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THE H1LE8 

PHII.ADE 






THE PENNSYIWAMA 

MUSEUM AND SCHOOL 

OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

SCHOOL OF 
INDUSTRIAL ART 

CIRCULAR 

1918^1919 



BRQ\D6PINB STREETS 
PEDLADELPHIA 



The Real Estate 
Trust Company 

of Philadelphia 

Solicits Deposits of Firms, 
Corporations & Individuals 



INTEREST ALLOWED 

Is fully Equipped to Handle All Business 

Pertaining to a Trust Company, in its 

Banking, Trust, Real Estate and Safe 

Deposit Departments 



GEORGE H. EARLE, Jr., President 

S. F. HOUSTON, Vice-President 

EDWARD S. BUCKLEY, Jr., Treasurer 

WILLIAM R. PHILLER, Secretary 

JOHN A. McCarthy, Trust Officer 

EDGAR FETHERSTON, Assistant Treasurer 
E. Y. TOWNSEND, Assistant Trust Officer 

DIRECTORS: 

George H. Earle, Jr. Frank C. Roberts Cyrus H. K. Curtis 

Samuel F. Houston James F. Sullivan George Woodward 

R. Dale Benson J. Levering Jones Louis J. Kolb 

William A. Patton John Gribbel J. Wallace Hallo well 

Bayard Henry 



MEMBERSHIP IN THE CORPORATION 

Jl list of members is published each year in the 
Annual Report. 

The Trustees of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Indus- 
trial Art desire the active co-operation of all public-spirited citizens 
who are in sympathy with its work. The institution has only the 
nucleus of an endowment and depends for its support, in addition 
to the very moderate fees for tuition, and appropriations from the 
City and State, on the dues of members, of which there are four 
classes, viz: 

PATRON MEMBERS IN PERPETUITY:— Those who contribute 
the sum of $5,000 or more, whether in money or objects for the 
Museum. 

FELLOWSHIP MEMBERS IN PERPETUITY : —Those who con- 
tribute $1,000 at one time. 

LIFE MEMBERS:— Those who contribute the sum of $100 or 
more at one time. 

ANNUAL MEMBERS:— Those who contribute not less than $10 
yearly. 

All members are entitled to the following benefits: 

The right to vote and transact business at the Annual Meeting. 

Invitations to all general receptions and exhibitions held at the 
Museum and the School. Free access to the Museum and School 
Libraries and admission to all lectures. Also a copy of each of the 
following publications: The Annual Report of the Corporation. The 
Annual Circulars of the School of Industrial Art and the Philadel- 
phia Textile School. The Art Handbooks and Art Primers, issued 
from time to time by the Museum. The Illustrated Quarterly Bul- 
letin of the Museum. 

(A printed list of publications will be mailed to any member on 
application.) 

Applications for membership and remittances should be sent to the 
Secretary, Leslie W. Miller, at the School, Broad and Pine Streets, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




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STUDENT EXHIBITS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM 
AND SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 



THE PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM 
AND SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 




CIRCULAR 
SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

BROAD AND PINE STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 

FORTY-SECOND SEASON 
1918-1919 



DAY EVENING SATURDAY 
SUMMER CLASSES 



DESIGN INTERIOR DECORATION 

ILLUSTRATION NORMAL ART 

COSTUME DESIGN 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

- PAGE 

Calendar . . 9 

Certificates and Diplomas 15 

Committees 5, 6, 8 

Courses of Study 17 

Day Classes 19-31 

Evening Classes . . 32-34 

Saturday Classes 35-36 

Summer Classes 36 

Employment for Graduates 39 

Faculty 7 

Fees 13 

Historical Sketch 10 

Hours of Study 12 

Lectures . . .... 17 

Officers and Trustees . . , 5 

Partial List of Former Students, with their Occupations .... 35-47 

Prizes 37-38 

Requirements for Admission 11 

Scholarships 13-14 

School Notes and Regulations 11 

School Expenses 14 

All programs owing to present unsettled conditiors 
are subject to change. 



OFFICERS FOR 1918 

President — Theodore C. Search 

Vice-Presidents — John Story Jenks, John G. Carruth 
Treasurer — James Butterworth 
Assistant Treasurer — James L. Allan 

Secretary and Principal of the Schools — Leslie W. Miller 
Director of the Museum — Lanedon Warner 
,: Counsel — Franklin Spencer Edmonds, Esq. 







BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Ex-Officiis 

- 1 he Governor of the State The Mayor of the City 

By Appomtment 

James Butterworth, Appointed by the State Senate 
Harrington Fitzgerald, Appointed by the House of Represc-tatives 
Charles H. Harding, Appointed by Select Council 
John G. Carruth, Appointed by Common Council 
Edward T. Stotesbury, Appointed by the Commissioners of Fair- 
mount Park 

Elected by Members 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg John D. Mcllhenny 

V3 Charles Bond Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 

John Gribbel John W. Pepper 

Mrs. Henry S. Grove Walter H. Rossmassler 

Thomas Skelton Harrison Theodore C. Search 

John Story Jenks Edgar V. Seeler 

Gustav Ketterer Mrs. Joseph F. Sinnott 

John. H. McFadden James F. Sullivan 
William Wood 

MUSEUM COMMITTEE 

Chairman — John Story Jenks 

Thomas Skelton Harrison Gustav Ketterer 

John H. McFadden Mrs. W. T. Carter 

John D. Mcllhenny Mrs. Wm. D. Frismuth 

John W. Pepper Mrs. John Harrison 

Edgar V. Seeler Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex-officio 

Assistant Curator and Lecturer — Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson 



ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 
TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



President — Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg ..., 

First Vice-President — Miss Nina Lea 

Second Vice-President — Countess of Santa Eulalia 

Secretary — Mrs. Henry S. Grove 

Treasurer — Mrs. Joseph F. Sinnott 

Mrs. Edwin Swift Balch 

Mrs. Jasper Yeates Brinton 

Mrs. John H. Brinton 

Mrs. William T. Carter 

Miss Margaret Clyde 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 

Miss Ada M. Crozer 

Mrs. David English Dallam 

Miss Cornelia L. Ewing 

Mrs. George Harrison Frazier 

Mrs. William D. Frismuth 

Mrs. William W. Gibbs 

Mrs. John Harrison 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

Mrs. Frank K. Hippie 

Mrs. Robert R. Logan 

Mrs. J. L. Ketterlinus 

Honorary Member 

Mrs. M. Hampton Todd 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION 



Mrs. Howard Longstreth 
Mrs. Arthur V. Meigs 
Mrs. James Mifflin 
Mrs. Francis F. Milne 
Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 
Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Frank T. Patterson 
Mrs. Thomas Roberts 
Miss Mary E. Sinnott 
Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 
Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson 
Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 
Mrs. William H. Walbaum 
Mrs. Albert B. Weimer 
Mrs. John Wister 
Mrs. Jones Wister 



Chairman — Theodore C. Search 
Charles Bond 
Thomas Skelton Harrison 
John Story Jenks 
John D. Mcllhenny 
Edgar V. Seeler 
James F. Sullivan 
William Wood 
Mrs. John Harrison 



Irs. F. K. Hippie 

liss Nina Lea 

Irs. Arthur V. Meigs 

Irs. Thomas Roberts 

Irs. C. Shillard-Smith 

Irs. Joseph F. Sinnott 

Irs. John Wister 

Irs. Jones Wister 



Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, ex-ojficio 
The President is ex-of.cio a mem^ er of all committees. 

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FACULTY 

LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal, Lecturer in Art History, Principles 
and Methods. 

HOWARD FREMONT STRATTON, Director. School of 
Industrial Art. 

INSTRUCTORS 

CHARLES THOMAS SCOTT, Structural Design 

HELEN AUGUSTA FOX, Surface Design 

J. FRANK COPELAND, Interior Decoration 

THORNTON OAKLEY, B.S., M.S., Illustration 

OTTO FREDERICK EGE, Industrial Drawing 

MARY PICKERING DOW, Costume Design 

EDWARD WARWICK, Structural Drawing 

IDA EVELYN MACFARLANE, Color, Methods of Teaching 

BERTRAM SIDNEY CHADWICK, Technical Design 

HERMAN DEIGENDESCH, Drawing 
MABEL BRUCE HALL, Drawing 
ALBERT JEAN ADOLPH, Drawing 

H. EDWIN RIEGER, Drawing 

DOROTHEA E. FINELY, Drawing 
KATHERINE NORCROSS LYNN, Drawing 

HENRY CLARENCE PITZ, Rendering 

JOHN RAY SINNOCK, Modeling 

ELMER LUKENS, Woodwork 

SAMUEL YELLIN, Wrought Iron 

MRS. CORNELIUS STEVENSON, Curator's Course 

EDWARD T. BOGGS, Architectural Drafting 

WETHERILL P. TROUT, Building Construction 

KATHERINE DeW. BERG, Librarian 

JAS. L. ALLAN, Registrar 

CHARLOTTE HIESTER, Clerk 

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Alice Barber Stephens, Illustration * 

George Walter Dawson, Illustration 

Edgar V. Seeler, Architecture 

Frank Miles Day, Architecture 

Gustav Ketterer, Interior Decoration 

Frances Darby Sweeney, Stained Glass 

G. Gerald Evans, Furniture 

Herbert D. Allman, Wall Papers 

J. L. Ketterlinus, Commercial Lithographic Design ' 

Sarah G. Altemus, Costume 

Kennard J. Kornbau, Metal Work 

Robert W. Lesley, Decorative Cement Work 

Edward A. Trego, Decorative Cement Work 

Edward Stern, Commercial Illustration, Design, and Printing 

E. Lawrence Fell, Typographical Design and Printing 




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Poster by Frederick Knight 



CALENDAR 

SCHOOL YEAR 1918-1919 

SEPTEMBER 

Thursday, 19 — Examination for Admission to Day Classes 

Friday, 20; Saturday, 21 — Registration Days 

Monday, 23 — Sessions of Day Classes begin 

Wednesday, 25, 7 P. M. — Registration of Students in Evening 

Classes 
Monday, 30 — Sessions of Evening Classes begin 

OCTOBER 

Saturday, 5 — Saturday Class begins 

NOVEMBER 

Thursday, 28; Friday, 29; Saturday, 30 — Thanksgiving Holi- 
days. School closed 

DECEMBER 

Monday, 23, to Saturday, January 4 — Christmas Holidays. 
School closed 

JANUARY 

Monday, 6 — School reopens 

FEBRUARY 

Saturday, 22 — Washington's Birthday. School closed 

MARCH 

Saturday, 22 — Sessions of Saturday Classes end 
Wednesday, 26 — Sessions of Evening School end 

APRIL 

Good Friday, 18, to Monda3^ 21 — Easter Holidays. School closed 
Tuesday, 22 — School reopens 

MAY 

Thursday, 22 — Annual Commencement and Exhibition 
Saturday, 31 — Annual Exhibition of Students' Work closes 

JULY 

Monday, 7 — Opening of four weeks' Summer Session 

AUGUST 

Friday, 1 — Summer Classes end 

Applicants may register at any time before the beginning 
of the School Year - • 

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HISTORICAL SKETCH , 

ORIGIN AND PURPOSE 

The Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, an insti- 
tution the origin of which was due to the increased interest in art 
and art education awakened by the Centennial Exhibition, was 
incorporated on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1876, for the 
purpose, as stated in the charter, of establishing "for the State of 
Pennsylvania, in the City of Philadelphia, a Museum of Art in all 
its branches and technical applications, and with a special view 
to the development of the Art Industries of the State, to provide 
instruction in Drawing, Painting, Modeling, Designing, etc., 
through practical schools, special libraries, lectures and other- 
wise." 

THE MUSEUM 

The collections at Memorial Hall, in Fairmount Park, where the 
Museum is located, embrace examples of art work of every 
description. It was determined by the founders to make the col- 
lections of the Pennsylvania Museum as largely as possible illus- 
trative of the relation of art to the industries. In the selection 
of objects, the trustees had the benefit of the advice of the 
foreign commissioners to the Exhibition, and, in several instances, 
the institution was the recipient of valuable gifts from individual 
exhibitors. Around the nucleus thus formed, the Museum has 
grown by purchase, gift and bequest to its present proportions, 
numbering in its collections upwards of thirty thousand objects. 

THE SCHOOL 

The School, which has as its object the training of designers, 
craftsmen, and teachers of art, was opened during the winter of 
1877-78, at Broad and Vine Streets. It was removed in 1879 to 
the rooms of the Franklin Institute, at 15 South Seventh Street; 
and again, in 1880, to the building 1709 Chestnut Street, where 
it remained until its removal, in 1884, to 1336 Spring Garden 
Street. 

LOCATION OF SCHOOL 

The present property, at Broad and Pine Streets, acquired in 1893, 
is by far the most spacious and most advantageous in its location 
of any establishment in America that is devoted to the uses of 
a school of art, situated as it is on the principal street and in the 
very heart of the city. 

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SCHOOL REGULATIONS 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

Applicants for admission to any of the Day Classes, except the 
Junior Class, are expected to be as proficient in the common 
English branches as the completion of the ordmary grammar 
school course would imply. The entrance examination, Septem- 
ber 19th, at 9 o'clock, consists of an English composition, and 
drawing in pencil or charcoal from models and simple casts of 
ornament. 

SCHOOL REGULATIONS 

Pupils are not to receive social visits, telephone messages, or 
mail, at the School, and when desiring to bring visitors into the 
class rooms they must notify the teachers in charge. The special 
rules are posted in various parts of the building. Any damage 
to the School property must be made good by the student causing 
it. No book, chart or other educational appliance is allowed to 
leave the building under any circumstances. 

All work must be put away before the student leaves the build- 
ing. Work executed by students and left at the school for 
exhibition or other purposes will be returned any time up to July 
1st if requested, otherwise it will be destroyed, as the School 
has not space to care for this large accumulation. Lost articles 
may be inquired for of the Janitor. Students are requested to 
give prompt notice of change of address to the Registrar and 
Director. 

Schedules showing the arrangement of classes and the hours to 
be given by the instructors to each are posted in the class rooms. 
Students must observe the schedules, and may not claim the teachers' 
attention at other times, or expect admission to the class rooms except 
at the specified periods. 

DISCIPLINE 

The discipline of the School is made as simple as possible, and 
students are made to feel that, as the requirements are definitely 
stated and the instruction in each branch is given at well-known 
hours, the progress of each is substantially in his own hands. 
Students are on probation for the first three months; they are 
expected to be prompt and regular in attendance on all exercises 
and lectures of their courses. Irregularity, inattention, wrong 
attitude, and failure to meet requirements will be regarded as 
sufficient cause for dismissal. 

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Students are expected to recognize these requirements as elements 
in any business career for which they may be making prepara- 
tion. Pohte and orderly conduct is also msisted upon at all 
times. 

The students are expected to wear suitable aprons, smocks or 
overblouses while in the School as a necessary protection in their 
work, and if desired samples of materials and patterns may be 
procured at the supply room. 

ADVICE TO STUDENTS 

The Director and his assistants will be in attendance to explain 
the course and advise intending pupils on and after Monday, 
September 16th, and students are urged to register and arrange 
all preliminaries a few days before the actual opening of the 
School. All students are urged to have eye examinations made 
by competent oculist before entering the School. 
As the students advance in their work, they will be advised and 
directed as clearly as possible toward the professional aim for 
which they seem best qualified. 

A committee of members of the Alumni Association will be at 
the School to assist any of the new pupils who may desire sugges- 
tions in making their arrangements for board, etc., and to intro- 
duce them to the various organizations designed for the benefit 
of the members of the School. 

COMPETITIONS 

Competitions are held in different courses from time to time, which 
students of these subjects are required to enter. The results are 
treated in precisely the same way as those obtained by the formal 
examinations, and the pupil's standing is made to depend upon 
them to quite as great an extent. No certificate or diploma is 
granted to any student who does not obtain a creditable rating 
in these competitions. 

HOURS OF STUDY 

DAY CLASSES 

9 A. M. to 12 M.; 1 to 4 P. M. Every day in the week except 
Saturday. 

EVENING CLASSES 

7.30 to 9.30; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 

SATURDAY CLASSES 
9 A. M. to 12 M. 

SUMMER CLASSES 

9 A. M. to 12 M.; 1 to 3 P. M.; Saturday, 10 to 12 M. 

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FEES 

A year of eight months, $80, or $12 a month; students coming 
from foreign countries, $90 a year, or $12 a month. 

EVENING CLASS 
A year of six months, $15. 

SATURDAY CLASS 
A year of six months, $10. 

SUMMER CLASS 

A term of four weeks, $20. 

All fees are payable in advance, and monev once paid will not 

be refunded, except by special action of the committee. 

The fee for the Diploma is $5.00, payable on notice from the Regis- 
trar. Graduates returning to the School for further study may have 
their fees remitted in consideration of services rendered by assisting 
in teaching, or by the execution of work for purposes of demon- 
stration. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

STATE SCHOLARSHIPS 

In consideration of an annual appropriation to the School by the 
Legislature of Pennsylvania, each county of the State is entitled 
to at least one free scholarship in any regular course of the School 
for three years. Counties sending more than one Senator to the 
Legislature are entitled to as many scholarships as there are sena- 
torial districts. These appointments are made by the Governor 
of the State, usually on the recommendation of members of the 
State Legislature. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS 

Provision for free instruction in this institution is also made by 
The Board of Public Education of the City of Philadelphia. 
Pupils of all the High Schools, as well as of the Normal School 
and of the Public Industrial Art School are eligible for these 
appointments, which are made by The Board of Public Educa- 
tion on the recommendation of the Principals of the several 
schools, to whom all applications for them should be addressed. 

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS 

A certain number of free scholarships, which are granted annually 
as prizes for meritorious work by students who have already spent 
at least one year in the School, with the exception of those placed 
at the disposal of the Associate Committee of Women, have also 

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been provided by the following bequests: 

Joseph E. Temple, 

Joseph F. Sinnott, and 

Robert P. De Silver, 

The Elizabeth Duane Gillespie Memorial Fund. 

By the following gifts: 

Mrs. William Weightman, Jr., William Keehmle Ramborger 

Mrs. Chapman Biddle Miss Mary A. Dobbins, 

Mrs. Frederic W. W. Graham, James H. Cresson, 

Mrs. John Harrison, Chas. Valentine Neumann, (Eve.) 

Miss Fannie S. Magee, John D. Mcllhenny, 

Miss Mary Williams and Mrs. Walter R. Stenger. 

The Associate Committee of Women Fellowship is awarded to a 
deserving student. 

TENURE OF SCHOLARSHIP 

Scholarships are subject to recall at any time if, in the judgment 
of the Principal, the progress of the holder is unsatisfactory. 
A scholarship holder who fails to attend regularly or to do the 
work of his class receives notice to this effect, and is warned 
that unless a marked improvement is shown at once the scholar- 
ship will be declared vacant. He is usually given one month 
after the date of such notice in which to show that the warning 
has been heeded and has produced the desired effect. If, how- 
ever, at the expiration of this time his progress still continues to 
be unsatisfactory, he is notified that the scholarship has been 
forfeited. 

Holders of scholarships who fail to complete the work of Class 
A (Industrial Drawing) in two years are ineligible for a renewal 
of their scholarships. Scholarships are not awarded for partial 
courses. 

SCHOOL EXPENSES 

MATERIALS FOR STUDY 

Instruments and materials for study must be provided by the 
students. The average cost of materials for the day class ranges 
from $2.00 to $20.00, according to the course followed; the 
evening class, $2.00 to $15.00. Students should be prepared 
to purchase their outfits upon entering the School. All articles 
required in any class are for sale at the School at less than retail 
prices, and the students are expected to purchase them here. 

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LOCKERS 

Each student is provided with a locker for drawing boards and 
materials. On receiving the key the student must deposit $1 
(or $2 for the larger lockers, in which wraps, etc., can also be 
kept), of which sum 50 cents is refunded when the key is returned, 
provided the return is made withm one month after the date on 
which the term expires, otherwise the deposit is forfeited. Access 
to the lockers is regulated by class room requirements and hours. 

BOARD 

Board may be obtained in the vicinity of the School for $6.00 
a week and upward. The School assumes no responsibility in 
connection with this part of a student's career. 
A lunch room is maintained in the school building under the 
direction of the Students' Art League, where lunch may be ob- 
tained at moderate prices. 

DIPLOMAS 

The School's Diploma is awarded upon the satisfactory comple- 
tion of each of the following courses: 
DESIGN: 

SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR 

CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN AND MODELING 

COSTUME DESIGN AND PAGEANTRY 

INDUSTRIAL ART (Teachers Course) 

INTERIOR DECORATION 
ILLUSTRATION 

To be admitted to any of these courses the student must have 
completed the work of the Industrial Drawing Course or its equiva- 
lent. 

CERTIFICATES 

On the satisfactory completion of the following courses a cer- 
tificate IS awarded: 

INDUSTRIAL DRAWING 

SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR 

CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN AND MODELING 

DRAWING AND AESTHETICS 

ILLUSTRATION 

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING (Evening) 

METHODS OF ART TEACHING (Saturday) 

CURATORSHIP 

COSTUME DESIGN 

METHODS OF ART TEACHING (Summer) 

The time required for the completicn of an]) of these courses 
depends entirely upon the diligence and proficiency of the student. 

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CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE INDUSTRIAL 
ART DIPLOMA ( Teachers Course ) 

The Industrial Art Diploma is recognized by the Philadelphia 
Board of Education as the equivalent of the University degree. 



INDUSTRIAL DRAWING 
COURSE (Class A) 

Instrumental Drawing .... 

Cast and Memory Draw- 
ing 

Historic Ornament 

Lettering 

Elementary Design and 
Brush Work , . 

Modeling 

Perspective 3 

Analysis of Ornament 1 



Certificate "A" 31 

SURFACE DESIGN AND 
COLOR (Class B) 

Design 18 

Plant Analysis 4 

Historic Ornament 3 

Color, Theory and Prac- 
tice 2 

Cast Drawing 3 

Certificate "B" 30 

CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN 

AND MODELING 

(Class C) 

Design 4 

Modeling 12 

Pottery 6 

Anatomy 1 

Cabinetwork 3 

Metal 3 



DRAWING AND 

AESTHETICS 

(Class D) 

Cast, Life and Memory 

Drawing 

Study of Methods 

Practice in Teaching 

m Study 



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. 3 

. 6 

. 4 

Composition 3 

Rendering 3 

Aesthetics 2 

Certificate "D" : 36 



THEORY AND PRACTICE 
OF TEACHING 

(^Saturday) 

History and Theory 

Pedagogy 

Practice 



WOODWORK AND 
JOINERY 

("^Saturday) 

Knowledge o f Materials 

and Tools 

Efficiency 

Woodwork 



Certificate "C" 29 4 

* Students enrolled in the Industrial Art Courses are entitled, 
without extra charge, to attend these Saturday; Sessions and 
required to satisfactorily complete the Work- 

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LECTURES 

Courses of lectures on the following subjects are given during the 
School year. Schedule of dates, hours and classes required to 
attend regularly are posted on the School bulletin boards: 

Elements of Design. Composition. 

Principles of Constructive Design. Anatomy. 

Historic Ornament "A." Lettering. 

Historic Ornament "B." Furniture. 

Contemporaneous Illustrations. Color Harmony. 

Principles of Interior Decoration. Pottery. 
Methods of Art Teaching 




Fire Screen in Wrought and Pierced Iron 

Designed and Executed by Parke Emerson Edward 

A Student of the School 



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JSJAruRE^ 



Studies by members of the Illustration Class 
First Section 



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DAY 



COURSE IN INDUSTRIAL DRAWING 

Class A 

INSTRUMENTAL DRAWING 

Geometrical drawing, nets and tracery; scale drawing; mechan- 
ical perspective, shadow and orthographic projection. 

CAST DRAWING 

Study for proportion, construction and the separation of light 
and shade, from casts of various elements of the human figure, 
animals, etc. Training in memory drawing. 

HISTORIC ORNAMENT AND WATER COLOR RENDERING 
The Egyptian, Roman, Byzantine and Saracenic styles of orna- 
ment are studied for purposes of original adaptations. Water 
color renderings are made in the School and museums, from casts 
and objects of these periods. Lectures, research, and written 
papers supplement this course. 

LETTERING 

Lectures on the origin and evolution of the alphabet, appreciation 
of manuscript, formal hands and type faces. Principles of let- 
tering, with practice in pencil, brush and pen forms. 

ELEMENTARY DESIGN AND BRUSH WORK 

Brush exercises, division of space by lines, tones, executed freely 
to develop inventiveness. Brush studies in color of nature forms 
for Durposes of design. 

MODELING 

Modeling various ornamental elements in different degrees of 
relief for the appreciation of expression in a plastic medium. 
Exercises are given in interpretation of historic examples and 
modeling original forms. 

PERSPECTIVE 

Theory of parallel, angular and aerial perspective, sciaeraphv, 
practice in sketching and rendering objects, furniture, interi- 
ors etc. 
ANALYSIS OF ORNAMENT 

The analysis and interpretation of the best elements of Archi- 
tectural Ornament. Designing of original forms. 

Concours in all these subjects are given at regular periods. 

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Original Designs for Brocades in the Venetian and Byzantine Styles 
By Otilie P. Bachman 

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COURSE IN SURFACE DESIGN AND COLOR 

Class B — Section I 

SURFACE DESIGN 

Practice in surface design includes problems for mosaic, tiles, 
stencils, block prints, wall paper, carpet, rugs, lace, silk, cre- 
tonne, etc. 

ANALYTICAL STUDY: Nature 

Drawing and analysis of plants and other natural forms, as 
sources of suggestive decorative elements. 

Historic Ornament 

Study of Gothic, Renaissance and other historical periods in rela- 
tion to design. 

Color Theory and Practice 

Study of the qualities of hue, tone, and chroma; exercises in 

color matching, various harmonies, etc. 
In connection with the lectures upon the above subjects, library 

and museum research is required. 

CAST DRAWING 

Study in different mediums from casts of various historic periods, 

and the human figure. 

At the conclusion of each subject a concours is given. 

Examinations in this course are : Historic Ornament, Color Harmony, 
'Principles of Design. 

Class B — Section II 
The study in this section is devoted to more technical design, 
and includes the execution of rugs on a four-frame, hand-power 
Jacquard loom; study of processes of reproduction for printed silk, 
wall papers, lace, etc. 

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View of Modeling Room 




View of Wood-carving Room 



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COURSE IN MODELING, AND CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN 
Class C — Section I 

CONSTRUCTIVE DESIGN 

Rapid sketching of problems in constructive design. Drawing 
to scale and full size original designs for furniture, pottery, and 
metal work. 

MODELING. 

Exercises in different degrees of relief and in the round, from 
casts, drawings, and prints. Decorative interpretation of animals. 
Original designs for terra cotta, cement, cast and wrought metal, 
wood and stone carving, furniture, and mosaic, in clay, wax, 
and plaster. 

POTTERY 

Sketching, designing, and construction of forms, as bowls, vases 
with handles, etc. 

WOODWORK 

Furniture design; detail drawing; study of materials and tools, 
and their care and use. Joinery and constructive details. Studies 
of decorative carving. 

METAL 

Instruction is given in the various processes of metal manipula- 
tion and enrichment, as repousse, chasing, piercing, and etching. 

ANATOMY 

Anatomical studies of animals and the human figure, from casts, 
life, and photographs. Synthetic treatment pursued, as placing 
the bones and building the muscles up in the order of the several 
layers. 

Class C — Section II 

The designing and execution of furniture, pottery, metal, and mosaic, 
which are parts of the course primarily as processes of design in Section 
I, become essential results in this section. 

Lectures and concours are given at stated periods on Historic Orna- 
ments, Principles of Construction, Design, Anatomy, and the Various 
mediums employed in this course. 

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Drawing from Life by Frances Lichten 



DRAWING AND /ESTHETICS 

Class D 

DRAWING FROM CASTS AND LIFE 

Study of the figure from the living model for decorative sugges- 
tions. Costumes and accessories are continuously used to produce 
effective combinations. The work from casts is continuous. 

PRACTICE AND METHODS IN TEACHING 

Analysis of School curriculum. Each student must present typi- 
cal lessons, demonstrations and outline courses of studies for 
classes of various degrees of maturity. 

MUSEUM RESEARCH 

Survey of the educational functions and possibilities of the mod- 
ern museum. Study of the evolution of the industrial arts and 
design. Research in various collections and museums is carried 
on throughout the course. 

STUDY OF MEDIUMS 

Practice in interpreting objects in various mediums, as ink, 

pencil, paint, and charcoal. 
DECORATIVE COMPOSITION 

Composition exercises for decorative illustrations, posters, book 

plates, etc. Lettering is a feature of this course. 
RENDERING 

Students in this class are required to make demonstrations of 
their ability to render correctly in various mediums, value, color, 
and textures of objects. 

COURSE OF TRAINING FOR CURATORS 

This course comprehends, during the first season, October to 
May, the study of the history museums; the functions of the modern 
museum, whether art, industrial, scientific, local, historical, or special. 
The choice of the dominant idea for a museum, and the requirements 
and equipment of the building. The installation, classification, label- 
ing, and nature of collections and their treatment. The diseases of 
objects and their remedies. The art of collecting. The library. 
The administration. 

The second season extends the study to the evolution and varia- 
tion of decorative forms and designs with a view to the identification 
of objects, including Egyptian, Babylonian, Etruscan, Apulian, 
Aegean, Greek and Roman designs and forms and their derivatives 
down to modern times. The history of glazes and glass. Imitations 
and restorations, and their detection. This work is done in the 
Museum at .Memorial Hall. 




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COU RS E • IN 
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This course is planned for the training of designers, and dec- 
orative painters, for practical work in interior decoration. It in- 
volves a thorough study of the various historic periods. Design 
and rendering in color for interiors in elevation and perspective. 
Decorative painting in water color, tempera, and oil. Color har- 
mony. Drawing, designing, and modeling of ornament. Original 
designs and working drawings for furniture, architectural details, 
hangings, stained glass, stencils, and mosaics. Drawing from casts 
and life. Library and museum research under direction. The 
application of studies from nature, as flowers, fruit, landscape, and 
figure, to decorative uses. 

The work of the class is supplemented by lectures on Color 
Harmony, Period Furniture, the History of Architecture and Orna- 
ment, and by visits to notable buildings and collections where the 
best historic and modern work may be seen, and to the shops of the 
best decorators and other craftsmen, the aim being to develop good 
taste by the constant consideration of the principles of design. 

Problems of practical application, as models for stage settings 
and their development; or decorative features in relation to school 
purposes are given to members of the 3d Section. 



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Illustration by Hildegard Lupprain 




II^STK^ON 



This course includes study in drawing and painting from casts, 
the living model, nature and objects; costume and drapery; anatomy, 
and decorative lettering. Original composition for book plates, 
head and tail pieces, initial letters, covers, posters, and general dec- 
orative illustration in various mediums. 

Sessions are held regularly, at which compositions are required 
from every student. Originality in thought and treatment is the aim 
of these classes. The compositions are criticised with special refer- 
ence to their sincerity and truth. 

Members of the advanced section work from the costumed 
model five periods a week, and are also given practice in the con- 
struction of imaginary heads and poses, so that they may be enabled 
to express varied character without reference to a model. 

Lantern slide lectures, showing the best examples of contem- 
poraneous illustration, are given several times a year. 

The three sections of this class constitute a course based upon 
a general preliminary training developed in the first section by an 
especial study of nature forms and structure, and the direct applica- 
tion of this to various themes. In both the first and second sections 
competitive problems supplied by business establishments and organi- 
zations are marked features, and in the third section practical demon- 
strations of original work are required through reproductions. 

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Costume adopted from Raphael's Portrait of Johanna of Aragon 
Made and worn by Norma Stine 




COSTUME DESIGN 



This class is for the study of the best types of costume. The 
students are given training in such historic styles as would suggest 
fundamental principles of draping, or of ornamentation, or would 
aid in developing good taste. Color combination and textures are 
particular features of the course. Sketches and careful studies are 
made from the costumed lay figure and the living model; also 
anatomical studies, and exercises are given in rendering the ma- 
terials used, in pencil, ink, and water color, with special reference 
to the proper presentation of subjects, and to reproduction in peri- 
odicals and catalogues. 

Practical demonstration in the use of materials is required from 
each student. This work is carried out with proper fabrics furnished 
by the school, and becomes part of the school's permanent collection. 
The adaptation of effective dress to pageants and other decorative, 
dramatic representations, is made a feature of the work. 



Derived from the 
Statue of Menes 




Executed by 
Esther Robert Lippincott 



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IP/EMENG 




PROGRAM 

It is possible for the students to practice most of these subjects every 
evening, but the special instruction will be given as follows : 



Subject 



Evening 



Page 



Architectural Drafting and Design . . . 

Building Construction . . 

"•'Composition Illustration . . . 

Costume Design and Rendering .... 
Design — Carpets, Lace, Wall Paper . . 

Design General 

Drawing 

Drawing from the Cast 

Drawing from Life 

Drawing, Analysis of Ornament . . 
Historic Ornament . . ... 

Illustration 

Interior Decoration (Practice) ... . 
Interior Decorations (Principles) .... 

Lettering 

^"^'Lectures, Historic Ornament .... 

Library. Reference 

Modeling 

Perspective 

Pottery 

Printing — Composition ... 
Rendering, Water color, pen and ink, ere. 

Wood Work 

Wrought Iron Forging ... 



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*Beginning the second Wednesday in January; six lectures. 

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COURSE IN ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING AND DESIGN 

The subjects studied in this course are: instrumental drawing; 
the orders of architecture after Vignola, and from the Greek; 
shades and shadows; wash drawings; elements of design; order 
problems in competitions; criticism in design; academic render- 
ing; planning; perspective; architectural design in different 
periods"; elements of landscape architecture. 

The competitive work of the pupils of the architectural drawing 
class is judged by a committee of architects. 
Students can supplement this work by study in the water color, 
modeling, ornament, perspective and drawing classes. 

COURSE IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

This course is for young men intending to become builders, head 
carpenters, mechanics, etc. The studies include details of house 
and general building construction in all its parts; properties of 
building materials, making of and familiarity with architects' plans, 
elevations, and specifications; estimating; plumbing, heating, and 
ventilation. 

WROUGHT IRON CLASS 

Instruction is given in the various processes of iron forging, and 
the execution of practical problems, as candlesticks, grilles, weather 
vanes, hardware, sconces, fire sets, etc., from original designs. 

PRINCIPLES OF INTERIOR DECORATION 

This course includes instruction in the principles of color and 
design in direct relation to the problems of the interior decorator; 
and the study of the distinguishing characteristics of furniture 
and furnishings of the important periods, and the present day use 
of these periods. 

This will be supplemented by research work, and illustrated lectures 
on historic ornament. 

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CLASS FOR PRINTERS AND COMPOSITORS 

The instruction will have special reference to the principles 
involved in producing excellence in printing. The consideration 
of the size, appropriateness of style, spacing of type, the relation 
of type to paper, marginal effects, the designing of light and 
dark (tone) areas, color, the use of ornamental features, as head 
and tail pieces, initial letters and borders, and the placing of 
illustrative forms, will be fully discussed and illustrated. 
Practice in the sketching of "lay outs" will be continued through- 
out the course. 

LIFE CLASS 

The life classes are for the study of the figure from the living 
model by students who are sufficiently advanced to profitably 
pursue such study. Poses are designed to express the decorative 
possibilities of the figure. The school has a very large collection 
of costumes and accessories, contributing the best combinations 
for effective arrangements. 




Original Design for Lace 
By a Student of the Design Class 




THEORY AND PRACTICAL METHODS OF INSTRUCTION 
The course has special reference to the work of supervisors and 
grade teachers, and includes general free-hand drawing, black- 
board demonstrations, perspective, water color, plant analysis, 
historic ornament, stenciling, and block printing. The Principal 
of the School delivers lectures upon the place of drawing in 
modern education, principles of design, color, plans and eleva- 
tions, isometric and cabinet projection, comparative anatomy, 
aesthetics, and art history. The lectures are followed by work 
in the classroom on the subjects given. 

A course of home reading is required, and a book of clippings 
covering the subjects studied during the school year is compiled 
by each member of the class. 

NORMAL DESIGN CLASS 

The Design class is for the development of various phases 
presented in the Methods of Art Teaching course, and embraces 
the principles and practice of design, color harmony, lettering, 
and composition. ^4 certificate is awarded upon the satisfactory 
completion of the above two courses. 

JUNIOR CLASS 

The object of this class is to extend the opportunities afforded 
by the School, to younger students who may be interested in 
these subjects, but are. occupied during the greater part of their 
time with other studies of a general character. 
The class work is progressive and may extend over several years. 

Subjects of Study 

Sketching and rendering in pencil, charcoal, and color, of nature 
forms, casts, and familiar objects; designing for booklet covers, 
tile, pottery, stencils and block prints; decorative landscapes; 
illustrating, and work in modeling and pottery. 

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Rendering of nature forms, casts, and familiar objects. Elemen- 
tary original composition. Stencils. Block printing. Decorative 
landscape. Illustration. 

Modeling and Pottery — Fruit, vegetable forms, and leaves, from 
casts and nature; animals from the cast and prints. Elementary 
original composition. Pottery. 

WATER COLOR 

Pupils in this class are instructed in the rendering of drapery, 
objects, flowers, etc., in water color. As far as possible decorative 
applications are made of these studies. 

The decorative rendering of landscapes is studied during the 
latter part of the course. 

CLASS IN WOOD WORK AND JOINERY 

This class has special relation to the Manual Training given in 
the Public Schools, and is fundamental preparation for cabinet 
and interior wood work. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SKETCH CLASS 

This class makes use of the many Period Costumes of the School. 
Members work in any medium. As this class is under the auspices 
of the Alumni Association there is no charge to Alumni members; 
non-members pay a fee of five dollars ($5.00) to the Treasurer 
of the Alumni Association. The class is under the general regulation 
of the School and is in session one evening a week. 

SUMMER SESSION 

Instruction, demonstrations and lectures are given in aesthetics, 
historic art, principles and practice of design — surface and construc- 
tive; lettering and illuminating; methods of teaching and supervis- 
ing; costume design and rendering; drawing; technique of mediums; 
craftwork; interior decoration and furniture study. 

Special announcement, giving definite information regarding 
courses, dates and faculty, is issued in April. 

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PRIZES AWARDED ANNUALLY AT THE 
CLOSE OF THE SCHOOL YEAR 

"^he School reserves the right to retain premiated work, 
for one year. 

PRIZE SCHOLARSHIPS 

Five Scholarships on the Joseph F. Temple Foundation. 

Six Memorial Prize Scholarships awarded by the Alumni Asso- 
ciation of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial 
Art, to Associate Members, for a term of one year, for advanced 
study in the School, as follows: 

The Charles Godfrey Leland Scholarship. Founded by Mrs. John 
Harrison. 

The M. Theresa Keehmle Scholarship and the Aspasia Eckert 
Ramborger Scholarship, Founded by William Keehmle Ram- 
borger. 

The Edward Tonkin Dobbins Scholarships (3). Founded by 
Miss Mary A. Dobbins. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mcllhenny Memorial Scholarships (2). 
Founded by John D. Mcllhenny. 

The Georgia Mcllhenny Memorial Scholarship. 

THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE FELLOWSHIP, founded by the 
Associate Committee of Women to the Board of Trustees. 

Two hundred and fifty dollars a year to be awarded by the 
Faculty to a student in the School. 

PRIZES— GENERAL 
ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE 

Elizabeth Duane Gillespie Prize- -Twenty dollars for work in the 
Industrial Drawing Course. 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE 

Twenty dollars for general excellence. 

GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL ART LEAGUE PRIZE 

Ten dollars for work by a student member of the League. 

PRIZES— DESIGN AND CRAFT WORK 
ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN'S PRIZE 

Two prizes of ten dollars each for work in design. 

FREDERIC GRAFF PRIZE 

Twenty dollars for architectural design. 

MRS. FRANCIS FORBES MILNE PRIZE 

Ten dollars for design. 

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HERBERT D. ALLMAN PRIZES 

Ten dollars each for wall paper design, and for the best effect 

of contrasted color harmony. 
MRS. THOS. SKELTON HARRISON PRIZE 
Fifteen dollars for work in wrought iron. 
JOHN HARRISON MEMORIAL PRIZE 

Twenty-five dollars for wrought iron. 
G. GERALD EVANS PRIZE 

Ten dollars for a piece of cabinet work distinctive in design and 

execution. 
CHARLES GODFREY LELAND PRIZE 

Twenty dollars for wood carving. 
MRS. JOSEPH F. SINNOTT PRIZE 

Ten dollars for original garden vase executed in cement. 
EMMA S. CROZER PRIZE 

Twenty dollars for work in modeling. 
MRS. J. L. KETTERLINUS PRIZE 

Ten dollars for Museum Bulletin design. 
MRS. HENRY S. GROVES PRIZES 

Twenty dollars for Pageantry. 
MRS. WILLIAM T. CARTER PRIZES 

Thirty dollars for Costume design. 

PRIZES— ILLUSTRATION 

HENRY PERRY LELAND MEMORIAL PRIZE 

Fifteen dollars for work in illustration. 
MRS. C. SHILLARD-SMITH PRIZE 

Twenty-five dollars for best Illustration by a member of the 

Graduating Class. 
MRS. J. L. KETTERLINUS PRIZE 

Ten dollars for decorative quality of illustrative work. 

PRIZES— DRAWING, RENDERING 

EMMA S. CROZER PRIZE 

Twenty dollars for work in drawing. 
MRS. JOSEPH T. BAILEY PRIZES (2) 

Five dollars each for animal studies. 
MISS NINA LEA PRIZE 

Twenty dollars for water color rendering. 
MARY LUCRETIA RAMBORGER PRIZE 

Five dollars offered by the Alumni Association for the best set 

of drawings made in the Alumni Association's Sketch Class. 
F. WEBER & CO. PRIZE 

Drawing table, for work in Instrumental Drawing. 

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A LIST OF FORMER STUDENTS OF THE SCHOOL 
WITH THEIR OCCUPATIONS 

Students are asked to aid the Director in correcting and extending this list. 
The Alumni Association of the School has established a Business Bureau 
for the development of opportunities for employment and the disposal of 
designs and work of members and pupils of the School. 

HONOR ROLL 



*Anderson, Fred Infantry 

*Alston, Fred. C Artillery 

*Ashbrook, Jas Paymaster 

*Austin, Harold E Camouflage 

*Bauer, Adrian Infantry 

*Berry, Lt. Norman K Aviation 

*Betts, Leston Camouflage 

*Blumenthal, Corp. S. L., Ambulance 
*Borie, Sewell ...Ambulance Corps 

*Bower Maurice Medical 

*Boyd, Anson C Infantry 

*Buehr, Walter F Camouflage 

*Cain, David Infantry 

*Carrigan, Robt. M Aviation 

*Ciavarra, Pietro Infantry 

*Clark, Early R. Engineers 

*Ciayter, Frederick ... Camouflage 

*Cole, Sgt. Walter Engineers 

*Cooley, Byron R Navy 

*Davenport, Corp. Ernest Cavalry 

*De Bow, Theodore Engineers 

*Deibert, John M Medical 

*Dorrell, Ernest Medical 

*Do\vns, Raymond Medical 

*Dunkelberger, Ralph. . Signal Corps 
*Edwards, Parke E... Signal Corps 

*Ferkler, Wm. H Infantry 

*Frankhauser, Chas., .... Ambulance 

*Freelon, Lt. Allen R Infantry 

*Fromuth, Sgt. H. C, Jr., ..Artillery 

*Gaul, Clifford Navy 

*Grauer, William Infantry 

*Giuliano, Antonio ..Quartermaster 

*Harrison, John Jr Navy 

^Henderson, Leslie Engineers 

*Hess, Horace Infantry 

*Horn, Frank E Infantry 

*Hub, Harry C Infantry 

*Johnson, B Infantry 

*Kneuble, Capt. John Artillery 

*Knutzen, B Navy 

*Lane, Lt. Wade Infantry 

*Lambdin, Corp. Winfred. . Infantry 

*Lawson, Alex Navy 

*Lawson, George Z Ambulance 

*Leidy, Sgt. Erwin ..Quartermaster 

*Lloyd, J Navy 

'^'Longenecker. Paul Infantry 

*Mahan, Philip Artillery 

*Malick, F. G Infantry 

*Majer, Carl Signal Corps 

*Martin, Leslie Infantry 



*Matson, J. B Aviation 

*Melville, Ralph Infantry 

*Met'z, Earl E Infantry 

*Miller, Edw Infantry 

*AIcManus, Philip Infantry 

*McCormick, Vincent . . Camouflage 

*Nuss, Albert Camouflage 

*Noble, Oswald Artillery 

*Nye, William Infantry 

*01mstead, IngeisoU Infantry 

^Patterson, H. A Engineers 

*Pennegar, Leo Infantry 

*Pennell, Leslie Reconstruction 

*Pinkovitz, H. L .Infantry 

*Pitz, Henry Infanrry 

*Price, Wm. W Reconstruction 

*Pritt'ie, Edwin Infantry 

*Remmel, Alphonso J Infantry 

*Renner, Herbert Infantry 

*Rex, Hilary Aviation 

*Ricci, Serg. Armand ... Engineers 

*Rile, Lt. H. J Engineers 

*Rickenbaugh, Robt Navy 

*Rivel, Thos Artillery 

*Robinson, Hilliard Artillery 

*Savage, James Engineers 

*Schoenhut, Harry E. Artillery 

*Shackleford, Theo Infantry 

*Shenton, Corp. Edward . . Engineers 

*Shuyler, Clyde Infantry 

*Smith, Capt. Wm. J Infantry 

*Smythe, Samuel Medical 

*Spangenberg, Ruel P Infantry 

*Spizzari, Lugi Cavalry 

*Tanniswood, Calvin Navy 

*Taylor, Earl J Infantry 

*Thompson, Wm. H Infantry 

*Thorn, Warren Hall ....... Navy 

*Thorn, Warren H. Navy 

*Tedlie, Harry Medical 

*Vance, Holton A Signal 

*Walenta, Edmund J. ..Y. M. C. A. 

*Walgren, Adrian A Marine 

*Walton, Sgt. Albert Marine 

*Walton, Edward Ambulance 

*Weber, Walter Engineers 

*Weston, Harold Infantry 

*Williams, Robt Navy 

*Woberg, W Engineers 

nVyckofif, Wm. T Ambulance 

*Yost, Herman Aledical 

*Ziegler, Harry S., Tr Aledical 



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ARCHITECTS AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMEN 



Barretto, Carlos ^Manila, P. I. 

Bassett. George C Philadelphia 

Bencker. G. B Philadelphia 

Bencker, Ralph B Philadelphia 

Berzner. A Philadelphia 

Betelle, T. Oscar Philadelphia 

Bickel, C Philadelphia 

Bishop, A. C Philadelphia 

Bissell, E. P Philadelphia 

Biswanger, C. T Philadelphia 

Boggs, Edward T Philadelphia 

Boyer, Lynn H Philadelphia 

Brinkworth, \V. B Philadelphia 

Cairn, W. Brooks Philadelphia 

Calder, Norman ....New York City 

Calvert, Louis Philadelphia 

Casner, C. A Philadelphia 

Churchman, C. W., London, England 

Coneys, John Philadelphia 

Conway, W. L Philadelphia 

Custer," W. L Philadelphia 

Davis, Paul Philadelphia 

De Moll, C. Philadelphia 

Dingee, Joseph T Philadelphia 

Donoline, J. M Philadelphia 

Davis, Frank Philadelphia 

Dunlap, A Philadelphia 

Edmunds, F. D Philadelphia 

Etter, H. B Philadelphia 

Fetterolf, Edwin H Philadelphia 

Feustmann, Maurice M., Philadelphia 

Fry, J. W. B Philadelphia 

Getz, Peter F Philadelphia 

Grater, Ursinus . . . .Norristown, Pa. 

Harris, C Philadelphia 

Hays, Frank A Philadelphia 



Higgins, Joseph R. 



.Philadelphia 



Hinderman, Carl Philadelphia 

Hoover, Ira W Toledo, Ohio 

Irwin, H Philadelphia 

Jamieson, J. P St. Louis 

Kimmel, T. Earl .Washington, D. C. 



Klauder, Charles Z. ...Philadelphia 

Klinges, I. P Philadelphia 

Lehman, E. P Philadelphia 

Long, Albert T.. .Washington, D. C. 

MacKellar, R Red Bank, N. J. 

Martin, Frank Philadelphia 

Mayo, Walter Philadelphia 

McConaghy, Caroline . Philadelphia 
Mcllvain, Cornelius . . . Philadelphia 

Molitor, Tohn Philadelphia 

Morgan, T. S Philadelphia 

Murray, L. Walter ., Portland, Ore. 

Oslen, R. L Philadelphia 

Phelan, J. V Philadelphia 

Powers, E. S Woodbury, N. J. 

P.rentzel, D. A Philadelphia 

Reeve, R. M Philadelphia 

Rieger, H. E Philadelphia 

Ring, J Philadelphia 

Ritter, F. J Philadelphia 

Russ, C. F Philadelphia 

Schinommyer, W. G., .Philadelphia 

Seeler, Edgar V Philadelphia 

Shaef, Charles Philadelphia 

Sheffler, J. F Reading, Pa. 

Shepherd, J. G Philadelphia 

Shuler, Clyde Philadelphia 

Simon, Grant Philadelphia 

Smith, Walter Bell Philadelphia 

Smith, W. J Chicago 

Stehle, C Philadelphia 

Stratton, Richard Philadelphia 

Talum, H Philadelphia 

Thompson, William H., Philadelphia 

Tiers, Walter H Philadelphia 

Walton, H. L Philadelphia 

Walton, W Philadelphia 

White, Ralph E Philadebhia 

Winter, R. C Philadelphia 

Yardley, E. H Philadelphia 

Yocum, Stanley Philadelphia 

Zeigler, Chas. A Riverside, N. J. 



Fauns, B. P. 



.Japan 



BOOKBINDERS 

Philadelphia ]\Iasagi, Hiromoto 

St. John, Agnes Boston, Mass. 

BUILDERS 

Reeves, Henry Philadelphia 

CABINET MAKERS 

Hemsing, William S., Souderton, Pa. Huth, J. C Philadelphia 

Hennig, Charles Philadelphia Netzley, L C Ephrata, Pa. 

Theis, C. W Philadelphia 



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CARVERS (IVORY) 

Bachman. H. E Philadelphia 

CARVERS (STONE) 

Carlson, F Philadelphia Koester, Louis Philadelphia 

Cooper, E Philadelphia Patterson, George Philadelphia 

Eraser, Donald Philadelphia Walmsley, J Philadelphia 



CARVERS 

Banner, Edward Philadelphia 

Bateman, John . . . . Bridgeton, N. J. 

Bauer, Charles J Philadelphia 

Dalmasse, Romaine . . . Philadelphia 

Demian, J Philadelphia 

Deni, Frank Philadelphia 

Dentzel, W Philadelphia 

Franke, Charles Philadelphia 

Kaufman, J Philadelphia 

Wumseh, W 



(WOOD) 

Lutz, C. A Philadelphia 

Mensch, William Philadelphia 

Remmlein, J Philadelphia 

Ruckes, George Philadelphia 

Ruppel, F. C Philadelphia 

Segal, I Philadelphia 

Stern, F. B Philadelphia 

Schoch, J. E Camden, N. J. 

X'ecchiolli, Donato .... Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 



FURNITURE MAKERS AND DESIGNERS 



Barber, John Philadelphia 

Barber, J. Burton Philadelphia 

Dewar, W. H Philadelphia 

Evans, G. Gerald Philadelphia 

Fava, Angelo Philadelphia 

Foster, Ernst ..Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Golz. Julius Philadelphia 

Henshell, Fred Philadelphia 

Smvser, D. H. . 



Holt, William, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Krause, Louis Philadelphia 

McDevitt, Ralph Philadelphia 

Mercer, W. Harry Philadelphia 

Mervine, Claude B., Pittsluirgh, Pa. 

Nonnemaker, Tay Grand Rapids 

Roberts, W. S Philadelphia 

Smith, Oscar L Philadelphia 

. . . .Dallas, Texas 



UPHOLSTERERS 

Klotz. Geo. A Philadelphia Ramsden, J 

Ritter, W. L 



V. . 
Philadelphia 



Philadelphia 



INTERIOR 

Adolphe, Albert Jean, . . Philadelphia 
Anderson, J. W. . . Morristown, Pa. 

Anderson, John W Philadelphia 

Barrell, F. W Philadelphia 

Barthmaier, H. C Philadelphia 

Benner, C. A Philadelphia 

Bergmann, Carolvn . . . Philadelphia 

Bond, W. A. . . . ' Philadelphia 

Brown, Elmers Philadelphia 

Buryhof, Charles Philadelphia 

Cave, Herbert E Baltimore 

Chambers, M. Louise Cincinnati 

Chew, Walter G Philadelphia 

Clark, A. W Philadelphia 

Cohen, Louis G Philadelphia 

Cole, Marie Philadelphia 

Craighill, S. Preston ...New York 

Crooks, Emily S Philadelphia 

D'Ascenzo, Nicola Philadelphia 



DECORATORS 

Livengood, Francis H. . Philadelphia 

Mertz, O. E Philadelphia 

Luccereni, John Philadelphia 

Lynam, Ethel Philadelphia 

MacCartney, Francis . . . Philadelphia 

MacGregor, N Philadelphia 

Mann, Helen Philadelphia 

Mather, William W Philadelphia 

Melcher, George Pasadena. Cal. 

McCarter, William, Jr. . Philadelphia 

Nash, Carl E Pasadena. Cal. 

Nelson, John Joseph. . . . Philadelphia 

Norak. Joseph Philadelphia 

Ohmer, Ralph Jersey City, N. J. 

Orwig, Henry M St. Louis, Mo. 

Paredes, Gregorio.Manila, Philippines 
Power, Edith M...New York, N. Y. 

Prichard, E. S Philadelphia 

Pullanz, J Philadelphia 



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Deker, Joseph Philadelphia 

Dean, Colin Philadelphia 

Down, Ra3^mond Philadelphia 

Ecob, Frances H. ..Flushing, N. Y. 

Elter, Harry Philadelphia 

Ely, Donald H Chicago, 111. 

England, Russell Philadelphia 

Ernst, Clara L Philadelphia 

Fetherston, Florence C. .Philadelphia 

Fisher, Edith Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Friedman, Joseph Philadelphia 

Gerber, Fred Philadelphia 

Gerber, Philip Philadelphia 

Goldberg, David Philadelphia 

Gugert, George L...New York City 

Hadley, Paul Indianapolis, Ind. 

Hamilton, William . . . Pasadena, Cal. 
Heberton, Harriet L. ... Philadelphia 

Hemphill, Rebecca Philadelphia 

Humma, John R....New York City 

Inskip, William Buffalo, N. Y. 

Jounce, Walter Philadelphia 

Kaufmann, W Philadelphia 

Keire, Henry Philadelphia 

Keyser, Leon Philadelphia 

Kier, Lynton H Philadelphia 

Knowles, W. Irving. ... Philadelphia 

Knox, Lena Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Leuman, Edna Philadelphia 

Littlefield, Spencer Philadelphia 



Renner, Herbert Philadelphia 

Rogers, A Philadelphia 

Rowe, Charles Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rindskofif, Alexander C.New Orleans 
Sheridan, Mark ...Los Angeles, Cal. 

Sherry, M. V Philadelphia 

Shisler, A. F Philadelphia 

Shover, Lucy M. .. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Shupert, Madissa Philadelphia 

Sima, Frank A Philadelphia 

Sprenkle, Arthur G. . Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Stevens, Thos. George. .Philadelphia 

Stout, A. H Philadelphia 

Sutton, Daniel Everett. . Philadelphia 

Taws, Louis J Philadelphia 

Tajdor, Anna Philadelphia 

Teupe, F. W Kansas City, Mo. 

Thoma, Annabel L Philadelphia 

\'an Artsdalen Philadelohia 

Walton, F., Jr Philadelphia 

W^aterman, Anna M. .. .Philadelphia 

Wehner, Tony Philadelphia 

Welker, Carl V New York 

\\'enck, Charles S Boston, Mass. 

Whitehead, Chas. V. ... Philadelphia 

Willis, Charles Philadelphia 

Wolters, R Philadelphia 

Wood, Elizabeth Philadelphia 

Ziegler, W. L Philadelphia 

Zilinziger, Albert Philadelphia 



SCENE PAINTERS 

Sparks, Will Philadelphia Sparks, William, Jr Philadelphia 

Williams, John . . . .New York, N. Y. 

DECORATIVE PAINTERS AND DESIGNERS 



Bates, Aura A Philadelphia 

Baxter, Reba Philadelphia 

Bickle, Helen A Philadelphia 

Cummings, H. N. . Washington, D. C. 

Dantzig, M New York 

Edwards, William Al. .. Philadelphia 
Gillespie, Katherine .... Philadelphia 

Grauer, William Philadelphia 

Grim, W Philadelphia 

Huntingdon. Airs. A. W., Philadelphia 

Jones, Edith G Philadelphia 

Kelly, Laura Philadelphia 

Welker, Carl V. 



Alehalck, S. T Philadelphia 

Alolarsky, Alorris New York 

Newman, W. Alaud ...Philadelphia 
Nichulas, B. Ashmead. . Philadelphia 

Padula, L Philadelphia 

Piatt, Alarie S Nantucket, Mass. 

Sauer, J. E. B., 

Shellburne Falls, Alass. 

Smith, Edith Philadelphia 

Trueblood, Sarah E. ...Philadelphia 

Van Gelder, Peter Philadelphia 

Warga. Ernest Philadelphia 

New York 



DECORATIVE SIGN PAINTERS 



BlankofiF, E Philadelphia 

Feely, Morris New York 

Hammerle, Carl Philadelphia 

Herzberg, Charles Philadelphia 

McLaughlin, O Philadelphia 



Meagher, W. J Philadelphia 

Norris, Frank Camden, N. J. 

Thume, R Philadelphia 

Woodward, Frank ..Cleveland, Ohio 
Jackson, A. Ware ..Harrison, Ark. 



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CHINA DECORATORS 

Cannon, Florence V. ..Camden, N. J. Cochran, Mrs. W. 
Cobden, Mrs. Nellie C, Philadelphia Roebeck, Elizabeth 
Tri]iler, Louise Philadelphia 

DESIGNERS (BANK NOTE) 
Philadelphia Perrottet, Emile .. 

DESIGNERS (BOOK COVERS) 

Dees, H, P Philadelphia 



Davis, W. S. ... 



J.. .Philadelphia 
. .Bethlehem, Pa. 



Philadelphia 



DESIGNERS 

Blair, Florence. . . .Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Baker, Raymond Philadelphia 

Chalfin, J Philadelphia 

Closkey, H. M Philadelphia 

Davison, W Philadelphia 

Diez, John Philadelphia 

Fretz, John A Philadelphia 

Fromuth, August Philadeljihia 

Geiger, Nelson T Philadelphia 

Hawkins, A. J Philadelphia 

Jarvis, Owen Philadelphia 



(CARPET) 

Kommer, John T Philadelphia 

Mahan, Philip Bristol, Pa. 

May, Anna K Philadelphia 

AIc]\Ianus, Philip Philadelphia 

Shultz, Louis Philadelphia 

Steiger, W Philadelphia 

Temme, J Philadelphia 

Vickers, D. P Philadelphia 

Weber, Carl Philadelphia 

Weber, Harry Philadelphia 

Williams, N. W Philadelphia 



DESIGNERS (COSTUMES) 



Cave, Edna Philadelphia 

Crook, Gertrude M Philadelphia 

Hartson, Sarah R Philadelphia 

Howard, Mrs. N. C. ..Danville, Va. 
Katz, Rosalind Philadelphia 



Lippencott, Esther Philadelphia 

Malan, Kathryn Philadelphia 

Thoma, Corallie P. B. ..New York 

Twaddell, Beatrice Philadelphia 

Twaddell, Florence P. ..Philadelphia 



DESIGNERS (EMBROIDERY) 



Applegate, Jacob Philadelphia 

Branin, Susie E Philadelphia 

Cohen, Hattie Philadelphia 

D'e Carlo, Jennie Philadelphia 

Eagan, Mary C Philadelphia 

Helmbold, Lillie M. . . . Philadelphia 

Hobbs, Anna F Philadelphia 

Lloyd, Eleanor Philadelphia 

Stevenson, Marie 



Long, Isabel Philadelphia 

Marshall. George W. ...Philadelphia 

Nolan, Mary C Philadelphia 

Padgett, Anna L Bethlehem, Pa. 

Pettit, Etta M Philadelphia 

Prettyman, Jean Philadelphia 

Roberts, Dora S Philadelphia 

Schraum, Alice Philadelphia 

E. ...Philadelphia 



DESIGNERS (GAS FIXTURES, ETC.) 



Floriot, E. C Philadelphia 

Klein, Max New York 

Kornbau, Kennard J., New York City 
Krayer, J. Frederick ...Philadelphia 

McKeiage, R Philadelphia 

Mitchell, Edw. P Philadelphia 

Reynolds, Vincent Philadelphia 



Thaleg, Oscar Philadelphia 

Walsh, W. E Boston, Mass. 

Washington, Elizabeth F., 

Philadelphia 

Walters, John Philadelphia 

Wolters, Herman Philadelphia 

Yardley, Horace Boston, Mass. 



Zimmerman, William . . .Philadelphia 

GENERAL DESIGNERS 

Bates, William H Philadelphia Conner, B. T Philadelphia 

Bowman, C. H Philadelphia Dannerth, C. A Philadelphia 

Carroll, Benjamin Philadelphia De Armond, F. L Philadelphia 



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Euget, J. M Philadelphia 

Gentsch, M. F Philadelphia 

Hottinger, M. A Philadelphia 

Hutton, F. B Philadelphia 

Kane, H. J Doylestown, Pa. 

Kelly, John Philadelphia 

Kutchera, H Philadelphia 

Lang, William Philadelphia 

Lawson, David Philadelphia 

Lederman, J. M Philadelphia 

Ludell, Harold Philadelphia 

Martin, William S Philadelphia 

Mellon, William S Philadelphia 

Oberlander, Robert S. ..Philadelphia 

O'Brien, F Philadelphia 

Offenhauer, W Philadelphia 

DESIGNERS 

Bailey, Walter Philadelphia 

Blaetz, Gertrude Philadelphia 

DePlanque, Carl Philadelphia 

Donnelly, J. F Philadelphia 

Ebert, William Philadelphia 

Foulkrod, Helen Philadelphia 

Geckler, E Philadelphia 

Geckler, Laura Philadelphia 

Hansell, Alargaret ....Philadelphia 
Head, Mabel Philadelphia 



Ogier, Victor Philadelphia 

Ott, Frederick Adams, Mass. 

Potteiger, Anna Philadelphia 

Pugh, Geo. W Philadelphia 

Rodenboch, F Philadelphia 

Ruby, Edna B Chicago, 111. 

Savournin, B. H Philadelphia 

Seitzer, G. A Philadelphia 

Shover, Edna M. .Indianapolis, Ind. 

Sickels, W. H Philadelphia 

Shiels, Thomas Philadelphia 

Shinle, John Philadelphia 

Snyder, A. F Philadelphia 

Steck, E. A Philadelphia 

Stoertz, A Philadelphia 

Yundt, Charles Philadelphia 

(JEWELRY) 

Kiehl, Nettie E Philadelphia 

Murray, Harry Philadelphia 

McArthur, J. E Philadelphia 

Pollard, H Philadelphia 

Schnauffer, William .... Philadelphia 

Smith, Walter Philadelphia 

Soderland, B. I Philadelphia 

Straughan, Evelyn G. . . Philadelphia 

Wurtz, Anna Philadelphia 

Zothe, W. R Philadelphia 



DESIGNERS 

Anderson, Florence ...Philadelphia 

Ashworth, Handel Philadelphia 

Bickel, A. Clifton Philadelphia 

Braid, Mary Philadelphia 

Brodhead, H. J Philadelphia 

Carman, Milton Philadelphia 

Geckler, Viola M Philadelphia 

Goll, J Philadelphia 

Hardy, H. W Philadelphia 

Hermann, F. F Philadelphia 



(LACE) 

Huff, Charles D Philadelphia 

Inman, R. B Philadelphia 

Kirmse, F Philadelphia 

McGinley, J. W., Jr. ... Philadelphia 

Petzold, A Philadelphia 

Rosmer, \V. J Philadelphia 

Schnitzler, W. G Philadelphia 

Siegfried, R Philadelphia 

Simpson, J. M Philadelphia 

Stevenson, G. A Philadelphia 



DESIGNERS (MILLINERY) 

Furman, Margaret D. H., Philadelphia Lutz, Ella New York 

DESIGNERS (MUSIC COVER) 

Dewey, Alfred New York Ford, Nellie A. Kulling, Philadelphia 

DESIGNERS (OILCLOTH AND LINOLEUM) 
Bower A. L Philadelphia Severns, A. Lincoln ..Camden, N. J. 

DESIGNERS AND DECORATORS OF POTTERY 

Brinton, Anne H Philadelphia Morris, Frank Trenton, N. J. 

Hinds, J. Donald Trenton, N. J. Temple, Celia . . . .Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Heacock, R. A Philadelphia Thumlert, Adaline M., Philadelphia 

Urban, Grace L Royersford, Pa. 



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DESIGNERS (PRINTED STUFFS) 

Le Forte, H. B New York Twining, Emma L Philadelphia 

DESIGNERS (RUGS) 

Chadwick, Bertram ...Philadelphia Haimbach, Charlotte ...Philadelphia 

Fox, Jacob R Philadelphia Knox, A Philadelphia 

Gledhill, D. F Philadelphia Leupold, Harry Philadelphia 

Goodwin, Howard Philadelphia Rice, Willard M Philadelphia 

Wilkinson, H. M Philadelphia 

STAINED GLASS MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS 

Browne, F. W Philadelphia Laible, F Philadelphia 

Doriox, Jules Philadelphia Phillips, Leila Philadelphia 

Graur, William Philadelphia Pierro, Joseph Philadelphia 

Halleck, P. P Pittsburgh, Pa. Reith, F Philadelphia 

Hawkins, E. R Philadelphia Ritter, Elma S Philadelphia 

Herbert, Milton Paul ..Philadelphia Stanbio, Anna W. ... Memphis, Tenn. 

Hoffman, W. E Philadelphia Sweeney, Frances Darby, 

Holt, Maria L. ...Los Angeles, Cal. Philadelphia 

Kecler, R. B New York, N. Y. Wieder, Frank Philadelphia 

Yundt, Carl Philadelphia 

STATIONERY DESIGNERS 

Buck, Winifred New York Kutz, Elda Philadelphia 

Bussinger, Helen A. ..Philadelphia Landregan, Jean Philadelphia 

De Vine, Mary V Philadelphia McCoy, M. Louise .... Philadelphia 

Gremson, W. E Philadelphia Pullman, C. W Philadelphia 

Jenneft, Herbert H Philadelphia Seltzer, G. Allen Philadelphia 

Johns, Helen Philadelphia Wolfersberger, Rena . . . Philadelphia 

TILE AND MOSAIC DESIGNERS 

Hinds, Stewart C Trenton, N. J. Aleneghetti, Gustavo ...Philadelphia 

Mueller, William . . . .Trenton. N. J. Simons, F. W Philadelphia 

UPHOLSTERY DESIGNERS 

Mayer, W. B Philadelphia Schnell, William Philadelphia 

Dreyfus, Carrie Philadelphia Siegfield, H Philadelphia 

WALL PAPER DESIGNERS 

Black, W. A Philadelphia Seeburger, H Philadelphia 

Doane, George P Philadelphia Shay, H. B Philadelphia 

McAvoy, Gertrude York, Pa. Walenta, E. J., Jr Philadelphia 

COLORISTS 

Bittenbinder, Frank S. . . Philadelphia Lichten, Francis Philadelphia 

Carpenter, Morley K. . Philadelphia McGear, Robert Philadelphia 

Eddy, Mabel Philadelphia Park, Alexander Philadelphia 

Francis, W. T Wilmington, Del. Powers, Edith Philadelphia 

Gamon, Anne Patterson, Philadelphia Stanley, Louise Tuftle . . Philadelphia 

Hoffman, Alice Philadelphia Van Fossen, Edith B. .Philadelphia 

ILLUSTRATORS (BOOK AND PERIODICAL 

Ayers, Helen Philadelphia Bayha, Edwin F Philadelphia 

Bailey, Vernon Howe ...New York Bonsall, Mary W Philadelphia 

Baker. M. Louise Philadelphia Boyer, Jane Allen ..Riverton, N. J. 

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Brunner, F. S Philadelphia 

D'allett, Dorothea Philadelphia 

Day, Helena Philadelphia 

Donovan, Mary M Philadelphia 

Everett, Walker Hunt . . Philadelphia 
Fewsmith, Mary H.. Camden, N. J. 

Garrett, Anna Philadelphia 

Kenan, Ophelia Philadelphia 

Watson, Aarnes M. 



Newton, Ruth E Philadelphia 

Nice, Helen Von S Philadelphia 

Pennell, Joseph Philadelphia 

Price, Mary L Philadelphia 

Seal, Ethel Davis New York 

Slear, Elias New York 

Streator, Sidney V Chicago 

Thatcher, Earl New^ York 

Philadelphia 



ILLUSTRATORS (FASHION JOURNALS AND PAPERS) 



Baker, Eleanor Philadelphia 

Justice, Marion Philadelphia 

Parry, Anna W Philadelphia 

Rice, Anna Philadelphia 

Snyder, Edith B Philadelphia 

Weiser, Helen M. 



Lemon, Hope Philadelphia 

Snyder, Jean Philadelphia 

Stern, Lena Philadelphia 

Trout, Cecil W Philadelphia 

Wetherald, Jeanette . . . .Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 



ILLUSTRATORS (GENERAL COMMERCIAL) 



Anderson, Frederick A. . Philadelphia 

Bailey, R. S Philadelphia 

Barlow, Nina Philadelphia 

Bauer. Robert Philadelphia 

Beck, R. K New York 

Bittle, Linnaca F Philadelphia 

Blumenthal, AL L Philadelphia 

Booth, T. E Philadelphia 

Brown, Helen Philadelphia 

Burton, Alfred Philadelphia 

Burton, John Columbus, Ohio 

Chickering, Charles New York 

Caley, Isabelle Philadelphia 

Clement. Joseph Philadelphia 

Clement, W. N Philadelphia 

Coleman, Ralph Philadelphia 

Connor, Byron T Philadelphia 

Davis. A. C Bedford, Pa. 

Dean. F. Earnest ..Cleveland, Ohio 

De Barthe Philadelphia 

Desch, Frank H Philadelphia 

Dickel, Conrad Philadelphia 

Dolphin, J. C Portland, Ore. 

Dowling, T. Joseph .... Philadelphia 

Easton, Spencer Philadelphia 

Engard, Jessie M Philadelphia 

Ewald, Louis Minneapolis, Minn. 

Fahringer, Robert, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Feinberg, J Philadelphia 

Fewsmith, Hazeltine ..Camden, N. J. 

Finley, Edith D Philadelphia 

Fischer, Dorothea Philadelphia 

Frant'z, S. M New York 

Frederick, Florence . . . Philadelphia 
Freedley, Elizabeth .... Philadelphia 
Gardiner, Florence Philadelphia 



Gartland, Louise Philadelphia 

Geibel, Casimir J Philadelphia 

Goodwin, Walter Philadelphia 

Haines, W. Linford ...Philadelphia 

Halloway, E Philadelphia 

Hart, C. F Philadelphia 

Hawley, E. H Philadelphia 

Henkels, Charles J. ...Philadelphia 
Henning, Ludwig ...Johnstown, Pa. 

Holmes, Mildred Philadelphia 

Hoopes, Florence Philadelphia 

Hoopes, Margaret Philadelphia 

Humphreys, Laura C. .. Philadelphia 

Humphries, D. H Philadelphia 

Hottinger, W Philadelphia 

Johnson, Margaret P. . . Philadelphia 

Kassel. Philip Philadelphia 

Keenan, John M Philadelphia 

Kelley, Grace G Philadelphia 

Kelman, Benjamin Philadelphia 

Kelser, John Philadelphia 

Ketchura. H Philadelphia 

Keyser, Howard J Philadelphia 

Keyser, William Philadelphia 

Kraemer, G Philadelphia 

Lachenmeyer, Paul ....Philadelphia 

La Rossee, H. L Philadelphia 

Lederman, H Florida 

Leopold, L. R Philadelphia 

Lipman, W Buffalo, N. Y. 

Lupprian, Hildegard. . . . Philadelphia 

Lutz, Edwin G New York 

Martino, Modestino Philadelphia 

McCraig, Robert Philadelphia 

Alohr, William Philadelphia 

Nortenheim, W. S Philadelphia 



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Xortenheim, Mrs. Grace H., 

Philadelphia 

Perry, Samuel Philadelphia 

Pilsbry, Elizabeth Philadelphia 

Powers, Edith Philadelphia 

Prettie, Edwin J Philadelphia 

Robinson, ^Margaret A .. Philadelphia 

Rohland, A Philadelphia 

Ross, L. W Philadelphia 

Schlesinger, Alfred R. ..New York 

Schriver, Morris Philadelphia 

Scott, John G Tainaqua, Pa. 

Sheafer, William New York 

Shettsline, W. J New York 

Simpkins, Velma T Philadelphia 

Skemp, Olive Hess ..Syracuse, N. Y. 
Stanley, Louise Tuttle ..Philadelphia 
Starr, Mary T Trenton, N. J. 

ILLUSTRATORS 

Anderson, Carl T New York 

Baer, Arthur Washington, D. C. 

Corkhill, Robert New York 

Dale, B. F Philadelphia 

D'Emo, Leon New York 

Emerson, C Philadelphia 

Graeber, J Philadelphia 

Grant, George A New York 

Hanlon, L Philadelphia 

Hark, Gertrude Philadelphia 

Hoban, W. C Philadelphia 

Huntington. Barton K., Philadelphia 

Janke, H Philadelphia 

Keller, C. K Philadelphia 

Knerr, Harold H Philadelphia 



Stokes, R. E Philadelphia 

Stuven, Robert Philadelphia 

Susan, Robert Philadelphia 

Tedlie, H. E Philadelphia 

Tompkins, Thomas ....Philadelphia 

Walters, Raymond New York 

Walton, Albert W Philadelphia 

Weisley, Walter Philadelphia 

Welsh, H. D Philadelphia 

Wheatley, John Philadelphia 

Wheeler, W. J Philadelphia 

Whiteley, Lilian D Chicago, 111. 

Whyte, L H Philadelphia 

Wilks, John T Philadelphia 

Wilson, Pliny J. ...Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Wolf, G. L Philadelphia 

Zoll, H Philadelphia 

Zwick, W. A Philadelphia 

(NEWSPAPER) 

Lipman, M. J Philadelphia 

Maconathy, Jean Philadelphia 

Moran, Charles Philadelphia 

Murray, J Philadelphia 

Napkil, Raymond Philadelphia 

Newman, George Philadelphia 

Newman, Howard Philadelphia 

Penfield, George W. ...New York 
Reinbold, George .Williamsport, Pa. 

Roller, W. A Philadelphia 

Rowe, C. H New York 

Scot, Walter Philadelphia 

Story, Benjamin, Jr. ...Philadelphia 

Swoboda, Harry Philadelphia 

Walgren. A Philadelphia 



Bloecker, Chas. T Chicago, 111. 

Diehl, J. W. . . . .• Philadelphia 

Eissler, John Philadelphia 

Enenbach, J Philadelphia 

Karulin, Louis Philadelphia 

Law, Frank Philadelphia 



ENGRAVERS (COPPER PLATE) 



McCarthey Philadelphia 

Motteram, W. C Philadelphia 

O'Neill, S. H Philadelphia 

Ovington, H. W Philadelphia 

Pabst, George Philadelphia 

Reider, A. S Philadelphia 



ENGRAVERS (STEEL) 

Becker, Charles Philadelphia Culbertson, E. L Philadelphia 

Chappell, Christina ....Philadelphia Parkhill, David C Philadelphia 

LITHOGRAPHERS AND LITHOGRAPHIC DESIGNERS 



Barsey. E Philadelphia 

Bowman, C. H Philadelphia 

Fell, Penrose Philadelphia 

Forderer, Francis B. ...Philadelphia 

Grotz, Herman Philadelphia 

Ketterer, G Philadelphia 

Klaw, R. F Philadelphia 

Luttgen, Antoinette .... Philadelphia 



Winchester, Helen D 
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Potsdamer, James S. . . . Philadelphia 

Ricords, Jennie T Philadelphia 

Roller, Oscar F Philadelphia 

Smith, J. M Philadelphia 

Snyder, A. F Philadelphia 

Spiel, Rudolph Philadelphia 

Staniszenski, M. A Philadelphia 

Tenfel, Joseph _ Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 



PHOTO ENGRAVERS 

Boehlke. Emil Philadelphia Montalvo, J Philadelphia 

Buhler, J Philadelphia Rembold, George Philadelphia 

Gillam, Walter Philadelphia Weeks, E. M Washington, D. C. 

Gray, S Philadelphia Weeks, Raymond Philadelphia 

Magnier, E. C Philadelphia Winter, H. L Philadelphia 

Marcellus, P. B. S Philadelphia Wolf, S. L Philadelphia 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Cook, Allen D Philadelphia Pearce, Joseph N Philadelphia 

Dooner, W. J Philadelphia Sheeter. Chas Philadelphia 

Haesler, Fred C Philadelphia Teubner, A. F Philadelphia 

PLATE PRINTERS 

Peters, R Philadelphia 

METAL WORKERS, COPPER, SILVER, ETC. 

Andrade, C. P Denver, Col. Fryer, J. B Chester, Pa. 

Ashcroft, C. D Philadelphia Knoff lock, Julia F. .. Alansfield, Ohio 

Bennett, Fred. W Philadelphia Markle, M Philadelphia 

Casnett, G. F Philadelphia Nacke, Karl G Philadelphia 

Colarossi, A. G Philadelphia Poiesz, C Philadelphia 

Fish, William Philadelphia Taylor, Earle Philadelphia 

IRON WORKERS 

Beck, John Philadelphia Gotlieb, AI Philadelphia 

Becker, Fred Philadelphia Greger, E. A.. .Buffalo, N. Y. 

Berg, George Philadelphia Jaeger, W Philadelphia 

Bonoventura, Filippo. . ..Philadelphia Matucci, Alfonso Philadelphia 

Edwards, Parke Bryn Athyn Vellin, Samuel Philadelphia 

Zimmerman, W Philadelphia 

~ DIE SINKERS AND ENGRAVERS 

Dowling, E Philadelphia Parkinson, Walter C. . . . Philadelphia 

Freund, Rudolph Philadelphia Putnam, William Philadelphia 

Frank, Herman Philadelphia Roselike, Otto Philadelphia 

Kelly, W. H Philadelphia Schilling, Emil Philadelphia 

Lau, F Philadelphia Sinnock, John Philadelphia 

JEWELERS 

Davison, B. F Philadelphia Fass, G Philadelphia 

Lynch, F Philadelphia 

MODELERS (ARCHITECTUR.AL TERRA COTTA AND PLASTER) 

Belotti, Salvador Philadelphia Marenzana, Emilio New York 

Destelbach. C Philadelphia Mayer, Fred. E New York 

Finn, John C Philadelphia Mayer. Mary S New York 

Fiske, Helen S Philadelphia Howell, Silas New York 

Froehlich, M. L Harrisburg, Pa. Profetti, Gervine Philadelphia 

Lutz, Ernest Philadelphia Simons, A. C Paris, France 

Ward, Thomas Philadelphia 

MODELERS (CARVED LEATHER) 

Barron, R. F Philadelphia Toner, John Philadelphia 

Schmidtmeir, W Philadelphia Tully, Miles Philadelphia 

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MODEL MAKERS 

Cornwall, Frank Philadelphia Hoopes. Joseph D Philadelphia 

Guilfuss, P. J Philadelphia Martin, C Philadelphia 

MOSAIC WORKERS 

Menewhet'ti, Gustavo. ... Philadelphia Vellozzi, Salvatore Philadelphia 

SEAL ENGRAVERS 

Frick, Fred Philadelphia 

MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMEN AND DRAUGHTSWOMEN 



Allison, Dorothy Philadelphia 

Armen, Bertha Philadelphia 

Barker, B Philadelphia 

Brenneman, Blanche S. . Philadelphia 

Chase, Isabelle Philadelphia 

Copenhafer, T. A Philadelphia 

Davis, R. D Philadelphia 

Doremus, Alma Philadelphia 

Eggeling, F. W Philadelphia 

Flynn, Claire Philadelphia 

Frambo, R. T Philadelphia 

Gentel, H. S Philadelphia 

Griggs, Edith Philadelphia 

Hallowell, Elsie Philadelphia 

Hart, Ethel Philadelphia 

Hart, Aliriam Philadelphia 

Heald, H. P Philadelphia 

Heineman, H. B Philadelphia 

Hess, Solomon Philadelphia 

Hickman, Charles D Philadelphia 

Higgins, Joseph R Philadelphia 

Hinds, Stewart Trenton, N. J. 

Hope, H. F Philadelphia 

Hutchinson, J. R Philadelphia 

Jackson, Walter H Philadelphia 

Kepp, Charles Camden, N. J. 

Kier, G. L Philadelphia 

Knoll, }ilax Philadelphia 

Lenhard, Anne W. . ■ ■ Philadelphia 
Lindsay, Rita Philadelphia 



Lotz, W Philadelph 

Lutz, Marion Coatesville, P 

MacNally, T. R Philadelph 

Martin, E. W Philadelph 

McCloskey, Mary E Philadelph 

Mercer, Fred T Philadelph 

Alevers, C. H Philadelph 

Miller, A. B Philadelph 

Miller, J. W Philadelph 

Moore, Lola Philadelph 

}kIorse, Ruth Philadelph 

Mosley, Marie Philadelph 

Moyer, Madeleine C Philadelph 

Murph}-, Helen Philadelph 

Oram, Helen Philadelph 

Paine, Elizabeth Philadelph 

Paine, Jay H Philadelph 

Randley, H. T Philadelph 

Riskin, Anna Philadelph 

Ryan, H Philadelph 

Sharp, Janette Philadelph 

Sheaf er, Morris Philadelph 

Shott, Jeanette Philadelph 

Skillton, W. A Philadelph 

Stein, Norma Philadelph 

Stewart, C. G Philadelph 

Thompson, Manning New Yn] 

Tomlinson, Clare Philadelph 

Underdown, Edna Philadelph 

Wardwell, Louise Philadelph 



MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 

Dalton, H. H Philadelphia Jellett, Stewart A Philadelphia 

Hellyer, W. R Philadelphia Rinker, H. S Philadelphia 

LANDSCAPE GARDENERS 

Boltz, Clara Philadelphia Hoover, D. D 

Lee, Elizabeth L Philadelphia 

TEACHERS (DIRECTORS AND SUPERVISORS OF ART EDUCATION) 



Philadelphia 



Aldrich, W. S Potsdam, N. J. 

Anderson, Katherine. Woodbury, N.J. 
Anderson, Sue E., 

New Providence, Pa. 
Balderston, Anne Philadelphia 



Barilla, John J. . . . Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Bishop, Nell D Red Oak, Iowa 

Black, Roberta La Grange, Ga. 

Boyle, Dorothy Ambler, Pa. 

Brinton. Florence E Media, Pa. 



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Bush, Theodora. .Lower Merion, Pa. 

Clayton, Cora Ogden, Utah 

Clegg, Florence Philadelphia 

Conover, Lora M Millville, N. J. 

Day, Harriet Denver, Colo. 

Earley, E. J Philadelphia 

Fitzgerald, Alice Pennsylvania 

Gray, W. F Philadelphia 

Hamilton, George T. . .Detroit, Mich. 

Hogan, Mary H Harrisburg, Pa. 

Howard, Harriet S Chester, Pa. 

Hyle, Carl C Philadelphia 

Jackson, Charles Camden, N. J. 

Jenkins, Hannah S. . . .Mansfield, Pa. 

Kerr, Edna M Woodbury, N. J. 

Leaw, Grace Paul Philadelphia 

Marshall, Mary E Philadelphia 

Mason, William Philadelphia 

Meyer, Frederic C. W California 

Mifler, Alice T Philadelphia 

Mohler, Edna Harrisburg, Pa. 

Newbold, Anna M Berwyn, Pa. 

Newlin, Archoline. ..Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Nye, Myrtle E Camden, N. J. 

Pennegar, Leo Wilmington, Del. 

Pyle, Francis C Philadelphia 

Redifer, Anna E. . .State College, Pa. 

TEACHERS 

Adolphson, Louise Philadelphia 

Baker, Margaretta. St. Michael's, Md. 
Barker, Albert W. .Swarthmore, Pa. 

Bashelier, Vera Ambler, Pa. 

Bassett, Clara Woodbury, N. J. 

Bowers, Katherine Philadelphia 

Boyer,. Miriam A. . .Chisholm, Minn. 

Bittle, Linnaea F Alden, Pa. 

Black, Roberta La Grange, Ga. 

Blythe, Roy E New York, N. Y. 

Bostock, Margaret Philadelphia 

Brecht, Harold Pitman, N. J. 

Brinton, Anne M. .Moorehead, Minn. 
Brown, Arthur. . . . Downingtown, Pa. 

Brugger, Flora A Camden, N. J. 

Caroland, Mary R Philadelphia 

Casner, W. G Philadelphia 

Chase, Edith M Philadelphia 

Chubbuck, Lucy M Philadelphia 

Church, Mabel Philadelphia 

Clever, Cora Shippensburg, Pa. 

Connell, Mary G Philadelphia 

Driver, Jane Phoenixville, Pa. 

Daggett, Edith Philadelphia 

Dalziel, Ruth S Boulder, Colo. 

Dennison, Agnes Philadelphia 



Rice, William Seltzer. .Alameda, Cal. 

Roberts, Irene Philadelphia 

Rue, Mary Ethel Brookville, Pa. 

Sharadin, H. W Kutztown, Pa. 

Sheppard, Emma. .Hackensack, N. J. 
Slaymaker, Agnes .... Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Smedley, D. H., 

Spring City and Royersford, Pa. 

Smith, Anna M Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Smith, Estelle E Bradford, Pa. 

Solis-Cohen, Sophie Philadelphia 

Spear, Frank G Richmond, Va. 

Stewart, Ruth Clearfield, Pa. 

Stevens, Vera L Hartford, Conn. 

Stratton, Howard Fremont. ... Phila. 
Thomas, F. M. . ..Wallingford, Conn. 
Toomer, Lorett'o M.. Portsmouth, Va. 

Wallace, Helen Cape May, N. J. 

Walter, Martha New York 

Warner, Lora M Pennhorst, Pa. 

Weisel, Deborah D Vermont 

Willis, Albert Paul Philadelphia 

Wood, Elizabeth A Philadelphia 

Wood, Harry E. . . .Indianapolis, Ind. 

Zane, N. B State College, Pa. 

Zug, D Waterbury, Conn. 

Zug, Daisy Waterbury, Conn. 

(DRAWING) 

Dow, Mary P Philadelphia 

Driver, Jane B Pottstown, Pa. 

Elder, Ruth... Haddon Heights, N. J. 

Ebner, Pearl V Langhorne, Pa. 

Ege. Otto Frederick Philadelphia 

Farr, Edward Riverton, N. J. 

Faucett, Harry Cornwall, N. Y. 

Fine, Calvin.. Newport Township, Pa. 

Finley, Dorothy Wayne, Pa. 

Forsyth, Elizabeth S. ... Philadelphia 
Gerlach, Charles. .Washington, D. C. 

Gonzales, Augustus Sunbury, Pa. 

Greenawalt, Margaret Mass. 

Gregson, Howard Philadelphia 

Hall, Mabel B -. . Philadelphia 

Hoagland, Lena. . .West Chester, Pa. 

Holt, Sarah Chester, Pa. 

Hortman, Irene Spring City, Pa. 

Hoskins, L. I Frankf ord 

Huber, Irene Shippensburg, Pa. 

Huber, M. Irene. . .Shippensburg, Pa. 

Jacobs, Olive Philadelphia 

Jacobs, Olive Brookville, Pa. 

Jarrett, B. Frank Philadelphia 

Kaler, Virginia U Philadelphia 

Kitchen, May Philadelphia 

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Lamborn, Hazel Ambler, Pa. 

Lawrence, Amy W Philadelphia 

Lawsing, Margaret. State College, Pa. 
Letchworth, Sarah H . . . Philadelphia 

Levis, Sara E Moorestown, N. J. 

Lindroth, Ebba L Johnstown, Pa. 

McCann, Charles Philadelphia 

MacFarlane, Ida E Philadelphia 

McCoy, Julia Duquesne, Pa. 

McFeeley, Emma.. State College, Pa. 

Meyers, Edith Maj' Philadelphia 

Mintie, Mabel S Mystic, Conn. 

Moore, E. C Philadelphia 

Murray, Edith Stroudsburg, Pa. 

Norris, Elizabeth Philadelphia 

Padock, Sophia W Philadelphia 

Parker, Charles S Philadelphia 

Pitz, Henry Philadelphia 

Plack, Marion C. . .Greenwich, Conn. 

Porr, Mary A Providence, R. L 

Potts, Jane Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Price, E. Elizabeth Philadelphia 

Price, Susanna M Philadelphia 

Ragotsky, Alice B Philadelphia 

Redles, Helen L Philadelphia 

Ritchie, Elizabeth Camden, N. J. 



Robinson, Jean Bristol, Pa. 

Roth, Mallie Spring City, Pa. 

Scudder. Mary S. .East Orange, N. J. 

Segur,, Charlotte New Jersey 

Sheaf er, Blanche Marietta, Ohio 

Smiley, Mav Washington, D. C 

Smith, Edith H Salem, N. J 

Smith, Maude Lynchburg, Va 

Starr, Mary Trenton, N. J 

Stauffer, Mabel Pottstown, Pa 

Stiles, Herbert. .. .West Chester, Pa 
Straughn, Evelyn G. . . .Oaklyn, N. J 

Stuart, Marie Norfolk, Va 

Stubbs, Helen J Philadelphia 

Taylor, Sarah A Philadelphia 

Temple, Celia E. . .Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Thatcher, Anna W Denton, Md. 

Thompson, Margaret Penna. 

Tressler, Mary Olney, Pa. 

Turner, Annabelle. Atlantic City, N.J. 

Ullrich, J. Rogers Philadelphia 

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