Committeeman, Mass. Senate 1931- 
'32, Mass. House 1929-'30, 1933-'34. 



95 




BENTLEY, JAMES D., 15 Beach Ave., 
Swampscott, 12th Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: New Brunswick, Canada, Feb. 6, 
1884. 

Educated: Swampscott Public Schools. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, K. of P., Red 
Men, Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1916-'28, 19:31- 
'34. 



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6th Bristol House District, 



BESSETTE, 
New Bedford, 
Republican. 

Born: Fitchburg, March 25, 1876. 

Educated: Public and Parochial Schools 

Occupation: Pharmacist. 

Organizations: Elks, Red Men, Eagles 
Moose, Tigers, Sharp 
American Club. 

Public Office: Mass. 
Mass. House, 1917-1924 



Shooters, Franco- 
Senate, 1925-1928, 
1931-1934. 



97 




BIGELOW, ALBERT F., 246 Dudley St. 
Brookline, 2ncl Norfolk House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 4, 1880. 

Educated: Harvard College, Harvard Lav 
School. 

Occupation: Lawyer, Trustee, Jute Mnfg. 

Organizations: Masons, Pres. Boston 
Legal Aid Society, Pres. Children's Mu- 
seum. 

Public Office: Chr. Board of Trustees 
Brookline Public Library, Limited Town 
Meeting member, Mass. House 1927-'34. 



98 




BIRMINGHAM, LEO MICHAEL, 82 Hun- 
newell Ave., Boston (Brighton), 22ncl Suf- 
folk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, April 14, 1893. 

Educated: Boston College. 

Occupation : Funeral Director. 

Organizations: K. of C, M. C. O. F., 
A. O. H., American Legion, Brighton Catho- 
lic Institute, Mass. Funeral Directors' Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'34. 
Democratic House Floor Leader. 



99 




BOURGEOIS, ALBERT LIONEL, 49 Fro- 
thingham St., Lowell, IGth Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Lowell, June 7, 1899. 

Educated: Holy Cross College '22, Har- 
vard Law School '25. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



100 




BOWKER, PHILIP GRIGGS, 48 Welland 
Rd., Brookline, 2nd Norfolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Brookline. April 17, 1899. 

Educated: Brookline Pub. Schools, Stone 
School of Boston, Dartmouth Colleg-e 1923. 

Business: Life Ins., Underwriter and Agt. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Am. Legion, 
V. F. W., K. of P., O. E. S., Dartmouth Club 
of Boston, Dartmouth Alumni Asso., Brook- 
line Cham, of Com., Brookline His. Soc. 

Public Office: Brookline Plan. Bd. 1928- 
'29, Brookline Board of Selectmen 1929-'34 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 
101 




March 14, 1875. 
University '97, 



Harvard 



BRIGGS, FRED EMERSON, 7 North Main 
St., Attleboro, 1st Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Attleboro, 

Educated: Brown 
Law School 1900. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, 
O. E. S. 

Public Office: Attleboro 
cil 1922-1927, Attleboro 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



Masons, Shrine, 

Municipal Coun- 
Mayor 1927-'31, 



102 




BRIGHAM, MRS. EMMA E., 78 Bowdoin 
St., Springfield, 6th Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Hartford, Vt., June 10, 1872. 

Educated: Randolph, Vt., St. Nor. School, 
McLean Hos. Train. School, Waverly, Mass., 
Mass. Gen. Hos. Train. School, Boston. 

Occupation: Housewife. 

Organizations: Springfield Dist. and Mass. 
Worn. Rep. Club, Morning Club, O. E. S., 
Rep. Club of Mass., Hampden Cty. Worn. 
Club. Nat'l Soc. Puritan Descendants. 

Public Office: Springfield Com. Council, 
Board of Aldermen, Mass. House 1929-'34. 
103 




BRIMBLECOM, WARREN KINGSBURY. 
5 Fairfield St., Newtonville, 4tli Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Newton, June 25, 1899. 

Educated: Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, '21. 

Business: Managing Editor, Newton Gra- 
phic. 

Organization: Newton Rotary Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



104 




BROWN, HARRY DUNLAP, Wymans Rd.. 
Billerica, 17th Middlesex House District. Re- 
publican. 

Born: Lowell. April 17. 1892. 

Educated: Mass. Agricultural College '14. 

Business: Fruit grower and farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, I. O. O. F., Kappa 
Sigma, American Legion, Capt. Inf., L". S. A.. 
Society of First Division (U. S. A.). 

Public Office: Billerica Board of Public 
Welfare, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



105 




BROWN, WILLIAM ALBERT, 47 West 
St., North Abington, 5tli Plymouth House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Abington, Feb. 5, 1888. 

Educated: Abington schools. 

Business: Automobile dealer. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Masons, Ki- 
wanis. 

Public Office: Town Finance Comm., Mass. 
House 1931-'34. 



106 




BULLOCK, ALBERT W., 146 Weston St., 
Waltham, 7th Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Waltham, April 18, 1872. 

Educated: Waltham public schools. 

Occupation: Instructor. 

Organizations: I. O. O. F., Masons, R. A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1920-'34. 



107 




BURGESS, ARTHUR I., 14 Marion St. 
Quincy, 4th Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican, 

Born: Kingston, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1894. 

Educated: High School, Law School. 

Profession: Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: Masons, Kiwanis (Past 
President), Director Y. M. C. A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-1934. 



108 




CAHILL, HORACE TRACY, 60 Arborway 
Drive, East Braintree, 6th Norfolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: New York City, Dec. 12, 1894. 

Educated: Boston English High, Hunting- 
ton Prep., Northeastern Univ. Law, Tufts. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, American Legion, 
I. O. O. F., "40 & 8." 

Public Office: Highway Surveyor 1927-'29, 
Commissioner Public Welfare 1927-'31, 1932- 
'35, Selectman 1927-'35, Chairman 1928-'29, 
1932-'33, Mass. House 1929-'34. House 
Floor Leader. 

109 




CAMPBELL/CHARLES J., Main St., Rut- 
land, 2nd Worcester House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Rutland, Sept. 28, 1877. 

Educated: Rutland Public Schools. 

Business: Salesman and Real Estate. 

Oi'ganizations: Masons, Grange, President 
Worcester County Selectmen's Association. 

Public Office: Rutland Selectman 17 years. 
Chairman of Board 15 years, Tax Collector 
7 years, Assessor 7 years, Water Board 3 
years, Moderator 9 years, Republican Town 
Committee 30 years, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



110 




CANDE, ZACHEUS H., Under Mountain 
Rd., Sheffield, 5tli Berkshire House District. 
Republican. 

Born: Sheffield, Feb. 15, 1876. 

Educated: Sheffield Schools and Albany 
Business College. 

Occupation: Farmer and Fruit Grower. 

Organizations: Cincinnatus Lodge of Ma- 
sons, Sheffield Grange 224. 

Public Office: School Committee 17 years, 
Mass. House 1933-34. 



Ill 




CARNEY, LEO EDWARD JOSEPH. 53 
Ashley St., New Bedford, Stli Bristol House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Pawtucket, R. I., Nov. 16, 1899. 

Educated: New Bedford Public Schools. 

Business: Textile. 

Organizations: Bay View Cricket Club, 
(Jercle Champlain, Cercle Canadien, Ameri- 
can Federation of Labor. 

Public Office: New Bedford City Council 
1929-32, Mass. House 1933-*34. 



112 




CARROLL, THOMAS FRANCIS. 38 State 
St., Revere, 25th Suffolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Charlestown, Jan. 10. 1902. 

Educated: Boston College High. Suffolk 
Law School '29. 

Occupation: Undertaker. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C. Eagles. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



113 




CAVANAGH, CHARLES THOMAS, 11 
Milton St., Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, June 12, 1893. 

Educated: Cambridge Public Schools. 

Business: Wholesale Fruit. 

Organizations : Elks, Knights of Columbus, 
Cambridge Post American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



114 




CAWLEY, EDWARD MICHAEL, 4. Home 
St., Springfield, 4th Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Springfield, June 17, 1895. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: K. of C. Eagles. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



115 




CENTRACCHIO, TONY A., 863 Saratoga 
St., Boston (East Boston), 1st Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Chelsea, May 25, 1906. 

Educated: Emerson Grammar School, E. 
Boston, Boston High School of Commerce, 
Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Sons of Italy, Orient Heights Lodge, Suffolk 
Law School Alumni Association. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



116 




CHASE, CHESTER W., 97 Lake Su, New 
Bedford, 7th Bristol House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Oak Bluffs, Aug. 27, 1885. 

Educated: New Bedford Public Schools. 

Business: Cotton Broker. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: New Bedford City Council 
2 years, Mass. House 1927-'34. 



117 




CHEVALIER, CHARLES DANIEL, 82 
West St., Holyoke, 12th Hampden House 
District, Democrat-Republican. 

Born: Holyoke, June 29, 1901. 

Educated: Holy Cross College, Boston 
University Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



118 





CLAMPIT, RALPH VESTER, 137 Belvi- 
dere St., Springfield, 9th Hampden House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Springfield, March 28, 1896. 

Educated: Northeastern University Law 
School 1928. 

Business: Machine Designer. 

Organization: Odd Fellows. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



119 




CLARK, FRANCIS PETER, 729 High St.. 
Holyoke, 13th Hampden House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Holyoke, Aug. 22, 1896. 

Educated: Holyoke High, Catholic Uni- 
versity, Washington, D. C, (B.S.), B. U. 
Law School (LL.B.). 

Business: Clerk. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Columbus, 
American Legion, Eagles, Alpha Sigma Phi 
Gamma Chapter, M. C. O. F., Churchill A. C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1922-'34. 



120 




CLARK, JAMES W., 20 Hillside Ave., 
Amesbury, 1st Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Amesbury, June 23, 1873. 

Educated: Amesbury. 

Business: Automobile Body Builder and 
Dealer, Town Treasurer. 

Organizations: Masons, 32d Degree, K. T., 
Aleppo Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., O. E. S., 
Mass. Treasurer's and Collector's Ass'n, 
Amesbury Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Park Commissioner, Bd. of 
Selectmen, Chr. 3 yrs.. Town Treasurer 10 
yrs., Mass. House 1929-'34. 
121 




CLARKSON, FRANK, 116 Mower St., 
Worcester, 21st Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Worcester, June 21, 1877. 

Educated: Grammar School, Hinman's 
Business College. 

Occupation: Real Estate (Retired). 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Tat- 
nuck Club. 

Public Office: Worcester Councilman 1927- 
'31, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



122 




CLEARY, JOSEPH FRANCIS, 38 High St.. 
Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Sept. 4, 1901. 

Educated: Cambridge Latin School. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



123 




CLL.Uv NS, MAYNARD E. S., 2 Dell Ave., 
Wakefield, 19th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Saugus, Dec. 11, 1866. 

Educated: Public school, Boston Univ. 
Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masonic, Eastern Star, 
Middlesex Bar Ass'n. 

Public Office: Wakefield Town Solicitor, 
Draft Board, Mass. House 1923-'30, 1933-'34. 



124 




COADY, FRANCIS DAVID, 64 Willow St., 
Cambridge, 1st Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Jan. 20, 1884. 

Educated: Cambridge Schools. 

Business: Florist. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council, 
Mass. House 1983-'34. 



125 




COAKLEY, ANDREW J.. 19 Bell Street. 
Chicopee, 10th Hampden House District. 
Democrat. 

Born: Chicopee, Nov. 6, 1906. 

Educated: Chicopee Schools. 

Business: Salesman. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



120 




COHEN, SAMUEL H.. 24 Crawford St.. 
Boston (Roxbury), 12th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Boston, May 24, 1904. 

Educated: Boston University Law School, 
LL.B. 1924, LL.M. 1925. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Pythias, Rox- 
bury Historical Society, Boston Y. M. H, A. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



127 




COLE, HAROLD E., 144 Oak St., Taunton, 
4th Bristol House District, Republican. 

Born: Taunton, June 26, 1895. 

Educated: Northeastern University Law 
School. 

Profession: Patent Attorney. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Am. Legion. 
Grange, Taunton Bar Assoc, Mass. Legal 
Aid Soc, Winthrop Commandery, Westville 
Men's Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



128 




COMERFORD, JOHN T., 103 Francis St., 
Brookline. 2nd Norfolk House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Brookline, June 8, 1887. 

Educated: Brookline High School, North- 
eastern University Law, Harvard Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Am. Legion, V. P. W., K. of 
C, M. C. O. F. 

Public Office: Brookline Town Meeting 
Member, Assessor, Capt. Inf. U. S. A., Mass. 
House 1931-'34. 



129 




COMERFORD, RICHARD, 31 Marshall St., 
Leominster, 10th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Leominster, Oct. 13, 1905. 

Educated: Leominster Public Schools. Suf- 
folk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Public OfTice: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



130 




CONCANNON, JOHN J., 1677 Dorchester 
Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 16th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, August 28, 1900. 

Educated: Dorchester High School, Suf- 
folk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



X31 




COOKE, CHARLES H., 182 Cottage St., 
Athol, 1st Worcester House District, Repub- 

1 1 r> o I"! 

Born: Athol, May 13, 1878. 

Educated: Atliol High School, Amherst 
College 1900. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: Masons, Rotary Interna- 
tional. 

Public Oflfice: Athol Selectman 15 years. 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



IZZ 




COUGHLIN, FRANK BERNARD, 167 
Pleasant St., Norwood, 8th Norfolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Norwood, Jan. 11, 1891, 

Educated: Suffolk Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks, American 
Legion. 

Public Office: Town Planning Board 8 
years, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



m 




CRAVEN, JOHN JOSEPH, 20 Dorr St., 
Boston (Roxbury) 9tli Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Roxbury, Aug. 29, 1907. 

Educated: Higli School of Commerce '24, 
Boston Latin School (Post Grad), United 
States Naval Academy, Boston University. 

Business: Advertising Salesman. 

Organization: Nyma Club of Roxbury. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



134 




CROSBY, NELSON B., 10 Davis Ave., 
Arlington, 28tli Middlesex House District. 
Republican. 

Born: Arlington, June 20. 1871. 

Educated : Arlington Public Schools. 

Business: Market Gardener. 

Organizations: Arlington Chamber of 
Commerce. Boston Market Gardeners' Ass'n, 
Modern Woodmen of America. 

Public Office: Selectmen 1922-'28 (Ch. 
1924-'27) Joint Bd. Selectmen and Pub. 
Works 1922-'28, Fin. Comm., (Ch. 1921), Lo- 
cal Chairman Conservation Comm. World 
War, Mass. House 1931-'34. 
135 




CROWLEY, JOHN J., 8 Vermont Ave., 
Somerville, 24th Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Sept. 20. 1900. 

Educated: Somerville Schools, Northeast- 
ern University, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Democratic Ward and City 
Committee, Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Somerville Aldermen 1928- 
'31, (Vice-Pres. 1930), Mass. House 1931-'34. 



136 




CURTIS, LAURENCE, 464 Beacon St., Bos- 
ton, 5th Suffolk House District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 3, 1893. 

Educated: Harvard College '16, Harvard 
Law School '21. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, A. L., M.O.W.W., 
Director Fam. Welfare Soc , Boston C. of C, 
City of Boston, Mass. and Am. Bar Ass'ns. 

Public Office: Attache American Em- 
bassj^ 1916, Secretary of a Justice of the 
Supreme Court U. S. 1920, Assist. U. S. 
Dist. Attorney, Boston, 1923-'24, Boston City 
Council 1930-'33, Mass. House 1933-'34, 
137 




DALE, GEORGE H., 654 Main St., Water- 
town, 7th Middlesex Honse District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: St. John, N. B., Nov. 25, 1870. 

Educated : St. John High School, Mt. Alli- 
son College. 

Occupation: Mechanical Engineer. 

Organizations: Masons, K. of P., Middle- 
sex Club, Unitarian Club, Repub. Club of 
Mass., Lincoln Club and Repub. Club of 
Watertown. 

Public Office: Chr. Repub. Town Comm., 
Chr. Exec. Comm. Rep. State Comm., Mass. 
House, 1921, '22, '25, '26, '33, '34. 

138 




DEAN, ERNEST J., Chilmark, 1st Dukes 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Lawrence, April 5, 1883. 

Educated: N. Y. Public Schools. 

Business: Marine Fisheries. 

Organizations: A. F. & A. M., Odd Fellows, 
I. O. R. M., Grange. 

Public Office: Town Clerk 1920-'34, 
Mass. House 1923-'34. 



139 




DEARBORN, HIRAM N.. 86 Electric Ave., 
Somerville, 25th Middlesex House District 
Republican. 

Born: Proviiicetown, Dec. 21, 1867. 

Educated: Provincetown schools. 

Business: Contractor, Painter. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office: Somerville Board of Alder- 
men 6 yrs., Mass. House 1923-'30, 1933-'34. 



140 




DELMORE, THOMAS A., 176 Andover 
St., Lowell, 15th Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lowell, Dec. 21, 1894. 

Educated: St. Patrick's Boy's School, 
Lowell High School, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: St. Patrick's Alumni, Lo- 
well Post A. L. No. 87, K. of C, Y. M. C. J., 
Suffolk Law Alumni, Longmeadow Golf 
Club. 

Public Office: Lowell Councillor-at-Large, 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



141 




DEMETER, GEORGE, 214 Huntington 
Ave.. Boston (Back Bay), 4th Suffolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Athens, Greece, March 13, 1896. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, Harvard 
College '18, Boston University Law School 
'24. 

Profession : Lawyer-Parliamentarian. 

Organizations: Ancient & Honorable Artil- 
lery, A. F. & A. M., Mass. Consistory, Aleppo 
Temple, O. E. S., Elks, American Legion, 
Army and Navv Club, Captain State Staff 
M. N. G. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 

142 




DERHAM, JOHN S., 112 North Main St., 
Uxbridge. 6th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Whitinsville, Feb. 4, 1895. 

Educated: St. John's Prep., Catholic Uni- 
versity of America. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Red Men, K. of C, 
Rotary, Worcester County Bar Ass'n, Dis- 
abled American Vets, of World War. 

Public Office: Uxbridge Town Solicitor 
and School Committeeman 1926, Mass. 
House 1927-'34. 



143 




DESCHENES, LOUIS N. M., Delisle St., 
Fitchburg, 11th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Lindsay, Ont., April 7, 1872. 

Educated: Ontario Collegiate Institute. 

Business: Student, (formerly Realty De- 
velopment). 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks. 

Public Office: Fitchburg City Council 1901 
to 1905, Bd. of Aldermen 1906 to 1909, Clim. 
of Bd. 1908-'09, Fitchburg Development 
Commission 7 years, Mass. House 1910, 
1921-'34. 



144 




DEVER, PAUL ANDREW, 63 Reservoir 
St., Cambridge, 3rd Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 15, 1903. 

Educated: Boston University Law School, 
'26. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, AVoolsack Soci- 
ety, St. Peters C. C, Cambridge Bar Ass'n, 
Catholic Alumni Sodality. 

Public Ofltice: Public Administrator Mid- 
dlesex County, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



145 




DEWAR, BURT, 38 Webber St., Maiden, 
21st Middlesex House District, Republican. 

Born: Maiden, Dec. 29, 1884. 

Educated: Maiden Public Schools. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: Elks. Knights of Pythias. 
Red Men, Masons, Eagles, Moose, Kiwanis, 
Maiden Club. 

Public Office: Maiden Common Council 
1910-'ll, Maldeit Bd. Aldermen 1914-^19, 
dim. 1916-'18, Street and Water Com- 
mission 1920-'23, Mass. House 1923-'34. 



14G 




DILLON, THOMAS PATRICK, 2551/2 
Broadway, Cambridge, 1st Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Feb. 19, 1901. 

Educated: Boston College High, St. 
Mary's Parochial School. 

Occupation: Telephone Employee. 

Organizations: Cambridge Council, K. of 
C, Bishop Cheverus Assembly. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



147 




DODD, GEORGE LINCOLN, Franklin St.. 
Wrentliam, 11th Norfolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, May 3, 1868. 

Educated: Chauncy Hall School, Boston. 

Business: Commission Dry Goods. 

Organizations: Masons, Grand Command- 
er of the Grand Commandery, Knights 
Templars of Massachusetts and Rhode 
Island, Sons of American Revolution. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'26, 
1933-'34. 



148 




DOLAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, 14 Hol- 
brook St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 19th 
Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 31, 1899. 

Educated: Agassiz Grammar, W. Rox- 
bury High School, Boston University. 

Business: Fun-ier. 

Organizations: P. G. K. Jamaica Plain 
Council K. of C, 4th Degree K. of C, Forest 
Hills A. A., Elks, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-1934. 



149 




DOLE. FRED BELDING. Shelburne, 1st 
Franklin House District, Republican. 

Born: Ellington, Conn., Jan. 23, 1895. 

Educated : Arms Academy. 

Business: Parmer. 

Organizations: Grange, Deputy Mass. 
State Grange. 

Public Office: President Franklin County 
Agricultural Society, President Franklin 
County Dairymen's Association, Vice-Pres. 
Mass. Fairs Association, Pres. Franklin 
County ('Ongregational Conference, Mass. 
House 19;!:!-';m. 



150 




DONAHUE, JOHN E., 40 Quimby Street, 
Haverhill, 2nd Essex House District, Demo- 

Born: Haverhill, Sept. 18, 1905. 

Educated: Haverhill High School '25. 

Business: Druggist. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Elks. 

Public Office: Haverhill School Commit- 
tee 1930-'31, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



151 




DONNELLY, JAMES P., 221 Bailey St., 
Lawrence, 6th Essex House District, Demo- 

OVe\ t 

Born: Manchester, N. H., Feb. 26, 1890. 

Educated: Lawrence Grammar Schools, 
Lawrence Evening High School. 

Occupation: Salesman and Clerk. 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention 
1917-'18, Mass. House 1920, 1933-'34. 



152 




DONOVAN, CORNELIUS P., 74 Hanovei 
St., Lynn, 9th Essex House District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Lynn. March 15, 1895. 

Educated: Suffollc Law School 1930. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



153 




DORGAN, THOMAS, 43 Owencroft Rd.. 
Boston, (Dorchester), 17th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Clonakiltv. County Cork, Ireland, 
Aug. 15, 1892. 

Educated: National Schools of Ireland, 
Boston University Law School (LLB). 

Occupation: Bus Operator, Boston El. Ry. 

Organizations: Ward 17 Democratic Club, 
St. Gregory's Court, M.C.O.F., Boston Car- 
men's Union, Old Dorchester Post 65, A. L. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



154 




DOWNEY, JOSEPH H., 254 Main Street, 
Brockton, 9th Plymouth House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Dec. 6, 1890. 

Educated: Oliver Ames High, No. Easton. 

Occupation: Cutter. 

Organizations: Oko Club, K. of C, Elks. 

Public Office: Brockton City Council 5 
years, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



155 




DOYLE, ANTHONY R., 150 Beacon St., 
Worcester, 19th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, 1895. 

Educated: Worcester Academy, Holy 
Cross College, Georgetown University. 

Business: Real Estate. Mortgages. 

Organizations: St. Anne's T. A., Worces- 
ter Lodge of Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



;56 




DOYLE, WILLIAM HENRY, 76 Leonard 
St., Maiden, 21st Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Maiden, Nov. 20, 1890. 

Educated: Maiden Public Schools, Mass. 
Nautical Training School. 

Business: Sales Manager. 

Organizations: Elks, American Legion. 

Public Office: Maiden Councilman 1914- 
15, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



157 




DRISCOLL, GEORGE F., 904 Middle St., 
Fall River, 10th Bristol House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Nov. 22, 1900. 

Educated: N. B. Borden Grammar School, 
B. M. C. Durfee High School, Boston Univ. 
Law School, '22. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organization: Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



158 




DUNCAN. NORMAN LE ROY, 41 Porter 
St., Woburn, 18th Middlesex House District. 
Republican. 

Bom: Woburn. Nov. 16. 1891. 

Educated: Brown University '15. 

Occupation : Exchange Editor. Boston 
Globe. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons. 

Public Office: Woburn School Committee 
1924-'29, Mass. House 1931-34. 



159 




EISENSTADT, SAMUEL, 158 Walnut 
Ave., Boston (Roxbury), 12th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 25. 1898. 

Educated: Dearborn Grammar School, 
Boston English High School. Suffolk Law 
School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Knights of 
Pvthias. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



160 



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ERICKSON, SVEN A., 15 Forestdale Rd., 
Worcester, 13tli Worcester House District. 
Repul)lican. 

Born: Boras, Sweden, Dec. 9, 1875. 

Educated: Sweden. 

Business: Barber (Proprietor). 

Organizations: Ragnar V. O., Viking S. F. 
of A., Sons of Ragnar. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



161 




ESTABROOK, HENRY A., 31 Longwoocl 
Ave., Fitchbiirg, 11th Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Ashby, April 22, 1850. 

Educated: Ashby Schools, Appleton Aca- 
demy, New Ipswich, N. H. 

Business: Surgical Mechanical Appli- 
ances. 

Organizations: reasons, Odd Fellows 
Trustee Mass. College of Pharmacy 16 yrs. 
Fitchburg Bd. of Trade, Merchants' Ass'n 
Fitchburg Sportsman's Club. 

Public Office: Fitchburg Sch. Md. 1910-'20 
Mass. House 1925-'34. 



162 




FLAVIN, JOHN PATRICK, 16 Hersey PI.. 
Quincy, 3rd Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: New York City, March 7, 1902. 

Educated: Quincy High School, 1919, 
Boston College, A. B., 1923, Suffolk Law 
School, LL.B., 1932. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks, Quincy 
Chamber of Commerce, Quincy Art League, 
Lions. 

Public Office: Councillor 1926-'32, Presi- 
dent 1929-'32, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



163 




L., 9 Friend St., Man- 
House District, Repiib- 



FLOYD, FRANK 

Chester, 16th Essex 
lican. 

Born: Manchester, October 17, 1893. 

Educated: Manchester Public Schools. 

Business: Merchant and Insurance Agt. 

Organizations: 32nd Degree Mason, Odd 
Fellows, Sons of Union Veterans, A.O.U.W. 

Public Office: Town Clerk and member of 
Planning Board, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



164 




FORWARD. WINFRED F.. South Street, 
Graiiby, 3rd Hampshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Granby, Feb. 15, 1884. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, O. E. S.. Grange. 

Public Office: Town Auditor, Constable, 
Tax Collector, Assessor, Selectman, Chr. 8 
yrs., Associate Commissioner Hampshire 
County, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



165 




GALLAGHER, OWEN, 676 Columbia Rd.. 
Boston (Dorchester), 7th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Ireland, Nov. 12, 1884. 

Educated: Irish National Schools, South 
Boston Evening High School, Burdett's Col- 
lege. Ballou and Hobbigand Preparatory 
School, Dr. Curry's School of Expression, 
Y.M.C.A. Law School, Charles H. Innes Law 
School. 

Profession: Attorney-at-Law. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



166 




GAROPANO, TONY A., 61 Summer St.. 
Saiigus, lOtli Essex House District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Italy, May 28. 1885. 

Educated: Common Schools. 

Business: Master Barber. 

Organizations: Elks, Eagles, Knights of 
Columbus, Honorary Member Post 6, Amer- 
ican Legion, Lynn, Y.D. and Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, Sons of Italy. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1920, 1923-'34. 



167 




GIROUX, EUGENE H., 45 Pennsylvania 
Ave., Somerville, 24tli Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Jan. 20, 1903. 

Educated: Boston College, B. U. Law 
School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, M. C. O. F., 
Royal Arcanum, Catli. Alumni Sodality of 
Boston. St. Vincent de Paul Society, Olym- 
pic Club, Democratic State Committee. 

Public Office: Somerville School Commit- 
tee 1930-'31, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



168 




GOGUEN, J. HENRY, 163 Seventh Street, 
Leominster, 10th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fitchbnrg, March S, 1899. 

Educated: Holy Cross College '22. 

Profession : Teacher. 

Organizations: American Legion, Elks, 
Eagles. Lions Service Club, Union St. Jean 
Baptiste d'Amerique, Franco-American For- 
esters, Societe L'Assumption. 

Public Office: Leominster City Council 
1929-'30, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



169 




GOTT, MOLLIS M., 90 Churchill Avenue, 
Arlington, 28th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Arlington. May 25. 1885. 

Educated: Arlington Public Schools. 

Business: Insurance Broker. 

Organizations: Hiram Lodge A. F. & 
A. M., Army and Navy Club. 

Public Office: Arlington Finance Com- 
mittee 1922-'26, (Chr. 1925-'26), Bd. of Se- 
lectmen 1926-'32, (Chr. 2 yrs.), Joint Board 
1926-'32 (Chr. 2 yrs.), Mass. House 1933-'34. 



170 




GRANT, WILLIAM PATRICK, 95 Weet- 
amoe St., Fall River, 11th Bristol House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Nov. 5, 1904. 

Educated: Durfee High School, Herrick's 
Business School, Fall River Textile School. 

Organizations : Eagles, Sec. Democratic 
City Comm., Chr. Ward 9 Democratic Comm., 
Pres. Fall River Inter-Dist. Baseball League. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



171 




GUNN, JAMES A., 10 High St., Montague, 
3rd Franklin House District, Republican. 

Born: Montague, June 7, 1883. 

Educated: Montague High School, Gush- 
ing Academy. 

Business: Clothier, Chairman Investment 
Board Crocker Institution for Savings. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Grange, Rotary, Governor 30th District, 
Rotary International, 1927-1928. 

Public Office: School Committee, Mass. 
House 1933-'34. 



172 




HAGAN, JAMES E., 351 Washington St., 
Somerville, 23rd Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Jan. 25, 1902. 

Educated: St. Joseph's Parochial School, 
Somerville High School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Eagles, Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



173 




HALLIWELL, JOHN, 2G George St., New 
Bedford, 8th Bristol House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Mossley, Eng., Feb. 21, 1864. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Retired. 

Organizations: Masons, A. O. IT. W., I. O. 
O. F., Manchester Unity. 

Public Office: New Bedford Common 
Council 1905-'07, Mass. Senate 1918-'24. 
Mass. House 1914-'17, 1927-':M. 



174 




HAMILTON, RALPH N., 9 Cottage St.. 
Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Cambridge, Nov. 16, 1898. 

Educated: Morse Grammar School, Rindg«> 
Technical School. 

Business: Insurance. 

Organization: A. F. & A. M. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council 
1926-*29. Mass. House 1929-'34. 



175 




HANNAFORD, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 210 
Lake St., East Weymouth, 5th Norfolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Medford, October 14, 1892. 

Educated: Weymouth Public Schools. 

Business: Ice and Coal Dealer. 

Organizations : Elks, Knights of Pythias, 
Rotary. 

Public Office: President of Chamber of 
Commerce, Chairman Board of Selectmen, 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



176 




HANSEN. ARTHUR ALEXANDER, 26 
Boynton St., Waltham, 7th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Waltham, July 22, 1890. 

Educated: Waltham and Boston schools 

Business: Builder and Mill Work. 

Organizations: American Legion, Mas- 
ons. Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'34. 



177 




HARNISCH, JOSEPH J., 553 McKinstry 
Ave., Chicopee, 11th Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Republican-Democrat. 

Born: Rougemont, Prance, Dec. 28, 1883. 

Educated: Holyoke Public Schools. 

Occupation: Foreman, Anker Pig. Co., 
Holyoke. 

Organizations: Foresters of America. 
Eagles, Red Men, Holyoke Typographical 
Union, St. Jean Baptiste, Connecticut Val- 
ley Printing Craftsmen. 

Public Oflfice: Chicopee License Commis- 
sioner 1924-'30, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



178 




HAVEY, CLAYTON LOCKE, 140 Church 
St., Boston, (West Roxbury), 20th Suffolk 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Roslindale, July 17, 1897. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, Phil- 
lips Andover Academy. 

Business: Builder. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



179 




HAWORTH, LAWRENCE ALANSON. 10 
View St., Dalton, 4th Berkshire House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Adams, May 23, 1871. 

Educated: Child's Business 
Springfield. 

Business: General Business. 

Organizations: Masons, Rod 
Club, Dad's Auxiliary to the Boy 

Public Office: School Committee for 12 
years. Finance Committee for 25 years, 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



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and Gun 
Scouts. 



180 




HAYS, MARTIN, 15 Park Vale Ave., Bos- 
ton (Allston), 21st Suffolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: New York, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1876. 

Profession: Lawyer, 18 Tremont St., 
Boston. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1910, 1912, '13, 
'14, Mass. Senate 1915, 1916, Mass. House 
1917-'30, 1933-'34. 



181 




HEDGES, CHARLES W., 279 Beale St., 
Quincy (Wollaston), 4th Norfolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Westfield, March 27, 1901. 

Educated: Dean Academy, Syracuse Uni- 
versity. 

Business: Commercial Reporting, Pres. 
The Standard Service Bureau. Inc. 

Organization: Lions. 

Public Office: Quincv City Council 1930- 
'32. Mass. House 1933-'34. 



182 




HENNIGAN, JAMES W., 6 Biicknam St., 
Boston, (Roxbury Crossing), lOtli Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 24, 1890. 

Educated: Boston English High School 
(Evening). 

Business : Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



183 




HERTER, CHRISTIAN ARCHIBALD. 61 
Beacon St., Boston, 5th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Paris, France, March 28, 1895. 

Educated: Harvard. 

Business: Publisher. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Attache American Emb- 
assy, Berlin, 1916-'17, Special Asst. Dept. of 
State 1917-'18, Sec. American Comm. to 
Negotiate Peace 1918-'19, Asst. to Sec. of 
Commerce Herbert Hoover 1919-'24, Mass. 
House 1981-'34. 



184 




HICKEY, WILLIAM P., 485 East First 
St., Boston (South Boston), 6th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: South Boston, Nov. 17, 1871. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Organizations: Al. Smith Club, Elks, A. 
O. H., N. E. O. P., Moose, K. of C, Director 
South Boston Co-op. Bank. 

Public Office: Boston City Council 1896- 
'98, Mass. Senate 1913-'14, Mass. House 
1909-'12, 1919-'34. 



185 




HIGGINS, JOHN P., 36 Hancock St., Bos- 
ton, 3rd Suffolk House District. Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 19, 1893. 

Educated: Harvard College, '17, North- 
eastern College of Law, B. U. Law. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: M. C. O. F., (Trustee at 
Large), Am. Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



18(; 




HIGGINS, WILLIAM ANTHONY, 72 Irv- 
ington St., New Bedford, 6th Bristol House 
District, Republican. 

Born: New Bedford, July 23, 1897. 

Educated: Local Schools. 

Business: Insurance Broker. 

Organizations: Am. Legion, V.P.W., Dis- 
abled Am. Vets, K. of C, 102 Field Art. 
Vet's Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



187 




HONAN, DANIEL J., 19 Wlieelock St.. 
Winthrop, 26th Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, Jan. 19, 1884. 

Educated: Commercial College, Fall 
River, Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Proprietor, Auto Service Sta- 
tion. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



188 




HURLEY, JOHN EDWARD, 87 Glenrose 
Rd., Boston, (Dorchester), 16th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Dorchester, Nov. 3, 1906. 

Educated: St. Margaret's School, Boston 
College High Sch., Boston College '30, A.B. 

Occupation: Salesman and law student. 

Organizations: Redberry Council, K. of C, 
Bishop Cheverus Assembly, Fourth Degree, 
Rev. John S. McKone Court, M.C.O.F., B. C. 
Alumni, St. Mark's Holy Name Society, St. 
Margaret's Ushers' Club, Harrison Square 
Imp. Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 
189 




HUTCHINSON, FRED A., 36 Savory St.. 
Lynn, 10th Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Chelsea, April 5, 1881. 

Educated: Lynn Public Schools. 

Business: Inst. Scale Draughtsman. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights of Pythias, Red Men. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1921-'22, 
1925-'30, 1933-'34. 



190 




INGALLS, ALFRED W., 28 Basset St., 
Lynn, lltli Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Lynn, July 6, 1882. 

Educated: Brown University, Suffolk 
Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Scottish Clans, American Legion. 

Public Office: Lynn City Council 1921- 
'22. Mass. House 1923-'34. 



191 




INNES, CHARLES JOHN, 51 Exeter St., 
Boston, 4th Suffolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: New York City, June 1, 1901. 

Educated: Harvard College, '22, Boston 
University Law School, '26. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Assistant Corporation Coun- 
sel, Boston, 1927-'30, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



192 




IRWIN, JOHN JOSEPH, 187 Riverside 
Ave., Medford, 26tli Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Medford, Jan. 29, 1892. 

Educated: Medford Public Schools, Bur- 
dett College, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, Elks, American 
Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



193 




IRZYK, FELIX, 6 Derby St., Salem, 13th 
Essex House District, Democrat. 

Born: Poland, April 17, 1895. 

Educated: Salem Public Schools, St. 
Mary's Seminary, Orchard Lake, Michigan. 

Business: Insurance Agent. 

Organizations: Polish American Citizens 
Club, St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Society, 
Polish Falcons Nest, St. Anthony Roman 
Catholic Society, St. John's Polish National 
Alliance, Salem Elks. 

Public Office: Citv Councillor 1927-'30. 
Mass. House 1931-'34. 



194 




JEWETT, VICTOR FRANCIS, 58 Waiina- 
lancit St., Lowell, 14tli Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Tyngsboro. Nov. 26, 1881. 

Educated: Lowell Public Schools, Hop- 
kinson Private School, Harvard University, 
'05. 

Business: Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Boston City Club, Masons 
Yorick Club. 

Public Office: Lowell Common Council 
1909-'10, President in 1910, Mass. House 
1912-'34, Majority Floor Leader, 1921-'24, 
1925-'28, 1929-'34. 

195 




JOHNSON, ADOLPH, 11 Second Street, 
Brockton, 8tli Plymouth House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Sweden, July 20, 1885. 

Educated: Sweden. 

Business: Shoe Repairing. 

Organizations: Scandinavian Fraternity 
of America, Knights of Pythias, Vasa Order. 

Public Office: Councilman 1926-1929, Al- 
derman 1930-'32, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



106 




JONES, ARCHIBALD L., So. Main St., 
Middleton, 7tli Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Cowansville, Que., Canada, June 
26, 1900. 

Educated: Northeastern Univ., Hunting- 
ton Prep. School, Danvers High School. 

Business: Electrical and Ilium. Eng. 

Organizations: Masons, I.O.O.F., Red 
Men, Selectmen's Ass'n, Mun. Lgt'g Ass'n. 

Public Office: Chairman Board of Select- 
men 1931-'33, Chm. Board of Health 1931- 
'33, Chm. Elec. Light Commission, Repub- 
lican Town Comm, Mass. House 1933-'34. 

197 




JO]\i:.«, JUHN ALi<Rii^D, 23 Winter St., 
Peabody. 8th Essex House District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Peabody, March 25, 1895. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Leather Worker. 

Organizations: C.T.A.S., Elks, Eagles. 
American Legion, Leather Workers' Union. 
Veteran Firemen's Association. 

Public Office: Peabody City Council 1919- 
'22, Mass. House 1923-'34. 



198 




JONES, WILLIAM A., Main St., Barn- 
stable, 1st Barnstable House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Barnstable, March 27, 1885. 

Educated: Barnstable Public Schools. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Elks, K. of 
P., Masons, Grange. 

Public Office: Highway Surveyor, Board 
of Health. Mass. House 1928-'34. 



199 




JORDAN, MICHAEL H., 28 Exchange St.. 
Lawrence. 4th Essex House District. 
Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, Feb. 7, 1863. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Woolsorter. 

Organizations: Woolsorters' Union, Wool- 
sorters' Benefit Association, Holy Name and 
Catholic Clubs, Owls. Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1916-'34. 



200 




KELLEY, CHARLES A.. 37 Harrison St., 
Worcester, loth Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Worcester, March 24, 1860. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: Eagles, K. of C. 

Public Office: Worcester Bd. of Aldermeri 
1909-'10, Mass. House 1917-'19, 1921-'34 



201 




KELLEY, EDWARD J.. 14 Gage St., 
Worcester, 14th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Holyoke. Dec. 25, 1897. 

Educated: Sacred Heart Academy, Wor- 
cester, and Bryant & Stratton Bus. College. 

Business: Sales Mgr., Ginger Ale. 

Organizations: K. of C, A.O.H., St. An- 
ne's T. A. Soc, Eagles, City Council Alumni, 
Sacred Heart Academy Alumni, Bryant & 
Stratton Club, Killarney Club. 

Public Office: Worcester Council 1920- 
'21, Aldermen 1922, Dem. House Floor Lead- 
er 1925-'28, Mass. House 1923-'34. 

202 




KELLEY, FRANCIS JOSEPH, 84 Bank 
St., North Attleborough, 1st Bristol House 
District. Republican. 

Born: No. Attleborough, March 21, 1890. 

Educated: No. Attleborough High School, 
Tufts College. 

Occupation: Newspaperman. 

Public Office: North Attleborough Board 
of Assessors, Mass. House 1925-'34. 



203 




KENDALL, JAMES EDWARD, Forest St.. 
Dunstable, 12th Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Dunstable, Sept. 4, 1870. 

Educated: Public Schools, Conn. Literary 
Institute. Lawrence Academy. 

Profession: Surveyor, Timber Operator 

Organization: Grange. 

Public Office: Town Auditor, 1892-'97, 
School Comm. 1898-1907. 1922-'24, Select- 
man. Assessor and Bd. of Public Welfare 
1908-1921. 1925-'27, 1 980-1 9?.4, Mass. House 
19:',1-':M. 



204 




KILLGOAR, GEORGE F., 81 Sydney St., 
Boston (Dorchester), 13th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Feb. 23, 1905. 

Educated: English High '22, Boston Uni- 
versity 1923-'28, Northeastern Law School, 

Business : Accountant. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



205 




KILROY, JAMES JOSEPH, 100 Center 
St., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 11th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 26, 1902. 

Educated: Boston Grammar Schools, High 
School of Commerce. 

Business: Trucking (Owner and Mgr.) 

Organizations: Mass. Catholic Order ot* 
Foresters, National Association of Cost Ac- 
countants, Mass. Movers' Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



206 




KIMBALL, JOHN V., 96 Maple St., Mai- 
den, 21st Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Lynn, July 17, 187b. 

Educated: Revere Schools. 

Business: Heating and Ventilating Eng. 
6 Beacon St., Boston. 

Organizations: Boston City Club, K. of 
P., Maiden Chamber of Commerce, Elks, 
32nd Degree Mason, Shrine, Odd Fellows, 
Mass. Mayors' Club, Kernwood Club. 

Public Office: Maiden City Council 1915- 
'19 Mayor 1920-'24, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



207 




KINNEY, ORVIS F., 448 North Elm St., 
West Bridgewater, 6th Plymouth House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Barford, P.Q., Canada, May 23, 1880. 

Educated: Howard High School. 

Business: Market Gardener and Whole- 
sale Produce Dealer. 

Organizations: K. of P., P. C, Masons, St. 
Geo. Lodge, Satucket Chapt., O.E.S., Grotto. 

Public Office: Selectman, Pub. Wei. Bd.. 
Overseer of the Poor, Assessor, Auditor, 
Water Comm, Rep. Town Comm., 25 years; 
Treas. Howard Funds, 15 years; Mass 
House 1909-'10, 1929-'30, 1933-'34. 

208 




KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM E., SO How- 
ard St., Holyoke, 14tli Hampden House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Holyoke, Nov. 12, 1901. 

Educated: Holyoke Schools, Holy Cross 
College, B. U. Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus. 

Public Office: Holyoke City Solicitor 1930. 
Mass. House 1925-'34. 



209 




KNOWLES, JOHN QUINCY, 125 Spihif-': 
St., Hull, 3rd Plymouth House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Hull, May 21, 1895. 

Educated: Public Schools, Hingham High 
School. 

Occupation: Reporter. 

Organizations: Y-D Club of Boston, 101st 
Infantry Veterans' Association. 

Public Office: Sinking Funds Commis- 
sioner, Moderator, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



210 




KNOWLTON, LEROY LITCHFIELD, 
Grafton, 8th Worcester House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Grafton, July 17, 1884. 

Educated: Grafton Public Schools. 

Business: Farmer. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Grafton Selectman, Mass. 
House 1933-'34. 



21X 




LAMOUREUX, WILFRID J., 98 Main St. 
Southbridge, 4th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Southbridge, Dec. 13, 1869. 

Educated: Watertown, N. Y. Seminary, 
Montreal Grand Seminary. 

Business: Furniture. 

Organizations: Eagles. Red Men, K. of C 
Cercle Canadien, Southbridge Club, Elks 
M. C. O. F. 

Public Office: Town Auditor 3 yrs.. Sewer 
Cmr. 9 vrs.. Selectman 18 yrs., Mass. House 
1910. 1911. 1919, 1920. 1927-'34. 



212 




LANE, THOMAS J., 92 Abbott St.. Law- 
rence, 6th Essex House District, Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, July 6, 1898. 

Educated: Suffolk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Lawrence Bar Associa- 
tion, American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



213 




LARSON, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, 577 
Broadway, Everett, 20th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Gibson City, 111., Jan. 10, 1887. 

Educated: Rock Island College, Harvard 
University. 

Occupation: Secretarial. 

Public Office: Chr. Comm. Education 10 
yrs., member Rules 2 yrs.. State Adm. 8 
yrs., now serving Election Laws and State 
Adm., Mass. House 1920-'30, 1933-'34. 



214 




LASELL JOHN WHITIN. 141 Hill St.. 
Whitinsville, 7th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Whitinsville, Nov. 30, 1897. 

Educated: Williams College 1920. 

Business: Textile Machinery Mfgr. 

Organizations: Masons, K. of P., Amer- 
ican Legion. 

Public Office: Northbridge Selectman 
3 926, Commissioner Mt. Wachusett State 
Reservation 1929. Mass. House 1933-'34. 



215 




LEE, ROBERT L., 69 Bunker Hill St., 
Boston (Charlestown), 2nd Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, June 26, 1897. 

Educated: Charlestown Grammar and 
High Schools. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: K. of C, M.C.O.F., A.O.H., 
Elks, St. Catherine's Holy Name Society, 
Bunker Hill S. & A. Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



21G 




LEE, ROBERT VINCENT, 773 E. Fourtli 
St., Boston (South Boston), 6th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: So. Boston, Sept 28, 1900. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, North- 
eastern University. 

Occupation: Accountant. 

Organizations: Pere Marquette Council, 
K. of C, So. Boston Citizens' Ass'n, Al 
Smith Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



217 




LEVINS, MARCUS J., 35 Fox St., Boston 
(Dorchester), 15tli Siiftolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Nov. 26, 1897. 

Educated: Nortlieastern University, Bos- 
ton College Extension Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, St. Peter's Holy 
Name Society, Dorchester Citizens' Ass'n, 
Francis G. Kane Post, A. L.. Dorchester 
Tammany Club, Centaur Club. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



218 




LEYDEN, JOSEPH W., 16 Kelley Sq., 
Worcester, 16th Worcester House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: W^orcester, March 12, 1882. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools. 

Business: Grocer. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus, 4th 
Degree. 

Public Office: Worcester Common Coun- 
cil 1913-'14, Board of Aldermen 1920-'24, 
Mass. House 1925-'34. 



219 




LODGE, Jr., HENRY CABOT, 275 Hale 
St., Beverly, 15tli Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Nahant, July 5, 1902. 

Educated: Harvard College, '24, AB Cum 
Laude, Completing tour years Course in 
three. 

Profession: Journalism. 

Organization: 1st Lieutenant, Cavalry, 
U. S. Army. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



220 




LOGAN, JOSEPH A., 59 Cottage Street, 
Boston (Hyde Park), 18tli Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Hyde Park, May 18, 1895. 

Educated: Hyde Park High School, Bos- 
ton University, Bentley, Northeastern Uni- 
versity of Law. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Am. Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, Elks, A.O.H. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



m 



LOMAX, Jr., TERRANCE JOSEPH, 74 
Conant St., Fall River, 9th Bristol House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Fall River. August 29, 1907. 

Educated: Fall River Grammar and High 
Schools. Holy Cross College. 1924-'26, Bos- 
ton University Law School. '29. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Fraternal Order of Eagles. 
Y.M.I.A., Holy Cross Alumni Ass'n. Boston 
University Alumni Ass'n. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



222 




LLlTWIELER. CLARENCE S.. 24 Dimck- 
lee St., Newton Highlands, 5th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Rochester, N. Y., June 16, 1861. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Treas. American Stay Co., E, 
Boston. 

Organizations: Masons, Middlesex and 
Boston City Clubs. 

Public Oflice: Newton School Board 
Mass. House 1925-'34. 



223 




LYONS, JOHN P., Goo Nu. Main Street. 
Brockton, 10th Plymouth House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Kerry, Ireland, June 24, 1879. 

Educated: Public Schools, Ireland. 

Business: General Express. 

Organizations: Elks, A. O. H., Jefferson 
Club, Cricket Club, Protective Veteran Fire- 
men. 

Public Office: Brockton Highway Com- 
missioner 1923-'25, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



224 




MacLEAN, FRANK E., 76 Loriiig St., 
Lowell, 14th Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Prince Edward Island, Dec. 26, 
1871. 

Educated: Public Schools P.E.I. 

Occupation: Newspaper Reporter. 

Organizations: Scottish Clans, Odd Fel- 
lows, Lowell Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Lowell City Council 1926- 
1929, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



225 




MAHONEY, JOHN V., 75 Howard Ave., 
Boston (Dorchester), 13th Suffolk House 
District. Democrat. 

Born: Ireland, July 20. 1S89. 

Educated: Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: Knights of Columbus. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



22f) 




MANEVITCH, HYMAN. 17 Wildwood St., 
Boston (Dorchester), 14th Suffolk House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Boston, July 4, 1898. 

Educated: Washington Grammar School, 
Boston English High. 

Profession: Newspaper Man. 

Organizations: V.P.W., Jewish War Vet. of 
the U.S., Dir. Dor.-Mat. Hebrew School, Dir. 
Workingmen's Loan Ass'n, Wd. 14 Com- 
munity Club, Hebrew Helping Hand, Mem- 
ber of Log. 259 IBTCC of Am., A. F. of L. 

Public Office: App. Dir. Work. Loan Ass'n 
by Mayor of Boston, Mass. House 1933-'34. 
827 




MANNING, STEPHEN ANDREW, 169 
East Main St., Marlborough, 9th Middlesex 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Marlborough, Nov. 9, 1894. 

Educated: Marlborough Public, High and 
Business College. 

Occupation: Shoeworker. 

Organizations: K. of C, Am. Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



228 




MARKLEY, PHILIP M., 21 Oswego St. 
Springfield, 5th Hampden House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Westboro. March 28, 1897. 

Educated: Springfield Cathedral High 
School. 

Business: Sales Manager. 

Organizations: American Legion, Eagles. 

Public Office: Springfield Councilman, 
Mass. House 1931-'34. 



9on 




Mccracken, JAMES M., 2O6 Nehoiden 
St., Needham, 1st Norfolk House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Natick, July 30, 1877. 

Educated: Natick Public and High 
Schools. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Masons, Pythians, Odd 
Fellows. 

Public Office: Selectman, Mass. House 
1933-'34. 



230 




Mcculloch, ELMER L., 91 Friend St.. 
Adams, 2nd Berkshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Savoy, May 6, 1876. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Milk Dealer. 

Organizations: Adams Board of Trade, 
B.P.O. Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1920-'34. 



231 




Mcdonald, PAUL JOHN, 37 crest Ave., 
Chelsea, 24th Suffolk House District. Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Chelsea, July 13, 1900. 

Educated: Chelsea Schools, Harvard Col- 
lege, Boston University Law School, '26. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, M.C.O.F., Chelsea-Revere Bar Ass'n, 
President of Al. E. Smith Club of Chelsea. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 




Mcdonough, timothy J., 131 Carolina 
Ave., Boston (Jamaica Plain), 11th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Jan. 9, 1894. 

Educated: Leo XIII School, Jamaica Plain 
High, Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Mass. C.O.F., K. of C, Al- 
hambra, Bishop Cheverus Assembly, J. P. 
Imp. Ass'n, J. P. Board of Trade, I.N.F., 
Charitable Irish Society. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 







McFARLAND, FRANK JOSEPH, 44 Mel- 
ville Ave., Boston (Dorchester), 17th Suf- 
folk House District, Democrat. 

Born: Cambridge, Sept. 11, 1899. 

Educated: Boston Public Schools, Went- 
worth, B.U., Suffolk Law School. LLB, '29. 

Business: Assessor. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
American Legion, American P^ederation of 
Labor, St. Gregory's T. A. S. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



234 




McHUGH, LAWRENCE P., 49 Bournedale 
Rd., Boston (Jamajca Plain), 19th Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 28, 1903. 

Educated: Stalev College, Suffolk Law 
School LLB. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus. 
M.C.O.F., Boston Bar Association. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



235 




42 Trapelo Ra., 
House District, 



McLELLAN, OWEN D. 
Belmont, 27th Middlesex 
Republican. 

Born: Nova Scotia, May 22. 1881. 

Educated: Nova Scotia. 

Business: Building Construction. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Rot- 
ary Club. 

Public Office: Belmont Selectman 6 yrs,, 
Mass. House 1931-'34. 



236 




McNULTY, ANTHONY A., 285 Dudley St., 
Boston (Roxbury), 8th Suffolk House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Roxbury, Sept. 3, 1897. 

Educated: Public Schools, Suffolk Law 
School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: KTnights of Columbus, Am. 
Legion, Moose. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



237 







MEEHAN, JAMES PHILIP, 54 Olive Ave., 
Lawrence, 5tli Essex House District. Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Lawrence, June 25, 1893. 

Educated: Lawrence Public Schools. 

Business: Painter and Decorator. 

Organizations: Elks, Painters and Decor- 
ators Brotherhood, Lawrence and Mass. 
State Bldg. Trades Coun., Mass. State Conf. 
P. D. & P. of A., Merrimac Valley (^onf. 
Lawrence Yacht (Mnb, Tower Hill Ass'n. 
A. F. of L. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



238 




MELLEY, WILLIAM H., 60 Watts Street, 
Chelsea, 23rd Suffolk House District, Demo- 
crat. 

Born: Chelsea, May 18, 1903. 

Educated: Boston College (AB) '24, Har- 
vard Law School (LLB) '28. 

Profession : Attorney. 

Organizations: Elks, K. of C, Chelsea 
Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



239 




MILANO, JOSEPH A., 115 Grove St., Mel- 
rose, 22nd Middlesex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Boston, April 8, 1883. 

Educated: Elliott Grammar School and 
Boston English High School. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Melrose Lodge 1031. Elks, 
Melrose Council K. of C, Melrose Fish and 
Game Club. 

Public Office: Melrose Board of Alder- 
men, ten consecutive years (President in 
1927), Mass. House 1933-'34, 



240 




MINNIS, ARCHIE FOSTER, 167 Union 
St., Rockland, 4th Plymouth House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Rockland, April 13, 1884. 

Educated: Rockland Public Schools. 

Business: Auto Rental Service. 

Public Office: Rockland Selectman, Board 
of Public Welfare, Chief of Rockland Po- 
lice. Mass. House 1933-'34. 



241 




MORIARTY, DANIEL F., 783 Lawrence 
St., Lowell, 15tli Middlesex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lowell. April 5, 1895. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Bank Clerk, Bookkeeper. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 4th 
Degree, Elks, South End Club, Alpine Club, 
Y.M.C.I. 

Public Office: Lowell City Council 1922- 
'24, Mass. House 1925-'34. 



242 




MORRIS, ALBERT EDWARD, 19 Green- 
halge Ave., Everett, 20th Middlesex House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Revere, April 4, 1903. 

Educated: Everett High School, Holder- 
iiess Academy, Northeastern University 
School of Law. 

Profession: Secretary. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, 
Elks. 

Public Office: Secretary to Mayor of Ev- 
erett 1928-'29, Mass House 1983-'84. 



243 




MYCOCK, GEORGE SAMUEL, School St., 
Freetown, 5th Bristol House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Fall River, Jan. 8th, 1896. 

Educated: Durfee High School, Durfee 
Textile School. 

Business: Textile Broker, Merchant, Mfr. 

Organizations: Masons, Grange, So. East- 
ern Mass. Bds. of Health and C. of C, Bristol 
County and State Selectmen's Ass'ns, Troop 
Committeeman Assonet Boy Scouts of Am. 

Public Office: Selectman, Board of Health, 
Welfare Dept., Chm. Rep. Town Committee 
1927-'32. Mass. House 19a8-'.S4. 

244 




NAGLE, DAVID G., 425 East Sixth St., 
Boston (South Boston), 7th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Oct. 22, 1901. 

Educated: Boston Schools. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



245 




NELSON, ELMER C. 102 Congress St., 
Milford, Sth Worcester House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Woonsocket, R. L, June 1, 1900. 

Educated: Milford High School. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Masons, Chapter, Com- 
mandry. Shrine, American Legion, Veterans 
of Foreign Wars, Lions, Maspenock Rod & 
Gun Club, Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1983-'84. 



240 




O'BRIEN, FRANK DANIEL, 219 Osborn 
St., Fall River, 9th Bristol House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Fall River, April 28, 1905. 

Educated: Tufts College '24, Boston Uni- 
versity Law '27. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Fall 
River and Bristol County Bar Ass'ns. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



247 




O'BRIEN, MICHAEL T., 17 Clark Street, 
Easthampton, 2nd Hampshire House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Easthampton. Dec. 3, 1868. 

Educated: Easthampton Public Schools. 

Business : Undertaker. 

Organizations: Easthampton K. of C, 
Red Men, Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Selectman 9 years, Chmn. 
Board of Survey 7 years. Town Finance 
Committee, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



248 




O'CONXELL, DANIEL J.. 61 Longwood 
Ave., Boston (Roxbury) lOtli Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Roxbury, Feb. 13, 1908. 

Educated: Boston College, B. C. Law 
School. 

Business : Student. 

Organizations: M. C. O. F., St. Alphonsus 
Association. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



249 




O'CONNELL, RAYMOND FRANCIS. 542 
Chestnut St., Springfield, 3rrt Hampden 
House District, DemocTat. 

Born: Springfield, Aug. 11, 1901. 

Educated : Northeastern University. 

Business: Union Casket Hardware Co.. 
Inc. 

Organizations: Archbishop Williams As- 
sembly, Fourth Degree, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1983-'34. 



250 




O'CONNOR, Dr. DANIEL W., 51 Park St.. 
Palmer, 1st Hampden House District, Demo- 

Born: Palmer, March 12, 1877. 

Educated: Palmer High School, Phila- 
delphia Dental College, '02. 

Profession: Dentist. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, An- 
cient Order of Hibernians. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1920, 1923-'34. 



251 




O'DEA, JAMES H., 88 Bridge St., North- 
ampton, 1st Hampshire House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Northampton, Jan. 15, 1875. 

Educated: Public Scliools. 

Occupation: Concrete Inspector. 

Organizations: B.P.O.E., F. of A. 

Public Office: Northampton Common 
Council 1904-'05, Bd. of Aldermen 1906, 1912, 
Mass. House 1923-'26, 1931-'34. 



?52 




O'KANE, JOSEPH N., 28 Schofield Ave., 
Dudley, 5th Worcester House District, Dem- 
ocrat. 

Born: Ireland, May 26, 1873. 

Educated: Private and Public Schools. 

Business: Restaurateur. 

Organizations: K. of C, A.O.H., Eagles, 
Moose, Dudley Grange, G.A.R. Associates, 
Worcester County Selectmen's Ass'n. 

Public OfRce: Dudley Selectman, Overseer 
of the Poor, Tax Collector, Health Agent, 
Highway Surveyor, Mass. House 1925-*34, 



253 




O'NEILL, JOHN THOMAS, 3 Taunton 
Green, Taunton, 3rd Bristol House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Newport, R. L, Aug. 22, 1900. 

Educated: Burdett College (BA), Suffolk 
Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Improved Order of Red 
Men, M.C.O.F. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



254 




OTIS. RALPH EMERSON, 58 Hull Ave., 
Pittsfield. ord Berkshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Bom: Fitchburg, Jan. 16. 1890. 

Educated: Mass. Agricultural College. 

Business: Accountant and Insurance 
Broker. 

Organizations: Masons. Odd Fellows. 
Elks, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American 
Legion, Capt. Co. P, 104th Inf. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'34. 



255 




PARKER. BARTOL. Mill St.. Framiug- 
ham. Sth Middlesex House District. Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Lancaster. June 7. 1885. 

Educated: Harvard College. '08. Boston 
University Law School. '12. 

Business: Real Estate Broker. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



256 




PATRIQUIN, ROYAL BARTLETT, Hall 
St., Mansfield, 2nd Bristol House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Mansfield, Jan. 7, 1895. 

Educated: Mansfield Public Schools, Suf- 
folk Law School. 

Profession : Lawyer. 

Organizations: Masons, Rotary Club, 
American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



ud I 




PEHRSSON. HERMAN, 144 Cross St., 
Gardner. 2n(l Worcester House District, Re- 
publican. 

Borii: Ranisjo, Sweden. June 12, 18G6. 

Educated: Public and Private Schools. 

Profession: Editor. 

Organizations: Eagles, Scandinavian Fra- 
ternity of America, Order of Vasa, Swedish 
Social Club, Northern Aid Ass'n, Swedish- 
American Political Club, John Erickson Re- 
publican League, Scandinavian Burial So- 
ciety. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1923-'34. 



258 




PETERSEN, TYCHO M., 559 Wilbraham 
Road, Springfield, 7tli Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Copenhagen, Denmark, Aug. 29, 
1892. 

Educated: Springfield Schools. 

Business : Insurance. 

Organizations: Odd Fellov^'s, Encampment, 
Eagles, Danish Brotherhood, Brage Lodge, 
John Erickson Republican League, Repub- 
lican Club, Nordic Club. 

Public Office: City Council, Mass. House 
1929-'34. 



259 




PIERCE, FREDERICK EVERETT, 31 
Cheapside, Greenfield, 2nd Franklin House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Glenwood, Iowa, May 5, 1862. 

Educated: Greenfield Schools. 

Business: Banker. 

Organizations: 32nd Degree Mason, Elks, 
Odd Fellows, Grange, Kiwanis, Present Dept. 
Commander, U. S. W. Veterans, Past Com- 
mander, N. & M. Order Spanish War. 

Public Office: Greenfield Postmaster 21 
yrs., Assessor 7 yrs., Armory Comm. 3 yrs., 
Maj.-Gen. Mass. N. G. (Retired) 27 yrs., 
service, Mass. House 1916-'19, 1933-'34, 

2G0 




PRATT, C. F. NELSON, 3 Johnston Ter- 
race, Saiigus, 10th Essex House District. 
Republican. 

Born: Saugus, Feb. 4, 1891. 

Educated: Saugus High School, B. U. Law, 
Northeastern University. 

Occupation : Law Student. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Es- 
sex County Republican Club, Saugus Rep. 
Town Comm. 

Public OfRce: Saugus School Board 3 yrs., 
Board of Selectmen, 5 terms, Chrm. 1927- 
'28, Mass. House 1927-'34. 



261 




RAMSDELL, WILLIAM EBEN, 6 Sum- 
mit Ave., Winchester, 29tli Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Providence, R. I., May 4, 1895. 

Educated: Winchester Public Schools, 
Boston University Law School 1919. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: William Parkman Lodge, 

A. F. & A. M., Winchester Lodge 1445. 

B. P. O. E., Waterfield Lodge 231, I. O. O. F., 
American Legioli. 

Public Office: Winchester Selectman 
1931-'33, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



262 




RICE, GEORGE EDMUND, 10 Mechanic 
St., Spencer, 3rcl Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Worcester. Feb. 22, 1899. 

Educated: University of Montreal, As- 
sumption College, '20, Boston University- 
Law School '23. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



263 




ROACH, JOSEPH N., 561 Main St., North 
Adams, 1st Berkshire House District, Demo- 

OT*3.t" 

Born: North Adams. March 22. 1883. 
Educated: Public Schools. 
Business: Cigars and Tobacco. 
Organizations: Elks, Moose. 
Public Office: Mass. House 1923-'34. 



264 




ROLANDER, VICTOR E., 3 West Upsala 
St., Worcester, 17tli Worcester House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Sweden, March 8, 1871. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Tool and Die Maker. 

Organizations: Masons, Red Men, Vasa 
Order. 

Public Office: Worcester City Council 6 
years, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



2G5 




ROLFE, JOSEPH D., 45 East High St.. 
Newbury, 18th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Newbury, May 17, 1893. 

Educated: Newbury Grammar School, 
Newburyport High School. 

Business: Farmer and Fruit Grower. 

Organizations: Masons. Knights Templar, 
Grange, Moose. 

Public Office: Town Clerk, Board of Pub- 
lic Welfare, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



266 




ROUNSEVILLE, Jr., CYRUS COLE, 264 
French St., Fall River, 12tli Bristol House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Fall River, Jan. 28, 1898. 

Educated: Dartmouth College, 1920. 

Business: Textile Broker, Merchant and 
Manufacturer. 

Organizations: Masons, Fire Chiefs' Club 
of Mass., Vice-Pres. Troy Co-op. Bank, 
Board of Investment Union Savings Bank, 
Chairman Fall River Board of Fire Com- 
missioners, Treas. Shove Textile Co. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



267 




RYAN, FRANCIS EDWARD, 118 Highland 
Rd., Somerville, 24th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Somerville, Oct. 6, 1895. 

Educated: Somerville Schools. 

Business: Real Estate, Insurance. 

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Am, 
Legion, Al Smith Club, Somerville Citizens' 
Association, Jefferson Club. Magoun Square 
Old Timers. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1938-'34. 



268 




SACKETT, HAROLD G., Depot St., Bel- 
lingham, 12th Norfolk House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Westfield, Jan. 19. 1887. 

Educated: Westfield Public Schools. 

Business: Town Clerk. 

Organization: Masons. 

Public Office: Town Auditor 5 yrs.. Town 
Clerk 6 yrs., Selectman, Chairman Town 
Finance Committee, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



269 




SARGENT, FRANK JOSEPH, 10 Auburn 
St., Clinton, 9th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Bolton, March 11, 1900. 

Educated: Clinton Public Schools. 

Occupation: Chief of Clinton Police. 

Organizations: N.E. Police Chiefs, Mass. 
Police Chiefs, Pomona Grange, Clinton 
Grange, Clinton Fish and Game Protective 
Association. 

Public Office: Clinton Fire Engineer, 
Chief of Police. Mass. House 19?.3-'34. 



270 




SAWYER, REV. ROLAND D., 235 West 
Main St., District No. 9, Ware, 4tli Hamp- 
shire House District, Democrat. 

Born: Kensington, N. H., Jan. 8, 1874. 

Educated: Exeter High, Boston Univ. 

Profession: Clergyman. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Grange. 

Public Office: Constitutional Convention, 
Mass. House 1914-'34. 



271 




SCANLON, LOUIS JAMES, 26A Leslie 
St., Lawrence, 3rd Essex House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lawrence, March 25, 1899. 

Educated: John R. Rollins School, Law- 
rence High School, 

Business: Tea Room Proprietor. 

Organizations: James L Lawlor Club, 
Elks. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



272 




SCOTT, FRANK O., 36 Wilder Terrace. 
West Springfield, 2nd Hampden House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Mansfield, Conn., Aug. 31, 1856. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation: Retired. 

Organizations: Masons, 32nd deg., Shrine. 
Odd Fellows, A.O.U.W. 

Public Office: Selectman, Moderator, Mass. 
House 1923-'34. 



273 




SESSIONS, WILLIAM J.. Hampden, 2nfl 
Hampden House District, Republican. 
Born: Hampden, Dec. 18, 1859. 
Educated: Wesleyan Academy. 
Occupation: Retired Farmer. 
Organizations: Masons, O.E.S. 
Public Office: South Dakota Legislature 
1893-'94, Mass. House 1913, 1927-'34. 



274 




SHERIDAN, FRANK CHESTER, 5 Bent 
Ave., Maynard, 10th Middlesex House Dis- 
trict, Democrat. 

Born: Maynard, July 21, 1893. 

Educated: Maynard Public Schools, May- 
nard High School, Suffolk Prep. Summer 
School, Suffolk Law School. 

Profession: Musician. 

Organizations: Maynard Council 2121, K. 
of C, Bishop Cheverus Assembly, 4th De- 
gree, K. of C. 

Public Oflfice: Maynard Board of Asses- 
sors 9 years. Chairman 1932. Mass. House 
1933 -'34. 

275 




SHERMAN, PHILIP, 19 Paulina St., West 
Somerville, 25tli Middlesex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Boston, May 11, 1899. 

Educated: Somerville High School, Bos- 
ton University Law School. 

Profession : Attorney. 

Organizations: Elks, American Legion. 
Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Clarendon 
and Tri-Link Clubs, Somerville Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Public Office: Somerville Alderman 1928- 
'31, Mass. House 1981-'34. 



276 




SISSON, HARRY D., 41 Brenton Terrace, 
Pittsfield, 3rd Berkshire House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Stockbridge. Jan. 9, 1863. 

Educated: New Marlboro Public Schools. 
So. Berkshire Institute, New Marlboro. 

Organizations: Masons, O.E.S., Sons of 
Veterans. 

Public Office: Mayor, Tax Collector, As- 
sessor of Pittsfield, Mass. House 1929-'34. 




SLEEPER, DONALD NELLSON, 350 Bos- 
ton Ave., Medford, 26th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Medford, Feb. 15, 1901. 

Educated: B.U. College Business Admin- 
istration '24, Northeastern Law School '25 
B. U. Law School '26. 

Profession: Lawyer, Ass't. Treasurer Co- 
op. Bank. 

Public Office: Medford Board of Aldermen 
1927-'28, Chairman Republican City Com- 
mittee 1929-'33. Mass. House 1933-'34. 



278 




SMALL, E. HAYES, North Truro, 2ml 
Barnstable House District, Republican. 

Born: North Truro, Dec. 23, 1876. 

Educated: North Truro Public Schools, 
Tilton Seminary, Tilton, N. H. 

Business: Hotel Keeper and Farmer. 

Organizations: Masons, Odd Fellows, Re- 
becca's, O.E.S., Grange. 

Public Office: Town Moderator, Trustee 
County Aid to Agriculture, Past President 
Cape Cod Poultry Men's Association, Mass. 
House 1933-'34. 



279 




SMITH, B. FARNHAM, 5 Academy Lane. 
Concord, 13th Middlesex Honse District, 
Republican. 

Born: Concord, July 30, 1871. 

Educated: Concord Public Schools. 

Occupation: Trustee. 

Organizations: Norfolk House Centre, 
Concord Rotary Club. 

Public Office: School Committee, Town 
Moderator, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



280 




SNOW, DEXTER AVERY. 8 Dzuris Ave., 
Westlield, 15th Hampden House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Westfield, Jan. 3, 1890. 

Educated: Public Schools, Westfield. 

Business: Salesman and Accountant. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, Republican 
Club of Mass., Westfield Chamber of Com- 
merce, Canopy Club, Director Westfield Co- 
op. Bank, Corporator Westfield Savings 
Bank. 

Public Office: Westfield Board of Select- 
men (Chr.) 1916-'17, Mass. Senate 1923-'26. 
Mass. House 1918-'22, 1929-'34. 

281 




SOBLE, JULIUS H., 21 Outlook RcL. Bos- 
ton (Mattapan). 14th Suffolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Lithuania, March 1, 1906. 

Educated: Boston Latin '23, Harvard Col- 
lege '27, Harvard Law '30. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: Knights of Pythias. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



282 




SOUTHGATE, JOHN FRANCIS, 5 Crown 
St., Worcester, 20th Worcester House Dis- 
trict. Republican. 

Born: Worcester, May 4, 1883. 

Educated: Worcester Public Schools, 
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y., Industrial 
Electrical Engineering Course 1906. 

Business: Real Estate. 

Public OfRce: Worcester Board of Alder- 
men 10 years, Republican City Committee 4 
years, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



283 




SPARRELL, ERNEST H., Central Street, 
Norwell, 2iul Plymouth House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Norwell, Dec. 30, 1872. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Occupation: Undertaker. 

Organizations: Masons, Shrine. Elks, Odd 
Fellows. Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Co., K.T. 

Public Office: Norwell Board of Select- 
men, Constitutional Convention, Mass. House 
1921-'34. 



284 




SQUIRES, ARTHUR T., 1 Stevens Road, 
Worcester, 18th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Worcester, March 10, 1877. 

Educated: Public Schools, High School, 
Private. 

Business: Commercial Traveller. 

Organizations: Masons, Commercial Trav- 
ellers Worcester Council, Spanish War Vet- 
erans. 

Public Office: Common Council 2 years. 
Board of Aldermen 3 yrs. (Pres. 1 year). 
Trade School Trustee 3 yrs.. Cemetery Com- 
missioner 5 yrs., Mass. House 1929-'34, 

285 




STACY, PHILIP HUNTLEY. 19 Webster 
St., Haverhill. 2nd Essex House District, 
Republican. 

Born: South Hadley, July 13, 1897. 

Educated: Holyoke Public Schools, Am- 
herst College 1919. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



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STACY, RICHARD H., 11 Kenwood Park, 
Springlie d, Sth Hampden House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Springfield, Aug. 18, 1864. 

Educated: Springfield Public Schools. 

Occupation: Retired. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias. Boston City Club, Sons of the 
American Revolution, Society of Colonial 
Wars, Gov. and Company of Mass. Bay in 
N. E., Winthrop Club, Sons of Revolution. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



287 




STAVES, EDWARD W., 112 Highland St., 
Southbridge, 4th Worcester House District, 
Republican. 

Born: Malone, N. Y., May 9, 1887. 

Educated: Williamstown. Mass. 

Business : Transportation. 

Organization: Ancient and Honorable Ar- 
tillery. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



288 




STETSON, GEORGE A., 40 Pleasant St.. 
Sharon, 10th Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Brooklyn, Conn., Dec. 28, 1860. 

Educated: New Haven and New Bedford. 

Business: Merchant. 

Organizations: Mason, Scottish Rites, 
Shriller, Odd Fellows. 

Public Office: Warrant Committee, Select- 
man, Water Commissioner, Mass. Hous<^ 
1933-'34. 



289 




SULLIVAN, ALEXANDER FRANCIS, 92 
Wordsworth St., Boston, (East Boston). 1st 
Suffolk House District, Democrat. 

Born: East Boston, March 21, 1891. 

Educated: East Boston Schools. 

Business: Electrical Contractor. 

Organizations: M.C.O.F., Pres. East Bos- 
ton Betterment Assoc, Pres. Eagle Hill 
Assoc, Pres. Indian Ath. Assoc, Words- 
worth St. Club, Electrical Union 103 Bos- 
ton. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1931-'34. 



290 




SULLIVAN, ARTHUR VINCENT, 59 Elm 
St., Boston, (Charlestown), 2ncl Suffolk 
House District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, August 28, 1902. 

Educated: Charlestown High School, Suf- 
folk Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: K. of C, M.C.O.F., A.O.H., 
Knights of St. Finbar, Honorary Member 
of V.F.W. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34, 



291 




SULLIVAN, JAMES J., 14 Fernwood St.. 
Boston (W. Roxbury), 20th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, June 11, 1896. 

Educated: Boston University (LLB) '23. 

Profession: A.ttorney-at-Law. 

Organization: American Legion. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1933-'34. 



292 




SULLIVAN, LEWIS R., 108 Homes Ave., 
Boston (Dorchester), 15tli Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, March 9, 1900. 

Educated: St. Peter's Parish School, Dor- 
chester High, Burdett College. 

Business: Salesman. 

Organizations: Veterans of Foreign Wars 
Post 498, American Legion Post 85, Dis- 
abled Am. Vets., Y-D Club of Boston, K. of 
C, St. Peters Holy Name Society. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



293 




SWAIN, WILLIAM T.. 1 Dukes Rd., Nan- 
tucket, 1st Nantucket House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Nantucket, Dec. 2, 1S78. 

Educated: Nantucket Private Schools and 
New Bedford Business College. 

Business: Retired 1918 from Lumber, 
Coal and Ice Mfg. 

Organizations: Union Lodge, Masons. 
Canopy Club of Boston. Mass. Federation of 
Masonic Clubs, Holstein-Fresian Association 
of North America. 

Public Office: Nantucket Selectman 7 yrs., 
Mass. House 1932-'34. 



294 




SWANSON, MARTIN. 30 Ararat Street, 
Worcester, 12th Worcester House District. 
Republican. 

Born: Sweden, July 20, 1872. 

Educated: Sweden Schools. 

Business: Contractor. 

Organizations: Odd Fellows, Scandi- 
navian Fraternity of America, Spanish War 
Veterans, Navy Club of Worcester. 

Public Office: Worcester Common Coun- 
cil 1923-'24, Worcester Board of Aldermen 
1925-'26, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



295 




SWEETSER, MOLLIE ASHBY, 110 Wo- 
burn St., Reading. 18th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Salem, April 17, 1882. 

Educated: Maiden Public Schools. 

Occupation: Wife and Mother. 

Organizations: Republican Club of Mass., 
Women's Republican Club of Boston, Read- 
ing Woman's Club, Upland Club of North 
Reading, Visiting Nurses Ass'n, League of 
Women Voters and Unity Club. 

Public Office: Reading Finance Comm. 11 
yrs., Reading Selectman 4 years., Mass. 
House 1933-'34. 

296 




SWENSON, CHESTER RANDALL, 34 El- 
lery St., Cambridge, 2nd Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Cambridge, Dec. 2, 1896. 

Educated: Northeastern College, 1917. 

Business: Real Estate — Insurance. 

Organizations: American Legion, Masons, 
Odd Fellows. 

Public Office: Cambridge City Council 
1932, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



297 




THEBERGE, JOSEPH E., 943 County St.. 
Fall River, 12tli Bristol House District. Re- 
publican. 

Born: Fall River. April 27. 1903. 

Educated: Business College. Fall River. 
Assumption College. Worcester. 

Profession: Funeral Director. 

Organizations: M. C. O. F.. Elks, K. of C. 

Public Office: Park. Cemetery. Recreation 
Commissioner, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



298 




TOBIN, JAMES FRANCIS, 115 Mason St.. 
Salem, 14tli Essex House District, Democrat. 

Born: Salem, May 8, 1903. 

Educated: Salem High School, Salem 
Commercial School, Suffolk Law School. 

Business: Accountant. 

Organizations: Young Men's Catholic 
Temperance Society, Ancient Order of Hi- 
bernians. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1983-'34. 



299 




TUTTLE, HORACE F.. Main St., Acton 
Center, 11th Middlesex House District. Re- 
publican. 

Born: Acton, Sept. 21, 1864. 

Educated: Acton Public Schools, Law- 
rence Academy, Groton. 

Profession : Land Surveyor and Fruit 
Grower. 

Organizations: Board of Investment Mid- 
dlesex Institution for Savings, Nashoba 
Fruit Growers' Association. 

Public Office: Acton Town Clerk, Chair- 
man of Trustees, Acton Memorial Library, 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



300 




TUTTLE, Jr., JOSEPH WALTON, 40 
Prindiville Ave., Framingham, 8th Middlesex 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Framingham, Aug. 20, 1894. 

Educated: Framingham High School. 
Bowdoin College, Harvard Law School. 

Profession: Lawyer. 

Organizations: Framingham Lodge L O. 
O. F., Kiwanis, Framingham Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Public Office: Republican Town Commit- 
tee, Framingham Finance Committee, Mass. 
House 1931-'34. 



301 




URQUHART, HERBERT W.. 50 West 
Main St., Georgetown. 18th Essex House Dis- 
trict, Republican. 

Born: Georgetown, Oct. 19, 1883. 

Educated: Georgetown Public Schools. 

Occupation: Salesman. 

Organization: Masons, P. M. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1925-'28, 1931- 
'34. 



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WARD, IRA C. Cliff St., Plymouth, Isl 
Plymouth House District, Republican. 

Born: Carver, March 7, 1862. 

Educated: Plymouth Public Schools. 

Business: Teaming and Contracting. 

Organizations: Eagles, Elks, Sons Ameri- 
can Revolution. 

Public Office: Plymouth Selectman 6 yrs., 
Road Surveyor 8 yrs.. Forest Fire Warden 
18 yrs., Mass. House 1929-'34. 



303 




WARD, MICHAEL JAMES, 5 Thornton 
St., Boston (Roxbury), 9th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Boston, Sept. 19, 1899. 

Educated: Dudley Grammar School, High 
School of Commerce. 

Organizations: K. of C. M.C.O.F., Vet- 
erans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, 
Ward Club. 

Public Ofhce: Boston City Council 1926- 
'29, Mass. Senate 1929-'32, Mass. House 
1933-'34. 



304 




WARING, DWIGHT S., 274 Lincoln Ave., 
Fall River, 11th Bristol House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Fall River, December 18, 1882. 

Educated: Dartmouth College 1906. 

Business: Cotton Yarn Broker and 
Merchant. 

Organizations: Masons and Elks. 

Public Office: Fall River Fire Commis- 
sioner, Board of Hospital Trustees, Chair- 
man of Special Fire Commission appointed 
by the Governor, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



305 




WARREN, WATERMAN GOULDING, 
Laurelwood Rd., Holden, 9th Worcestei 
House District, Republican. 

Born: Holden, November 16, 1890. 

Educated: Dartmouth 1913. 

Business: Treasurer, Holden District 
Hospital, Inc. 

Public Office: Holden Finance Commit- 
tee 1929-1932, Mass. House 1933-'34. 



306 




WASHBURN, KENDRICK HARLOW, 76 
South Main St., Middleborough, 7tli Ply- 
mouth House District, Republican. 

Born: Middleborough, July 29, 1893. 

Educated: Middleborough High, Dart- 
mouth College '15, Harvard Law School and 
Boston University Law School. 

Profession : Attorney-at-Law. 

Organizations: 32nd Degree Mason, Omar 
Grotto, Knights Templar, Aleppo Shrine. 
Elks, Post 64 American Legion, V.P.W. Post 
2188, Middleborough Chamber of Commerce. 

Public Office: Middleborough School Bd. 
1921-'34, Mass. House 1927-'34. 

307 




WEBBER, HAROLD B., 2 Bass Avenue, 
Gloucester, 17th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Gloucester, Feb. 19, 1898. 

Educated: Public Schools. 

Business: Fish Merchant. 

Organizations: Masons, American Legion, 
"40-8." 

Public OfRce: Chairman Republican Citv 
Committee 1925-'32, Mass. House 1927-'34. 



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WELSH, PATRICK J., 91 Readville St.. 
Boston, (Readville), 18th Suffolk House 
District, Democrat. 

Born: Hyde Park, Oct., 8, 1893. 

Educated: St. Raphael's Parochial Sch., 
Suffolk Law School. 

Business : Contractor. 

Organizations: American Legion, Mass. 
Cath. Order of Foresters, Knights of Colum- 
bus, A.O.H., Eagles. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1927-'34. 



309 




WHALEN, JOHN J., 47 Hudson Street, 
Brockton, 9th Plymouth House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Bridgewater, June 5, 1876. 

Educated: St. Patrick's Parochial School 
1890, Brockton High School 1893. 

Occupation: Traveling Salesman, Shoes. 

Organizations: Past Pres. Penn. Shoe Trav. 
Ass'n, Past Pres. Boston Shoe Trav. Ass'n, 
P.C.R., M.C.O.F., Elks, Eagles, K. of C, Card. 
O'Connell Assembly, A.O.H., Elcho Soc. Club. 

Public Office: Brockton City Conn. 9 yrs., 
(Pres. 1!»26), Bd. of Aid.. Mass. House, 19:U- 
"34. 

310 




WHIPPLE, FRANK LEWIS, 52 Cherry 
St., Lynn, 11th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Essex, March 31, 1859. 

Educated: Dartmouth College '88, Ando- 
ver Theological Seminary '94, Tufts Med- 
ical '97. 

Profession: Educator, Physician. 

Organizations: Masons 32nd, Nat'l. Edu- 
cation Assoc, Mass. Teachers' Fed. 

Public Office: Lynn School Committee 
1929-'32, Mass. House 1931-'34. 



311 




WHITON, JOSEPH L., 29 Whitney Rd.. 
Quincy, 3rd Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Quincy, February 28, 1873. 

Educated: Quincy. 

Organizations: Rural Lodge, Masons; St. 
Stephens R. A, Chapter, Quincy Command- 
ery Knights Templar, Taleb Grotto, Quincy 
Yacht Club, Granite City Club. 

Public Office: Mayor of Quincy, 1917-'20, 
Member of Quincy City Council 12 years, 
Mass. House 1933-'34. 



312 




WHITWHAM. W iLLlAM, y Annis Street. 
Methuen, 3rd Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: England, November 24, 1882. 

Educated: England. 

Business: Fish Merchant. 

Organizations: Elks, Odd Fellows, Red 
Men. 

Public Office: 14 years Methuen Water 
Commissioner, Mass. House 1983-'34. 



313 




WILLIAMS, SYDNEY IVI., PomI Rd.. Wel- 
lesley, 1st Norfolk House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Vevey, Switzerland, Feb. 4. 1873 
(of American parents). 

Educated: Prince School and Noble's 
School, Boston, Harvard '94. 

Occupation: Trustee. 

Organization: Wellesley Club, former 
President. 

Public Office: Mass. House 1929-'34. 



314 




WILSON, JOHN CHESTER, 132 Lotlirop 
St., Beverly, 15th Essex House District, Re- 
publican. 

Born: Beverly, Aug. 14, 1889. 

Educated: Tufts College. 

Profession: Dentist. 

Organizations : Masons, Rotary. 

Public Office: Beverly Board of Alder- 
men 1924-'28, Mass. House 1929-'34. 



315 




WOEKEL, CARL A., 35 Albion St.. Me- 
thuen, 3rd Essex House District, Repub- 
lican. 

Born: Germany, Oct. 15, 1877. 

Educated: Lawrence Public Schools. 

Business: Contractor and Builder. 

Organizations: Masons, Knights of Py- 
thias, Odd Fellows, Board of Trade. 

Public Office: Councilman, Alderman, 
Mass. House 1927-'34. 



316 




YOUNG, MARTIN E., 184 South Main St.. 
Randolph, 9th Norfolk House District, 
Democrat. 

Born: Randolph, Jan. 5, 1896. 

Educated: Randolph Public Schools, Bry- 
ant & Stratton Business College. 

Business: Portable Buildings. 

Organizations: Masons, Elks, American 
Legion, Rotary International. 

Pubiic Office; Mass. House 1933-'34. 



317 




YOUNGMAN, ARTHUR LINCOLN. 21 
Butler St., Medfoid, 26th Middlesex House 
District, Republican. 

Born: Medford, April 15, 1871. 

Educated: Sheldon, No. Dakota. 

Business: Manager. 

Organizations: Chamber of Commerce, 
Masonic, I.O.O.F., Manchester Unity. 

Public Office: Alderman 7 years, Mass. 
House 1929-'34. 



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ATT a; HE5 




ELLIS, REV. ARTHUR M., 230 Winslow 
Rd., Newton, Chaplain of the Massachusetts 
Senate. 



120 




FENN, REV. DAN HUNTINGTON, 14 
Longwood Ave., Brookline, Chaplain of the 
Massachusetts House of Representatives. 



321 




DEWOLF, DEWITT CLINTON, Chester 
Hill, Chester, Secretary to The Governor 
Democrat. 

Born: Chester, Feb. 10, 1866. 

Educated: Chester Schools. 

Business : Coal Mining, Former President 
of the Chicago Coal Co., Former Vice-Pres- 
ident of the Oskaloosa Coal & Mining Co., 
Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

Public Office: Chester Assessor 9 years, 
Registrar of Voters, Selectman, Secretary 
to The Governor 1931-'34. 



322 




REED, WILLIAM L., 19 Wigglesworth 
St., Boston, Executive Secretary of The 
Governor's Council. 



323 




HAYDEN, IRVING N., 97 Fenno St., Wol- 
laston, Clerk of the Massachusetts Senate. 



324 




BRIDGMAN, FRANK E., 42 Buckingham 
Rd., Wollaston, Clerk of the Massachusetts 
House of Representatives. 



325 




CHADWICK, THOMAS A., 45 Hayes Ave. 
Lowell, Assistant to the Clerk of the Mas- 
sachusetts Senate. 



326 




GROVE, LAWRENCE R., 78 Rockvie'^r 
St., Jamaica Plain, Assistant Clerk of the 
Massachusetts House of Representatives. 



327 




MASON. EUGENE W., 27 Gardei St.. 
Boston, Assistant to Senate President. 
Clerk of Senate Committee on Rules and 
Editor of the Legislative Bulletin, 



328 




BARRY, MRS. EDNA C, 19 Rangeley 
Rd., West Newton, Assistant to Speaker of 
the House and Clerk of House Committee 
on Rules. 



329 




DORMAN, WILLIAM E., 157 Ocean St., 
Lynn, Counsel to the Senate. 



330 




WIGGIN, HENRY DWIGHT, 279 Chest- 
nut St., West Newton, Counsel to the House 
of Representatives. 



331 




DELANEY, JAMES F., 7 Welton Rd., 
West Roxbury, Secretary to the Senate 
Counsel. 



332 




REDSTONE, EDWARD H., 46 Mt. Vernon 
St., Cambridge, State Librarian, State 
Library. 



333 




HOLT, CHARLES O., 88 Bartlett St. 
Somerville, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Mas- 
sachusetts Legislature. 



334 




DRISCOLL. ARTHUR R., Fall River, As- 
sistant Sergeant-at-Arms. 



335 




JACKSON, MORRIS C, Lynn, State 
House Postmaster. 



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Doorkeeper of House 



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COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 
IN THE SENATE 

Fish, Erland F., of Brookline — President 
of the Senate, Rules (chairman). 

Bray, Albert C, of Buckland— Public 
Health (chairman), Conservation (chair- 
man), Agriculture, Towns. 

Carroll, Edward C, of Boston — Engrossed 
Bills, Military Affairs, Taxation. 

Chase, Russell D., of Longmeadow — La- 
bor and Industries (chairman). Water Sup- 
ply (chairman). Banks and Banking, Mer- 
cantile Affairs. 

Conroy, William S., of Fall River — Banks 
and Banking, Harbors and Public Lands, 
Mercantile Affairs. 

Cotton, Joseph R., of Lexington — Banks 
and Banking (chairman). Rules, Metro- 
politan Affairs, Legal Affairs. 

Crowley, Frank D., of Chelsea — Military 
Affairs, Education, Public Health. 

Davis, J. Bradford, of Haverhill — Judi- 
ciary (chairman), Education, Labor and 
Industries, Constitutional Law. 

Erickson, Edgar C, of Worcester— Mili- 
tary Affairs (chairman). Pensions (chair- 
man). Insurance, Third Reading. 

Finnegan, Joseph, of Boston — Rules, Con- 
stitutional Law, Public Service. 

Gallagher, Owen A., of Boston^Metro- 
politan Affairs, Water Supply, Agriculture. 

Goodwin, Angier L., of Melrose — Power 
and Light (chairman). Constitutional Law 
(chairman). Judiciary, Cities. 

Haley, Cornelius F., of Rowley — State Ad- 
ministration (chairman). Ways and Means, 
Agriculture, Highways and Motor Vehicles. 



339 



Hollis, Arthur W., of Newton — Mercan- 
tile Affairs (chairman), Rules, Metropolitan 
Affairs, Municipal Finance. 

Holmes, Newland H., of Weymouth — 
Highways and Motor Vehicles (chairman), 
Third Reading (chairman). Public Service, 
Towns. 

Hughes, J. Frank, of Danvers — Counties 
(chairman), Public Safety (chairman), In- 
surance. 

Hurley, Frafik, of Holyoke — Judiciary, 
Tow'ns, State Administration. 

Johnston, Thomas H., of Clinton — Agri- 
culture (chairman), Engrossed Bills (chair- 
man). Water Supply, Civil Service. 

Knowlton, George W., Jr., of Upton — Pub- 
lic Service (chairman), Harbors and Public 
Lands, Labor and Industries, Taxation. 

Langone, Joseph A., Jr., of Boston — Third 
Reading, Civil Service, Public Welfare. 

Mackay, John D., of Quincy — InsurrcQce 
(chairman). Legal Affairs, Taxation. 

Madden, William F., of Boston — Conser- 
vation, Transportation, Pensions. 

Miles, Charles G., of Brockton— Educa- 
tion (chairman), Public Health, Public 
Safety. 

Monahan, Joseph W., of Belmont — State 
Administration, Labor and Industries, Elec- 
tion Laws. 

Moran, James G., of Mansfield— Election 
Laws (chairman), Transportation, Rules, 
Judiciary. 

Moyse, George G., of Waltham— Ways and 
Means (chairman). Cities, Military Affairs. 

Nicholson, Donald W., of Wareham— 
Transportation (chairman), Ways and 
Means, Banks and Banking, Municipal Fi- 
nance. 



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Nuttfng, Edward H., of Leominster — 
Towns (chairman), Highways and Motor 
Vehicles, Public Service. 

Parkman, Henry, Jr., of Boston — Taxation 
(chairman), Ways and Means, Election 
Laws. 

Plunkett, Theodore R., of Adams — Cities 
(chairman), Power and Light, Transporta- 
tion. 

Putnam, Harry B., of Westfield — Legal 
Affairs (chairman). Conservation, Power 
and Light, Pensions. 

Scanlan, James C, of Somerville — Coun- 
ties, Harbors and Public Lands, Highways 
and Motor Vehicles. 

Shanahan, William F., of Swampscott — 
Insurance, Legal Affairs, Public Health. 

Stevens, Charles A., of Lowell — Civil 
Service (chairman), Rules, State Adminis- 
tration. 

Sullivan, John S., of Worcester — Engros- 
sed Bills, Election Laws, Municipal Finance. 

Warren, Charles C, of Arlington — Met- 
ropolitan Affairs (chairman), Judiciary, 
Education. 

Warren, James E., of Lawrence — Ways 
and Means, Power and Light, Public 
Safety. 

White, Joseph. C, of Boston — Cities, 
Public Welfare, Conservation. 

Woolfenden, L. Theodore, of New Bedford 
— Public Welfare (chairman), Harbors and 
Public Lands (chairman), Mercantile Af- 
fairs. 

Wragg, Samuel H., of Needham — Munci- 
pal Finance (chairman), Rules, Counties, 
Public Welfare. 



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HOUSE COMMITTEES 

Saltonstall, Leverett — (speaker) Rules 
(chairman). 

Achin, Henry, Jr.— Mercantile Affairs; 
Public Safety (chairman). 

Airola, Augustine — Public Welfare. 

Akeroyd, William A. — Agriculture (Clk.) ; 
Highways and Motor Vehicles. 

Ames, Charles W. — Metropolitan Affairs; 
Pay Roll (chairman). 

Arnold, James E. — Mercantile Affairs; 
Military Affairs (Clerk). 

Aspell, John F. — Public Health. 

Babcock, Josiah, Jr. — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Bacigalupo, Edward P. — Metropolitan 
Affairs. 

Baker, William B. — Ways and Means. 

Baldwin, William A. — Election Laws; 
Insurance. 

Barnet, Philip — Judiciary; Insurance 
(chairman). 

Barrows, Mary Livermore — Constitutional 
Law (Clerk); Pensions (chairman). 

Barry, Thomas E. — Harbors and Public 
Lands. 

Bartlett, Albert L.— Public Welfare. 

Bazinet, Wilfred P. — Conservation. 

Bell, Malcolm L.— Public Safety; Trans- 
portation. 

Bently, James D. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Bessette, Alfred M. — Election Laws; Pub- 
lic Health. 

Bigelow, Albert P. — Ways and Means 
(chairman). 

Birmingham, Leo M. — Municipal Finance; 
Rules. 

Bourgeois, Albert L. — Legal Affairs 
(Clerk). 

Bowker. Philip G. — Metropolitan Affairs. 



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Briggs, Fred E. — Taxation. 
Brigham, Emma E. — Election Laws; Mun- 
icipal Finance. 

Brimblecom, Warren K. — Power and 
Light (Clerk). 

Brown. Harry D. — Rules ; Power and 
Light (chairman). 

Brown, William A. — Public Welfare 
(Clerk). 

Bullock, Albert W.— Cities; Public Wel- 
fare (chairman). 

Burgess, Arthur L — Constitutional Law; 
Taxation (chairman). 

Cahill, Horace T. — Rules; Judiciary 
(chairman). 
Campbell, Charles J. — Towns. 
Cande, Zacheus H. — Agriculture; Pub- 
lic Service. 
Carney, Leo E. J. — Labor and Industries. 
Carroll, Thomas F. — Pnsurance; Public 
Health. 

Cavanagh, Charles T. — Public Welfare. 
Cawley, Edward M.— Public Welfare; Ag- 
riculture. 

Centracchio, Tony A.— Education; Elec- 
tion Laws. 

Chase, Chester W.— Cities; Transporta- 
tion. 

Chevalier, Charles D. — Legal Affairs. 
Clampit, Ralph V. — State Administration 
(Clerk). 
Clark, Francis P. — Legal Affairs. 
Clark, James W. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles; Pensions. 

Clarkson, Frank — Taxation; Mercantile 
Affairs. 
Cleary, Joseph F. — Mercantile Affairs, 
demons, Maynard E. S.— Judiciary; Elec- 
tions (Clerk). 
Coady, Francis D. — Public Health. 
Coakley, Andrew J.— Conservation. 



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Cohen, Samuel H. — Mercantile Affairs. 

Cole, Harold E. — Education. 

Coraerford, John T. — Legal Affairs. 

Comerford, Richard — Education. 

Concannon, John J. — Insurance. 

Cooke, Charles H. — Banks and Banking; 
Lahor and Industries. 

Coughlin, Frank B. — Insurance; Towns. 

Craven, John J. — Mercantile Affairs. 

Crosby, Nelson B. — Constitutional Law 
(Chairman) ; Water Supply. 

Crowley, John J. — Banks and Banking. 

Curtis, Laurence — Banks and Banking; 
Taxation. 

Dale, George H. — Power and Light. 

Dean, Ernest J. — Ways and Means. 

Dearborn. Hiram N. — Elections; Metro- 
politan Affairs. 

Delmore, Thomas A. — Banks and Banking. 

Demeter. George — Municipal Finance. 

Derham, John S. — Counties; Legal Affairs. 

DesChenes, Louis N. M. — Rules; Cities 
(chairman). 

Dever, Paul A.— Legal Affairs. 

Dewar, Burt — Elections (chairman) ; Mu- 
nicipal Finance. 

Dillon, Thomas P. — Public Service. 

Dodd, George L. — Towns. 

Dolan, William C. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Dole, Fred B. — Agriculture; Labor and 
Industries. 

Donahue, John E. — Public Health. 

Donnelly, James P. — Mercantile Affairs. 

Donovan, Cornelius P. — Public Health. 

Dorgan, Thomas — Labor and Industries. 

Downey, Joseph H. — Pensions; Public 
Welfare. 

Doyle, Anthony R.— Elections ; Highways 
and Motor Vehicles. 



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Doyle, William H. — Cities. 

Driscoll, George F. — Counties; Education. 

Duncan, Norman L. — Education (Clerk) ; 
Military Affairs. 

Eisenstadt, Samuel — ^Mercantile Affairs. 

Erickson, Sven A. — Transportation; 
Water Supply. 

Estabrook, Henry A. — Education (chm.). 

Flavin, John P. — Labor and Industries. 

Floyd, Frank L. — Power and Light. 

Forward, Winfred F. — Agriculture (chair- 
man); Public Service. 

Gallagher, Owen — Insurance. 

Garofano, Tony A. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles; Public Safety. 

Giroux, Eugene H. — Elections; Taxation. 

Goguen, J. Henry — Pensions; Power and 
Light. 

Gott, Hollis M. — Taxation. 

Grant, William P. — Labor and Industries. 

Gunn, James A. — Banks and Banking. 

Hagan, James E. — Cities; Civil Service. 

Halliwell, John — Rules; Municipal Fi- 
piance (chairman). 

Hamilton, Ralph N. — Municipal Finance 
(Clerk). 

Hannaford, William A. — Insurajice. 

Hansen, Arthur A. — Public Service; Trans- 
portation (chairman). 

Harnisch, Joseph J. — Civil Service (Clk.). 

Havey, Clayton L. — Cities. 

Haworth, Lawrence A. — Labor and Indus- 
tries (Clerk). 

Hays, Martin — Judiciary; Elections. 

Hedges, Charles W. — Insurance (Clerk). 

Hennigan, James W. — Power and Light. 

Herter, Christian A. — Ways and Means. 

Hickey, William P. — Ways and Means. 

Higgins, John P. — Rules; Municipal Fi- 
nance. 



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Higgins, William A. — Harbors and Public 
Lands; Military Affairs. 

Honaii, Daniel J. — Transportation. 
Hurley, John E. — Election Laws; Water 
Supply. 

Hutchinson, Fred A. — Harbors and Public 
Lands; Public Safety (Clerk). 

Ingalls, Alfred W. — Banks and Banking 
(chairman) ; Constitutional Law. 
Innes, Charles J. — Judiciary. 
Irwin, John J. — Legal Affairs. 
Irzyk, Felix — Military Affairs; Water 
Supply. 

Jewett, Victor F. — Rules. 
Johnson, Adolph — Power and Light. 
Jones, Archibald L. — Public Service 
(Clerk) ; Towns. 
Jones, John A. — Cities; Public Safety. 
Jones, William A. — Pensions; Public 
Health (chairman). 

Jordan, Michael H. — Ways and Means. 
Kelley, Charles A. — Public Service; 
Transportation. 

Kelley, Edward J. — Counties; Municipal 
Finance. 

Kelley, Francis J. — Engrossed Bills 
(Chr) ; Transportation. 

Kendall, James E.— Pensions (Clerk), 
Taxation. 
Killgoar, George F. — Election Laws. 
Kilroy, James J. — Mercantile AlTairs. 
Kimball, John V. — Metropolitan Affairs 
(chairman). 

Kinney, Orvis F. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles. 

Kirkpatrick, William E.— Civil Service 
(chairman) ; Judiciary. 

Knowles, John Q.— Civil Service; Towns 
(Clerk). 
Knowlton, Leroy L. — Agriculture. 



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Lamoureux. Wilfrid J. — Conservation; 
Municipal Finajice. 

Lane, Thomas J. — Judiciary. 

Larson, Joseph L. — Election Laws; Stat*^ 
Administration. 

Lasell, John W. — Ways and Means (Clk.) 

Lee, Robert L. — Transportation. 

Lee, Robert V. — Labor and Industries. 

Levins, Marcus J. — Harbors and Public 
Lands. 

Leyden, Joseph W. — Pay Roll; Power and 
Light. 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. — Municipal Fi- 
nance. 

Logan, Joseph A. — Judiciary. 

Lomax, Terrance J., Jr. — Election Laws. 

Luitwieler, Clarence S. — Engrossed Bills; 
State Administration (chairman). 

Lyons, John P. — Ways and Means. 

MacLean, Frank E. — Cities. 

Mahoney, John V. — Judiciary; Pensions. 

Manevitch, Hyman — Public Safety. 

Manning, Stephen A. — Military Affairs; 
Taxation. 

Markley, Philip M. — Conservation; Power 
and Light. 

McCracken, James M. — Insurance. 

McCulloch, Elmer L. — Towns (chairman). 

McDonald, Paul J. — Election Laws; Con- 
stitutional Law. 

McDonough, Timothy J. — Engrossed Bills ; 
Metropolitan Affairs. 

McFarland, Frank J. — Legal Affairs. 

McHugh, Lawrence P. — State Adminis- 
tration. 

McLellan, Owen D. — Banks and Banking 
(Clerk); Civil Service. 

McNulty, Anthony A.— Cities. 

Meehan, James P. — Military Affairs; 
State Administration. 
Melley, William H.—Taxation, 



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Milano, Joseph A. — Metropolitan Affairs 
(Clerk). 
Minnis, Archie F. — Public Safety. 
Moriarty, Daniel F. — Cities; Elections. 
Morris, Albert E. — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Mycock, George S. — Towns. 

Nagle, David G. — Insurance. 

Nelson, Elmer C. — Election Laws (Clerk). 

O'Brien, Frank D. — Banks and Banking; 
Constitutional Law. 

O'Brien, Michael T. — Civil Service; Pub- 
lic Service. 

O'Connell, Daniel J. — Civil Service; Bills 
in the Third Reading. 

O'Connell, Raymond F. — Harbors and 
Public Lands; Public Service. 

O'Connor, Daniel W. — Highways and 
Motor Vehicles; Towns. 

O'Dea, James H. — Harbors and Public 
Lands; Taxation. 

O'Kane, Joseph N. — Agriculture; Ways 
and Means. 

O'Neill. John T. — Agriculture; State Ad- 
ministration. 

Otis, Ralph E.— Military Affairs; Taxa- 
tion (Clerk). 

Parker, Bartol — Conservation (Clerk) ; 
Pensions. 

Patriquin, Royal B. — State Administration. 

Pehrsson, Herman — Public Welfare; 
Transportation (Clerk). 

Petersen, Tycho M. — Cities (Clerk). 

Pierce, Frederick E. — Power and Light. 

Pratt, C. F. Nelson — Banks and Banking; 
Counties. 

Ramsdell, William E.— Legal Affairs. 

Rice, George E. — Bills in the Third Read- 
ing; Agriculture. 

Roach, Joseph N.— Rules; Public Welfare. 

Rolander, Victor E.— Public Health; Pub- 
lic Welfare. 



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Rolfe, Joseph D. — Ways and Means. 

Rounseville, Cyrus C, Jr. — Transporta- 
tion. 

Ryan, Francis E. — Education; Conserva- 
tion. 

Sackett, Harold G. — Towns. 

Sargent, Frank J. — State Administration. 

Sawyer, Roland D. — Towns; Water Supply. 

Scanlon, Louis J. — Education. 

Scott, Frank O. — Rules; Counties (chr.). 

Sessions, William J. — Ways and Means. 

Sheridan, Frank C. — Agriculture; Conser- 
vation. 

Sherman, Philip — Bills in the Third Read- 
ing (chairman) ; Constitutional Law. 

Sisson, Harry D. — Mercantile Affairs 
(chairman). 

Sleeper, Donald N. — Banks and Banking. 

Small, E. Hayes — Agriculture; Labor and 
Industries. 

Smith, B. Farnham — 

Snow, Dexter A. — Municipal Finance. 

Soble, Julius H. — Judiciary. 

Southgate, J. Francis — Insurance. 

Sparrell, Ernest H. — Rules; Highways 
and Motor Vehicles (chairman). 

Squires, Arthur T. — Civil Service; Elec- 
tion Laws (chairman). 

Stacy, Philip H. — Judiciary (Clerk). 

Stacy, Richard H. — Public Service (chair- 
man) ; Water Supply. 

Staves, Edward W. — Highways and Motor 
Vehicles (Clerk); Military Affairs (Chair- 
man). 

Stetson, George A. — Counties (Clerk). 

Sullivan, Alexander F. — Military Affairs; 
State Administration. 

Sullivan, Arthur V. — Constitutional Law; 
Education. 

Sullivan, James J. — Public Service. 

Sullivan, Lewis R., Jr. — Metropolitan Af- 
fairs, 

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Swain, William T. — <^onservation; Har- 
bors and Public Lands (Clerk). 

Swanson, Martin — Rules; Highways and 
Motor Vehicles. 

Sweetser, Mollie A. — Education; Public 
Health (Clerk). 

Swenson, Chester R. — Counties. 

Theberge, Joseph E. — Public Health; Pub- 
lic Welfare. 

Tobin, James F. — Harbors and Public 
Lands. 

Tuttle, Horace F. — Counties. 

Tuttle, J. Walton — Legal Affairs. 

Urquhart, Herbert W. — Conservation 
(chairman) ; Harbors and Public Lands. 

Ward, Ira C. — Pay Roll; Conservation. 

Ward, Michael J. — Banks and Banking. 

Waring, Dwight S. — State Administration, 

Warren, W. Goulding — Public Servi^ce; 
Towns. 

Washburn, Kendrick H. — Legal Affairs 
(chairman). 

Webber, Harold B. — Harbors and Public 
Lands (chairman) ; Military Affairs. 

Welsh, Patrick J. — Transportation. 

Whalen, John J. — Public Safety. 

Whipple, Frank L. — Education; Public 
Health. 

Whiton, Joseph L. — Metropolitan Affairs. 

Whitwham, William — Conservation; Wat- 
er Supply (Clerk). 

Williams, Sydney M. — Labor and Indus- 
tries (chairman) ; Power and Light. 

Wilson, John C. — Rules; Water Supply 
(chairman). 

Woekel, Carl A. — Harbors and Public 
Lands; State Administration. 

Young, Martin E. — Labor and Industries; 
Military Affairs. 

Youngman, Arthur L. — Mercantile Affairs 
(Clerk). 



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SENATE STANDING COMMITTEES 

On Rules. — The President and Senators 
Stevens of Middlesex, Moran of Bristol, 
Wragg of Norfolk and Middlesex, Cotton of 
Middlesex. Hollis of Middlesex and Finnegan 
of Suffolk. 

On the Judiciary. — Senators Davis of Es- 
sex, Moran of Bristol, Warren of Middlesex, 
Goodwin of Middlesex and Hurley of Hamp- 
den. 

On Ways and Mea,ns. — Senators Moyse of 
Middlesex, Parkman of Suffolk, Haley of Es- 
sex, Nicholson of Cape and Plymouth and 
Warren of Essex. 

On Bills in the Third Reading. — Senators 
Holmes of Norfolk and Plymouth, Erickson 
of Worcester and Langone of Suffolk. 

On Engrossed Bills. — Senators Johnston 
of Worcester and Hampden, Sullivan of 
Worcester and Carroll of Suffolk. 



HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES 



Rules. — The Speaker and Representa- 
tives Jewett of Lowell, Cahill of Braintree, 
Scott of West Springfield, DesChenes of 
Fitchburg, Sparrell of Norwell, Halliwell 
of New Bedford, Brown of Billerica, Wilson 
of Beverly, Swanson of Worcester, Birming- 
ham of Boston, Roach of North Adams and 
Higgins of Boston. 

Ways and Means. — Representatives Bige- 
low of Brookline, Baker of Newton, Sessions 
of Hampden, Dean of Chilmark, Herter of 
Boston, Rolfe of Newbury, Lasell of North- 
bridge, Hickey of Boston, Jordan of Law- 
rence, O'Kane of Dudley and Lyons of 
Brockton. 

The Judiciary. — Representatives Cahill 
of Braintree, Barnet of New Bedford, Kirk- 



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Patrick of Holyoke, Hays of Boston, de- 
mons of Wakefield, Stacy of Haverhill, 
Innes of Boston, Lane of Lawrence, Ma- 
honey of Boston, Logan of Boston and 
Soble of Boston. 

Elections. — Representatives Dewar of 
Maiden, Hays of Boston, Clemons of Wake- 
field, Dearborn of Somerville, Moriarty of 
Lowell, Doyle of Worcester, and Giroux of 
Somerville. 

Bills in the Third Reading. — Represen- 
tatives Sherman of Somerville, Rice of 
Spencer and O'Connell of Boston. 

Engrossed Bills. — Representatives Kelley 
of North Attleborough, Luitwieler of New- 
ton and McDonough of Boston. 

Pay Roll. — Representatives Ames of 
Lynn, Ward of Plymouth and Leyden of 
Worcester. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES 



Agriculture. — Senators Johnston of Wor- 
cester and Hampden, Bray of Franklin and 
Hampshire, Haley of Essex and Gallagher 
of Suffolk; Rvepresentatives Forward of 
Granby, Akeroyd of Lanesborough, Cande of 
Sheffield, Dole of Shelburne, Knowlton of 
Grafton, Small of Truro, Rice of Spencer, 
O'Kane of Dudley, O'Neill of Rayiiham, 
Cawley of Springfield and Sheridan of May- 
nard. 

Banks and Banking. — Senators Cotton 
of Middlesex, Nicholson of Cape and Ply- 
mouth, Chase of Hampden and Conroy of 
Bristol; Representatives Ingalls of Lynn, 
McLellan of Belmont, Pratt of Saugus, 
Cooke of Athol, Gunn of Montague, Sleeper 
of Medford, Curtis of Boston, O'Brien of 
Fall Rirer, Crowley of Somerville, Ward 
of Boston and Delmore of Lowell. 



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Cit es. — Sc.naiors Pluukett oL" Berkshire, 
Cocdwin of Middlesex, Moyse ol" Middlesex 
nnd Wliite oi' Sulfo^k; Representatives Ues- 
Cheiies of Fltchbuig, Chase of New Bed- 
lord, Bullock of Waltham, MacLean of 
Lowell, Petersen of Springfield, Havey of 
Boston. Jones of Peabody, Moriarty of 
Lowell, Kagan of Somerville, McNulty of 
Boston and Doyle of Maiden. 

Civil Service. — Senators Stevens of 
IMiddlesex. Johnston of Worcester and 
Hampden and Langone of Suffolk ; Repre- 
sentatives Kirkpatrick of Holyoke, Squires 
of Worcester, Knowles of Hull, McLellan of 
Belmont, Harnisch of Chicopee, O'Brien of 
Eislhampton, Haga.n of Somerville and 
O'Connell of Boston. 

Conservation. — Senators Bray of Frank- 
lin and Hampshire, Putliam of Berkshire, 
Hampshire and Hampden, Madden of Suf- 
folk and White of Suffolk; Representatives 
Urquhart of Georgetown, Ward of Plymouth, 
Swain of Nantucket, Bazinet of Webster, 
Whitwham of Methuen, Parker of Framing- 
ham, Markley of Springfield, Lamoureux of 
Southbridge, Ryan of Somerville, Sheridan 
of Maynard and Coakley of Chicopee. 

Constitutional Law. — Senators Goodwin 
of Middlesex, Davis of Essex and Finnegan 
of Suffolk; Representatives Crosbv of Ar- 
lington, Burgess of Quincy, Ingalls of Lynn, 
Barrows of Melrose, Sherman of Somer- 
ville, O'Brian of Fall River, McDonald of 
Chelsea and Arthur V. Sullivan of Boston. 

Counties. — Senators Hughes of Essex, 
Wragg of Norfolk and Middlesex and Scan- 
Ian of Middlesex; Representatives Scott of 
West Springfield, Pratt of Saugus, Swenson 
of Cambridge, Stetson of Sharon, Tuttle of 
Acton, Edward J. Kelley of Worcester, Der- 
ham of Uxbridge and Driscoll of Fall River. 



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Education. — Senators Miles of Plymouth." 
Davis of Essex, Warren of Middlesex and 
Crowley of Suffolk; Representatives Esta- 
brook of Fitchburg, Whipple of Lynn, Dun- 
can of Woburn, Cole of Taunton, Sweetser of 
Reading, Comerford of Leominster, DriscoU 
of Fall River, Arthur V. Sullivan of Boston. 
Centracchio of Boston, Scanlon of Law- 
rence and Ryan of Somerville. 

Election Laws. — Senators Morali of 
Bristol, Parkman of Suffolk, Monahan of 
Middlesex and Sullivan of Worcester; Rep- 
resentatives Squires of Worcester, Bessette 
of New Bedford, Larson of Everett, Brigham 
of Springfield, Baldwin of Lynn, Nelson of 
Milford, Hurley of Boston, Centracchio of 
Boston, Lomax of Fall River, Killgoar of 
Bostcm and McDonald of Chelsea. 

Harbors and Public Lands. — Senators 
Woolienden of Bristol, Knowlton of Wor- 
cester, Scanlan of Middlesex and Conroy 
of Bristol; Representatives Webber of 
Gloucester, Woekel of Methuen, Swain of 
Nantucket, Hutchinson of Lynn, Urquhart of 
Georgetown, Higgins of New Bedford, O'Dea 
of Northampton, Levins of Boston, O'Connell 
of Springfield, Tobin of Salem and Barry 
of Boston. 

Highways and Motor Vehicles. — Sena- 
tors Holmes of Norfolk and Plymouth, Haley 
of Essex, Nutting of Worcester and Scanlan 
of Middlesex; Representatives Sparrell of 
Norwell, Eentley of Swampscott, Clark of 
Amesbury, Staves of Southbridge, Swanson 
of Worcester, Akeroyd of Lanesborough, 
Ki;nney of West Bridgewater, Garofano of 
Saugus, O'Connor of Palmer, Doyle of Wor- 
cester and Dolan of Boston. 

Insurance. — Senators Mackay of Nor- 
folk, Hughes of Essex, Erickson of Worces- 
ter and Shanahan of Essex; Representatives 



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Rarnet of New Bedford, Carroll of Revere, ' 
Baldwin of Lynn, McCracken of Needham, . 
Hedges of Quincy, Haiinaford of Weymouth, 
Soutligate of Worcester, Coiighlin of Nor- ' 
wood, Concannon of Boston, Nagle of Bos- 
ton and Gallagher of Boston. 

Labor and Industries. — Senators Chase 
of Hampden, Davis of Essex, Knowltoin of 
Worcester and Monahan of Middlesex; Rep- 
resentatives Williams of WeUesley, Carney 
of New Bedford, Cooke of Athol, Haworth 
of Dalton, Small of Truro. Dole of Shel- 
burne. Flavin of Quincy, Robert V. Lee of 
Boston. Dorgan of Boston, Grant of Fail 
River and Young of Randolph. 

Legal Affairs. - — Senators Putnam of 
Berkshire. Hampshire and Hampden, Mac- 
kay of Norfolk, Cotton of Middlesex and 
Shanahan of Essex; Represe>nt3.tives Wash- 
burn of Middleborough, Comerford of Brook- 
line, Irwin of Medford, Tuttie of Framing- 
ham, Ramsdell of Winchester. Bourgeois of 
Lowell, Derham of Uxbridge, Dever of Cam- 
bridge, Clark of Holyoke, McFarland of 
Boston and Chevalier of Holyoke. 

Mercantile Affairs. — Senators HoHis of 
Middlesex, Chase of Hampden, Woolfe'iden 
of Bristol and Conroy of Bristol; Repre- 
sentatives Sissoin of Pittsfield. Achin of 
Lowell, Youngman of Medford, Clarkson of 
Worcester, Arnold of Natick, Cohen of Bos- 
ton, Donnelly of Lawrence, Kilroy of Bos- 
ton, Cleary of Cambridge, Eisenstadt of 
Boston and Craven of Boston. 

Metropolitan Affairs. — Senators Warren 
of Middlesex. Hollis of Middlesex, Cotton of 
Middlesex and Gallagher of Suffolk; Rep- 
resantatives Kimball of Maiden. Ames of 
Lynn, Babcock of Milton, Dearborn of Som- 
erville, Bowker of Brookline, Whiton of 
Quincy, Milano of Melrose, McDonough of 



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Eostcf.n, Lewis R. Sullivan, Jr., of Boston. 
Bacigalupo of Boston and Morris of Everett. 

Military Affairs. — Senators Ericksoni ot 
Worcester, Moyse of Middlesex, Carroll of 
Suffolk and Crowley of Suffolk; Representa- 
tives Staves of Southbridg'.a, Webber of 
Gloucester, Duncan of Woburn, Otis of 
Pittstio'd, liiggins of New Bedford, Arnold 
of Natick, Manning of Marlborough, Irzyk of 
Siilem. Meehan of Lawrence, Young of Ran- 
dolph and Alexander F. Sullivan of Boston. 

Municipal Finance. — Senators Wragg of 
Norfolk and Middlesex, HoUis of Middlesex, 
Nicholson of Cape and Plymouth and Sulli- 
van of Worcester; Representatives Halli- 
well of New Bedford, Snow of Westfield, 
Hamilton of Cambridge, Dewar of Maiden, 
Brigham of Spr.\ngfield, Demeter of Boston, 
Lodge of Beverly, Edward J. Kelley of Wor- 
cester, Higgins of Boston, Birmingham of 
Boston and Lamoureux of Southbridge. 

Pensions. — Senators Erickson of Wor- 
cester, Putnam of Berkshire, Hampshire a;id 
Hampden and Madden of Suffolk; Repre- 
sentatives Barrows of Melrose, Jones of 
Barnstable, Kendall of Dunstable, Clark of 
Amesbury, Parker of Framingham, Mahoney 
of Boston, Downey of Brockton and Goguen 
of Leominster. 

Power and Light. — Senators Goodwin 
of Middlesex, Plunkett of Berkshire, Hamp- 
shire and Hampden and Warren of Essex; 
Representatives Brown of Billerica, Wil- 
liams of WeUesley, Pierce of Greenfield, 
Dale of Watertown, Floyd of Manchester, 
Brimblecom of Newton, Johnson of Brock- 
ton, Leyden of Worcester, Markiey of 
Springfield, Goguen of Leominster and Hen- 
nigan of Boston. 

Public Health. — Senators Bray of Frank- 
lin aii'l Hampshire, Miles of Plymouth, Sha- 



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nahan of Essex and C'rowley of Suffolk; 
U( preseiitatives Jones of Barnstable, Bes- 
sette of New Bedford, Tlieberge of Fall 
River, Whipple of Lynn, Carroll of Revere, 
Rolander of Worcester, Sweetser of Read- 
ing, Aspell of Boston, Coady of Cambridge, 
Donovan of Lynn and Donahue of Haverhill. 

Public Safety. — Senators Hughes of Es- 
sex, Miles of Plymouth and Warren of 
Essex; Representatives Achin of Lowell, 
Bell of Marblehead, Hntchinson of Lynn, 
Minnis of Rockland, Manevitch of Boston, 
Garofano of Saugus, Jones of Peabody and 
Whalen of Brockton. 

Public Service. — Senators Knowlton of 
Worcester, Nutting of Worcester, Holmes of 
Norfolk and Plymouth and Finnegan of Suf- 
folk; Representatives Stacy of Springfield, 
Hansen of Waltham, Forward of Granby, 
Cande of Sheffield, Jones of Middleton, War- 
ren of Holden, Charles A. Kelley of Worces- 
ter, O'Brien of Easthampton, Dillon of Cam- 
bridge, O'Connell of Springfield and James 
J. Su'livan of Boston. 

Public Welfare. — Somtors Woolfenden 
of Bristol, Wragg of Norfolk and Middlesex. 
Langone of Suffolk and White of Suffolk; 
Representatives Bullock of Waltham, Pehrs- 
son of Gardner, Bartlett of Haverhill, The- 
berge of Fall River, Airola of Revere, Ro- 
lander of Worcester, Browra of Abington, 
Roach of North Adams, Caw^ey of Spring- 
field, Downey of Brocktou and Cavanagh 
of Canibridge. 

State Administration. — Senators Haley 
of Essex, Stevens of Middlesex, Hurley of 
Hampden and Monahan of Middlesex; Rep- 
resentatives Luitwieler of Newton, AVoekel 
of Methuen, Larson of Everett. Waring of 
Fall River, Clampit of Springfield, Patriquin 
of Mansfield, Sargent of Clinton, Meehan of 



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Lawrence, O'Neill of Raynham, McHugh of 
of Boston and Alexander F. Sullivan of 
Boston. 

Taxation. — Senators Parkman of Suffolk, 
Mackay of Norfolk, Knowlton of Worcester 
and Carroll of Suffolk; Representatives Bur- 
gess of Quincy, Otis of Pittsfield, Clarkson 
of Worcester, Kendall of Dunstable, Curti.s 
of Boston, Briggs of Attleborougli, Gott of 
Arlington, O'Dea of Northampton, Giroux 
of Somerville, Melley of Chelsea an;i Ma5i- 
ning of Marlborough. 

Towns. — Senators Nutting of Worces- 
ter, Bray of Franklin and Hampshire, Hol- 
mes of Norfolk and Plymouth and Hurley of 
Hampden; Representatives McCuUoch of 
Adams, Knowles of Hull, Dodd of Wren- 
tham, Campbell of Rutland, Mycock of Free- 
town, Jones of Middleton, Sackett of Belling- 
ham, Warren of Holden, O'Connor of Palm- 
er, Coughlin of Norwood and Sawyer of 
Ware. 

Transportation. — Senators Nicholson of 
Cape and Plymouth, Moran of Bristol, Plun- 
kett of Berkshire and Madden of Suffolk; 
Representatives Hansen of Waltham, Kelley 
of North Attleborough, Pehrssoii of Gardner,. 
Erickson of Worcester, Chase of New Bed- 
ford, Bell of Marblehead, Rounseville of 
Fall River, Charles A. Kelley of Worcester, 
Welsh of Boston, Robert L. Lee of Boston 
and Honan of Winthrop. 

Water Supply. — Senators Chase of 
Hampden, Johnston of Worcester and 
Hampden and Gallagher of Suffolk; Repre- 
sentatives Wilson of Beverly, Erickson of 
Worcester, Crosby of Arlington, Stacy of 
Springfield, Whitwham of Methuen, Irzyk 
of Salem, Sawyer of Ware and Hurley of 
Boston. 



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MONITORS OF THE HOUSE 

First Division — Messrs. Hamilton of Cam- 
bridge and Jones of Peabody. 

Second Division. — Messrs. McCracken 
of Needbam and Leyden of Worcester. 

Third Division. — Messrs, Hutchinson of 
Lynn and Lane of Lawrence. 

Fourth Division. — Messrs. Brown of Ab- 
ington and Melley of Chelsea. 



COMMITTEES OP" THE COUNCIL 
FOR 1933-1934 



On Paitions, Charitable Institutions and 
Prisons 
His Honor the Lieutenant Governor 
Mr. Coakley Mr. Schuster 

Mr, Grossman Mr. Burtnett 



On Finalnce, Accounts and Warrants 
His Honor tlie Lieutenant Governor 
Mr. Coakley Mrs. Andrews 

Mr. Eraser ' Mr. Cote 



On Waterways, Public Lands and Railroads 

Mr. Fraser, Chairman 
Mr. Coakley Mr. Baker 

Mr. Grossman Mr. Schuster 



On State House 
Mr. Schuster, Chairman 
Mr. Burtnett Mrs. Andrews 

Mr. Baker Mr, Cote 



On Military and Naval Affairs 
Mr. Cote, Chairman 
Mr. Fraser Mr. Burtnett 

Mrs. Andrews Mr. Baker 



On Nominations 

His Honor the Lieutenant-Govei-'nor 

Mrs. Andrews, Chairman Mr. Coakley 

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CREDITS 

Waid's Studio. ]36 Boylston St., Boston, 
photographers to the Massachusetts House, 
furnished practically all the photos except 
those otherwise credited for the "Public 
Officials of Massachusetts" book for 1933- 
'34. 

Other studios furnishing photos were: 

Purdy, Boston — Francis X. Hurley, page 
26; Joseph Pinnegar., page 47; J. Frank 
ilughes, page 53; Joseph A. Langone, page 
57: Donald W. Nicholson, page 64; John T. 
Comerford, page 129; George L. Dodd, page 
148; James J. Kilroy, page 206; Francis Ei. 
Ryan, page 268; Horace F. Tuttle, page 300. 

Marceau, Boston — Mrs. Esther M. An- 
drews, page 29; Joseph A. Logan, page 221. 

Oppenheim, Boston — Andrew J. Coakley, 
page 126; Alfred W. Ingalls, page 191; 
Charles J. Innes, page 192; Arthur V. Sul- 
livan, page 291; Arthur R. Drlscoll, page 335. 

Bachrach, Boston — Willi im J. Grandfield, 
page 10; Eugene A. F. Burtnett. page 31; 
Eugene B. Eraser, page 34; Winfield A. 
Schuster, page 36; Harry B. Putnam, page 
68; Leverett Saltonstall. page 79; William 
B. Baker, page 88; James D. Bentley, page 
96; Warren K. Brlmblecom, page 104; Lau- 
rence Curtis, page 137; James E. Hagan, 
page 173; Victor E. Jewett, page 195; Henry 
Cabot Lodge, Jr., page 220; Bartol Parker, 
page 256; DeWitt C. DeWolf, page 322. 

Underwood & Underwood. Washington, D. 
C. — U. S. Senator Marcus A. Coolidge, page 
3; Emma E. Brigham, page 103. 

Marshall, Cambridge — Charles F. Hurley, 
page 25; Joseph W. Monohan, page 61. 

Benson, Worcester — Pehr G. Holmes, page 
12; Edgar C. Erickson, page 46; John W 
Lasell, page 215. 



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Blank & Stoller, Inc. — Lieut. Gov. Caspar 
G. Bacon, page 23; James A. Gunn, page 172. 

Rice. Quincy — Joseph B. Grossman, page 
35; John D. Mackay, page 58. 

Notman, Boston and Cambridge — Christ- 
ian A. Herter, page 184. 

Harris & Ewing, Washington, D. C. — Con- 
gressman A. Piatt Andrew, page 5. 

White, Boston — William F. Shanahan, 
page 70. 

Perham Boston — Thomas P. Dillon, page 
147. 

Plouf, Haverhill — Philip H. Stacy, page 
286. 

Hastings, Newtonville — Rev. Arthur M. 
Ellis, page 320. 

Newhall, Greenfield — Albert C. Bray, page 
39. 

Marion, Lowell — Charles A. Stevens, page 
71. 

Green's, Boston — William C. Dolan, page 
149. 

Horner, Boston — Henry A. Estabrook, 
page 162. 

Whitman, Maiden — John V. Kimball, page 
207. 

Bosworth Studio, Springfield — Ralph V. 
Clampit, page 119; Raymond F. O'Connell, 
page 250. 

Deuault, Pittsfield — J. Arthur Baker, page 
30. 

Popoli, Everett — Albert E. Morris, page 
243. 

Costello, Great Barrington — Zacheus H. 
Cande, page 111. 

Schein, Chelsea — Frank D. Crowley, page 
44. 

Moody, Salem — Felix Irzyk, page 194. 

Hoffman, Northampton — Michael T. 
O'Brien, page 248. 



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F. B. Conlin, Boston — Edward C. Carroll, 
page 40. 

J. Carroll Brown, Rutland — Charles J. 
Campbell, page 110. 

Alfred Brown, Brookline — Philip G. Bovv- 
ker, page 101. 

Saunder's Studio, Lawrence — James P. 
Donnelly, page 152. 

Cameo Studio, Arlington— Hollis M. Gott, 
page 170. 

Back Bay Studio, Lawrence — Carl Woekel, 
page 316. 

Belkin Studio, Holyoke — Joseph J. Ilarn- 
isch, page 178. 

Merrill, Brockton — Adolph Johnson, page 
196. 

Eushong, Worcester — W. Goulding War- 
len, p3ge 306. 



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