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OFFICIAL REGISTER 



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UNITED STATES 

1930 



CONTAINING A LIST OF PERSONS OCCUPYING ADMINISTRATIVE 

AND SUPERVISORY POSITIONS IN EACH EXECUTIVE AND 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT 

INCLUDING THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



COMPILED BY THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1930 



For Bale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. - Price 60 cents per copy (Buckram) 



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EXTRACT FROM PUBLIC ACT NO. 539 
OF THE SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, 
DIRECTING THE COMPILING AND PUB- 
LISHING OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTER 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



OFFICIAL REGISTER 

Sec. 2. (a) That the Director of the Census shall cause to be 
compiled, edited, indexed, and published, on or before the first 
Monday in October of each year an Official Register of the 
United States which shall contain a full and complete list of all 
persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in 
each executive and judicial department of the Government, in- 
cluding the District of Columbia, in connection with which 
salaries are paid from the Treasury of the United States. The 
Register shall show the name; official title; salary, compensa- 
tion, and emoluments; legal residence and place of employ- 
ment for each person listed therein; Provided, however, That 
the Official Register shall not contain the name of any post- 
master, assistant postmaster, or officer of the Army, Navy, 
and Marine Corps. 

(b) To enable the Director of the Census to compile and 
publish the Official Register of the United States, the Execu- 
tive Office, the judiciary, the Commissioners of the District of 
Columbia, and the head of each executive department, inde- 
pendent office, establishment, and commission of the Govern- 
ment shall, as of the 1st day of July of each year, supply to the 
Director of the Census the data required by this section, upon 
forms approved and furnished by him, in due time to permit 
the publication of the Official Register as herein provided; and 
no extra compensation shall be allowed to any officer, clerk, or 
employee of the Bureau of the Census for compiling the Official 
Register. 

(c) Of the Official Register there shall be printed and bound 
a sufficient number of copies for the following distribution to 
be made by the Superintendent of Documents: To the Presi- 
dent of the United States, four copies, one copy of which shall 
be for the library of the Executive Office; to the Vice President 
of the United States, two copies, to each Senator, Representa- 
tive, Delegate, and Resident Commissioner in Congress, three 
copies; to the Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms of the Sen- 
ate and to the Clerk, the Sergeant at Arms, and the Door- 
keeper of the House, one copy each; to the library of the Sen- 
ate and the House, each, not to exceed fifteen copies; to the 
Library of Congress, twenty-five copies, and to the Commis- 
sioners of the District of Columbia, ten copies. The usual 
number of the Official Register shall not be printed. 

(d) That section 510 of the Revised Statutes of the United 
States, and all acts or parts of acts amendatory thereof or sup- 
plemental thereto, be, and the same are hereby, repealed. 



CONTENTS 



LEGISLATIVE 

Pagft 

SENATE 1 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES a 

Government Printing Office -- 7 

Library of Congress 7 

United States Botanic Garden 7 



EXECUTIVE 



THE WHITE HOUSE 

Page 

OflBee of iht President 10 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

OflBcc of the Secretary.. 11 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Officeof the Secretary 12 

Special staS assistants 12 

Comptroller of the Currency 12 

Treasurer of the United States 12 

Public Dehr, Service 12 

Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits 13 

Bureau of Internal Revenue 13 

Commissioner's ofBce.. 13 

Offite of general counsel 13 

Accounts and collections unit 13 

Income-tax unit 13 

Miscellaneous-tax unit 13 

Collectors of internal revenue _. 13 

Chief deputy collectors 14 

Agents in charge 16 

Special agents in charge 17 

Supervisors of accounts and collections 17 

Bureau of Industrial Alcohol 17 

Supervisors of permits 17 

Bureau of Narcotics 17 

Narcotic agents in charge 17 

Bureau of Customs.. 18 

Commissioner's office 18 

Legal unit 18 

Administrative unit. 18 

Investigative unit 18 

Collectors of customs 18 

Appraisers of merchandise 19 

Comptrollers of customs 19 

Surveyors of customs 19 

Customs agency service _. 19 

Supervising customs agents 19 

Customs attaches in charge 19 

Alint Bureau 20 

Mint and assay offices 20 

Federal Farm Loan Bureau 20 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 21 

Office of the Supervising Architect 21 

Custodian Service 21 

Vnited States Coast Guard 21 

Public Health Service 22 

■ OfBce of the Surgeon General 22 

Service at large __ 22 

National Institute of Health 26 

General Supply Committee 26 

Bureau of the Budget 26 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Secretary 27 

Office of The Assistant Secretary of War 27 

Office of Assistant Secretary of War... 27 

War Department General Staff 27 

Officeof the Chief of Cavalrv 27 

Office of the Chief of Field Artillery 28 

Office of the Chief of Coast Artillery 28 

Office of the Chief of Infantry 28 

Office of the Chief of Chaplains 28 

Office of The Adjutant General 28 

Office of the Inspector General... 29 

Office of the Judge Advocate General 29 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Office of thn Quartermaster General 29 

Quartermaster Corps 29 

Office of the Chief of Finance 30' 

Finance Department at large _ 30 

Office of the Surgeon General ^ 

Medical Department of the Army 31 

Office of the Chief of Engineers 31 

Engineer Department at large 31 

Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, 

Washington, D. C 32 

Office of the Chief of Ordnance 32 

Ordnance Department at largo. 32 

Office of the Chief Signal Officer.. 34 

Signal Service at large 34 

Office of Chief of the Air Corps 35 

Air Corps at largo. 35 

Air depots 36 

Offices of procurement planning representa- 
tives 36 

District procurement offices 36 

Flying fields _ 36 

A irdromes 36 

Bureau of Insular Affairs 37 

Government of the Philippine Islands 37 

Government of Porto Rico 37 

Militia Bureau 38 

Office of Chief of Chemical Warfare Service.... 38 

Edge wood Arsenal, Edgewood, Md 38 

Chemical Warfare Service School, Edgewood, 

Md 38 

The Army War College, Washington, D. C 38 

United States Militarv Academy, West Point, 

N. Y 38 

National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Prac- 
tice, Washington, D. C 38 

Director of Civilian Marksmanship, Washing- 
ton, D. C 38 

Army Corps .\reas and Departments 39 

First Corps Area 39 

Second Corps .\rea 39 

Third Corps Area 39 

Fourth Corps Area 39 

Fifth Corps Area 40 

Sixth Corps Area 40 

Seventh Corps Area... 40 

Eighth Corps Area.. 40 

Ninth Corps Area 41 

Hawaiian Department 41 

Philippine Department 41 

Panama Canal Department. 41 

The Command and General Staff Schools, Fort 

Leavenworth, Kans 42 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Office of the Attorney General 43 

United States penitentiaries 43 

Atlanta, Ga 43 

Leavenworth, Kans.. 43 

McNeil Island, Wash _. 44 

Federal Industrial Institution for Women, 

Alderson, W. Va 44 

United States Industrial Reformatory, Chilli- 

cothe, Ohio 44 

Detention Headquarters, New York, N. Y 44 

National Training School for Boys, D. C 44 

Federal Road Camp, Fort Bragg, N. C 44 

Federal Road Camp, Camp Lee, Va 44 

Federal Road Camp, Camp Meade, Md 44 

Federal Road Camp, Fort Riley, Kans 44 



III 



IV 



Contents 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Page 

Bureau of the Postmaster General 45 

Inspection Service 45 

Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster 

General - - - 45 

Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster 

General 46 

Railway Mail Service.- 46 

Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster 

General 46 

Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster 

General 46 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Secretary 47 

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations 47 

Bureau of Navigation 48 

Bureau of Ordnance 48 

Bureau of Engineering 48 

Bureau of Aeronautics 48 

Bureau of Construction and Repair 48 

Buro:iu of Yards and Docks 48 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 49 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery... 49 

"lUnited States Marine Corps 49 

Office of the Judge .\dvocate General 49 

Naval Establishment 49 

Navy yard, Washington, D. C 49 

U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md 49 

First naval district, Boston, Mass 49 

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 50 

Naval War College, Newport, R. I 50 

Third naval district. New York, N. Y 50 

Fourth naval district, Philadelphia, Pa 50 

Fifth naval district, naval operating base, 

Hampton Roads, Va 50 

Navy yard, Norfolk, Va 50 

Sixth naval district, Charleston, S. C 50 

Seventh naval district, naval operating base, 

Key West, Fla 50 

Eighth naval district, naval station. New 

Orleans, La 50 

Ninth naval district. Great Lakes, 111 50 

Eleventh naval district, naval operating base, 

San Diego, Calif 50 

Twelfth naval district, naval operating base, 

San Francisco, Calif 51 

Thirteenth naval district, Seattle, Wash 51 

Fourteenth naval district, naval operating 

base. Pearl Harbor, T. H 51 

Fifteenth naval district, Balboa, C. Z 51 

Sixteenth naval district, naval station, Ca- 

vite, P. I 51 

Naval station, Olongapo, P. I 51 

Naval station, Guam, M. I 51 

Naval station, Tutuila, American Samoa 51 

Naval station, St. Thomas, V. I 51 

Naval station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 51 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Office of the Secretary 52 

General Land Office... 52 

Chiefs of divisions 52 

Cadastral engineering service (field) 52 

District cadastral engineers 52 

Cadastral engineer in charge 52 

Office, cadastral engineers 53 

Registers, district land offices 53 

Receivers, district land offices 53 

rield service.. 53 

Chippewa logging service... 53 

Office of Indian Affairs 54 

Indian field service 54 

Board of Indian Commissioners 56 

Office of Education... 56 

Chiefs of divisions.. 56 

District superintendents of schools in Alaska . 56 

Physicians in charge of hospitals 57 

Geological Survey 57 

Geologic branch 57 

Topographic branch 57 

Alaskan branch 57 

Conservation branch 57 

Water resources branch.. __. 58 

Bureau of Reclamation 58 

Reclamation field service --- 58 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR— Contd. 

Page 

National Park Service 59 

Washington office.. -. 59 

Field lioadquarters. National Park Service, 

San Francisco, Calif 59 

Superintendents of national parks 59 

Custodians of national monuments 60 

The Alaska Railroad- 61 

St. Elizabeths Hospital 61 

Medical division.. 61 

Administrative division 61 

Freedman's Hospital 61 

Howard University 62 

War Minerals Relief 62 

Southern Appalachian National Park Com- 
mission 62 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 62 

Territorial officers 62 

Alaska and Hawaii 62 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Office of the Secretary 63 

Office of Personnel and Business Administra- 
tion 63 

Office of the Solicitor -- 63 

District law officers .- 63 

Field title attorneys 63 

Office of Information 64 

Division of publications 64 

Press service .-. 64 

Radio service 64 

Library 64 

Office of Experiment Stations 64 

Division of insular experiment stations 64 

Extension Service 64 

Office of cooperative extension work... 65 

Weather Bureau 65 

Scientific and service divisions 65 

Regular meteorological field stations... 65 

Bureau of .\nimal Industry 68 

Scientific and regulatory divisions 69 

Field headquarters 69 

Meat inspection field stations 69 

Animal husbandry field stations . 71 

Hog-cholera field stations 72 

Field inspection stations 72 

Branch pathological laboratories 72 

Tick eradication field stations 72 

Tuberculosis eradication field stations 72 

Virus-serum control field stations 73 

Branch zoological laboratories 73 

Packers and stockyards field stations 73 

Bureau of Dairy Industry 74 

Scientific divisions 74 

Field .stations 74 

Bureau of Plant Industry 74 

Scientific divisions. 74 

Forest Service - 75 

Service and technical divisions 75 

Forest experiment stations 75 

Forest and range experiment stations... 76 

Northern National Forest region 76 

Rockv Mountain National Forest region 76 

Southwestern National Forest region 77 

Intermountain National Forest region 77 

Cahfornia National Forest region 77 

North Pacific National Forest region 78 

Eastern National Forest region 78 

Alaska National Forest region 78 

Lake States National Forest region 79 

Bureau of Chemistry and Soils 79 

Scientific divisions 79 

(a) Chemical and technological research 79 

(6) Fertilizer and fixed nitrogen investiga- 
tions 79 

(c) Soil investigations 80 

Soil survey districts 80 

Field stations 80 

Soil fertihty 80 

Soil survey 80 

Soil erosion 80 

Bureau of Entomology 81 

Scientific divisions 81 

Bureau of Biological Survey 81 

Scientific, economic, and regulatory divi- 
sions 81 



Contents 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Contd. 

Page 
Bureau of Biological Survey — Continued. 

Field headquarters 81 

Big-game and bird reservations 81 

ExptTinu'iital fur farm. 82 

Kabbit cxinTinient station 82 

Control methods research.- 82 

Control of injurious rodents and predatory 

animals 82 

Control of injurious rodents 82 

Control of predatory animals 82 

Biological investigations 83 

Food habits research... 83 

Enforcement of migratory-bird treaty and 

Lacey Acts 83 

Alaska investigations 83 

Alaska game commission 83 

Bureau of Public Roads 84 

Scientific and technical divisions 84 

District headquarters for highway work 84 

(a) Eastern districts 84 

(6) Western districts 84 

Agricultural engineering field headquarters.. 84 

Bureau of Agricultural Economies 85 

Scientific, service, and regulatory divisions.. 85 

Field headquarters 85 

(a) Marketing specialists under Cotton 

Futures .\ct 85 

(6) Marketing specialists under grade and 

staple work _. 85 

(c) Agricultural statisticians 85 

(d) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

and inspection services on dairy and 

poultry products 86 

(e) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

service on fruits and vegetables 86 

(J) Marketing specialists in charge of in- 
spection service on fruits and vege- 
tables 86 

(g) Grain supervisors under Grain Stand- 
ards Act 87 

Administration of Grain Standards 

Act 87 

Inspection efficiency 87 

Board of review 87 

(A) Marketing specialists in charge of grain, 
hay, feed, and seed market news serv- 
ice, and hay, bean, and broomcorn 

inspection and seed verification 87 

(0 Marketing specialists in charge of news 

service on livestock, meats, and wool. 87 
(j) Marketing specialists in charge of ware- 
housing 88 

Bureau of Home Economics 88 

Sclent ific divisions 88 

Plant Quarantine and Control .administration. 88 

Foreign plant quarantines 88 

Domestic plant (juarantines 89 

European corn borer control 89 

Pink bollworm and thurberia weevil control. 89 

Gipsy and brown-tail moth control 89 

Japanese beetle control 90 

Mexican fruit worm control SO 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Contd, 



Plant Quarantine and Control Administra- 
tion — Continued. 

Date scale control 90 

Mediterranean fruit fly eradication 90 

Grain Futures Administration SO 

Field grain exchange supervisors 90 

Food and Drug Administration 90 

Exeeutivi' supervision 90 

Technical control.. _ 90 

Field inspection service _. 91 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Office of the Secretary 92 

Aeronautics Branch 92 

Radio Division 92 

Radio service 92 

Bureau of the Census... 92 

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce... 93 

Technical divisions 93 

Commodity divisions. 93 

District offices 94 

Division of customs statistics, New York 94 

Commercial attaches 94 

Trade commissioners 95 

Bureau of Standards 96 

Scientific and technical divisions 96 

Bureau of Fisheries. 96 

Fishery stations 96 

Bureau of Lighthouses 97 

Lighthouse Service 97 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 97 

Field stations 98 

Bureau of Navigation 98 

Shipping Service 98 

Vessel strviee, enforcement of navigation 
laws 98 

Steamboat Inspection Service ._ 98 

Patent Office 99 

In charge of examining divisions 99 

Chiefs of divisions 101 

Bureau of Mines 101 

Technologic branch 101 

Economics branch 102 

Health and safety branch 102 

.-Vdministrative branch 102 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Office of the Secretary 103 

Conciliation Service 103 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 103 

Bureau of Immigration 103 

Immigration Service 104 

Children's Bureau... 104 

Bureau of Naturalization __ 104 

Naturalization Service 105 

Women's Bureau... 105 

Employment Service 105 

Bureau of Industrial Housing and Transpor- 
tation (United States Housing Corpora- 
tion) 105 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Interst.\te Commerce Commission 107 

United States Board of Mediation 107 

United States Shipping Board ^-. 108 

United States Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation .,._. 108 

United States Railroad Administration _. 108 

The Panama Canal 109 

The Interoceanic Canal Board 110 

Inland Waterways Corporation 111 

Alaska Road Commission 111 

Federal Power Commission Ill 

■ Alien Propertv Custodian 111 

Federal Trade Commission 112 

United States Tariff Commission 113 

Federal Farm Board 113 

Federal Oil Conservation Board 113 

Federal Reserve Board 114 

United States Board of Tax Appeals 114 

General .'Vccointing Office 115 

Federal Radio Commission _ 115 

Federal Coordinating Agencies 116 

United States Civil Service Commission.. 117 

United States Bureau of Efficiency 118 



VI Contents 

MISCELLANEOUS— Continued „ 

Page 

Federal Board for Vocational Education 118 

United States Employees' Compensation Commission .-_ 118 

Personnel Classification Board 118 

Veterans' Administration. 119 

United States Veterans' Bureau 119 

Bureau of Pensions, 121 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers 122 

United Statp:.s Soldiers' Home 122 

American Battle Monuments Commission 122 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 123 

National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement 123 

United States Council of National Defense 124 

The Joint Board 124 

The Aeronautical Board 124 

Commission on Navy Yards and Naval Stations.. 124 

National Screw Thread Commission '. 125 

United States Geographic Board 125 

The Board of Surveys and Maps of the Federal Government 125 

Commission of Fine Arts 126 

National Capital Park and Planning Commission 126 

Public Buildings and Public Parks. 126 

Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway Commission 126 

Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission _ 127 

International Joint Commission 127 

International Boundary Commission— United States, Alaska, and Canada 127 

International Fisheries Commission— United States and Canada 127 

Claims Commission— United States and Mexico 128 

International Boundary Commission— United States and Mexico 128 

International Water Commission— United States and Mexico. 128 

Inter American High Commission— United States Section 129 

Pan American Union 129 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 129 

Mixed Claims Commission — United States and Germany 130 

Tripartite Claims Commission., 130 

War Claims Arbiter 130 

War Finance Corporation 130 

Smithsonian Institution 131 

District of Columbia Government 132 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 138 

American National Red Cross 138 

Washington National Monument Society 138 

Commission for Celebration of Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of George 

Washington 138 

Commission on Conservation and Administration of the Public Domain 139 

National Memorial Commission 139 

JUDICIAL 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 143 

United States Circuit Courts of Appeals 143 

United States District Courts 145 

United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 155 

Court of Claims of the United States 155 

Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia 155 

Supreme Court of the District of Columbia 155 

United States Court for China 156 

United States Ci^stoms Court 155 

APPENDIXES 

Pay and allowances of commissioned officers of the Army in active service 158 

Pay and allowances of commissioned officers. of the Navy on active duty 160 

Number of employees in the Federal executive civil service 162 

INDIVIDUAL INDEX 

Persons whose official title, station, legal residence, and compensation are shown in the several sec- 
tions of this register ...:. 163 



LEGISLATIVE 



VII 



NOTE 

The Congressional Directory contains biographical sketches of the Senators and 
Representatives; maps showing the area embraced in each congressional district; the 
official duties of each branch and of every executive official of the Government; mem- 
bers of the embassies and legations and names and locations of the consular officers of the 
United States to foreign countries, and of diplomatic and consular officers and of foreign 
consuls in the United States; and much additional miscellaneous information concerning 
the Congress and the executive and judicial branches of the Government. The Directory 
is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, "Washington, D. C, and the usual price 
is 65 cents (buckram binding). 

VIII 



SENATE 



(SEVBNTY-FraST CONGRESS, CORRECTED TO SEPTEMBER 15, 1930) 



VICE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 

CHARLES CURTIS, OF KANSAS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE 

GEORGE H. MOSES, OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



SECRETARY OF THE SENATE 

EDWIN P. THAYER 



SENATORS 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabama: 

J. Thomas Heflin 


Lafayette. 
Birmingham. 

Prescott. 
Phoenix 

Little Rock. 
Jonesboro. 

San Francisco. 
Menlo Park. 

Denver. 
Do. 

New Haven. 
Norfolk. 

Wilmington. 
Selbyville. 

Jacksonville. 
Lakeland. 

Cedartown. 
Vienna. 

Boise. 
Gooding. 

Chicago. 
Murphysboro. 

Rushville. 
Indianapolis. 

Ottumwa. 
Washington. 

Topeka. 
Wichita. 

Paducah. 
Barbourville. 

Lake Providence. 
New Iberia; 


Maine: 

Frederick Hale 


Portland. 


Hugo L. Black -- 


.Arthur R. Gould 


Presque Isle. 


Arizona: 

Henry F. Ashurst 


Maryland: 

Millard E. Tydings.. 

Phillips Lee Goldsborough 
Massachusetts: 

Frederick H. Gillett 

David I. Walsh 


Havre de Grace. 


Carl Hayden 


Baltimore. 


Arkansas: 

Joseph T. Robinson 

T. H. Caraway 


Springfield. 
Fitchburg. 


California: 


Michigan: 


Birmingham. 


Samuel M. Shortridge 

Colorado: 

Lawrence C. Phipps 


Arthur H. Vandenberg 

Minnesota: 

Henrik Shipstead 


Grand Rapids. 
Minneapolis. 


Thomas D. Schall 


Do. 


Connecticut: 


Mississippi: 

Pat Harrison 


Gulfport. 


Frederic C. Walcott 

Delaware: 

Daniel 0. Hastings 

John G. Townsend, jr 

Florida: 


Hubert D. Stephens 

Missouri: 

Harry B. Hawes 

Roscoe C. Patterson 

Montana: 

Thomas J. Walsh 


New j^lbany. 

St. Louis. 
Springfield. 

Helena. 


Park Trammell - 


Burton K. Wheeler. 

Nebraska: 

George W. Norris 


Butte. 


Georgia: 

William J. Harris 


McCook. 


Walter F. George 


Robert B. Howell 


Omaha. 


Idaho: 

William E. Borah 


Nevada: 

Key Pittman. 


Tonopah. 




Tasker L. Oddie 


Reno. 


Illinois: 

Charles S. Deneen 

Otis F. Glenn 


New Hampshire: 

George H. Moses 

Henry W. Keyes. 

New Jersey: 

Hamilton F. Kean 

David Baird, jr 

New Mexico: 

Sam G. Brattcn. 


Concord. 
North Haverhill. 


Indiana: 

James E. Watson 


Elizabeth. 


Arthur R. Robinson 

Iowa: 

Daniel F. Steck 


Camden. 
Albuquerque. 


Smith W. Brookhart 


Santa Fe. 


Kansas: 

Arthur Capper... 


New York: 

Royal S. Copeland 

Robert F. Wagner 

North Carolina: 

Furnifold M. Simmons 

Lee S. Overman 

North Dakota: 

Lynn J. Frazier... 

Gerald P. Nye 


New York City. 


Henrv J. AUen 


Do. 


KENTrCKY: 

Alben W. Barkley 

John M. Robsion.. 

Louisiana: 

Joseph E. Ransdell 

Edwin S. Broussard 


New Bern. 

Salisbury. 

Hoople. 
Cooperstown. 



Official Register of the United States, 1929 



SENATE 

Continued 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


state and name 


Residence 


Ohio: 


Yellow Springs. 
Columbus. 

Okmulgee. 
Medicine Park. 

Salem. 
Portland. 

Pittsburgh. 
Bristol. 

Providence. 
West Warwick. 

Lynchburg. 
Columbia. 

Redfield. 
Yankton. 

Memphis. 
Chattanooga. 


Texas: 

Morris Sheppard 


Texarkana. 


Roscoe C. McCulloch 


Tom Connally. .. 


Marlin. 


Oklahoma: 

W. B. Pine 


Utah: 

Reed Smoot 


Provo. 




William H. King 


Salt Lake City. 


Okkgon: 

Charles L. McNary 

Frederick Steiwer 


Vermont: 

Frank L. Greene 


St. Albans. 


Porter H. Dale 


Island Pond. 


Pennsylvania: 

David A. Reed 


Virginia: 

Claude A. Swanson 

Carter Glass 


Chatham. 


Joseph R. Grundy 

Rhode Island: 
Jesse H. Aletcalf 


Lynchburg. 


Wa-shington: 

Wesley L. Jones 


Seattle. 


Felix Hebert . . . 


C. C. Dill 


Spokane. 


South Carolina: 
Ellison D. Smith 


West Virginia: 

Guv D. Goff 


Clarksburg. 


Cole L. Blease 


Henry D. Hatfield 

Wisconsin: 

Robert M. La Follette, jr.. 
John J. Blaine 


Huntington. 


South Dakota: 

Peter Norbeek 


Madison. 


W. H. McMaster 


Boscobel. 


Tennessee: 


Wyoming: 

John B. Kendrick _. 


Sheridan. 


William E. Brock 


Patrick J. Sullivan 


Casper. 







HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

(Seventy-first Congress, Corrected to September 15, 1930) 



THE SPEAKER 

NICHOLAS LONGWORTH, OF OHIO 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



CLERK of the HOUSE 

WILLIAM TYLER PAGE 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, district, AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabam.'.: 

1. John McDuffie 

2 Lister Hill 


Monroeville. 

Montgomery. 

Ozark. 

Anniston. 

Dadeville. 

Tuscalocsa. 

Allgood. 

Tuscumbia. 

Birmingham. 

Jasper. 

Phoeni.x. 

Osceola. 

Batesville. 

Eureka Springs. 

De Queen. 

Clarksville. 

Malvern. 

Camden. 

Santa Rosa. 
Nevada City. 
Sacramento. 
San Francisco. 

Do. 
Oakland. 
Fresno. 
San Jose. 
Glendale. 
Los Angeles. 
El Centio. 

Denver. 
Sterling. 
Canon City. 
Glenwood Spiings. 

Wethersfield. 
New London. 
New Haven. 
Stamford. 

Georgetown. 

Lakeland. 
Starke. 
Tallahassee. 
Miami. 


Geo 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

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10. 
11. 
12. 
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4. 

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7. 

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10. 
11. 
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2. 
3. 
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5. 


rgia: 

Charles G. Edwards 

E. E. Cox 


Savannah. 
Cam.illa. 


3. Henry B. Steagall 


Charles R. Crisp 

William C. Wright 

Robert Ram speck 

Samuel Rutherford 

Malcolm C. Tarver 

Charles H. Brand 

Thomas M. Bell 


Americus. 

Newnan. 


5. La Fayette L. Patterson. 
f.. William B. Oliver 

7. Miles C. Allgood 

8. Edward B. Almon 

9. George HudcHeston 

10. William B. Bankhead... 

Arizona: 

At L. Lewis W. Douglas. . . 
Arkansas: 

1. William J. Driver 

2. Pearl Peden Oldfield 

3. Claude A. Fuller 


Decatui. 
Forsyth. 
Dal ton. 
Athens. 
Gainesville. 


Carl Vinson... 

William C. Lankford 

William W. Larsen. 

0: 

Burton L. French 

Addison T. Smith 

fois: 
Oscar De Priest 


Milledgeville. 

Douglas. 

Dublin. 

Moscow. 
Twin Falls. 




Morton D. Hull . . 


Do. 


6. D. D. Glover 


Elliot W. Sproul-. 

Thomas A. Doyle 

Adolph J. Sahath 


Do. 


7. Tilman B. Parks 

California: 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


2. Harry L. Englebright. .. 

3. Charles F. Curry...'. 

4. Florence P. Kahn . 


M. Alfred Michaelson... 

Stanley H. Kunz 

Fred A. Britten 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


5. Richard J. Welch 

0. Albert E. Carter. 


Carl R. Chindblom 

Frank R. Reid 


Do. 
Aurora. 


7. Heniy E. Barbour 

8. Arthur M. Free 


John T. Buckbee 

William R. Johnson 

John C. Allen 


Rockford. 
Freeport. 


9. W. E. Evans 


10. Joe Crail 


(Vacancy) 

William E. Hull.. 

Homer W. Hall 




11. Philip D. Swing 




Colorado: 


Bloomington. 


1. William R. Eaton 

2. Charles B. Timberlake.. 

3. Guy U. Hardy 


William P. Holaday 

Charles Adkins 

Henry T. Rainey 

Frank M. Ramey 

Ed. M. Irwin. 


Georgetown. 
Decatur. 


4. Edward T. Taylor 

Connecticut: 


Hillsboro. 
Belleville. 


1. E. Hart Fenn 


William W. Arnold 

(Vacancy) 

Edward E. Denison 

L. Richard Yates 

L. Ruth Hanna Mc- 

Coriiiick. 
\na: 

Harry E. Rowbottom... 
Arthur H. Greenwood... 

James W, Dunbar 

Harry C. Canfield 

Noble J. Johnson 




2. Richard P. Freeman 

3. John Q. Tilson 




4. Schuyler Merritt. 

5. (Vacancy) 


Springfield. 


Delaware: 

At. L. Robert G. Houston.. 
Florida: 

1. Herbert J. Drane 

2. R. A. Green 

3. Tom A. Yon . 


Evansville. 
Washington. 
New Albany. 


4. Ruth Bryan Owen 


Terre Haute. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATK, DISTRICT, AND NAME 



Residence 



Indiana— Continued. 

^^j 6. Richard N. Elliott... 

^7. Louis Ludlow 

"8. Albert H. Vestal 

• 9. Fred S. Purnell 

I 10. William R. Wood 

. 11. Albert R. Hall 

12. David Hogg 

13. Andrew J. Hickey 

Iowa: 

1. William F. Kopp 

2. F. D. Letts 

3. T. J. B. Robinson 

4. Gilbert N. Haugen_._ 

5. Cyrenus Cole 

6. C. William Ramseyer 

7. Cassius C. Dowell 

8. Lloyd Thurston 

9. Charles E. Swanson.. 

10. L. J. Dickinson. 

IL Ed H. Campbell 

Kansas: 

1. W. P. Lambertson... 

2. U. S. Guyer 

3. W. H. Sproul 

4. Homer Hoch 

5. James G. Strong 

6. Charles I. Sparks 

7. Clifford R. Hope 

8. William A. Ayres 

Kentucky: 

1. W. V. Gregory 

2. David H. Kincheloe 

3. John W. Moore 

4. J. D. Craddock 

5. Maurice H. Thatcher 

6. J. Lincoln Newhall 

7. Robert Blackburn 

8. Lewis L. Walker 

9. Elva R. Kendall 

10. Katherine Langley 

11. Charles Finley 

Louisiana: 

1. James O'Connor 

2. J. Zach Spearing _.. 

3. Numa F. Montet 

4. John N. Sandlin 

-T. Riley J. Wilson. 

«. Bolivar E. Kemp 

7. Rene L. De Rouen 

8. James B. Aswell 

Maine: 

1. Carroll L. Beedy 

2. Wallace H. White, jr 

3. John E. Nelson 

4. Donald F. Snow 

Maryland: 

1. T. Alan Goldsborough... 

2. Linwood L. Clark.. 

• 3. Vincent L. Palmisano... 

4. J. Charles Linthicum 

5. Stephen W. Gambrill 

6. Frederick N. Zihlman... 
Massachusetts: 

1. .Mien T. Treadway 

2. William J. Granfield 

3. Frank H. Foss 

4. George R. Stobbs 

5. Edith Nourse Rogers 

6. A. Piatt Andrew 

7. William P. Conuery, jr.. 

8. Frederick W. Dallinger.. 

9. Charles L. Underhill 

10. John J. Douglass. 

11. GeorgeHoldeuTinkham 

12. John W. McCormack... 

13. Robert Luce 

14. Richard B. Wiggles- 

worth. 

15. Joseph W. Martin, jr 

16. Charles L. Gifford 



Connersville. 

Indianapolis. 

Anderson. 

Attica. 

La Fayette. 

Marion. 

Fort Wayne. 

La Porte. 

Mount Pleasant. 

Davenport. 

Hampton. 

Northwood. 

Cedar Rapids. 

Bloomfleld. 

Des Moines. 

Osceola. 

Council Bluffs. 

Algona. 

Battle Creek. 

Fairview. 
Kansas City. 
Sedan. 
Marion. 
Blue Rapids. 
Goodland. 
Garden City. 
Wichita. 

May field. 

Madisonville. 

Morgantown. 

Munfordville. 

Louisville. 

Covington. 

Lexington. 

Lancaster. 

Carlisle. 

Pikeville. 

Williamsburg. 

New Orleans. 

Do. 
Thibodaux. 
Minden. 
Ruston. 
Amite. 
Ville Platte. 
Natchitoches. 

Portland. 
Lewiston. 
Augusta. 
Bangor. 

Denton. 
Baltimore. 

Do. 

Do. 
Laurel. 
Cumberland. 

Stockbridge. 

Springfield. 

Fitchburg. 

Worcester. 

Lowell. 

Gloucester. 

Lynn. 

Cambridge. 

Somerville. 

Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Waltham. 
Milton. 

North .A ttleboro. 
Cotuit. 



STATK, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


Michigan: 




1. Robert H. Clancy 


Detroit. 


2. Earl C. Michener 


Adrian. 


3. Joseph L. Hooper 


Battle Creek. 


4. John C. Ketcham 


Hastings. 


5. Carl E. Mapes 


Grand Rapids. 


6. Grant M. Hudson 


East Lansing. 


7. Louis C. Cramton 


Lapeer. 


8. Bird J. Vincent 


Saginaw. 


9. James C. McLaughlin... 


Muskegon. 


10. Roy 0. Woodruff 


Bav City. 


11. Frank P. Bohn... 


Newberry. 


12. W. Frank James 


Hancock. 


13. Clarence J. McLeod 


Detroit. 


Minnesota: 




1. Victor Christgau 


Austin. 


2. Frank Clague . .. 


Redwood Falls. 


3. August H. Andresen 


Red Wing. 


4. Melvin J. Maas- 


St. Paul. 


5. W. I. Nolan 


Minneapolis. 


6. Harold Knutson 


St. Cloud. 


7. Paul J. Kvale . . 


Benson. 


8. William A. Pittenger 


Duluth. 


9. Conrad G. Selvig 


Crookston. 


10. Godfrey G. Goodwin 


Cambridge. 


Mississippi: 




1. John E. Rankin .. 


Tupelo. 


2. Wall Doxey.. 


Hollv Springs. 


3. W. M. Whittington 


Greenwood. 


4. Jeff Busby 


Houston. 


5. Ross A. Collins 


Meridian. 


6 Robert S. Hall 


Hattiesburg. 


7. Percy E. Quin 


McComb. 


8. James W. Collier 


Vicksburg. 


Missouri: 




1. M. A. Romjue 


Macon. 


2 Ralph F. Lozier 


f^arrollton. 


3. Jacob L. Milligan 


Richmond. 


4. David Hopkins 


St. Joseph. 


5. Edgar C. Ellis 


Kansas City. 


6. Thomas J. Halsey 


Holden. 


7. John W. Palmer 


Sedalia. 


8. William L. Nelson 


Columbia. 


9. Clarence Cannon 


Elsberry. 


10. Henry F. Niedringhaus. 


St. Louis. 


11. John J. Cochran 


Do. 


12. Leonidas C. Dyer 


Do. 


13. Charles E. Kiefner 


Perryville. 


14. Dewey Short 


Galena. 


15. Joe J. Manlove 


Joplin. 


16. Rowland L. Johnston ... 


Rolla. 


Montana: 




1. John M. Evans 


Missoula. 


2. Scott Leavitt 1 


Great Falls. 


Nebraska: 




1. John H. Morehead 


Falls City. 


2. Willis G. Sears 


Omaha. 


3. Edgar Howard 


Columbus. 


4. Charles H. Sloan 


Geneva. 


5. Fred G.Johnson 


Hastings. 


6. Robert G. Simmons 


Scottsbluff. 


Nevada: 




At L. Samuel S. .4rentz 


Simpson. 


New Hampshire: 




1. Fletcher Hale 


Laconia. 


2. Edward H. Wason 


Nashua. 


New Jersey: 




1. Charles A. Wolverton... 


Camden. 


2. Isaac Bacharach 


Atlantic City. 


3. Harold G. Hoffman 


South Amboy. 


4. Charles A. Eaton. 


North Plainfield. 


5. Ernest R. Ackerman 


Plainfield. 


6. Randolph Perkins 


Woodcliff Lake. 




Passaic. 


8. Fred A. Hartley, jr 


Newark. 


9. Franklin W. Fort 


East Orange. 


10. Frederick R. Lehlbach.. 


Newark. 


11. Oscar L. Auf der Heide.. 


West New York. 


12. Mary T. Norton 


Jersey City. 


New Mexico: 




At L. Albert Gallatin Simms 


Albuquerque. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


New York: 




1. Robert L. Bacon 


West bur v. 


2. William F. Brunner 


Rockaway Park. 


3. George W. Lindsay 


Brooklyn. 


4. Thomas U. Cullen. 


Do. 


5. Loring M. Black, jr 


Do. 


6. Andrew L. Somers - 


Do. 




Do. 


8. Patrick J. Carley 


Do. 


9. David J. O'Connell 


Do. 


10. Kmamiel Celler 


Do. 


11. Anning S Prall 


W. New Brighton. 


12. Samuel Dickstein 


New York City. 


13. Christopher D. Sullivan. 


Do. 


14. William I. Sirovich 


Do. 




Do. 


16. John J. O'Connor -. 


Do. 


17 Ruth Pratt 


Do. 


18. Martin J. Kennedy 


Do. 


19. Sol Bloom 


Do. 


20. Fiorello H. LaGuardia.. 


Do. 


21. Joseph A. Gavagan 


Do. 


22. Anthony J. Griffin 


Do. 


23. Frank Oliver 


Bronx. 


24. James M. Fitzpatrick... 


Do. 


25. J. Mavhew Wainwright. 


Rye. 


26. Hamilton Fish, jr 


Garrison. 


27. Harcourt J. Pratt -. 


Highland. 


28. Parker Corning 




29. James S. Parker .. 


Salem. 


30. Frank Crowther 




31. Bertrand-U. Snell 


Potsdam. 


32. Francis D. Culkin 


Oswego. 


33. Frederick M.Davenport. 


Clinton. 


34. John D. Clarke 


Eraser. 


35. Clarence E. Hancock 


Syracuse. 


36. John Taber 




37. Gale H. Stalker 


Elmira. 


38. James L. Whitley 


Rochester. 


39. Archie D. Sanders. 


Stafford. 


40. S. Wallace Dempsey 


Lockport. 


41. Edmund F. Cooke 


Alden. 


42. James M. Mead . 


Buffalo. 


43. Daniel A. Reed 


Dunkirk. 


North Carolina: 




1. Lindsay C. Warren 


Washington. 


2. John H. Kerr. 


Warrenton. 


3. Charles L. Abernethy... 


New Bern. 


4. Edward W. Pou 


Smithfield. 


5. Charles M. Stedman 


Greensboro. 


6. J. Bayard Clark 


Fayetteville. 


7. William C. Hammer 


Asheboro. 


8. Robert L. Doughton 


Laurelsprings. 


9. Charles A. Jonas 


Lincolnton. 


10. George M. Pritchard 


Asheville. 


North Dakota: 




1. Olger B. Burtness 


Grand Forks. 


2. Thomas Hall. 


Bismarck. 


3. James H. Sinclair 


Kenmare. 


Ohio: 




1. Nicholas Longworth 


Cincinnati. 


2. William E. Hess 


Do. 


3. Roy G. Fitzgerald.. 


Dayton. 


4. John L. Cable..-. 


Lima. 


5. Charles J. Thompson 


Defiance. 


6. Charles C. Kearns 


Amelia. 


7. Charles Brand 




8. Grant E. Mouser, jr 


Marion. 


9. W. W. Chalmers 


Toledo. 


10. Thomas A. Jenkins 


Ironton. 


11. Mell G. Underwood 


New Lexington. 


12. John C. Speaks... 


Columbus. 


13. Joe E. Baird 


Bowling Green. 


14. Francis Seiberling 


Akron. 


15. C. Ellis Moore . .. 


Cambridge. 


16. C. B. McClintock.. 


Canton. 


17. William M. Morgan 


Newark. 


18. Frank Murphy.. 


Steuf)enville. 


19. John G. Cooper 


Youngstown. 


20. Charles A. Mooney 


Cleveland. 


21. Robert Grosser 


Do. 


22. Chester C. Bolton 


Do. 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 



Oklahoma: 

1. Charles O'Connor. 

2. William W. Hastings.. . 

3. Wilburn Cartwright 

4. Tom D. McKeown 

5. U. S. Stone 

6. Jed Johnson . _ 

7. James V. McClintic 

8. M. C. Garber 

Oregon: 

1. Willis C. Hawley 

2. Robert R. Butler 

3. Franklin F. Korell 

Pennsylvania: 

1. James M. Beck 

2. Georges. Graham 

3. Harry C. Ransley 

4. Benjamin M. Golder... 

5. James J. Connolly 

6. George A. Welsh 

7. George P. Darrow 

8. James Wolfenden 

9. Henry W. Watson 

10. J. Roland Kinzer 

11. Laurence H. Watres 

12. C. Murray Turpin 

13. George F. Brumm 

14. Charles J. Esterly 



Residence 



15. Louis T. McFadden.... 

16. (Vacancy) 

17. Frederick W. Magrady. 

18. Edward M. Beers 

19. I. H. Doutrich 

20. J. Russell Leech 

21. J. Banks Kurtz 

22. Franklin Menges 

23. J. Mitchell Chase 

24. Samuel A. Kendall 

25. Ifenry W. Temple 

26. J. Howard Swick 

27. Nathan L. Strong 

28. Thomas C. Cochran 

29. Milton W. Shreve 

30. William R. Coyle 

31. Adam M. Wyant 

32. (Vacancy) 

33. Clvde Kelly 

34. Patrick J. Sullivan 

35. Harry A. Estep 

36. Guy E. Campbell 

Rhode Island: 

1. Clark Burdick 

2. Richard S. Aldrich 

3. (Vacancy)..- 

South Carolina: 

1. Thomas S. McMillan.. 

2. Butler B. Hare 

3. Fred H. Dominick 

4. John J. McSwain 

5. William F. Stevenson.. 

G. Allard H. Gasque 

7. Hampton P. Fulmer 

South Dakota: 

1. Charles A. Christopher- 

son. 

2. Royal C. Johnson 

3. William Williamson 

Tennessee: 

1. B. Carroll Reece 

2. J. Will Taylor 

3. S. D. McReynolds 

4. CordellHulL 

5. Ewin L. Davis 

6. Joseph W. Byrns. 

7. Edward E. Eslick 

8. Gordon Browning 

9. Jere Cooper 

10. Hubert F. Fisher 

Texas: 

1. Wright Patman 

2. John C. Box 



Tulsa. 

Tahlequab, 

McAlester. 

Ada. 

Norman. 

Anadarko- 

Snyder. 

Enid. 

Salem. 
The Dalles. 
Portland. 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Upper Darby, 
Langhorne. 
Lancaster. 
Scranton. 
Kingston. 
Minersville. 
Sally Anne Fur- 
nace. 
Canton. 

Mount Carme 

Mount Union. 

Harrisburg. 

Ebensburg. 

Altoona. 

York. 

Clearfield. 

Afeyersdale. 

Washington. 

Beaver Falls, 

Brookville. 

Mercer. 

Erie. 

Bethlehem, 

Greensburg, 

Edgewood. 
Pittsburgh. 

Do. 
Crafton. 

Newport. 
Warwick. 



Charleston. 

Saluda. 

Newberry. 

Greenville. 

Cheraw. 

Florence. 

Orangeburg. 

Sioux Falls. 

Aberdeen. 
Rapid City. 

Butler. 
La Follette. 
Chattanooga- 
Carthage. 
Tallahoma. 
Nashville. 
Pulaski. 
Huntingdon. 
Dyersburg. 
Memphis. 

Texarkana. 
Jacksonville. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

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STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


Texas— Continued. 

3. Morgan O. Sanders 


Canton. 

Bonham. 

Dallas. 

Corsicana. 

Galveston. 

Houston. 

Columbus. 

Brenham. 

Waco. 

Fort Worth. 

Decatur. 

San Antonio. 

Uvalde. 

El Paso. 

Abilene 

Amarillo. 

Vernal. 

St. Albans. 
Brattleboro. 

Newport News. 

Norfolk. 

Richmond. 

Petersburg. 

Chatham. 

Roanoke. 

Harrisonburg. 

Fairfax. 

Wytheville. 

Lexington. 

Seattle. 

Bellingham. 

Horjuiam. 


Wa.shington— Continued. 

4. John W. Summers 

5. Samuel B. Hill. . 


Walla Walla. 
Waterville. 


5. Hatton W. Sumners 

6. Luther A. Johnson 

7. Clay Stone Briggs 

8. Daniel E. Garrett 

9. Joseph J. Mansfield 

10. James P. Buchanan 

11 OH Cross 


We.st Virginia: 

1. Carl G. Bachmann 

2. Frank L. Bowman 

3. John M. Wolverton 

4. (Vacancy) -- -. 


Wheeling. 
Morgan town. 
Rich wood. 


5. Ilugh Ike Shott 


Bluefield. 


6. Joe L. Smith 


Beckley. 


12. Fritz G. Lanham 


Wiscon-sin: 

1. Henry Allen Cooper 

2. Charles A. Kading 

3. John M. Nelson 

4. John C. Shafer 


Racine. 


14. Harry M. Wurzbach 

15. John N. Garner 

16. C.B.Hudspeth 

17. Thomas L. Blanton 


Watertown. 
Madison. 


5. William H. Stafford 

6. (Vacancy)--- 


Do. 


Utah: 

1. Don B. Colton - 


7. Merlin Hull 


Black River Falls. 


8. Edward E. Browne 

9. George J. Schneider 

10. James A. Frear.-- . -._ 


Waupaca. 


2. (Vacancy) 


Appleton. 






1. Elbert S. Brigham 

2. Ernest W. Gibson 

Virginia: 

1. Schuyler Otis Bland 

2. Menalcus Lankford 

3. Andrew J. Montague 

4. Patrick Henry Drewry. 


11. Hubert H. Peavey 

Wyoming; 
At L. Vincent Carter 

Territorial Delegates 

Alaska: 


Washburn. 
Kemmerer. 

Juneau. 


5. Joseph Whitehead 

6. Clifton A. Woodrum 

7 J A Garber 


Hawaii: 
Victor S. K. Houston 

Resident Commissioners 

Philippine Islands: 
Cainilo Osias - -- 


Honolulu. 


8. R. Walton Moore 

9. Joseph C. Shaffer 

10. Henry St. George Tucker. 


Balaoal. 


1 John F Miller 


Pedro Guevara--- _- 


Santa Cruz. 


2. Lindley H. Hadley 

3. Albert Johnson 


Porto Rico: 
Felix Cordova Davila 


Manati. 







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23d.... 



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7th.. 
1st.- 



3d.. 

5th. 



$10, 000 
7, 500 
5,000 
3,700 
6,000 
3,600 
3,400 
3,600 

3,600 
2,300 
4,800 
3,800 
5,200 
2,200 
5,200 
6,000 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
6,000 
2,800 
5,000 
5,200 
4,800 
4,200 
4,600 
3,300 
3,200 
4,800 
3,400 
6,000 
5,600 



3,300 
3,500 



UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN 



George W. Hess. 
Wilmer J. Paget 
Emily Koons 



Director 

Assistant director 
Chief clerk 




EXECUTIVE 



119539—30 2 



EXECUTIVE 



THE PRESIDENT 

HERBERT HOOVER, OF CALIFORNIA 

Compensation, $75,000 per annum 



THE WHITE HOUSE 



OCQce of the President 



George Akerson 

Lawrence Richey.- 
Walter H. Newton. 
Rudolph Forster... 

French Strother 

M. C. Latta 

I. H. Hoover 

N. P. Webster 

C. C. Wagner 

E. W. Smithers 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Secretary to the President. 
do 



do 

Executive clerk _ 

do 

do 

Head usher 

Executive and disbursing clerk 

C hief correspondent 

Head telephone and telegraph operator- 



Legal residence 



State 



Minn.. 
N.J... 
Minn.. 
D. C... 
N.Y... 
Okla... 
D. C... 
N. Y... 

Pa 

D. C... 



Cong. 
dist. 



5th. 
1st. 
5th. 



1st.. 
8th.. 



6th.. 
14th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10, 000 
10, 000 
10,000 
7,000 
7,000 
5,600 
4,000 
4,000 
3,400 
3,400 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE * 



SECRETARY 

HENRY L. STIMSON, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 



Joseph P. Cotton 

Wilbur J. Carr 

■William R. Castle, jr. 

Francis White 

AVilliara H. Beck 

E. J. Ayers 

Homer M. Byingtoni 



James B. Stewart i 

Stanley K. Hornbeck. 
Dana G. Munro ' 



J. Theodore Marriner '_ 



Wallace S. Murray 

Herschel V. Johnson i. 
Robert F. Kelley 



Frederick Livesey 

Ruth B. Shipley 

Tyler Dennett 

MiehaelJ. McDermott- 
Herbert C. Ilengstler... 



Richard B. Southgat) 



Charles M. Barnes... 

David A. Salmon 

William McNeir 

Emerson B. Christie. 
A. Dana Hodgdon '.. 
Margaret M. Hanna. 



Keith Merrill ' 

W. Ford Cramer 

Ira F. Iloyt 

Robert A. Proctor 

William A. Newcome. 

Somerset A. Owen 

Eugene C. Rowlev, sr. 

Harry H. Bolds 

Howard Fyfe 

John E. Mc.\ndrews-- 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Undersecretary 

Assistant Secretary. 
do... 



-do- 



Assistant to the Secretary 

Chief clerk and administrative assistant 

Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Per- 
sonnel. 
Chief Instructor of the Foreign Service School. 
Chief of the Division of Far Eastern Affairs. . 
Chief of the Division of Latin American 

Affairs. 
Chief of the Division of Western European 

Affairs. 
Chief of the Division of Near Eastern Affairs. 

Chief of the Division of Mexican Affairs 

Chief of the Division of Eastern European 
Affairs. 

-\cting economic adviser 

Chief of the Passport Division 

Historical adviser 

Chief of the Division of Current Information. 
Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Ad- 
ministration. 
Acting Chief of the Division of International 
Conferences and Protocol. 

Chief of the Treaty Division 

Chief of the Bureau of Indexes and Archives. 

Chief of the Bureau of Accounts 

Chief of the Translating Bureau 

Chief of the Visa Office 

Chief of the Office of Coordination and Re- 
view. 
Chief of the Foreign Service Buildings Office. 

Disbursing officer 

Passport agent, New York City 

Passport agent, Chicago 

Passport agent, San Francisco 

Passport agent. New Orleans 

Passport agent, Seattle 

Passport agent, Brston 

Dispatch agent, New York City 

Dispatch agent, London, England 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y._. 
N. Y... 
D. C... 
Md.... 
N. J..-. 
N. J.... 
Conn_ . 

N.Mex. 
Colo... 
N. J._. 

Me 



Ohio... 
N. C._. 
Mass... 

N. Y-. 
Md_... 
N. Y_.. 
Mass... 
Ohio.-. 

Mass... 



Va.... 
Conn. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Md..-. 
Kans- 



Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Conn- 
D. C- 
Calif.. 
Md... 
D. C. 
D. C- 
N. Y.. 
Minn. 



Cong, 
dist. 



25th. 
25th. 



3d— 
5th-. 
2d... 
4th.. 



ist- 
4th. 



9th-. 
nth. 

19th- 
5th- 
29th- 
7th-. 
3d... 



3d.- 



10th- 
4th.. 



5th.. 
5th.. 

5th.. 
21st. 
5th- 



Com- 

pensa- 

tion 



4th. 
5th. 



.$10, 000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
8,000 
5,000 
9,000 

8,000 
8,000 
8,000 

8,000 

6,500 
7,000 
7,500 

5,600 
5,000 
5,600 
4,800 
6,000 

6,500 

6,500 
5,000 
4,000 
3,300 
4,000 
5,000 

8,000 
3,500 
4,800 
3,700 
3,700 
3,600 
3,600 
3,700 
t, 500 
4,000 



* The Department of State issues annually a Register of the Department in which is given complete 
information concerning the officials and employees in Washington, and of the foreign service of the United 
States, consular districts and salaries and fees, and a biographical statement respecting persons serving 
under appointment of the department at home or abroad; international commissions and bureaus in which 
the United States maintains membership; acts and regulations governing the Foreign Serivce; sample 
examinations for the Foreign Service; personnel of the foreign embassies and legations in the United States; 
foreign consular officers in the United States; and an alphabetical index of jiersons and places. Copies of 
this Register can be obtained by purchase from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, 
at $1 a copy. In addition to this Register the department issues quarterly a pamphlet entitled "Foreign 
Service of the United States," which lists the entire commissioned personnel of the Foreign Service, with 
the legal residence, rank, post, and date of appointment of each. Copies of this pamphlet may be pro- 
cured from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at 15 cents a copy. 

1 Foreign Service officer. 

11 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



SECRETARY 

ANDREW W. MELLON, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Statp ^°^^- 
'^'^^'^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



Ogden L. Mills 

Seymour Lowman 

Ferry K. Heath 

Walter E. Hope 

John Kieley 

W. Norman Thompson. 
Charles R. Schoeneman. 

H. R. Sheppard 

Francis C. Rose.. 

Frank A. Birgfeld 

W. H. Moran.... 

James E. Harper 

L. C. Spangler 

John L. Summers. 

Joseph S. McCoy 



Undersecretary 

Assistant Secretary. 

do 

do 



Special Staff Assistants 



Ellsworth C. Alvord 

David E. Finley 

Albert G. Redpath 

Leo C. Martin 

Edward J. Cunningham- 
John B. Harlan 



Comptroller of the Currency 



John W. Pole---. 
Geo. R. Marble. 

E. F Quinn 

L. G. Copeland-. 



Adelia M. Stewart. 
William A. Kane... 

C. E. Gross- 

R. O. Burton 

William F. Oflutt.. 



Treasurer of the United States 



W. O. Woods 

George O. Barnes 

Julian C. Wallace 

Harry H. Hulbirt.--. 
Clarence E. Hearst.. , 
Andrew W. Starratt. 

William J. Weber 

Frank E. Reppert... 
Michael S. Slindee... 



Public Debt Service 



William S. Broughton. 

Sydney R. Jacobs 

Reno W. Barr 

E. E. Jones.. 

Frank A. DeGroot 

Marvin Wesley 

Melvin R. Loafman 

Maurice A. Emerson... 



Assistant to the Secretary... 

Executive assistant to the Undersecretary. 

Assistant to the Undersecretary. 

Assistant to Assistant Secretary 

do 

Chief Clerk.. 

Chief, secret service division 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, division of supply 

Disbursing clerk 

Government actuary 



Special assistant to the Secretary 

do 

Special assistant to the Undersecretary. 
Special assistant to Assistant Secretary. 

Member of the War Loan Staff 

Assistant member of War Loan Staff... 



Comptroller 

Chief clerk 

Chief, organization division 

Chief, Federal reserve issue and redemption 
division. 

Chief, examining division 

Chief, statistical division 

Chief, issue division .•... 

Chief, bookkeeping division 

Superintendent, redemption division 



Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Chief clerk 

Cashier 

Chief, securities division 

Chief, accounting division... 

Chief, general accounts 

Chief, redemption division 

Superintendent, national bank redemption 
agency. 



Commissioner 

Assistant commissioner. 

Deputy commissioner 

Register of the Treasury 

Assistant Register of the Treasury 

Chief, division of loans and currency. 
Chief, division of accounts and audit. 
Chief, division of paper custody 



N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Mich. 
N. Y.. 
Ohio.. 
D. C- 
R. I... 
Ind... 
D. C. 
Md... 
D. C. 
S. C... 
Va.... 
Tenn. 
N. Y.. 



D. C. 

S. C. 
N. Y., 
D. C. 
Conn. 
Tex... 



Ohio. 
D. C. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 

Wis.. 
N. J.. 
Pa... 
Va... 
D. C- 



Kans.. 
Pa-.- 

Md... 
Wyo.. 
Kans.. 
Mo... 

Ill 

Kans.. 
lowa.- 



111 

Wis... 
D. C. 
Pa.— 
Mich. 

Ga 

Iowa.. 
Md-.- 



17th. 
37th. 
5th.. 
17th. 
21st. 



2d-. 
7th. 



5th.. 



4th.. 
8th-. 

nth. 

7th.. 



5th„ 
17th. 



1st-. 
16th- 



22d— . 



3d— 
8th.. 

10th. 
4th- 
29th. 
8th- 



5th.. 
17th- 
6th.. 
14th- 
2d-.. 
12th. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 



12th. 
1st-. 



15th. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 



$10,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
6,000 
7, 500' 
6,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,400 
8,000 
5,40a 
5,600 
5,400 
10, 000 



10,00^ 
7,500' 
6,400 
5, 600 
7,500' 
6,000- 



I 5, 000 
3,300 
4,800 
4,500 

5,500 
3,400 
3,600 
3,200 
2,600 



8,500 
6, 000 
3,200 
4,800 
4,800 
5,000 
5,000 
3,500 
5,000 



9,000 
7,000 
3,800 
6,200 
3,900 
5,600 
5,600 
3, 100 



> Receives $7,000 additional compensation as member of the Federal Reserve Board. 
12 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



13 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State Cong- 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Commissioner of Accounts 
and Deposits 

Robert O. Hand 

Daniel W. Bell 

Edward F. Bartelt 

Edward D. Batchelder 

Walter R. Stark 

Bureau of Internal Revenue 

Commissionee's Office 

David Burnet 

H. F. Mires 

P. R. Baldridge ---. 

A. R. Marrs 

L. C. Mitchell -. 

Joseph K. Moyer 

Elmer L. Irey -. 

G. S. PauU - 

F. I. Evans 

Graham B. Nichol 

Office of General Counsel 

C. M. Charest 

J. M. Williamson 

B. H. Bartholow 

P. C. Alexander -.- 

F. F. Toomey 

Luther S. Cannon 

H. E. Laughlin 

E. P. King ..-. 

Charles A. Drake 

Accounts and Collections 
Unit 

George J. Schoeneman 

V. H. Self 

H. F. Dolan... 

G. G. Davis 

Income Tax Unit 

J. Carlisle Wilmer 

W. T. Sherwood 

H. B. Robinson 

Frederic Newburgh 

T. F. Langlev. 

A. B. Niess 

S. P. Hatehett 

Miscellaneous Tax Unit 

R. M. Estes 

Eugene McGovern 

H. K. Melcher 

D. S. Bliss 

M. F. Snider 

Collectors of Internal Revenue 

William E. Snead 

Fred O. Goodell 

Andrew J. Russell.. 

John P. McLaughlin 

Galen H. Welch 

Frank W. Howbert 

Robert O. Eaton 

Wallace S. Handy 

Peter H. Miller 

Josiah T. Rose... ., 

Albert H. Tarleton 

Evan Evans 

Mrs. Myrtle T. Blacklidge 

Oliver G. Addleman 



Commissioner - — 

Assistant commissioner 

Chief, division of bookkeeping and warrants 

Chief, division of deposits 

Chief economist 



Commissioner of Internal Revenue 

Assistant to the commissioner 

Special deputy commissioner... 

Assistant commissioner 

Assistant commissioner 

Chairman, special advisory committee 

Chief, intelligence unit 

Head, appointment division 

Head, administrative division 

Head, information division 

General counsel 

General assistant 

G eneral assistant 

Head, appeals division 

Head, civil division 

Head, interpretative division 

Head, penal division 

Head, review division 

Head, administrative division 



Deputy commissioner 

.\ssistant deputy commissioner 

Head, disbursement accounting division 

Head, collectors' personnel, equipment, and 
division. 



Deputy commissioner... 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, audit review division 

Head, field procedure division- 
Head, clearing division 

Head, records division 

Head, valuation division 

Deputy commissioner 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, estate tax division 

Head, miscellaneous division... 
Head, tobacco division 

District and headquarters 

Alabama, Birmingham 

Arizona, Phoenix 

Arkansas, Little Rock 

First California, San Francisco. 
Sixth California, Los .\ngeles... 

Colorado, Denver 

Connecticut, Hartford 

Delaware, Wilmington 

Florida, Jacksonville 

Georgia, Atlanta... 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

Idaho, Boise 

First Illinois, Chicago 

Eighth Illinois, Springfield 



Miss... 
Ill 

ni 

N. H... 
Mich... 



Ohio.. 
Wash. 
Iowa.. 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 
N. J... 
Mo... 
Ohio.. 
Pa.... 
D. C. 



Md... 
Calif.. 
N. Y.. 
Mo... 
Wash. 
N. C. 
Greg.. 
Oreg.. 
Ohio.- 



R. I.-. 
Tenn... 
W. Va. 
Ohio... 



Md..-. 
D. C... 
N. Y... 
Wis-... 
Ky..... 
Md.... 
N.Mex. 



Ky-.- 
N. Y., 
Me.... 
Conn. 
Ohio.. 



Ala... 
Ariz... 
Ark... 
Calif.. 
Calif-. 
Colo-. 
Conn. 
Del... 
Fla.... 

Ga 

T. H.- 
Idaho. 

Ill 

111 



1st.. 
20th. 
15th. 
2d... 
8th.. 



7th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
15th. 
17th. 



24th. 

1st.. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
3d.- 
2d.- 
1st.. 



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

4th-- 



4th- 



38th. 
1st-- 
10th. 
6th-. 



11th... 1 



3d.... 
4th_.. 
3d.... 



7th... 
At L. 
4th... 



9th..- 
1st. .- 
1st... 
AtL. 
4th... 
5th.- 



2d.... 
3d.... 
21st.. 



$9,000 
6,200 
6,400 
3,800 
7,000 



10,000 
8,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,000 
7,500 
7,500 
5,400 
5, 200 
4,800 



10,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



7,000 
5,600 
4,100 
4,200 



7,000 
7,000 
7,000 
6,000 
4,800 
4,200 
6,500 



7,000 
6,000 
5,600 
5,400 
5,400 



6,400 
6,000 
6,200 
7,000 
7,000 
6,400 
7,000 
6,200 
7,000 
6,400 
5, 800 
6,000 
7, 500 
7,000 



14 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



o,„f„ Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Collectors of Internal Revenue — 
Continued 



Everett E. Neal. 

Lars E. Bladine 

Uarvey H. Motter 

Emil S. Helburn 

Jacob O. Bender 

Frank J. Ham 

Galen L. Tait .-. 

Thomas W. White 

Fred L. Wood worth 

Levi AI. Willcuts 

George L. Sheldon 

Louis J. Becker 

Noah Crooks 

Charles A. Rasmusson.. 

Arthur B. Allen 

Louis A. Spellier 

John H. Field 

Edward L. Sturgess 

John R. Rogers.- 

Benigno C. Ilernandez-. 

Walter E. Corwin 

Frank K. Bowers 

Charles W. Anderson... 

Cyrus Durey 

Jesse W. Clarke 

Bert P. Gage 

Gilliam Grissom 

Gunder Olson 

Louis J. lluwe 

William B. Guitteau 

Newton M. Miller 

Carl F. Routzahn 

Acel C. .\lexander 

Clyde G. Huntley 

Joseph S. MacLaughlin. 

David W. Phillips 

Daniel B. Heiner 

Frank A. Page 

John F. Jones . 

Leslie Jensen 

Frank W. Donaldson 

James W. Bass 

George C . Hopkins 

James H. Anderson 

Robert W. McCuen 

A. Pendleton Strother.. 

Burns Poe 

Edwin K. Brast 

Alonzo H. Wilkinson 

Marshall S. Reynolds. _. 



Chief Deputy Collectors 



James Arthur Downer*. 

James .\. Stephens 

Roy N. Davidson* 

Ralph D. Schwartz 

Albert B. Andrews* 

Louis B. Morgan 

James E. Dillon 

Patrick S. Higgins 



Edgar M. Cohee. 
James G. Lytle. 



Districl and headquarters — Continued 



Indiana, Indianapolis 

Iowa, Des Moines 

Kansas, Wichita 

Kentucky, Louisville 

Louisiana, New Orleans 

Maine, Augusta 

Maryland, Baltimore 

Massachu,sett s, Boston 

-Michigan, Detroit 

Minnesota, St. Paul 

Mississippi, Jackson 

First Missouri, St. Louis 

Si.xth Missouri, Kansas City 

Montana, Helena 

Nebraska, Omaha 

Nevada, Reno 

New Hampshire, Portsmouth 

First New Jersey, Camden 

Fifth New Jersey, Newark 

New Mexico, Albuquerque 

First New York, Brooklyn 

Second New York, New York, N. Y 

Third New York, New York, N. Y 

Fourteenth New York, Albany 

Twenty-first New York, Syracuse 

Twenty-eighth New York, Buffalo 

North Carolina. Raleigh 

North Dakota, Fargo 

First Ohio, Cincinnati 

Tenth Ohio, Toledo 

Eleventh Ohio, Columbus 

Eighteenth Ohio, Cleveland 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City 

O regon, Portland 

First Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Twelfth Pennsylvania, Seranton 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh. 

Rhode Island, Providence. 

South Carolina, Columbia 

South Dakota, Aberdeen 

Tennessee, Nashville 

First Texas, Austin 

Second Texas, Dallas 

Utah, Salt Lake City 

Vermont, Burlington 

Virginia, Richmond 

Washington, Tacoma 

West Virginia, Parkersburg 

Wisconsin , M ilwaukee 

Wyoming, Cheyenne 



Office deputy, Birmingham 

Field deputy, Birmingham 

Office deputy. Phoenix... 

Field deputy. Phoenix 

Office deputy, Jyittle Rock 

Field deputy. Little Rock 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Calif., San Francisco. 
Chief field deputy, 1st dist. Calif., San Fran- 
cisco. 

Chief clerk, 6th dist. Calif., Los Angeles 

Field deiiuty 6th dist. Calif., Los Angeles... 



Thomas B. Lynch*.. ; office dejaity, dist. Colo., Denver 



Robert L. Meyers 
Frederic L. Appleton 

John J. White 

Smiley King* 

Guy S. Pease* 

William A. Boss 



Field deputy, dist. Colo., Denver 

Office deputy, dist. Conn., Hartford.. 
Field deputy, dist. Conn., Hartford... 
Office deputy, dist. Del., Wilmington. 
Office deputy, dist. Fla., Jacksonville. 
Field deputy, dist. Fla., Jacksonville.. 



Ind.... 
Iowa... 
Kans... 

Ky 

La 

Me 

Md.... 
Mass... 
Mich .. 
Minn.. 
Miss... 

Mo 

Mo 

Mont.. 
Nebr... 

Nev 

N. H... 

N.J... 

N. J... 

N.Mex. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

NY. 

N. Y... 

N. Y... 

N. C. 

N.Dak 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio.. 

Okla.. 

Oreg.. 

Pa.... 

Pa.... 

Pa.... 

R.I... 

S. C... 

S.Dak 

Tenn. 

Tex... 

Tex.-. 

Utah... 

Vt 

Va 

Wash.. 
W. Va. 
Wis.... 
Wyo... 



Ala... 
Ala... 
Ariz... 
Ariz... 
Ark... 
Ark... 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 

Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Conn. 
Conn . 
Del... 
Fla.... 
Fla..-. 



9th... 
3d.... 
2d.... 
11th.. 




3d.... 
6th... 
5th... 
6th... 
8th... 
8th... 
10th.. 
5th.-. 
1st... 
2d.... 
At L. 
2d.... 
1st... 
8th..- 
AtL. 



11th.. 
27th.. 
At L. 
7th-.. 
1st... 
2d...- 
11th.. 
3d.... 
2d.... 
1st... 
9th... 
3d.... 
4th... 
11th.. 
At L. 



7th 

8th.-. 
At L. 
At L. 
5th... 
5th... 
5th... 
5th... 

10th.- 
10th- 
1st... 
1st.-. 
Ist... 
Ist... 
At L- 
4th... 
4th... 



* Assistant to collector. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



15 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 



George C. Ogletree* 

Paul Cobb. 

William O. Ashley, jr*.. 

George \V. Macy 

Ernest P. Armstrong*... 
Cliarles N. Brearley '... 

Robert E. Neely 

(Vacancy) _- 

Samuel J. Tompkins* 

Forest O. Allsup 

William H. Smith* 

Charles A. Lloyd 

Harry A. Mcintosh* 

Claude E. Doak 

Charles H. Douglass* 

Arch G. Moll... ..., 

Claude T. Meredith* 

Marshall C. Bane 

William J. Gallagher* 

Lawrence A. Merrigan... 

Melvin H. Simmons* 

May bury W. Birch 

Charles L. Wiegand 

A. Parks Rasin 

George W. B. Britt 

John T. Hawes. 

William A. Stancil. 

Fred M. Cook... -.. 

Arthur R. Knox* 

Harlan P. Gardner 

Asa Russman* 

Ralph A. Wilson 

Walter F. Freimuth* 

Harry H. Weil 

Emanuel V. Davis* 

Rollie Timmons 

Lowell C. Burns* 

Alfred P. Engebretson... 

Kit J. Carson* 

John P. Foley -_. 

Frederick Lippman* 

John T. Walters.- 

John J. Seammon* 

Robert F. Allison 

William Herman Morris* 
Andrew G. Stewart, jr... 

DeWitt P. Bowman 

Thomas C. Smith 

Lewis B. Thompson* 

John W. Hernandez 

Hugh G. Neary... _- 

John E. Brady 

William Duggan 

George C. Nordinger 

John S. Shea 

Charles B. Largy 

John B. Sherman* 

Frank G. Jacobs 

Claude Bonsted* 

William F. ILart 

Valentine E. O'Grady*.. 

Roswell N. Vosseller 

William T. Delamar* 

Balem C. Campbell 

Chessnmr A. Fisher* 

William G. Ray 

Kenneth P. Clark* 

Frank E. Bell 

Harry F. Meiling* 

George P. Metzger 

Herman D. Weaver* 

Walter M. McKibben 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



District and headquarters — Continued 



Clerk, dist. Ga., Atlanta 

Field deputy, dist. Ga., Atlanta , 

Office deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu 

Field deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu 

Office deputy, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Office deputy, dist. Idalio, Boise 

Office deputy, 1st dist. III., Chicago 

Field deiiuty, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Office deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Field deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Office deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Field deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Office deputy, dist. Iowa, Des Moines 

Field deputy, dist. Iowa, Des Moines 

Office deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita 

Field deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita 

Office deputy, dist. Ky., Louisville. 

Field deputy, dist. Ky., Louisville 

Clerk, dist. La., New Orleans. 

Field deputy, dist. La., New Orleans 

Office deputy, dist. Me., Augusta 

Field deputy, dist. Me., Augusta.. 

Office deputy, dist. Md., Baltimore 

Field deputy, dist. Md., Baltimore 

Office deputy, dist. Mass., Boston 

Field deputy, dist. Mass., Boston 

Chief clerk, dist. Mich., Detroit 

Field deputy, dist. Mich., Detroit 

Office deputy, dist. Minn., St. Paul 

Field deputy, dist. Minn., St. Paul 

Clerk, dist. Miss., Jackson 

Field deiiuly, dist. Miss., Jackson 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Mo., St. Louis 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Mo., St. Louis 

Office deputy, 6th dist. Mo., Kansas City... 
Field deputy, 6th dist. Mo., Kansas City... 

Office deputy, dist. Mont., Helena. 

Field deputy, dist. Mont., Helena.. _.. 

Clerk, dist. Nebr., Omaha 

Field deputy, dist. Nebr., Omaha 

Office deputy, disl. Nev., Reno 

Field deinity, dist. Nev., Reno- 

Office deputy, dist. N. IL, Portsmouth 

Field deputy, dist. N. H., Portsmouth 

Office deputy, 1st dist. N. J., Camden 

Field deputy, 1st dist. N. J., Camden 

Office deputy, 5th dist. N. J., Newark 

Field deputy, 5th dist. N. J., Newark 

Clerk, dist. N. Mex., Albuquerque 

Field deputy, dist. N. Mex., Albuquerque. _ 

Office deputy, 1st dist. N. Y., Brooklyn 

Field deputy, 1st dist. N. Y., Brooklyn 

Office deputy, 2d dist. N. Y., New York 

Field deputy, 2d dist. N. Y., New York 

Office deputy, 3d dist. N. Y., New York 

Field deputy, .3d dist. N. Y., New York 

Clerk, 14th dist. N. Y., Albany 

Field deputy, 14th dist. N. Y., Albany 

Office deputy, 21st dist. N. Y., Syracuse 

Field deputy, 21st dist. N. Y., Syracuse 

Office deputy, 28th dist. N. Y., Buffalo 

Field deputy, 28th dist. N. Y., Buffalo 

Clerk, dist. N. C, Raleigh 

Field deputy, dist. N. C, Raleigh 

Office deputy, dist. N. Dak., Fargo 

Field deputy, dist. N. Dak., Fargo 

Clerk, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati 

Office deputy, 10th dist. Ohio, Toledo 

Field deputy, 10th disl. Ohio, Toledo. 

Clerk, 11th dist. Ohio, Columbus. 



Legal residence 



State *^""S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Ga 

Hawaii 
Hawaii 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Ill 



111 

111 

Ind.... 

Ind... 

Iowa... 

Iowa.. 

Kans.. 

Kans.. 

Ky...- 

Ky.... 

La 

La 

Me 

Me.-.. 

Md 

Md 

Mass... 

Mass... 

Mich . 

Mich .- 

Minn. 

Minn. 

Miss... 

Miss 

Mo.. 

Mo 

Mo.. 

Mo-- 

Mcnt 

Mont.. 

Nebr 

Nebr... 

Nev 

Nev 
N. H..- 
N. H... 
N. J__- 
N. J... 
N.J... 
N.J... 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y— 
N. Y— 
N. Y— 
N. Y..- 
N. Y... 
N. Y_.. 
N. Y..- 
N. Y... 
N. C... 
N. C... 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio 



7th... 
4th... 



2d.... 
1st... 
3d.... 



16th.. 
19th.. 
6th... 
2d.... 
3d.... 
4th... 
4th... 
2d..-. 
5th... 
5th_.. 
2d.... 
2d—. 
3d.... 
3d.... 
3d..-. 

1st--- 

16th.- 
11th- 
6th.-. 
5th-. 
4th... 
4th... 
4th... 
4th... 



12th.. 
4th... 
8th— 
2d—. 
2d...- 
2d.... 
2d.... 
AtL- 
At L. 
1st... 
1st... 

1st.-- 

1st-- 
4th..- 
3d--.. 



4th... 
4th... 

21st.. 



30th.. 
27th.. 
25th. . 
35th.. 
40th.. 
40th.- 
4th... 
5th... 
2d...- 
3d.-- 



9th. 
9th. 



Field deputy, 11th dist. Ohio, Columbus | Ohio... I 12th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$4, 400 
3,900 
4,400 
3,800 
3,800 
3,200 
5,200 



4,800 
3,700 
4,600 
3,500 
4,600 
4,100 
4,800 
4,100 
4,800 
3,900 
4,600 
3,500 
4,600 
3,200 
5,400 
5,400 
4,800 
4,800 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
3,800 
4,000 
3,600 
4,800 
3,600 
5,000 
4,100 
3,800 
3,(00 
4,400 
3.800 
4.000 
3,700 
4,200 
3,500 
3,700 
3,700 
4,800 
4,800 
3,800 
3.700 
5, 000 
5,000 
5, 000 
5,000 
.5,400 
5,400 
4,800 

3,eoo 

4,600 
3,700 
4.800 
3,600 
4,600 
4,100 
3,800 
3,400 
5,200 
3,500 
4,600 
3,600 
4. 600 
3,900 



•Assistant to collector. 
1 Chief, field division. 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



g. f Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Bureau of Internal Kevenue — 

Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 

Ralph B. Ellars* 

Charles V. Gilbert 

Preston G. Rawdon* 

Harry A. Sproles 

Charles W. Olsen* 

Walter S. Shanks 

WilHam E. Brown* 

Alexander L. Gillars 

Harry Houck* 

Willard F. Jones.. 

Marion S. Woods 

William R. Stevenson 

Henry J. Spooner, 3d* 

Frank H. Murphy 

William F. Roper* 

Edward D. Buckley 

Vincent R. Wadden, jr* 

Jacob L. Parrott 

Eugene S. Priest* 

George W. Sweaney 

Fred B. Parsons*.. 

William R. Fitzwilliam 

Thomas F. Johnson* 

Leo A. Gilbreath 

David E. Evans* 

Thomas A. Callister 

Henry H. Riordan* 

John W. Gayuor. 

Alfred H. Page* 

John T. Barns 

Anthony J. Swindle*.. 

Joseph M. Moore 

William E. Kemery* 

Victor H. Mealy 

George Reisimer* 

Herman Ansorge 

Howard Chambers*... 

William L. Paulsen 

Internal Revenue Agents in 
Charge 

Charles B. Allen 

Chauncey W. Herrick. 

Beider W. Wilde, jr 

Walter P. Mays 

Raymond T. Miles. 

Porter Linder 

Delbert W. Reynolds 

Charles T. Russell 

Daniel A. Bolich 

John H. McMurtry 

William A. Holt 

Leslie R. Miles 

E. Earl Hearn 

James J. Drakeford 

Thomas R. Spillane 

Grover C. Holt 

William P. Billings 

Albert Lewis 

Harley Howard 

Thomas M. Kenefick 

Clarence W. Rink___ 

Harry T. McCauley 

John P. Marstella 

George E. Neal 

Ernest G. Rarev 

Marshall T. Polk 

Solomon S. Sinclair 

Walter L. Shuck... 

Walter L. McBride 

Jens P. Jenson 

•Assistant to collector. 



District and headquarters — Continued 

Office deputy, 18th dist. Ohio, Cleveland 

Field deputy, 18th dist. Ohio, Cleveland 

Office deputy, dist. Okla., Oklahoma City 

Field deputy, dist. Okla., Oklahoma City 

Office deputy, dist. Oreg., Portland 

Field deputy, dist. Oreg., Portland 

Clerk, 1st dist. Pa., Philadelphia 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Pa., Philadelphia 

Office deputy, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton 

Field deputy, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton 

Chief office deputy, 23d dist. Pa., Pittsburgh. 

Field deputy, 23d dist. Pa., Pittsburgh 

Office deputy, dist. R. I., Providence 

Field deputy, dist. R. I., Providence 

Office deputy, dist S. C, Columbia 

Field deputy, dist. S. C, Columbia 

Office deputy, dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen 

Field deputy, dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen 

Clerk, dist. Tenn., Nashville -_. 

Field deputy, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

Office deputy, 2d dist. Tex., Dallas 

Field deputy, 2d dist. Tex., Dallas... 

Office deputy, dist. Utah, Salt Lake City 

Field deputy, dist. Utah, Salt Lake City 

Clerk, dist. Vt. Burlington 

Field deputy, dist. Vt., Burlington 

Clerk, dist. Va., Richmond 

Field deputy, dist. Va., Richmond 

Office deputy, dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Field deputy, dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Office deputy, dist. W. Va., Parkersburg 

Field deputy, dist. W. Va., Parkersburg 

Clerk, dist. Wis., Milwaukee 

Field deputy dist.. Wis., Milwaukee 

Office deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 

Field deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 



New York, N. Y., Fisk Building 

Chicago, 111 

San Francisco, Calif 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

New York, N. Y., Custom House Building.. 

New Haven, Conn 

Milwaukee, Wis 

St. Louis, Mo 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Louisville, Ky 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Huntington, W. Va 

Baltimore, Md 

Omaha, Nebr 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Oklahoma City, Okla _ 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Richmond, Va 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Boston, Mass _ 

St. Paul, Minn 

Denver, Colo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Detroit, Mich 

Cleveland, Ohio... 

Nashville, Tenn 

Wichita, Kans 

Greensboro, N. C 

Dallas, Tex 

Newark, N. J 



Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Okla... 
Okla... 
Oreg... 
Oreg^.. 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R. I-... 
R. I.... 
S. C... 

s. c... 

S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
Tenn-. 
Tenn-. 

Tex 

Tex.-.. 
Tex.... 

Tex 

Utah... 
Utah... 

Vt 

Vt 

Va 

Va 

Wash.. 
Wash.. 
W. Va. 
W. Va. 

Wis 

Wis.... 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 



Me..... 
N. Y... 

Pa 

Pa 

Md.... 
Calif... 
Wis.... 
Mo.... 
N. Y... 
Ky..... 
Wash-. 
W. Va. 
Md.-.. 
Ala.-.. 

Fla 

Okla-. 
Ind.... 
Calif-.. 
Mo---. 
Mass—. 
Minn.. 
Colo--. 

Ill 

Ind--.. 
Ohio-. 
Tenn-. 
Kans... 
Md--. 
Tex.... 
Minn.. 



22d.. 
22d.. 

4th.. 
8th.. 
3d-. 
3d... 



13th. 
11th. 
11th. 
26th. 
2.5th. 
1st.- 



7th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
3d.- 



6th.. 
3d... 
10th. 
13th. 
12th. 
2d... 
2d... 
1st-. 
1st.. 
3d... 
6th.. 
3d... 
3d... 
4th.. 
4th.. 



9th... 



3d..- 
34th- 
11th. 
30th- 
4th.. 
11th. 
5th.. 
5th.- 
8th.- 
8th- 
1st-- 
3d-. 
2d-.. 
6th.. 
1st.- 
5th.. 

'3d.- 
16th. 
8th.. 
4th.. 

isth'. 

11th. 
12th. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
11th. 
5th.. 



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17 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal Revenue- 
Continued 

Internal Revenue Agents in 
CAar?e— Continued 

William Brusse 

Clarence R. Krigbaum 

Joseph R. Baradel 

Charles E. Boulden 

Ernest P. Hutchinson 

Alf Oftedal 

John H. Zimmerman 

John R. Kirk 

Special Agents in Charge 

Franli Frayser 

Hugh McQuillan 

Arthur P. Madden 

Arthur A. Nichols 

David Nolan 

Arthur Smith 

John R. Cox.- 

Archie D. Burford 

Supervisors of Accounts and 
Collections 



William M. Armstrong. 

Elbridge B. Gerry 

Louis J. Campbell 

Horace H. Stikeleather.. 

Anton H. GuUickson 

Everett L. Swift 

James C. Mitchell 

Frank B. Parsons 

James R. Peat 

Joseph F. Timilty 

James R. Van Voorhis.. 
Edward V. Wilson 



Bureau of Industrial Alcohol 



James M. Doran 

Harry J. Anslinger 

Benjamin R. Rhees 

James J. Britt 

William V. Linder 

James T. Worthington. 



Supervisors of Permits 
Philip Hamlin 



W. D. Moss. 

S. O. Wynne 

Thomas E. Stone 

O. D. Jackson 

R. E. Joyce, jr 

E. C. Yellowley 

S. B. Qvale 

SamS. Haley 

Q. E. Ellsworth 

William R. Woods, jr. 

F. R. McReynolds.... 



Bureau of Narcotics 



H. J. Anslinger (acting). 
(Vacancy) 



Narcotic Agents in Charge 

H. H. Wouters 

J. A. Manning 

T. E. Middlebrooks 

J. B. Greeson 

C. R. Frazier. 

G. W. Cunningham 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Atlanta, Ga.. 

Seattle, Wash 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Cincinnati, Ohio... 

Columbia, S. C 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
New Orleans, La... 
Springfield, 111 



Richmond, Va 

New York, N. Y 

Chicago, 111..- _. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Kansas City, Mo 

Memphis, Tenn 

Washington, D. C... 
San Francisco, Calif. 



Denver, Colo 

Raleigh, N. C 

Columbus, Ohio 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Los .\ngeles, Calif 

New York. N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Portland, Oreg 

St. Paul, Minn 

Boston, Mass-_ 

Baltimore, Md 

Louisville, Ky 



Commissioner 

Assistant commissioner 

Deputy commissioner 

Chief counsel--- - 

Head, technical division 

Acting chief clerk and head, administrative 
division. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Richmond, Va 

New Orleans, La 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

St. Paul. Minn 

Kansas City, Mo 

Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Seattle, Wash 



Commissioner 

Deputy commissioner. 



Legal residence 



State ^°°S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y... 
Washington, D. C. 
New Orleans, La.. 
Jacksonville, Fla... 
Nashville, Tenn.... 



Tenn. 
Mo... 
N. Y.. 
Ind... 
D. C. 
Calif.. 
S. C... 
Tenn. 



Va-... 
N.J... 

Mich. 
Pa.... 
Mo... 
Miss.. 
N. C- 
Wyo.. 



Iowa.. 
Del... 
Wis-.. 
N. C. 
Wash. 
Ohio.. 
Mass.. 
Wis-.- 
Wis... 
Mass.. 
Fla.... 
Ky...- 



Minn. 
Penn.. 
Md... 
N. C 
Ind... 
D. C-. 



N.J... 
Ind... 
Ala... 
Ark... 
Tenn.. 
Tenn.. 



6th... 



9th... 



2d.. 
7th. 



3d... 
10th. 
11th. 
8th.. 
10th. 
2d-.. 
3d... 



3d. 



7th.. 
8th.. 
4th-. 
nth. 
13th. 
2d-. 
5th.. 
nth. 
4th.. 
8th.. 



5th.. 
21st- 
4th.. 
10th. 
9th.. 



Mass... 


14th... 


Ohio.- 


2d 


Penn... 


6th—. 


Mich.. 




La 


2d 


Pa 


36th... 


Miss--. 


8th.... 


Minn.. 


7th.... 


Mo 


8th..-. 


Utah... 


2d 


Mont.. 


2d 


Calif- 


9th.... 


Pa 


5th-... 



8th... 
7th... 
3d.... 
5th-.. 
6th... 
6th... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,000 
5,600 
6,500 
5, 600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 



5,600 
6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



5,400 
5,400 
6,000 
5,200 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,400 
5,400 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 



9,000 
7,000 
6, 200 
6,500 
6,000 
4,600 



6,000 
6,500 
7,000 
6,400 
6,400 
5,600 
7,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,200 
5,600 
6,000 



(•) 



5,000 
5,600 
5,000 
5,000 
4,800 
4,800 



* Compensation as assistant commissioner of industrial alcohol. 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Narcotics — Contd. 

Narcotic Agents in Charge — 
Continued 

W. D. Allen, jr 

H. B. Westover 

O. A. H. dela Oardie 

L. J. Ulmer. 

C. O. Bradshaw.. 

H. S. Forrer 

Harry D. Smith (supervising 
agent). 

CD. Writesman 

H. V. Williamson 

R.H. Oyler _ 

C. T. Stevenson (acting) 

Bureau of Customs 

Commissioner's Office 



F. X. A. Eble 

Frank Dow 

Robert F. Roemer. 
Carroll Gray 



Legal Unit 



Joseph D. Nevius-.- 
Ilenry A. Hayward. 
Frank J. Murphy... 
G. W. Ash worth.... 
(Vacancy) 

D. P. McCornack... 

E. J. Shamhart 

Charles Stevenson _. 



Administrative Unit 



H. A. Benner. _ 

Earle E. Mottern 

F. W. Oast 

James W. Mcintosh. 

H. M. Anderson 

L. A. Reinsmith 



Investigative Unit 



T. J. Gorman. 
(Vacancy) 



Collectors of Customs 



Frank M. Hume 

Harry C. Whitehill 

Willfred W. Lufkin 

Emerv J. San Souci 

Elwyn T. Clark 

John C. Tulloch 

Andrew Wiedenmann 

Fred A. Bradley 

Philip Siting 

A. Lincoln Acker 

Samuel H. Thompson 

Charles H. Holtzman 

Joseph L. Crupper 

Fannie Sutton Faison 

Frederick G. Davies 

Marion O. Dunning 

Sidney C. Brown 

Joseph C. Swann 

Ernest F. Koelle (acting). 

Kyle Elam 

Robert B. Morris 

Roy Campbell 

Manuel B. Otero 

William H. Ellison 

Fred E. Edwards. 

Lewis H. Schwaebe 

William B. Hamilton 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



San Francisco, Calif 
Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Antonio, Tex_.. 

Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Seattle, Wash 

Kansas City, Mo 

Detroit, Mich. 

Honolulu, Hawaii... 



Commissioner of Customs... 

Assistant commissioner of customs 

Special assistant to the commissioner 

Executive assistant to the commissioner. 



General counsel 

Assistant general counsel 

do 

Chief, tariff classification division 

Chief, entry and appraisement division. 
Chief, drawback and bonding division.. 
Chief, enforcement division 

Chief, appeals and protests division 



Deputy commissioner of customs 

Assistant to the deputy commissioner. 
Engineer in charge automatic scales ... 

Chief, fmance division. 

C hief , personnel division. 

Chief, mail and fUes division 



Deputy commissioner of customs. 
.\ssistant deputy commissioner... 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



1, Portland, Me 

2, St. Albans, Vt 

4, Boston, Mass 

5, Providence, R. I 

6, Bridgeport, Conn... 

7, Ogdensburg, N. Y.. 

8, Rochester, N. Y 

9, BufTalo, N. Y 

10, New York, N. Y.. 

11, Philadelphia, Pa... 

12, Pittsburgh, Pa 

13, Baltimore, Md 

14, Norfolk, Va 

1.5, AVilniiugton, r>*. C. 

16, Charleston, S. C... 

17, Savannah, Ga 

15, Tampa, Fla 

19, Mobile, Ala 

20, New Orleans, La_- 

21, Port Arthur, Tex.. 

22, Galveston, Tex 

23, San Antonio, Tex. 

24, El Faso, Tex 

25, San Diego, Calif... 

26, Nogales, Ariz 

27, Los .\ngeles, Calif. 



Legal residence 



Statft Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



D. C... 
Colo... 

Ill 

Mich... 
Ark.... 

Ill 

Calif... 



Tex 

Colo... 
Ohio... 
Hawaii. 



Utah... 
D. C... 
Md.... 
D. C... 



Tex 

N. C... 
Mass... 
Md.... 



Wis 

Tenn... 
N. Y... 



Pa 

Pa 

Mo.... 
Ohio... 
Ala.... 
Pa 



N. Y... 



1st.. 
18th_ 



7th.. 
12th. 



16th... 



nth. 



2d. 



2d. 



12th- 
10th. 
5th.. 
5th.. 



1st.. 
2d... 
40th. 



4th.. 
17th. 
lOth. 
22d.. 
9th.. 
13th. 



28th. 



28, San Francisco, Calif Calif 



Me... 
Vt... 
Mass 
R. I.. 
Conn 
N. Y. 
N. Y 
N. Y 
N. Y, 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Md.. 

Va ! 

N. C...I 

S. C. 

Ga... 

Fla.. 

Ala-. 

La... 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Calif 

Ariz. 

Calif 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,200 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 
5,200 

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



10,000 
8,000 
4,800 
4,200 



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



0,600 
4,800 
5,600 



5,600 
3,800 
5,000 
4,600 
3,600 
2,900 



6,000 



6,400 
6,200 
9,000 
5,400 
4,600 
6,200 
5,400 
7,000 
12,000 
9,000 
5,400 
7,500 
6,400 
4,600 
3,200 
6,400 
6,400 
5,200 
6,600 
3,700 
5,600 
5,200 
5,200 
4,600 
5,400 
7,000 
8,000 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



19 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Customs — Con. 

Collectors of Customs— Con. 

Edward M. Croisan 

•George D. Hubbard 

John C. McBride 

Jeannette A. Hyde 

Charles L. Sheridan. 

Judson La Moure, jr 

Irving A. Caswell... 

Nils A. Lindenberg (acting). .- 

^' alter J. M'ilde 

Heinrich A. Pickert 

.\nthony Czarnecki 

Oeorge M. Poland 

Arthur C. Fenton 

Thomas L. Walker.... 

Eddie McCall Priest 

Nellie Gregg Tomlinson. 

Louis M. Hall 

John W. Robhins. 

Thomas T. Wilson 

Jennie P. Musser 

Haydeu L. Moore 

Evan D. Boardman 

Appraisers of Merchandise 

William H. Cruden 

Carl L. Root (acting) 

Martin L. Durgin 

Janus F. Ingraham 

Edward J. Rodrique 

"\V. O.Jackson 

George M. Jameson 

John A. Janetzke, jr.. 

Bert Kahn 

Frederick J. H. Kracke 

Sophie McCord 

George O'Brien 

Jesse T. Park, acting 

Albert H. Reutter 

John Grimm, jr 

Edward N. Wheeler 

Comptrollers of Customs 

Collins B. Allen 

Leslie L. Glenn 

Walter L. Cohen 

John J. Deane. 

Arthur F. Foran 

Dwight Hall 

Clinton O. Richardson 

Survey OTS of Customs 

John H. Cunningham 

Henry L")edeau.x (acting) 

Herman Hormel 

Frank B. W. Welch 

James E. Rininger 

Frank C. Tracv 

Thomas W. Whittle 

Customs Agency Service 

Supervising Customs Agents 

William M. Harney 

Nathaniel G. Van Doren 

Frederick R. Proctor 

William J. Harmon 

Roy W. Fischer.. 

George B. Mason 

Stoughton E. Aimstrong 

Guy M. Watkins 

Joseph L. Green 

William H. Tidwell 

Elmer J. Lewis 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



District No. 29, Portland, Oreg.. 

District No. 30, Seattle, Wash 

District No. 31, Juneau, A.laska 

District No. 32, Honolulu, ILiwaii 

District No. 33, Great Falls, Mont 

District No. 3t. Pembina, N. Dak 

District No. 3.i, Minneapolis, Minn 

District No. 36, Duluth, Minn... 

District No. 37, Milwaukee, Wis 

District No. 38, Detroit, Mich.. 

District No. 39, Chiciigo, 111 

District No. 40, Indianapolis, Ind. 

District No. 41, Cleveland, Ohio 

District No. 42, Louisville, Ky 

District No. 43, Memphis, Tenn. 

District No. 44, Des Moines, Iowa 

District No. 45, St. Louis, Mo 

District No. 46, Omaha,Nebr 

District No. 47, Denver, Colo. 

District No. 48, Salt Lake Citv, Utah 

District No. 49, San Juan, P. R 

District No. 51, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 



Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Portland, Me 

Boston, Mass 

New Orleans, La 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Baltimore, Md 

San Francisco, Calif 
New York, N. Y.... 

St. Louis, Mo.. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Tampa, Fla 

Detroit, Mich 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Portland, Oreg 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Chicago, 111 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif. 
New York, N. Y.... 

Boston, Mass 

Baltimore. Md 

Baltimore. Md 

New Orleans, La 

Boston, Mass 

Portland, Me 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Francisco, Calif. 
New York, N. Y.... 



Legal residence 



State 



Oreg. 

Wash 

Alaska. 

Hawaii. 

Mont.. 

N. Dak 

Minn.. 

Minn.. 

Wis.... 

Mich. . 

111. 

Ind 

Ohio... 
Ky..-.. 
Tenn.. 
Iowa. . . 

Mo 

Nebr... 
Colo... 
Utah... 
P.R.... 
V. I.... 



111.... 
Ohio. 
Me... 
Mass. 

La 

Ohio. 
Pa... 
Md.. 
Calif. 
N. Y. 
Mo... 
Pa... 
Fla... 
Mich. 
N. Y. 
Oreg.. 



Pa... 
HI.-.. 
La... 
Calif. 

N. Y. 
Mass. 
Md.. 



Md.. 
La... 
Mass. 
Me... 
Pa... 
Calif. 
N. Y. 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



1, Boston, Mass.. 

2, NewYork, N. Y 

3, Baltimore, Md 

4, Tampa, Fla 

5, New Orleans, La 

6, El Paso, Te.x 

7, San Francisco, Calif. 

8, Seattle, Wash 

9, St. Paul, Minn 

10, Chicago, 111 

11, Montreal, Canada.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



.$5, 400 
7,500 
5,400 
6,200 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
7,000 
7,500 
4,800 
6,400 
4,600 
4,600 
3,800 
6,400 
4,600 
4,800 
3,200 
6,400 
4,200 



6,000 
4,600 
3,700 
5,800 
5,200 
3,700 
4,600 
5,000 
5,600 
9,000 
4,600 
5,800 
3,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,200 



5, 600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
9,000 
5,600 
5,600 



5,000 
5,000 
5,800 
3,200 
5,600 
5, 600 
9,000 



5,200 
6,500 
5,600 
4,600 
4,800 
5,200 
.5,600 
4,800 
4,800 
5,600 
5, 800 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



gt J Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Customs Agency Seevtce- 
Continued 



Customs Attaches in Charge 



C. Bernard Wait.. 
James F. O'Neill.. 
Norman E. Kane. 
M. R. Nicholson.. 
Martin G. Scott... 



Mint Bureau 



Robert J. Grant 

Mary M. O'Reilly. 



Mint and Assay Offices 



Michael J. Kelly 

Frank E. Shepard 

Leonard Magruder 

Elbert T. Clyde 

Freas Styer 

Charles L. Longley 

William L. Hill 

Niles R. Becker 

John L. May 

Thomas G. Hatheway. 



Federal Farm Loan Bureau* 



Paul Bestor 

JohnH. Quill 

Louis J. Pettijohn.. 
Albert C. Williams. 
George R. Cooksey. 
Floyd R. Harrison.. 

Chester Morrill 

Leo H. Paulger 

A. F. Cardon 

W. T. McKeown... 
M. H. Uelsmann 



London, England. 

Paris, France 

Florence, Italy 

Shanghai, China.. 
Kobe, Japan 



Director 

Assistant director. 



Superintendent, San Francisco, Calif 

Superintendent, Denver, Colo 

-A.ssayer in charge, New Orleans, La 

Assayer in charge, Carson, Nev 

Superintendent, Philadelphia, Pa 

Assayer in charge, Boise, Idaho 

Assayer in charge, Helena, Mont 

Superintendent, New York, N. Y 

Assayer in charge. Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Assayer in charge, Seattle, Wash 



Farm loan commissioner. 

Member 

do 

do 



.do. 
_do. 



Colo. 
La... 



R, C. Engberg. 



Secretary and general counsel 

Chief, division of examinations 

Chief, appraisal division 

Chief, securities division 

Chief, Federal intermediate credit bank 

division. 
Statistician-economist 



CaliL. 
Colo.. 

La 

Nev._- 
Pa..-_ 
Idaho. 
Mont. 
N. Y.. 
Utah.. 
Wash. 



Mo.- 
Calif. 
Kans. 
Tex... 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Tenn. 
lowa.. 
Utah.. 
S. D.. 
Mo_.. 



1st.. 
1st.. 



6th.. 
1st.. 
2d_.. 
1st.. 
8th-. 
1st.- 
1st.. 
17th- 
2d-. 
1st.. 



14th. 
1st.. 
7th.. 
12th- 



lowa. 



2d-. 
3d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
14th. 



7th... 



$6,500 
6,400 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 



7,000 
4,800 



5,800 
5,800 
3,200 
2,300 
5,800 
2,700 
2,660 
6,200 
2,300 
3,200 



10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, ooo 
10, 000 
9,000 
7,500 
5,000 
6,000 

5,500 



FEDERAL LAND AND INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK CITIES 



District No. 1. — Springfield, Mass 
District No. 2. — Baltimore, Md. 
District No. 3.— Columbia, S. C, 
District No. -i.— Louisville, Ky. 



I District No. 5. — New Orleans, La. 
District No. 6.— St. Louis, Mo. 
District No. 7. — St. Paul, Minn. 
District No. S.— Omaha, Nebr. 



District No. S.— Wichita, Kans. 
District No. iO.— Houston, Tex. 
District No. ii.— Berkeley, Calif. 
District N^o. 7^.— Spokane, Wash. 



FEDERAL LAND AND INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK DISTRICTS 

District No. 1. — Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New 

York, and New Jersey. 
District No. .2.— Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. 
District No. 3. — North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. 
District No. 4.— Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee. 
District No. 5. — Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. 
District No, 6.— Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. 
District No. 7. — Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. 
District No. 8.— Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. 
District No. 9.— Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. 
District N'o. iO.— Texas. 

District No. 11. — California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. 
District No. /;?.— Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



21 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing 

Alvin W. Hall 

Clark R. Long.. 

Jesse E. Swigart 

Adam P. Ruth 

Benjamin R. Stickney 

Edward E. Myers 

Elbridge H. Ashworth 

Charles A. Baker 

Margaret K. Finnigan 

Robert B. U'Hara... 

George M. Duncan 

John M. Smith 

Ralph H. Chappell 



Norman Underwood. 
James T. Gallahorn.. 



Laura V. Eckels 

Oscar P. -\nderson. 
James E. Hasted... 

May Beckmyer 

Georgy E. Hudson. 



Charles R. Klose 

James J. Knibbs 

John AV. Crowe.. 

James E. Chamberlin. 
Thomas F. Roche 



Office of the Supervising 
Architect 

James A. Wetmore 

George O. Von Nerta 

Henry G. Sherwood 

Louis A. Simon 

John W. Ginder.. 



Theron S. Brooks 

Nelson S. Thompson. 



Clarence A. Miller... 

Henry S. Roome 

John H. Schaefer 

Howard S. Robinson. 



Custodian Service 

Albert B. McCulloch.... 
William A. Newman 



Edwin H. Pearson 

United States Coast Guard ' 

Rear Admiral F. C. Billard... 

Capt. B. M. Chiswell 

Capt. W. J. Mheeler 

Capt. R. B. .\dams 

Comdr. J. H. Cornell 

Lieut. Commander F. A. Hun- 
newell. 

Oliver M. Maxam 

Elva L. Hutchison 

Capt. W. H. Munter 

Capt. Randolph Ridgely, jr 



Capt. P. H. Scott.... 

Capt. A. L. Gamble. 
Capt. H. G. Fisher-. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Director 

Assistant director, 
.do- 



Chief accountant __ , 

Mechanical expert and designer 

Superintendent, engraving division 

Superintendent, plate vault 

Superintentent, plate printing division 

Superintendent, numbering division 

Superintendent, examining division 

Superintendent, surface printing division 

Superintendent, postage stamp division 

Superintendent, engineering and machine 
division. 

Superintendent, ink-making division 

Superintendent, buildings and grounds divi- 
sion. 

Superintendent, orders division 

Superintendent, press register division 

Disbursing agent 

Superintendent, personnel division 

Superintendent, mail and flies division 



Purchasing agent 

Custodian Federal reserve vault. . 
Medical officer 

Superintendent, garage division.. 
Superintendent, wetting division. 



Acting Supervising Architect 

Technical officer 

Executive officer __ 

Superintendent, architectural division 

Superintendent, architectural engineering 
division. 

Superintendent, structural division 

Superintendent, mechanical engineering divi- 
sion. 

Superintendent, repairs division 

Chief, law and records division 

Superintendent, maintenance division 

Superintendent, accounts division 



Supervising chief engineer. New York 

District engineer and superintendent of re- 
pairs, San Francisco, Calif. 
Supervising chief engineer, Boston, Mass 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant 

Inspector in chief 

Engineer in chief 

Supply officer. ._ 

Superintendent construction and repair. 



Chief, Division of Operations. 

Chief, Division of Finance 

Commander, eastern division, Boston, Mass. 
Commander, New York division. New York, 

N. Y.; captain of the port, New York. 
Commander, Norfolk division, Norfolk, Va.; 

captain of the port, Norfolk. 

Commander, gulf division. Mobile, Ala 

Commander, lakes division, Sault Ste. Marie, 

Mich.; captain of the port, Sault Ste. 

Marie. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Md. 
Pa.. 
N. Y... 
D. C. 
Tenn.. 
N. Y... 
Va.. 
D. C 
Ohio... 
D. C 
Md. 



Va... 
D. C. 



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



Pa... 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Ark.. 
N. Y. 



N. Y.. 
D. C 
Minn. 
Md... 
Mo.... 



N. Y.. 
D. C. 



D. C. 

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



N. Y. 
Calif. 



Mass... 



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



Ind.... 

Mo 

Md..-. 
Ga 



Va. 



Ind.. 
D. C. 



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dist. 



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19th. 
6th.. 
14th. 
31st. 



8th. 
1st. 
7th. 



3d.- 

6th". 
8th. 



5th.. 
16th. 



18th. 
28th. 
11th. 
6th.. 
4th.. 



3"th. 



5th _. 
4th.. 
12th. 

23d_... 



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



15th. 
6th.. 



8th. 



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pensa- 
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$0, 000 
6, 000 
6,000 
5,000 
6,000 
6,000 
3,300 
4,800 
3,400 
4,000 
4,800 
3,800 
4,800 

5,800 
2,600 

3,500 
2,200 
3,400 
2,800 
2,000 

3,700 
2,700 
4,000 
2,900 
3,300 



9,000 
7,000 
6,200 
6,000 
5,800 

5,800 
5,800 

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5, 000 
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5,600 



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1 The United States Coast Guard Register, issued annually, contains complete information as to the 
organization, personnel, vessels, and stations of the Coast Guard. It can be purchased of the Superintend- 
ent of Documents, Washington, D. C, for 20 cents a copy. 

2 The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as that of officers of the Navy w ith 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



"^^^^ dist. 



United States Coast Guard- 
Continued 

Capt. Eugene Blake, jr.. 

Capt. H. D. Hinckley. 

Capt. H. O. Hamlet. 

Capt. H. H. Wolf 

Capt. J. F. Hottel... 

Commander H. E. Hideout... 
Lieut. Commander Joseph 
Green spun. 

S. R. Sands 

W. M. Wolff 

J. F. Phillips 

C. J. Sullivan 

E. T. Osborn 

J. A. Price 

W. W. Bennett 

C. A. Lippincott... 

M. W. Rasmussen... 

John Kelly 

R. T. Crowley 

F. B. Lincoln 

Howard Wilcox 

Public Health Service* 

Office of the Surgeon General 

Hugh S. Cumming 

T. Clark 

C. C. Pierce 

A. M. Stimson 

F. C. Smith.. 

W. F. Draper 

F. A. Carmelia 

W. L. Treadway 

R. C. Williams 

D. S. Masterson 



Service at Large 

J. C. Perry 

R. Blue 

E. K. Sprague.. 

C. H. Lavinder 

J. McMullen 

S. B. Grubbs 

M. H. Foster 

L. L. Lumsden 

M. J. White 

L. D. Flicks 

J. W. Kerr 

D. E. Robinson 

W. W. King. 

D. Moore 

C. Fox _- 

C. W. Vogel 

J. W. Schereschewsky.. 
A. J. McLaughlin 



Commander, California division, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif.; captain of the port, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Commander, northwestern division, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Superintendent Coast Guard Academy, 
New London, Conn. 

Commander, Coast Guard destroyer force, 
New London, Conn. 

Commandant, Coast Guard depot, Curtis 
Bay, Md. 

Purchasing officer, South Brooklyn, N. Y... 

Purchasing officer, San Francisco, Calif 

District commander,' Portsmouth, N. H 

District commander,' Provincetown, Mass.. 

District commander,^ Wakefield, R. I 

District commander,'' Bay Shore, N. Y 

District commander,-' Asbury Park, N. J 

District commander, < Lewes, Del 

District commander,'' Elizabeth City, N. C. 
District commander, ' Galveston, Tex.; cap- 
tain of the port, Cialveston. 

District commander, ^ Buffalo, N. Y 

District commander, ^ Grand Haven, Mich.. 

District commander,' Green Bay, Wis 

District commander, ' San Francisco, Calif. . 
District commander, < Portland, Oreg 



Surgeon general 

Assistant surgeon general . 
do 



Md_ 



Mass. 

Mass. 

Ohio. 

D. C. 

N. H. 
Calif.. 



R. I..- 

Mass.- 
Texas. 
Mass.- 
N. Y.. 
N. J.. 
N. C-. 
N. J.. 



N. Y. 
Cahf. 
Me... 
Mass. 
R. I.. 



....do 

....do 

..-.do 

do 

...-do 

.--do 

Chief clerk. 



Medical director, San Francisco, Calif 

Medical director, Paris, France 

Medical director. New York, N. Y 

Medical director, Ellis Island, N. Y. 

Medical director. New Orleans, La 

Medical directpr, Honolulu, T. H 

Medical director, Chicago, 111 

Medical director, Washington, D. C 

Medical director, Stapleton, N. Y 

Medical director, Seattle, Wash 

Medical director. Fort Monroe, Va -.. 

Medical director, London, England 

Medical director, Washington, D. C 

Medical director, San Francisco, Calif 

Medical director, Rosebank, N. Y 

Medical director. Vineyard Haven, Mass- 

Medical director, Boston, Mass 

Medical director, Chicago, 111 



2 The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as that of officers .of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navy Pay Tables in .\ppendix. 

3 With rank of lieutenant commander. 
* With rank of lieutenant. 

« The pay and allowances of oflScers of the Public Health Service are the same as that of oflScers of the 
Army with whom thev hold relative rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 

Paragraph 8 of the Regulations for the Government of the United States Public Health Service, approved 
bv the President April 1, 1926, reads as follows: "The relative rank of officers of the United States Public 
Health Service with medical officers of the United States Army shall be as follows: Surgeon General with 
Surgeon General of the United States -\rmy; assistant surgeon general and medical director with colonel; 
senior surgeon with lieutenant colonel; surgeon with major; passed assistant surgeon with captain; and 
assistant surgeon with first lieutenant." 

♦In the Official List of Commissioned and Other Officers of the Public Health Service, issued annually, 
complete information is given as to the organization, personnel, activities, hospitals, stations, and vessels 
of the service. This publication can be purchased of the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. 
for 20 cents a copy. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



23 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Z^rffe"— Continued 



J. D. Long 

B .J. Lloyd 

E. Francis 

G. W. McCoy 

L. P. H. Bahrenburg 

B. S. Warren 

J. S. Boggess 

J. T. Burkhalter 

R. H. Creel 

J. W. Trask 

A. D. Foster 

H. McG. Robertson. 
G. L. Collins 

F. H. McKeon 

E. A. Sweet 



Medical director, Washington, D. C 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Medical director, Cleveland, Ohio 

Medical director, Baltimore. Md 

Medical director, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Medical director, Tampa, Fla 

Medical director, San Francisco, Calif — 

Medical director, Baltimore, Md 

Medical director, Boston, Mass 

Medical director, Glasgow, Scotland 

Meilical director, Philadelphia, Pa 

Medical director, .-^t. Louis, Mo 

Medical director, Vienoa, Austria 

W. C. Billings | Senior surgeon, Liverpool, England 

G M. Corput . I Senior surgeon, Montreal, Canada 

E. H. MuUan t o, ■ .,„:, ,.,-_^ ^- ,. 

Hueh de Valin 

M. C. Guthrie 

F. Simpson 

W. M. Bryan 

E. R. Marshall 

E. Krulish 

H. J. Warner 

R. Olesen 

R. M. Grimm 

J. R. Ridlon 

C. M. Fauntleroy 

H. E. Hasseltine 

J. P. Leake 

L. Kolb 

C. P. Knight 

C. T. Messner 

Carl Ramus 

W. A. Korn 

R. L. Wilson 



Norman Roberts i do. 

H. G. Ebert 

H. M. Manning 

J. R. Hurley 

L. R. Thompson 

George Pareher 

Louis Schwartz 

R. H. Reterick 

C. L. Williams 

G. A. Kempf.. 

H. F. White 

L. E. Hooper 

Joseph Bolten 

T.J. Liddell.- 

H. F. Smith 

L. O. Weldon 

W. H. Slaughter 

J. G. Townsend 

J. M. Gillespie 

A. R. Sweeney 

N. E. Wavson 

C. E. Waller 

F. M. Faget 

J. H. Linson '_ 

C. V. Akin 

K.E.Miller 

J. G. Wilson 

C. H. Waring 

O. A. Wheeler 

J. F. Worley 

O. H. Co.x 

M. S. Lombard 

W. F. Tanner 

C. Michel 

R. L. Allen 

S. L. Christian 



Senior surgeon, Ellis Island, X. Y. 

Senior surgeon, Hot Springs, Ark 

Senior surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Senior surgeon, Oslo, Norway 

Senior surgeon. Savannah, Ga 

Senior surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y __. 

Senior surgeon, Minneapolis, Minn 

Senior surgeon, Spokane, Wash 

Senior surgeon, Berlin, Germany 

Senior surgeon, Dublin, Irish Free State.. 

Senior surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Senior surgeon, Charleston, S. C 

Senior surgeon, Washington, D. C 

....do 

Senior surgeon, Dublin. Irish Free State.. 

Senior surgeon. New London, Conn 

Senior dental surgeon, Washington, D. C. 

Surgeon, Boston. Mass 

Surgeon, Port .\rthur, Tex 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 



Surgeon, Providence, R. I 

Surgeon, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 

Surgeon, San Diego, Calif 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Portland, Me 

Surgeon, New York, N. Y 

Surgeon, Los .\ngeles, Calif 

Surgeon, Rosabauk, N. Y 

Surgeon, Warsaw, Poland 

Surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

Surgeon, San Juan, P. R 

Surgeon, Louisville, Ky 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Portland, Oreg 

Surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Surgeon, Naples, Italy 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Boston, Mass. 

Surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Mobile, Ala 

Surgeon, Detroit, Mich 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, Evansville, Ind 

Surgeon, Atlanta, Ga 

Surgeon, .\ntwerp, Belgium 

Surgeon, Milledgeville, Ga 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Surgeon, Port Townsend, Wash 

Surgeon, Key \\est, Fla 

Surgeon, Rosebank, N. Y 

Surgeon, Miami, Fla 

Surgeon, Memphis, Tenn _ 

Surgeon, Norfolk, Va 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Public Health Semce— Con. 
Service at Zarje— Continued 



P. M. Stewart. 

R. R. Spencer 

W. C. Teufel 

R. R. Sayers 

L. L. Williams, jr 

D. J. Prather.- 

G. C. Lake 

W. S. Bean. 

T. B. H. Anderson... 
H. A. Spencer. _ 

E. C. Ernst. 

P. J. Gorman 

J. D. Reichard 

R. E. Tarbett 

L. C. Frank 

V. B. Murray 

C. R. Eskey 

W. T. Harrison 

C. Armstrong 

R. E. Dver 

J. K. Fuller 

R. W. Hart 

Thomas Parran, jr — 

J. W. Tappan 

R. P. Sandidge 

P. D. Mossman 

R. L. Waugh 

H. E. Trimble 

M. V. Ziegler 

J. E. Paris 

M. F. Haralson 

J. F. Mahoney 

R. E. Porter 

J. W. Mountin 

R. L. Robinson 

L. A. Fullerton 

R. R. Tomlin 

L. C. Scully 

F. C. Turner 

M. R. King 

M. V. Veldee... 

L. M. Rogers 

H. A. Rasmussen 

W. Y. HoUingsworth. 

O. M. Spencer 

F. A. Ashford 



L. W. Tucker.. - 

R. D. Lillie 

L. B. Byington. 

F. A. Troie 

R. L. Lawrence. 

G. H. Paget 



C. E. Rice 

G. J. Van Beeck. 
F.J. Halpin 



E. R. Coffey 

A. P. Rumreich. 

E. E. Huber 

E. H. Carnes 



L. F. Badger 

A. E. Russell 

A. J. Aselmeyer... 

R. A. Vonderlehr. 

F. C. Stewart 

J. B. Ryon 

F. R. Brunot 



Surgeon, New York, N. Y 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Ellis Islan<l, N. Y 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Richmond, Va 

Surgeon, Marcus Hook, Pa 

Surgeon, Cologne, Germany 

Surgeon, Mobile, .'Ma 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Warsaw, Poland 

Surgeon, Ellis l.sland, N. Y 

Sanitary engineer, Washington, V). C. 

do 

Surgeon, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

do 

do 

do 

Surgeon, Leavenworth, Kans 

Surgeon, Manila, P. I 

Surgeon, Albany, N. Y 

Surgeon, San Diego, Calif 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Surgeon, San Pedro, Calif 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Genoa, Italy 

Surgeon, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone 

Surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y 

Surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Surgeon, Nashville, Tenn 

Dental surgeon, Buffalo, N. Y 

Surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif 

Surgeon, Brownsville, Tex 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Buffalo, N. Y 

Surgeon, Leavenworth, Kans 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Cobh, Irish Free State 

Surgeon, Manila, P. I 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Passed assistant surgeon, Dublin, Irish Free 

State. 
Passed assistant surgeon. New Orleans, La. . . 
Passed assistant surgeon, Washington, D. C 
Passed assistant surgeon, Nogales, Arizona... 
Passed assistant surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y.. 
Passed a^jistant surgeon, Washington, D. C 
Passed assistant surgeon. Fort Stanton, N. 
Mex. 

Passed assistant surgeon, Rolla, Mo 

Passed assistant surgeon, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Passed assistant surgeon, Southhampton, 

England. 
Passed assistant surgeon, Des Moines, Iowa.. 
Passed assistant surgeon, Washington, D. C 
Passed assistant surgeon, Bremen, Germany. 
Passed assistant surgeon, St. Thomas, Virgin 

Islands. 
Passed assistant surgeon, Washington, D. C... 

do 

Passed assistant surgeon, Prague, Czecho- 
slovakia. 
Passed assistant surgeon, Hamburg, Germany 
Passed assistant surgeon, Hongkong, China.. 
Passed assistant .surgeon, Hamburg, Germany 
Passed assistant surgeon, Manila, P. I 



5 Pay of grade; see footnote 5, p. 22 



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25 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large — Continued 

K. K. Bryant--. -. Passed assistant surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y 

W. U. Senrell, jr Passed assistant surgeon. Washington, D. C 

G. C. Holdt Passed assistant surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

H. L. Skinner Passed assistant surgeon. Savannah, Ga 

C. L. Wilnioth..- Passed assistant surgeon, Siapleton, N. Y 

A. P. Rubiuo Passed assistant surgeon, Manila, P. I 

F. S. Fellows. Passed asisstant surgeon, Portland, Oreg 

W. H. Gordon Passed assistant surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

W. W. Xesbit Passed assistant surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

L. O. Parker Passed assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

E. W. Norris Passed assistant surgeon, Rosebank, N. Y^ 

E. B. -\rc-her Assistant surgeon, Warsaw, Poland 

E. R. Pilikan Assistant surgeon, Manila, P. I 

R. B. Snavely - Assistant surgeon, Liverpool, England 

A. T. Morrison -.. Assistant surgeon, Belfast, Ireland 

L. R. White Assistant surgeon, Palermo, Italy 

G. M. Kunkel Assistant surgeon, Fort Stanton, N. Mex 

J. R. Murdock Assistant surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

J. F. Van Ackeren Assistant surgeon, Naples, Italy 

M. A. Roe Assistant surgeon, Manila, P. I 

H. J. Bush- - Assistant surgeon, Washington, D. C 

D. P. Ross -.. -Assistant surgeon, Chicago, 111 

A. E. Snowe --- Assistant surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y'... 

S.J. Hall Assistant surgeon. Key West, Fla 

W. L. Barnes Assistant surgeon, Washington, D. C 

H. G. Foster - .-- Assistant surgeon, Chicago, 111 



L. C. Watkins. 

P. A. Neal 

R. B. Holt 

G. L. Dunnahoo 

W. C. Plumlee 

E. G. Williams 

W. F. Ossenfort 

0. F. Hedlev .-. 

R. L. Evans 

W. P. GritTey 

J. O. Dean-. 

H. M. Hand 

1. W. Steele 

K. R. Nelson 

II. D. Lvman 

V. M. Iloge 

F. F. Thewatt, jr 

F. W. Kratz. 

Ralph Gregg. ..- 

D.J. Hunt 

E. yi. Gordon 

W. E. Kramer 

J. J. Hewitt 

R. C. Kash 

C. II. Binford 

J. A.. Trautman 

J. A. Bell 

C. B. Spencer 

E. C. Rinck 

A. F. Steinmetz 

A. E. Murphy 

G. A. Abbott 

S. P. Cooper 

G. W. Bolin 

E. T. Ceder 

D. W. Nance 

W. C. Dreessen 

N. B.Hon.. 

E. J. Reneke 

B. S. Bavlor. jr :.. 

C. W. Folsom. .--- 

O. L. Anderson 

C. D. Head, jr 

E. B. Scott -- 

E. M. Holt 



Assistant .surgeon, Detroit, Mich 

Assistant surgeon, Belfast, Ireland 

Assistant surgeon, Stuttgart, Germany 

-\ssistant surgeon, Portland. Me 

Assistant surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Assistant surgeon, Ellio Island, N. Y' 

Assistant surgeon. New Orleans, La 

Assistant surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y" 

.\ssistant surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant surgeon, Rosebapk, N. Y' 

-\ssistant surgeon. Port Townsend, Wash. 

Assistant surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Assistant surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant surgeon. New Y'ork, N. Y' 

Assistant surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Assistant surgeon. New Orleans, La 

.\ssistant surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Assistant surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

do 

Assistant surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Assistant surgeon, Norfolk, Va 

Assistant surgeon, Portland, Me.. 

Assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Assistant surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant surgeon. New Y'ork, N. Y' 

Assistant surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

Assiscan, surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y' 

Assistant surgeon. New Orleans, La 

Assistant surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Assistant surgeon. New Orleans, La 

do 

do 

Assistant surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant surgeon. New Y'ork, N. Y 

Assistant surgeon. New Orleans, La. 

Assistant surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

Assistant surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

.Assistant pharmacist, Washington, D. C 
do. 



I 



Pay of grade; see footnote 5, p. 22. 
119539— 3() 3 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large—Continued 

J. H. White... 


Medical director, waiting orders . 






(5) 


L. L. Williams, sr 


.... do 






(5) 


H. W. Austin .... 


Senior surgeon, waiting orders 






(5) 


J. M. Qassaway . .. 


do ... 






(5) 


G. W. Stoner 


do 






(') 


Fairfax Irwin 


do 






(5) 


C. E. Banks 


.do ......... 1 




(5) 


P. C. Kalloch 


do - 1 




(5) 
(5) 
(«) 
(*) 
(5) 
(5) 
(=) 
(') 
« 
(») 
(') 
(=) 
(') 
(5) 
(«) 

$7,000 
7,000 
7,000 

.=; 200 


W. J. Pettus... 


do ^ 




G. M. Magruder.. 


...do ! 




J. 0. Cobb 


do i . 




G. M. Guiteras 


do L 




G. B. Young 


do 1 




W. G. Stimpson.. 


do - .... 1 




B.W.Brown 


do 






C. H. Gardner 


. ..do.. -.. 






P. M. Carrington .. 


Surgeon, waiting orders .. 






J. A. Nydegger 


.do 






J. H. Oakley . 


do 






L. E. Gofer 


do 






R. E. Ebersole..- 


do 






M. H. Neill 


do 






B. H. Earle 


Passed assistant surgeon, waiting orders 




R. D. Spratt- 


do 




National Institute of Health 
Charles Wardell Stiles.. 


Professor, Washington, D. C 






Claude S. Hudson 


.... do 




Carl Voegtlin 


do 


1 


General Supply Committee 




Ohio... 
Wis.... 


4th 


Edward S. Moores 




1st 3. 40(1 











Pay of grade; see footnote 5, p. 22. 



BUREAU OF THE BUDGET 

(Under the direct control of the President) 



J. Clawson Roop.. _.l Director 

Royall O. Kloeber. j Assistant Director 

Guy F. .\llen ! Executive assistant 

Gordon .\. Ramsay I Assistant to the director. 

Fred W. Wight | do. 

Frsderick J. Bailey _.l do. 

Charles H. Fullaway I do. 

Henry N. Wiseman do. 



Melvin Jones. 

diaries L. Dasher 

J. H. Mackey 

Donald B. MacLeod- 
Ernest W. Gushing.. 
Broivnie H. Kerr 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Chief, Division of Estimates . 

Counsel 

Chief clerk 



111 


1st-... 


D. C .. 




D. C 




111 


ioth... 


Me 


2d 


Vt 


2d 


N. Y... 


19th... 


N. Y... 


35th... 


Ohio... 


12th... 


Ga 


6th.... 


D. C .- 




Md..-. 


5th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Ark.... 


3d 



$10, 000 
9,000 
6,000 
6,400 
6,400 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,600 
5,800 
5,800 
2,800 



WAR DEPARTMENT* 



SECRETARY 

PATRICK JAY HURLEY, OF OKLAHOMA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence ' 



at t Cong. 
""^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



John C. Scofield 

John W. Martyn 

Edwin M. Lawton... 
Frank M. lloadley.-. 

William D. Searle 

ISTary S. Nixon _ 

James G. McFadden. 
Henry C. Lehn ann.. 

Frank B. Bcu;n 

Frank B. Barnes 



Office of The Assistant 
Secretary of War 

Frederick II. Payne 

Brig. Gen. George Van Horn 
Aloseley. 

Col. Charles D. Herron 

Col. Irving J. Carr 

Lieut. Col. James K. Crain 



Office of Assistant Secretary 
of War 



Assistant and chief clerk 

Executive assistant to the Secretary 

Disbursing clerk 

Principal clerk 

Chief, civilian personnel division 

Chief, mail and record division 

Chief, iiostal station 

Chief, printing and advertising division- 
Chief, supply division 

Chief, telephone division 



Ga-. 
Mass... 
D. C. 
Md._.. 
D. C. 
Kv.... 
Pa..,. 
N. Y_. 
R. I.- 
D. C. 



12th... 
14th... 



6th.... 



6th.. 
4th.. 
9th.. 
1st 



F. TruJbee Davison _ 



The Assistant Secretary of War... 

E.\ecutive, office The Assistant Secretary of 
War. 

Executive for reserve afi airs 

Director, Army Industrial College 

Director, current procurement division 



.■Assistant Secretary of War. 



Maj. Delos C. Emmons Executive to Assistant Secretary of War. 

War Department General 

Staff I 

Gen. Charles P. Summerall 

Alaj. Gen. Preston Brown 

Brig. Gen. .Albert J. Bowley... 



Col. Stanley H. Ford 

Brig. Gen. Edward L. King 

Maj. Gen. Ewing E. Booth 

Brig. Gen. George S. Simonds.. 

Lieut. Col. Clement H. Wright. 
Adolf Gerhard . 

Office of the Chief of Cavalry 



Maj. Gen. Guy V. Henry . 

Col. Osmun Latrobe 

Lieut. Col. Robert Blaine. 
Col. Osmun Latrobe 



Chief of StafY 

Deputy Chief of Staff 

Assistant Chief of Staff, personnel division, 
G-1. 

.Assistant Chief of Staff, military intelligence 
division, G-2. 

Assistant Chief of Staff, operations and train- 
ing division, G-3. 

Assistant Chief of Staff, supply division, Q-4 

.\ssistant Chief of Staff, war plans division, 
WPD. 

Secretary of the General'Staff 

Chief Clerk 



Mass. 



N. Y. 



Maj. George S. Patton, jr 

Maj. Oliver L. Haines 

Maj. Robert W. Strong 

Maj. George S. Patton, jr 

Brig. Gen. Abraham G. Lott... 

Col. Samuel MeP. Rutherford. 



Chief of Cavalry 

Executive ofHcer 

Chief, personnel section.. 

Chief, plans and training and matfiriel and 

equipment section. 

Chief, plans and training subsection 

Chief, historical and information section 

Chief, materiel and equipment subsection 

Chief, tactical development section 

Commandant, The Cavalry School, Fort 

Riley, Kans. 
Director, the Cavalry Board, Fort Riley, 

Kans. 



111. 



10th... 



$5,800 
4,800 
3,30fr 
.3,800 
3, 800 
2,900 
2.600 
3,200 
3,200 
2,300 



$10,000 



9,000 

(2) 



(2) 

(') 
(') 

(2) 

(=) 

3,500 



'Complete information as to the organization, area, military posts, and commanding personnel of each 
unit of the United States Military Establishment is given in the Army List and Directory, which is pub- 
lished bimonthly by t!ie War Department. It contains an alphabetical list of all oflBcers of the Army, 
with their serial nuinlier, oreanization. and address. This publication can be obtained only by purchase 
from the Suiierintendenl of Public Documents, Washington, D. C, at 40 cents a copy. 

' The legal residence of civilian officials and employees only is given. 

2 Pay of rank: see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 

27 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Chief of Field 
Artillery 

Maj. Gen. Harry G. Bishop 

Lieut. Col. William Bryden — 
Lieut. Col. Thomas D. Osborne 
Lieut. Col. Donald C. Mc- 
Donald. 

Maj. Ernest J. Dawley 

Maj. John K. Boles 

Master Sergt. Fred Lind 

Brig. Gen. William M.Cruik- 
shank. 



Chief of Field Artillery.. 

Executive. -. 

Chief, personnel section. 
Chief, training section... 



Chief, materiel section 

Chief, war plans section 

Chief clerk 

Commandant, Field Artillery School, Fort 
Sill, Okla. 



Office of the Chief of Coast 
Artillery 

I 
Maj. Gen. John W. Gulick | Chief of Coast Artillery 



CoL H. L. Steele. 

Lieut. Col. Henry T. Burgin. 

Maj. J. B. Crawford... 

Maj. J. H. Cochran 

Hartley I. Sanders 

Maj. Gen. Henry D. Todd... 



Maj. Clair W. Baird. 



Office of the Chief of Infantry 

Maj. Gen. Stephen O. Fuqua... 

Col. Lorenzo D. Gasser 

Col. Charles C. Allen 

Maj. Thomas B. Catron 

Lieut. Col. E. J. Moran. 

Lieut. Col. Edwin Butcher 

Col. F. W. Bugbee 

Brig. Gen. Campbell King 



Col. James K. Parsons. 



Office of the Chief of 
Chaplains 



Chaplain Julian E. Yates 

Chaplain Wilham L. Fisher.... 
Chaplain Walter J. Donoghu... 
Warrant Officer .\ugustus S. 

Goodyear. 
Brig. Gen. Stuart Heintzelman 



Chaplain Thomas J. Lennan.. 

Office of The Adjutant 
General 

Maj. Gen. Charles H. Bridges. 
Brig. Gen. James F. McKinley 
Lieut. Col. Emory S. Adams.. 

Thomas X. O'Brien 

Ronald McDonald 

Andrew J. Sheridan 

Col. Charles C. Smith 

James Gorman 

Col. Edgar T. Conley . 

Luther Frierson 

Col. Paul T. Hayne... -.. 

Ernest R. Graves 

Col. John B. Shuman 

Francis B. Dnscoll... 

Lieut. Col. Alfred J. Booth.... 

John G. Johnson 

Maj. Harry Coope.. 

Louis A. Rosafv-- 

Col. Ralph B. Parrott 



Richard J. Donnelly. 
Harvey B. Gram 



Executive assistant 

Chief, personnel section 

Chief, plans, organization and training section . 

Chief, materiel and finance section 

Chief clerk 

Commandant, Coast Artillery School, Fort 

Monroe, Va. 
Officer in charge, submarine mine depot. Fort 

Totten, N. Y. 



.Mass. 



Chief of Infantry - 

Executive 

Chief, personnel section 

Chief, intelligence section 

Chief, training and inspection section 

Chief, arms, equipment, and finance section.. 
Chief, mobilization and organization section . 
Commandant, The Infantry School, Fort 

Benning, Ga. 
Commandant, The Tank School, Fort 

George G. Meade, Md. 



Chief of Chaplains 

Executive 

Personnel officer. 

Secretary and chief clerk 

Commandant, The Chaplains' School, Fort 
Leavenworth, Kans. 

Director, The Chaplains' School, Fort Leav- 
enworth, Kans. 



The .\djutant General 

.\ssistant The Adjutant General 

.Adjutant general, executive officer 

Chief clerk of bureau 

Assistant chief clerk of bureau 

do 

.\djutant general, reserve division 

Chief clerk, reserve division... 

Adjutant general, officers' division 

Chief clerk, officers' division 

.Adjutant general, enlisted division 

Chief clerk, enlisted division 

Adjutant general, miscellaneous division 

Chief clerk, niiscellaneous division 

Adjutant general, publication division 

Chief clerk, jinblicaiion division 

.Adjutant general, oM records division 

Chief clerk, old records division 

Adjutant general, World War division and 
selective service division. 

Chief clerk. World War division 

Chief clerk, selective service division 



Me 

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



Conn. 



Va. 



Pa 7th. 

Xebr...l 2d- 



8th. 



1st.. 
40th. 



8th.... 



Conn. 

'H'.c'.'. 



2d., 
"eth" 



D.C. 
Ohio.. 



16th. 



3,200 
2,800 



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29 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICI.^L TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Office of The Adjutant 

General— Continued 

Col. Ilarvcv W. Miller . 


.\djutant general, war plans section, execu- 
tive division. 

Chief clerk, information section, executive 
division. 

Chief clerk, mail and miscellaneous files 
section, executive division. 

Chief clerk, department and office personnel 
section, executive division. 

Chief clerk, policy and historical section, 
executive division. 

Inspector General . 






W 


Jesse li Powell 


N.C... 
Kans... 
Md.... 
Fla 


2d 

5th.-.. 
3d 

4th.... 


$3, 100 


Walter Keeton 


3,100 


Sidney H. Kent 


2,900 




2,700 


Office of the Inspector 
General 

Maj. Gen. Hugh A. Drum 

Col. John F. Preston . 


(2) 








(0 




Chief, inspections division . 






(2) 


Col H C. Merriam 


Chief, investigations division 






(}) 




Chief, money accounts division 






(2) 


John D Parker 


Chief clerk 


Va 


8th.... 


2,800 


Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Maj. Gen. Edward A. Kreger 


Judge Advocate General . . 


(2) 










(2) 


Maj. William A. Turnbull 


Judge advocate, chief, military justice section. 
Judge advocate, chief, militarv affairs section. 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. Allen W. Gullion 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. Hugh C. Smith. .. 


Judge advocate, chief, contracts and reserva- 
tions section. 

Judge advocate, chief, claims and bonds sec- 
tion. 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. William A. Graham 






(') 


Lieut. Col. Joseph I. McMul- 






(2) 


len. 
Maj. Edwin C. McNeil . . 


Judge advocate, cliairman, board of review 

(court-martial) . 
Chief clerk and solicitor _ L... 






(-) 


Edwin B. Pitts 


Md.... 


5th.... 


3,500 


Office of the Quartermaster 
General 

Maj. Gen. J. L. DeWitt 




(') 


Lieut. Col. Richard H. Jordan 








(^) 


Col. William R. Gibson 








« 


Brig. Gen. Louis H. Bash 








(2) 


Brig. Gen. H. C. AVhitehead 


Chief, supply division 






(*) 










(2) 


Fred M. Cunley. 


Chief clerk.. 


Md..._ 


5th.... 


3,500 


Quartermaster Corps 
Lieut. Col. Frank E. Davis 1 


Commanding officer, Boston Q. M. depot, 

Boston, Mass. 
Commanding officer, Chicago Q. TvL depot, 

Chicago, 111. 
Commanding officer, Jeffersonville Q. M. 

depot, Jeffersonville, Ind. 
Commanding officer. New Orleans Q. M. 

depot. New Orleans, La. 
Commanding officer, Philadelphia Q. I\L 

depot, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Quartermaster, Second and Arsenal Streets, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Commanding officer, Seattle Q.M. depot, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Commanding officer, Holabird Q.M. depot, 

(motor transport), Baltimore, Md. 
Commanding officer, Normoyle Q.M. depot, 

(motor transport), San Antonio, Tex. 
Commanding otficer. Front Royal Q.M. de- 
pot, Front Royal. Va. 
Commanding officer, Reno Q.AL depot, Fort 

Reno. Okla. 


(2) 


Lieut. Col. ClilTord L. Corhin. 






f2) 


Col. Frederick W. Van Duvne 






(2) 


Capt. James Sproule. 






(0 


Col. Clyffard Game 






(^) 


Maj. George Luberoff 






(^) 


Capt. Harrv M. Andrews 






(^) 


Col. E. S. Staver . : 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. William F. Jones, 






(') 


F. A. 
Lieut. Col. Stephen C. Rey- 






(0 


nolds. 1 
Maj. Henry J. Weeks t 






(?) 


1 









2 Pay of rank; see .\rmy Pay Tables in Appendix. 



30 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Quartermaster 

General— Continued 

QuartermasteT Corps— Con. 



Maj. Sumner M. Williams. 
Lieut. Col. A. B. Warfleld. 



Lieut.Col. Charles G.Mortimer. 
Lieut. Col. Claire R. Bennett.. 

Col. Ernest H. Agnew 

Col. L. L. Deitrick 

Capt. Harry B. Smith 

Maj. Alfred M. Wilson 

Col. Richard T. Ellis 



Office of the Chief 
Finance 

Maj. Gen. R. L. Carmichael. 

Col. F. W. Coleman... 

Col. E. A. Hickman 



Maj. A. H. Brown 

Lieut. Col. M. C. Bristol. 
Maj. A. J. Maxwell 



Col. Hilden Olin. 



F. G. Gardiner.... 

A. Rogers 

T. F. Bailey 

George R. Taylor. 

E. P. Cowgill 

Lloyd Boose 

J. L. Apple 

E. G. Landon 

K. C. Geren 



Finance Department at Large* 

Col. R. S. Offley 

Maj. J. B. Harper 



Capt. P. A. Scholl... 

John G. Scrivener 

Maj. S. B. Armat 

Maj. O. W. Gralund- 
Capt. A. O. Walsh... 



Office of the Surgeon General 

Maj. Gen. Merritte W. Ireland. 
Brig. Gen. Henry C. Fisher 

Col. Albert E. Truby.. 



Col. John B. Huggins 

Col. S.J. Morris 

Col. W. P. Chamberlain. 
Maj. William B. Borden. 

Col. J. R. Bernheim 

Col. Walter Phraser 

Col. P. M. Ashburn 



Maj. .Tames E. Ash 

Maj. Julia C. Stimson. 
Bertis B. Thompson... 



Commanding officer, Robinson Q.M. depot, 
Fort Robinson, Nebr. 

Q.M. supply officer, New York general de- 
pot, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Q.M. supply officer, Washington general de- 
pot, Washington, D. C. 

Q.M. supply officer, San Francisco general 
depot, San Francisco, Calif. 

Q.M. supply officer. Eighth Corps .\rea 
general depot. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 

Q.M. supply officer, Columbus general depot, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Q.M. supply officer, Schenectady general de- 
pot, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Q.M. supply oflcer. New Cumberland gen- 
eral depot. New Cumberland, Pa. 

Chief, American graves registration service, 
Q.M.C. in Europe, Paris, France. 



C hief of Finance 

Assistant C hief of Finance 

In charge, estimates and apportionments 
division. 

Executive officer 

Personnel and war plans officer 

In charge, advisory and administrative divi- 
sion. 
In charge, property accounting and contract 
audit division. 

Assistant to Chief of Finance. 

Chief Clerk 

.\uditor. Red Cross 

Chief, estimates and apportionments division 
Chief, advisory and administrative division.. 

Chief, personnel and war plans division 

Chief, accounting division 

Chief, money accounts examination division. 
Chief, property accounts and contract audit 
division. 



Ala 2d 

Ind 9th 

Mass... 
N. Y._. 
Md_... 
Md.... 

Pa 

Ohio... 
Tenn... 



Finance officer, D. C 

Chief, money accounts, allotment and bond, 
and pay and mileage branches. 

Chief, transportation branch.. _ 

Chief clerk 

Finance officer. Army medical center, D. C_, 
Commandant, Finance School, D. C 

Property auditor, district of Washington 



Md.... 



Surgeon General 

Assistant; chief, planning and training divi- 
sion. 
E.xecutive officer; chief, administrative divi- 
sion; chief, inspection division. 

Chief, finance and supply division.. 

Chief, personnel division 

Chief, professional service division.. 

Chief, vital statistics division 

Chief, dental division. 

Chief, veterinary division.. 

Chief, library division; librarian, .\rmy 
Medical Library. 

Curator, .\rmy Medical Museum 

Superintendent, Army Nurse Corps 

Chief clerk 



2d. 

28th. 

5th.. 

6th.. 

27th. 

12th. 

3d._. 



6th. 



Ind.... 6th. 



* Offices of the Finance Department at Large are maintained in the following places: Boston, Mass.; 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Baltimore, Md.; Fort Monroe, Va.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Washington, D. C; Fort 
McPherson, Ga.; Fort Hayes, Ohio; Jelfersonville, Ind.; Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, Mo.; Omaha, Nebr.; 
Fort Sam Houston, Tex.; Fort Bliss, Tex.; San Francisco, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; Vancouver Barracks, 
Wash.; Fort Mac.\rthur, Calif. 

' Pay of rank; see .\rmy Pay Tables in .Appendix. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



31 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State *^°°S- 
^'^'® dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



OfBce of the Surgeon General — 

Continued 

Medical Department of the 
Army 

Brig. Gen. Carl R. DarnalL... 



Col. Charles F. Craig. 



Col. Edward B. Vedder 

Lieut. Col. Frank L. K. La- 
flamme. 

Maj. George H. Koon 

First Lieut. Marv W. Tobin.. 
Col. Charles R. Reynolds 



Col. William J. Lyster. 



Col. Wallace DeWitt.. 
Col. Paul S. Halloran. 



Col. William H. Moncrief 

Col. Raymond F. Metcalfe 

Col. Louis Brechemin, jr 

Office of the Chief of Engineers 



Maj. Gen. Lytle Brown 

Brig. Gen. George B. Pillsbury. 
Lieut. Col. Robert R. Ralston. 

Claude Lindsey 

Robert W. Chaffee ..-. 

George W. Koonce 

Herbert L. Buell 

Joseph C. Letts — 



Engineer Department at Large 

Col. William J. Barden 

Col. Harley B. Ferguson 

Col. Edward M. Markham 

Col. George R. Spalding 

Brig. Qen. Thomas H. Jackson- 



Lieut. Col. Mark Brooke. 
Col. Gustave R. Lukesh.. 



Lieut. Col. Thomas M. Robins. 

Lieut. Col. Warren T. Hannum 

Col. Sherwood A. Cheney 

Maj. Eugene Reybold 

Maj. Notley Y. DuHamel 

Maj. Lewis H. Watkins... 

Lieut. Col. William C. Weeks.. 



Maj. Herbert J. Wild... 

Lieut. Col. Roger G. Powell... 

Maj. David McCoach, jr 

Maj. Peter C. Bullard 

Maj. Milo P. Fox 

Maj. Robert W. Crawford 



Commanding officer, Army Medical Center 
and Waiter Reed General Hospital; com- 
mandant, Medical Service Schools, D. C. 

Assistant commandant. Medical Service 
Schools, D. C. 

Director, Army Medical School, D. C 

Director, Army Dental School, D. C 



Director, Army Veterinary School, D. C 

Director, Army School of Nursing, D. C 

Commandant, Medical Field Service School, 
Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 

Commanding officer. Army and Navy Gen- 
eral Hospital, Hot Springs National Park, 
Ark. 

Commanding officer, Letterman General 
Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Fitzsimons General 
Hospital, Fitzsimons Station, Denver, 
Colo. 

Commanding officer, AVilliam Beaumont 
General Hospital, El Paso, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Tripler General Hos- 
pital, Honolulu, T. H. 

Commanding officer, Sternberg General Hos- 
pital, Manila, P. I. 



Chief of Engineers 

Assistant Chief of Engineers 

Assistant to Chief of Engineers 

Chief clerk 

Principal engineer, river and harbor works 

Law officer 

Senior engineer, miscellaneous civil works 

Senior engineer, fortification works 



Pa 

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



6th.. 
9th.. 
3d... 
40th. 
1st.. 



Division engineer. North Atlantic division. 

New York City. 
Division engineer. South Atlantic division, 

Norfolk, Va. 
Division engineer. Great Lakes division, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Division engineer. Upper Mississippi Valley 

division, St. Louis, Mo. 
Division engineer, Lower Mississippi Valley 

division, president Mississippi River Com- 
mission, Vicksburg, Miss. 
Division engineer. Gulf of Mexico division, 

New Orleans, La. 
Division engineer, North Pacific division, 

Portland, Oreg. 
Division engineer. South Pacific division, San 

Francisco, Calif. 

District engineer, Baltimore, Md 

District engineer, Boston, Mass 

District engineer, Buffalo, N. Y 

District engineer, Charleston, S. C 

District engineer, Chattanooga, Tenn 

District engineer. First Chicago district, 

Chicago, 111. 
District engineer, Second Chicago district, 

Chicago, 111. 

District engineer, Cincinnati, Ohio 

District engineer, Detroit, Mich 

District engineer, Duluth. Minn.. 

District engineer, Galveston, Tex 

District engineer, Honolulu, Hawaii 



(') 



(2) 

m 

$3, 800 
6,000 
5,600 
4,800 
5,600 



(2) 

(2) 
{') 

(.') 
(«) 
(2) 

(.n 
(S) 
« 

(') 

m 
(») 
(=) 
(2) 



2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



32 



Official Register of the United States, 19S0 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
Mich. 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 



engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 

engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 
engineer, 



Huntington, W. Va 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Juneau, Alaska 

Kansas City, Mo 

The Lake Survey, Detroit, 



Los Angeles, Calif. 

Louisville, Ky 

Manila, P. I 

Memphis, Tenn 

Milwaukee, Wis... 
Mobile, Ala 



Office of the Chief of Engi- 
neers — Continued 

Engineer Deparlmeni at Large- 
Continued 

Maj. Edward D. -Ardery 

Lieut. Col. Laurence V. Frazier 

Maj. Malcolm Elliott 

Maj. Gordon R. Young 

Maj. James W. Bagley 

Maj. William H. Lanagan 

Lieut. Col. Roger G. Powell. _ 
Lieut. Col. Robert S. Thomas.. 
Lieut. Col. Francis B. Wilby.. 

Lieut. Col. John J. Kingman 

Lieut. Col. William D. A. 
Anderson. 

Maj. Leon E. Lyon 

Maj. Frank S. Besson. 

Maj. Raymond F. Fowler 

Maj. William H. Holcombe 

Col. George M. Hoffman 

Lieut. Col. Ralph T. Ward 

Lieut. Col. Henry C. Jewett 

Maj. Lehman W. Miller 

Col. Earl I. Brown. 

Lieut. Col. Jarvis J. Bain 

Lieut. Col. Oustave R. Lukesh 

Maj. Frederick S. Skinner 

Maj. Charles L. Hall 

Lieut. Col. Wildurr Willing 

Maj. John C. Gotwals 

Maj. Elihu H. Ropes 

Maj. John R. D. Matheson 

Maj. Douglas L. Weart 

Maj. John S. Butler 

Maj. John C. H. Lee 

Maj. B. B. Somervell 

Lieut. Col. Robert P. Howell.. 
Maj. William A. Snow 

Board of Engineers for Rivers 
and Harbors, Washington, 
J), C, 



Lieut. Col. J. J. Loving Resident member 

Capt. A. B. Jones .j Assistant to resident member 

First Lieut. John P. Dean ' do 

H. W. Hobbs ' Senior engineer, e.\ecutive secretary . 

Theodore R. Vogel... ...! Engineer, naval architect. 

Granville Smith | Engineer, mechanical 

William Gerig [ Senior engineer, mechanical 

C. H. Qiroux Senior engineer, electrical 

Harry L. Freer ' Chief clerk 



Legal residence 



State 



District engineer, Montgomery, Ala 

District engineer, Nashville, Tenn 

District engineer. First New Orleans district. 

New Orleans, La. 
District engineer. Second New Orleans dis- 
trict. New Orleans, La. 
District engineer. First New York district. 

New York City. 
District engineer, second and third New York 
and Porto Rico districts. New York City. 

District engineer, Norfolk, Va 

District engineer, Panama district, Balboa 
Heights, Canal Zone. 

District engineer, Philadelphia, Pa 

District engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa 

District engineer, Portland, Oreg 

District engineer. Providence, R.I 

District engineer, Rock Island, 111 

District engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

District engineer, St. Louis, Mo 

District engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

District engineer, Sacramento, Calif 

District engineer. Savannah district, Georgia. 

District engineer, Seattle, Wash ] 

District engineer, Vicksburg, Miss 

District engineer, Washington, D. C 

District engineer, Wilmington, Del 

District engineer, Wilmington, N. C 



Office of the Chief of 
Ordnance 



Maj. Gen. Samuel Hof Chief of Ordnance.. 

Brig. Gen. C. L'H. Ruggles ' Assistant 

Brig. Gen. W. H. Tschappat...! Assistant 

Maj. O.J. Gatchell.- Executive assistant. 

Colin E. McRae Chief clerk 



Ordnance Department at Large 

Lieut. Col. E. M. Shinkle Commanding officer, Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md. 

Maj. Oscar Krupp \ Commanding officer, Augusta .\rsenal, 

i Augusta, Ga. 

Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



Me.. 
S. C. 

Md. 



N. Y. 
D. C. 



Ark. 



Cong, 
dist. 



1st.. 
2d... 
4th.. 



30th.. 



-th. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



33 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Olflce of the Chief of Ord- 
nance—Continued 



Ordnance Department at Large- 
Continued 



Maj. Q. F. Lemon - 
Howard Bruce 



Maj. J. B. Gillespie 

Col. John Stephen Sewell (Eng. 

Res.). 
First Lieut. D. N. Hauseman,. 
Col. Charles H. Tenney (Ord. 

Res.). 

IMaj. Roger Taylor 

Col. B. A. Franklin (Ord. Res.). 



Maj. J. K. Clement 

Col. Ledyard Cogswell, jr. (Ord. 
Res.). 

Maj. K. F. Adamson 

Capt. L. A. Miller 



Maj. H. L. Rice. 
E. A. Russell 



Capt. W. H. Soderholm 

Col. C. L. Harrison (Aux. Res.). 



Maj. C. A. Walker. 
Henry C. Osborn.. 



Maj. W. A. Borden. 

Warrant Officer Lewis C. Dy- 

sart. 
Lieut. Col. J. H. Read 



Maj. C. C. Terry 

Col. Henry A. O'Dell (Ord. 
Res.). 

Maj. C. M. Steese 

Capt. H. A. Willis 

Capt. J. E. Brown _-. 



Maj. R. H. Hannum 

Lieut. Col. J. E. Munroe.. 
Lieut. Col. G. H. Stewart. 



Warrant Officer George A. 

Dingee. 
Warrant Officer James M. 

Piercy. 

Maj. James L. Walsh (rtd.) 

Maj. P. R. Faymonville 

First Lieut. Harrison Shaler... 

Tech. Sergt. Joseph Zaine 

Lieut. Col. L. B. Moody 



John C. Jones- 



Maj. W. L. Clark 

Lieut. Col. R. W. Case. 



Maj. J. B. Rose 

Maj. J. Q. McDonald 

Ralph M. Dravo 

Capt. Fred A. McMahon. 



Commanding officer, Benicia Arsenal, Be- 

nicia, Calif. 
District chief, Baltimore (Md.) ordnance 

district. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Birmingham (Ala.) ordnance 

district. 

Executive assistant . 

District chief, Boston (Mass.) ordnance 

district. 

E.xecutive assistant.- 

District chief, Bridgeport ordnance office, 

Springfield, Mass. 

E.xecut ive assistant 

District chief, Buffalo ordnance district, 

Watervliet Arsenal, N. Y. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance officer, Fort George G. Meade, 

Md. 
Commanding officer, Charleston ordnance 

depot, Charleston, S. C. 
District chief, Chicago ordnance district, 

Chicago, 111. 

E.\ecutive assistant.-, 

District chief, Cincinnati ordnance district, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Cleveland ordnance distri-jt, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

E xecu t i ve assistant 

Ordnance supply officer, Columbus general 

depot, Columbus, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Curtis Bay ordnance 

depot, Curtis Bay, Md. 
Commanding officer, Delaware ordnance 

depot, Pedricktown, N. J. 
District chief, Detroit ordnance district, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance officer, Edgewood Arsenal, Md 

Ordnance officer, Erie ordnance depot, 

Lacarne, Ohio. 
Ordnance officer. Field Artillery School, Fort 

Sill, Okla. 
Commanding officer, Frankford Arsenal, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Commanding officer, Hawaiian ordnance 

depot, Honolulu, T. H. 
Ordnance supply officer, general depot, New 

Cumberland, Pa. 
Ordnance supply officer, quartermaster inter- 

nieJiate depot. New Orleans, La. 
District chief. New York ordnance district... 

Executive officer 

Assistant chief 

Ogden ordnance reserve depot, Ogden, Utah. 
Department ordnance officer, Panama Canal 

Department. 
District chief, Philadelphia (Pa.) ordnance 

office. 

Executive assistant 

Commanding officer, Philippine ordnance 

depot. 
Commanding officer, Picatinny Arsenal, 

Dover, N. J. 
Commanding officer, Nansemond ordnance 

depot, Portsmouth, Va. 
District chief, Pittsburgli (Pa ) ordnance 

district. 
Executive assistant 



Md. 



Pa. 



5th.... 



10th. 



9th.. 



34th- 



m 



(») 



' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in .\ppendix. 



34 Official Register of the United States, 1930 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Chief of Ord- 
nance—Continued 

Ordnance Department at Large- 
Continued 

Maj. J. II. Burns 



Col. David M. King. 
M. E. Singleton 



Capt. L. J. Dillon.... 
Maj. C. M. Roberts. 



Col. Bruce Cornwall. 



Lieut. Col. M. L. Brett. 
Maj. George Graham 



Warrant OfEcer William J. 

Rusch. 
Col. J. W. Joyes 



Warrant Officer Anthony 

Poyet. 
Fred W. Robinson 



Col. T. C. Dickson. 



F. C. Langenberg 

Col. H. W. Schull 

Master Sergt. Elmer Kemp 

Office of the Chief Signal 
Officer 

Maj. Gen. George S. Gibbs 

Col. George E. Kumpe 

H. S. riynn.. _.__ 



Signal Service at Large 



Maj. John C. Piatt, jr. 
Frederic Reichenbach. 
Lawrence A. Morris... 
Col. James B. Allison. 



Harry O. Phair.. 

David A. Burke 

Lieut. Col. Consuelo A. Seoane. 



Irwin C. Hackensmith. 
Col. Irving J. Carr 



Walter R. Taylor 

Maj. Frank D. Applin. 



Joseph N. Craver... 

Lieut. Col. William R. Pope.. 
(Vacancy)- 

Lieut. Col. Goodwin Compton 



Robert C. Kibbie.. _. 

Lieut. Col. Walter E. Prosser. 



Harold I. Aiken 

Lieut. Col. John E. Hemphill. 



Walter S. MacDonald. 
Joshua L. Bach 



William L. Winner. 



Commanding ofiTicer, Raritan .Arsenal, Me- 
tuchen, N. J., and commandant. Ordnance 
Specialists' School. 

Commanding officer. Rock Island Arsenal, 
111. 

District chief, St. Louis (Mo.) ordnance dis- 
trict. 

Executive assistant 

Commanding officer, San Antonio Arsenal, 
Tex. 

District chief, San Francisco (Calif.) ordnance 
district. 

Executive assistant 

Commanding officer. Savanna ordnance de- 
pot, Savanna, 111. 

Ordnance supply officer, Schenectady general 
depot. 

Commanding officer, Springfield Armory, 
Mass. 

Commanding officer, U. S. nitrate plant No. 
2, Muscle Shoals, Ala. 

Chief clerk, U. S. nitrate plant No. 2, Muscle 
Shoals, Ala. 

Commanding officer and commandant of 
Ordnance School, Watertown Arsenal, 
Watertown, Mass. 

Director of laboratories, Watertown .A.rsenal, 
Watertown, Mass. 

Commanding officer, Watervliet Arsenal, 
Watervliet, N. Y. 

Commanding Wingate ordnance depot 



Ala__. 



8th. 



Mass.. 



8th.... 



Chief Signal Officer. 

Executive officer 

Civilian assistant.. _ 



D. C. 



Signal officer. First Corps Area, Boston Mass. 

Electrical engineer, Boston, Mass 

Chief clerk, Boston, Mass. 

Signal officer. Second Corps Area, Governors 

Island, N. Y. 
Electrical engineer. Governors Island, N. Y.. 
Civilian assistant. Governors Island, N. Y... 
Signal oflScer, Third Corps .\rea, Baltimore, 

Md. 

Electrical engineer, Baltimore Md 

Signal officer. Fourth Corps Area, Atlanta, 

Ga. 

Electrical engineer, Atlanta, Ga. 

Signal officer, Fifth Corps Area, Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Radio inspector, Columbus, Ohio 

Signal officer. Sixth Corps Area, Chicago, 111.. 

Chief clerk, Chicago, 111 

Signal officer. Seventh Corps Area, Omaha, 

Nebr. 

Chief clerk, Omaha, Nebr. 

Signal officer, Eighth Corps Area, Fort Sam 

Houston, Tex. 
Electrical assistant. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
Signal officer. Ninth Corps Area, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Electrical engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

Telephone plant engineer, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Assistant radio engineer, San Francisco, Calif. 



Mass- 
Mass. 



nth. 

12th. 



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



4th.. 
15th. 



111. 



10th. 



N. C. 



Ohio. 



1st. 



(2) 



n 



$1 



{'') 
(2) 
(2) 
(2) 

3,000 

(2) 

28 p. d. 

(2) 
(') 



(2) 
3,400 



0) 

3,200 
2,600 
(^) 

3,200 
3,200 

(2) 

3,200 

(2) 

3,200 
Q) 

2,600 
(') 



111. 



D. C. 



2d. 



Mass... 9th.. 



(^) 

2,500 

(2) 

2,600 

3,200 
2,900 

2,700 



2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



35 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Chief Signal 

Officer— Continued 

Signal Service at Large— Contd. 



Fred J. Scott 

Maj. Roger B. Colton. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Henry Caldwell 

Lieut. Col. John C. Moore- 



Edward A. Levy. 

Carl P. LindQuist 

Claude H. Deitrick 

Lieut. Col. Sebring C. MegilL 



Leonard \V. Osborne 

Marv F. Dee -- 

Lieut. Col. Frank J. Griffin, 



Henry Winter . 

Charles Murphy 

J. B. L. Hickerson 

Col. Arthur S. Cowan. 

Ralph T. Kendall 

John D. Sullivan 

Capt. Tom C. Rives... 



Maj. Clyde L. Eastman. 



Frank Prina 

John E. Lynch 

Samuel H. Miller 

Maj. Stanley L. James. 



Curtis W. Thomas _. 

Charley M. Happ._ 

James J. Fitzgerald 

Capt. Murray B. Dilley. 



James R. Taylor 

R. C. Vrooman 

Maj. Stewart W. Stanley. 



Henry Dunn. 



Office of the Chief of the 
Air Corps 

Maj. Gen. James E. Fechet.. 
Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois 

Maj. Walter G. Kilner 

Capt. Lynwood B. Jacobs... 
John J. MuUaney 



Air Corps at Large 

Maj. Robert L. Walsh 

Maj. Martin F. Scanlon 

Maj. George E. Lovell, jr 

Maj. George E. A. Reinburg... 

Capt. Ralph H. Wooten 

First Lieut. Phillips Melville... 

Brig. Gen. Charles H. Dan- 
forth. 



Chief clerk, San Francisco, Calif 

Signal ollic-cr, Panama Canal Department, 

Balboa Heights, C. Z. 
Electrical Assistant, Balboa Heights, C. Z..., 
Signal oflicer, Hawaiian Department, Hono- 
lulu, H. T. 

Chief Clerk, Balboa Heights, C. Z_ 

Electrical engineer, Honolulu, H. T 

Chief clerk, Honolulu, H. T 

Signal officer, Philippine Department, Ma- 
nila, P. I. 

Electrical engineer, Manila, P. I 

Chief clerk, Manila, P. I 

Officer in charge, Washington-Alaska military 
cable and telegraph system, Seattle, Wash. 

Cable engineer, Seattle, Wash 

Traffic superintendent, Seattle, Wash 

Officer manager, Seattle, Wash 

Commanding officer, Fort Monmouth, N. J.. 

Radio engineer, Fort Monmouth, N. J 

Principal clerk, Fort Monmouth, N. J_ 

Commanding officer, S. C. aircraft radio lab- 
oratory, McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio. 
Signal supply and procurement officer. New 
York general intermediate depot, South 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Senior inspector 

Chief clerk, depot 

Chief clerk, procurement 

Signal supply and prociu-ement officer, 
Chicago quartermaster intermediate depot, 
Chicago, 111. 

Electrical assistant, Chicago, 111 

Chief clerk, procurement 

Principal clerk, depot 

Signal supply officer, Eighth Corps Area, 

general depot. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
Military storekeeper, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
Military storekeeper, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
Signal supply and procurement officer, San 
Francisco general intermediate depot, Fort 
Mason, Calif. 
Military storekeeper, Fort Mason, Calif. 



Chief of Air Corps 

-Assistant Chief of .\ir Corps. 

Executive officer 

Assistant executive officer 

Chief clerk 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex.. 
N. Y. 



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



Cong, 
dist. 



19th. 
14th. 
10th. 



111... 
P. I- 



D. C. 

Wash. 
Tenn.. 



N. J... 
Mass.. 



N. J.. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 



lOtb... 



1st.. 
6th„ 



13th... 



15th. 
8th.. 



IlL— 
Ohio. 
IlL... 



6th.. 
15th. 
6th.. 



Tex.. 
Tex.. 



Mo. 



Assistant military attach^ for aviation, 

Paris, France. 
Assistant military attache for aviation, 

London, England. 
Assistant military attache for aviation, 

Rome, Italy. 
Assistant military attache for aviation, 

Berlin, Germany. 
Assistant military attache for air, Santiago, 

Chile. 
Assistant military attache for air, Habana, 

Cuba. 
Commanding general. Air Corps Training 

Center, San Antonio, Tex. 



D. C. 



14th. 
14th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$2, 600 

{') 

3,100 

(-) 

2,800 
3,100 
2,700 

(2) 

2,900 
2,800 

(-) 

5,600 
3,100 
3,400 

4,200 
2,300 



3,200 
3,100 
3,000 



2,400 
2,700 
2,600 

1,860 
1,920 

(•; 



1,920 



(2) 
3,400 



'Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in .\ppendix. 



36 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Chief of the 

Air Corps— Continued 

Air Corps at Z/orge— Continued 

Brig. Gen. H. C. Pratt 

Maj. Leslie MacDill 

Air Depots 

Maj. Albert L. Sneed 

First Lieut. L. R. Hewitt 

Maj. Junius H. Houghton 

Maj. Barton K. Yount 

Maj. Augustine W. Robins 

Offices of Procurement Plan- 
ning Representatives 

Capt. Arthur J. Melanson 

First Lieut. James C. Cluck--. 

Col. Ira F. Fravel 

Lieut. Col. Archie W. Barry-.. 

Maj. William H. Crom 

Capt. Joseph L. Stromme 

District Procurement Offices 

J. A. McDonnell 

Flying Fields 



Maj. Howard C. Davidson 

Maj. Shepler W. Fitz Gerald. . 
Lieut. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest 

Capt. Walter F. Kraus 



Maj. James E. Chaney 

Lieut. Col. Roy C. Kirtland. 

Maj. Walter R. Weaver 

Maj. Joseph T. McNarney..- 



Chief, materiel division, Wright Field, 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, Wright Field, Day- 
ton, Ohio. 



Commanding officer, Fairfield air depot, 

Fairfield, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Little Rock air depot, 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Commanding officer, Middletown air depot, 

Middletown, Pa. 
Commanding officer, Rockwell air depot, 

Coronado, Calif. 
Commanding officer, San Antonio air depot, 

San -Antonio, Te.\. 



Procurement planning representative, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Procurement planning representative, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Procurement planning representative. New 
York, X. Y. 

Procurement planning representative, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Procurement planning representative, 
Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. 

Procurement planning representative, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 



District manager, .Air Service procurement 
section. New York City. 



Lieut. Col. John H. Howard. . 
Maj. John N. Reynolds 



Lieut. Col. John A. Paegelow. 
Maj. George II. Brett 



Capt. Christopher W. Ford. 
Capt. Floyd E. Galloway.-. 



First Lieut. William R. Sweeley. 
Capt. John G. Colgan 



First Lieut. AlpheusR. McCon- 

nell. 
First Lieut. Samuel C. Eaton, 

jr. 
First Lieut. Kenneth Garrett - . 

First Lieut. Emile T. Kennedy. 



Commanding officer, Boiling Field, D. C 

Commanding officer, Brooks Field, Tex 

Commanding officer, Chanute Field, Ran- 

toul, 111. 
Commanding officer, Crissy Field, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Kelly Field, Tex 

Commanding officer, Langley Field, Va 

Commanding officer, March Field, Calif 

Commanding officer, IMaxwell Field, Mont- 
gomery, -\la. 
Commanding officer, Mitchel Field, N. Y.-. 
Commanding officer, 49th Bombardment 
Squadron, Aberdeen Proving Ground, 
Md. 

Commanding officer, Scott Field, HI 

Commanding officer, Selfridge Field, Mount 
Clemens, Mich. 



Commanding officer, 
Commanding officer, 

sontown, Ky. 
Commanding officer, 

Monica, Calif. 
Commanding officer, 

cinnati, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, 

bus, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Commanding officer, 

Benj. Harrison, Ind 
Commanding officer, 

Seattle, Wash. 



Boston airport, Mass.-. 
Bowman Field, Jeffer- 

Clover Field, Santa 
Lunken airport, Cin- 
Norton Field, Colum- 
, Pittsburgh airport, 

Schoen Field, Fort 
Sand Point .Airdrome, 



(0 
(») 

(') 

{') 
$4, 200 



(2) 

(?) 
{') 
{') 

(2) 



Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



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37 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Chief of the 

Air Corps— Continued 

Airdromes— Continued 

First Lieut. Carleton F. Bond . 

First Lieut. Russell L. Mau- 

ghan. 
Capt. William B. Wright, jr... 
First Lieut. Harry Weddington 



Maj. Davenport Johnson. 
Capt. Robin A. Day 



Maj. Eugene A. Lohman 

Maj. Robert E. L. Goolrick. 

Capt. Alfred I. Puryear 

Maj. Lewis H. Brereton 



Bureau of Insular Affairs 

Brig. Gen. Francis Le Jau Far- 
Lieut. Col. Creed F. Co.x 

Maj. D. ^L Ashbridge 

J. F. Welch 



GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIP- 
PINE ISLANDS 

Manila 



Dwight F. DaTis- 
( Vacancy) 



Honorio Ventura.. 

Miguel Unson 

Jose Abad Santos. 
Rafael Alunan 



Filemon E. Perez 

Manuel L. Quezon.. _ 

Manuel Roxas 

Creed C. Hammond. 

Paciano Dizon 

Camilo Osias 

Pedro Guevara 

Ramon Avancena 

E. Finley Johnson.. - 

Thomas A. Street 

George A. Malcolm.. 

Ignacio Villamor 

James Ostrand 

Charles A. Johns 

Norberto Romualdez. 
Antonio Villa-Real... 



GOVERNMENT OF PORTO RICO 

San Juan 

Theodore Roosevelt 

James R. Beverley 

Manuel V. Domenech 

Guillermo Esteves.. 

Jose Padin 

Carlos E. Chardon... 

Dr. Pedro N. Ortiz 

Leslie A. MacLeod 

E. J. Saldana 

Emilio del Toro 

Adolph O. Wolf 

Pedro de .\ldrey 

Harvey M. Hutchison ... 

Jacinto Texidor 

Felix Cordova Davila... 



OFFICI.\L TITLE .VND ST.VTION 



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



Commanding officer, Pearson Field, Van- 
couver Barracks, Wash. 
Woodward Field, Salt Lake City, Utah 



Richards Field, Kansas City, Mo 

Commanding officer, Love Field, Dallas, 
Tex. 

Fort Crockett, Tex., 3d attack group 

Fort Leavenworth, Kans., Air Corps detach- 
ment. 

Fort Sam Houston, Tex.. Air Corps troops... 

Marshall Field, Kans., Air Corps troops 

Pope Field, N. C, .Air Corps detachment... 

Post Field, Okla., Air Corps troops 



Chief of Bureau. 



.\ssistant to chief of bureau. 

do 

C hief clerk 



Governor General, IManila, P. I 

Vice Governor (and Secretary of Public In- 
struction). 

Secretary of the Interior 

Secretary of Finance 

Secretary of Justice. 

Secretary of Agriculture and Natural Re- 
sources. 
Secretary of Commerce and Communications. 

President of the Senate 

Speaker of the House of Representatives 

Insular auditor 

Assistant insular auditor 

Resident Commissioner to the United States. 

do 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do... 

do 

do 



Governor, San Juan, P. R 

-\ttorney Genera! 

T reasurer : _ 

Commissioner of the Interior 

C ommissioner of E ducation 

Commissioner of .\griculture and Labor. 

Commissioner of Health 

Auditor 

Executive secretary 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 

-Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.. 
do 



.do. 
.do. 



Resident Commissioner to the United States- 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y.. 



Mo. 
Wis. 



P. I- 
P. I. 
P. I. 
P. I_ 



P. I... 
P. I--- 
P. I--- 
Oreg.. 
P. I--- 
P. I— 
P. I-. 
P. I... 
Mich- 
Ala.-. 
Mich. 
P. I... 
Minn. 
Oreg.. 
P. I... 
P. I... 



N. Y. 
Tex-. 
P. R- 
P. R. 
P. R- 
P. R- 
P. R- 
Mass- 
P. R- 
P. R- 



P. R. 
Tex- 
P. R- 
P. R- 



Cong. 
dist. 



34th-.. 



Com- 

pen.sa- 
tion 



(2) 

(2) 

$3,400 



i 18,000 

* 10, 000 

i 6, 000 
<6,000 

* 6, 000 

* 6, 000 

< 6, 000 

* 8, 000 

< 8, 000 
^ 6, 000 
i 3, 000 

(5) 

* 10, 500 

< 10, 000 

* 10, 000 
i 10, 000 

* 10, 000 
^ 10, 000 

< 10, 000 
1 10, 000 
> 10, 000 



6 10, 000 

6 6,000 

« 6, 000 

6 6, 000 

6 6,000 

6 6,000 

6 6, 000 

6 6, 000 

6 5, 000 

6 10, 500 

6 10,000 

6 10, 000 

6 10, 000 

6 10, 000 

(") 



2 Pay of rank, see Army Pay Tables in .\ppendix. 
< Paid from Philippine revenues. 

5 Pay and allowances of a Representative in Congress, with $2,000 per annum in lieu of mileage. 

6 Paid from Porto Rican revenues. 

' Pay ana allowances of a Representative in Congress and $500 for mileage. 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence pom 



Cong, 
dist. 



Chief of bureau 

Executive ollicer.. 

Chief, supply division _. 

Chief, personnel division. 

Chief, organization and training division. 

Chief, regulations division 

Chief, administrative section 

C hief clerk ,. 



Militia Bureau 

Maj. Gen. William G. Everson. 

Col. William H. Waldron 

Col. Lincoln F. Kilbourne 

Col. Harry LaT. Cavenaugh... 

Col. Reynolds J. Burt 

Col. Albert L. Culbertson 

Lieut. Col. Francis C. Endicott. 
Walter A. Saunders. 

Office of Chief of Chemical 
Warfare Service 

Maj. Gen. Harry L. Gilchrist.. 

Maj. William N. Porter 

Maj. Paul X. English 

Maj. Alexander Wilson 

Maj. John A. Baird 

Lieut. Col. Walter C. Baker.. . 
Lieut. Ccl. Charles R. Alley... 
Guy B. Tippens 

Edgewood Arsenal, Edgeivood, 
Md. 



Lieut. Col. Claude E. Brigham. Commanding ofRcer. 

Maj. James A. LytJi Executive oflicer 

Duncan MacRae . Chief chemist. 



8th.„ 



D. C. 



Chief of Chemical Warfare Service 

E xecu ti ve offl cer 

Chief, manufacturing and supply division. 

Chief, training division _. 

Chief, personnel division 

Chief, procurement planning division 

Chief, technical division 

Chief clerk. 



Ohio... 



12th_ 



Harry W. Spraker -. 

Chemical Warfare Service School, 
Edgewood, Md. 

Lieut. Col. Claude E. Brigham. 

Maj. Oliver J. Bond.. 

First Lieut. Thomas J. Ford '.. 

The Army War College, 
Washington, D. C. 

Maj. Gen. William D. Connor. 

Col. H. J. Brees 

Maj. S. B. Buckner, jr 



U. S. Military Academy, 
West Point, N. Y. 

Maj. Gen. William R. Smith... 

Maj. S. Whipple 

Capt. L. Le R. Martin 

Isaac A . Boyle 

William J. Middleton 

W.J. Wakefield 

Vincent B. Rigney 

D. T. Conklin 

National Board for the Promo- 
tion of Rifle Practice, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



Col. Jacob M. Coward... 
Capt. Howard W. Lehr.. 
Capt. John C. Whitaker. 



Director of Civilian Marks- 
manship, Washington, D. C 



Col. Jacob M. Coward Director.. 

Capt. Howard W. Lehr Assistant. 



Chief clerk. 



N. Y. 
Md.. 



2d... 
2d... 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant. 
Secretary 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant. 
Executive officer 



Superintendent and commandant. 

.Adjutant 

Assistant adjutant 

Chief clerk 

Assistant chief clerk 

Chief, military division 

Chief, statistical division 

Chief, record division 



N. Y_. 
N. Y... 
N. Y 
N. Y 
N. Y... 



26th. 
26th. 
26th. 
26th. 
26th. 



Executive officer. 

Assistant 

-...do 



Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



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39 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

(^onfinued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Army Corps Areas and 
Departments 

First Corps Area' 



L. 



Brig. Gen. Meriwether 
Walker (temp.). 

Col. John H. Hughes 

Col. Harrison Hall .-. 

Col. Charles A. Romeyn 

Maj. Theodore Hall 

Col. Henry C. Bonnycastle 

Col. George M. Ekwurzel 

Maj. Carl C. Oakes 

Capt. Robert C. Hunter 

Maj. Clarence E. Partridge 

Maj. John C. Piatt, jr __.. 

Capt. Harry R. Lebkicher 

Lieut. Col. Rush B. Lincoln 

Second Corps Area ' 

Maj. Gen. Hanson E. Ely 

Col. William K. Naylor 

Col. John E. Woodward.- 

Col. Robert C. Humber 

Lieut. Col. Edmund C. Abbott. 

Col. Irvin L. Hunt 

Col. Thomas L. Rhoads 

Col. William McK. Lambdin.. 

Col. William J. Barden 

Maj. Charles T. Harris, jr 

Col. James B. Allison 

Col. Charles W. E.\ton 

Maj. Arnold N. Krogstad 



Third Corps Area "i 

Maj. Gen. Fred W. Sladen 

Col. Thomas W. Darrah 

Col. Julius T. Conrad 

Lieut. Col. Charles C. Burt.... 
Lieut. Col. William C. Rigbv.. 

Col. Alvin K. Baskette 

Col. Frederick M. Hartsock 

Lieut. Col. Charles O. Schudt_. 

Capt. Samuel N. Karrick 

Col. Odus C. Horney 

Lieut. Col. Consuelo A. Seoane. 

Capt. John V. Lowe 

Maj. Norman W. Peek 



Fourth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. Frank R. McCoy... 

Col. Harry H Tebbetts 

Col. Walter T. Bates 

Col. Christian A. Bach 

Lieut. Col. George L. McKeeby.. 

Col. Frank H. Burton 

Col. Thomas S. Bratton 

Col. Lewis S. Morey 

Maj. Leon E. Lyon. 

Maj. Roland L. Gaugler 

Lieut. Col. Joseph J. Grace 

Maj. Roland L. Gaugler 

Maj. Walter R. Weaver 



Commanding. 



Chief of staff.. 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

E ngineer. 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare oflBcer. 
.\ir officer 



Commanding 

Chief of staff... 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding. 

Chief of staff 

A djutant general 

Inspector , 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

E ngineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer , 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer. 



Command ing 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Acting chemical warfare ofiQcer. 
Ait officer 



(2) 



' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in .\ppendi.x. 

^ The First Corps Area includes the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode 
[sland, and Connecticut. In so far as only coast defenses and field operations incident thereto are con- 
cerned, that portion of the State of New York which lies east of west longitude 72° 30' is attached to the 
First Corps .\rea; headquarters, Army Base, Boston 9, Mass. 

» The Second Corps .\rea includes the States of New Jer.sey, Delaware, and New York, except for certain 
specific purposes only, that portion thereof which is attached to the First Corps Area. The island of Porto 
Rico, with the islands and keys adjacent thereto, is attached to the Second Corps Area; headquarters, 
Governors Island, N. Y. 

-0 The Third Corps Area includes the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, and the District 
of Columbia; headquarters, 311 St. Paul PI., Baltimoie, Md. 

" The Fourth Corps Area includes the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, 
Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Louisiana; headquarters, Fort McPherson, Ga. 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Army Corps Areas and Depart- 
ments—Continued 

Fifth Corps Area '2 

Maj. Gen. Dennis E. Nolan. .. 

Col. Walter C. Sweeney 

Col. Robert Whitfield 

Col. Ale.xander T. Ovenshine.. 

Col. Gouverneur V. Packer 

Col. Louis F. Garrard 

Col. Louis T. Hess 

Maj. Benjamin L. Jacobson 

Maj. Robert Q. Guyer 

Maj. John Mather.-. 

Maj. Frank D. Applin. 

Capt. Ralph C. Benner. 

Maj. H. C. Kress Muhlengerg. 

Sixth Corps Area " 



Maj. Gen. Frank Parker 

Col. Marcus B. Stokes. 

Col. Harry D. Mitchell 

Lieut. Col. William H. Burt... 
Lieut. Col. William B. Pistole. . 

Col. Edmond R. Tompkins 

Col. John L. Shepard 

Col. Charles H. Errington 

Maj. Elroy S. J. Irvine.. 

Maj. William C. Young 

Lieut. Col. William R. Pope... 

Maj. Arthur M. Heritage 

Capt. Early E. W. Duncan 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commanding 

Chief of Staff.. 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

E ngineer 

Ordnance oflScer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Legal residence com- 
pensa- 
tion 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Commanding 

Chief of .staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon. 

Finance officer 

Engineer. 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon. 

Finance officer 

Engineer. 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

.Adjutant 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer... 



Seventh Corps Area 1* 

Maj. Gen. Johnson Hagood 

Col. Laurence Halstead 

Col. Jennings B. Wilson 

Col. William A. Austin 

Col. Frederick M. Brown 

Col. Edward Calvert 

Col. George A. Skinner 

Col. Theodore Schultz 

Maj. Charles H. Cunningham.. 

Maj. De Rosey C. Cabell 

Lieut. Col. Goodwin Compton. 

Maj. William A. Copthorne 

Maj. Howard J. Houghland 

Eighth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. William Lassiter 

Col. George P. Tyner 

Col. George L. Hicks 

Col. Charles B. Stone, jr 

Maj. James A. Willis 

Col. Grayson V. Heidt 

Col. Elmer A. Dean.. 

Lieut. Col. Tilman Campbell.. 

Col. Earl I. Brown.. 

Maj. Thomas J. Hayes 

Col. Alvin C. Voris 

Capt. March H. Houser (actg.) . 
Lieut. Col. .\rthur G. Fisher... 

2 Pay of rank, see .\rmy Pay Tables in .Appendi.x. 

12 The Fifth Corps Area includes the States of Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky; liead- 
quarters, Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio. 

'^ The Sixth Corps Area includes the States of Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, the post of Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., and .Arcadia Target Range, near Arcadia, Mo.; headquarters, 1819 W. Pershing Road. Chicago, 
111. 

» The Seventh Corps Area includes the States of Missouri, except the post of Jefferson Barracks and 
Arcadia Target Range, near Arcadia, Mo., Kansas, Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, North Dakota, 
and South Dakota; headquarters, .-Vrmy Building, Omaha, Nebr. 

15 The Eighth Corps .\rea inchides the States of Texas, Oklahoma. Colorado, New Mexico, the post of 
Fort D. .v. Russell, Wyn., including t'le Target au'l Maneuver Reservation (formerly Pole .Mountain 
Reservation), and .Arizona, except that portion thereof west of west longitude 114° and south of north 
latitude 33° which is attached to the Ninth Corps Area for purposes of administration, training, and tactical 
control in connection witli tiie Border Patrol and field operations incident thereto only; headquarters, 
Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio. Tex. 



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41 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Army Corps Areas and Depart- 
ments—Continued 

Ninth Corps Area '« 



Maj. Gen. John L. Hines 

Col. Isaac Newell, _ 

Col. Fiank C. Burnett.. 

Lieut. Col. Samuel T. Mackall. 

Col. Kyle Rucker i Judge advocate. 

Col. John R. R. Ilannay t Quartermaster.. 

Col. Edward L. Munson j Surgeon 

Col. Edward A. Stuiges Finance officei .. 

Maj. Harry F. Cameron I Engineer 

Col. Edward P. O'Hern Ordnance officer. 



OFFICL-IL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commanding.. 
Chief of statt... 
Adjutant genets 
Inspector. 



Col. John E. Hemphill. 
Maj. .Alfred L. Rockwood. 
(Vacancy) 



Hawaiian Dep\rtmlnt >' 



Maj. Gen. Fox Conner. 

Col. Llewellyn \V. Oliver 

Col. Louis S. Chappelear 

Col. DanaT. Merrill... 

Lieut. Col. Marion W. Howze. 

Col. Will H. Point 

(Vacancy) 

Lieut. Col. Eugene J. Elv. 

Lieut. Col. DeWitt C. Jones. .. 
Lieut. Col. Gilbert H. Stewart. 

Lieut. Col. John C. Mooie 

Maj. Theodoie Barnes 

Lieut. Col. Henry C. Pratt 



Phiuppine Department is 

Maj. Gen. Douglas MacArthur. 

Col. Joseph P. Tracv 

Col. Milton X. Elliott, jr 

Lieut. Col. Charles H.Patterson. 

Col. William Tavlor 

Col. Theodore B. Hacker 

Col. Henry H. Rutherford 

Lieut. Col. Frederick W. 

Boschen. 
Lieut. Col. Robert S. Thomas.. 

(Vacancy) 

Lieut. Col. Sebring C. Megill... 

Maj. Isaac E. Titus 

Maj. Henry W. Harms 



Panama Canal Department'* 



Maj. Gen. Malin Craig 

Col. Aubrey Lippincott 

Col. John P. Wade.... 

Lieut. Col. Joseph F. Barnes.. 
Lieut. Col. Grant T. Trent... 
Col. Edward J. Timbcrlake... 

Col. James M. Phalen 

Maj. Herbert E. Pace 

Lieut. Col. W. GolT Caples.... 
Lieut. Col. Lucian B. Moody. 



Signal offlcei . 

Chemical warfare officer. 

Air officei 



Commanding 

Chief of stafY. 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quaitermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officei 

Engineer, 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfaie officei . 
Air officer 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

.\djutant general. 

Inspector 

Judge advocate... 
Quartermaster... 

Surgeon 

Finance officer... 



Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare offlcer. 
.\ir officer 



Commanding 

Chief of stafT 

.\d jut ant general. 

Inspector 

Judge advocate.. 
Quartermaster. . . 

Surgeon... 

Finance officer... 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



2 Pay of rank; see .\rmv Pav Tables in .\ppendix. 

'« The .\'inth Corps Area includes the States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, except 
the post of Fort D. \. Russell, including the Tarpet and Maneuver Reservation (formerly Pole Mountain 
Reseivation), Utah, Nevada, and California, and that i ortion of Arizona which is attached for certain 
specific purposes only. The teuitory of .\laska is attached to the Ninth Coris Aiea; headquarters, 
Piesidir of San Francisco, Calif. 

'"The Hawaiian Department includes all the islands belonging to the United States within the area 
between 15U° west longitude and 100° east longitude and between 15° south latitude and 30° north lati- 
tude; headquarters. Fort Shafler, Territory of Hawaii. 

'* The Philippine Department includes all the islands of the Philippine Archipelago; headquarters, 
Manila, P. I. The commanding general Philippine Department has jurisdiction over the United States 
Armv troops in China. 

'» The Panama Canal Department includes the Canal Zone; headquarters. Quarry Heights, Canal Zone. 

119539—30 4 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 

dlsi. 


pensa- 
tion 


Army Corps Areas and Depart- 
ments—Continued 

Panama Canal Depart- 
ment— Continued 


Signal officer 






(2) 


Capt. Thomas Phillips . .. 


Chemical warfare officer -.. 






(') 




Air officer 






(') 


The Command and General 
Staff Schools, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 

Brig. Gen. Stuart Heintzelman. 
Col. Geoige L. Byroade . 


Commandant .. 






W 


Assistant commandant 






(2) 













' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

WILLIAM D. MITCHELL, OF MINNESOTA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Attorney General 



Thomas D. Thacher. 
(Vacancy) 

John Lord 0'Brian_.. 



Charles D. Lawrence.. 
G. Aaron YoungQuist. 

Charles B. Rugg 

(Vacancy) 



Charles P. Sisson 

Seth W. Richardson. 

(Vacancy) 



Charles E. Stewart 

J. Kdi^ar Hoover 

Harold Nathan. . 

Amos \V. \V. Woodcock- 
Howard T. Jones 

(Vacancy) 

Ugo J. A. Carusi 

(Vacancy) 

John W. Gardner 

Charles B. Sornborger 

Daniel J. Hetternan 

Arthur Robh,. .. 
Edward N. Bodholdt... 

George Kearney 

Sanford Bates 

William T. Hammack.. 
Austin H. MacCorraick. 

James V. Bennett 

James .\. Finch 

Herbert J. McClure 

Raymond D. Allison 

Green H. Hack worth 

Robert J. MaAvhinney. . 
Ephraim F. Morj^an.. 
Theodore G. Rislev 



Solicitor General 

Special assistant to the Attorney General 

Assistant to the Attorney General (Anti- 
trust Division). 
Assistant .attorney General (Customs Divi- 
sion). 
Assistant Attorney General (Prohibition, 

Taxation, Commerce, etc.). 
Assistant Attorney General (.Court of Claims 

Division). 
Assistant .\ttorney General (.Admiralty, 

Finance, etc.). 
Assistant Attorney General (Administrative) 
Assistant Attorney General (Public Lands 

Division). 
Assistant Attorney General (Criminal Divi- 
sion). 

Adn> inistrati ve assistant. 

Director, Bureau of Investigation 

.Assistant director, Bureau of Investigation... 

Director of Prohibition 

Assistant Director of Prohibition 

Chief clerk, Bureau of Investigation 

Private secretary to the .\ttorney General 

Chief clerk and administrative assistant... ... 

■ General agent and acting chief clerk..' 

.\ssistant chief clerk and appointment clerk- 
Assistant cli ief clerk 

Chief, division of mail and hies 

Chief, division of supplies and printing 

Librarian — 

Director Bureau of Prisons 

Assistant director, Bureau of Prisons 

do 



.do. 



Attorney in charge of pardons 

Assistant general agent 

Disbursing clerk 

Solicitor for the Department of State 

Solicitor of the Treasury 

Solicitor of the Department of Commerce- 
Solicitor for the Department of Labor 



United States Penitentiaries 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Arthur C. Aderhold i Warden 

Julian A. Schoen.. Deputy warden. 

Harvey F. Frick .- Chief clerk 



Leavenworth, Kans. 



N. Y-.- 

N. Y.- 
Minn- - 
Mass..- 



23d- 
4ist-' 
Hth- 



R. I.... 
N. Dak 



1st-- 
ist-. 



Ala— 
D. C- 
Va.-- 
-Md-. 
Penn. 



7th- 
2d.- 



Vt- 



N. Y. 
Vt..-, 
R. I . 
Kans. 
Calif. 
Va... 
JVIass. 
D. C- 
Me... 
Md.- 
N. Y- 
N. Y. 
Utah. 
Ky— 
Pa... 
W. Vi 
111.-.. 



Ga.--- 
Ind..- 
Ga...- 



Thomas B. White j Wa'den 

Fred Zerbst ' Deputy warden. 

Fred L. Morrison.. do 

Paul J. Wise Chief clerk 



2d. 



27th. 
1st-- 
2d... 
6th- 
9th.. 
8th.. 
13th- 



2d... 
6th.. 
28th. 
35th. 
1st-- 
9th.. 
oth.- 
6th.. 
23d.. 



5th. 
9th. 
5th. 



$10, 000 

"9," 656 

9,000 

9,000 

9,000 



9,000 
9,000 



7,000 
9,000 
7,000 
9,000 
7,500 



3,700 



6,200 
3,600 
2,900 
3.100 
3,200 
3.400 
10,000 
5,800 
5.600 
6,500 
6,400 
4,800 
3,000 
8,500 
8,500 
8.500 
8,500 



6, ,500 
' 5, 200 
13,500 



Okla.-- 5th—. 1 7,000 

Kans.. 1st i 5, 600 

Kans-.l 1st i 4,600 

Ind----! 9th.-. '3,800 

* The Depa-tment of Justice issues a register in which is given the principal officers in the department in 
Washington, with a synopsis of their duties; and a list of the United States courts, with the officers thereof, 
and the time and nlace of holding the va-ious conrts. This register is for sale by the Superintendent of 
Public Documents, Washingtm, D. C, at 20 cents a copy. 

1 Including arowances. 

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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station ir> Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



United States Penitentiaries — 

Continued 



McNeil Island, Wash. 



Finch K. Archer. . 

Colson Sauls 

Walter J. Haniger. 



Warden 

Deputy warden. 
Chief clerk 



Federal Industrial Institution 
for Women, Alderson, W. Va. 



Miss Julia K. Jaffrey 

Lewellys F. Barker 

Mrs. Xancy M. Mann 

Mrs. Helen Hall Upham... 

Dr. Mary B. Harris 

Miss Helen C. Hironimus.. 
Mrs. Gertrude B. Johnson- 



Member, Board of Advisors. 

do 

do 



do 

Superintendent 

Assistant superintendent. 
Chief clerk 



United States Industrial Re- 
formatory, Chillirothe, Ohio 



Ellsworth W. McCullough. 

William Greene 

Albert MacDonald __ 

( Vacancy) 

Carl J. Frey 



Detention Headquarters, New 
York, N. Y. 



Jesse O. Stutsman... 
Edward E. Buckley . 
Wilbur R. Edwards. 



National Training School for 
Boys, D. C. 



Francis H. Duehav. 
Charles H. Robb.'.. 

Samuel Ross.. 

Warren F. Martin.. 
Robert V. Fleming. 
Gilbert Orosvenor.. 

Sanford Bates 

E. J. Hickey 



Federal Road Camp, Fort 
Bragg, N. C. 



Cuthbert C. Jones. 
Lewis H. Johnson.. 



Federal Road Camp, Camp 
Lee, Va. 



Claude O. Nicholson. 
(Vacancy) 



Federal Road Camp, Camp 
Meade, Md. 



Fitz Morris Fish_. 
Harry W. Adams. 



Federal Road Camp, Fort 
Riley, Kans. 



Louis W. Guenther. 
Leslie Roberts 



Superintendent 

Assistant superintendent. 
C hief clerk _ .• 



Member, Board of Trustees. 

do _. 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

Superintendent. 



Assistant superintendent. 
Camp clerk 



Superintendent. 
Camp clerk 



Superintendent. 
Camp clerk 



Assistant superintendent. 
Camp clerk 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash.. 



1st. 
3d.. 
3d.. 



N. Y... 




Md 




W. Va. 


5th.. ._ 


N. Y... 


33d... 


N.J... 




Ind_... 


1st 


Ariz 





Member, .\dvisory Board 

do 

Superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Chief clerk ' Ohio.. 



D. C. 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 



25th.. 



Ky.. 
Ohio. 



Me. 
Pa.. 



Kans. 
Mo... 



11th. 



23d- 



Pa 

D. C... 

Md 6th. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D.C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C. 



4th.. 
11th. 



6th. 



3d-. 

28th. 



1st.. 
14th. 



' Including allowances. 



2 Serves without compensation. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



POSTMASTER GENERAL 

WALTER F. BROWN, OF OHIO 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Bureau of the Postmaster 
General 

Harold N. Graves 

Horace J. Donnelly 

Robert S. Regar 

Edmond JNI. Martin 

AVilliam E. Biiffington.. 

.\udus T. Davis 

"Walter E. Kelly 

Kenneth C. Maepherson 

Charles E. Warren 

Louis A . Delano 

Alfred II. Keim 

Alice B. Sanger 

Terence II. Sweeney 

James R. Murphy 

Inspection Seriice 

"William R. Spilman 

Thomas M. Miliigan 

Roscoe E. Mague 

Clarence L. WiUiams ._. 

Charles E. Caine 

John W. Adamson 

Park D. Colvin. 

AVilliam R. Kevs 

Kildroy P. Aldrich 

John W. Welborn 

Raymond A. Griffith 

Cyrus M. Zimmerman 

Charles II. Clarahan 

John W. Johnston___ 

Frederick W. Reuter 

Joe P. Johnston 

Julius C. Lindland 

Charles Riddiford 

William J. Satterfield 

Bureau of the First Assistant 
Postmaster General 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Executive assistant to the Postmaster Gen- 
eral. 

Solicitor 

Administrative assistant to the Postmaster 

General and purchasing agent. 
Special assistant to the Postmaster General. 

Comptroller 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Assistant solicitor _. 

Secretary to the Postmaster General 

Assistant chief clerk 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief clerk to purchasing agent 

Personnel officer 

Assistant and chief clerk to comptroller 

Traffic manager 

Chief post-office inspector 

Assistant chief inspector.- 

Superintendent office of chief inspector 

Assistant superintendent office of chief in- 
spector. 

Inspector in charge, Atlanta, Ga. 

Inspector in charge, Austin, Te.x 

Inspector in charge, Boston, Mass 

Inspector in charge, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Inspector in charge, Chicago, 111 

Inspector in charge, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Inspector in charge, Denver, Colo 

Inspector in charge, Kansas City, Mo 

Inspector in charge, New York, N. Y 

Inspector in charge, Philadelphia, Pa 

Inspector in charge, St. Louis, Mo 

Inspector in charge, St. Paul, Minn 

Inspector in charge, San Francisco, Calif 

Inspector in charge, Seattle, Wash 

Inspector in charge, Washington, D. C 



Arch Coleman 

Lorel X. Morgan... 
Charles F. Trotter. 

Xelson A. Tacv 



First Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy First Assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent, Division of Post Office Serv- 
ice. 

Superintendent, Division of Postmasters 

Superintendent, Division of Dead Letters 

and Dead Parcel Post. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division of Post 
I Office Service. 
George L. Wood I Superintendent, Division of Rural Mails 



Thomas F. Fitch. 



Legal residence 



Stale 



111 


20th-. 


D. C... 




Pa 


9th-.- 


Ohio... 

Pa 

Mo-... 
Ohio... 

Ill 

D. C 


15th-. 
18th... 
16th... 

1st 

2d 


Mass--- 
D. C- 


13th._. 



Ind... 
Minn- 
Mass.. 



Kans-.- 
Kans--- 
Mass--- 
lowa--- 

Mich— - 
Okla.-- 
N. Y_- 
Tenn— 
Okla--_ 
Ind..-. 
Iowa... 
Kans-.- 

111 

N. Y... 

Ill 

Mo 

N. Dak. 
Wash-. 
W. Va- 



Cong. 
dist. 



7th- 
4th- 
12th- 



5th- 
7th- 
5th. 
3d.. 

8th.. 
2d.. 
33d. 
3d.- 
5th. 
9th. 
2d... 
1st-. 
14th 
36th 
22d- 
3d-. 
2d- 
5th-. 
4th-. 



Minn.- 5th 

W. Va-- 3d 

Colo.-- 1st---. 



Mass- 



Colo.. 
Md... 



7th- 



Com- 

pensa- 

tion 



$9, 000 

8,500 
7,500 

6, 500 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,400 
3,900 
3,700 
3,700 
3,600 
3,600 
2,900 



7,000 
6,000 
4,400 
3,500 

4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 



9,000 
6, 500 
5,800 

4,600 



4, COO 
4,800 



45 



46 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 

dist. 


tion 


Bureau of the Second Assistant 
Postmaster General 

"VV. Irving Glover 


Second Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy Second Assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent, Division of Railway .\djust- 

ments. 
Director, Division of International Postal 

Service. 
Assistant director, Division of International 

Postal Service, New York, N. Y. 
United States postal agent, Havana, Cuba... 


N. J.... 
Nebr... 
Ohio... 

N. C... 

N. J.... 

S. C... 
Mass... 

Vt 

Pa 

Ky 

111 

Colo... 

Ind 

111 

Ohio... 
Tex.... 

Va 

Minn.. 
CaUf... 

Ga 

Mo 

111 

N. Y... 

Mass... 

Mich.. 

Mo 

Md...- 
Okla... 
Kans... 
Md.... 
lowa... 
Ohio... 
Nebr... 
Calif... 

Tex 

Mich.. 
Md 

Ohio... 

Ind.... 

Nebr... 

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


6th.... 

1st 

18th... 

9th.... 

4th.... 

3d 

15th... 

2d 

30th... 

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

1st 

7th.... 
10th... 
22d.... 
12th... 
10th... 
4th.... 
5th.... 

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

1st 

2d 

8th.... 

13th... 
12th... 
5th.... 

2d 

3d 

2d 

10th... 
19th... 

3d 

4th.... 

5th.... 

2d 

6th.... 

8th.... 

13th... 

6th.... 

33d...- 


$9,000 


Chase C. Gove 


6,500 


"William E. Triem . 


4,800 


Eugene R. White 


5,800 


Charles LaRue 


3,600 


James H. Knox 


4,000 


Earl B. Vv'adsworth 


4,800 


Railway Mail Service 
Aleyne A. Fisher 


General superintendent. Division of Railway 

Mail Service. 
Assistant genera! superintendent, Division of 

Railway Mail Service. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., Cincinnati, Ohio.. 

Superintendent, R. M. S., Chicago, 111 

Superintendent, R. M. S., Omaha, Nebr 

Superintendent, R. M. S., Pittsburgh, Pa 

Superintendent, R. M. S., Atlanta, Ga 

Superintendent, R. M. S., Cleveland, Ohio.. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., Fort Worth, Tex.. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., Washington, D. C. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., St. Paul, Minn... 
Superintendent, R. M. S., San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., New Orleans, La.. 

Superintendent, R. M. S., St. Louis, Mo 

Superintendent, R. M. S., Seattle, Wash 

Superintendent, R. M. S., New York, N. Y.. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., Boston, Mass 

Third Assistant Postmaster General 


$5, 800 


Eugene W. Satterwhite _ 

Charles P. Kendall 


4,800 
4,500 


Rudolph S. Brauer 


4,500 


Robert L. Henderson . . 


4,500 


Melville E. Evans 


4,500 


Walter II. Riddell 

Joseoh Formanek.. 


4,500 
4,500 


Samuel M. Gaines 


4,500 


Clarence G. Goodloe 


4,500 


Frank F. McBride 


4,500 


Edward McGrath ... 


4,500 


Henry M. Robinson 


4,500 


Lawrence Kaucher .... 


4,500 


Warren C. Van Dervoort 

Roger P. Williams 


4,500 
4,500 


William F. Yarrington 


4, 500 


Bureau of the Third Assistant 
Postmaster General 

Frederic A. Tilton . . 


9,000 


Harvev Lovejoy. 


Deputy Third Assistant and chief clerk 


6, 500 


William T. S. Rollins . 


5,800 


Charles E Matthews 


Superintendent, Division of Money Orders.. 

Superintendent, Division of Classification 

Superintendent, Division of Registered Mails. 


5, 800 


William C. Wood 

Clarence H. Buckler 


5,800 
5,000 


Michael L. Eidsness, jr 


4,800 


Superintendent, Division of Finance. . . ... 


4,000 


William W. Barre ... 


Stamped envelope agent, Dayton, Ohio 

Superintendent, Division of Cost Ascertain- 
ment. 

Fourth Assistant Postmaster General. __ 

Deputy Fourth Assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent, Division of Engineering and 

Research. 
Superintendent, Division of Post Office 

Quarters. 
Superintendent, Division of Equipment and 

Supplies. 
Superintendent, Division of Motor Vehicle 

Service. 


3,400 


A. W. Watts . 


4,600 


Bureau of the Fourth Assistant 
Postmaster General 

John W. Philp 


9,000 


Harvev R. Nichol . 


6,500 


Frank E. McMillin 


5,800 


John R. Tullis 


5,000 


George Landick, jr.. ._ 


5,000 


Thomas G. Mallalieu 


5,000 


Arthur C Roberts 


4,800 


John B. Cadv 


Superintendent, Mail Equipment Shops 


4,800 











NAVY DEPARTMENT* 



SECRETARY 

CHARLES F. ADAMS, OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum • 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence > 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



Ernest Lee Jahncke_ 
David S. Ingalls 



Capt. Yancey S. Williams 

Capt. George F. Neal 

Capt. David E. Thcleen 

Rear Admiral Harry H. Rous- 
seau. 
Lieut. Commander Robert H. 

Skelton. 
Lieut. Commander Robert P. 
Molten. 

Alexander J. Doyle 

Verne Simkins _ 



Bessie Burrows. 



Frank S. Curtis 

William D. Bergman. 

Roy H. Moses 

Arthur H. Holland... 
Charles T. Ogle 



The Assistant Secretary of the Navy 

Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Aero- 
nautics. 

Aide for navy yards 

Aide to the Secretary 

Technical aide to The Secretary of the Navy. 
In charge of Navy Department Oil OfHce and 

naval petroleum reserves. 
Aide to The .Assistant Secretary of the Navy. 

Aide to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy 

for Aeronautics. 
Private secretary to The Secretary o fthe Navy 
Private secretary to The Assistant Secretary 

of the Navy. 
Private secretary to The -\ssistani Secretary 

of the Navy for Aeronautics. 

Chief clerk 

Chief, appointment division 

Budget clerk and assistant chief clerk 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, record division 



La... 
Ohio. 



2nd. 
20th. 



R. L. 
Ohio. 



111. 



Ohio. 
Va... 
Pa... 
Oreg. 
Ind.. 



1st.. 
6th.. 

21st. 

17th. 
8th.. 
29th. 
1st.. 
13th. 



10th.. 



Office of Chief of Naval Opera- 
tions 

Admiral Charles F. Hughes 

Rear Admiral William H. 
Standley. 

John T. Cuthbert 

Capt. Stanford C. Hooper 

Rear Admiral Luke McNamee. 

Rear .\dmiral Summer E. W. 
Kit telle. 

Capt. Harry A. Baldridge 

Capt. Dudley W. Knox (re- 
tired). 

Capt. Harry K. Cage... 

Capt. James P. Lannon 

Capt. William R. Furlong 

Capt. Husband E. Kimmel 

Rear Admiral Montgomery M. 
Taylor. 

* There is issued annually by the Navy Department, as of January 1, the "Register of Commissioned 
and Warrant OfBcers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps." It gives complete information con- 
cerning the rank, service, place and date of birth, and date of entry into the service of every commissioned 
and warrant ofDcer of the Navy and Marine Corps on both the active and retired lists. Pay tables are 
included, and a name index closes the Register. In addition, there is issued every quarter a Navy Directory 
which lists alphabetically " Officers of the United Stat'^s Navy and Marine Corps; also including officers 
of the U. S. Naval Reserve (Active), Marine Corps Reserve (Active), and Foreign Officers Serving With 
the Navy." This Directory gives complete information concerning the organization of the Navy Depart- 
ment and of the Naval Establishment, including ships and shore stations. Copies of the Register can be 
secured by purchase, at $1 a copy, from the Superintendent of Public Documents, Wa.shington, D. C. and 
copies of the Directory at 25 cents a copy. 

1 The legal residence of civilian officials and employees only is given. 

2 Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 

47 



Chief of Naval Operations 

Assistant Chief of Naval Operations | 

Chief clerk ..1 N. Y. 

Director of naval communications 

Director of fleet training division ; 

President of the board of inspection and sur- |. 

vey. • 

Director of naval intelligence | 

In charge naval records and library 



Director of material division 

Director of naval districts division 

In charge policy and liaison section... 
Director of ship movements division. 
Director of war plans division 



$9,000 
9,000 

(2) 

(.') 

(2) 

(2) 

3,300 
3,300 

2,600 

6,000 
4,800 
4,000 
3.400 
3,100 



(2) 
(2) 

3,200 

Q) 

(2) 
(2) 

(2) 
(2) 
(2) 
(') 
(') 



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NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Navigation 

Rear Admiral Franlv B. L'piiam 

Capt. E. B. Larimer 

Edward Henkel 

Capt. J. O. Richardson 

Capt. A. Claude 

Capt. C. A. Blakely 

Capt. B. McCandless 

Rear .\dmiral W. R. Gherardi. 
Capt. J. F. Hellweg - 

Bureau of Ordnance 

Rear Admiral William D. 
Leahv. 

Capt. William W. Smyth 

Frank S. Ray 

Harry M. Klee 

Bureau of Engineering 

Rear Admiral Harry E. Yarnell 

Capt. Ivan E. Bass 

Augustus C. Wrenn 

(Vacancy) 

Commander Lucien F. Kim- 
ball. 
Commander Albert M. Penn. , 
Capt. Ormond L. Cox 

Commander Edward C.Raguet 

Commander Bryson Bruce 

Capt. Halford R. Oreenlee 

Commander Mark C.Bowman_ 

Bureau of Aeronautics 

Rter Admiral William A. Mof- 
fett. 

Capt. J. H. Towers 

John B. May 

Commander A. H. Gray 

Commander R. K. Turner 

Commander H. B. Cecil 

Commander E. A. Cobey (S.C.) 

Commander S. M. Kraus 

Commander W. W. Webster 

(C.C). 
Commander Garland Fulton 

(C.C). 
Lieut. Commander H. R. 

Bogusch. 
Lieut. Col. T. C. Turner, 

U.S.M.C. 

Bureau of Construction 
and Repair 

Rear Admiral G. H. Rock 

Capt. W. P. Robert 

Henry C. Brunner 

Commander P. C. Lauman 

Capt. Henry Williams 

Capt. A. H. Van Keuren 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Rear Admiral Archibald L. 
Parsons. 

Capt. George \. McKay 

Edward W. Whitehorne 

Capt. Walter H. Allen 

Commander Gaylord Church.. 

Commander Gleen S. Burrell.. 
Lieut. Commander Robert E. 
Thomas. 



OFFICI.\L TITLE AND ST.\TION 



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



Chief of bureau... _ 

Assistant to the chief of bureau 

Chief clerk. _ . . 

Director of officer personnel 

Director of enlisted personnel 

Director of naval reserve personnel.. 

Chief of training section 

Hy drographer 

Superintendent Naval Observatory. 



Chief of bureau. 



A.ssistant to the chief of bureau. 

Chief administrative officer 

Chief clerk 



Chief of bureau 

Assistant to the chief of bureau 

C hief clerk 

Head of maintenance division 

Head of engineering information division. 



Head of plans and personnel division. 

Head of design division 

Head of radio division 

Head of repair division 

Head of finance division 

Head of supply division 



Chief of bureau. 



Assistant chief of bureau 

Chief clerk 

Head of administration division. 

Head of plans division 

Head of flight division 

Head of financial division 

Head of material division 

Head of design section 



Head of lighter-than-air section. 
Head of maintenance section... 



Head of Marine Corps aviation division. 



Chief of bureau. 

.Vssistant to the chief of bureau. 
Chief clerk 

Chief of contract division 

Chief of maintenance division.. 
Chief of design division 



Chief of bureau. 



Assistant to the chief of bureau 

Chief clerk 

Design manager 

Fleet, shipbuilding, storage, and submarine 
base structures. 

Ordnance stations structures 

.Aviation station structures 



Legal residence 



State C-^- 



Ohio. 



Mass... 
Pa 



N. Y.. 



D. C. 



Pa. 



3d. 



9th.. 
18th. 



9th.... 



22d.-.- 



4th.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(0 
.$4, 000 

(0 
(0 
(2) 
(?) 



(2) 

5,600 

3,300 



(2) 
(2) 
3.500 

(•') 
(?) 

(2) 
(?) 
(2) 
(?) 
(2) 
(?) 



{') 

{') 

3,500 

(2) 

(2) 

(») 

C) 

(2) 

(?) 

(?) 

(2) 

(2) 



(2) 
(2) 

3,700 

(2) 
(2) 
(?) 



(?) 

(2) 
3,700 

(2) 
(2) 

(2) 
(2) 



' Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in .^ppendi-K. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



49 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 



Bureau of Yards and Docks- 
Continued 



Louis W. Bates. 



Edward C. Sherman 

Frederic W. Southworth. 



Edgar H. May 

William M. Smith, 



Bureau of Supplies and 
Accounts 

Rear Admiral Joseph Johnston 
Cheatham. 

Capt. Frederick O. Pyne 

Clyde Reed 

Kirk Holmes. __ ^ 



Bureau of Medicine and 
Surgery 



Rear Admiral Charles E. Riggs. 



Capt. Holton C. Curl. 
William S. Douglass.. 



U. S. Marine Corps 

Maj. Gen. Wendell C. Neville. 

Brig. Gen. Ben. H. Fuller 

Charles A. Ketcham 



Brig. Gen. Rufus H. Lane. 
Charles L. Snell 



Brig. Gen. Hugh Matthews.. 
James W. Burrows 

Brig. Gen. G?orge Richards.. 

Samuel F. Birthright. 

Col. Louis McC. Little 



Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Rear Admiral David F. Sellers. 
Commander H. E. Knauss 

Lieut. Commander G. T. 

Howard. 
Lieut. Commander T. C. Lati- 

more. 
Pickens Neagle 



OFFlfl.M- TITLE AND STATION 

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



Power plant, electrical, and heating struc- 
tures. 

Marine Corps, radio and fuel structures 

Hospitals and naval personnel buildings, 
structures. 

Head of contract division 

Head of maintenance and operating division- 



Paymaster General of the Navy and cnief of 
bureau. 

Assistant to the chief of bureau. 

Special assistant 

Civilian assistant 



Surgeon General of the Navy and chief of 
bureau. 

Assistant to the bureau 

Chief clerk 



Major General Commandant 

Assistant to Major General Commandant 

Special assistant to Major General Comman- 
dant. 

.\djutant and inspector 

Chief clerk, offices of Major General Com- 
mandant and adjutant and inspector. 

The quartermaster 

Special assistant to the ciuartermaster 

The paymaster 

Chief clerk, paymaster's department 

Director of operations and training 



Judge Advocate General of the Navy 

Assistant Judge Advocate General of the 

Navy. 
Chief of courts and boards division 



George Melling j Consulting attorney. 

Naval Establishment 

Navy Yard, Washington, 
D. C. 



Chief of the administrative, admiralty, and 

international law division. 
Chief of the contract and real estate division.. 



Capt. C. C. Bloch.. 
Frank H. Bronaugh. 



U. S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Md. 

Rear .\dmiral S. S. Robison 

Charles Schlegel 



First Naval District, 
Boston, Mass. 

Rear Admiral L. M. Nulton 

Patrick F. Walsh...... 

2 Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in .Vppendix. 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



Superintendent. 
Chief clerk 



Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Boston, Mass. 
Chief clerk 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y. 



Mass. 
Mass. 



Md.... 
Md.... 



Pa 

Minn . . 



Vt. 



Md.. 



D.C. 



D.C- 

n'c" 



s. c. 

D. C. 



D.C. 



Md. 



Mass- 



Cong. 
dist. 



5th. 



13th. 
14lh. 



6th.. 
6th _. 



1st. 
9th. 



5th.... 



6th. 



7th._ 



12th... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5, SOO 

5,800 
5,800 

5,000 
5,800 



(2) 

6,400 
3,700 



0) 



(2) 
3,000 



(2) 
(}) 
5, 200 

3,300 

(2) 
3, 600 

(') 

2,800 

(2) 



(2) 
(-) 

(') 

Q) 

7.000 
7,000 



(2) 
3 10. 92 



(=) 
3 10. 92 



3 10. 50 



3 Per diem. 



50 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Naval Establishment — Contd. 

Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Rear Admiral W. W. Phelps... 
Leon G. Young 

Naval War College, Newport, 
R.I. 

Rear Admiral H. Laning 

George D. Congdon 

Third Naval District, New 
York, N. Y. 

Rear Admiral L. R. de Steiguer. 

Lester S. Gray... 

Fourth Naval District, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rear Admiral L. A. Bostwick.. 

Henry G. Harris 

Fifth Naval District, Naval 
Operating Base, Hampton 
Roads, Va. 

Rear Admiral G. H. Burrage... 
James H. McCuen 

Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 

Rear Admiral F. H. Brumby.. 
John B. Fay, jr 

Sixth Naval District, 
Charleston, S. C. 

Rear Admiral N. A. MeCully.. 

George Boggs 

Seventh Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
Key West.Fla. 

Capt. R. T. Manner 

Noel A. Cooke 

Eighth Naval District, 
Naval Station, New Or- 
leans, La. 

Commander H. R. Keller 

George A. McEvoy 

Ninth Naval District, 
Great Lakes, III. 

Rear Admiral W. S. Crosley.. 
William R. Hallowell 

Eleventh Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Diego, Calif. 

Rear Admiral A. H. Robertson. 
Allan H. Robinson 

2 Pay of rank; see 



official title and station 

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



Commandant- 
Chief clerk 



President . _ 
Chief clerk. 



Commandant of district and navy yard, 

New York, N. Y. 
Chief clerk 



Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chief clerk... 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



Commandant 

Supervising clerk. 



Commandant of district and navy yard, 
Charleston, S. C. 

Chief clerk 



Commandant. 
Chief Clerk... 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



Legal residence 



State 



N. H. 



R. I.... 



N. Y. 



Pa- 



Va. 



Va. 



Fla... 



La. 



111. 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th. 



8th.. 



8th. 



2d. 



S. C... 1st 



Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 



N. H 
' Per diem. 



4th. 



10th... 



11th. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



51 



NWY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





official title AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Naval Establishment— Contd. 

Twelfth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Francisco, CAUr. 


Commandant of district and navy yard. 

Mare Island, Calif. 
Chief clerk . . 






(2) 




Calif... 


5th... _ 


3 $10. 01 


Thirteenth Naval District, 
Seattle, Wash. 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Puget Sound, Wash. 
Chief clerk . .. 


(v 




Wash.. 


1st 


3 9.66 


Fourteenth Naval District, 
Naval Operatino Base, 
Pearl IIarbor, T. H. 

Eear Admiral G R Marvell 


Commandant of district and navy yard. 

Pearl Harbor, T. H. 
Chief clerk 


(2) 


Herbert L. Thompson-. 


Calif... 


3d 


U0.57 


Fifteenth Naval District, 
Baiboa, C. Z. 

Rear Admiral J. J. Raby 




(2) 


Chief clerk 


C. Z... 




3 8.33 


Sixteenth Naval District, 
Naval Station, Cavite, 
P. I. 

Capt. E. B. Fenner 


Commandant of district and naval station, 

Cavite, P. I. 
Chief clerk 






(}) 


Martin H. Norris 


N. Y... 


4th.... 


3 10.50 


Naral Station, Olonga-po, P. I. 
Lieut. Commander H. E. Burks. 




(*) 


Naval Station, Guam, M. I. 








(2) 


Antana.sio T. Perez 


Chief clerk... 


Guam.. 




3 6.02 


Naval Station, Tutxhla, 
American Samoa 

Capt. G. S. Lincoln 








(2) 


James W. Foxhall ... . 


Secretai y to commandant . . . 


Pa 


8th.... 


3,900 


Naval Station, St. Thomas, 
V. I. 

Capt. W. Evans (retired) 




(') 


Naval Station, Guanta- 
NAMO Bay, Cuba 

Commander A. H. Miles 








(') 


Paul L. Barrett 


Chief clerk 


N. Y... 


42d.... 


3 8.05 









' Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 



3 Per diem. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



SECRETARY 

RAY LYMAN WILBUR, CALIFORNIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 



Joseph M. Dixon 

John H. Edwards 

Edward C. Finney 

Ebert K. Biirlew.., _ 

Charles A. Dobbel 

Northcutt Ely 

George E. Scott 

W. Bertrand Acker 

John Harvey 

Joshua B. Callahan 

Airs. J. Atwood Maulding 



Charles F. Glass ._ 
Amos W. Hawk... 
Charles E. Harris . 



General Land Office 



Charles C. Moore.. 
Thomas C. Havell. 



Herman C. Gauss 

Charles A. Obenchain. 



Chiefs of Dmsions 



Elmer I. Baldwin- 
Walter S. Binley.. 



Clarence L. Bullion. 
Paul I. Bassett ._ 
William J. McGee.. 

John O'Connell 

Chnton G. Tudor... 
Augustus Zannelli... 
Thomas H. Jamison. 



Cadastral Engineering Service 
{Field) 



Frank M. Johnson. 
Arthur D. Kidder.. 



District Cadastral Engineers 



Guy P. Harrington 

J. Scott Harrison 

.\lbert C. Horton, jr 

Herman Jaeckel 

George D. D. Kirkpatrick. 



Ernest P. Rands. 
John P. Walker.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE .\ND STATION 



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



First Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Solicitor . 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary. 

Executive assistant to the Secretary 

do 



Assistant administrative officer 

Chief clerk 

Supervisor of classification 

Chief disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of appointments, mails, and 
files. 

Chief, division of publications 

Chief, division of supplies 

Chief of traffic division 



Commissioner 

.Assistant Commissioner, and designated 
chief of law division. 

C hief clerk 

Supervisor 



Chief of posting and track book division 

Chief of Indian lands and miscellaneous 
division. 

Chief of accounts division 

Chief of reclamation and land grant division. 

Chief of mineral division. 

Chief of patents division 

Chief of surveys division 

Chief of homestead division 

Chief of mail and flies division 



Legal residence 



State 



Supervisor of surveys, Denver, Colo 

Associate supervisor of surveys, Denver, Colo. 



District cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 

District cadastral engineer, Helena, Mont 

District cadastral engineer, Phoenix, Ariz 

District cadastral engineer, Denver, Colo 

District cadastral engineer. Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
District cadastral engineer, Portland, Oreg... 
District cadastral engineer, Boise, Idaho 



Mont. 
Ind... 
Kans-. 

Pa 

Calif.. 
N. Y.. 

Ga 

N. Y... 
Tex.-.. 
Md.... 
Me 

W. Va. 
W. Va. 
Iowa... 



Idaho. 
Tenn.. 



Conn- 
Ill...-. 



Minn.. 
Hawaii 

Ohio.-. 
D. C... 
Mich... 
Wis.-.- 

Nev 

La 

D. C... 



Wvo. 
Ind.. 



Minn. 
Kans.- 
Nev... 
Wyo.- 
Pa.... 



Oreg-. 
Va..-. 



Cadastral Engineer in Charge 

Eckley C. Guerin Cadastral engineer in charge, Juneau, .\laska. Oreg. 

1 -Additional at -$1,000 per annum from Capitol roll. 
52 



Cong, 
dist. 



1st.. 
3d... 
2d... 
17th. 
8th.. 
12th. 
5th.. 
18th- 
4th.. 
6th.. 
3d... 



1st.- 
4th.. 
11th. 



2d... 
10th- 



4th... 
19th.. 



5th.-. 
13th.. 



3d.... 
6th... 
.\t L. 
8th... 



At L. 
5th... 



3d-... 
2d-.._ 
At L. 
At L. 
4th-.. 



1st. 
6th. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



06 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



General Land Office— Con. 

Office Cadastral Engineers 

Russell K. Allen 



John D. Adams 

Uoward H. Snelgrove 



Norman L. King.. 
Alan R. McCord- 
Henry J. Goodale. 
George F. Naden.. 

Joel Q. Naret 

Ralph W. Nelson.. 
Joseph A. Ganong. 
Frank E. Barker,. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Registers, District Land Offices 



J. Lindlev Green 

Robert W. Taylor 

Thomas D. Jensen 

Henry \. Morgan 

John W. Moore..-. 

Brainerd B. Smith 

John C. Ing 

Walter Spencer 

Albert G. Stubblefleld.. 

George C. Crom 

Peter G. Johnston 

William Ashley .- 

Peter M. Larson 

H. B. Drum 

Murdock D. Nicholson. 

James H. H. Hewett 

Miss Clara M. Crisler... 

Vincent B. May 

Alfred M. Bergere 

Charles G. Boise 

Frank P. Light 

HamillA. Canaday 

(Vacancy) 

Guv F. Barnes 

Eli F. Taylor 

.\rthur W. Doland 

John I. Kirby 

Mart T. Christensen 

Joseph T. Booth 



Administrative cadastral engineer, Denver, 

Colo, 

Office cadastral engineer, Phoenix, Ariz 

Office cadastral engineer. Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Office cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N. Me.\.. 

Office cadastral engineer, Boise, Idaho 

Office cadastral engineer, Helena, .Mont 

Office cadastral engineer, Olympia, Wash 

Office cadastral engineer, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Office cadastral engineer, Reno, Nev 

Office cadastral engineer, Portland, Oreg 

Office cadastral engineer, San Francisco, Calif. 



Receivers, District Land Offices 



Lynn Smith 

Charles D. Jones. 



Field Service 
Alvin D. Hathaway... 



James A. Ramsey.. 

Ralph S. Kelley 

Williams. Wade... 

Walter S. Boyer 

Josiah \. Moore 

Joseph H. Favorite. 
John T. Murphy... 



Chippewa Logging Service 



Register, 
Register 
Register 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 



Anchorage, Alaska 

(ex officio). Fairbanks, Alaska. 

(ex officio), Nome, Alaska 

Phoenix, .Vriz 

Little Rock, Ark 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Sacramento, Calif 

Den ver, ('' olo 

Pueblo, Colo 

Gainesville, Fla 

Blackfoot, Idaho 

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 

Cass Lake, Minn , 

Billings, Mont 

Great Falls, Mont 

Alliance, Nebr 

Carson City, Nev 

Las Cruces, N. Mex 

Santa Fe, N. Mex 

Bismarck, N. Dak 

Lakeview, Oreg 

Roseburg, Oreg 

The Dalles, Oreg 

Pierre, S. Dak 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Spokane, Wash 

Buffalo, Wyo 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Evanston, Wyo 



Colo.. 

Ariz 

Utah... 

N. Mex 
N. Mex 
Mont.. 
Wash.. 
Colo... 

Va 

Oreg... 
Nev.... 



Alaska. 
Alaska - 
Alaska- 

Ariz 

Ark.... 
Cahf... 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Colo. . . 

Fla 

Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Minn.. 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Nebr... 
Nev.... 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Dak 
Oreg... 



Cong. 

dist. 



2d. 



At L. 
2d.... 



At L. 
At L. 
Ist... 
1st... 
1st... 
2d.... 
1st... 
At L. 



At L- 
3d.._. 
9th_.. 
3d.... 
4th... 
3d.... 
4th... 
2d.... 
1st... 
6th... 



2d.... 
6th-.. 
At L. 
At L. 
At L. 



3d. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



S. Dak.j 
Utah...[ 
Wash . . I 
Wyo.._j 

Wyo 

Wyo...! 



2d.... 
2d.... 
5th... 
At L. 
At L. 
At L. 



Receiver (ex officio), Fairbanks, xMaska. 
Receiver (ex officio), Nome, Alaska 



Ky. 



5th... 



Chief of field service, General Land Office, 
Washington, D. C. i 

Chief of field division. Anchorage, Alaska N. Mex At L. 

Chief of field division, Denver, Colo Wyo... At L. 

Chief of field division, Helena, Mont Mo 

Chiefof field division, Portland, Oreg Wash..' 2d..-. 

Cihefof field division. Salt Lake City, Utah.. Ill i 21st.. 

Chief of field division, San Francisco, Calif... Md I 6th... 

Chiefof field division, Santa Fe, N. Mex Wis 6th... 



Miss Ada Zimmerman i Clerk in charge, Cass Lake, Minn. 



Minn.. I 6th. 



$4, 800 

3,300 
3,200 

3,300 
3,300 
3,200 
3,200 
3,300 
3,200 
3,300 
3,200 



3.600 

(2) 
(2) 
(3) 
(') 
(2) 
(.') 
P) 
{') 
(') 
{') 
(2) 
i') 
(2) 
(') 
(■') 
(«) 
(3) 
i') 
(') 
('■) 

(3) 
(') 
(') 
(2) 

0) 



4, 600 

3,900 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3, 600 
3,600 



Fees and commissions. 



' .$1,000 and fees and commissions. 



54 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of Indian AfTairs 



Charles J. Rhoads 

J. Henrv Scattergood 

Charles F. Hauke 

John R. T. Reeves 

William R. Lavne 

Fred H. Daiker 

Hamilton Dimick 

Walter B. Fry 

William A. Marschalk, jr. 

Earl O. Torrey.... 

Benjamin S. Garber 

William H. von Bayer 

Samuel J. Flickinger 

(Vacancy) 

Mary Stewart 

A. C. Cooley _._ 



Indian Field Service 



M. C. Guthrie 

Herbert H. Fiske 

John A. Buntin 

Fred C. Campbell 

Charles L. Ellis 

Chester E. Paris 

Oscar H. Lipps... 

James H. McGregor... 

Ross L. Spalsbury 

Peyton Carter 

E. H. Hammond 

JohnH. Hoist 

George F. Miller 

Carl M. Moore 

Samuel H. Thompson. 

Rose K. Brandt 

Edna Groves 

Herbert C. Calhoun... 

Herbert V. Clotts 

Herbert F. Robinson.. 

Lester M. Holt 

Wilbur S. Hanna 

Charles A. Engle 

Wendell M. Reed 

W. Ancel Walker 

John F. Truesdell 

Walter S. Stevens 

Elinor D. Gregg 

Frank Christy 

Walter C. Cochrane.. _ 

J. P. Kinney 

Herbert J. Hagerman. 

Reuben Perry__ 

Clark B. Dickinson... 

Forest R. Stone 

Harry K. Hummer 

Frederic Snyder 

S. A. M. Young 

Lewis W. Page 

Leo S. Bonnin 

William O. Roberts.. . 

L. E. CorrelL __. 

Robert J. Enochs 



Robert T. Lansdale. 

Clyde M. Blair 

Albert L. Wathen... 

David C. Trott 

James Arentsen 

Dr. Ira D. Nelson... 



Byron A. Sharp 

Clyde H. Oensler... 
Harvey K. Meyer... 

Edgar A. Allen , 

Edward J. Peacore.. 
Calvin H. Asbury.. 
Herman E. Wright. 



Commissioner of Indian Affairs 

Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 

C hief clerk 

Chief counsel, law division 

Attorney 

Chief, inspection division 

Chief, finance division 

Chief, purchase division 

Chief, land division 

Chief, probate division 

Chief, administrative division 

Associate lorester, forestry division 

Attorney, irrigation division 

Director of education 

Assistant director ol education 

Director of extension work 



Pa. 



Acting chief, medical division. 
Field representative, at large.. 

District superintendent 

do 

do 



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



Supervisor of Indian schools 

do 

Supervisor of Indian education. ._ 

do 

Supervisor of elementary education 

Supervisor of home economics, at large . 

Supervisor, at large 

Chief irrigation engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

do 

do 

do 

Special irrigation engineer, at large 

Field cost accountant, at large 

Superintendent of irrigation, at large 

Medical director, at large... , 

Supervisor of nurses, at large 

Assistant district superintendent 

Special attorney for Pueblo Indians 

Chief forester, at large 

Special commissioner, at large 

Superintendent, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Bismarck, N. Dak 

Sui-ierintendent, Browning, Mont 

Sui)eriutendent, Canton, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Stewart, Nev 

Superintendent, Fort Wingate, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Cherokee, N. C 

Superintendent, Concho, Okla 

Superintendent, Cheyenne Agency, S. Dak.., 

Sujierintendent, Chilocco, Okla 

Superintendent and physician, Philadelphia, 

Miss. 

Field representative. 

Supervisor of Indian education 

Supervising engineer 

Chief supervisor of construction 

Supervisor of Trade and Industrial training.. 
Superintendent and phvsician, Claremore, 

Okla. 

Superintendent, Plummer, Idaho 

Superintendent, Parker, .\riz 

Superintendent, Nespelem, Wash 

Superintendent, Cass Lake, Minn.. 

Superintendent, Ignacio, Colo 

Superintendent, Crow Agency, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Thompson, S. Dak 



Wash.. 

Okla. 

Ky.. 

D. C. 

Ala.. 

D. C 

Fla.. 

Mich 

Va... 

N. Y 

N. J.... 



8th.. 
8th.. 
3d... 
1st-. 
10th. 



9th.. 



3d.-. 

8th.. 
10th. 
37th. 
2d... 



Ohio. 
Utah. 



1st.. 



N. C... 

Calif 

Oila... 

Mont 

Okla... 

Wyo.. 

Tenn.. 

S. Dak 

Kans... 

Okla... 

Md.... 

Cahf... 

Okla... 

Mo 

Tenn... 

Mont.. 

N.Dak 

Okla... 

Cahf... 

N. Mex 

Wis.... 

Mont.. 

CaliL.. 
N. Mex. 

Wash.. 

Colo... 

Ill 

S. Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N. Mex. 

N. Y._. 
N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
N.Dak. 



6th. 



3d.. 
1st. 
6th. 



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



2d... 
26th". 



2d. 



34th.. 
At L. 
At L. 



S. Dak. 

Nev 

S. Dak. 
D. C... 
Okla... 

Ariz 

Okla... 
Fla 



2d.... 
AtL. 



N. J_... 
Kans... 
Mich... 

Pa 

Tenn... 
Mont.. 

Ind.... 
S. Dak. 
Mo.... 
Okla... 

Ariz 

Nev 

S. Dak. 



4th.... 



8th. 
2d.. 



33d. 
6th. 
2d.. 



11th. 
3d... 
4th.. 
1st.. 
8th.. 



$9,000 
7,500 
3,800 
5.200 
4.400 
3,400 
3,800 
3,800 



800 
300 
800 
300 
800 



1st... 



4,600 
5,800 



0) 

3,400 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

5,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

4,600 

3,400 

4,000 

4,800 

3,700 

3,300 

3,200 

5,800 

6,500 

4,000 

2,800 

3,800 

3,600 

3,700 

3,600 

3,300 

3,300 

3,300 

4,000 

3,400 

5,000 
4,600 
4,600 
5,000 
4,600 
3,500 

2,700 
3,000 
3,300 
4,000 
3,300 
4,000 
3,000 



' Detailed from Public Health Service. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



55 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Service — Con. 



Albert G. McMillan.. 

George E. Peters 

Charles E. Coe.. 

William Donner 

Marvin B. Clark 

Ralph P. Stanion 

Luman W. Shotwell.. 

Fred A. Gross 

Oscar C. Upchurch.. 
Timothy O. Mackey. 

Charles Eggers 

Orrin C. Gray 

Herbert B. Jolley 

Sam B. Davis 

Hervey B. Peairs 

Patrick Hamley 



James P. Ryder... 
Owen M. Boggess. 
Edgar K. Miller.. 
Chas. L. Graves.. 
Dr. E. A. Farrow. 



Christian H. Koentz 



William R. Beyer.. 

(Vacancy) 

Le Roy D. Arnold. 
Philip S. Everest... 
John W. Elder 



John E. Balmer 

George C. Hammer.. 
Percy W. Danielson.. 
(Vacancy) 

L. E. Baumgarten... 

John G. Hunter 

Raymond N. Bitney. 



William K. Harrison. . 

Jasper W. Elliott 

J. George \\ right 

Arvel K. Snyder 

John B. Brown 

Claude R. W hit lock. . 

AlDeri 11. Kneale 

Ernest W . J ermark 

James W. balmer 

Samuel F. Stacher 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy; 

Mark L. Burns 

Earl Woolridge 

Edward E. McKean.. 

Jacob Breid 

L.. A. Dorrington 

(Vacancy).-. 

James B. Kitch 

B. P. Six 

Burton L. Smith 

Edward S. Stewart 

(Vacancy) 

Adeloert V\ . Leach... 

F. M. Conser 

Reuben P. iiaas 

William C. V\ illahan. 

Lemuel A. Towers 

Eugene 1). Mossman. 

John N. Alley 

Nels O. Nicholson 

Hertiert F. Patterson. 
Walter F. Dickens... 
Charles B. Lohmiller. 
Donald 11. Wattson.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



.\cting superintendent, Muskogee, Okla... 

Superintendent, Flandreau, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Dixon, Mont 

Superintendent, Whiteriver, .4riz 

Superintendent, Harlem, Mont 

Superintenilent, Elbowoods, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Bidwell, Calif 

Superintendent, Fort Hall, Idaho 

Superintendent, Lapwai, Idaho 

Superintendent, Mohave City, Ariz 

Superintendent, Poplar, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Totten, N. Dak 

Sui)erinteiident, Yuma, Ariz 

Superintendent, Genoa, Nebr 

Superintendent, Lawrence, Kans 

Superintendent, Supai, via Grand Canyon, 

Ariz. 

Superintendent, Hayward, Wis 

Superintendent, Hoopa, Calif 

Superintendent, Keams Canon, .\riz 

Superintendent, Dulce, N. Mex 

Superintendent and physician, Cedar City, 

Utah. 
Superintendent and physician, Kayenta, 

Ariz. 

Superintendent, Keshena, Wis 

Superintendent, .Vnadarko, Okla 

Superintendent, Klamath Agency, Greg 

Superintendent, Lac du Flambeau, Wis 

Superintendent and physician, Laguna, N. 

Mex. 

Superintendent, Leupp, Ariz 

Manager, Neopit, Wis 

Superintendent, Mescalero, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Riverside, Calif.. 

Superintendent, Mount Pleasant, Mich 

Superintendent, Fort Defiance, Ariz 

Superintendent and physician, Neah Bay, 

^V'ash. 

Special agent in charge, Salamanca, X. Y 

Supeiintendent, Santa Fe, K. Mex 

Superintendent, Pawhuska, Okla 

Suiierintendent, Pawnee, Okla.. 

Superintendent, Phoenix, Ariz 

Superintendent, Pierre, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Saeaton, .Ariz 

Superintendent, Pine Ridge, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Pipestone, Minn.. 

Superintendent, Crown Point, N. Mex. 

Superintendent, Miami, Okla 

Superintendent, Rapid City, S. Dak 

Suiieiintendent, Red Lake, Minn 

Supeiinten(ient, Rocky Boy, Mont 

Suiienntennent, Rosebud, S. Dak 

Superintendent and physician, Toledo, lowa. 

Suierintendeiit, Sacramento, Calif 

buptiinteiuient, Chemawa, Oreg 

Superintendent, Riie, Ariz 

Superintendent, Shiprock, K. Mex 

Superintendent, Santa Fe, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Sells, Ariz 

Special commissioner in charge, Dania. Fla.. 

Superintendent, Sliawnee, Okla 

Superintendent, Riverside, Caiif... 

Superintendent, Fort Washakie, Wyo 

Superintendent, Sisseton, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Fort Yates, K. Dak 

Superintendent and physician, Tacon.a, Wasl 

Superintendei,t, ii(!Quiani, \\'ash ..- 

l.U! eriniendei.t. Fort .\pacl.e, -Ariz 

Superintendent, 'Ion. ah, Wis. -.. 

Sui erintendent, Lan.e Deer, Mont 

Superintendent, \ alentine, Ariz.. 



111 

Idaho.. 
Kans... 
Minn.. 
Tex.... 
N. C... 

Ill 

Nebr.., 
Teun... 
Kans.. 
Okla... 
Calif... 
Ariz... 
Nebr.. 
Kans.. 
Idaho - 



Mont 
Minn.. 
Mo. 
S. Dak. 
Calif. 



Kans 
N. Dak. 



Oreg... 
Wis 

N. Mex 



.Ariz 

Wis.... 
S. Dak. 



Cong, 
disl. 



1st-. 
3d... 
10th. 



1st.. 
17th. 



2d.... 
5th..- 
2d.... 
2d..._ 
At L. 
AtL. 
2d.... 
15th.. 

1st.-. 
2d-... 
8th..- 
3d.... 
12th.. 



Com 

pensa- 
tion 



2d- 



Wis... 
Ariz... 
Mont. 



N. Y... 
N.Mex. 

Ill 

Kans... 
Okla... 
Mo-... 
N. Y... 
Kans... 
Minn.. 
N.Mex. 



Minn.. 
Idaho.. 
Ind.... 
Mo.-.. 
Nebr... 



Ariz 

Wyo. 
Cahf. 
Okla. 



At L. 



At L. 

1st... 
2d.... 
3d...- 
8th... 
39th.. 
Cth... 
10th.. 
AtL. 



2d.. 
1st. 
5th. 



6th... 



Kans... 

Calif. - 

Okla.. 

Nebr.. 

Wyo.. 

Iowa. . 

Idaho. 

Wash. 

Colo-- 

Okla.- 

Mont. 

S. Dak 



2d.... 
11th.. 
, 8th... 
5th... 
5th... 
13th.. 



5th. 
1st. 



$3,300 
3,600 
4,200 
3,000 
3,200 
2,600 
3,400 
3,500 
2, (iOO 
3,000 
3,000 
3,100 
3,300 
6,200 
2,500 

3,100 
3,100 
3,400 
3,100 
3,200 

3,500 

3,500 



4,000 
3,200 
3,300 

3,000 
4,800 
3,100 



3,000 
3,800 
2,900 

1,870 
3,300 
6,200 
2,900 
4,200 
3,100 
3,700 
4,000 
3,000 
3,400 



3,300 
2,700 
3,800 
4,600 
3,900 



3,600 
3,500 
3,300 
3,000 



2,700 
4,000 
3,300 
2,800 
3,500 
3,600 
4, 600 
2,900 
3,000 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 



56 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Service — Con. 

August F. Duelos 

James H. Hyde 

Henry M. Tidwell 

Omar L. Babcock 

Carl Stevens 

Ray R. Parrett 

Fred E. Perkins 

Br. Thomas G. Snoddy 

Dr. David W. Gillick 

Chester L. Walker 

Emmett E. McNeilly 

Charles M. Ziebach 

Evan W. Estep 

Robert E. L. Daniel 

George A. Trotter 

Robert A. Cochran 

Burton B. Custer 

Richard C. Jordan -_. 

M. Eleanor Allen 

Orlando A. Wright 

Mary Morley 

Ora Padgett 

A Ibert A sendorf 

Jack Brown 

Minta R. Foreman 

William E. Van Cleave. 

Board of Indian Commissioners 

Samuel A. Eliot 

Warren K. Moorehead 

Frank Knox 

Hugh L. Scott 

Clement S. Ucker 

Flora Warren Seymour 

John J. Sullivan 

Marv Vaux Walcott 

G. E. E. Lindquist 

Malcolm McDowell 

Office of Education 

William John Cooper 

Bess Goodykoontz--. 

Lewis A. Kalbach 

Chiefs of Dirisions 

Arthur J. Klein 

AValter S. Deffenbaugh 

James F. Abel _. 

Mrs. Katherine M. Cook 

Maris M. Proffltt. 

Henry R. P'vans-. _. 

Martha R. ATcCabe 

Lewis R. Al..crman- 

Charles W. i fawkesworth 

William Ha:iiilton 

District Superintendents of 
Schools in Alaska 

Charles W. Hawkesworth 

(Vacancy) 

George R. Gardner 



Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent 
Superintendent 

Okla. 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent 

Okla. 



Tulalip, Wash... 

Belcourt, .V. Dak 

Fort Duchesne, Utah 

Pendleton, Oreg 

Wahpeton, N. Dak 

Schurz, N e V 

Warmsprings, Oreg 

and physician, Nixon, Nev. 
and physician, Shawnee, 



Tuba City, Ariz 

Owyhee, Nev 

Winnebago, Nebr 

Toppenish, Wash 

Wagner, S. Dak 

Blackrock, N. Mex 

Chicago, HI 

St. Louis, Mo.. 

San Francisco. Calif 

Ardmore, Okla 

Sapulpa, Okla 

Eufaula, Okla 

liartshorne, Okla 

Seminole, Okla 

Tahlequah, Okla. 

Millerton, Okla 

and physician, Talihina, 



S. Dak. 
N.Dak. 
Okla... 
Oreg... 
Ind.... 
Mo 



Ark. 
Mo.. 



Pa 

111 

W. Va. 
N.Mex. 

Ariz 

Iowa... 

HI 

Mo 

Nebr... 
Okla... 
Okla... 
Okla... 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Ind.. 



Chairman, Cambridge, Mass 

Member of board, Andover, Mass 

Member of board, Manchester, N. H 

Member of hoard, Princeton, N. J 

Member of board, Baltimore, Md 

Member of board, Chicago, 111 

Member of board, Philadelphia, Pa 

Member of board, Washington, D. C 

Member of board, Lawrence, Kans 

Member of board and secretary, Washington, 
D. C. 



Commissio.ner of Education. 

Assistant commissioner 

Chief clerk.. 



Calif. 
Iowa. 
Pa... 



Chief, division of coUegiate-profe.^sional edu- 
cation. 

Chief, division of American school systems... 

Chief, division of foreign school systems 

Chief, division of special problems 

Acting chief, division of statistics 

Acting chief, editorial division 

Acting chief, library division. 

Chief, service division.. 

Acting chief, Alaska division, Juneau, .Alaska. 

.Assistant chief, Alaska division, Washington 
office. 



Superintendent of schools, southeastern dis- 
trict, Juneau, .\laska. 

Superintendent of schools, central district, 
Anchorage, .Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, southwestern dis- 
trict, Unalaska. Ala.ska. 



D. C. 



W. Va.- 

Nev 

Colo... 
Md.... 
Md.... 
Kans. . 
Oreg... 
.Alaska. 
Pa 



.\laska. 



1st. 
3d.. 
3d.. 



7th. 
3d.. 



5th... 
10th.. 

18th.. 
23d... 
4th... 
At L. 
At L. 
10th.. 
25th.. 



2d. 



2d. 



2d.. 
2d.- 
9th. 



3d... 
4th.. 
14th. 



1st--. 
At L. 
Ist... 
5th... 
3d.... 
1st... 
1st... 



30t,h. 



$3,700 
2,800 
3,300 
2,700 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,500 
3,500 

3,400 
2, 800 
3,200 
3,800 
2,700 
3,000 
3,200 
3,100 
3,100 
2,600 
2,500 
2,600 
2,600 
2, .500 
3,000 
2,500 
3,500 



(') 
(») 

(5) 
(5) 
(S) 
(5) 
(') 

6 4,600 



9,000 
6,500 
5,000 



5,800 

5,800 
4,000 
5,800 
4,800 
2,700 
2,700 
5,800 
3,300 
2,900 



3,300 



3,100 



' Serves without compensation. 

' Paid from fund appropriated by Congress, through Interior Department, for activities of the board. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



57 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Office of Education— Contd. 

District Superintendents of 
Schools in Alaska — Contd. 



Clark M. Garber 

George A. Morlander 

Leigh E. Kobinson 

Physicians in Charge of Hospitals 



Morton Myers 

E. W. White 

W. K. Murphy 

W. J. B. McAuhffe- 
Morris P. Kaufman- 



Geological Survey 



George Otis Smith. 

Julian D. Sears 

John J. Madigan... 

S. J. Kubel. -- 

B. H. Lane. 

G. E. Mitchell 



Geologic Branch 
Walter C. MendenhalL. 



T. W. Stanton. 



G. F. Loughlin 

George R. Mansfield . 



W. C. Alden 

L. W. Stephenson. 



E. F. Burchard. 



n. D. Miser... 

Thomas B. Jaggar, jr. 
R. C. Wells 



Topographic Branch 



J. O. Staack 

Albert Pike 

H. H. Hodgeson. 
T. G. Gerdine.... 
S. S. Gannett-... 
W. M. Beaman.. 
J. H. Wheat 



Alaskan Branch 



Philip S. Smith 

Benjamin D. Stewart. 



Conservation Branch 



Herman Stabler. 
J. D. Northrop.. 

J. F. Deetis 

B. E. Jones 

H. I. Smith 

J. M. Alden 



R. C. Patterson. 
n. B. Soyster... 
B. W. Dyer 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Superintendent of school-:, western district, 
Akiak, .\laska. 

Superintendent of schools, northwestern dis- 
trict, Kotzebue, Alaska. 

Superintendent of sch'n.ls, Seward Penin- 
sula, Nome, .Alaska 



Physician, Akiak, Alaska 

Physician, Kotezebue, Alaska. . 
Physician, Kanakanak, -\laska. 

Physician, Juneau, Alaska 

Physician, Tanana, .\laska 



Director.- 

-Administrative geologist 

Chief clerk 

Chief, engraving and printing- 
Editor 

Librarian 



Chief geologist 

Geologist in charge, paleontology and strati- 
graphy. 

Geologist in charge, metalliferous deposits... 

Geologist in charge, areal and nonmetallif- 
erous geology. 

Geologist in charge, glacial geology 

Geologist in charge, coastal plain investiga- 
tions. 

Geologist in charge, geology of iron and steel 
metals. 

Geologist in charge, geology of fuels.. 

Volcanologist in charge, section of volcanology 

Chemist in charge, chemistry and physics 



Chief topographic engineer 

Engineer in charge, Atlantic division 

Engineer in charge. Central division 

Engineer in charge. Pacific division. 

Chief, computing section 

Chief, section of inspection and editing. 

Chief, map information office and section of 
photographic mapping. 



Chief Alaskan geologist 

Supervising mining engineer, Juneau and 
-Anchorage, .Maska. 



Chief, classification engineer--. 

Chief, mineral classification division 

Chief, agricultural division 

Chief, power division 

Chief, mineral leasing division 

Supervisor, oil and geologic operations, Rlid- 

Continent District, Muskogee, Okla. 
Supervisor, oil and geologic operations. 

Pacific District, Taft, Calif. 
Supervisor, oil and geologic operations, Rocky 

Mountain District, Casper, Wyo. 
District mining supervisor. Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 



Legal residence 



State 



Alaska. 



Ohio. 
Colo. 



Mass... 
Ill- 



Cong, 
dist. 



Alaska. 




Wash.. 




Wash.. 


2d 


Wash.. 


2d 


Wash.. 


2d 


Kv 


2d 


Calif... 


5th.... 


Me 


3d 


Md.... 


4th.... 


Mass... 


9th.... 


D. C .. 




Mass... 


13th... 


D. C... 





18th. 
1st.. 



5th. 
9th. 



D. C. 
Ohio.. 



111- 



D. C. 

Hawaii. 

N. Y 



Wis.. 
Ark.. 
S. D. 
Ga... 
Me... 
Vt... 
D. C. 



Mass... 
Alaska 



Md.... 
N. Y... 
D. C... 

Pa 

Colo... 
Calif... 



Calif... 
Tex 



Mont.. 



16th. 
9th.. 



30th. 



3d.. 
5th. 
2d.. 
8th. 
2d.. 
1st. 



8th.... 



6th.. 
35th. 



25th. 
7th" 
9th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



' With quarters. 

119539—30 5 



' With quarters and subsistence. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



' $2, 800 
' 2, 800 
' 2, 800 



8 3,940 
8 3, 940 
8 3,940 
' 3, 940 
« 3,940 



9,000 
6,400 
3,800 
5,600 
3,700 
3,200 



6, 500 
6,000 

6, 000 
5, 200 

5,200 
5, 200 

5, 000 

5, 200 
5, fiOO 
5,000 



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



6, 400 
5,000 



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

5,600 

5,600 

5,200 



58 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Geological Survey— Continued 
Conservaiion Branch — Con. 



R. H. Allport-- 
J. J. Bourquin.. 
C. F. Williams- 
W. W. Fleming. 



Water Resources Branch 



N. C. Grover. 
John C. Hoyt- 



O. E. Meinzer_ 
W. D. Collins.. 
A. H. Horton.. 



LjTin Crandall 

H. C. Beckman 

E. D. Burchard 

G. H. Canfield 

Max H. Carson. 

W. E. Dickinson 

J. J. Dirzulaitis 

F. C. Ebert 

C. E. Ellsworth 

Robert Follansbee 

H. E. Orosbach 

A. W. Harrington 

O. W. Hartwell 

Warren R. King 

H. B. Kinnison 

W. A. Lamb 

Lasley Lee 

H. D. McGlashan... 

G. L. Parker.. 

C. G. Paulsen 

A. B. Purton 

S. B. Soule 

M. R. Stackpole 

R. R. Woolley 

C. L. Batchelder 

B. L. Bigwood. 

John H. Gardiner 

William Kessler 

C. E. McCashin 

J. B. Spiegel 

Albert G. Fiedler 

Berkeley Johnson 

Penn P. Livingston.. 
J. HoUoway Morgan. 

George H. Taylor 

Donald S. Wallace... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



District mining supervisor, Billings, Mont... 

District mining supervisor, Denver, Colo 

District muling supervisor, Miami, Okla 

District mining supervisor, McAlester, Okla. 



Chief hydraulic engineer 

Hydraulic engineer in charge, division of sur- 
face water. 
Geologist in charge, division of ground water. 
Chemist in charge, division of quality of water. 
Hydraulic engineer in charge, division of 
power resources. 

District engineer, Idaho Falls. Idaho. 

District engineer, Rolla, Mo.. 

District engineer, Asheville, N. C 

District engineer, Portland, Oreg 

District engineer, Honolulu, T. H 

District engineer, Tucson, Ariz 

District engineer, Charlottesville, Va 

Engineer in charge, Los Angeles, Calif 

District engineer, Austin, Te.x ' 

District engineer, Denver, Colo 

District engineer, Indianapolis, Lnd 

District engineer, Albany, N. Y 

District engineer, Trenton, N. J 

District engineer, Chattanooga, Tenn 

District engineer, Boston, Mass 

District engineer, Helena, Mont 

District engineer, Columbus, Ohio. 

District engineer, San Francisco, Calif.. 

District engineer, Tacoma, Wash.. 

District engineer, Boise, Idaho... 

District engineer. Salt Lake City, Utah 

District engineer, Madison, Wis 

District engineer, Augusta, Me 

Hydraulic engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah 

District engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

District engineer, Hartford, Conn 

Engineer in charge, Fort Smith, Ark 

District engineer, South Charleston, W. Va.. 

District engineer, Tuscaloosa, Ala 

District engineer, Topeka, Kans.. 

Engineer in charge, Minneapolis, Minn 

District engineer, Lansing, Mich 

Engineer in charge, Carrizo Springs, Tex 

District engineer, Chicago, 111 

Engineer in charge, Lodi, Calif... 

Engineer in charge, Ocala, Fla 



Bureau of Reclamation 



Elwood Mead .' Commissioner 

Porter W. Dent , Assistant Commissioner.. 

Miss Mae A. Schnurr ' Assistant to the Commissioner 

Hugh A. Brown ...' Director of reclamation economics. 

Charles A. Bissell Chief, engineering division.. 

M^illiam F. Kubach ; Chief accountant. 

George O. Sanford. 

Charles N. McCulloch.... 



Reclamation Field Service 



Raymond F. Walter. 

John L. Savage 

Sinclair O. Harper... 



Leslie N. McClellan... 

Erdman B. Debler 

Charles M. Day 

Laurence R. Smith 

Raymond M. Priest... 

Homer J. Oault 

Rudolph C. E. Weber. 



Senior economic analyst. 
Chief clerk 



Chief engineer, Denver, Colo 

Designing engineer, Denver, Colo 

General superintendent of construction, 
Denver, Colo. 

Electrical engineer, Denver, Colo 

Hydrographic engineer, Denver, Colo.. 

Mechanical engineer, Denver, Colo 

Chief clerk, Denver, Colo 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz 

Construction engineer, Denver, Colo 

Superintendent, Orland, Calif... 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex.... 

W. Va. 
Ohio... 
Okla... 



N. J.. 
N. Y. 



Ill 

lnd... 
N. Y.. 



Idaho. 

Ill 

Iowa.. 
Oreg.. 
Calif.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Calif.. 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y. 
Pa.... 
Colo.. 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Pa.... 
N. Y.. 
Wash. 
Idaho. 
Kans.. 
Wis... 
Me... 
Utah.. 
Mass.. 
Vt.... 
Ariz... 
N. Y.. 
Tex... 
Mich. 
Pa...- 
Idaho. 
Wis... 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 
N. Y. 



Calif- 
Tenn. 
Pa.... 
N. J... 
Wash. 
Ohio.. 
Mont. 
S. C. 



Cong, 
dist. 



14th. 
1st.. 
17th. 
3d... 



9th.. 
35th. 



2d... 
6th.. 
43d.. 



Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 

Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Ariz... 
Ohio., 
lnd... 



2d.... 
6th... 
7th... 
1st... 
8th... 
38th.. 
13th.. 
7th... 
10th.. 
1st... 
1st-.. 
24th.. 
18th.. 
1st... 
10th.. 
1st... 
10th.. 
35th.. 
3d.... 
3d_... 
5th... 
3d.... 
1st... 
2d.... 



25th. . 



6th.. 
9th.. 
6th.. 
3d... 
4th.. 
13th. 
2d... 
4th.. 



Jst... 
1st-.. 
4th... 

1st... 
Ist... 
1st... 
1st... 



20th. 
6th.. 



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59 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bnreau of Reclamation — Con. 

Reclamation FUtd Havice — Con 

Leo J. Foster 

John C. Page -. 

Robert J. Newell 

Edward B. Darlington 

Albert W. Walker 

Ralph Lowry 

Porter J. Preston 

Horace A. Parker 

Harold H. Johnson 

Walker R. Young 

Lewis E. Foster 

Harry W. Bashore 

Frank A. Banks 

Beauford E. Hayden 

Frederick C. Younghlutt -, 

Lawrence R. Fiock 

Ernest O. Larson -. 

Frank F. Smith 

Roy B. Williams 

Lester H. Mitchell.. 

Harold D. Comstock 

Bernard E. Stoutemyer 

James R. Alexander 

William J. Burke 

Armand Ollutt 

Richard J. Cofley. 

Herbert J. S. Devries. 

National Park Service 

Washington Office 



Horace M. Albright 

Arno B. Cammercr 

Arthur E. Demaray 

Washington B. Lewis... 

H. C. Bryant 

George A. Moskey 

Ronald M. Holmes 



Field IIeadouarter.s, Na- 
tional Park Service, San 
Francisco, Caiif. 

Frank A. Kittredge 

Thomas C. Vint 

Ansel F. Hall 

Frank Solinsky 

Superintendents of National 
Parks 

George B. Dorr 

Thomas Boles.. 

Elbert C. Solinsky. 

J. Ross Eakin 

M. R. Tillotson 

Samuel T. Woodring 

Thomas J. Allen, jr 

Hugh De Valin 

Lynne W. Collins.. 

Jesse L. Nusbaum 



Superintendent, Montrose, Colo 

Superintendent, Grand Junction, Colo 

Sui)i'rintcn(iont, Boise, Idaho 

Supcrintenilcnt, Burley, Idaho 

Construction engineer, Fairfield, Mont 

Construction engineer, Cle Elum, Wash 

Superintendent, Yakima, Wash 

Superintendent, Savage, Mont 

Superintendent, Malta, Mont 

Construction engineer. Las Vegas, Nev 

Superintendent, Carlsbad, N. Mex 

Con.struction engineer. Vale, Oreg 

Construction engineer, Owyhee, Oreg 

Superintendent, Klamath Falls, Oreg 

Superintendent, Newell, S. Dak 

Superintendent, El Paso, Tex 

Associate engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Construction engineer, Coalbille, Utah 

Acting construction engineer, EUensburg 
Wash. 

Superintendent, Powell, Wyo 

Superintendent, Riverton, Wyo 

District counsel, Portland, Oreg 

District counsel, Montrose, Colo 

District counsel, Billings, Mont 

District counsel, Denver, Colo 

District counsel, Berkeley, CaUf 

District counsel, El Paso, Tex 



Director 

Associate director 

Senior assistant director.. 

Assistant director 

do 

Assistant to the director. 
Chief clerk... 



Chief civil engineer 

Chief landscape architect 

Chief park naturalist and forester 
Special assistant to the director... 



Superintendent, Aradia National Park, Bar 
Harbor, Me. 

Superintendent, Carlsbad Caverns National 
Park. 

Superintendent, Crater Lake National Park, 
Crater Lake, Oreg. 

Superintendent, Glacier National Park, Bel- 
ton, Mont. 

Superintendent, Grand Canyon National 
Park, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Grand Teton National Park, 
Moose, Teton County, Wyo. 

Superintendent, Hawaii National Park, Vol- 
cano House, Hawaii. 

Superintendent, Hot Springs National Perk, 
Hot Springs, Ark. 

Superintendent, Lassen Volcanic National 
Park, Calif. 

.^rchseolopist of Natioral Park Service and 
sui erii. tender t, M(sa N'erde National 
P; rk, Mancos, Colo. 



Colo... 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 

Nev 

Oreg... 

Ariz 

Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Colo... 
N.Mex. 
Nebr... 
Idaho.. 

Ariz 

Wis.... 
Tex.... 
Utah... 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 



Wyo... 
Wyo... 
Oreg... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Calif... 
N.Mex. 



Calif. 

Va... 

Minn.. 

Cahf.. 

Calif.. 

Wash- 

Pa.... 



Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 



Me.. 
Ark. 
Calif... 
W. V 

Ariz 

Mont.. 
Colo. 



4th... 
4th... 
2d.... 
2d.... 



2d. 



2d.... 
2d.... 
1st-.. 
At L. 
6th... 
2d.... 
At L. 
3d.... 
16th.. 
2d.... 



1st. 



3d.... 
4th... 
1st-.. 
1st-.. 
6th-.. 



6th. 
Sth. 
5th. 
2d.. 



1st. 
1st. 



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



3d.... 
4th... 
2d.... 
1st... 
At L. 
2d.... 
2d.... 



Calif. 
Colo. 



2d 

2d 



$4, 800 
4,600 
4,800 
5,000 
4,800 
4,800 
5,200 
4,000 
4,000 
6,500 
4,000 
5,000 
6,500 
4,800 
4,000 
4,800 
3,300 
4,800 
4,600 

4,800 
4,800 
5,000 
4,600 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 



8, 500 
6,500 
5, 600 
5,600 
5, 600 
5,000 
3,300 



5,800 
5, 000 
4,800 
4,600 



3,000 
3,200 
3,600 
5,0C0 
4,800 
3,300 
3,700 
"3,450 
3,000 
4,800 



• Salary paid by Public Health Service; National Park Service furnishes quarters, fuel, and light. 



60 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





official title and station 

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


Legal residence 


Coin- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


National Park Service — Con. 

Field Headquarters, Na- 
tional Park Service, San 
Francisco, Calif.— Contd. 

Superintendents of National 
Parts— Continued 


Superintendent, Mount Mckinley National 
Park, McKinley Park, Alaska. 

Superintendent, Mount Rainier National 
Park, Longmire, Wash. 

Superintendent, Piatt National Park, Sul- 
phur, Okla. 

Superintenilent, Rocky Mountain National 
Park, E.stes Park, Colo. 

Superintendent, Sequoia National Park and 
acting superintendent, General Grant Na- 
tional Park, Sequoia National Park, Calif. 

Acting superintendent, Sullys Hill National 
Park, Fort Totten, N. Dak. 

Superintendent, Wind Cave National Park, 
Hot Springs, S. Dak. 

Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park, 
Wyo. 

Superintendent, Yosemite National Park, 
Calif. 

Superintendent, Zion and Bryce Canyon 
National Parks, Spriugdale, Utah. 

Custodian, Aztec Ruin National Monument, 
Aztec, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Capulin Mountain National 
Monument, Capulin, N. Mex. 

Superintendent, Southwestern Monuments, 
Coolidge, Ariz. 

Custodian, Chaco Canyon National Monu- 
ment, Crown Point, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Craters of the Moon National 
Monument, Arco, Idaho. 

Custodian, Devils Tower National Monu- 
ment, Hulett, Wyo. 

Custodian, El Morro National Monument 
Ramah, N. Mex. 

Custodian George Washington birthplace, 
Potomac Mills, Westmoreland County, Va. 

Custodian, Gran Quivira National Monu- 
ment, Gran Quivira, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Montezuma Castle National 
Monument, Camp Verde, Ariz. 

Custodian, Muir Woods National Monu- 
ment, Mill Valley, Calif. 

Custodian, Natural Bridges National Monu- 
ment, Blanding, Utah. 

Custodian, Navajo National Monument, 
Kayenta, Ariz. 

Custodian, Petrified Forest National Monu- 
ment, Holbrook, Ariz. 

Custodian, Pinnacles National Monument, 
Pinnacles, Calif. 

Custodian, Pipe Springs National Monu- 
ment, Ariz. 

Custodian, Scotts Blufl National Monu- 
ment, Scottsbluff, Nebr. 

Custodian, Sitka National Monument, Sitka, 
.Alaska. 

Custodian, Tumacacori National Monu- 
ment, .A.riz. 

Custodian, Varendrye National Monument, 
Sanish, N. Dak. 

Custodian, Wupatki National Monument, 
Flagstaff, Ariz. 


Mont 

Wash.. 

Okla... 

Colo... 

Calif... 

N. Mex 
S. Dak. 
Colo... 
N. Y... 
Wyo... 

Ariz 

N.Mex. 

Ariz 

Ariz 

Idaho.. 
Wyo... 
N.Mex. 
Va 


2il. . 
2d.. .. 
5th.... 
1st.... 
Stn.... 

At L.. 


$3, 1'l c 


Owen A. Tomlinson 


4 liHl 


William E. Branch 


2,700 




4,000 


John R. White 


4,400 


Orin C. Gray i" 




A. J. Snyder 


3d 

1st.-.. 
33d.... 
At L.. 

AtL.. 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 

2d 

7th.... 
AtL.. 


2,500 


Roger W. Toll . 


4,800 


C. G. Thomson . . 


4,800 




3,600 


Custodians of National 
Monuments 


1,740 




12 


Frank Pinkley ... 


3,000 


Hilding Palmer 


1,860 


R. B. Moore 


1,680 


John M. Thorn 


12 


Evon Z. Vogt 


384 




1,200 


William H. Smith 


N.Mex. 

Ariz 

Calif... 
Utah... 
Ariz 


AtL.. 
AtL.. 

1st 

1st 

AtL.. 


1,680 


Martin L. Jackson 


1,680 


John T. Needham .. 


2,300 

12 


Zeke Johnson . . . 


John Wetherill 


12 


Charles J. Smith 


2 000 


Washington Hawkins 

Leonard Heaton 


Calif... 

Ariz 

Nebr... 
Alaska. 

Ariz 

N.Dak. 
.\riz 


Sth.... 
AtL.. 
6th.-.. 
AtL.. 
AtL.. 

3d 

At L.- 


12 

12 


A. N. Mathers 


12 


Peter Trierschield 


12 


■George L. Boundey . 


1,800 


.Adolph Larson 


12 


Je-sse C. Clarke 


12 







'" Also superintendent, Fort Totten Indian Agency. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



61 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



The Alaska Railroad 



Otto F. Ohlson 

Ernest Walker Sawyer. 



Burton H. Barndollar. 
John T. Cunningham. 



RossH. Hale. 



Charles H. Holmes.. 
George W. ColwelL. 
Fred H. Lounsbury. 



Alfred G. Balls.. 

Dewey W. Metzdorf. 

James J. Delaney 

George C. Dickens... 



St. Elizabeths Hospital 



Wilham .\. White... 
Herbert C. Woolley. 
Monie Sanger 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



General manager, Anchorage, .\laska 

Special assistant to the general manager, An- 
chorage, Alaska. 

Examiner of accounts, .Anchorage, Alaska 

Superintendent of transportation, .\nchorage, 

Alaska. 
Superintendent of motive power and equip- 
ment. Anchorage, .Alaska. 

Chief engineer, Anchorage, Alaska 

General roadmaster, .'Vnchorage, Alaska 

.\uditor of station accounts. Anchorage, 

Alaska. 
Special disbursing agent. Anchorage, Alaska.. 

General storekeeper, .Anchorage, Alaska 

Chief clerk. Anchorage, Alaska 

General freight, passenger and immigration 
agent, Chicago, 111. 



Superintendent - 

First assistant physician 

.Assistant to the superintendent. 



Freedman's Hospital !- 



William K. Warfield.. 

B. Price Hurst.. 

Thomas E. Jones - 

Lawrence W. Jackson- 
George W. .\dams 

John K. Rector 

Charlotte K. May 



Superintendent of nurses 

Principal psychiatric social worker. 
Principal occupational therapist 



Medical Division 



Mary O'Malley Clinical director 

Roscoe C. Hall do 

Watson W. Eldridge Senior medical officer. 

Nolan D. C. Lewis do 

Walter Freeman | do. 

Edith M. Haydon .._. 

Sarah F. Schroeder 

Celia B. Chapman 

Administrative Division 

Paul M. Lehman 

Arnold W. Barbour 

Homer Smith 

Clara M. Gaston 

Porter L. Bush 

Honora O'Brien 

Clara Willard 

E. Harry Weisbrod 

Charles B. Snyder 

Daniel J. Sullivan 

Mildred E. Parker 

David A. Brodie 



Chief clerk 

Secretary to superintendent 

Disbursing agent 

Purchasing agent 

Personnel officer 

Matron 

Librarian 

Chief engineer 

Superintendent of construction. 

Chief of commissary 

Chief dietitian 

Farm superintendent 



Surgeon in chief 

Roentgenologist 

Resident assistant sugeon. 

Resident physician 

Pathologist 

Anesthetist 

Superintendent of nurses.. 



Legal residence 



State *^'°°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Minn. 
D. C. 



D. C... 
Oreg... 

Wash.. 

Alaska. 
Alaska - 
Wash.. 

Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
D. C... 



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



N. Y. 
D. C. 

N. Y. 
Md.. 
Pa... 
Va... 
D. C. 
Mo-. 



Md-... 
D. C 
Iowa 
Pa.. 
N. Y... 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Pa.... 
Miss.. 
Ga.... 
Mass.. 
D. C 



D. C. 
D. C. 
Va. .. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Kans. 



8th.... 



3d. 



34th.. 



40th... 



17th. 
5th-, 
1st.. 
8th.. 



nth. 



6th.. 



3d..- 
15th- 
27th. 



3d... 
7th_. 
10th- 
13th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$14, 400 
10, 000 

5, 400 
5,150 

4,850 

5,150 
4,200 
3,600 

3, 480 
3,850 
3,200 
4,000 



9,000 
6,500 
6,500 



6,000 
5,600 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
2,700 
2,500 
2,700 



2,800 
3,100 
3,400 
2,800 
2,900 
2,700 
2,500 
3,600 
3,600 
2,600 
2,600 
3,300 



6,200 
3,200 
3,800 
2,600 
2,600 
2,000 
2,400 

n St. Elizabeths Hospital is an institution placed by law under the supervision of the Secretary of the 
Interior. 

12 Freedmen's Hospital is an institution placed by law under the supervision of the Secretary of the 
Interior. It is maintained by receipts from the District of Columbia for indigent residents; receipts from 
the Federal Government for indigent residents of the States; and by receipts from pay patients. The 
cost of construction for most of the buildings has been borne by the Federal Government and of a few by 
the District of Columbia. 



62 Official Register of the United States, 1930 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Howard University n 












Secretary of the Interior, patron ex officio 






(") 




President ... 


W. Va 




$7,000 






D. C... 




.5.000 


r. D. Wilkinson 




D. C... 




3,500 


War Minerals Relief 












Commissioner 


Iowa... 


7th.... 


6.200 


Southern Appalachian 
National Park Commission 






Henrv W. Temple . - . 


Chairman, Representative in Congress 

Vice chairman. National .\rts Club, New 

York City. 
Appalachian Mountain Club, Salem, Mass.. 
Secretary, chief engineer (topographic), U. S. 

Geological Survey. 
Clerk 


Pa 

N. J.... 


25th... 


(') 




(5) 




Mass... 




(«) 


Glenn S. Smith ... . ..- 


Okla... 
D. C... 


3d .... 


W 


D. H. Erbach 


2,200 


Columbia Institution for the 
Deaf 13 










Territorial Officers " 










ALASKA 












Governor, Juneau 

Secretary of the Territory, Juneau 


Colo... 
Alaska. 


1st 


7,000 


Karl Theile 


3,700 


Hawaii 










Lawrence M. Judd 

Raymond C. Brown 


Governor, Honolulu 

Secretary of the Territory, Honolulu 


Hawaii. 
Hawaii- 




10,000 
5,800 







5 Serves without compensation. 

"Howard University is not a part of the Interior Department. It was incorporated by act of Congress, 
of Mar. 2, 18(j7, as "a university for the education of youth in liberal arts and sciences under the name 
style, and title of Howard University." The first appropriation to the university from the United States 
Government was made on Mar. 3, 1879, and each year since Congress has continued to make appropria- 
tions for the maintenance and development of the university. Such appropriations are required to be 
expended under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior. The total university budget for the 
fiscal year 1929-30 is $2,050,091.85, including $560,715.33 tor building operations, $380,985.65 for a chemistry 
building, the balance remaining of the $390,000 appropriated for that purpose; and $179,729.68 for a dor- 
mitory building for young women, the balance remaining of the $190,000 appropriated by Congress in the 
appropriations acts of 1928 and 1930. Both appropriations for the building operations were made without 
year. By the act of Dec. 13, 1928, amending section 8 of an act entitled "An act to incorporate Howard 
University in the District of Columbia," approved Mar. 2, 1867, Congress authorized annual appropria- 
tions to be made for maintenance, etc., of the institution. 

i< Serves without additional compensation. 

15 This institution is managed by a board of trustees, but certain duties in connection with the adminis- 
tration are under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior. 

i« The governors and secretaries of the Territories are presidential appointees. The reports of the gov- 
ernors are made to the Secretary of the Interior. The organization of the courts of Alaska and Hawaii 
are shown on pp. 145, 147. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



SECRETARY 

ARTHUR MASTICK HYDE, OF MISSOURI 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Ohio... 
Mo.... 
N. J.... 
Md.... 

Ky 

lowa.-- 
Ohio..- 


12th... 
15th... 

2d 

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

3d 

17th... 


Kans... 
Mo.... 


5th..-. 
2d 


Ohio..- 
Md...- 
D. C... 


17th-... 
4th-.-. 


D.C... 




D.C. 


• 


Md.... 


6th...- 


Mo.... 
D. C 


2d 


Mass.-. 


10th... 


Kans... 


6th.... 


Ohio... 


18th..- 


N. Y... 


10th... 


N. C... 


10th... 


Ohio._- 
Mich... 
Utah... 
Nebr... 
Mich... 
lowa... 


2d 

8th.... 

2d 

3d 

9th..-- 
5th...- 


R. I.... 
W. Va.. 

Oa 

N. C... 


2d... . 

1st 

7th.... 
8th.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Field Title Attorneys 



Howard A. Lamprey. 

Clem B. Wilson 

John Awtrey 

Julius C. Fletcher 



Office of the Secretary 

Renick W. Dunlap 

Elihu N. Meador 

Frank H. Spencer 

Albert F. Woods. 

Walter Q. Campbell 

Clyde W. Waiburton 

Warner W. Stockberger ' 

Milton S. Eisenhower 

Elton L. Marshall 

Office of Personnel and 
Business Administration 

Warner W. Stockberger ' 

W. Ashby Jump.- _ 

Robert M. Reese 

Almerico Zappone 

Percy L. Gladmon 

Alex McC. Ashley 

Office of the Solicitor 

Elton L. Marshall 

Charles W. Boyle- .-.- 

Patrick D. Cronin 

Fred Lees 



Arthur H. McConville 

Thomas G. Shearman 

John P. Wenchel-. .- 

District Law Officers 



Harry P. Dechant 

William F. Staley 

Charles S. Brothers... 

Walter J. Ise 

Edwin S. French 

Manly G. Thompson. 



Assistant Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Secretary to the Secretary 

Director of scientific work.. 

Director of regulatory work 

Director of extension work 

Director of personnel and business adminis- 
tration. 

Director of information- -- 

Solicitor - 

Director 

Assistant director and budget officer 

Chief clerk and superintendent of buildings.. 
Chief, division of accounts and disbursements. 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, division of purchase, sales, and traffic. 

Solicitor 

Assistant solicitor 

Principal attorney in charge, division of food 
and drugs, insecticides and fungicides, seeds, 
tea inspection, naval stores, virus-serum 
control, meat inspection, import milk, caus- 
tic poison, and compilation of laws. 

Principal attorney in charge, division of 
national forests, grain futures, cotton fu- 
tures, cotton standards, Federal warehouses, 
excess wool profits, farm products inspec- 
tion, produce agency, standard container, 
packers and stockyards, perishable agricul- 
tural commodities. 

Principal attorney in charge, division of ac- 
quisition of lands under Weeks law. 

Senior attorney in charge, division of animal 
and plant quarantines. Federal-aid roads, 
28-hour law, bee imports, and agricultural 
colleges and experiment stations. 

Senior attorney in charge, division of wild life 
conservation, estate claims, fiscal, person- 
nel, leases, contracts, patents, seed loans, 
and acquisition of lands other than for 
national forests. 



San Francisco, Calif... 

Portland, Oreg -. 

Missoula, Mont 

Denver, Colo 

Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Ogden, Utah 



Warren, Pa 

Hot Springs, .\rk. 
Franklin, N. C... 
do 



$9, 000 
6,000 
4,600 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
7,500 

6,500 
8,000 



7,500 
6,000 
4,800 
5,000 
4,000 
4,800 



8,000 
5,800 
5,800 



5,800 



5,800 
5,200 



5,200 



4.800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4, 600 



3,600 
3,300 
3,200 
3,300 



.\lso principal physiologist in charge of drug plant investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. 

63 



64 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Solicitor— Con. 

Field Title Attorneys— Con. 



Alfred S. Origg 

John A. Murphy 

Way land W. Sanford. 

Leland S. French 

Ralph J. Luttrell 



Office of Information 



Milton S. Eisenhower. 

Arthur P. Chew 

Harry J. Demaree 



Division of Publications 



Melvin C. Merrill 

Frank D. Smith 

Edwin C. Powell 

Joseph H. Stevenson. 
Clarence E. Bracey.. 
Francis J. P. Cleary.. 



George L. Sherman. 
John O. Riley 



Maurice A. Downes. 
Mabel O. Hunt 



Press Service 
Charles E. Gapen 

Radio Service 

Morse Salisbury 

Library 

Claribel R. Barnett.... 
Emma B. Hawks 



Helen M. Thompson. 
Lydia K. Wilkins 



Office of Experiment Stations 

Walter H. Evans 

Walter H. Beal 



Howard L. Knight 

Division of Insular Experiment 
Stations 

Walter H. Evans 

Hugo W. Alberts 

John M. Westgate 

George F. Freeman 

Charles W. Edwards 

John B. Thompson 

Extension Service 

Clyde W. Warburton 

Leonore B. Fuller 

Clarence B. Smith 

Joseph W. Hiscox 

Raymond Evans 

L. Emory White 



Elkins, W. Va 

Winona, Minn 

Duluth, Minn 

Marquette, Mich. 
Harrisonburg, Va. 



Director of information 

.\ssistant to the director 

Personnel and business oflBcer. 



Chief 

Assistant 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Assistant 

tion. 
Assistant 
Assistant 

tion. 
Assistant 
Assistant 



Chief. 



chief 

in charge of editorial work 

in charge of illustrations 

in charge of duplicating work 

in charge of congressional distribu- 



in charge of printing work 

in charge of miscellaneous distribu- 



in charge of mailing lists, 
in charge of indexing 



.do. 



Librarian 

Associate librarian and chief of readers' divi- 
sion. 

Chief, catalogue and order division 

Chief, periodical division 



Acting chief 

Associate in experiment station administra- 
tion. 
Editor, Experiment Station Record 



Tenn.. 
N. H.. 
Minn. 
Tenn_. 
Va.... 



Kans. 
D. C. 
Pa... 



8th. 
2d.. 
8th. 
1st. 

7th _ 



5th.. 
IQth". 



Utah. 
Pa... 
Md.. 
Kans. 
Va... 
111.... 



2d... 

27th. 
6th.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
25th. 



Chief 

Principal agronomist in charge of .\laska sta- 
tions, Sitka, Alaska. 

Principal agronomist in charge of Hawaii sta- 
tion, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Principal agronomist in charge of Porto Rico 
station, Mayaguez, P. R. 

Senior animal husbandman in charge of Guam 
station, island of Guam. 

Senior agronomist in charge of Virgin Islands 
station, St. Croix, Virgin Islands. 



Director of extension work 

Admin istrative assistant 

Chief, office of cooperative extension work. 

Chief, othce of exhibits.. 

Chief, office of motion pictures | Ohio 

Senior administrative assistant in charge of 
office of seed loans. 



Kans... 
Ind.... 


3d 

2d 


Md.... 
Mass... 


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


Ill 


13th... 


Wis..-. 


3d 


N. Y... 
Mass... 


28th... 
1st 


Va 

D. C... 


8th.... 


Ind 

Va 


9th.... 
3d 


Mass... 


3d 


Ind.... 
Wis_... 


9th.... 
3d 


Kans... 


5th.... 






Mich... 


4th.... 


Calif. - 


8th.... 


Iowa... 
S. C... 
Mich... 
Tenn... 
Ohio... 
N. Dak. 


3d 

1st.... 
11th... 

2d 

17th... 
1st 



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65 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Extension Service — Contd. 

Office of Cooperative Extension 
Work 



Clarence B. Smith. 
James A. Evans 



T. Weed Harvey.. 
George E. Farrell. 



Albert B. Graham 

William A. Lloyd 

Florence E. Ward 

Reuben Brigham l. 

Meredith C. Wilson 

Weather Bureau 



Charles F. Marvin. 
Charles C. Clark— 
William Weber 



Scientific and Service Divisions 



Benjamin A. Blundon. 
Edgar B. Calvert 



Oliver L. Fassig 

Montrose W. Hayes 

Willis R. Gregg 

Alfred J. Henry 

William J. Humphreys. 

Benjamin C. Kadel 

Herbert H. Kimball 

Joseph B. Kincer 



Benjamin F. Larcombe. 
S. Percy Minnick 

Charles L. Mitchell 

George M. Richards 



Charles F. Talman.. 
Franklin G. Tingley. 



R. Hanson Weightman, 
Floyd D. Young 



Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations 



William H. Alexander. 

J. Cecil Alter 

John H. Armington 

Albert Ashenberger 

Marvin A. Baldwin 

William E. Barron 

William S. Belden 

Walter J. Bennett 

Thomas A. Blair 

Dean Blake. 



OFFiriAL TITTLE AND STATION 

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



Chief 

Associate chief, and principal agriculturist in 

charge of southern division. 
Assistant chief 

Principal agriculturist in charge of north- 
central division. 

Principal agriculturist in charge of subject- 
matter specialists. 

Principal agriculturist in charge of western 
division. 

Principal agriculturist in charge of eastern 
division. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of visual in- 
struction. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of reports and 
efficiency studies. 



Chief 

Assistant chief. 
Chief clerk 



Chief of supplies division 

Principal meteorologist in charge of forecast 
division. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of climato- 
logical division. 

Principal meteorologist in charge of river and 
flood division. 

Principal meteorologist in charge of aerological 
division. 

Principal meteorologist in charge of editorial 
work. 

Principal meteorologist in charge of meteor- 
ological physics. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of instrument 
division. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of solar radia- 
tion investigations. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of agricultural 
meteorology. 

Chief of printing division 

Chief of telegraph division 

Principal meteorologist and district forecaster. 

Administrative officer in charge of stations 
and accounts division. 

Associate librarian in charge of library 



.Associate meteorologist in charge of marine 

division. 
Senior meteorologist and district forecaster... 
Senior meteorologist in charge of fruit-frost 

investigations in the field, Pomona, Calif. 



Senior meteorologist, Columbus, Ohio. 
Meteorologist, Salt Lake City, Utah.., 
Senior meteorologist, Indianapolis, Ind 
Assistant meteorologist. Mobile, Ala... 
.Assistant meteorologist. Broken Arrow, Okla. 

Assistant meteorologist, Cairo, 111 

Assistant meteorologist, St. Joseph, Mo.. 

Associate meteorologist, Tampa, Fla 

Senior meteorologist, Lincoln, Nebr 

Assistant meteorologist, San Diego, Calif 



Georges. Bliss.. I Senior meteorologist, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Montello E. Blvstone 
Walter E. Bonnett 
Edward H. Bowie. 



Harry B. Boyer. 



Associate meteorologist, Huron, S. Dak 

.Assistant meteorologist, Fresno, Calif 

Principal meteorologist and district forecaster, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Assistant meteorologist, Key West, Fla 



Legal residence 



State ^"^S- 
°^^^^ dist. 



Mich. 
La... 



Ind.. 
111..-. 



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



Ohio. 
Pa... 
Tex.. 



Mass. 
111.-. 



Md.. 
N. C. 

N. Y_ 



Va-... 
Pa.... 

N. H.. 

S. C. 

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

Md... 

Ind.-_ 

Calif.. 
Oreg.. 



Tex... 
Ind... 
Ind... 
Tex... 
S. C. 

Ill 

Kans.. 
Ohio.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Iowa.. 
Ariz... 
Ind... 
Tex... 



11th. 
4th.. 

10th. 
22d__ 

1st.. 

16th. 

3d... 

5th.. 

37th. 



12th. 
4th.. 
14th_ 



16th. 
1st.. 

4th_. 

9th.. 

28th. 

28th. 

7th.. 

17th. 

2d... 

2d.... 



Com- 

pensa 

tion 



1st... 
25th.. 
6th... 

5th... 

nth.. 

lst.._ 
3d.... 



Ga. 



4th.... 
10th... 
13th... 
15th... 
4th_..- 
25th... 
1st.... 

1st 

nth... 

nth... 

6th.... 
At L_. 
7th.... 
7th.... 

1st 



$6, 400 
5, 600 

4,800 
5,600 

5, 600 

5,600 

5,600 

4,800 

4,800 



8, 000 
6, 200 
3,900 



3,100 
6, 000 

4,800 

5,600 

5,600 

5,800 

5,800 

4,800 

5,000 

5,000 

3,100 
3,100 
6,000 
3,600 

3,400 

3,500 

4,800 
4,600 



4, 600 

3, 800 

4, 600 
2,900 
2,600 
3,000 
2,600 
3,300 
4,600 
2,800 
4,600 
3,400 
2,900 
6,000 

2,600 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Weather Bureau— Continued 










Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations— Continued 










Albert Brand 


Associate meteorologist, Helena, Mont 

Associate meteorologist, Memphis, Tenn 

Associate meteorologist, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Junior meteorologist, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Junior meteorologist. Port Arthur, Tex 


N. J... 
Mich. . 

Pa 

Mich.. 

Tex 

Wis..- 
lowa... 
Tex.... 

Tex.... 

Pa 

Ohio... 
Mich-- 

111 

Mich-- 
Ohio... 
Mich-- 

Mo 

La 

Ohio... 
Kans.-. 

Mo 

Ohio... 
Mich.. 
Ohio... 
N. C... 

Tex 

R. I.... 
D. C... 


2d 

2d 

13th... 

2d 

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

3d 

7th.... 

7th.... 
20th... 
20th... 
6th.... 
22d.... 

2d 

12th... 
6th.... 
5th.... 
4th.... 
21st... 
1st.... 

1st 

5th.... 
6th.... 
9th.... 
1st.... 
10th... 
1st.... 


$3,300 


Frederick W. Brist 

William S. Brotzman 

Alexander G. Burns 

Ernest Carson 


3,400 
3,400 
2,160 
2,200 
2,000 




Junior meteorologist, Keokuk, Iowa 


2,100 


Isaac M. Cline . 


Principal meteorologist and district forecaster. 

New Orleans, La. 
Associate meteorologist, Dallas, Tex 


6,000 


Joseph L. Cline . 


3,200 


Frank T. Cole 


Assistant meteorologist. Due West, S. C 

Associate meteorologist, Little Rock, Ark 

Associate meteorologist. Milwaukee, Wis 


2.800 


Harvev S. Cole.. 


3,300 


Frank H. Coleman 


3,200 




2,060 


McLin S. Collom 


Assistant meteorologist, Evansville, Ind 

Junior meteorologist, Green Bay, Wis 

Senior meteorologist, Detroit, Mich . 


2,700 


Fred Cone . 


2,000 




4,600 




Associate meteorologist, Kansas City, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist, Groesbeck, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Sandusky, Ohio 

Junior meteorologist, Concordia, Kans. 

Junior meteorologist, Tacoma, Wash .. .. 


3,200 


Pauls. Cook 


2,600 


Claude C. Cooper 


2,800 


Edward C. Corkill 


2,000 




2,400 


Howard B. Cowdrick 

James W. Cronk 

William S. Currier 


Junior meteorologist, Houghton, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, Shreveport, La 

Assistant meteorologist, Toledo, Ohio 

Junior meteorologist, Hatteras, N. C 

Senior meteorologist, Houston, Tex . > 


2,300 
2,800 
2,900 




2,160 


Lawrence H. Daingerfield 

Walcott L. Day 


4,600 


Junior meteorologist, Atlantic City, N. J 

Associate meteorologist and assistant district 

forecaster, Chicago, 111. 
Junior meteorologist, Anniston, Ala 


2,160 


WUfred P. Day 

Robert H. Dean . 


3,200 


Ky 

N. C... 
Minn.. 
Del_... 
Iowa... 

Pa 

Mass... 
Iowa... 

Mass... 
Tex.... 
W. Va. 

Kans... 
Md.... 
Mich-- 


1st.... 
4th.... 
10th... 
At L- 

3d 

1st.... 
11th... 
1st.... 

9th.... 
18th... 
4th.... 

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


1,960 


Lee A. Denson 


Associate meteorologist, Raleigh, N. C 

Senior meteorologist, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Assistant meteorologist, Pueblo, Colo 

Assistant meteorologist, Dubuque, Iowa 

Assistant meteorologist, Reading, Pa 


3,400 


William C. Devereaux 


4,000 


Harvey B. Dick 


2,800 


L. Walter Dick 

Cornelius J. Doherty 


2,600 
2,800 


Robert M. Dole 

Charles A. Donnel 

Milton W. Dow 

Leo Dwight 

Ray A. Dyke 

Eugene D. Emigh 

Cyrus H. Eshleman 

Ernest L. Felton 


Assistant meteorologist, Portland, Me.. 

Principal meteorologist and district forecaster, 

Chicago, 111. 

Assistant meteorologist, Burlington, Vt 

Senior observer, Winnemucca, Nev 

Senior meteorologist and assistant district 

forecaster. New Orleans, La. 

Assistant meteorologist, Augusta, Ga 

Junior meteorologist, Ludington, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist. Grand Junction, 

Colo. 

Associate meteorologist, Syracuse, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist, Roseburg, Oreg 

Associate meteorologist, Topeka, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Peoria, 111 

Assistant meteorologist. Walla Walla, Wash.. 

Senior observer. Red BlutT, Calif 

Associate meteorologist, Trenton, N. J 

Senior meteorologist and assistant district 

forecaster, Denver, Colo. 

Junior meteorologist, Yuma, Ariz 

Associate meteorologist. Phoenix, Ariz 

Assistant meteorologist, Miami, Fla 

Junior meteorologist, Abilene, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Sioux City, Iowa 

Junior meteorologist, Nantucket, Mass 

Junior meteorologist, Kalispell, Mont 

Junior meteorologist, Valentine, Nebr 

Junior meteorologist, Bakersfield, Calif 

Junior meteorologist, Thomasville, Ga 

Assistant meteorologist, Roswell, N. Mex 

Associate meteorologist, Davenport, Iowa 

Junior meteorologist, Sandy Hook, N. J 

Assistant meteorologist, Fort Wayne, Ind 

Senior meteorologist, San Juan, P. R 

Junior meteorologist. Block Island, R. I 

Assistant meteorologist, Dayton, Ohio 


2,800 
5,600 

2,600 
1,960 
4,600 

2,900 
2,300 
2,700 


John C. Fisher 

Edgar H. Fletcher 

Snowden D. Flora 

Merton L. Fuller. 

Charles C. Garrett 

Percy E. Garrison. 

Harry 0. Geren 

Edwin B. Gittings, jr 

James H. Gordon 

Robert Q. Grant 

Richard W. Gray 

William H. Green 

Gershom K. Greening 

George E. Grimes. 

John Grover 


N. Y... 
W. Va. 
Ind.... 
Iowa... 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Ohio... 
Colo... 

Calif... 
Ky..... 
N. C... 

Tex 

111 

Mass... 
Utah... 
Oreg... 
Calif... 

Fla 

Ill 

Tex.... 
N. Y... 
N.Mex. 
Ohio... 

Pa 

Mo 


33d.... 
2d 

nth... 

11th... 

nth... 

9th.... 
12th... 
2d 

7th.... 
1st.... 
9th...- 
14th... 
25th... 
16th... 

2d 

3d 

4th.... 

3d 

23d.... 
10th... 
34th... 
AtL.. 
13th... 
nth... 
7th.... 


3,200 
2,400 
3,500 
2,500 
2,800 
2,000 
3,200 
4,600 

2,160 
3,300 
2,700 
2,160 
2,700 
2,160 
2,200 


C. Dexter Grunow 

Leon J. Guthrie 

Olin M. Hadley 

Cleve Hallenbeck 

Andrew M. Hamrick.. 

Clarence F. Hand 

Erie L. Hardv 


2,300 
2.100 
2,300 
2,700 
3,200 
2,060 
2,900 


F. Eugene Hartwell 

Henry E, Hathaway 

John S. Hazen 


4,600 
2,060 
2,600 



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67 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



stafp Cong. 
'^'^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Mtttorological Field 
6Yo/(on«— Continued 



Henry B. Hersey 

Paul Hess 

Hobert E. Hever 

Perry R. Hill 

Elward W. Holcomb.. 

Edgar C. Horton 

Martin K. Hovde 

Henry C. Howe 

James M. Howe .- 

Berne P. Hughes 

William J. Hutchison. 

James H. Jarboe 

Frank Jermin 

Harley X. Johnson 

Edward P. Jones 

Edwin H. Jones 

Harris A. Jones 

James Jones 

Alonzo A. Justice 

Robert E. Kearney 

James L. Kendall 

Elgie M. Keyser 

Dennis S, Landis 

Edwin G. Larson 

William T. Lathrop... 



Thomas A. Lawler 

Owen T. Lay 

Gustave S. Lindgren.. 

F.obert T. Lindley 

Charles S. Ling 

Charles E. Linney 

John E. Lockwood 

George A. Loveland_., 
Joseph P. McAulilTe.- 

Rov J. McClurg 

Clifford J. McGregor.. 

Frank A. Math 

J. Bernhard ^lelin 

Gerald C. Merchant.. 

Eric R. Miller 

Ross O. Miller 

Alexander J. Mitchell. 

Ralph C. Mize 

Otto E. r\Ioery 

James P. Molen 

Harold L. Molyneux.. 

John J. Murphy 

Fred Myers 

William W, Neirert... 

John F. Newsom 

Clinton E. Norquest.. 

G. Harold Noyes 

Roscoe Nunn ." 

.4>lovsius E. Osborn... 

Harold P. Parker 

Henry R. Patrick 

Samuel P. Peterson... 

Lewis M. Pindell 

George W. Pitman 

Ira C. Plummer 

.\rthur W. Pugh 

Ulysses G. Purssell... 
Ernest M. Rampey... 

Llewellyn Raplee 

Harry Ravnes 

Charles D. Reed 



Thomas R. Reed. 



George Reeder 

Warren J. Rice 

Charles H. Richardson. 



Senior meteorologist, Los Angeles, Calif 

.\ssistant meteorologist, Wilmington, N. C... 

Junior meteorologist. Canton, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist. North Head, Wash 

.\ssistant meteorologist, Pensacola, Fla 

Junior meteorologist, Birmingham, Ala 

Assistant meteorologist, St. Paul, Alinn 

Associate meteorologist, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Junior meteorologist, Oswego, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist. Miles City, Mont. 

Assistant meteorologist, Medford, Oreg 

Assistant meteorologist, San .\ntonio, Tex... 

Assistant meteorologist, Alpena, Mich 

Junior meteorologist, Rapid City, S. Dak 

Associate meteorologist, Nashville, Tenn 

Assistant meteorologist, Yakima, Wash 

Junior meteorologist, Elkins, W. Va 

Junior meteorologist. Eureka, Calif 

Junior meteorologist. Dodge City, Kans 

Junior meteorologist. Devils Lake, N. Dak... 

.'^.ssociate meteorologist, Louisville, Ky 

Assistant meteorologist, Spokane, Wash 

Assistant meteorologist. Fort Worth, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Charles City. Iowa 

.\ssistant meteorologist, Yellowstone Park, 

Wyo. 
-Assistant meteorologist, Ellendale, N. Dak.. 

.\ssociate meteorologist, Yankton, S. Dak 

Associate meteorologist, Albany, N. Y 

Associate meteorologist, Vicksburg, Miss 

.■Assistant meteorologist, Harrisburg, Pa 

Associate meteorologist, Santa Fe, N. Mex... 

Assistant meteorologist, Charleston, S. C 

Senior meteorologist, Boston, Mass 

Assistant meteorologist. Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Junior meteorologist, Moorhead, Minn 

Assistant meteorologist, Nome, .Alaska. 

Junior meteorologist, Havre, Mont 

Junior meteorologist, San Jose, Calif 

Junior meteorologist, Greenville, S. C.. 

-Associate meteorologist, Madison, M'is.. 

Junior meteorologist, Williston, N. Dak 

Senior meteorologist, Jacksonville, Fla 

.\sssociate meteorologist, Juneau, Alaska 

Assistant meteorologist, Terre Haute, Ind 

Assistant meteorologist, Greensboro, N. C 

Junior meteorologist, Del Rio, Tex. 

Junior meteorologist, Eastport, Me 

Junior meteorologist, Tatoosh Island, Wash.. 
Associate meteorologist, Binghamton, N. Y.. 

A.ssistant meteorologist, Cape Henry, Va 

Associate meteorologist, Boise, Idaho 

Senior meteorologist, Cleveland, Ohio.. 

Senior meteorologist, St. Louis, Mo 

Junior meteorologist, Wausau, Wis 

Assistant meteorologist, Bellefonte, Pa 

Assistant meteorologist, Marquette, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, Wichita, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Chattanooga, Term.. 

Associate meteorologist, Cheyenne, Wj^o 

Assistant meteorologist, Galveston. Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Palestine, Tex 

Associate meteorologist, Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Observer, Spartanburg, S. C 

Junior meteorologist, Hartford, Conn 

Junior meteorologist, Macon, Ga 

Senior meteorologist, (cooperative) Des 

Moines, Iowa 

Senior meteorologist, and assistant district 

forecaster, San Francisco, Calif. 

.\ssociate meteorologist, Columbia, Mo 

Junior meteorologist, Grand Haven, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, Norfolk, Va 



Ky 

S. Dak. 

Vt 

Ind.... 
S. Dak. 

Ga 

Minn.. 
N. Y... 

Vt 

Ill 

Idaho.. 
Wash.. 
Mich.. 
Kans... 

Me 

Ohio... 
Miss... 
Tenn.. 

Tex 

S. Dak. 

Ind 

Ind 

.\riz 

Minn.. 
Ky 



N. Dak 

Ky 

N. Y... 

Ind 

Ohio... 

111 

Mass... 

Vt 

Miss... 
Oreg... 
Mich.. 
N. Y... 
Minn.. 
S. C... 

jVriz 

Mo 

Ala 

Calif... 

Ind 

Tex 

Mo 

Me 

Kans... 
Mass... 

Va 

Ind 

Mass... 
N. C.- 
Iowa... 
Ind.... 
Mich.. 

Ill 

Tenn.. 

Mo 

111 

Tex 

Iowa... 
S. C... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Iowa... 
Calif... 

Tex 

Iowa... 
D. C... 



5th... 
1st... 
2d.... 
6th... 
2d.... 
10th.. 
10th.. 
11th.. 
2d.... 
14th.. 
2d.... 
3d.... 

nth.. 

8th... 
1st... 
3d.... 
3d.... 
10th.. 
12th.. 
2d.... 
3d.... 
12th.. 
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9th... 
6th... 



1st... 
ISth.. 
7th... 
18th.. 
21st.. 
5th... 
2d.... 
8th... 
2d.... 
2d.... 
42d... 
3d.... 
3d.... 
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4th... 
3d.... 
3d.... 
3d.... 
11th.. 
4th... 
16th.. 
8th... 
16th.. 
3d.... 
10th.. 
6th... 
4th... 
3d.... 
4th... 
12th.. 
12th.. 
3d_... 
12th.. 
25 th.. 
8th... 

nth.. 

3d.... 
37th .. 
3d.... 



2d... 

nth. 



12th. 
7th.. 



600 
800 
160 
260 
800 
160 
600 
400 
100 
100 
600 
800 
800 
300 
300 
800 
300 
300 
060 
160 
300 
700 
800 
060 
760 

600 
200 
300 
300 
900 
400 
700 
600 
700 
100 
600 
160 
000 
300 
200 
300 
600 
200 
700 
700 
200 
200 
160 
200 
600 
300 
600 
600 
200 
700 
800 
800 
600 
300 
600 
400 
400 
800 
100 
300 

800 
600 

400 
000 
900 



' Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


C ora- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
S<a(!07!s— Continued 

Herbert W. Richardson 

Orris W. Roberts . . . 


Associate meteorologist, Diiluth, Minn 

Associate meteorologist, Bismarck, N. Dak... 


Minn., 
lowa... 
S.Dak. 

Ill 

Colo... 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 
Calif... 
Mo.-.. 
N. Y... 

Ill 

Tex.... 

Vt 

Iowa... 

Iowa 

Pa 

Colo... 

Iowa... 

Ill 

Mont.. 
Mich... 
Ohio... 

Mo 

S. C... 
Ohio... 
Ind.... 
Ohio... 
Iowa... 
Mo.... 
Conn. . 
W. Va. 
Kans... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

Calif... 
Ohio... 
Mich... 


12th... 
9th. ... 

2d 

1st 

1st 

30th... 
loth... 

3d 

1.3th... 
40th... 
16th... 
10th... 

2d 

2d 

7th.... 
16th... 
3d 

11th... 
2.5th-. 

2d 

8th-.. 
16th... 
5th-.. 

1st 

12th... 
4th-.. 
16th... 

2d 

7th 

2d 

4th.... 

2d 

14th... 
25th.. _ 

1st 

13th.- 


$3,200 
3,200 




3,800 




Associate meteorologist, Springfield, 111 

Junior meteorologist, Apalachicola, Fla 

.\ssociate meteorologist, Reno, Nev. 


3,500 


George P. Rusmisel . 


2,000 




3,200 


John E. Sanders 


.\ssistant meteorologist, Knoxville, Tenn 

Principal meteorologist. New York, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist, Brownsville, Tex 

.\ssistant meteorologist, Charlotte, N. C 

Associate meteorologist, Lansing, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist. El Paso, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Northfleld, Vt 


2,600 


James H. Scarr ... 


5,800 


William J. Schnurbusch 


2,600 
2,700 


Dewey A. Seeley 

Robert M. Shaver 


2,900 
2,700 


William A. Shaw 


1,960 


Julius M. Sherier. .- 


Principal meteorologist and district fore- 
caster, Denver, Colo. 

Junior meteorologist. North Platte, Nebr 

Assistant meteorologist. Fort Smith, Ark 

Associate meteorologist, Oklahoma City, 

Okla. 
Senior observer, Baker, Oreg . 


6,000 


Alphonso W. Shilling 


2,160 


Truman G. Shipman 


2,900 


J. Pemberton Slaughter 


3,200 
2,000 


Patrick H. Smyth . . 


Associate meteorologist, Montgomery, .ila... 
Senior observer, Lander, Wvo. 


3,400 


Hugh D Spangler 


2,100 


James H. Spencer 


Senior meteorologist, Buffalo, N. Y . 


4,600 


Harvey H. Spindler 

William P. Stewart 


.Assistant meteorologist, Escanaba, Mich 

Associate meteorologist, Richmond, Va 


2,800 
3,300 
2,200 


Charles M. Strong 


Assistant meteolologist. Savannah, Ga 

Associate meteorologist, Columbia, S. C 

vSenior meteorologist, Seattle, Wash 


2,900 


Richard H. Sullivan 


3,200 




4,600 


Leon G. Sutton 

William W. Talbott 


Assistant meteorologist. Port .\ngeles. Wash. 

Assistant meteorologist, Springfield, Mo 

Associate meteorologist. New Haven, Conn.. 
Assistant meteorologist, Sacramento, Cahf... 

Junior meteorologist, Ashevillc, N. C 

Junior meteorologist, PocatoUo, Idaho 

Assistant meteorologist, Erie, Pa 


2,600 
2,700 


Leonard M. Tarr .. 


3,300 


Nathaniel R. Tavlor 


2,800 


Thomas R. Tavlor 


2,300 


Arthur R. Teeple 


2,300 


Ralph W. Thomas 


2,600 


Walter W. Thomas 


Junior meteorologist, Lewiston, Idaho 

Junior meteorologist. La Cros.se, Wis... ... . 


2,300 




2,160 




Associate meteorologist, Fairbanks, Alaska... 


3,300 




N. Mex. 
Mass... 

Tenn... 
N. J.... 
N. Y.._ 
N. C... 
Tenn... 

Me 

Ohio... 
Ark_... 
S. Dak. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 


.At L.. 
16th-. 

2d 

2d 

.38th..- 
4th-... 

2d 

4th.. ._ 
12th--. 
4th--. 

1st 

2d 


2,300 


William H. Tracv 


Assistant meteorologist, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 
Junior meteorologist, Wvtheville, Va 


2,800 


Samuel B. Trotter 


2,200 


Ellwood E. Unger 

Jesse L. Vanderpool . . 


-Assistant meteorologist. Meridian, Miss 

Assistant meteorologist, Rochester, N. Y 


2.700 
2,800 




4,600 


John F. Voorhees . __. 


Associate meteorologist, Honolulu, Hawaii... 

Junior meteorologist, Concord, N. H 

Assistant meteorologist, Hannibal, Mo 


3,300 


Elisha C. Vose 


2,400 


Bion L. Waldron. . 


2,800 


Hugh H. Waters 


1,800 


John R. Weeks 

Edward L. Wells 


Associate meteorologist, Baltimore, Md 

Senior meteorologist, Portland, Oreg -. .. 


3,400 
4,600 


Rov A. Wells 


Assistant meteorologist, Reading, Calif . 

Assistant meteorologist, Scranton, Pa 

Assistant meteorologist. Royal Center, Ind... 

Senior observer, Modena, Utah 

Assistant meteorologist, Lynchburg, Va 

Senior meteorologist, Ithaca, N. Y 


2,700 


Ralph C. West 


N. Y... 
Idaho.. 
Mont-. 
Ohio... 
Wis.... 
Conn_- 
Tex-... 
Mich... 
Okla... 

Pa 

Pa 

Mo 

Ohio... 
Ky 


29th.. _ 
2d 

'istiV.- 

4th 

2d 

7th..-. 
nth... 

8th-... 

1st.... 
7th.... 
5th-... 
18th..- 
6th.... 


2,600 


Bernard B. Whittier .. 


2,600 


J. Thaxter Williams 


1,960 


George N. Wilson 

Wilford M. Wilson 


2,800 
4,600 


Charles S. Wood 


Assistant meteorologist. Providence, R. I 

Junior meteorologist, lola, Kans 


2,800 
1.960 


George B. Wurtz 

Will L. W viand 


Assistant meteorologist, Lexington, Ky 

Junior meteorologist, Sheridan, Wyo 


2,800 
2,160 


Bureau of Animal Industry 


Chief 


8,500 


Ulvsses G. Houck ' 




6,500 


Arthur W. Miller 2 


Assistant chief . 


5,800 


Charles C. Carroll 




4,800 


John R. Cohran 


Senior administrative assistaot 


3,500 



1 Also in charge of division of hog cholera control. 

2 Also in charge of packers and stockyards division. 



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69 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 



Earry Ciodiup 

Dallas 8. Biirch 

George H. Kussell 



George F. Tucker. .. 

Harry E. Moran 

Mary F. Thompson. 



Scientific and Reyulniory 
Dirisionx 



John S. Buckley. 



■William E. Cotton- 
Marion Dorset 



Maurice C. Hall. 



Ulysses G. Houck. 



Arthur W. Miller... 

George \V. Pope 

Robert -\. Kamsay. 



Earl W. Sheets. 



Don I. Skidmore. 
Rice P. Steddom. 



Alexander E. Wight 

Field He.^dquakters 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations 



George H. Woolfolk 

Burnett C. Johnson 

Henry J. Boyer 

Jame,s Johnston 

Charles Corson 

Frank E. Haworth 

Pleasant J. Huffman, jr_ 

Willis H. Meadors 

Louis K. Green 

James E. Lovejoy 

Otto Hornlein 

Robert W. Culbert 

Robert H. Nutt 

Andrew J. Creely 

Alvin F. Staub 

Fred Hern 

Bernhard P. Wende 

Frank G. Miller 

Adolph M. Casper 

Jacob Vogel 

Frank H. Colhns 

Herman Busman 

Clarence T. N. Marsh.. 

William C. Herrold 

George .\. Patterson 

Charles J. Millen 

John B. S trickier 

Ora W. Everly 

John C. Shafer 

Joseph Hannon 

Charles H. Herrold 

James E. Shelton 

Charles W. Deming 

Ralph F. Vermilya 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Attorney 

Agricultural editor in charge of editorial work. 

Administrative assistant in charge of person- 
nel. 

Administrative assistant in charge of ac- 
counts. 

Junior administrative assistant in charge of 
liabilities. 

Librarian 



Principal pathologist in charge of pathological 
division. 

Superintendent, experiment station, Bethes- 
da, Md. 

Principal biochemist in charge of biochemie 
division. 

Principal zoologist in charge of zoological divi- 
sion. 

.\ssociate chief of bureau and in charge of di- 
vision of hog-cholera control. 

.Assistant chief of bureau and in charge of 
packers and stockyards division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of field in- 
spection division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of tick eradi- 
cation division. 

Principal animal husbandman in charge of 
animal husbandry division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of division of 
virus-serum control. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of meat in- 
spection division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of tubercu- 
losis eradication division. 



Associate veterinarian, Albany, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, Albert Lea, Minn 

Assistant veterinarian, Allentown, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Alton, 111 

Assistant veterinarian, Anderson, Ind 

-Assistant veterinarian, Arkansas City, Kans. 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Athens, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian, .\tlanta, Ga 

Assistant veterinarian. Auburn, Me 

.\ssoeiate veterinarian, Augusta, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Austin, Minn 

Senior veterinarian, Baltimore, Md 

Associate veterinarian, Birmingham, Ala 

Assistant veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 

Senior veterinarian, Boston, Mass 

Principal lay inspector, Bridgeport, Conn 

Senior veterinarian, Buffalo, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, Butte, Mont 

Associate veterinarian. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.. 

Principal lay inspector, Charlotte, N. C 

Associate veterinarian, Chattanooga, Tenn... 

Senior veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate chemist, Chicago, 111 

Veterinarian, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Principal lay inspector, Claremont, N. H 

Veterinarian, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant veterinarian, Columbus, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio , 

Principal lay inspector, Cumberland, Md 

.Assistant veterinarian, Davenport, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Dayton, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

Assistant veterinarian. Des Moines, Iowa 

Veterinarian, Detroit, Mich 



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5th.. 
2d... 



16th. 

7th.. 
6th.. 
lUh- 



7th.. 

1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dlst. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations— Continued 



Harry H. Dell 

Charles E. Alootz 

William Fotheringham.. 

Horace R. Collins 

William C. Wootton 

Orrin W. Noyes 

Joseph n. Kitzhofer 

Miles Leroy Davenport . 

William B. Nichols 

George M. Dorman 

John S. Grove.- _ 

Arthur W. Combs 

George W. Knorr 

Harry A. Schneider 

John A. Thompson 

William A. Donegan 

Samuel M. Page 

William C. Siegmund... 

William E. Jennings 

Leroy E. Merrill 

Bert L. McCaslin 

John L. Burgett 

John R. Aufente 

Charles F. Palmer 

Paul P. Taylor 

James L. Orr 

George W. Butler 

Elmer F. Haven 

Jefferson Robinson 

Ernest I£. Baumann 

Michael W. McGuire... 

Joseph S. Jenison 

Hugh C. Kershner 



Thomas W. Carnachan. 

Samuel A. King 

Joseph M. Jehle 

Clarence B. Henderson. 

Carl A. Johnston 

Charles H. Deisel 

Edward P. Schaffter.... 

John B. Johnson 

Robert R. Newman 

Lewis A. Licking 

Walter F. Quigley 

Otto Seher 

Charles L. E. Kerr 

Lewis E. Epple 

Peter A. Franzmann 

Albert E. Behnke 

Corvin V. Shaw 

Willis B. Lincoln 

Ivan Lee Barstow 

George R. Hartman 

Carroll P. Hart 

Jackson B. Harris 

Charles F. Payne 

Qustave A. Kay 

Clarence L. Elliott 

Stephen K. Selby _. 

Guy T. Cole.- 

Duncan R. Gillies 

Walter F. Schroeder 

Jobn M. Harris 

William D. Wright 

Edward F. Cary 

Frank Jelen 

Edward A. Bover 

Frisbie T. Suit 

Julius Huelsen 



Assistant veterinarian, Dubuque, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Duluth, Minn 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Eau Claire, Wis 

Associate veterinarian. El Paso, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Erie, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Evansville, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Fargo, N. Dak. 

Assistant veterinarian, Fergus Falls, Minn... 

Principal lay inspector. Fort Smith, Ark 

.\ssistant veterinarian. Fort Wayne, Ind 

Associate veterinarian. Fort Worth, Tex 

Assistant veterinarian, Fostoria, Ohio 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Frankfort, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Frederick, Md 

Associate veterinarian. Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

Principal lay inspector. Green Bay, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Ilallstead, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa 

Principal lay inspector, Hartford. Conn 

Principal lay inspector, Haverhill, Mass 

Principal lay inspector, Helena, Ark.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Henderson, Ky 

Veterinarian, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Associate veterinarian, Houston, Tex 

.Assistant veterinarian, Huron, S. Dak 

Assistant veterinarian, Hyde Park, Vt_ 

.Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla 

Assistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Jersey City, N. J 

Assistant veterinarian, Joplin, Mo 

Senior veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 

Associate laboratory inspector, Kansas City, 
Kans. 

Assistant veterinarian, Keene, N. H 

Assistant veterinarian, Knoxville, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Ijafayette, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Leavenworth, Kans.. 

Associate veterinarian, Lewiston, Idaho 

Assistant veterinarian, Logansport, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Los Angeles, Calif 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Louisville, Ky 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Wis... 

Principal lay inspector, Manchester, N. H... 

Associate veterinarian, Mason City, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Memphis, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Menominee, Mich 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Miles City, Mont 

Associate veterinarian, Milwaukee, Wis 

Associate veterinarian, Mishawaka, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Morristown, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Moscow, Idaho 

Assistant veterinarian, Moultrie, Ga 

.Associate veterinarian, Nashville, Tenn 

Principal lay inspector, Natchez, Miss 

Senior veterinarian. National Stock Yards, 111. 
Assistant veterinarian, Nebraska City, Nebr, 

.Associate veterinarian, Newark, N. J 

-Assistant veterinarian, New Haven, Conn... 

Associate veterinarian. New Orleans, La 

Senior veterinarian. New York, N. Y 

Associate chemist. New York, N. Y 

Principal lay inspector, Norfolk, Va 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogden, ITtah 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Senior veterinarian, Omaha, Nebr 

.\ssociate chemist, Omaha, Nebr 

Associate veterinarian, Ottumwa, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Paterson, N. J. 



Ind..-. 
Ohio... 
Ill 

Kans... 
Mich... 
Kans... 
Minn.. 
N. Y... 
Kans... 
lowa... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
Ky..... 

Pa 

Kans... 

Ill 

N. H... 

Md 

Conn.. 
Mass... 
Kans... 
Iowa... 
D.C... 
Ohio... 
Idaho.. 

Ala 

Ohio... 

Mo 

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



Iowa... 
D.C... 
Ohio... 
Kans... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 

Ill 

Mo 

Ind 

Mass... 
Colo... 

Mo 

Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Minn.. 
Ohio... 
Iowa... 
W. Va.. 

Mo 

Ohio... 

Ga 

Ohio... 
Iowa... 
lowa... 
Md.... 
Ohio... 

111 

Pa 

Ohio... 
lowa.-- 

Mo 

Mo 

Mich... 
Iowa... 
N. Y... 



6th 

10th... 
13th... 



5th... 



30th... 
2d 



19th... 



5th... 
13th... 



2d_.. 
1st.. 



1st.. 
19th. 
2d... 



leth. 
1st.. 



11th. 
oth.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 



35th... 
5th.... 



1st.. 
2d... 



2d... 
16th. 
2d... 
4th.. 
4th.. 
8th.. 



2d. 



12th. 
10th. 
12th. 
9th.. 



6th.. 
13th. 
4th.. 
9th.. 
7th.. 
2d... 



6th.. 
1st-. 
12th. 



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71 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations— Continued 


Assistant veterinarian, Peoria, 111 


111 

Pa 

Tex 


10th... 
6th.... 


$3,100 


Thomas Castor 


Associate veterinarian, Philadelphia, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Phoenix, Ariz 


3,700 




3,220 


Arthur N. Smith 


Assistant veterinarian, Piqua. Ohio 


Pa 

Mich... 


1st 


3, 100 


William K. Howard 


Assistant veterinarian, Pittsburg, Kans 

.\ssociate veterinarian. Pittsburgh, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Pittston. Pa . 


3,000 


Harry K. Walter 

James R. Donnelly 


Pa 




3, 500 


Pa 

Mass... 
Mich... 
Iowa... 
Kans... 


28th... 

3d 

12th... 
3d 


3,000 


Denis D. Callahan 


Principal lay inspector, Portland, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Portland, Oreg 

.Assistant veterinarian, Pottsville, Pa 

.\ssociate veterinarian. Providence, R. I 

Associate veterinarian, Pueblo, Colo 

.Assistant veterinarian, Richmond, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Richmond, Va 

Associate veterinarian, St. Louis, Mo 

Associate chemist, St. Louis, Mo 

Assistant veterinarian. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Associate veterinarian, San Diego, Calif 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Sandpoint, Idaho 

Associate veterinarian, San Francisco, Calif.. 
Associate laboratory inspector, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Associate veterinarian, Seattle, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Shreveport, La 


2,300 


Melanchton 0. .\nderson 

George E. Repp 


3,500 
3,100 
3,400 


Albert E. Evans 


IlL... 




3,400 


C. Otto Wagoner 


Ohio... 
Del.... 
Ind.... 
Mich... 
Ohio. 


14th... 
AtL.. 
5th.... 
6th.... 


3,000 


Henrv Marshall 


3,700 


Thomas B. Pote 


3,500 


Charles H . Swanger. . 


3,500 


Edgar P. Durham 


3,000 




Iowa... 




3,400 


William R. McCall... 


N. Dak 

111 

Calif... 

Nebr... 
Kans... 


'ist.'"" 
6th.... 

2d 

2d 


3,000 


Hazen II. Hicks 


3,700 


Alexander E. Graham 


3,300 


Clarence L. Norris .. 


3,600 


Levi Brvant 


2,300 


Frederick L. Tritle . 


3,000 


Elvon S. Dickev 


Associate veterinarian, Sioux City, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 
Assistant veterinarian. South Kortright, N. Y. 

Veterinarian, South St. Joseph, Mo 

Senior veterinarian. South St. Paul, Minn 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Spokane, Wash 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Springfield, Mass 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Tacoma, Wash 

-Assistant veterinarian, Terre Haute, Ind 

Principal lay inspector, Texarkana, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Topeka, Kans ._ 

Assistant veterinarian, Tuscaloosa, Ala 

.\ssistant veterinarian. Union City, Tenn 

Principal lay inspector, Vicksburg, Miss 

Assistant veterinarian, Walla Walla, Wash... 

Associate veterinarian, Washington, D. C 

Principal lay inspector, Washington Court- 
house, Ohio. 

Associate veterinarian, Waterloo, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Watertown, S. Dak... 

Associate veterinarian, AVheeling, W. Va 

Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Wilmington, Del 

Principal lay inspector, Wilmington, N. 0... 

Assistant veterinarian, Winona, Minn 

Associate veterinarian, Worcester, Mass 

Assistant veterinarian, Yakima, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Youngstown, Ohio... 
Assistant veterinarian, Zanesville, Ohio 

Animal husbandman, Beltsville, Md 


Mo 

Kans... 

N. Y... 


5th.... 
2d 


3,700 


Clarence J. Young 


3,400 


Arthur W. Kay 


3,100 


Bernhard J. Stockier. .. 


Ohio... 

Ill 

Okla... 
Mass... 

Ill 

Ind.... 

Mo 

Mo 


12th... 

3d 

5th.... 
3d 

21st... 
10th... 
4th.... 


3,800 


George E. Totten 

Edward D. Kennedy 

Henry E. Brown 

James S. Kelly 

Lineus II. Allen 

Harlow G. Potter 


4,600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
3,0C0 
2,400 


Orville A. Stinglev 


3,400 


Charles II. Ilorcher ... 


Ohio... 




3,100 


John H. Byerley 


Ky..... 
Mo. .. 


1st 


3,000 
2,300 


Russell S. Griffin 


Colo... 




3,100 


Arthur R. Smith 


Pa 




3,400 


Albert Wiltshire _ 


Ohio... 
Iowa... 


nth... 


2,300 
3,400 


LeRoy P. :Mc.Ardle. 


Nebr... 
Pa 


2d 


3,000 




3,300 


Edwin W. Barthold 


Ind.... 




3,5C0 


Thomas J. Kean . . 


Pa 

Minn.. 
Minn 

Mass... 
N. Y... 


4th.... 

3d 

lOth... 
4th.... 


3,500 


Albert H. Carpenter 


2,300 


Lee A. Wilson 


3,000 


Milton T. Perrv 


3,300 




3,100 


Howard L. Bollinger... 


Pa 

Ohio... 

Ind-... 
Idaho.. 

Pa 

La 


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

9th.... 
2d 

21st... 


2,300 


William 0. McHugh 


3,100 


In charge of Animal Husbandry 
Field Stations 

Benjamin F. Brandon 


3,800 


William A. Denecke, jr 

Burt W. Heywang . . 


Associate animal husbandman, Dubois, 

Idaho. 
Associate poultry husbandman, Glendale, 

Ariz. 
Agent in animal husbandry, Jeanerette, La... 
Agent in animal husbandry, Lewisburg, 

W. Va. 
Associate animal husbandman (cooperative), 

McNeil, Miss. 
-Associate animal husbandman, Middlebury, 

Vt. 
Senior animal husbandman, Miles City, 

Mont. 


3,600 
3,300 




4,400 


Ross H. Tuckwiller 


W. Va. 
Ind.... 
Wash.. 


6th.... 
2d 


2,800 


Smith W. Greene 


2 3,200 


Earl B. Krantz 


3,200 


James R. Quesenberry 


Iowa... 


7th.... 


4,600 







2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters — Con. 

In charge of Hog-cholera Field 
Stations 

Charles N. McBryde 

Arden L. Hirleman 

Ira K. Atherton 

William F. Biles 

Ralph Graham 

Alonzo H. Francis 

James McDonald 

In charge of Field Inspection 
Stations 

Frederick L. Schneider.. 

James Fleming 

Howard H, Cohenour 

Roger D. Hyde 

John C. Pace 

James W. Harner 

John T. Dallas 

Walter E. Howe 

Horace R. ColUns 

James W. Murdoch 

Isaac H. Kaufman 

Henry S. AVeber 

Richard W^ Tuck 

John E. Spindler 

James Fleming 

Clarence O. Benson 

James C. Exline 

Charles H. Canfleld 

Lynnford C. Butterfield. 

Daniel G. Shumway 

Herbert M. Smith 

Rudolph Snyder 

Frank E. Murray 

William Thompson 

Juan Varas Catala i 

L. N. Dodge 

In charge of Branch Pathological 
Laboratories 

L. Enos Day 

George W. Stiles, jr 

George B. Morse 

In charge of Tick Eradication 
Field Stations 

Seaborn H. Still 

Roy E. Jackson 

Walter K. Lewis 

Howard L. Darby 

Hartwell Robbins 

Truman W. Cole. 

William A. McDonald... 

Leslie J. Allen 

In charge of Tuberculosis Eradi- 
cation Field Stations 

Harry B. Leonard 



George R. Caldwell.. 
Edward B. Simonds. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Bacteriologist, .\mes, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Atlanta, Ga 

Associate veterinarian (cooperative). College 

Park, Md. 

Associate veterinarian, Frankfort, Ky 

Associate veterinarian (cooperative), Jeffer 

son City, Mo. 

Associate veterinarian, Lincoln, Nebr 

Associate veterinarian, Springfield, 111 



Senior veterinarian, Albuquerque, N. Mex.._ 

Senior veterinarian, Athenia, N. J 

Associate veterinarian, Bismarck, N. Dak 

Assistant veterinarian, Calais, Me 

Junior veterinarian, Calexico, Calif 

Assistant veterinarian, Canaan, Vt 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Associate veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

-Associate veterinarian. El Paso, Tex 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Helena, ]Mont 

Assistant veterinarian, Houlton, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Lancaster, Pa 

Senior veterinarian, London, England 

Assistant veterinarian, Newport, Vt 

Senior veterinarian. New York, N. Y 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogdensburg, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, Olympia, Wash _ 

Assistant veterinarian, Port Huron, Mich 

Associate veterinarian, Reno, Nev 

Assistant veterinarian, Rouses Point, N. Y_. 

Assistant veterinarian, St. Albans, Vt 

Veterinarian, Sacramento, Calif 

Associate veterinarian. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Associate veterinarian, San Antonio, Tex 

Veterinary inspector, San Juan, P. R 

Junior veterinarian, Watertown, N. Y 



Associate veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

.\ssociate bacteriologist, Denver, Colo. 
-Associate bacteriologist, Omaha, Nebr 



Associate veterinarian, Baton Rouge, La 

Associate veterinarian, Birmingham, Ala 

Senior veterinarian (cooperative), Columbia 
S. C. 

Senior veterinarian. Fort AVorth, Tex 

Veterinarian, Jackson, Miss 

Veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla 

Associate veterinarian. Little Rock, Ark 

Senior veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla.. 



Senior veterinarian (cooperative), Albanv, 
N. Y. 

Associate veterinarian, Augusta, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Baltimore, Md 



Legal residence 



State 



\'a. 
Pa. 



Kans... 
S. Dak. 



Mo. 

111... 



Mo.. 
Okla. 
Ohio. 



Ala... 
Conn.. 
S. C... 



D. C... 

Ala 

Tex.... 

Mo 

Mo 



Ohio... 

Me 

D. C... 



Cong, 
dist. 



16th. 
2d... 



3d.. 
1st. 



4th. 
7th. 



N..Mex. 


At L_. 


Nebr... 


2d 


Ill 


21st... 


N. Y... 


37th... 


Calif... 


llth.._ 


Kans... 


5th. ... 


Ohio... 


12th... 


N. Y... 


29th... 


Kans... 




Kans... 


2d 


Pa 


14th... 


Mass... 


9th... _ 


Ill 


nth... 


Pa 


32d.... 


Nebr... 


2d...__ 


N. Y... 


21st... 


Colo... 


2d 


Ohio. . 


14th... 


Ill 


12th... 


N. Y... 


28th... 


Ky 




Iowa... 


3d 


Ohio... 


6th.... 


Ill 


10th... 


P. R 




N. Y... 





5th. 
5th. 
4th. 



5th. 
1st. 
3d.. 



2d.. 

4th. 
7th. 
5th. 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 

3 Salary paid entirely by State agency. 
* Per dicn. 



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73 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com] 

pensa- 

tion 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

Jn charge of Tuberculosis Eradi- 
cation Field Stations— Contd. 

Walter A. Sullivan 

Edgar A. Crossman 



Howard M. Newton. 



John T. Dallas 

John J. Lintner 

Albert J. DeFossett 

John A. Barper 

John B. Reidy... 

Robert L. Smith 

Jonathan E. Gibson 

Theodore S. Rich 

James S. Healy 

Lionel H. Adams 

Hugh L. Fry 

J. Oscar Wilson 

Samuel B. Foster 

Walter C. Dendinger _ 

Roscoe E. Brookbank 

Warren J. Fretz 

James G. Fish 

Norris L. Townsend 

Ellis E. McCoy 



In charge of Virus-serum Control 
Field Stations 



Charles A. Klein 

Earl H. Carter 

Jesse W. Joss 

De Lois G. Tepfer 

Edward T. Marsh 

John D. Stillwell 

Fern A. Imler 

E. Albert Meyer 

Howard H. Day 

Ernest E. Lollar 

Frederick A. Grenfell 

oo>eph S. Clark 

Carl V. Metcalf 

Leslie B. Vermillion 

Walter J. Stewart 

Charles B. Clement _ 

James F. Park 

Fred N. Elwell 



In charge of Branch Zoological 
Laboratories 



Charles W. Rees 

Marion Imes 

Hayes B. Raffensperger 

Cooper Curtice 

Erasmus M. Nighbert 

Robert Jay 



In charge of Packers and Stock- 
yards Field Stations 



James F. Gibbons.. 
Vernon E. Foster.. 
Mason L. Haskell.. 
Lester C. Jennings. 
James Christensen. 
Loren W. Krake... 

John H. RutT 

Ardo W. Joy 

George E. Butin... 



-Associate veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 

Senior veterinarian (cooperative), Boston, 

Mass. 
Associate veterinarian (cooperative), Charles- 
ton, W. Va. 

Associate veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Associate veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Senior veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio 

Senior veterinarian, Des Moines, Iowa 

Veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Hartford, Conn 

Senior veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Senior veterinarian, Lansing, Mich 

Senior veterinarian, Madison, Wis 

Associate veterinarian, Montpelier, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, Nashville, Tenn 

Associate veterinarian, Pierre, S. Dak 

-Associate veterinarian, Portland, Oreg 

Associate veterinarian, Raleigh, N. C 

Associate veterinarian, Richmond, Va 

Senior veterinarian, St. Paul, Alinn 

Associate veterinarian, Tallahassee, Fla 

-Associate veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, Trenton, N. J _. 



Assistant veterinarian, Albany, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

-Associate veterinarian. East St. Louis, 111 

-Associate veterinarian. Fort Dodge, Iowa 

-\ssistant veterinarian. Fort Worth, Tex 

Veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Senior veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 

-\ssistant veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla 

-Associate veterinarian, Omaha, Nebr _. 

-Associate veterinarian, Ottumwa, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian. Pearl River, N. Y... 

-Associate veterinarian, St. Joseph, i\Io_ 

Assistant veterinarian, St. Paul, >Iinn 

-Associate veterinarian, Sioux City, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Stockton, Calif 

-Assistant veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

-\ssistant veterinarian, West Plains, Mo 

-Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 



-Associate zoologist, Jeanerette, La 

Senior veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans... 
-Associate veterinarian. Miles City, Mont. 

-Associate veterinarian, McNeill, Miss 

-Associate veterinarian, Moultrie, Ga 

-Associate veterinarian, Sacramento, Calif- 



District supervisor. 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor. 
Division supervisor 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor, 



Buffalo, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, Ohio.. 
Cleveland, Ohio.. 

Denver, Colo 

Denver, Colo 

Fort Worth, Tex_. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



IlL... 
Mass. 



Ohio... 



_-do.. 

Ill 

Ohio.. 
Mo... 
N. V. 
Okla.. 
Ind.. 
N. Y. 

Ill 

Mass. 
Pa... 
Ohio. 
Oreg. 
Mo._ 
Ind.. 
Pa... 
111..-. 
N. J.. 
Nebr. 



Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Kans_. 
Kans.. 
Mo... 
Iowa_. 
Ohio- 
Colo-. 
Ohio.. 
Ind... 
D. C- 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 

Ill 

Md... 

Ill 

Ala... 
lowa.- 



Md.. 
N. H. 
Pa... 
N. Y. 
111.... 
Iowa. 



Minn. 
Okla.. 
Kans.. 
Kans.- 
Tex... 
Mich.. 
Wyo . . 
Iowa.. 
Mo... 



1st.. 
I3th. 

11th. 

12th. 
nth- 
12th. 



37th. 



9th.. 
39th_ 
10th. 
14th. 



12th- 
3d_._ 
4th.. 
Mh.. 
8th.. 
4th._ 
2d... 



2d... 
9lh._ 
1st-. 
5th.. 
6th-. 
11th. 
12th. 
2d... 
1st.. 
7th.. 



23d.. 
11th- 
19th- 
4th- 
2d— 
8th _. 
7th.. 



lst._ 
17th. 
36th. 
20th. 



4th-.- 
4th... 
2d.... 
1st... 
5th — 
4th-.- 
At L- 
9th... 



$3. 400 
2 4, 100 

2 2, 160 

3.400 
3,700 
4.600 
4,600 
3,800 
3,500 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,500 
3,300 
3,500 
3,500 
3,400 
3,500 
4,600 
3,200 
3,600 
3,100 



3,000 
3,200 
3,500 
3,300 
3,000 
3,800 
4,600 
2,800 
3,500 
3,200 
3,400 
3,200 
3,100 
3, 500 
3,475 
3,000 
3,000 
3,500 



3,000 
4,600 
3,200 
3,300 
3,400 
3,200 



3,600 
4,000 
3,600 
3, 500 
4,800 
3,700 
3,400 
3,700 
3,700 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
119539—30 6 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Animal ludustry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Packers and Stock- 
yards Field Stations— Contd. 

Hermann C. Henrici , 



Claudius D. Ashmore. 

Sterling M. Price 

Theodore J. Perrin 

Charles S. Jones 

Frank J. Miller 

Paul McConnick, jr.. 

Charles F. Walker 

Raymond L. Lisle 

James R. Plumb 

Walter A. Williams... 
Orion E. Dyson 



Bureau of Dairy Industry 



OllieE. Reed 

James M. Kemper. 
Lurton R. Ender... 

Karl E. Parks 

Carrie B. Sherfy... 



Scientific Divisions 



Lore A. Rogers. 
Roy R. Graves. 



Ernest Kelly 

John C. McDowell. 



William White 

Field Stations 



Thomas W. Moseley. 
David V. Kopland... 

A. Liddon Watt 

Archie G. Van Horn. 

Robert F. Flint 

James A. Riley 

Ray H. Smith 



Bureau of Plant Industry 



William A. Taylor.. 
Karl F. Kellerman K 
Henry E. Allanson.. 

Frank J. Hopkins 

William E. Taylor.. 
James M. Pickens... 
Jessie M. Allen 



Scientific Divisions 

Eugene C. Auchter. 

Max A. McCall 

Elmer W. Brandes.. 



Edgar Brown 

Earl C. Butterfield. 



J. Wise Byrnes 

E. Channing Chilcott. 



Nathan A. Cobb. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Principal valuation 

Mo. 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor, 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor. 
District supervisor, 



engineer, Kansas City, 



Los Angeles, Calif 

Montgomery, Ala 

Nashville, Tenn 

National Stockyards, 111. 

New York, N. Y 

North Portland, Oreg... 

Omaha, Nebr 

Sioux City, Iowa 

South St. Joseph, Mo... 
South St. Paul, Minn... 
Wichita, Kans 



Chief 

Assistant to the chief 

do 

Associate dairy engineer. 
Junior librarian 



Chief, division of dairy research laboratories.. 

Chief, division of dairy cattle breeding, feed- 
ing and management. 

Chief, division of market-milk investigations.. 

Chief, division of dairy herd improvement 
investigations. 

Acting chief, division of dairy manufacturing 
investigations and introduction. 



Associate dairy husbandman, Beltsville, Md.. 
.Assistant dairy husbandman, Huntley, Mont. 

Agent in dairying, Mandan, N. Dak 

Agent in dairying. Woodward, Okla 

Agent in dairying. Grove City, Pa 

Agent, Columbia, S. C 

Agent in dairying, Ardmore, S. Dak 



Legal residence 



Chief 

Associate chief 

Assistant chief 

Administrative assistant 

Chief clerk 

Assistant in charge of publications- 
Librarian --. 



State 



Mo... 



Pa.... 

Tenn. 

La 

Okla.. 
Minn. 
Mont . 
Tex... 
Colo-- 



Cong. 
dist. 



5th.... 



Principal horticulturist in charge, office of 

horticultural crops and diseases. 
Principal agronomist in charge, office of cereal 

crops and diseases. 
Principal pathologist in charge, office of sugar 

plants. 
Principal botanist in charge, seed laboratory.. 
Senior horticulturist and superintendent in 

charge, Arlington Experiment Farm, Ross- 

lyn, Va. 

Assistant in charge, gardens and grounds 

Principal agriculturist in charge, office of dry- 
land agriculture. 
Principal nematologist in charge, office of 

Hematology. 

' Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
» Also in charge, office of citrus canker eradication and phony peach eradication. 



6th.. 
2d... 
6th.. 
3d... 
2d-.. 
12th. 
1st.. 



Kans... 
Minn.- 
111 


4th.... 

3d 

5th.... 


Mich... 

Kv 

Md.... 
Mass... 
Pa 


6th.... 
6th.... 

1st 

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


N. Y... 
Oreg... 


36th... 
1st 


N. J.... 

Wis.... 


7th.... 
1st 


S.Dak. 


2d 


Mont.. 
S.Dak. 
N. Dak. 
Kans... 
N. Dak. 
S. C... 
Iowa... 


2d 

2d 

3d 

1st 

2d 

7th.... 
7th.... 


Mich... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
D. C... 


4th.... 
12th... 
37th... 


D.C... 




Ala 

Kans... 


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


Md.... 


5th.... 


Iowa... 


7th.... 


Mich... 


6th.... 


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


1st.... 
26th... 


D. C... 




S.Dak. 


2d 


Mass... 


1st 



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75 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFiriAI, TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Plant Industry— Con. 

Scientific Divisions— Contd. 
Guv N. Collins 


Principal botanist in charge, biophysical 
laboratory. 

Principal botanist in charge, office of cotton, 
rubber, and other tropical plants. 

Principal botanist in charge, office of botany, 
and acting director of the National Arbor- 
etum. 

Principal pathologist in charge, office of blis- 
ter-rust control. 

Senior botanist in charge, office of fiber plants. 

Principal physiologist in charge, office of 
tobacco and plant nutrition. 

Principal physiologist in charge, office of 
Egyptian cotton breeding. 

Associate chief of bureau and in charge, office 
of citrus canker eradication and phony 
peach eradication. 

Principal pathologist in charge, office of 
barberry eradication. 

Principal pathologist in charge, office of for- 
est pathology. 

Principal agronomist in charge, office of for- 
age crops and diseases. 

Principal horticulturist in charge, office of 
foreign plant introduction. 

Principal agriculturist in charge, office of 
western irrigation agriculture. 

Principal pathologist in charge, office of mj-- 
cology and disease survey. 

Principal physiologist in charge, office of drug 
and related plants. 

Forester and chief 


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

Pa 

Mich... 
S. C... 

N. Y... 

Ohio... 

Mass... 
S. C... 
Kans... 
Calif... 
Minn.. 
Nebr... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

Utah... 
Va 

Idaho.. 

Ariz 

Me--- 

N. Y... 

Mass... 

Calif... 

Mont.. 

Conn.. 

Conn.. 
Cahf... 
Mo 

HI 

N. Y... 
Conn.. 

Idaho.. 

Oreg... 

Mich.. 
N. Y... 

N. Y... 

La 


31st... 
31st... 
30th... 

8th.... 

2d 

6th.... 

11th... 

12th... 

13th..- 

3d 

5th.... 
9th.... 
10th... 
1st.... 
17th... 

19th... 

1st 

8th.... 

1st.... 

1st 

2d 

32d.... 

4th.-.. 

2d 

1st.... 

1st.... 

2d 

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

1st.... 

11th... 
2d 

1st.... 

3d 

5th.... 
11th... 

37th... 

2d 


$5,600 
6,000 
5,800 

5,800 
5, 000 


Orator F. Cook 


Frederick V. Coville 


Samuel B. Detwiler 


LysterH. Dewey 


Wightman W. Garner 


Thomas H. Kearney 


5 600 


Karl F. Kellerman... 


7 000 


Fred C. Meier 


5,600 
6,200 
6,000 
5,600 
6,200 
5,600 
7,500 


Haven Metcalf .. . . 


Russell A. Oakley .. 


Knowles A. Rverson 


Carl S. Scofleld... 


Cornelius L. Shear.. 


"Warner W. Stockberger « 

Forest Service 
Robert Y. Stuart 


Edward A. Sherman.. 


Associate forester. .. . 


7,000 
5,200 

6,000 

6,000 
6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

8,000 
6,500 
3.800 

4,800 

6,000 
5,600 

4,600 

4,600 

5,000 
5,600 

4,800 

5,000 


Hamilton I. Loving... 




Service and Technical Divisions 
Roy Headley 


Assistant forester in charge of branch of 
operation. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of lands. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of forest 
management. 

.^.ssistant forester in charge of branch of 
research. 

Chief engineer in charge of branch of engi- 
neering. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of 
range management. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of pub- 
lic relations. 

Director, forest products laboratory, Madi- 
son, Wis. 

Forest taxation economist, New Haven, Conn. 

Forest economist, Portland, Oreg.. 


Leon F. Kneipp 


Edward E. Carter 


Earle H. Clapp. 


Theodore W. Norcross 


Christopher E. Rachford 

Fred W. Morrell 


Carlisle P. Winslow 


Fred R. Fairchild 


Christopher iSI. Granger 


Frank Haynie 


Property assistant, Ogden, Utah 


Forest Experiment Stations 
EarlH. Frothingham. 


Director, Appalachian station, -\sheville, 

N. C. 
Director, Lake States station, St. Paul, Minn. 
Director, Pacific Northwest station, Port- 
land, Oreg. 
Director, northeastern station, Amherst, 

Mass. 
Director, northern Rocky Mountain station, 

Missoula, Mont. 
Director, southern station. New Orleans, La. 
Director, California station, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Director, Central States station, Columbus. 

Ohio. 
Director, Allegheny station, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 


Raphael Zon 


Thornton T. Munger.. . 


C. Edward Behre 


Robert H. Weidman... 


Elwood L. Demmon 


Edward I. Kotok 


Edward F. McCarthy... 


Reginald D. Forbes 





6 .A.1S0 director of personnel and business administration (see Office of the Secretary). 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Forest Service— Continued 



Forest and Range Experiment 
St at 10 na 



Clarence L. Foisling. 
Gustaf A. Pearson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Northern National Forest 
Region 

Evan W. Kelley 

Forest Supervisors 

Paul A. Wohlen 

Ashley J. Roche (acting) 

Roy A. Phillips 

Ernest T. Wolf 

Kenneth Wolfe 

Eldon U. Myrick 

George E. Martin 

R. Trevor Ferguson 

James C. Whitham 

John W. Lowell, jr 

William M. Nagel 

Ray R. Fitting 

Alva A. Simpson 

John B. Taylor 

Llovd D. Uornbv- 

Arthur II. Abbott 

Leon C. Hurtt 

Wilford B. Willey 

Frank J. Jefferson 

William E. Lockhart 

Charles D. Simpson 

Walter J. Derrick 

James F. Brooks 

James E. Ryan 

Rocky Mountain N'ational 
Forest Region 

Aliens. Peck 

Forest Supervisors 

John V. Leighou 

Charles B. Mack 

William R. Kreutzer 

Ray Peck 

Theodore Krueper 

Harold li. Borden 

Arthur F. C. Hoffman 

Everard S. Keithley 

Robert E. Clark . 

Phillip V. Woodhead-. 

H. Earl French 

Andrew Hutton 

Jarvis S. Veeder 

Lewis R. Rist 

Arthur L. Nelson 

George A. Duthie 

James F. Conner .._ 

Fred B. Agee 

Huber C. Hilton 

James N. Langworthy 

Wallace J. Pearce.. 

Harry H. French 



Director, Great Basin station, Ephraim, 

Utah. 
Director, southwestern station, FlagstafT, 

Ariz. 



Regional forester, Missoula, Mont. 



.\rapahoe Nat. Forest, Hot Sulphur Sprmgs, 

Colo. 

Cochetopa Nat. Forest, Salida, Colo 

Colorado Nat. Forest, Fort Collins, Colo 

Grand Mesa Nat. Forest, Grand Junction, 

Colo. 

Gunnison Nat. Forest. Gunnison, Colo 

Holy Cross Nat Forest, Glenwood Springs, 

Colo. 

Montezuma Nat. Forest, Mancos, Colo.. 

Pike Nat. Forest, Colorado Springs, Colo... 
Rio Grande Nat. Forest, Monte Vista, Colo 
Routt Nat. Forest, Steamboat Springs, Colo 

San Isabel Nat. Forest, Pueblo, Colo 

San Juan Nat. Forest, Durango, Colo 

Uncompahgre Nat. Forest, Delta, Colo. 

White River Nat. Forest, Glenwood Springs, 

Colo. 

Nebra.ska Nat. Forest, Halsey, Nebr. 

Black Hills Nat. Forest, Deadwood, S. Dak. 

Harney Nat. Forest, Custer, S. Dak 

Bighorn Nat. Forest. Sheridan, Wyo 

Medicine Bow Nat. Forest, Laramie, Wyo.. 

Shoshone Nat. Forest. Cody, Wyo 

Washakie Nat. Forest, Lander, Wyo 

Wichita Nat. Forest, Cache, Okla 



Legal residence 



State 



Clearwater Nat. Forest, Orofino, Idaho 

Coeur d'Alene Nat. Forest, Coeur d'Alene, 

Idaho. 
Nezperce Nat. Forest, Grangeville, Idaho... 
Pend Oreille Nat. Forest, Sandpoint, Idaho. 

Selway Nat. Forest, Kooskia, Idaho 

St. Joe Nat. Forest, St. Maries, Idaho 

Absaroka Nat. Forest, Livingston, Mont 

Beartooth Nat. Forest, Billings, Mont 

Beaverhead Nat. Forest, Dillon, Mont 

Bitterroot Nat. Forest, Hamilton. Mont 

Blackfeet Nat. Forest, Kalispell, Mont 

Cabinet Nat. Forest, Thompson Falls, Mont 

Custer Nat. Forest, Miles City, Mont 

Deerlodge Nat. Forest, Butte, Mont.. 

Flathead Nat. Forest, Kalispell, Mont 

Gallatin Nat. Forest, Bozeman, Mont 

Helena Nat. Forest, Helena, Mont 

Jefferson Nat. Forest, Great Falls, Mont 

Kootenai Nat. Forest, Libby, Mont 

Lewis and Clarke Nat. Forest, Choteau, 

Mont. 

Lolo Nat. Forest, Missoula, Mont 

Madison Nat. Forest, Sheridan, Mont 

Missoula Nat. Forest, Missoula, Mont 

Kaniksu Nat. Forest, Newport, Wash 



Regional forester, Denver, Colo. 



Nebr.. 
Nebr.. 



Calif. 



N.Mex, 



S. Dak. 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th. 
1st. 



2d. 



Idaho.. 


1st 


..do... 


1st..- 


Mont-. 


1st 


Iowa... 


5th..- 


Mont.. 


.1st 


Mont.. 


1st...- 


Mont_. 


2d 


Mont.. 


1st 


Iowa... 


1st-... 


Colo... 


1st 


Iowa... 


9th-... 


Idaho. . 


1st 


Colo... 


1st 


Mont-- 


1st 


Mont-. 


1st 


Mont. 


2d 


Nebr... 


3d 


N. Y... 


37th... 


Mont.- 


1st.--- 


Mont.: 


2d 


Minn.. 


4th-.-- 


Mont.- 


1st.-.. 


Mont-- 


9th..-- 


Wash.. 


5th... 



At L- 



3d. 



Colo... 


4th...- 


Colo.... 


4th 


Colo-.. 


4th...- 


Nebr... 


6th.... 


Colo.-- 


4th.... 


Colo—. 


4th-.- 


Colo..-- 


4th..-- 


Colo.... 


4th.... 


Colo.-- 


2d 


Colo— . 


4th.... 


Pa 


30th... 


Mont.- 


2d 


Colo... 


4th..-. 


Minn.. 


10th-- 


Wyo-.- 


At L-- 


S. Dak. 


2d 


Wyo-.. 


At L.. 


Mich.. 


10th-.. 


Colo--- 


4th-... 


Colo... 


2d 


Colo.-- 


4th 



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77 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Forest Service— Continued 

Southwestern A^ational Forest 
Hegion 

Frank C. W. Pooler 

Forest Supervisors 

Ralph \V. Hussey 

Edward G. Miller 

Frederic Winn 

Rex King 

Francis L. W. Qrubb 

Paul H. Roberts 

Theodore T. Swift 

■George W. Kimball 

Carroll R. Dwire 

FranciS L. Kirby - 

O. Fred Arthur 

John A. Adams 

.James A. Scott 

Frank E. Andrews 

Intermountain Nationnl Forest 
Region 

Richard U. Rutledge 

Forest Supervisors 

Walter G. Mann 

'Guy B. Mains 

Frank S. Moore 

Ernest A. Renncr 

Sidney C. Scribner 

Oscar W. Mink 

Sidney S. Stewart 

William B. Rico 

John N. Kinney 

Miller S. Benedict 

Samuel W. Stoddard 

John Raphael 

Alexander McQueen 

Charles A. Beam 

James E. Gurr 

Arthur G. Nord 

Carl B. Arentson 

Orange A. Olsen 

Carl A. Mattsson 

Allen C. Folster 

-Joseph W. Humphrey 

Wallace M. Riddle 

Charles DeMoisy, jr 

Blaine Betenson (acting) 

Arthur C. McCain.. _ __. 

'Clarence E. Favre 

California National Forest 
Region 

Stuart B. Show 

Forest Supervisors 

William V. Mendenhall 

Frank Price 

Lewis H. Anderson 

Edwin F. Smith 

Roy Boothe 

Frod D. Douthitt 

William G. Durbin 

Fred P. Cronemiller, jr 

David N. Rogers 

Joseph E. ErUott 

Stophan A. Nash-Boulden 

lErank -P. ^Cunningham... 



Regional forester, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Apache Nat. Forest, SpringviUe, Ariz 

Coconino Nat. Forest, Flagstaff, Ariz 

Coronado Nat. Forest, Tucson, .\riz 

Crook Nat. Forest, Safford, Ariz .- 

Prescott Nat. Forest, Prescott, Ariz 

Sitgreaves Nat. Forest, liolbrook, Ariz 

Tonto Nat. Forest, Phoenix, Ariz 

Tusayan Nat. Forest, Williams, Ariz 

Carson Nat. Forest, Taos, N. Mex 

Datil Nat. Forest, Magdalena, N. Mex 

Lincoln Nat. Forest, Alamogordo, N. Mex.. 
Manzano Nat. Forest, .\lbuquerque, N. Mex 

Gila Nat. Forest, Silver City, N. Mex 

Santa Fe Nat. Forest, Santa Fe, N. Mex 



Regional forester, Ogden, Utah 

Kaibab Nat. Forest, Kanab, Utah 

Boise Nat. Forest, Boise, Idaho 

Caribou Nat. Forest, Montpelier, Idaho.. .' 

Challis Nat. Forest, Challis, Idaho 

Idaho Nat. Forest, McCal!, Idaho 

Lemhi Nat. Forest, Mackay, Idaho 

Minidoka Nat. Forest, Burley, Idaho 

Payette Nat. Forest, Emmett, Idaho 

Salmon Nat. Forest, Salmon. Idaho 

Sawtooth Nat. Poorest, Hailey, Idaho 

Targhee Nat. Forest, St. .\nthony, Idaho.. 

Weiser Nat. Forest, Weiser, Idaho 

Humboldt Nat. Forest, Elko, Nev 

Nevada Nat. Forest, Ely. Nev 

Toiyahe Nat. Forest, Austin, Nev 

Ashley Nat. Forest, Vernal, L^tah 

Cache Nat. Forest, Logan, Utah 

Dixie Nat. Forest, Cedar City, Utah 

Fishlake Nat. Forest, Richfield, L'tah 

La Sal Nat. Forest, Moab, Utah.... 

Manti Nat. Forest, Ephraim, Utah'. 

Powell Nat. Forest, Panguitch, LUah 

Uinta Nat. Forest, Provo, Utah 

Wasatch Nat. Forest, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Teton Nat. Forest, Jackson, Wyo 

Wyoming Nat. Forest, Kemmerer, Wyo... 



Regional forester, San Francisco, Calif. 



Angeles Nat. Forest, Los Angeles, Calif 

California Nat. Forest, Willows, Calif 

Cleveland Nat. Forest, San Diego, Calif 

Eldorado Nat. Forest, Placerville, Calif 

Inyo Nat. Forest, Bishop, Calif 

Klamath Nat. Forest, Yreka, Calif 

Lassen Nat. Forest, Susanville, Calif 

Modoc Nat. Forest, .\lturas, Calif 

Plumas Nat. Forest, Ouincy, Calif 

San Bernardino Nat. Forest, San Bernardino, 

Calif. 
Santa Barbara Nat. Forest, Santa Barbara, 

Calif. 
Sequoia Nat. Forest, PortervL'le, Calif 



Vt. 



N.Mex. 
Kans... 
N.Mex. 
N. Y... 
Colo... 
Nebr... 

Ariz 

Mass... 
N.Mex. 

.\riz 

Ariz 

N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 



Idaho. 



Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Oreg... 
Idaho.. 
Utah... 
Idaho.. 
Ind-__. 
Kans__ 
N.Mex. 
Nebr... 
Idaho.. 
Wyo... 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Utah... 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Utah... 
Utah... 
Utah... 
Utah... 
Utah... 
Utah... 
Utah.. 
Mont.. 
Idaho. 



Calif. 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Oreg. 
Me... 
Calif. 



.\t L. 
4th... 
At L_ 
34th.. 
2d.-.. 
lst___ 
At L. 
6th... 
At L_ 
At L. 
At L. 
At L_ 
At L. 
At L_ 



2d._. 
2d... 
2d.__ 
2d... 
lst_. 
2d... 
12th_ 
4th.. 
.-Vt L 
1st.. 
2d._. 
At L 
2d_.. 
2d... 
1st-. 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st-. 
1st.. 
1st-. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
lst_. 



8th. 



9th.. 
7th.. 
9th.. 
2d-.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
2d... 
4th.. 
2d... 



Calif. 
Calif. 



11th. 
7th.. 



$(), 000 



3,600 
4.200 
3,600 
3,800 
3, .iOO 
4,000 
3,800 
3,700 
3.300 
3, .500 
4,000 
3,400 

3, 800 

4, 200 



C^, 000 



3.100 
4.000 
3,400 
3, 200 
4,000 
3,300 
3, 400 
4,000 
3.700 
3.700 
4,000 
3,700 
3,800 
2,900 
3,700 
3, POO 
3, .500 
3. 300 
4,000 
3,100 
3,700 
3,400 
4,000 
2.700 
3,400 
4,000 



4,000 
3,600 
3,200 
3, 600 
3,300 
3, .500 
4,000 
3,500 
3,800 
3,800 

3,800 

3,500 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Forest Service — Continued 

California National Forest 
Region — Continued 

Forest Supervisors— Contd. 

Thomas J. Jones 

Maurice A. Benedict 

Jesse K. Hall 

Richard 1/. P. Bigelow 

George M. Gowen 

William M. Maule 

North Pacific National Forest 
Region 

Clarence J. Buck 



Forest Supervisors 



Perry A. Thompson... 

Hugh B. Rankin 

Carl B. Neal 

Gilbert D. Brown 

Carl M. Ewing 

Thomas H. Sherrard.. 
William O. Harriman. 

Charles C.Hall 

James H. Billingslea.. 

Ralph S. Shelley 

John F. Irwin 

Vernon V. Harpham.. 

Nelson J. Billings 

John C. Kuhns, jr 

Philip T. Harris 

John R. Bruckart 

Glenn E. Mitchell 

Lawrence B. Pagter... 

Herbert L. Plumb 

Edwin J. Fenby 

William G. Weiele 

Albert H. Sylvester... 



Eastern National Forest Region 
Joseph C. Kircher... 



Forest Supervisors 



Arnold C. Shaw. 



Henry R. Kocn 

Sam R. Broadhent. 
Evan W. Hadley.. 



James E. Scott 

Arthur A. Wood 

Merwin A. Mattoon 

Loren L. Bishop 

William P. Kramer (junior for- 
ester). 

Clinton G. Smith 

Clifford L. Graham 

Harold M. Sears 

John W. McNair 

Carlton L. Perkins 

Charles A. Plymale 



Alaska National Forest Region 
Charles H. Flory 



Shasta Nat. Forest, Mount Shasta, Calif. 

Sieira Nat. Forest, North Fork, Calif 

Stanislaus Nat. Forest, Sonorij, Calif 

Tahoe Nat. Forest, Nevada City, Calif. . 
Trinity Nat. Forest, Weaverville, Calif.. 
Mono Nat. Forest, Minden, Nev 



Regional forester, Portland, Oreg. 



Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Pa 



Cascade Nat. Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Crater Nat. Forest, Medford, Oreg 

Deschutes Nat. Forest, Bend, Oreg 

P'remont Nat. Forest, Lakeview, Oreg 

Malheur Nat. Poorest, John Day, Oreg 

Mount Hood Nat. Forest, Portland, Oreg 

Ochoco Nat. Forest, Prineville, Oreg 

Santiam Nat. Forest, Albany, Oreg 

Siskiyou Nat. Forest, Grants Pass, Oreg 

Siuslaw Nat. Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Umatilla Nat. Forest, Pendleton, Oreg 

Umpqua Nat. Forest, Roseburg, Oreg 

Wallowa Nat. Forest, Wallowa, Oreg 

Whitman Nat. Forest, Baker, Oreg 

Chelan Nat. Forest, Okanogan, Wash 

Columbia Nat. FoR'St, Portland, Oreg 

Colville Nat. Forest, Republic, Wash 

Mount Baker Nat. Forest, Bellingham, Wash. 

Olympic Nat. Forest, Olympia, Wash 

Rainier Nat. Forest, Tacoma, Wash 

Snoqualmie Nat. Forest, Seattle, Wash 

Wenatchee Nat. Forest, Wenatchee, Wash... 



Regional forester, Washington, D. C. 



Ouachita Nat. Forest, Hot Springs National 

Park, Ark. 

Ozark Nat. Forest, Russellville, Ark 

Choctawhatchee Nat. Forest, Pensacola, Fla^ 
Ocala Nat. Forest, and Osceola Purchase Unit 

Lake City, Fla. 
White Mountain Nat. Forest, Laconia, N.H.. 

Nantahala Nat. Forest, Franklin, N. C 

Pisgah Nat. Forest, .\sheville, N. C 

Allegheny Nat. Forest, Warren, Pa 

LuQuillo Nat. Forest, Rio Piedras, P. R 



Cherokee Nat. Forest, .\thens, Tenn. , 

Unaka Nat. Forest, Bristol, Tenn 

Natural Bridge Nat. Forest, Lynchburtr, Va. 
Shenandoah Nat. Forest, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Monongahela Nat. Forest, Elk ins, W. Va 

Kisatchie Purchase Unit, Alexandria, La 



District forester, Juneau, Ala.ska. 



Forest Supervisors 

William J. McDonald 

Robert A . Zeller Tongass Nat. Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska Minn.. 8th... 

2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



Chugach Nat. Forest, Cordova, Alaska.. 
Tongass Nat. Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska. 



Mass.- 



Wash_ 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.- 
Oreg.. 
N. J... 
Wash. 
Mont. 
Wash . 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Me.... 
Wash. 
Wash. 
Conn. 
N. Y.. 
Md... 
Pa..-. 
Calif.. 



111. 



N. Y... 

Ark... 
Mo-.. 
Ga 



Vt_-.. 
W . Va 
Conn. 
Nebr., 
Pa..-. 



Conn. 
N. H.. 
Pa.-.. 
Va.-.- 
Mass.. 
Ark... 



Ohio. 



Alaska. 
Minn.. 



1st.. 
2d... 
11th. 
7th.. 
9th.. 
9th-. 



5th... 
2d.... 
1st.-, 
2d..., 
2d..., 
5th.., 
5th.. 
1st.., 
3d... 
2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
31st. 
4th.. 
20th. 
l.st-. 



22d. 



2(ith... 

5th.. 
10th. 
4th.. 

1st.. 
2d... 
3d... 
1st.. 
11th. 



3d... 
2d... 
25th. 
10th. 

5th.. 
5th. _ 



12th... 



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79 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 

3d 

8th-... 
4th-... 

3d 

15th... 
19th... 
27th... 

2d 

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

3d 

Sth...- 
13th... 

4th.... 
AtL-. 

4th.... 

12th-. 

20th... 

26th... 

1st.... 

2d 

3d 

5th..„ 

3d 

1st.... 
2d 

2d 

2d 

1st.... 

5th.... 

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


pensa- 
tion 


Forest Service— Continued 

lake States National Forest 
Region 

Earl W. Tinker 


District forester, Alilwaukce, Wis 


S. Dak. 

Minn.. 
Colo.._ 
Conn__ 

111 

Pa 

N. Y... 

W. Va- 
N. Y... 
Ky..... 

Wash.. 
N. C — 
Mass... 

N. Y... 
Ariz 

Ark.... 

Pa 

Ohio... 

Pa 

Md.... 

Conn.. 

Wis.... 

Md.... 

Md.... 

Me 

Minn.. 

Ga 

Md.... 
Mich... 

Md.... 

Calif... 
N. Y... 


$5 800 


Forest Supervisors 
Robert G. Schreck . 


Huron Nat. Forest, East Tawas, Mich 

Marquette Nat. Forest, Munising, Mich 

Chippewa Nat. Forest, Cass Ijake, Minn 

Superior Nat. Poorest, Ely, Minn 


3 200 


AVilliam L. Barker, jr 


3 000 


Howard Hopkins .. 


3 300 


Simeon D. Anderson 


3 800 


James M. Wallev 


Superior St. Croix Unit, Duluth, Minn 

Wisconsin Purchase Units, Park Falls, Wis.- 

Chief 


2,600 


Raymond I'. Harmon 


3 200 


Bureau of Chemistry and Soils 
Henrv G. Knight 


8,000 
7,000 


Charles A. Bxowne 


Assistant chief . . 


Albert G. Rice 


Assistant to chief 


4,800 


Charles A. Wolfe.... 


Assistant in charge of accounts 


3 600 


Sydney D. Frissell 


Editor 


3,300 


Henry A. Donovan 


Chief clerk 


3,300 
7,000 


Scientific Divisions 

(o) Chemical and Technological 
Besearch 

Charles A. Browne 


Chief, chemical and technological research 

Assistant chief, chemical and technological 

research. 
Principal chemist in charge of carbohydrate 

division. 
Principal engineer in charge of chemical 

engineering division. 
Principal chemist in charge of color and farm 

waste division. 
Principal chemist in charge of crop chemistry 

division. 
Principal chemist in charge of food research 

division. 
Senior chemist in charge of oil, fat, and wax 

division. 
Principal chemist in charge of protein and 

nutrition division. 
Principal chemist in charge of industrial farm 

products division. 
Principal chemist in charge of insecticide 

division. 

Chemist, in charge station at Houma, La 

Chemist, in charge station at Fajardo, P. R_. 

Associate chemist, in charge station at Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

Chemist, in charge station at Wenatchee, 
Wash. 

Chemist, in charge station at Whittier, Cali- 
fornia. 

Senior chemist, in charge station at Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

Chief of fertilizer and fixed nitrogen investi- 
gations. 

Principal physici.st in charge of physics and 
physical chemistry investigations. 


William W. Skinner. 


6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5 600 


Howard S. Paine 


David J. Price 


Horace T. Herrick " 


Edgar T. Wherry 


Frederick C. Blanck.. 


6,000 
4 800 


George S. Jamieson 


David B. Jones 


5 600 


Fletcher P. Veitch f 


6,000 
5, 600 

4,000 
4,000 

3,500 

3,800 
3,800 

5,000 

6,400 
5,600 


Ruric C. Roark 


Field Stations 

Carbohydrate Division 

Charles F. Walton, jr 

John C. Keane 


Industrial Farm Products 

George P. Shingler. 

Insecticide Division 

Stuart W. Griffin. 

Homer L. Cupples. 

Food Research 
Edward McK. Chace 


(6) Fertilizer and Fixed Nitrogen 
Investigations 

Frederick G. Cottrell 

Charles H. Kunsman 



" Also senior chemist in charge, 
» Also senior chemist in charge. 



color certification, food, drug, and insecticide administration, 
naval stores control, food, drug, and insecticide administration. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Bureau of Chemistry and 

Soils— Continued 

(6) Fertilizer and Fixed Nitrogen 
Irivestigations—Continued 

William H. Ross 


Senior chemist in charge of concentrated fer- 
tilizer investigations. 

Senior chemist in charge of potash investiga- 
tions. 

Senior chemist in charge of biological investi- 
gations. 

Associate chemist in charge of organic investi- 
gations. 

Chemist in charge of catalytic investigations. 

Senior chemical engineer in charge of fertilizer 
economics and statistics investigations. 

Chief of soil investigations 


Ariz 

Conn.. 

Ind.... 

Conn.. 

Oreg... 
N.J.... 

Ohio... 
Mo 

N.C... 

Wash.. 

Wis 

N. Y... 

Ind_.-. 
N. C... 
Mich.. 

Fla 

Nebr... 

Mass... 
Wyo.- 
Kans... 
lowa..- 
lowa.-- 
N. C... 
Nebr— 

Pa...__ 
Wis.... 

Ohio--. 
N. J-.-. 
Kans... 
N. Y... 
Md.... 
Mo.... 


At L.. 

2d 

1st 

3d 

3d 

5th.... 

12th... 

8th—. 

7th.... 

1st 

2d 

30th... 

11th... 
5th.... 
6th.... 

1st 

6th.... 

2d 

.U L__ 
5th.... 
7th.... 
7th-.-. 
5th.... 

1st-.-- 

24th— 
3d 

2d 

3d 

5th.— 
11th-. 
5th.... 
8th.... 


$5, 000 


John W. Turrentine . . 


4,800 


Franklin E. .Mlison.. 


4,600 


Guido E. Hilbert 


3,200 


Paul H. Emmett 


4,000 
5,000 


(c) Soil Investigations 
Arthur G. McCall 


6,400 


Curtis F. Marbut 

Hugh H. Bennett 


Principal soil scientist in charge, soil survey 
division. 

Senior soil scientist, in charge soil erosion and 
moisture conservation investigations. 

Principal chemist in charge soil chemistry 
and physics division. 

Principal biochemist in charge, soil fertility 
division. 

Principal mycologist in charge, soil micro- 
biology division. 

Inspector, northeastern district. 


6,000 
5,200 


Horace G. Byers .... 


5, 600 


Oswald Schreiner 


6,000 


Charles Thorn 


5,800 


Soil Survey Districts 
Mark Baldwin 


4, fiOO 


Williamson E. Hearn 


Inspector, southeastern district... . 


4, 600 


Macy H. Lapham 


Inspector, western district, Berkeley, Calif... 
Inspector, north-central district- ... .. 


4,600 


Thomas D. Rice... ... . 


4,600 


Arthur T. Strahorn 


Associate soil scientist in charge of coopera- 
tive reclamation soil classification. 

Associate biochemist, in charge of laboratory 
at Austin, Tex. 

-\ssociate soil technologist, in charge of labo- 
ratory at Houma, La. 

Associate soil technologist in charge of labora- 
tory at Lincoln, Xebr. 

Associate soil technologist, soil fertility lab- 
oratory, Columbia, S. C. 

Assistant soil technologist, in charge of lab- 
oratory at Shreveport, La. 

Assistant chemist in charge of laboratory at 
Chadbourn, N. C. 

Assistant soil scientist in charge of laboratory 
at Orlando, Fla. 

Senior soil scientist, in charge of station at 

College Station, Tex. 
Associate soil scientist in charge of station at 

Madison, Wis. 

Scientist in soil erosion, in charge soil erosion 

station, Guthrie, Okla. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge soil erosion 

station. Temple, Tex. 
Associate scientist in soil erosion, in charge 

soil erosion station. Hays, Kans. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge soil erosion 

station, Tyler, Tex. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge soil erosion 

station, Statesville, N. C. 
Associate scientist in soil erosion, in charge 

soil erosion station, Bethany, Mo. 


3,400 


Field Stations 

Soil Fertility 

Paul R. Dawson 


3,600 


Nelson, McKaig, jr 


3, 200 


Eugene S. Lyons 


3,200 


James E. Adams 


3,800 


Arthur O. Alben _ 


2,700 


Richard A. Lineberry 

George M. Bahrt 

Soil Survey 
William T. Carter 


2,700 
2,600 

2 3, 600 


Warren J. Geib 


2 1, 620 


Soil Erosion 
Samuel W. Phillips 


3,800 


George W. Musgrave 


3,800 


Raymond H. Davis.. . 


3,200 


Bertram IT. Ilendrickson 

Joseph M. Snyder 


3,800 
3,800 


Russel E. Uhland 


3,500 







2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being- paid from Federal Treasury. 



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81 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Entomology 



Charles L. Marlatt... 
Altus L. Quaintance. 

John E. Graf-._ 

Austin J. Leister 

Rolla P. Currie 



Mabel Colcord 

Scientific Dirisions 

Altus L. Quaintance 

Walter H. Larrimer.. .-. 

Bert R. Coad _. 

Frank C. Craighead 

John E. Graf 

James I. Hambleton 

Ernest A. Back 

Arthur C. Baker 

Fred C. Bishopp 

Charles L. Marlatt. _. 

Bureau of Biological Surrey 



Paul G. Eedington 

Walter C. Henderson.. 
Emery J. Thompson... 

Edward J. Cohnan 

William H. Cheesman. 
Lisle Morrison 



Scientific, Economic, and Regu- 
latory Divisions 



Frank O. Ashbrook. 
Stanley P. Young... 



Waldo L. Mc-\tee 

W. B. Bell 

Harold P. Sheldon 

Rudolph Dieffenbach 

Theodore S. Palmer 

Field Headquarters 
Big-game and Bird Reservations 

Ray C. Steele 

David H. Madsen 



Luther M. Winsor. 
Frank H. Rose 



H. Harrison Hoyt.. 
Aimer P. Nelson... 
Frederick M. Dille. 
Steven B. Crossley. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Chief -_ 

Associate ch ief 

Assistant chief 

Administrative and budget officer... 

Associate entomologist, in charge of informa 

tion and editorial work. 
Librarian _ 



Associate chief of bureau, in charge of decid- 
uous fruit insect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of cereal 
and forage insect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of cotton 
insect investigations, Tallulah, La. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of forest 
insect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of truck 
crop insect investigations. 

Senior apiculturist. in charge of bee culture 
investigations, Somerset, Md. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of stored 
product insect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of tropical 
and subtropical plant insect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of investi- 
gations of insects affecting man and animals. 

Chief of bureau, in charge of taxonomy and 
interrelations of insects. 



Chief _. 

Associate chief. - _ 

Assistant in operations 

Assistant In charge of accounts 

Editor 

Assistant in charge of exhibits, photographs, 
and distribution of publications. 



Principal biologist in charge of fur resources.. 

Principal biologist in charge of predatory ani- 
mal and rodent control. 

Principal biologist in charge of investigations 
of food habits of wild birds and animals. 

Principal biologist in charge of biological 
investigations (wild life). 

V. S. game conservation officer in charge of 
game and bird conservation. 

Senior land valuation engineer in charge ref- 
uge land acquisition. 

Senior biologist in charge of importation of 
foreign birds and mammals. 



Superintendent, Upper Mississippi River 
Wild Life and Fish Refuge, Winona, Minn. 

Superintendent, Bear River Migratory-bird 
Refuge and inspector of Federal refuges, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Irrigation engineer, Brigham, Utah 

U. S. reservation protector, National Bison 
Range, Moiese, Mont. 

U. S. reservation protector. Wind Cave Na- 
tional Game Preserve, Hot Springs, S. Dak. 

U. S. reservation protector. Elk Refuge, Jack- 
son, M'yo. 

U. S. reservation protector, Niobrara Reser- 
vation, Valentine, Nebr. 

U. S. reservation protector, Big Lake Reser- 
vation, Manila, Ark. 



Legal residence 



State 



Kans 
Md.. 
Calif. 
Pa. 
N. t)ak. 

Mass... 



Md_. 

Ohio. 

Tex.. 

Pa.._ 

Calif. 

^Vis.... 

Hawaii 

Va 

Tex.... 
Kans... 



i\.riz... 
Md... 
N. Y... 
Colo.. 
N. J.. 
Md... 



Pa 

Colo.. 



Ind.... 
N.Dak 

Vt 

Minn.. 
Calif... 



Wash. 
Utah.. 

Utah.. 
Colo.. 

Mont. 

Wyo.. 

Colo. . 

Tenn. 



Cong, 
dist. 



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

1st.. 

13th. 



5th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
19th. 
9th-. 
3d... 



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



.At L. 
6th... 
17th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
6th... 



20th.. 
1st... 

11th.. 

1st... 

2d.... 

1st... 
6th... 



4th. 
1st. 



1st... 
At L- 
ist... 
3d.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$8,000 
6,400 
6, 000 
3,300 
3,700 

3,400 



6, 400 
5, 800 
5,600 
5, 800 
fi, 000 
5,000 
5,600 
5,800 
5, 600 
8,000 



8,000 
6,400 
3,500 
3,300 
3,400 
3,700 



5,600 
5,600 

5,600 

5,600 

5,600 

5,200 

4,600 



4,200 
4,000 

3,800 
2,680 

2,180 

2,480 

2,080 

1,620 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Biological Survey — 

Continued 

Field IIeadouarters— Con. 

Big-game and Bird Reserva- 
tions— Conium^d 

Wesley D. Parker 



George M. Benson 

Experimental Fur Farm 

Karl B. Hanson 

Rabbit Experiment Station 

John W. Meyer 

Control Methods Research 

Francis E. Garlough 

District Investigators 

Wallace W. Smith 

Shaler E. Aldous... 

Albert W. Moore 

Everett E. Horn 

Control of Injurious Rodents and 
Predatory Animals 

District Leaders 

John C. Gatlin, jr 

Leo. L. Laythe 

Adolph S. Hamm 

Edward R. Sans 

Louis Knowles 

Donald A. Gilchrist 

Control oj Injurious Rodents 

District Leaders 

Thomas B. Murray 

Ira N. Gabrielson... 

Leo K. Couch 

Joseph Keyes 

I>awrence C. Whitehead. 

Reuben S. Zimmerman 

Otto E. Stephl 

James Silver 

Subdistrict Leaders 

Carleton D. Schwartz 

Roy Moore 

Galen C. Oderkirk 

Ernest M. Mills 

Control of Predatory Animals 

District Leaders 



Glenn R. Bach 

Robert E. Bateman. 
Alwin E. Gray 

Luther J. Goldman. 
George E. Holman.. 
Stanley G. Jewett... 
Cedric R. Laudon... 

Charles G. Poole 

Otto L. Coleman 

Harry P. Williams.. 
Harlan H. Gubser.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



U. S. reservation protector, Sullys Hill Na- 
tional Game Preserve, Fort Totten, N. 
Dak. 

U. S. reservation protector. Lake Malheur 
Reservation, Voltage, Oreg. 



Biologist in charge, Saratoga Springs, N. Y... 
.\ssociate biologist in charge, Fontana, Calif. 



Biologist in charge, Denver, Colo 

Junior biologist, Billings, Mont 

Junior biologist, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Junior biologist, Hillsboro, Oreg 

Associate biologist, Berkeley, Calif 



Assistant biologist, Albuquerque, N. Mex... 

Associate biologist, Denver, Colo 

Senior biological aide, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Reno, Nev 

Rapid City, S. Dak.... 

Associate biologist, Phoenix, .\riz 



Assistant biolosrist, Boise, Idaho 

Assistant biologist, Portland, Oreg 

Assistant biologist, Olympia, Wash 

Assistant biologist, Sacramento, Calif 

.\ssistant biologist, San Antonio. Tex 

Assistant biologist. Salt Lake City, Utah 

Assistant biologist, Bozeman, Mont. 

Associate biologist, Washington, D. C. (diS' 
trict headquarters. 



Junior biologist, Raleigh, N. C 

Junior biologist, Starkville, Miss.. 
Assistant biologist, Lafayette, Ind 
Junior biologist, Amherst, Mass... 



Olympia, Wash... 

Billings, Mont 

Associate biologist, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Gooding, Idaho 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Portland, Oreg 

San .\ntonio, Tex 

Sacramento, Calif 

Madison, Wis 

Munising, Mich 

Juneau, Alaska 



Legal residence 



State ^^°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



S. Dak. 3d 



Oreg.. 



111. 



Tenn. 



Oreg.. 



Oreg... 
Utah... 
N.Mex. 
Wash.. 



N.Mex 

Ariz 

Wyo... 
Calif... 
S. Dak, 
Colo... 



Utah... 
Iowa... 
Oreg... 
Cahf... 

Ga 

Idaho.. 
Minn.. 
Colo... 



N. Y... 
Mont.. 
N.Dak. 
Mass... 



2d. 



2d. 



3d- 



1st... 
2d.... 
\t L. 
4th... 



At L. 

At L. 
At L. 

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



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



31st. 
2d... 
1st.. 
3d... 



Mont.. 


2d 


Oreg... 


1st 


Calif... 


5th.... 


Cahf... 


7th.... 


Utah... 


2d 


Oreg... 


3d 


Tex 


16t.h... 


Wyo... 


At L.. 


N.Mex. 


At L.. 


Wyo... 


At L.. 


Oreg... 


2d 



Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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83 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Biological Survey — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

Biological Investigations 

Walter P. Taylor 

Olaus J. Murie 

Food Habits Research 

Theophihis H. Scheffer.. 

Stanley E. Piper.. 

Enforcement of Migratorybird 
Treaty and Lacey Ads 

U. S. Game Protectors 

Harry Barmeier 

Philip S. Farnham 

George E. Mushbach 

Webster H. Ransom 

Chester A. Leichhardt 

William Iv. Birsch. 

Bernhardt R. Britton 

Alarquis A. Charlton 

William H. Hoffman 

John Q. Holmes 

Jay V. Kelsey 

Samuel W. Linebaugh 

Lawrence J. Merovka 

John E. Perry 

Louis A. Branchaud 

Floyd A. Johnson... 

George M. Riddick 

Kenneth F. Roahen 

Burdette J. Shaver 

Bertrand E. Smith 

Orin D. Steele.. 

George Tonkin 

E. Bradford Whitehead 

Frank Clarkson 

Albert Stadlmeir.. 

Alaska Investigations 

Hugh W. Terhune 

Lawrence J. Palmer 

Alaska Game Commission 

William R. Selfridge 

Frank P. Williams. 

WillH. Chase. 

Irving McKay Reed 

Hugh W. Terhune 

Alaska Game Wardens 

Erwin M. Goddard 

Charles L. Cadwallader. 

Frank Dufresne 

Oddie Hallson 

Homer W. Jewell _. 

Sam O. White.- 

Mark A. Winkler 

George W. Taylor 

* Per diem. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Senior biologist, Tucson, Ariz 

Associate biologist, Jackson, Wye... 

Associate biologist, Puyallup, Wash 
Associate biologist, San Diego, Calif 



St. Louis, Mo -. 

Owego, N. Y 

Billings, Mont 

Spokane, Wash 

Portland, Oreg 

New Bern, N. C 

Socorro, N. Mex 

Columbus, Ohio 

Mobile, Ala 

Omaha, Nebr 

Daytona Beach, Fla 

Russell ville, Ky 

Memphis, Tenn 

Kansas City, Mo 

Washington, D. C 

New Orleans, La 

Little Rock, Ark.... 

Peoria, 111 

St. Paul, Minn 

Portland, Me 

Cambridge, Md 

Berkeley, Calif 

Savannah, Ga.. 

Houston, Tex 

Pleasantville, N. J.. 



Administrative officer for Alaska and chief 
representative of Biological Survey resi- 
dent in the Territory, Juneau, Alaska. 

Senior biologist in charge of reindeer investi- 
gations in Alaska, College, Alaska. 



Commissioner, first judicial division, Juneau, 
Alaska. 

Commissioner, second judicial division, 
Nome, .\laska. 

Commissioner, third judicial division, Cor- 
dova, Alaska. 

Commissioner, fourth judicial division, 
Fairbanks, Alaska. 

Executive officer, fiscal agent, and secretary; 
representative of Biological Survey, Juneau, 
Alaska. 



Assistant to executive officer, Juneau, Alaska 

Anchorage, Alaska 

Juneau, Alaska 

Bethel, Alaska 

Kodiak, Alaska 

Fairbanks, Alaska. 

Holy Cross, Alaska 

Fort Yukon, Alaska 



Legal residence 



State 



Wis.... 
Minn.. 



Pa.... 

Wash. 



Iowa... 
N. Y... 
Mont. 
Wash. 
Wash.. 

Va 

Wash. 
Ohio.. 

HI 

Nebr.. 
Wis... 
Ky.... 

Ill 

Tenn.. 

Vt 

Colo... 
Tenn.. 
Wash. 
Wis..., 
Me... 
Mass.. 
Oreg.. 
Fla.... 
Tex... 
N. Y.. 



-\laska. 
Nebr... 

Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska - 
Alaska. 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th. 
9th. 



5th. 
2d.. 



3d... 
3"th 
2d... 
5th.. 
3d... 
4th.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
8th. 
3d... 
22d. 
Pth.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
9th. 
5fh. 
11th 
3d.. 
14th 
2d.. 
3d.. 
11th 
42d. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$4, 600 
3,800 



3,400 
3, HOC 



2,800 
2,800 
2, 600 
2,600 
2,300 
2,700 
2, 500 
2, 500 
2,300 
2,600 
2,500 
2,400 
2, 400 
2, 500 
2, 300 
2,300 
2, 600 
2,800 
2, .500 
2,500 
2,700 
2,700 
2, 500 
2,400 
2,700 



5, 400 
4.960 

* 10. 00 
MO. 00 
i 10. 00 
« 10. 00 
5,400 



3, 400 
2,600 
2, 600 
2,600 
2,500 
2,500 
2, 500 
2.400 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°°S- 
fetate jjig^^ 



Bureau of Public Roads 



Thomas H. MacDonald. 

Philip St. J. Wilson 

Augusta F. Johnston 



Carrie L. Fuller. 
Hilda E. Graff.. 



Josephine C. Sweeney. 



Chief... 

Assistant chief 

Administrative assistant in charge of person- 
nel. 
Executive assistant 

Administrative assistant in charge of mail and 

files. 
Secretary to chief of bureau.. 



Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 



Lester E . Boykin 

Charles D. Curtiss... 
Herbert S. Fairbank. 

T. Warren Allen 

Earl F. Kelley 

Edwin W. James 

Hubert K. Bishop 

Oscar L. Grover 

Samuel H. McCrory. 



DisTRicT Headquarters for 
Highway Work 

(a) Eastern Districts 

Erwin O. Hathaway 

Clifford Shoemaker * 

Clayton E. Swain 

James T. Voshell 

Charles D. Snead 

Guy H. Miller 

Vernon M. Peirce 

(6) Western Districts 
Laurence I. Hewes 



Joseph S. Bright 

William H. Lynch 



Charles H. Sweetser. 
Archibald E. Palen.. 
Melvin D. Williams. 
Burtis J. Finch 



Agricultural Engineering 
Field Headquarters 



Walter W. McLaughlin. 

George R. Boyd 

Roy B. Gray 

Lewis A. Jones 

Dalton G. Miller 

Ralph L. Parshall. 

David L. Yarnell 



Chief, division of laws and contracts 

Chief, division of control.. 

Chief, division of information 

Chief, division of management 

Chief, division of tests 

Chief, division of highway transport 

Chief, division of contruction 

Chief, bridge division 

Chief, division of agricultural engineering. 



District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 4, St. 

Paul, Minn. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 5, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 6, 

Fort Worth, Te.\. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 7, 

South Chicago, 111. 
Acting district engineer in charge of Dist. No. 

8, Montgomery, Ala. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 9, 

Troy, N. Y. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 10, 

Washington, D. C. 



Deputy chief engineer in charge of western 

districts, San Francisco, Calif. 
Construction engineer, San Francisco, Calif.. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 1, 

Portland, Oreg. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 2, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Acting district engineer in charge of Dist. 

No. 3, Denver, Colo. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 11, 

Juneau, Alaska. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 12, 

Ogden, Utah. 



Associate chief of division in charge of irriga- 
tion investigations, Berkeley, Calif. 

Senior drainage engineer in charge of land 
clearing investigations. Richmond, Va. 

Senior agricultural engineer, in charge of corn- 
borer investigations. Toledo, Ohio. 

Senior drainage engineer, in charge of soil 
erosion investigations, Washington, D. C. 

Senior drainage engineer, in charge of drain- 
age investigations, St. Paul, Minn. 

Senior irrigation engineer in charge of irriga- 
tion investigations. Fort Collins, Colo. 

Senior drainage engineer, in charge of drain- 
age investigations, Iowa City, Iowa. 



Iowa. 
Va__- 
Wyo. 

Mich. 
Ill 



D. C. 



S. C 
lowa. 
Md.. 
N. Y_ 
lowa. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Va.... 
Miss.. 



7th.. 
3d... 
1st.. 

10th. 
7th.. 



6th. 
7th. 
3d.. 
19th 
3d_. 
24th 
39th 
3d.. 
8th. 



N. H... 


2d 


Ohio... 


12th__. 


Ala 


2d 


Ind-... 


2d 


Ala 


2d 


N.Y... 


32d.... 


Mass... 


11th... 


Wash.. 


2d 


Calif... 
Ohio... 


11th... 
7th.. ._ 


Wash.. 


3d 


Colo... 


lst.._. 


Calif... 


9th.... 


N.Y... 


35th. _. 



Utah... 


1st. ... 


Va 


3d 


Ohio... 


9th.. _. 


S. Dak. 


1st.... 


Minn.. 


4th.... 


Colo... 


2d 


lowa... 


2d 



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85 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics 



Nils A. Olsen 

Eric Englund 

Clarence W. Kitchen. 

J. Clyde Marquis 

Fred J. Hughes 

Mary O. Lacy 

Peter H. Quiun 



William C. Ten Eyck 

Scientific, Service, and Regula- 
tory Divisions 



(Vacancy) 

Eric Englund. 



Charles H. Walleigh.. 

.\rthur W. Palmer 

William F. Callander. 



Roy C. Potts 

Clarence L. Holmes. 
Charles J. Galpin... 



Wells A. Sherman... 

Harold J. Besley 

William A. Wheeler. 

J. Clyde Marquis 

Lewis C. Gray 



Charles V. Whalin. 
Oscar C. Stine 



H. Stanford Yohe. 



Field Headquarters 

(a) Marketing specialists under 
Cotton Futures Act 



William E. Dent... 
John J. Haggerty... 
Wingate P. Barbot. 



(6) Marketing Specialists under 
Grade and Staple Work 



.\lbert M. Dickson.. 

John T. Egan 

John W. Wright 

Percy K. Norris 

Frank H. Robinson. 



(c) Agricultural Statisticians 



Roy L. Gillett 

Dagma L. Floyd 

Frank W. Gist 

(Vacancy) 

Julius H. Jacobson 

Joseph L. Orr 

Arnold J. King 

Thomas F. McDonough. 

Eugene A. Logan 

Frank O. JBlack. 

Glenn S. Ray 

Fred W. Beier, jr 

Leslie M. Carl 

Ben U. Kienholz 

Donald A. McCandliss... 

Edgar L. Gasteiger 

Jay G. Diamond 

Carl H. Robinson.. _ 

Verne H. Church 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

do 

In charge of economic information 

Business manager _ 

Librarian 

Senior administrative assistant in charge of 

accounts. 
Senior administrative assistant in charge of 

telegraph. 



Chief, division of cooperative marketing 

Chief, division of agricultural finance (also 
assistant chief of bureau). 

Superintendent, Center Market, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Chief, division of cotton marketing 

Statistician and chief, division of crop and 
livestock estimates. 

Chief, division of dairy and poultry products. . 

Chief, division of farm management and costs. 

Principal agricultural economist in charge, 
division of farm population and rural life. 

Chief, division of fruits and vegetables 

Chief, grain division 

Chief, division of hay, feed, and seed 

Chief, division of economic information 

Chief, division of land economics and land 
utilization. 

Chief, division of livestock, meats, and wool.. 

Chief, division of statistical and historical 
research. 

Chief, division of warehousing 



111 

Kans.. 
Oreg.. 
Ind... 

Nebr.. 

Va 

Calif. . 



Calif... 



Pa. 



Calif.. 
Ill 



Okla.- 
lowa... 

Wis.... 



Va 

Ill 

S. Dak. 
Ind..-. 
Tenn... 



Kans... 
Wis 



Pa. 



Houston, Tex 

New Orleans, La. 
New York, N. Y. 



Dallas, Tex 

Austin, Tex 

El Paso, Tex 

Atlanta, Ga 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Albany, N. Y 

Atlanta, Oa 

M ontgomery, Ala 

Washington, D. C., for Maryland. 

Boise, Idaho 

Brookings, S. Dak 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Charleston, W. Va 

Columbia, Mo 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ohio 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Grand Forks, N. Dak 

Gulf port, Miss 

Harrisburg, Pa 

Helena, Mont 

.Austin, Tex 

Lansing, Mich 



Miss. 
La... 
N. Y. 



D. C. 
Tex.. 
Ariz.. 
Okla. 

S. C. 



18th.. 
5th... 
1st... 
8th... 
1st... 
6th... 
4th... 

7th.. 



8th. 



10th. 
2d... 



5th. 
7th. 
3d.. 



8th.. 
10th. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
3d... 



2d. 



13th.. 
At L- 
4th... 
3d.... 



N. Y.. 
Ga...- 
Ala... 



37th.. 
5th... 
4th... 



Idaho- 
N. Y.. 
Wyo.. 
Me...- 
Mo... 
S. C... 
Colo.. 
Mont. 
Iowa.. 
Minn. 
Miss.. 

Pa 

Mont. 
Va.... 
Mich.. 



2d,... 

37th.. 
At L. 
1st... 
3d...- 
2d.... 
2d.... 
1st... 
7th... 
7th..- 
6th.. _ 
19th.. 
1st... 
9th... 
6th... 



$8, 000 
6,500 
7,500 
5,800 
5,200 
3,700 
3,700 

3,500 



4,600 

6,000 
6,200 

6,000 
6,200 
5,800 

6,000 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
6,200 

6,000 
6,200 

6,000 



5,200 
5,200 
5,200 



3,300 
4,800 
4,600 
3,400 
3,300 



2 3, 300 

3,200 

2 2,600 



3,700 
3,200 

2 1, 000 
3,200 
4,800 
3,300 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,200 
4,600 

2 1, 120 

2 4, 000 
5,000 

2 4,400 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



86 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence ! (^q^. 

pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics — Contd. 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

(c) Agricultural Statisticians — 
Continued 



Charles E. Null Las Cruees, N. Mex... 

Aaron E. Anderson , Lincoln, Nebr 

Charles E. Bouton Little Rock, Ark 

Hal F. Bryant ..1 Louisville, Ky 

Walter H. Ebling i Madison, Wis 

Samuel T. Marsh ...j Knoxville, Tenn 

Lionel L. Janes__ New Orleans, La 

Kenneth D. Blood Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Harris A. ALirks Orlando, Fla 

Meade R. Wells I Phoeni.x, Ariz. 



Paul C. Newman 

Frank Parker 

John A. Hicks 

Elmer E. Kaufman 

George A. Scott 

Frank Andrews 

John S. Dennee 

Andrew J. Surratt. 

Paul H. Kirk 

Edward C. Paxton ! Topeka, Kans 

George L. Morgan Trenton, N. J 

Frederick V. Waugh.. Boston, Mass 

Chester D. Stevens, Boston, Mass 

Miner M. Justin West Lafayette, Ind 



Portland, Oreg 

Raleigh, N. C 

Richmond, Va 

Sacramento, Calif 

...-do 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Seattle, Wash 

Springfield, 111 

St. Paul, Minn 



(d) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge oj N'ews and Inspection 
Services on Dairy and Poultry 
Products 



Norman A. Dakin Boston, Mass. 

Clarence L. Pier_ Chicago, 111... 

Louis F. Champlin I New York, N. Y. 



Edward Small. 

Almo G. Abell 

Ernest R. Johnson 

James E. Draper 

Frank H. McCampbell. 



(e) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge oj News Service on 
Fruits and Vegetables 



William H. Hall Chicago, HI 

Elmer R. Biddle New York, N. Y... 

Joseph G. Scott Philadelphia. Pa.. 

Walter Kingsbury.. Los Angeles, Calif. 



Philadelphia, Pa 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Seattle, Wash. 

Portland, Oreg 

San Francisco, Calif. 



(J) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Inspection Service 
on Fruits and Vegetables 



George E. Prince , 

Hunter S. Moles 

Elbert E. Conklin, jr. 

Karl S. Branch 

Emery F. McKune... 

Hart T. Longino 

Will C. Hackloman... 
Vernon V. Westgate.. 

Ober G. Strauss 

John J. Gardner 

Wilbur L. Close 

WOliam F. Allewelt... 

Leonard S. Fonn 

Forbes E. Bailey 



.\iken, S. C 

Baton Rouge, La 

Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Denver, Colo 

Austin, Tex... 

New York, N. Y 

Omaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

Sacramento, Calif 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Yakima, Wash 



Ala 


1st.... 


Nebr... 


1st 


Ark.... 


3d..... 


Ky-.... 


7th.... 


Wis.... 


3d 


S. C... 


2d 


Fla 


4th.... 


Vt 


2d 


N. Y... 


35th... 


Ariz 


At L.. 


Oreg... 


1st 


N. C... 


4th.... 


Va 


4th.... 


Cahf... 


7th.... 


Mont.. 


2d 


Md_..- 


6th. ... 


Calif... 


10th... 


Minn.. 


9th-.. 


Kans... 


2d 


Kans... 


2d 


N. Y... 


28th... 


Mass... 


5th.... 


Mass... 


5th.... 


Kans... 


5th.... 



S. Dak 
S.Dak 
Wash. 

Ill 

Minn. 
Wash. 
Va.... 
Ill 



111.... 
Pa... 
Mich. 
Calif. 



2d... 
1st.. 
3d_.. 
7th.. 
10th. 
4th.. 
11th. 
nth. 



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



S. C-.. 


3d 


N. Mex 


At L-. 


N. Y... 


35th... 


Nebr... 


2d 


Colo... 


2d 


Tex 


1st 


Mo..- 


8th.... 


Wash.. 


4th.... 


Ind.-.. 


5th.... 


Colo... 


4th..- 


Wash.. 


4th.... 


Colo... 


3d 


Idaho.. 


2d 


Wash . . 


5th.... 



» Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury, 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



87 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics — Contd. 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

(/) J^Iarkeiing Specialists in 
Charge of Inspection Service 
on Fr7tiis and Vegetables — 
Continued 

Leslie G. Schultz_ 

Gerald R. Blount 

Jesse E. Diokerson 

Carl J. Hansen 

J. Harold Hoover 

Frank S. Kinsey 

Walter H. Steiubauer 

George W. Winfrey 

(g) Grain Supervisors under 
Grain Standards Act 

Rutherford T. Miles 

Administration of Grain 
Standards Act 



Calhoun L. Cannon. 

William H. Shea 

Martin Schuler 

Ralph C. Miller 

Herbert E . Nelson . . 
Bert W. Whitlock... 



Charles B. Barron. 



Inspection Efficiency 



Fred G. Smith 

William P. Carroll. 

Evan L. Morris 

Philip Rothrock... 
Clark A. Russell... 



Board of Review- 



Oscar F. Phillips 

(h) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge ol Grain. Hay, Feed, 
and Seed ^larket A^ews 
Service, and Hay, Bean, and 
Broomcorn Inspection and 
Seed Verification 



Boise, Idaho 

Philadelphia, Pa.... 

Indianapolis, Ind 

San Francisco, Calif 

Atlanta, Ga 

Richmond, Va 

Boston. Mass 

New Orleans, La 



In charge of general field headquarters 
Chicago, 111. 



Chicago, 1]1..._ 

Duluth, Minn 

Kansas City, Mo 

M inneapolis, Minn 

Omaha, Nebr 

Portland, Oreg. (Pacific coast field head- 
quarters) . 
St. Louis, Mo 



Chicago, 111. (general field headquarters). 

Chicago, 111. (division headquarters) 

Kansas City, Mo 

New York, N. Y 

Indianapolis, Ind.. _ 



Chairman, Chicago, 111. 



.411en D. Harlan 

Henry H. Whiteside. 
Eral Owen Pollock- 
Walter J. Morgan 

William R. Kuehn... 
Charles F. Hufi'man. 

Charles M. Funk 

Frank L. Lyons 

Ephraim A. Hill 



(j) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of News Service on 
Livestock, Meats, and Wool 

John S. Campbell Chicago, 111 ..[ Tex.. 

Max Y. Griffin Kansas City, Mo ! Ill- 



Atlanta, Ga Miss.. 

Chicago, 111 - 111 

Kansas City, Mo_ Tex... 

Los .\ngeles, Calif Utah.. 

Minneapolis, Minn Minn. 

Portland, Greg Wash. 

San Antonio. Tex Mo... 

San Francisco, Calif .-. Minn. 

Denver, Colo Cole. 



Wash.. 
N. C._. 
Idaho.. 
Oreg... 
Kans... 
Wash.. 

Pa 

Ark.... 



Tex.. 



Ill 

Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn 

Minn. 
Mont. 



111. 



111... 

Wis. 

Mo. 

Ohio... 

Ind. 



Minn.. 



Emory K. Hess 

B. Florens .McCarthy. 

Charles Bruce. 

William E. Schneider. 

.\lfred B. Smeby 

W illiam O. Fraser 



National Stockvards, 111... | Mo 

New York, N. Y..._ ! N. Y... 

Omaha, Nebr ' Iowa... 

San Francisco, Calif [ Ariz 

South St. Paul, Minn ' Minn.. 

Des Moines, Iowa i 111 



4th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
4t.h_. 
19th_ 
4th_- 



7th. 



1st... 
10th.. 
7th. ._ 
10th.. 
loth.. 
1st... 

22d... 



6th. 
5th. 
5th. 
6th. 
7th. 



8th. 



4th.. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
1st.. 
10th. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
7th.. 
1st.. 



4th... 
19th.. 
5th... 
7th... 
11th.. 
At L. 
3d.... 
ist... 



3,200 

2 120 

2 3, 040 

3,300 
2 300 

3,300 

3,300 



5, 600 



4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 

4,000 



4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 
4,600 



3,300 
3,800 
3,800 

2 1, 850 
3,700 
3,200 
3,000 

M,700 
3,500 



4, em 

3,400 
3,400 
5,000 
3,400 
2 780 
3,500 
3,300 



» Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



88 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Coin 

pensa 

tion 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics — Contd. 

Field Ueadquarters— Con. 

(j) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Warehousing 



Fletcher G. Crout.... 

Roy L. Newton 

Cecil B. Burns 

Edmund J. Murphy. 

James P. Brown 

Robert Waldie 



Bureau of Home Economics 



Louise Stanley ' 

Ruth Van Deman. 



Lennah Curtiss Zens 

Scientific Divisions 



Hildegarde Kneeland. 

Ruth O'Brien 

Louise Stanley 



Plant Quarantine and Control 
Administration 

Lee A. Strong 

Sievert A. Rohwer 

Bernard Connor 

Reuben C. Althouse 

Charles A. Locke 



Foreign plant quarantines 
Ernest R. Sasscer 



Officers in Charge, Maritime 
Ports 



Clyde N. Partington. 
Charles E. Prince, sr. 
William R. Shinn 



Willard G. Bemis. 
William T. Owrey. 



Oeraldus Gay 

Henry W. Hecker 

Warren W. Wood 

LeRoy Borland 

Robert L. Trigg 

Hamilton C. Millender. 
Wimberly T. Dillard.... 

William H. Freeman 

Charles E. Prince, jr 

Max Kisliuk, jr 

Clyde P. Trotter 

Thomas J. Baker 

Victor C. Durham 

Alan O. Webb 



Atlanta, Ga , 

Dallas, Tex 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Portland, Oreg 

Raleigh, N. C 

Wichita, Kans 



Chief 

Associate home economics specialist in charge 

of information. 
Junior administrative assistant 



Chief, economics division 

Chief, textiles and clothing division _.. 

Chief of bureau, acting in charge of foods and 
nutrition division. 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Business manager 

Informational officer 

Administrative assistant. 



Principal entomologist in charge. 



Junior plant quarantine inspector, Astoria, 
Oreg. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Belling- 
ham, Wash. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Boston, Mass 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Galves- 
ton, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector. Gulf- 
port, Miss. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

Plant quarantine inspector, New Orleans, 
La. 

Senior plant quarantine inspector, New York, 
N. Y. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector. Port 
Arthur, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector. Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Seattle, Wash 



S. C... 
Tex... 
Ky.... 

Miss.. 
Ala... 
Kans.. 



Mo.. 

N. Y. 



Mich... 



N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 
Mo... 



Calif. 
Va... 
D. C. 
Pa... 
Md.. 



7th .. 
10th 
2d... 
3d... 
6th.. 
3d-. 



8th.. 
36th. 



5th... 



nth. 

7th.. 
8th.. 



3d.. 

8th. 



Md.. 



1st. 
5th. 



5th....' 



Wash.. 


1st.... 


Md.... 


9th.... 


Wash.. 


1st.-.. 


Mass... 
Ohio... 


4th.... 
10th... 


Tenn 


2d 


111 


9th...J 


Mich.. 


3d 1 


Ariz 


AtL..I 


Miss... 


6th.... 


Tex 


8th...J 


La 


5th.... 


N. Y... 


5th.... 


Md.... 


4th... J 


Pa 


6th.... 


Tex 


7th.... 1 


Oreg... 


3d 


Ga 


1st.... 


Wash.. 


lst....| 



' Also acting in charge of foods and nutrition division. 



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89 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Tex 

Calif... 


15th... 
11th... 


Tex 


8th.... 


Tex.... 


16th... 


Ariz.... 


AtL.. 


Tex.... 


15th... 


Tex.... 


16th... 


Tex 


8th.... 


S. C... 


3d 


Tex 


15th... 


Tex 


15th... 


S. C... 


7th.... 


Okla... 


5th.... 


Tex 


15th... 


Tex 


15th... 


Tex 


16th... 


Calif... 


2d 


Tex 


16th... 


Tex 


15th... 


Hawaii. 




Penn... 


9th.... 


Ohio... 


14th... 


Wis.... 


3d 


Mass... 


6th.... 


Tex 


14th... 


Mass... 


5th.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Plant Quarantine and Control 
Administration — Contd. 

Foreign plant quarantines— Coa. 

OflBcers in Charge, Mexican 
Border Ports 

Ona D. Deputy 

Orlo A. Pratt 

Leslie A. Roberts 

Homer M. Cely 

Raymond O. Collier 

John B. R. Leary 

Thomas A. Arnold 

Warren R. Sudduth 

Joseph M. Singleton 

Vernon J. Shiner 

Luther A. Frost 

William J. Douglass 

Charles E. Bellis 

Robert B. Lattimore 

Adolph A. Stalmach 

Raymond B. Haller 

Leroy Schoening 

Bertram R. Anderson 

George M. Jones.. 

Hawaii Inspection 

Harold F. Willard 

Porto Rico Inspection 

Allen G. Harley 

Richard Faxon 

Domestic Plant Quarantines 

Stanley B. Fracker 

European Corn Borer Control 
and Quarantine Enforcement 

Leon H. Worthley 

Pink Bollworm and Thurberia 
Weevil Control and Quaran- 
tine Enforcement 

Robert_E. McDonald 

Oipsyand Broivn-tail Moth Con- 
trol and Quarantine Enforce- 
ment 

Albert.F. Burgess 

119539—30 7 



Plant quarantine inspector 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Calex- 
ico, Calif. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Columbus, 
N. Mex. 

.\ssistant plant quarantine inspector, Del 
Rio, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Doug- 
las, Ariz. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector. Eagle 
Pass, Tes. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector. El 
Paso, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Fabens, 
Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Hidal- 
go, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Laredo, 
Tex. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Mercedes 
(Thayer International Bridge), Tex. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Naco, 
Ariz. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector. No- 
gales, Ariz. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Pre- 
sidio, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Rio 
Grande City, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Roma, 
Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, San 
Ysidro, Calif. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Ysleta, 
Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Zapata, 
Tex. 



Senior entomologist, Honolulu, Hawaii. 



Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Maya- 

guez, P. R. 
Associate plant quarantine inspector, San 

Juan, P. R. 



Principal plant quarantine administrator in 
charge. 



Principal administrative officer in charge, 
Boston, Mass. 



Principal administrative officer in charge, 
San Antonio, Tex. 



Principal entomologist in charge, Melrose j Mass.. 
Highlands, Mass. 



$3, 800 
3,300 

2, 300 

3,000 

2,600 

3,400 

3,400 

2,600 

3,000 

3,400 

2,500 

2, 400 

3,400 

2,800 

2,700 

2.600 

2,600 

2,600 

2,600 

4,600 

3,000 
3,600 

5,600 
6,400 



5,600 



6,000 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 

dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Plant Quarantine and Control 
Administration — Contd. 

Japanese Beetle Control and 
Quarantine Enforcement 

Charles H. Iladley 



Mexican Fruit Worm Control 
and Quarantine Enforcement 

Paul A. Hoidale 



Date Scale Control and Quaran- 
tine Enforcement 

Boyd L. Boyden 



Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradi- 
cation and Quarantine En- 
forcement 



Walter C. O'Kane 

Lon A. Hawkins... 

Grain Futures Administration 



Joseph W. T. Duvel. 

Joseph M. Mehl 

Albert Strack _.. 



Field Orain Exchange Supervisors 



Leslie A. Fitz 

Jewett R. Mathewson.. 

William F. Logan 

L. M. Jeffers 

Louis E. Wolf 

Rodger R. KaulTmann. 



Food and Drug Administra- 
tion 



Walter G. Campbell '•. 

Paul B. Dunbar 

Fred B. Linton 

Lee M. Clarke.- _. 

Mary T. Read 



Executive Supervision 

C. W. Crawford 

A. E. Taylor 

W. S. Frisbie 

Technical Control 



Ward B. White 

Horace T. Herrick ". 



J. J. Durrett.. 
B.J. Howard. 



C. C. McDonnell 

Fletcher P. Veitch 12. 



Principal administrator in insect control in 
charge, Camden, N. J. 



Senior plant quarantine inspector in charge, 
Harlington, Tex. 



Senior entomologist in charge, Indio, Calif... 



Chairman Federal Fruit Fly Board, Orlando, 

Fla. 
Supervisor of sterilization 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Administrative assistant. 



Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kansas City, Mo... 
Sacramento, Calif... 

Seattle, Wash 

Omaha, Nebr 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Assistant to chief- 
Chief clerk 

Editor 



Principal chemist in charge of office of inter- 
state supervision. 

Principal chemist in charge of office of import 
supervision. 

Principal chemist in charge of office of State 
and city cooperation. 



Principal chemist in charge of food control 

Principal chemist in charge of color certifica- 
tion. 
In charge of drug control 

Principal microscopist in charge of micro- 
analytical laboratory. 

Principal chemist in charge of insecticide 
control. 

Principal chemist in charge of naval stores 
control. 



Pa. 



19th... 



Tex 



Calif. 



9th.... 



$5,600 



9th.... 4,600 



4,600 



N. H... 


1st.... 


6,500 


Iowa... 


11th... 


6,000 


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


4th.... 

7th.... 
10th... 


6,600 
5,600 
3,000 


N. Y... 
Minn.. 
Kans... 
Calif... 
Kans... 
Kans-- 


24th... 
10th... 

1st 

3d 

1st 

7th.... 


6,000 
4,600 
4,600 
2 1, 000 
3,200 
4,600 


Ky..... 
Md.... 

Ala 

N. Y... 
Pa 


5th.... 
4th..-. 
9th.... 
39th... 
15th... 


9,000 
6,400 
5,000 
3,300 
2,600 


Okla... 


5th.... 


5, GOO 


N. Y... 


11th... 


5,600 


Nebr... 


1st 


6,000 


N. Y... 
Ohio... 


28th... 
20th..- 


5,600 
5,600 


Tenn.. 
Mich.. 


lOth... 
8th.... 


5,800 
6,800 


S. C— 


3d 


5,600 


Md.... 


5th._.. 


6,000 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount included lieing paid from Federal Treasury. 

>" Also director of regulatorj- work (see Office of the Secretary.) 

" Also principal chemist in charge of color and farm waste division. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 

" Also principal chemist in charge of industrial farm products division. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 



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91 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tiou 


Food and Drug Administra- 
tion — Continued 

Field Inspection Service 

William R. M. Wharton 

Daniel M. Walsh 


Eastern District 

Chief of district, New York, N. Y. 

Chief of station, Baltimore, Md 


Md.... 

Vt 

Mass... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Pa 

Va 

Ga 

Ind.... 

Mass... 

Ill 

Minn.. 

Mo 

Va 

La 

Mo 

Colo... 
N.Dak. 

Ill 

111 

Kans.. 


5th.... 

1st 

4th 

1st 

37th... 
7th.... 
9th.... 
5th. ... 
10th... 

4th.... 

2d 

10th .. 

4th 

10th... 
7th.... 
5th.... 

lst..-_ 

1st 

2d 

16th... 
1st 


$6, OCO 
4,800 
4,800 


George 11. Adams 


Chief of station, Boston, Mass 


F. L. Wollard 


Chief of station, Buffalo, N . Y . 


4,6C0 
4, 6C0 


Joseph Callawav, jr 


Chief of station. New York, N. Y 


Clement S. Brinton 


Chief of Station, Philadelphia, Pa . 


4,600 


Willford J. McQee.. 

J. J. McManus 

H. B. Switzer. 

J. 0. Clarke.... 

Harry D. Garrett 

Stuart A. Postle 

Will H. Hartigan 

C. W. Harrison . 




4,600 
4,6C0 
4,6C0 

5,800 


Chief of station, Savannah, Ga 

Chief of import milk station. Rouses Point, 
N. Y. 

Central District 

Chief of district, Chicago, 111 . . . 


Chief of station, Chicago, 111 


4,800 


Chief of station, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chief of station, Kansas City, Mo 


4,800 
4,600 


Chief of station, Minneapolis, Minn 

Acting chief of station. New Orleans, La 

Chief of station, St. Louis, Mo 


4,600 


Edwin C. Boudreaux 

Ernest R. Smith... 


4,000 
4,800 

6,000 


Wendell Vincent 


Western District 

Chief of district, San Francisco, Calif 

Chief of station, Ran Francisco, Calif 


Gant J. Morton 


4,800 
4,800 
3,800 


Athur W. Hansen 




Jhn E. Kimlel 


Acting chief of station, Denver, Colo . .. ... 


Barclay C. Winslow 


Senior food and drug inspector, Los Angeles. 
Calif. 


3,500 





DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



SECRETARY 

R. P. LAMONT, OF ILLINOIS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Secretary 



Julius Klsin 

Clarence M. Young 

Malcolm Kerlin 

E. Dana Durand -. 

Arthur W. Coombs, jr. 

E. W. Libbey 

Charles E. Molster 

Edw. J. Gardner 

Thomas F. McKeon... 

Walter S. Erwin 

Anne Q. Cross -. 



Aeronautics Branch 



Harry H. Blee 

Gilbert G. Budwig 

Stanley W. Crosthwait.. 

Frederick R. Neely 

W. Fislte Marshall- 

Frederick C. Hingsburg. 
L. J. Briggs 



Edwin H. Pagenhart. 



Joseph S. Marriott.. 
Richard C. Gazley.. 

Dr. L. H. Bauer 

Elmer McD. Kintz. 
A. P. Taliaferro, jr.. 

Robert S. Clary 

Jesse W. Lankford.. 

John Groves.. 

Earle R. Strong 

Robert R. Reining.. 



Radio Division 



William D. Terrell. _ 
William E. Downey . 
L. W. McKee 



Radio Service 



Arthur Batcheller... 
W. Van Nostrand... 

L. C. Herndon 

C. C. Kolster 

Harold D. Hayes... 

S. W. Edwards 

T. Q. Deiler 

(Vacancy) 

B. H. Linden 

Edwin W. Lovejoy. 
Benjamin E. Wolf... 



Bureau of the Census 



William M. Steuart 

Joseph A. Hill 

Arthur J. Ilirsch. 

Emily I. Farnum 

Emmons K. Ellsworth. 



Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary for Aeronautics 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary. 

Statistical assistant to the Secretary 

Secretary to the Secretary 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, division of publications 

Chief, division of supplies 

Librarian 



Director of aeronautic development.. 

Director of air regulation 

Chief, adminLstrative division 

Chief, aeronautic information division 

Chief, licensing division 

Chief, airways division (Lighthouse Service). 
Chief, aeronautics research division (Bu- 
reau of Standards) . 
Chief, mapping division (Coast and Geodetic 
Survey) . 

Chief, inspection service 

Chief, engineering section 

Chief, medical section 

Chief, enforcement section 

Chief, airport section _ 

<-'hief, editorial section 

Secretary, aircraft accident board 

Chief, airway bulletin section 

Chief, statistics and distribution section 

Chief, registration section 



Director of Radio 

Assistant director of radio 

Chief, international rauio accounting section- 



Traveling supervisor.. 

Supervisor of radio, Atlanta, Ga 

Supervisor of radio, Baltimore, Md 

Supervisor of radio, Boston, Mass 

Supervisor of radio, Chicago, 111... 

Supervisor of radio, Detroit, Mich 

Supervisor of radio, New Orleans, La 

Supervisor of radio, New York, N. Y 

Supervisor of radio, San Francisco, Calif 

Supervisor of radio, Seattle, Wash 

Manager, monitoring station. Grand Island, 
Nebr. 



Mass . . 
Iowa... 
N. J..._ 
Calif... 
Mass... 
D. C... 
Ohio... 
S. c... 

N. Y... 
Miss... 
D. C... 



Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Md... 
D. C.- 
Iowa.. 
N. Y.. 
D. C. 



Minn.. 



Pa... 
Ohio. 
Va... 
D. C. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 
Ind.. 
Md.. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N.Y 

Calif.. - 
Md.... 



Mass... 
Conn.. 

Va 

La 

Calif... 
Ohio... 
La 



13th. 
7th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
6th.. 



10th. 
1st.. 
24th. 
3d... 



6th... 
9th... 
5th... 



7th... 
18th,. 



1st.... 

9th.... 
20th... 
8th.... 



21st. 



2d... 
6th.. 
24th. 
14th. 



5th. 
4th. 
4th. 



nth. 

5th.. 
2d... 
2d... 
10th. 
12th. 
1st.. 



Director 

Assistant director.. 

Chief clerk 

.Vppointment clerk. 
Fiscal advisor 



Calif.. 
N.Y.- 
Calif.. 



Mich 
N. H, 
111.... 
N. Y... 
Md. 



6th. 
2d.. 
4th. 



1st.. 
2d... 
16th. 
19th. 
6th.. 



> Relative rank of commander. United States Navy; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 
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93 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



Bureau of the Census— Con. 



Leon E. Truesdell. 

Le Verne Beales 

William L. Auftin. 
Starke M. Grogan. 



Timothj' F. Murphy. 

Robert J. McFall 

Edward W. Koch 



E. M. LaBoiteaux 

Clarence E. Batschelet. 
Harvey J. Zimmerman. 

William B. Cragg 

Olive M. Riddleberger. 

John F. Daly 

Morris J. Hole 

Lemuel A. Carruthers. 



Willard C. Smith.... 
Evelyn L. Yeomans. 

William A. Ruff 

Owen L. Briggs 

Alha M. Edwards... 

Harry H. Pierce 

George B. Wetzel. .. 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce 



William L. Cooper. 
Oliver P. Hopkins. 
Frank M. Surface.. 
Thomas R. Taylor. 
John Matthews, jr. 

Wharton Moore 

Griffith Evans 

Royal H. Brasel 



John Hohn 

Harold Dotterer 

Walter L. Miller 

Nicholas Eckhardt... 

Harvey W. Haun 

Clive W. Palmer 

Arthur S. Chadwick. 



Technical Divisions 

Ernest A. Tupper 

Grosvenor M. Jones 

Louis Domeratzky 

A. Lane Cricher 

Henrv Chalmers 

Arthur S. Hillyer 

Howard C. Dunn. 

C. J. Junkin 



Commodity Divisions 

Marshal T. Jones 

George B. Bell 

Archie W. ChUds 

Edward C. Montgomery.. 

Walter H. Rastall 

(Vacancy) 

Edward T. Pickard. 

Wilbur J. Page 

Preston W. Barker 

Charles C. Concannon 

Luther Becker 

Arthur B. Butman 

EricT. King 

Leighton W. Rogers 

James W. Furness 

Clarence J. North 

Benjamin D. Hill.. 

John Matthews, jr. 2 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Chief statistician, population 

Chief statistician, manufactures .-. 

Chief statistician, agriculture 

Chief statistician, fmancial statistics of cities 
and States. 

Chief statistician, vital statistics 

Chief statistician, distribution 

Chief .supervisor in charge of field work, Fif- 
teenth Census. 
Mechanical engmeer in charge of laboratory.. 

Geographer 

Chief statistician, cotton and oils.. 

E.xpert in charge of tabulation 

Assistant chief statistician, population 

Assistant chief statistician, manufactures 

Assistant chief statistician, agriculture....... 

Assistant chief statistician, financial statistics 
of cities and States. 

Assistant chief statistician, vital statistics 

.A-Ssistant geographer 

Statistician, distribution 

Statistician, irrigation and drainage 

Statistician, occupations 

Editor and printing expert 

Chief supervisor, card punch division 



Director 

Assistant director, 
.do-- 



.do. 
.do. 



Administrative assistant 

Chief, editorial division 

Chief, correspondence and distribution divi- 
sion. 

Chief, statistical division 

Chief, district offices division 

Chief, foreign service division 

Chief, drafting and photostat division 

Chief, accounting office 

Personnel 

Chief, division of supplies 



Acting chief, statistical research division. 
Chief, finance and investment division... 

Chief, division of regional information 

Chief, transportation division 

Chief, foreign tariffs division 

Chief, commercial intelligence division... 

C^hief, domestic commerce division 

Chief, commercial laws division 



Chief, electrical division 

Chief, agricultural implements division. 

Chief, automotive division 

Chief, foodstulTs division 

Chief, machinery division 

Chief, lumber division 

Chief, textOes division... 

Chief, leather division 

Acting chief, rubber division — 

Chief, chemical division 

Chief, iron and steel division 

Chief, shoe division 

Chief, specialties division 

Chief, aeronautics trade division 

Chief, minerals division 

Chief, motion picture division 

Chief, tobacco division 

Chief, paper division 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Me... 
N. Y.. 
Miss.. 
Ga-... 



Me 

Va 

Md.... 



Conn 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Va... 
Mass. 
Ohio... 18th 
Ohio...! 16th 



3d... 
14th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 



2d.. 
8th. 
6th. 



1st... 
16th.. 
24th.. 
1st... 
7th... 
4th... 



111...... 

Conn.. 

Ind 

N.Y... 

Me 

N. Mex 
Pa 



N. Y, 
Md.. 
Me... 
N.J. 
N. Y, 
Mo.. 
N. Y... 
Okla 



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

HI 

Md... 

Mass.. 



Pa.... 
Ohio.. 
Va.... 
Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 

Ill 

N. Y.. 



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



Conn. 
N. H-. 
N. J... 
N. Y.. 

N. J... 
Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
N. Y.. 
Ky.... 



20th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
40th.. 
1st... 
At L. 
18th.. 



17th. 
6th.. 
4th.. 



15th. 
27th. 
3d.-. 



5th. 

7th. 



22d. 
6th. 
4th. 



1st.. 
21st. 



10th. 
28th. 
13th. 



17th... 



8th.. 
2d... 
19th. 
37th. 
3d... 



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



10th. 
14th. 
11th. 
12th. 
9th.. 
17th. 
2d... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,000 
6,400 
7,000 
6,500 

5,800 
7,000 
5,600 

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

4,200 
4,200 
5,000 
4,200 
5,200 
3,400 
5,000 



$9,000 
7,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
5,200 
6,200 
5,200 

5,200 
5,000 
5,000 
4,400 
3,900 
3,800 
3,800 



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



5,600 
6,400 
5,600 
6,400 
6,400 



6,400 
6,000 
3,600 
5,800 
5,800 
5,600 
6,200 
6,000 
5,800 
5,600 
6,000 



'Also assistant director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce — Con. 

District Offices 

Frederic L. Roberts.. 

James F. Hodgson 

W. O. Ash 

Thomas L. Gaukel 

Edwin B. George 

Harry O. Mitchell -— 

H. D. Butler -- 

A. J. Barnaud ..- 

John S. Ooff 

Shirl H. Blalock 

(Vacancy) 

B. A. Williamson 

Ernest L. Tutt 

William B. Henderson 

Ernest M. Zwickel 

Prentiss M. Terry 

B. J. Wilson 

A. E. Boadle 

James H. Smiley 

John H. Farrell 

W. L. Mitchell 

John E. Wrenn 

Walter N. Pearce 

C. L. McLain 

M. L. Shirley 

O. E. Bittner 

Brice M. Mace, jr 

K. H. Dame 

B. P. Boykin 

Wilson K. Ray 

Fred M. Rayburn 

Sherwood H. Avery 

Division of Customs Statistics, 
New York 

Louis J. Mahoney 

Commercial AttacMs 

Ralph H. Ackerman 

Fayette W. Allport... --- 

Julean Arnold 

Merwin L. Bohan 

Clarence C. Brooks 

Halleck A. Butts 

Charles H. Cunningham 

Charles E. Dickerson 

Walter J. Donnelly 

Alexander V. Dye -. 

Sproull Fouche 

Julian E. Gillespie 

H. Lawrence Groves. 

Charles E. Herring 

William A. Hodgman 

Carlton Jackson 

Emil A. Kekich 

Thormod O. Klath 

Clayton Lane,.- 

Charles A. Livengood 

Richard C. Long 

Marquard H. Lund 

Charles E. Lyon 

Frederick B. Lyon 

Lynn W. Meekins 

Raymond C. Miller. 

Mowatt M. Mitchell 

Lee C. Morse 

George C. Peck 

Karl L. Rankin 

Gardner Richardson 

Harry Sorensen 

Frederick Todd 

Jesse F. Van Wickel 

Halbert E. Watkins -. 

Osborn S. Watson 

George Wythe 

Frank S. Williams 



Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager, 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager, 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager 
Manager, 
Manager 
Manager 



, Chicago.. 

, New York 

, San Francisco 

, St. Louis 

, Philadelphia 

, Atlanta 

, Boston 

, Detroit 

, New Orleans 

, Seattle... 

, Portland, Oreg 

, Des Moines 

, Houston.- 

, Memphis 

, Minneapolis 

, Louisville 

, Galveston 

, Mobile 

, Los Angeles 

, Wilmington 

.Norfolk... 

, Kansas City, Mo. 

, Jacksonville 

, Birmingham 

, Charlotte 

, Denver 

, West Coast 

, Indianapolis 

, Milwaukee 

, Pittsburgh... 

, BulTalo 

, Dallas 



Pa.... 
N. J... 
N. y.. 
Pa.... 

Pa 

Ga.... 

Dl 

Mass.. 
Ind... 
Wash. 



16th. 
1st.. 
32d.. 
25th. 
32d.. 
5th.. 
7th.. 
14th. 
8th.. 
2d... 



Chief, division of customs statistics. 



Santiago, Chile 

Paris, France 

Shanghai, China 

Guatemala, Guatemala.. 
Montevideo, Uruguay... 

Tokyo, Japan 

Lima, Peru 

Cairo, Egypt 

Bogota, Colombia 

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Bucharest, Rumania 

Istanbul, Turkey 

Berlin, Germany 

At large 

Budapest, Hungary 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Belgrade, Yugoslavia 

Stockholm Sweden 

Warsaw, Poland 

Madrid, Spain 

Lisbon, Portugal 

Oslo, Norway 

Berne, Switzerland 

Athens, Greece 

Ottawa, Canada 

Brussels, Belgium 

Rome, Italy 

Riga, Latvia 

Panama City, Panama... 
Prague, Czechoslovakia.. 

Vienna, Austria 

Copenhagen, Denmark... 

Habana, Cuba 

The Hague, Netherlands. 

Caracas, Venezuela 

Helsingfors, Finland 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Bangkok, Siam 



lowa.- 

Tes... 

Wash. 

Ill 

1 Ky.... 
I N. J... 

D. C- 

Mass.. 

N. Y.. 

N.J... 

Pa.... 

D. C. 

Va.--- 

Tenn. 

D. C 



9th.. 
11th. 
1st-. 
9th.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 



6th.. 
29th. 
3d... 
5th.. 



8th.. 
9th.. 



Pa... 
D. C. 
Pa... 
Ohio. 
La... 



30th... 



30th. 
11th. 



N. Y... 



S. C... 
Ohio.. 
Calif.. 
Tex... 
N. J... 
Tex... 
Calif.- 
Mass.. 
Mass.. 
N. Y- 
Ga..-- 
Tex... 

Ill 

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



2d... 
22d.. 
3d..- 

5th-. 
6th.. 
7th-. 



2d-.. 
11th. 
19th. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
10th. 



Iowa.. 
Calif.. 
Wash. 
Tex-.- 
Ohio.. 
Mass.. 
Mich. 
Pa- — 
Ind-.. 
Calif. - 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Conn. 
Kans.. 
N.J... 
N. Y.. 
Fla.... 

Ga 

Tex-.- 
Miss.. 



11th.. 



1st..- 



3d... 
13th. 
2d..- 
4th.. 
2d... 



32d.. 
36th. 



2d..- 
4th.. 
8th.. 
7th.. 
4th.. 
nth. 
5th-. 
8th.. 



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95 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce — Con. 

TTade Commissioners 



EUwood O. Babbitt 

Thomas C. Barringer... 

Don C. Bliss... 

Charles E. Brookhart... 

*James G. Burke 

OUie U. Butler 

Thomas Butts. 

*A. Bland Calder 

George R. Canty 

Gudrun Carlson 

* Ralph F. Chesbrough.. 

'Ralph B. Cunen 

William T. Daugherty. 

Samuel II. Day 

•Joseph 11. Ehlers 

John J. Ehrhardt 

John A. Embry 

*William L. Finger 

Julian B. Foster 

*nomer S. Fox 

»«obert G. Glover 

David S. Green 

•Julian C. Greenup 

*Paul S. Guinn 

Louis P. Hall, jr 

*John T. Harding 

Richard P. Henderen.. 

Walter B. Hertz 

Evett D. Hester 

♦Milton T. Houghton.. 

George C. Howard 

Elizabeth Humes 

*Leigh W. Hunt 

•Erwin P. Keeler 

Edward C. La Forge... 

Gerald F,. Luebben 

Joe R. MeKey.. 

Harold P. Macgowan.. 

Joseph M. jMarrone 

Frank Mcsscngei 

•Douglas P. Miller 

Hiram T. Nones 

•Oliver B. North 

•Albert F. Nufer 

•Algernon A. Osborne.. 

Donald W. Page 

Sherman R. Peabody.. 

James E. Peebles 

*.\lbert Pierrot 

•Daniel J. Reagan 

•Donald Renshaw 

J. Bartlett Richards 

Edward O. Sabine 

Leonard J. Schwarz 

James T. Scott 

A. Viola Smith 

•Julian D. Smith 

James Somerville, jr 

Frederick C. Sommer.. 
DeForest A. Spencer... 
Charles B. SpolTord, jr. 

Earl C. Squire 

Paul P. Steintorf 

Floyd E. Sullivan 

Harvey A. Sweetser 

Roger R. Townsend 

James E. Waliis, jr 

Granville O. Woodard. 
Harvey Sheaban 



Vancouver, Canada. 

Batavia, Java 

Singapore, Straits Settlements... 

Washington, D. C 

Buenos Aires, .A.rBentina 

do 

Paris, France 

Shanghai, China 

Paris, France 

Oslo, Norway 

Cairo, Egypt 

Atliens, Greece 

Berlin, Germany 

Johannesburg, South Africa 

Tokyo, Japan 

Mukden, Manchuria, China 

Winnipeg, Canada 

Paris, France 

Wellington, New Zealand 

London, England 

Santiago, Chile 

Sao Paulo, Brazil- 

Madrid, Spain 

The Hague, Netherlands 

Paris, France 

Istanbul, Turkey 

Batavia, Java 

Paris, France 

Manila, P. I... 

Santiago, Chile 

Manila, P.I 

Rome, Italy 

Brussels, Belgium... 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Hamburg, Germany 

San Juan, Porto Rico 

Panama City, Panama — 

Rome, Italy 

London, England 

Berlin, Germany 

Sydney, Australia 

Ottawa, Canada 

Havana, Cuba... 

Rome, Italy 

Calcutta, India 

Melbourne, Australia 

Sydney, .Australia 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Paris, France 

London, England 

Bombay, India 

Montreal, Canada 

Accra, West Gold Coast, Africa. 

Hamburg, Germany 

Shanghai, China 

Lima, Peru 

London, England 

Stockholm, Sweden.. 

Milan, Italy 

Calcutta, India 

Sydney, Australia 

Tokyo, Japan 

London, England 

Toronto, Canada 

London, England 

Berlin, Germany 

Shanghai, China 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil... 



Wash. 
Va--.. 
N.J... 
Iowa.. 

Vt 

Tex... 

N. Y.. 

N. Y.. 

Mass.. 

Minn. 

Fla.... 

Wis... 

D. C 

Calif.. 

Conn 

N. J.... 

Fla 

Miss... 

Ala 

Mich.. 

Fla 

Conn.- 
Calif... 

Pa 

Mich.. 
D. C... 
N. J.... 
N. Y... 

Ill 

N. Dak 
D. C... 

La 

D. C... 
Ind...- 
Calif... 

Wis 

Ind 

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

Tex 

D. C... 
N. Y... 
Conn.. 
N. Y... 

Pa 

Ariz 

N. Y... 

Wash.. 

N. J.... 

N. Y... 

La.. 

N.J. 

La-. 

N.Y 

Ga-- 

Calif... 

Mass.. 

Miss.. 

N. Y.. 

Minn.. 

N. H— 

111 

Va 

Wis 

Mass... 

Pa 

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



1st... 
7th... 
4th... 
1st... 
1st... 



nth. 
4th.I 



- 1st. 



1st.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
11th. 
4th„ 



9tll.. 
16th. 
2d... 



17th.. 
13th.. 



4th... 



5th.. 
10th. 
1st.. 
10th. 
24th. 
35th. 
13th. 



10th. 
3d... 



24th. 



38th.. 
1st.-. 
2d.... 
12th.. 
1st--. 
6th... 
1st... 



8th.. 
10th- 
6th. _ 
4th.. 
23d.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
10th. 
4th.. 
8th.. 
14th. 



8th.. 



2d. 



Assistant commercial attache. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



NAME 


OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Bureau of Standards 
Oeorge K. Burgess. 


Director- 


CaliL- 
D. C 


3d 


$9,000 
7,500 


Lvman J. BriggS-. 


Assistant director for research and testing 


Henry D. Hubbard 


111 - 

Me.--. 
N. Y— 

N. Y... 
Mass... 
Nebr... 
Ill 


2d 

2d 

22d.... 

30th... 
3d 

1st 

19th... 


5,000 


Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

H. W. Bearce 


Co-chief, division of weights and measures... 
do 


6,000 


F. S. Holbrook 


6,200 


Eugene C. Crittenden. 


Chief, electricity division 


6,400 


H. C. Dickinson 


Chief, heat and power division 


6,400 
6,000 
6,400 


C. A. Skinner 


Chief, optics division 


E. W. Washburn 


Chief, chemistrv division 


Lyman J. Briggs < 


Chief, mechanics and sound division . 


Warren E. Emley 


Chief, fibrous and organic materials division. 
Chief, metallurgy division 


Pa 

Mich-. 

Pa 

N. Y— 
N. Y.-- 
N. Y-. 
Mich. . 

Wash.. 
N. Y— 
D. C-. 


31st... 

2d 

31st.-. 
6th.-.- 
38th... 
21st... 
4th.... 

1st 

20th... 


6,000 
6,000 
6,400 


Henry Rawdon 


P. H. Bates 


Chief, clay and silicate products division 

Chief, division of simplified practice 


Edwin W. Ely 


6,000 


James S. Tavlor 


Acting chief, building and housing division... 
Chief, specifications division . 


5,000 


A. S. McAllister 


6,200 


I. J. Fairchild 


Chief, trade standards division .. . 


6,000 


Bureau of Fisheries 

Henry O'Malley 


Commissioner 


9,000 


Lewis Radclifle . . 


Deputy commissioner.- 


6,500 


Albert K. Brown. 


Chief clerk 


3,400 


Elmer Higgins 


Chief, division of scientific inquiry respecting 

food fishes. 
Chief, division offish culture - 


Calif... 

Mo.-.- 
Wash-- 
Mich.. 

Colo... 
Colo--. 
Alaska - 
Ind-.- 

N. Y— 
Colo... 

Pa 

N. Y... 

Oreg... 
Ohio... 

Me 

N. Y... 
Tenn.- 
Mass... 
Wis-... 
Mich-- 
D. C... 


9th...- 

11th..- 

1st 

2d 

1st..-. 
1st.-.. 

"ist-"II^ 

28th..- 

1st 

20th— 
28th..- 

1st..-- 
9th..-. 

3d 

28th.-: 
1st-... 
6th.... 

3d 

2d 


5.000 


Glen C. Leach 


5,000 


Reginald H. Fiedler 


Chief, division of fishery industries - 


4,600 


Ward T. Bower 


Chief, division of Alaska fisheries ... 


5,000 


Fishery Stations 
Harry F. Johnston 


Superintendent, Afognak, Alaska 


*2, 300 


William K. Hancock 


Superintendent, Baird, Calif 


*2,200 


Joseph Kemmerich . 


Superintendent, Baker Lake, Wash 


*2, 300 


Samuel F. Hildebrand 


Superintendent and director, biological sta- 
tion, Beaufort, N. C. 
Superintendent, Berkshire, Mass 


•4,200 


William A. Casler. 


2,400 


Western T. Thompson 


Superintendent, Bozeman, Mont 


*2,300 


John P. Snyder 


Superintendent, Cape Vincent, N. Y 


*2,300 


Charles W. Burnham 


Superintendent, central station, Washington, 

D. C. 
Superintendent, Clackamas, Oreg 


2,300 


Philo B. Hawley 


*2,300 


Charles A. Bullock 


Superintendent, Warm Springs, Ga 


*2,300 


George N. Montgomery 

William S. Vincent 


Superintendent, Craig Brook, Me 


*2,200 


Superintendent, Edenton, N. C 


*2,200 


Adrian Q. Keesecker 


Superintendent, Erwin, Tenn 


*2, 200 


Chfford G. Corliss... 


Superintendent, Gloucester, Mass 


2,200 


Harry L. Canfleld 


Superintendent, La Crosse, Wis 


*2,600 


Clyde H. Van Atta 


Superintendent, Leadville, Colo 


*2,300 


Herman 0. Hesen, jr 


Superintendent, Louisville, Kv 


*2,200 


Dell Brown 


Superintendent, Mammoth Spring, Ark 

Superintendent, Manchester, Iowa 


Ky 

Md-... 
N. H... 
Mass... 
Miss... 

Va 

Ohio... 
Wash.. 

Me 

Mo 

Iowa... 
S. Dak. 
Oreg--- 

Pa 

W. Va.- 

Mass... 
N. H— 
Wash-. 
W. Va. 

Mass 

Calif.-. 
N. H— 
Wash.. 


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

2d 

6th.... 
1st-... 
9th-... 
13th..- 
3d 

3d 

15th... 
4th.... 
AtL.. 
1st.-., 
nth... 
3d 

14th..- 

2d 

1st 

2d 

14th... 

8th-..- 

2d 

2d 


*2,200 


Gilbert H. Gill 


*2,200 


James D. DeRocher... 


Superintendent, Nashua, N. H- 


*2,200 


William H. Thomas 


Superintendent, Neosho, Mo 


♦2,300 


Frank L. Snipes .. .. 


Superintendent, Northville, Mich 


*2, 200 


Samuel A. Scott 


Superintendent, Orangeburg, S. C- -- 


*2, 200 


David Davies... _. 


Superintendent, Put in Bay, Ohio 


*2,200 


Marcus S. Meyer 


Superintendent, Quinault, Wash. (Paget 

Sound). 
Superintendent, St. Johnsbury, Vt 


*2,100 


Albert H. Dinsmore 


•2, 500 


Owen N. Baldwin . 


Superintendent, San Marcos, Tex 


*2, 300 


Seth M. Ainsworth 


Superintendent, Saratoga, Wyo 


*2,300 


Dewitt C. Booth 


Superintendent, Spearfish, S. Dak 


*2,200 


Claudius Wallich 


Superintendent, Springville, Utah 


*2,300 


Charles R. Wiant 


Superintendent, Tupelo, Miss 


*2,200 


Edward M. Haynes 


Superintendent, White Sulphur Springs, 

W. Va. 
Superintendent, Woods Hole, Mass 


*2,300 


G. Raymond Hoflses 


*2, 300 


Charles B. Grater 


Superintendent, Wvtheville, Va 


*2,200 


Adolph T. Loofl 


Superintendent, Yes Bay, Alaska 


*2, 500 


Clarence F. Culler 


District Supervisor, fish rescue station, La 

Crosse, Wis. 
Supervisor fish cultural stations, Rocky 

Mountain region. 
Aquatic biologist, Stanford University, Calif- 
Agent, Alaska service, Seattle, Wash.. 


*3,600 


Frederic J. Foster ... 


3,500 


Willis H. Rich 


4,600 


Dennis Winn 


3,900 


James R. Russell 


Field superintendent, Seattle, Wash 


4,000 



' Also assistant director for reasearch and testing. 



Includes allowance for quarters furnished. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Lighthouses 



George R. Putnam 

Harold D. King 

H. B. Bowerman 

Edward C. Gillette... 

Walter P. Harman 

Charles J. Ludwig, jr. 



Lighthouse SeTvice 
Frederick C. Uingsburg.. 



Fred P. Dillon.. 

Thomas Flood 

Carl E. Sherman 

George E. Eaton 

Joseph T. Yates 

Irving L. GUI 

Lewis M. Hopkins 

Henry L. Beck 

William W. Demeritt 

Edward S. Lamphier 

Norman C. Manyon 

Roscoe House 

Charles A. Park 

Charles H. Hubbard 

Maj. Charles L. Hall, U. S. 

Army. 
Maj. Roger G. Powell, U. S. 

Army. 
Maj. John C. Gotwals, U. S. 

Army. 

Walter C. Dibrell... 

Ralph R. Tinkham 

Harry W. Rhodes 



Frederick A. Edgecomb. 
William E. Kline 



George C. Miller 

Coast and Geodetic Survey* 



Raymond S. Patton. 
Robert L. Faris 



Charles H. Dieck.. 

Frederick G. Robmette.. 

HughH. Hartley... 

Eugene Meads. 

William H. Deck 

Clarence C. Weidemann. 
William Bowie... 



Clem L. Garner 

William E. Parker. 
Harry A. Seran 



Frank S. Borden 

Francis G. Engle 

Richard R. Lukens. 



Commissioner 

Deputy commissioner 

Chief constructing engineer 

Superintendent of naval construction. 

Administrative assistant 

Chief cl.rk.... 



Superintendent at large (chief engineer, air- 
ways division). 

Superintendent at large 

Examiner at large 

Supfriutciident, 1st dist., Portland, Me 

SuiKTintriident, 2d dist., Boston, Mass 

Superintendent, 3d dist., Staten Island, N. Y. 
Superintendent, 4th dist., Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Superintendent, 5th dist., Baltimore, Md 

Superintendent, 6th dist., Charleston, S. C.. 

Superintendent, 7th dist., Key West, Fla 

Superintendent, 8th dist., New Olreans, La.. 

Superintendent, 9th dist., San Juan, P. R 

Superintendent, 10th dist., Buffalo, N. Y 

Superintendent, 11th dist., Detroit, Mich 

Superintendent, 12th dist., Milwaukee, Wis.. 
Superintendent, 13th dist., Rock Island, 111. . 

Superintendent, 14th dist., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Superintendent, 15th dist., St. Louis, Mo 



Superintendent, 16th dist., Ketchikan, Alaska 

Superintendent, 17th dist., Portland, Oreg 

Superintendent, 18th dist., San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Superintendent, 19th dist., Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Airways engineer, airways district office, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Airways engineer, airways district office. 

Fort Worth, Tex. 



Director 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant director. 
Chief clerk 

Mechanical superintendent- 

Chief, section of library and archives 

Chief, section of supplies and shipments 

Chief, section of personnel 

Editor 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of geodesy. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant chief, division of geodesy. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of hydrograpliy and topography. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant chief, division of hydrography and to- 
pography. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
section of field work. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
section of vessels and equipment. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
section of Coast Pilot. 



Iowa... 

Me 

Md.... 

Pa 

Vt 

Pa 



2d. 



N. Y... 

S. C... 

Pa 

Me..... 
Mass... 
N. Y... 
Wis.... 
Mass... 

Tex 

Fla..... 

La 

N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Wyo... 
Ill 



Tex 

Mich . . 
CaUf... 

Hawaii 

Nebr... 



Idaho. 



Ohio. 
Mo.. 



Ill 

D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C-. 
Md... 
D. C. 
Md... 



N. C... 
Mass... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

N. Y... 
Wash.. 



4th.. 
6th.. 
1st.. 
13th. 



18th... 

6th.... 

1st 

2d 

14th... 
8th.... 

4th 

12th... 
14th... 

1st 

2d 

23d.... 
36th... 

1st 

9th.... 



10th. 
1st.. 
7th.. 



21st. 
14th. 



14th... 



5th... 
Sth'.I^ 
4th... 



18th... 

19th... 
12th... 
1st 



$9, 000 
7,500 
6,000 
6,000 
4,400 
3,900 



7,000 

5,800 
6,000 
5,600 
6,000 
6,300 
5,600 
5, 600 
6,000 
5,400 
6,000 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
5,800 
W 

(») 

(«) 

6,200 
5,800 
6,000 

5,800 
5,200 

4,600 



« 

3,400 
2,800 
2,700 
2,700 
2,400 
2,700 
(0 

(') 
(') 
(') 

m 
(') 
(•) 



*The pay and allowances of commissioned officers of the Coast and Geodetic Survey are the same as for 
commissioned officers of the Navy with whom they hold relative rank (sec. 11, act May 18, 1920); see Navy 
Pay Tables in Appendix. 

5 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service with Bureau of Lighthouses; see Army Pay Tables 
in Appendix. 

^ Pay of rear admiral (lower half). 

' Pay of captain. 

* Pay of commander. 

» Pay of lieutenant commander. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continned 



Coast and Geodetic Surrey - 

Continued 

Leo C. Wilder-- 

Edwin H. Pagenhart --. 

Alfred M. Sobieralski 

George L. Flower 

Louis P. Keyser 

William F. Peabody..- 

Dudley P. Barnette, jr 

Harlan C. Allen 

Paul C. Whitney 

Harry A. Marmer 

Nicholas H. Heck 

Daniel L. Hazard 

Douglas L. Parkhurst 

James M. Qriflin 

Field Stations 

Raymond P. Eyman. -.. 

Jean H. Hawley -. 

Thomas J. Maher 

Robert F. Luce 

Harold A. Cotton 

Ray L. Schoppe 

Bureau of Navigation 

Arthur J. Tyrer 

William M. Lytle..- -. 

W. L. Turner- 

Shipping Service 

Elmer T. Hedrick 

E. B. Grant - 

Charles W. Matson 

John A. Rylander 

R. G. Dobbin - 

J. B. Lindhe. - 

F. C. Wiatt 

E. W. Voorhies 

E. L. Posey— 

A. R. Smith 

L. F. O'Brien 

L. Nichols - 

W. Maearthur 

F. M. Lathe 

Vessel Service, Enforcement of 
Navigation Laws 

A. Lincoln Dryden 

Steamboat Inspection Service 

Dickerson N. Hoover 

John G. Dudley 

A. E. Keyser 

John K. Bulger 

' Pay of captain. 
8 Pay of commander. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief 

of training section. 
Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 

division of charts. 
Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant chief, division of charts. 

Chief, section of cartography 

Chief, section of photography 

Chief, section of engraving 

Chief, section of printing , 

Chief, section of sales 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 

division of tides and currents. 
Assistant chief, division of tides and currents. 
Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of terrestrial magnetism and seis- 
mology. 
Assistant chief, division of terrestrial magnet- 
ism and seismology. 

Chief, division of instruments 

Chief, division of accounts 



Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, inspec- 
tor, Seattle. 

Hydrograpliic and geodetic engineer, direc- 
tor, Manila. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, inspec- 
tor, San Francisco. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, inspec- 
tor, Boston. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, inspec- 
tor. New York. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, inspec- 
tor. New Orleans. 



Commissioner 

Deputy commissioner 
Admeasurer of vessels. 



Shipping commissioner at Baltimore, Md 

Shipping commissioner at Boston, Mass 

Shipping commissioner at Galveston, Tex 

Shipping commissioner at Los Angeles, Calif 

Shipping commissioner at Mobile, Ala 

Shipping commissioner at New Orleans, La., 
Shipping commissioner at Newport News, Va 
Shipping commissioner at New York, N. Y"., 

Shipping commissioner at Norfolk, Va 

Shipping commissioner at Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Shipping commissioner at Portland, Me , 

Shipping commissioner at Providence, R. I., 
Shipping commissioner at San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Shipping commissioner at Seattle, Wash 



Senior navigation officer. 



Supervising Inspector General 

Deputy supervising inspector general 

Administrative assistant to the supervising 
inspector general. 

Supervising inspector, 1st dist., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 



Legal residence 



State 



Vt 

Minn.. 
N. Y... 



Ky..... 
D. C... 
D. C... 

Md.-.. 
Nebr.._ 
Calif— 



N.J... 
Pa-.-- 



R. I.. 



Mass... 
Ga-. 



Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 
N.J... 
Vt.... 



D. C. 
Ohio.. 
Va.... 



Md... 
Mass.. 
Tex... 
Calif.. 
Ala... 

La 

Va.-.. 
N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Pa.-.. 
Me.... 
R. I... 
Calif.. 

Wash. 



Md. 



Md... 
Va.... 
Ohio.. 



Calif... 



Cong, 
dist. 



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



2d.. 
2d.. 
6th. 



2d-.. 
13th. 



2d. 



2d- 
5th. 



12th. 
26th. 
10th- 
7th.- 
2d... 
2d.... 



14th. 
1st.. 



2d... 

nth. 

7th.. 
10th. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
2d... 
7th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 



1st 



1st 



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

nth... 

8th...- 



» Pay of lieutenant commander. 
10 Pay of lieutenant. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Steamboat Inspection Service- 
Continued 

John L. Crone 


Supervising inspector, 2d dist., New York, 

N. Y. 
Supervising inspector, 3d dist., Norfolk, Va.. 
Supervising inspector, 4th dist., St. Louis, Mo. 
Supervising inspector, 5th dist, Boston, Mass. 
Supervising inspector, 6th dist., Louisville, 

Ky. 
Supervising inspector, 7th dist., Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
Supervising inspector, 8th dist., Detroit, 

Mich. 
Superivising inspector, 9th dist., Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Supervising inspector, 10th dist., New Or- 
leans, La. 
Supervising inspector, 11th dist., Seattle, 

Wash. 

Commissioner 


N. J.... 

Va 

Mo 

N. J.... 
Tenn... 

Pa 

Mich... 
Ohio... 

Fla 

Calif.. - 

Md.... 
Mich... 

Va 

Mich... 
D. C .. 


6th.... 

2d 

11th... 

2d 

6th.... 

32d.... 

7th.... 

20th... 

2d 

4th.... 

6th.... 
6th.... 
8th.... 
7th.... 


$4,400 


Alexander 0. Calcott 


4,400 


Alvah 0. Day 


4,400 


Oscar O. Haines 


4,400 


George M. Green 


4,400 


Harry Layfleld 


4,400 


Frederick J. Meno 


4,400 


NUs B. Nelson 


4,400 


Cecil N. Bean 


4,400 


William Fisher 


4,400 


Patent Office 
Thomas E. Robertson 


9,000 


William A.. Kinnan 


First assistant commissioner 


7,500 


M. T. ;Moore 


-Assistant commissioner . 


7,000 


F. M. Hopkins 


do 


6,500 


James -\. Brearley 


Chief clerk.. 


5,600 


Albert W . Kaiser. 


Assistant chief clerk 


N. Y... 

Pa 

Mass... 
Mich... 

Mo 

Ohio... 
N. Y... 
W. Va. 
W. Va. 
Kans... 

Ill 

Va 

Kebr... 
Calif... 
Tenn... 

111 

Md- — 
Mass— 
N. J.... 
Calif... 
Mass... 
Tex.... 
Nebr... 
Va 

Pa 

Iowa... 

N. Y... 
Ill 

Mass... 

Nev 

Md..- 
P. R 


42d.... 
5th.... 
nth... 

2d 

12th... 
12th— 
34th... 
6th.... 

3d 

Sth..-. 
7th..-- 
10th... 

2d 

6th.— 
6th-... 
16th... 

3d 

2d 

8th.... 
10th... 

3d 

6th..- 

2d 

8th.... 

16th... 

7th.. . 

35th... 

2.3d...- 

5th.... 

At L.. 
5th-... 


3,500 


G. R. Ide 


Examiner in chief 


6,500 


W. L. Thtu-ber 


do . 


6,500 


Webster S. Ruckman 


do 


6, 500 


Frank C. Skinner 


do 


6,500 


W. L. Redrow 


-do 


6,500 


E. Landers. 


do 


6,500 


P. P. Pierce 


do 


6,500 


E. T. Morgan. 


- do 


6,500 


F. P. Edinburg 


do --- - 


6,500 


Theodore A. Hostetler 


Solicitor -- 


6,500 


Robert F. Whitehead. 




5,600 


Q. P. Tucker 


do 


5,600 


H. S. Aliller 


do - - 


5,600 


Charles H. Pierce 


Examiner of classification 


5,600 


H. I. Houston 


Examiner of Interferences (patents) 


5,600 


I. P. Disney 


do 


5,600 


H. H. Jacobs 


do - . - 


5, 600 




Examiner of interferences (trade-marks) 

Examiner of trade-marks 


5, 600 


F. A. Richmond 


5,600 


H. C. Armstrong 


Supervisor 


5, 800 


E. S. Glascock 

C. L. Wolcott 


do - 

-do 


5,600 
5,600 


J. H. Liehtfoot 


do 


.'),600 


In Charge of Examining 
Diiisioyis 
F. A. Loeffler (div. 1). 


Principal examiner, tilbpe, fences, gates, 
handling and hoist line implements, plants, 
closure operators. 

Principal examiner, bee culture, dairy, 
presses, tobacco, animal husbandry, fishing 
and trapping, velocipedes. 

Principal examiner, metal founding, metal- 
lurgy. 

Principal examiner, conveyors, excavating, 
handling devices, and hoists. 

Principal examiner, harvesters, music, 
acoustics, soimd recording. 

Principal examiner, carbon chemistry 

Principal examiner, optics, photography 

Principal examiner, beds, chairs, racks, cabi- 
nets, kitchen end table articles. 

Principal examiner, pumps, fluid ciu^rent and 
hydraulic motors, turbines. 

Principal examiner, motor vehicles, land ve- 
hicles, animal draft appliances. 

Principal examiner, leather working, shoe- 
making, harness, buttons, eyelets, and 
rivet setting, nailing and stapling. 

Princinal examiner, machine element': 


5,600 


C. F. Hnden (div. 2) 


5,6t0 


A. Lindsey (div. 3) 


5,600 

5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
5,600 
5,600 


A. D. Merritt (div. 4) 


J. F. McNab (div. 5). 


A. M. Lewers (div. 6) 


C. G. Jarboe (div. 7) 


F. L. Adams (div. 8) 


R. E. .-Vdams (div. 9). 


111 - 

S. C— . 
D. C-.. 


22d.... 
2d 


5,600 
5,600 
."S, 600 


O. F. Hunter (div. 10) 


E. V. Benham (div. 11) 


C. C. Henry (div. 12) 


Tenn... 
Mich... 
Mo 


2d 

10th... 
11th... 


5 600 


J. W. Clift (div. 13) 


Principal examiner, metal working 


5,600 


N. J. Brumbaugh (div. 14) 


Principal examiner, sheet metal and wire 
working, metal bending. 


5,600 



100 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Wash.. 


1st.... 


Md.... 
Kans... 


3d 

1st.... 


Ohio... 


14th... 


Kans... 


7th.... 


Mich... 


6th.... 


Mass... 
Pa 


3d 

19th... 


D. C .. 




Nebr... 


4th.... 


Nebr... 


5th.... 


Md..... 


4th.... 


Wash.. 


2d 


lU 


2d 


D. C 




Ind.... 


7th..-. 


Mo 

Ohio... 


7th.... 
21st... 


Mass. . 
Iowa.— 


nth... 

3d 


Md.... 


6th.... 


Ohio... 


21st... 


D. C 




Wis.... 


5th.... 


Conn.. 


1st 


Va 

N. Y... 


10th... 
26th... 


Wis 

Md.... 


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


Md.... 


6th.... 


N. Y... 


36th... 


Va 


8th.... 


Mass... 


5th.... 


Minn.. 


5th.... 


Wis.... 


1st 



Patent Office — Continued 

In Charge of Examining Divi 
sio7!5— Continued 

L. W. Worrell (div. 15) 

C. J. Spencer (div. 16) 

O. S. Rafter (div. 17). 

M. E. Porter (div. 18) 

A. S. Hull (acting) (div. 19)... 

S. D. Grove (div. 20) 

T. J. Thompson (div. 21) 

J. H. Colwell (div. 22) 

W. D. Groesbeck (div. 23) 

C. O. Duras (div. 24).- 

C. r. Blakely (div. 25) 



J. S. Hodges (div. 26)... 
L. S. Anderson (div. 27). 

A. R. Benson (div. 28).. 

B. N. Morris (div. 29)... 
J. L. Shipman (div. 30).. 



W. N. Holmes (div. 31).. 

J. A. Bartholomew (div. 32) 



W. I. Wyman (div. 33).. 
G. R. Simpson (div. 34). 



E. C. RejTiolds (div. 35). 
Q. L. Morton (div. 36)... 
M. E. Weaver (div. 37).. 
C. F. Kraflt (div. 38) 



A. W. Cowles (div. 39). 



J.J. Oberlin (div. 40).... 
M.L. Whitney (div. 41). 



H. O. Cutting (div. 42). 
P. M. Nash , 



C. H. Shaffer (div. 44). 
A.H.Giles (div. 45)... 

M. Taylor (div. 46) 



H. Barker (div. 47) 

O. B. Roepke (div. 48).. 
E. L. Sheffield (div. 49). 



Principal examiner, glass, plastics, plastic 
block apparatus. 

Principal e.xaniiner, telegraphy, telephony 

Principal examiner, printing, ornamentation, 
paper manufactures and handling. 

Principal examiner, expansible chamber 
motors, power plants, speed re.sponsive 
devices. 

Principal examiner, stoves and furnaces, 
heating systems, fuel burners. 

Principal examiner, hardware, locks, safes, 
undertaking, closure fasteners. 

Principal examiner, cloth finishing, textiles... 

Principal examiner, aeronautics, ammunition 
and guns, boats and ships. 

Principal examiner, recorders, registers.. 

Principal examiner, apparel, apparel appa- 
ratus, garment supporters, sewing ma- 
chines. 

Principal examiner, agitating, butchering, 
centrifugal-bowl separators, classifying 
solids, mills, threshing, vegetable cutters. 

Principal examiner, electricity, generation 
and motive power. 

Principal examiner, brushing and scrubbing, 
laundry, washing apparatus. 

Principal examiner, internal-combustion 
engines. 

Principal examiner, woodworking, tools, 
compound tools. 

Principal examiner, illuminating burners, 
illumination, thermostats, temperature 
and humidity regulation. 

Principal examiner, industrial chemistry 

Principal examiner, gas and liquid contact 
apparatus, heat exchange, gas separations. 

Principal examiner, buildings, bridges, roads. 

Principal examiner, railways, store service, 
fenders, pneumatic dispatches. 

Principal examiner, buckles, buttons, clasps, 
advertising, signals, toilet. 

Principal examiner, geometrical and measur- 
ing instruments, weighers. 

Principal examiner, circuit makers and 
breakers. 

Principal examiner, mining and quarrying, 
stone working, wells, hydraulic and earth 
engineering. 

Principal examiner, fluid pressure, regulators, 
valves, water distribution. 

Principal examiner, receptacles 

Principal examiner, wheels and axles, wheel 
substitutes, resilient tires and wheels, rail- 
way draft appliances. 

Principal examiner, electric signaling 

Principal examiner, dentistry, medicines, 
surgery, artificial limbs, baths and closets, 
sewerage. 

Principal examiner, dispensing, filling recep- 
tacles, refrigeration. 

Principal examiner, pulleys and shafting, lu- 
brication, bearings, and spring devices. 

Principal examiner, fluid sprinkling, fire 
extinguishing, liquid vaporizers, concentra- 
tors. 

Principal examiner, brakes, clutches, motors, 
power-stop control. 

Principal examiner, electricity, general appli- 
cations. 

Principal examiner, check-controlled devices, 
driers, domestic cooking vessels, liquid 
purification, ventilation. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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




Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Patent OfBce — Continued 

In Charge of Examining Divi- 
sions—Continued 



C. L. Blake (div. 50)„. 
C. D. Backus (div. 51). 
M. K. Knotts (div. 52). 



M. K. P;ck (div. 53). 



W. E. Waite (div. 54). 
S. T. Bowen (div. 55). 
F.J. Porter (div. 56).. 



G. D. G. Nicholson (div. 57). 

E. F. Dowell (div. 58) 

V. I. Richards (div. 59) 

R. L. Glass (div. 60) 

G. E. Parks (div. 61) 

W. W. Cochran (div. 62) 

A. H. Winkelstein (div. 63).. 



Chiefs of Divisions 

A. C. Cosdon 

J. Hans 

W. H. Ourand... 

W. B. Magruder 1. 

David E. Wilson 

H. C. Crew 

A. L. Pope 

William Friess... 

Finis D. Monis 

E. W. Chapin 

Bureau of Mines 

Scott Turner 

Joseph H. Hedges 

John D. Secrest 

Georges. Rice 

Technologic Branch 

Ozni P. Hood... 

Harry C. Fowler 

Roscoe A. Cattell 

Charles W. Wright 

Arno C. Fieldner 

Reginald S. Dean 

Charles E. Munroe 



Principal examiner, plastic and coating com- 
positions, coating. 

Principal examiner, radiant energy, wave 
transmission. 

Principal examiner, supports, joint packing, 
pipe and rod joints or couplings, chucks, 
and tool handle fastenings. 

Principal examin?r, stationery, education, 
printed matter, tents and canopies, cur- 
tains, shades, and screens. 

Principal examiner, electric lamps, conduc- 
tors, tubes, and special ray devices. 

Principal examiner, bread, pastry, and con- 
fection making; cutlery; designs. 

Principal examiner, electrochemistry, paper 
making, substance preparation, and lami- 
nated fabric. 

Principal examiner, cutting and punching, 
jewelry, bolt, nail, nut, rivet, screw, chain, 
staple, and hoiseshoe making, nut and bolt 
locks, driven and screw fastenings. 

Principal examiner, abrading and typewrit- 
ing. 

Principal examiner, inorganic chemistry, al- 
cohol, fuel, hides, skins, and leather. 

Principal examiner, electric heating and weld- 
ing, batteries, resistances and rheostats, 
prime-mover dynamo plants, electric con- 
duits and housings. 

Principal examiner, elevators, pushing and 
pulling, winding and reeling, fire escapes, 
ladders, scaffolds, railway-mail delivery, 
horology, and time-controlling mechanism. 

Principal examiner, toys, amusement devices, 
furniture, baggage and package, and article 
carriers. 

Principal examiner, bleaching and dyeing, 
oils, fats, and glue, preserving, sugar, starch, 
and carbohydrates, explosive, pyrotechnic, 
and match composition. 



Chief, application division 

Chief, issue and gazette division 

Chief, draftsman's division 

Chief, assignment division _ 

Chief, manuscript and lithograph division 

Chief, publications, division 

Chief, mails and files division 

Chief, docket division 

Financial clerk 

Librarian 



(Chief 

\Chief engineer, mechanical division. 
Acting chief engineer, petroleum and natural 

gas division. 
Chief engineer, helium division ' Okla. 



Mass... 
N. Y... 
W. Va. 

Nebr... 

Wis... 
Miss.. 
N. Y.. 

Va 



Va... 
D. C. 
Pa... 



Director Mich. 

Assistant to the director Mich. 

Chief clerk 111. 

Chief mining engineer 111. 



Ohio.. 

Mont. 

N. Y.. 



Va 

N. Y... 

Va 

D. C... 

Pa 

Md.... 
D. C... 
D. C... 
D. C... 
Mich... 



11th... 
15th... 
1st.--. 

5th.... 

3d 

6th.... 
37th... 

8th.... 
8th. 



31st.. 

20th.. 

AtL.. 
35th... 



8th.. 
28th. 
1st.. 



30th. 

4th.. 



6th.... 



Chief engineer, mining division 

Chief engineer, experiment stations division.. 

Chief engineer, metallurgical division 

Chief engineer, explosives division 




$5,600 
5,600 
5,600 

5,000 

5,600 
5,600 
5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
5,600 
5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
5,600 



3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,400 
3,100 
3,000 
3,000 
2,800 
3,200 
4,600 



9,000 
6,400 
3,600 
6,000 



7,000 
5,000 

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



102 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Mines — Continued 
Technologic Bkanch— Con. 

Fieid Stations 

Harry F. Yancey 

Henry H. Storcli 

Will H. Coghill... 

Clifford W. Seibel 

Eugene D. Gardner 

Thomas L. Joseph 

Bennie W. Gaudrud 

Edmund S. Leaver.. 

Dorsey A. Lyon 

Charles G. Maier 

Nicholas A. C. Smith 

George St. J. Perrott 

Field Offices 

Clifford P. Bowie. 

Everett P. Hayes 

Harry B. Hill 

Joseph W. Home 

Harold P. Rue 

Benjamin D. Stewart 



Economics Branch 

Charles P. White 

Frank J. Katz 

Paul M. Tyler 

Edward B. Swanson 

Carl E. Julihn 

Field Offices 

John P. Dunlop 

Clarence N. Gerry 

Charles W. Henderson... 

Victor C. Heikes 

Health and Safety Branch 

Royd R. Sayers 

Daniel Harrington 

Field Offices 

Simon H. Ash 

Frank E. Cash 

Edward H. Denny 

John J. V. Forbes... 

Frank S. Crawford 

Charles A. Herbert 

Dorsey J. Parker 

Frank V. Meriwether.. 

Arthur L. Murray 

Administrative Branch 

Joseph H. Hedges 

John A. Davis 

John D. Secrest 



Acting supervising engineer, Seattle, Wash... 
Supervising engineer. New Brunswick, N. J.. 

Supervising engineer, Rolla, Mo 

Supervising engineer, Amarillo, Tex 

Supervising engineer, Tucson, Ariz 

Supervising erfgineer, Minneapolis, Minn 

Acting supervising engineer, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Supervising engineer, Reno, Nev 

Supervising engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Supervising engineer, Berkeley, Calif 

Supervising engineer, Bartlesville, Okla 

Supervising engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa 



Supervising engineer, San Francisco, Calif 
Supervising engineer, Carlsbad, N. Mex.. 

Supervising engineer, Dallas, Tex 

Supervising engineer, Boulder, Colo 

Supervising engineer, Laramie, Wyo 

Supervising engineer, in charge of Alaskan 

work (by courtesy of Geological Survey, 

Department of the Interior). 



Wash. 
N. Y.. 

Okla.. 
Tex... 
Ariz... 
Minn. 
Ala... 
Nev... 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Okla.. 
Pa.... 



fChief 

\Head of coal division 

Chief engineer, mineral statistics division 

Chief engineer, rare metals and nonmetals 

division. 
Acting chief economist, petroleum economics 

division. 
Chief engineer, common metals division 



Supervising statistician, Joplin, Mo 

Supervising statistician. Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Supervising engineer, Denver, Colo 

Supervising engineer, San Francisco, Calif... 



f Chief ., 

\Chief surgeon, health division. 
Chief engineer, safety division. 



Engineer in charge, Berkeley, Calif 

Engineer in charge, Birmingham, Ala 

Engineer in charge, Denver, Colo 

Supervising engineer, instruction section, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Engineer in charge, Duluth, Minn 

Supervising engineer, Vincennes, Ind.. 

Supervising engineer. Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Acting assistant surgeon. Richer, Okla 

Acting assistant surgeon. Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 



Chief (also assistant to the director) 

Chief engineer, information division 

Head, olDce administration division (also 
chief clerk) . 



Calif. 
Mich. 
Calif. 
Colo.. 
Okla.. 



}va. 



Wis... 

Mass.. 



Wash. 
Calif.. 



Calif. 
Utah. 



Colo- 
Utah. 



Utah. 



Wash. 
Va.... 
Colo.. 



Pa.... 
Ind... 
Calif.. 



Alaska. 



1st... 
11th.. 
1st... 
12th.. 
At L. 
5th... 
6th... 
At L. 
8th... 
6th... 
1st... 
35th.. 



6th-.. 
3d.... 
7th... 
2d.-.. 
1st... 



2d.-. 

5th.. 
14th. 



3d... 
6th.. 



$3,800 
5,600 
5,200 
5,600 
5,200 
5,000 
3,800 
4,800 
6,000 
5,000 
5,800 
6,000 



5,000 
3,400 
5,000 
3,300 
4,600 



5th. 
2d.- 



ist.. 
2d... 



2d... 

10th. 
1st.. 
35th. 

11th. 
2d... 
6th.., 



6,400 

5,200 
5,600 

4,800 

5,600 



3,700 
4,200 



4,600 
4,600 



(12) 

6,200 



4,000 
4,400 
4,800 
5,200 

3,400 
4,800 
5,000 

(12) 
(12) 



5,200 



^2 Pay of grade, detailed from Public Health Service. 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 



SECRETARY 

JAMES J. DAVIS, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State C°°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 

Robe Carl White 

W. W. Husband 

Peter F. Snyder 

William H. Smelser 

John C. Meikle 

Samuel J. Gompers 

Jesse C. Watts 

John R. Demorest 

Shelby Smith 

Robert C. Starr 

Laura A. Thompson 



The Assistant Secretary 

Second Assistant Secretary . 

Assistant to the Secretary 

do 

Private secretary to the Secretary 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Assistant chief clerk 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of publications and supplies. 

Appointment clerk 

Librarian 



Conciliation Service 



Hugh L. Kerwin 

Edward J. Cunningham. 



Director of Conciliation. 
Executive clerk 



Bureau of Labor Statistics 



Ethelbert Stewart... 
Charles E. Baldwin. 
J. C. Bowen 

Hugh S. Hanna 

Florence E. Parker.. 
Mary T. Waggaman. 



Commissioner of Labor Statistics- 
Assistant commissioner 

Chief statistician. 

Chief editor _ 

Associate editor 

do 



Grace F. Felker ' Associate editor and economist. 

Boris Stern i Industrial economist 

C. A. Bell Economist 

R. S. Billups I do 

Newton C. Adams do 

Ijucian W. Chaney do 

Leroy M. Harrison... \ do 

George H. Loudenslager. } do 

P. H. Moncure 1 do. 

Swen Kjaer I do 

Anice L. Whitney. I Assistant economic analyst 



Bureau of Immigration 

Harry E. Hull j Commissioner General of Immigration 

George J. Harris ! Assistant Commissioner General 

Irving F. Wixon I Chief supervisor 

Edward J. Shaughnessy .-| Assistant to Commissioner General 

William H. Wagner 1 do 

Albert R. Archibald ' Supervisor 

William F. Watkins do 

L. Paul Winings Chairman, Board of Review 

Joseph Savoretti Member, Board of Review 

Thomas O. Finucane do 

Francis J. Phillips ...do 

G. Warren Stilson do 

Howard D. Ebey Chief, Chinese division 

Bert R. Landes Chief, accounts and personnel division 

John Crown Chief, deportation division 

William A. Reilly... Chief, warrant division 

Joseph J. Kunna Chief, statistical division 

J. Louis Bixler... Chief, permit division 

Daniel M. McGrath Chief, correspondence and appeals section- 
Rosa B. Fisher... i Chief, visa section 

August Werner ...| Chief, mail and flies division 



Ind.. 
Vt... 
Wash. 
Kans. 
Pa... 
N. Y. 
Del.. 
Mich. 
Pa... 
S. C. 
IlL... 

Pa... 

Mass- 



111 

lowa.- 
Mich.. 
Md... 
Minn. 
D. C. 
Calif.. 
N. Y.. 

Ga 

Ky.... 
N. Y.. 
Minn. 
Conn. 
Minn. 
Va.... 
Tenn.. 
N. Y.. 



lowa.- 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 
Mass.. 
Mass.. 
Md... 
Greg.. 

Ill 

N. Y.. 
D. C 
N. Y.. 
Wis... 
Mont. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Mich.. 
Pa.... 
Va.... 
Wis... 
N.J... 



8th.. 
2d... 
3d... 
4th.. 
36th. 
23d.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
1st.. 



15th. 
5th.. 



19th. 
4th.. 
3d... 
6th.. 
5th.. 



6th.. 
nth. 
2d... 
9th.. 
34th. 
3d... 
2d... 
9th.. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
22d.. 



2d.. 

7th_... 

9th. 

14th... 

11th.. 

2d.... 

3d.... 

19th.. 

8th... 



27th 
8th. 

1st 

2d.... 
8th... 
5th... 
4th... 
17th.. 
8th... 
3d.... 
8th... 

103 



$9, 000 
9,000 
5,600 
5,600 
3,800 
5,600 
3,300 
3,400 
3,300 
3,200 
4,600 



7,500 
3,300 



8,500 
6,500 
5, 600 
5, 000 
3,300 
2,700 
2,900 
3,800 
3,300 
4,000 
3,300 
3,200 
3,000 
3,000 
2,900 
2,800 
2,900 



8,500 
6,000 
6,000 
4,800 
4,800 
5,200 
4,600 
4,800 
3,200 
3,300 
3,200 
3,200 
4,800 
3,300 
3,200 
3,200 
2,800 
2,600 
2,700 
2,300 
2,300 



104 



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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


C ora- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Bureau of Immigration — Contd. 

Immigration Service 
Harry R. Landis . 


Commissioner of immigration, district 1, 

Montreal, Canada. 
District director, district 2, Portland, Me.... 
Commissioner of immigration, district 3, 

Boston, Mass. 
Commissioner of immigration, district 4, 

New York (Ellis Island). 

District director, district 5, Buffalo, N. Y 

Commissioner, district 6, Gloucester, N. J... 
District director, district 7, Pittsburgh, Pa... 
Commissioner of immigration, district 8, 

Baltimore, Md. 

District director, district 9, Norfolk, Va 

District director, district 10, Jacksonville, Fla. 
District director, district 11, Detroit, Mich... 
District director, district 12, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

District director, district 13, Atlanta, Ga 

District director, district 14, Chicago, 111 

District director, district 15, St. Louis, Mo... 
Commissioner of immigration, district 17, 

Orleans, La. 
District director, district 18, Grand Forks, 

N. Dak. 
District director, district 19, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
District director, district 20, Omaha, Nehr... 
District director, district 21, Kansas City, Mo. 
District director, district 22, San Antonio, 

Tex. 
District director, district 23, Helena, Mont... 
District director, district 24, Denver, Colo... 

District director, district 25, El Paso, Tex 

District director, district 26, Spokane, Wash. 
District director, district 27, Salt Lake City.. 
Commissioner of immigration, district 28, 

Seattle, Wash. 
District director, district 29, Portland, Oreg.. 
Commissioner of immigration, district 30, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
District director, district 31, Los Angeles, 

Calif. 
District director, district 32, Ketchikan, 

Alaska. 
Commissioner of immigration, district 33, 

San Juan, P. R. 
District director, district 34, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. 
District director, district 35, Galveston, Tex.. 

Chief 


Ohio... 

Mass... 
Mass... 

N. Y... 

N. Y... 
Pa 


12th... 

1st.... 
3d 

19th... 

41st... 


$5, 600 


Samuel H. Howes 


3,800 


Anna C. Tillinghast 


5,600 


Benjamin M. Day . 


7,000 


Arthur J. Karnuth 


5,600 




5,600 


William H. Marshall... _. 


Md.... 
Md-... 

Pa 

Tex 

N. Y.- 
Ohio--- 

111 

Iowa-.. 
Mo..._ 
La 


5th.... 
5th.... 

2d 

6th.... 
36th... 
18th... 
19th... 
llth... 
10th— 


3,800 


Thomas B. R. Mudd 


5,600 


Edwin B. Schmucker 


4,000 


Thomas V. Kirk 


5,600 


John L. Zurbrick. . 


5,600 




3,500 


J. Arthur Fluckey 


3,800 


Shirlev D. Smith . 


4,600 




3,800 


William W. Tuttle 


5,600 


Olaf B. Holton. 


N. Dak. 

N.Y... 

Colo... 
N.Y... 
Ill 

Mont.. 

Ariz 

Tex.-.. 
Wash.. 
Mont.. 
Wash.. 

Oreg... 
Calif... 

Wis.... 

Mo 

P. R... 


3d 

21st..- 

24 th... 
18th... 
21st... 

1st.... 

1st 

13th... 

1st 

1st 

2d 

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

6th.— 

7th.... 


4,600 


Charles W. Seaman .. 


3,500 


Frank Hays, jr 


3,500 


Otto W. Munster . ... 


3,800 


William A. Whalen 


5,600 


Charles K. Andrews 

William R. Mansfield 


3,500 
3,500 


Grover C. Wilmoth 

C. Alfred Palmer 


5,600 
4,800 


Alfred Hampton 


3,500 


Luther Weedin . 


6,000 


Kaphael P. Bonham 


4,600 


John D. Nagle 


6,000 


Walter E. Carr 


5,600' 


William Q. Strench 


4,600 




5,600 


Alfred E. Burnett 


Tex.-.. 
Ky 

Nebr... 
Wis.... 
Mass... 

Pa 

D. C.-. 


12th... 
3d 

5th.... 

3d 

9th.... 
10th— 


5,600 


James B. Bryan 

Cliildren's Bureau 

Grace Abbott 


4,600 
7,500 




Assistant to the chief .. . 


6,200 


Ellen N Matthews 


Director, industrial division 


4,800 


Isabelle Mott Hopkins 




4,800 


Senior administrative assistant (chief clerk). . 

Medical officer (director, maternal and in- 
fancy division). 

Specialist in maternal and infant hygiene, 
New Haven, Conn. 


3,200 


Blanche M. Haines . 


Mich-. 

Conn.. 

Ind.... 
Mass... 
Idaho.. 
Mo 

D. C... 


4th--. 

4th— 
8th--. 

1st 

19th... 


5,200 


Martha M. Eliot 

Elizabeth C. Tandy 


4,800 
4,800 


Alice Channing 


Associate director, industrial division 


3,200 
3,400 


Agnes K. Hanna 


do 


4,800 


Bureau of Naturalization 


Commissioner of Naturalization 


8,500 






D. C... 




7,000 


Ernest E. Salisbury- 


Chief clerk and administrative assistant 


Conn. - 
Oreg.-. 

Pa 

Md-... 
Utah... 


3d 

3d 

13th... 
6th.... 
2d 


3,700 


Henry B. Hazard 


4,800 


J H. Wagner .. 


Chief, visa and certificate of arrival division.. 
Chief, division of accounts and appointments. 
Chief, legal division 


3,700 


William L. Soleau 

Leigh L. Ncttleton 


3,500 
4. COO 



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105 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



Bureau of Naturalization — 

Continued 



Naturalization Service 



Henry Nicolls 

Merton A. Sturges.. 
John C. F. Gordon. 

Jesse Thomas 

L. N. Kilman 

W. M. Ragsdale-... 

Paul Q. Werner 

O. T. Moore 

Walter A. Kiefer 

Howard L. Field.... 

F. J. Schlotfeldt 

Thomas S. Griffing. 
Qrover C. Warren.. 
James P. Greeley... 

A. H. Bode 

C. A. Ramsev 

Charles F. Tucker.. 

Del L. Sullivan 

P. J. Phillips 

John Speed Smith.. 
V. W. Thomlinson. 

Paul Armstrong 

Frederick Jones 



Women's Bureau 



Mary jVnderson 

Agnes L. Peterson. 

Ethel L. Best 

Caroline Manning. 
Anne Larrabee 



Employment Service 



Francis I. Jones 

Alma D. Lewis 

William Henry Davies. 

George W. Ilarsch 

Ruel G. Phelps 



.\gatha E. Diek 

Walter C. Conroy 

Edward I. Bolton. 

Ralph B. Powers 

Richard T. Jones 

Charles E. Wintersmith. 
Quince Record 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Bureau of Industrial Housing 
and Transportation (U. S. 
Housing Corporation) 



Lula T. Andrews 

Thomas W. O'Brien. 

A. S. Ness 

C. H. Gerner 

J. J. Leonard... 

A. D. Monteath 



Director, district 1, Boston, Mass... 

Director, district 2, New York, N. Y 

Director, districts, Philadelphia, Pa 

Director, district 4, Washington, D. C 

Director, district 5, Bufl'alo, N. Y 

Director, district 6, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Director, district 7, Cleveland, Ohio 

Director, districts, Detroit, Mich 

Director, district 9, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Director, district 10, Birmingham, .Ma 

Director, district 11, Chicago, 111 

Director, district 12, St. Louis, Mo 

Director, district 13, New Orleans, La 

Director, district 14, St. Paul, Minn 

Director, district 15, Omaha, Nebr. 

Director, district 16, Kansas City, Mo 

Director, district 17, Fort Worth, Tex 

Director, district 18, Denver, Colo 

Director, district 19, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Director, district 20, Seattle, Wash. 

Director, district 21, Portland, Oreg 

Director, district 22, San Francisco, Calif... 
Director, district 23, Los Angles, CaliL 



Director. 

Assistant director 

Industrial supervisor. 

do 

Chief clerk 



Director General 

Assistant Director General 

Director, industrial information division. 

Chief clerk 

Assistant chief clerk 



Superintendent D. C. oflfice 

Director district 1, Boston, Mass 

Director, district 2, New York, N. Y 

Director, district 3, Chicago, 111 

Director, district 4, Minneapolis, Minn.. 
Director, districts 6 and 7, Louisville, Ky 
Director, district 8, Denver, Colo 



President 

Vice president 

Accountant and auditor. 

do 

Auditor 

Secretary-treasurer 



Legal residence 



State 



Mass.. 
Minn. 
Calif-. 
N.J... 
N.Y.- 
Ky.... 
Pa.... 
Mass.. 
Ohio.. 

Ga 

Nebr.. 
Minn. 
Tenn. 
Minn. 
Colo.. 
Kans.. 
Tex... 
Idaho. 
Oreg.. 
Ky.... 
Oreg.. 
Utah.. 
Cahf.. 



Ill 

Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Minn. 
D. C. 



N.J... 

Ill 

Pa.... 
Ohio.. 
D. C. 



Ind... 
Mass.. 
N. Y.. 

Ill 

Minn. 
Ky.... 
Colo.. 



Nebr. 
Pa... 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Vt... 
N. C. 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th.. 
8th.. 
3d... 
5th.. 
40th. 
4th.. 
29th. 
11th. 
3d... 
5th.. 
3d... 
4th.. 



4th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
12th. 
st... 
2d... 
8th.. 
3d... 
1st.. 
7th.. 



9th.. 
4th.. 
2.')th. 
5th.. 



3d. 



7th.. 
2d... 



12th. 
8th.. 
7th.. 
11th. 
8th. _ 
5th.. 
1st.. 



2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
17th- 
1st.. 
10th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,600 
6,500 
5,600 
3,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,000 
4,800 
4,000 
3,800 
5,800 
4,800 
3,800 
4.800 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
4,800 
4,000 
4,800 
4,800 



7,000 
5,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,200 



6,400 
4,600 
3,400 
3,300 
2,600 

3,000 
3,200 
3,700 
3,200 
3,700 
3,300 
3,700 



5,000 
4,900 
3,600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 



119539—30- 



MISCELLANEOUS 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Frank McManamy 

Balthasar H. Meyer 

Clyde B. Aitchison 

Joseph B. Eastman 

Ernest I. Lewis 

Ezra Brainerd, jr 

Claude R. Porter 

Patrick J. Farrell 

William E. Lee 

Hugh M. Tate 

Charles D. Mahaffie'.. 

George B. McGintv 

Thomas xV. Oillis 

John B. Switzer 

A. H. Laird, jr 

Guy L. Seaman 

Alexander Wvlie 

•Oliver E. Sweet i 

Ulysses Butler 

Ar ja Morgan 

William II. Bonneville^ 
Daniel W. Knowlton... 
Alonzo G. Pack 



Commissioner, Chairman. 

Commissioner 

do... .-. 



.do. 
.do- 
.do- 



-do- 
.do_ 
.do. 
.do. 



Wilfred P. Borland. 
William P. Bartel... 

Max O. Lorenz 

W. V. Hardie 

Charles F. Staples.. 



do- 
Secretary 

Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk and personnel officer 

Purchasing agent 

Disbursing clerk 

Director, Bureau of Accounts 

Director, Bureau of Finance 

Chief examiner, Bureau of Formal Cases 

Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases 

Director, Bureau of Inquiry 

Cliief counsel. Bureau of Law 

Chief inspector, Bureau of Locomotive In- 
spection. 
Chief inspector (director). Bureau of Safety. 

Director, Bureau of Service 

Director, Bureau of Statistics 

Director, Bureau of Traffic. 

Director, Bureau of Valuation 



D.C... 

Wis 

Greg... 
Mass... 
Ind.... 
Okla... 
Iowa... 
D. C... 
Idaho.. 
Tenn.. 
D. C... 

Ga 

Pa 

Md.... 
X.J.__. 

Mo 

111 

S. Dak. 

Pa 

Pa 

Idaho. - 
Conn.- 
Colo.-- 

Wash.. 

Wis 

Wis.... 
Okla... 
Minn.. 



9th.. 
3d... 
13th. 
7th.. 
2d... 
7th.. 



6th.... 
21st... 
6th-... 

3d 

10th... 
9th.... 

3d 

31st... 
10th-.. 

1st 

4th.-.. 
2d 

3d 

7th.... 

3d 

5th.... 
3d 



$12, 000 
12,000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12, 000 
9,000 
5,200 
5,200 
3,300 
3,600 
9,000 
10, 000 
9,000 
5,600 
6, 500 
10, 000 
7,500 

7,500 
9,000 
9,000 
10, 000 
10, 000 



' Appointment effective Sept. 2. 

UNITED STATES BOARD OF MEDIATION 

The United States Board of Mediation was organized under the provisions of Public Act No. 257, Sixty- 
ninth Congress, approved May 20, 1920, entitled, "An act to provide for the prompt disposition of disputes 
between carriers and their employees, and for other purposes," known as the Railway Labor .\ct. It is 
an independent agency in the executive branch of the Government and is composed of five members, 
appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The board maintains its 
principal office in the District of Columbia, but it may m.eet at any other place. The Railway Labor Act 
applies to express companies, sleeping-car companies, and carriers by railroad subject to the interstate 
commerce act, provides that such carriers, their officers, agents, and employees shall exert every reasonable 
effort to make and maintain agreements concerning rates of pay, rules, and working conditions, and to 
settle all disputes whether arising out of the application of such agreements or otherwise. All disputes 
between a carrier and its employees shall be considered in conference between representatives designated 
and authorized so to confer, respectively, by the carriers and by the employees thereof interested in the 
dispute. 



Samuel E. Winslow 

Oscar B. Colquitt 

G. Wallace W. Hanger. 

Edwin P. Morrow 

John Williams 

George A. Cook 

Harrison H. Reed 

Ralph B. Bronson. 

Mitchel D. Lewis 



Member, chairman. 

Member 

do 



do 

do.. 

Secretary 

Chief, technical and statistical division. 

Chief, administrative division 

Assistant secretary and bookkeeper 



Mass... 

Tex 

D. C... 
Ky..... 
Calif... 

lU 

Ill 

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



2d... 
10th. 

39th. 
6th.. 



107 



$12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12,000 
6,500 
5,600 
4,600 
3,200 



108 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Officers of the Board 



T. V. O'Connor.. 

Edward C. Plummer. 

Jefferson Myers 

Roland K. Smith 

Albert H. Denton 

Hutch I. Cone 

Samuel S. Sandberg... 

Samuel Qoodacre 

Heber M. Wells 

Chauncey Q. Parker.. 

George Parson 

A. L. Lansdale... 

W. B. Castonguay 

J. L. Ackerson 

O. P. M. Brown 

A. H. Haag... 

C. O. Arthur 

E. J. Skidmore 

M. J. Pierce 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman. 

Commissioner 

do 



do 

do... 

do 

Secretary 

Disbursing officer 

General Counsel 

Director, Bureau of Operations 

Acting director, Bureau of Traffic- 
Director, Bureau of Finance 

Director, Bureau of Construction. 

Director, Bureau of Law 

Director, Bureau of Research 

Director, Bureau of Regulation 

Chief personnel officer 

Chief clerk 



N. Y. . 

Me 

Oreg... 

La 

Kans_.. 

Fla 

Calif... 
D. C... 
Utah... 
N. J.... 

Va 

D. C... 
Conn_. 
Ohio... 
D. C... 

Md 

Ind.... 
Mich.. 
Tenn.. 



42d...- 

2d 

3d 

2d 

3d 

2d 

10th... 

"2d.".'.-I 
8th.... 
8th.... 

'ist.T" 
8th_... 

Itii"" 
7th__.. 
6th.... 
6th..-. 



$12, OOO- 
12,000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12, OOO 
12, 000 

7,000 

(') 
2 15, 000 
2 7, 500- 
2 5,000 
2 6, 000' 
10, 000 
2 10, 000 

8,000 

6,500 
2 4, 800 

3, 70O' 



* The Annual Report of the Shipping Board for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1930, contains a complete- 
list of the employees of the board on June 30, 1930, by name, designation, legal residence, and compensation. 

1 Salary as treasurer. Merchant Fleet Corporation. 

2 Paid from Merchant Fleet Corporation funds. 

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD MERCHANT FLEET CORPORATION 



Board of Trustees 

J. R. Gordon 

Samuel S. Sandberg_ 

Edward C. Plummer 

Jefferson Myers 

Roland K. Smith 

Albert H. Denton 

Hutch I. Cone 



Executive Department 

J. R. Gordon 

J. Caldwell Jenkins 

Samuel Goodacre 

Heber M. Wells 

L. D. Parmelee 



Operations 

B. K. Ogden. 

J. E. Sharkey 

F. E. Ferris 

William T. Hayes 

H. Y. Saint 

C. L. Schneider 

F. G. Frieser 

F. M. Darr 



Trustee and president 

Trustee and vice president. 

Trustee 

do 

do 

do 

do 



President 

Vice president 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

General comptroller. 



Director of insurance 

Assistant director of insurance.. 

Director of operations. 

Assistant director of operations. 

Director of supplies 

Assistant director of supplies... 

Director of traffic 

Assistant director of traffic 



N. Y_.. 


24th... 


Cahf... 


10th... 


Me 


2d 


Oreg... 


3d 


La 


2d 


Kans... 


3d 


Fla 


2d 


N. Y... 


24th... 


N. Y... 


21st..- 


D. C... 




Utah... 


2d 


Vt 


1st 


N. J.... 


9th.... 


N. Y... 


21st... 


Conn . 


3d 


N. Y... 


17th... 


Wash.. 


1st 


Pa 


8th.... 


N. J.... 


9th.... 


D. C .. 









(') 

(2) 
(2) 
(2) 
(2) 
(2) 
(2) 



$18, OOOJ 
15,000 

(2) 
10,000 

9, 000" 



8, 500« 

6, 000> 
10, OOO' 

7, 500. 
10, 000- 

6, 000. 
10, 000< 

6, OOOi 



1 Salary as president, Merchant Fleet Corporation. 

2 Paid from United States Shipping Board appropriation. 

UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 

The act of February 28, 1920, authorizes the President to adjust, settle, liquidate, and wind up all of the- 
matters, including compensation, and all questions in dispute of whatsoever nature arising out of or inci- 
dent to Federal control. The act provides that the President shall have the right at all reasonable times 
until the affairs of Federal control are concluded to inspect the property and records of all carriers whose 
railroads or systems of transportation were at any time under Federal control. 



S. F. Andrews. 
O. Thacker... 
R. C. Dunlap. 
G. W. BiUings 



General solicitor and assistant director general 

Comptroller 

Treasurer 

Attorney 



D. C. 
D.C. 
Pa... 
D. C. 



19th. 



$10, 000> 
7,800> 
5, 400 
6,000< 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



109 



THE PANAMA CANAL 



OFFICIAL TITLE ANT) STATION 

(Station is Canal Zone, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Executive Department 

Col. Harry Burgess, U. S. Army 

C. A. Mcllvaine 

John n. Smith 

Guv Johannes 

C. 11. Calhoun 

Ben M. Williams.. 

Elisha F. Attaway.. 

(Vacancy)- 

Department of Operation and 
Maintenance 

Lieut. Col. Julian L. Schley, 

U. S. Armv. 
Maj. Joseph C. Mehaffey, U. S. 

Army. 

Albert C. Garlington 

W. R. Hollowav 

E. D. Stillwell." 

E. S. Randolph 

Xiew W. Lewis 

Fred R. Fitch 

R. Z. Kirkpatrick 

G. W. Green 

J. G. Claybourn 

Leonard Foote 

Capt. Clark H. Woodward, 

U. S. Navy. 
■Commander W. R. Smith, 

U. S. Navy. 
Commander, Guy C. Barnes, 

U. S. Navy. 
O. Maessen 

F. Kariger 

•Capt. Roy W. Ryden, U. S. 

Navy. 
H. H. Evans 

Lieut. Wesley M. Hague, U. S. 

Navy. 
"W. H. Stone 

Supply Department 

'Roy R. Watson 

J. H. K. Humphrey 

J. B. Fields 

E. H. Parmelee 

B. C. Poole 

J. M. King 

C. Peters 

A. P. E. Doyle... 

Accounting Department 

Elwyn Greene 

"Wilson H. Kromer 

Robert W. Glaw 

Alfred H. Mohr 

Carl F. Chase 

Samuel Bardelson 

H. H. Hudson 

M. L. Duff 

Health Department 

Col. Joseph F. SUer, U. S. 

Army. 
Dr. D. P. Curry 

Surg. M. F. Haralson, U. S. 

p XT C 

Col.' Arthur M. W'haley, U. S. 
Army. 



Governor.. 

Executive secretary 

Chief clerk, executive oflBce 

Chief, police and fire division 

Chief, division of civil affairs... 

Superintendent of schools 

General secretary, bureau of clubs and play- 
grounds. 
District attorney of the Canal Zone 



Miss.- 
Ohic. 
D. C- 
Md... 
Ind... 
N. C- 
Tex... 



21st. 



3d... 
12th. 
5th.. 
7th.. 



Engineer of maintenance. 

-Assistant engineer of maintenance. 



Ga. 



Electrical engineer 

Superintendent, Pacific locks 

Superintendent, Gatun locks.. 

Designing engineer. Madden Dam project. .. 

Office engineer 

Assistant engineer, section of surveys 

Chief of surveys 

Municipal engineer 

Superintendent, dredging division 

Assistant superintendent, dredging division- 
Marine superintendent 



Ohio-. 

S. C... 

111 

N. Y.. 

La 

Calif.- 
CaliL.. 
Colo.. 
Pa..-. 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Ga 



1st.. 
4th.. 



3d... 

7th.. 
30th. 
6th.. 
11th. 
2d.- 
3d__. 
15th. 
1st.. 
25th. 
5th.. 



Captain of the port, Cristobal. 
Captain of the port, Balboa... 



Pa_. 



nth.. 



Inspector of hulls and boilers 

Pilot in charge, lighthouse subdivision. 
Superintendent, mechanical division... 



Assistant superintendent, mechanical divi- 
sion. 

Assistant to superintendent, mechanical divi- 
sion. 

Production superintendent, Cristobal shops. 



Chief quartermaster — 

Assistant chief quartermaster 

C onstructing quartermaster 

General storekeeper 

District quartermaster, Ancon-Balboa.-- 
District quartermaster, Cristobal-Gatun. 

District quartermaster, Pedro Miguel 

Printer, The Panama Canal Press 



N. Y. 

N.Y-. 
Tenn. 



Ill 

Calif.. 
Calif.. 



.\uditor 

Assistant auditor on the Isthmus. 

PajTn aster 

Collector , 

Chief accountant.. 

Chief examiner 

Claim officer 

Railroad accountant 



Miss.- 
Minn. 
Tex... 
Ind... 
N.Y.- 
Calif.. 
Tex... 
N. Y.. 



Va 

Pa 

111 

Ind..„ 
N.Y... 

Ill 

Mass.— 
Va 



Chief health officer. 



Assistant chief health ofiBcer. 
Chief quarantine officer 



D.C- 
Ky— 



8th.. 
10th- 

9th.. 

11th. 

5th.. 



8th- 
5th- 
8th- 
7th.. 
34th. 
11th. 
5th- 
17th. 



8th.. 
26th. 
13th. 
7th.. 
8th„ 
5th- 
11th. 
3d... 



5th.... 



Superintendent, Gorgas Hospital- 



D. C. 



'$10,000 
8,000 
5,000 
5,500 
5,500 
5,000 
4,000 

5, 000 



1 9, 250 

I 7, 500 

6,250 
5,400 
5,400 
6,000 
5,750 

4, 250 

5, 000 
6,250 
7, 500 
5,750 

1 8, 750 

I 7, 250 

1 7, 250 

3,960 

5,400 

18,000 

6,500 

1 5, 500 

6,000 



8,750 
7,000 
6,000 
5,250 
4.500 
4,125 
3,750 
4,750 



8,750 
7,000 
6,300 
6,300 
4,750 
4,250 
4,250 
4,250 



8, 750 



7,000 
2 6, 300 



1 7, 500 



1 Includes United States Army or Navy pay. ' Includes United States Public Health Service pay. 



no 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



THE PANAMA CANAL 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Canal Zone, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State ^°°6. 
^^^^® dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Health Department — Contd. 

Maj. Hertel P. Makel, U. S 

Army. 
Maj. Sidney L. Chappell, U. S 

Army. 

Dr. J. L. Byrd 

Dr. D. G. Sampson 

Dr. C. A. Hearne 

Dr. J. D. Odom.. 

Courts 

James J. Lenihan 

(Vacancy) 

John T. Barrett 

J. W. Blackburn... 

Percy E. Murray 

Washington, D. C, Office 

A. L. Flint 

E. E. Woisc 

E. D. Anderson 

Noble Aloore 

W. A. E. Doying... 



Superintendent, Colon Hospital... 
Superintendent, Corozal Hospital. 



D.C. 



Health ofRcer of Panama 

Acting Health officer of Cristobal-Colon.. 

Quarantine olhcer. Colon 

Quarantine officer, Balboa 



Judge of the district court of the Canal Zone. 

District attorney of the Canal Zone 

Marshal of the Canal Zone 

Magistrate, Balboa.. 

Magistrate, Cristobal 



Ga.... 
N.Y_ 
Idaho. 
Ala... 



Iowa. 



5th.. 
lst_. 
1st.. 
3d... 



3d. 



General purchasing officer and chief of office 

Assistant to the chief of office 

Chief clerk, purchasing department 

Assistant auditor and legal adviser 

Inspecting engineer. 



Mass. 
Kv... 
Ohio. 



Ohio. 

Wis.. 
Mo.. 
Tenn. 

N. Y. 



9th.. 
7th.. 
3d... 



17th. 
11th. 
12th. 
10th. 
18th. 



3 $5, 750 

3 5, 750' 

4,750 
4.500 
5,000 
4,750 



10, 000 
5, 000 
5,000 
4,000 
4,000 



7,000 

4. GOO 

5, 000 
5,800 
6,000 



' Includes United States Army pay. 

THE INTEROCEANIC CANAL BOARD 

Public Resolution No. 99, Seventieth Congress, dated March 2, 1929, authorized the President to cause- 
to be made, under the direction of the Secretary of War and the supervision of the Chief of Engineers and 
with the aid of such civilians as the President shall deem advisable, investigations and surveys to deter- 
mine the additional facilities needed at the Panama Canal, as well as an investigation and survey of the 
Nicaragua Canal route. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 

dist. 


tion 


Lieut. Gen. Edgar Jadwin, 

U. S. Army (ret.). 
Col Ernest Graves, U S 








(0 








(') 


Army (ret.). 


do 


Va 




(2) 




Member, State College of Agriculture and 
Mechanic Arts, Ames, Iowa. 


Iowa 




(2) 




N. Y... 




(2) 


Lieut. John Paul Dean, Corps 
of Engineers, U. S. Army. 








(') 


Chief clerk 


D.C... 




(3) 













■ Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. No additional compensation for service on the board, 

2 Serves without compensation. 

3 Receives no additional compensation for service with this board. 



Official Register of the United States, '1930 



111 



INLAND WATERWAYS CORPORATION 

The Inland Waterways Corporation is charged witli tlie direction of the duties incident to the devel- 
opment of national inland waterway transportation as delegated to the Secretary of War under the trans- 
portation act of 1920 and by Public 1S5, approved June 3, 1924, and amendatory act approved February 
28, 1927, and amendatory act apin-oved May 29, 1928. This corporation supervises the maintenance and 
operation of barge lines operated by the Government on several important water routes; owns and operates 
the Warrior River Terminal Co.; investigates types of floating and terminal equipment suitable for 
various waterways, as well as tariff and interchange arrangements between rail and water carriers and 
other matters tending to promote and encourage waterways traffic, and in general functions as the official 
governmental inland waterways bureau. 



Patrick J. Hurley 

Maj. Gen. T. Q. Ashburn, 
U. S. Armv. 

Clark C. Wren 

Guy Bartley 

J. W. Jenkinson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Secretary of War, incorporator. 
Chairman and executive 



Assistant to chairman. 

Secretary-treasurer 

Chief clerk 



Legal residence 



gt t Cong, 
biaie ^^j._ 



Tex... 
Mo... 
Mont- 



8th.. 
10th. 
1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$8,400 
5,800 
3, 000 



1 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 

ALASKA ROAD COMMISSION 

This board, created by the act of January 27, 1905, and composed of engineer officers of the United States 
Army, who receive no additional compensation for service on the board, is charged by law with the con- 
struction, repair, and maintenance of roads, tramways, ferries, bridges, and trails in the Territory of 
Alaska. The War Department has fixed the organization of the board as follows: The senior officer on 
duty, to be designated as the president, shall have general charge of the operations of the board; the 
engineer officer shall supervise the work of construction in the field, the third officer shall act as disbursing 
officer of the board. Offices of the commission are maintained in Washington, D. C, and in Juneau, 
Alaska. 



Maj. Malcolm Elliott 

Maj. Layson E. Atkins 

First Lieut. James G. Chris- 
tiansen. 



President 

Engineer officer 

Secretary and disbursing officer. 



1 Pay of rank; see .\rmy Pay Tables in .\ppendix. 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 



RayL. Wilbur 

Patrick J. Hurley 

Arthur M. Hyde 

F. E. Bonner 

Lieut. Col. Max C. Tyler, U. S. 
Army. 

(Vacancy) 

Charles A. RusseU 

William V. King 

F. W. Griffith 



Secretary of the Interior, commissioner, act- 
ing chairman. 

Secretary of War, commissioner.. 

Secretary of Agriculture, commissioner 

Executive secretary 

Chief engineer i 



Chief counsel 

Solicitor 

Chief accountant 

Chief clerk and chief, division of operations. 



Calif... 



Mont- 
Tex... 

N. Y.. 



6th.... 



1st.. 
16th. 
43d.. 



$8, 000 
(2) 



8,000 
7,500 
3,300 



1 Assigned to duty from the War Department, Engineer Department. 

2 Receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN 







W. Va. 

Okla... 
N. H... 
W. Va. 
Tenn... 
N. C... 
Ohio... 
Md.... 


2d 

1st..- 

3d 

3d 

2d 

4th.... 
13th... 
2d 


$10. 000 






7,500 


Bewail W Abbott 


Managing director 


6,600 


C. D. Bray 


Director of finance and accounts 


7,500 




Chief. Division of Claims 


6,600 


W. B. Connell 


Disbursing officer 

Chief, Division of Trusts 

Chief, Division of Stocks and Bonds 


5,000 


Clyde R. Painter 

George C. Thompson 


5,000 
4,000 



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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL T.TLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Oarland S. Ferguson, jr 


Chairman 


N. C... 

Iowa, - 
Wash.. 
Minn.. 
Ark--. 

D. C 


5th..-- 
9th—- 

1st 

7th.... 
5th-.. 


.$10, 000 


C. W. Hunt 


Vice chairman-- - - --- 


10,000 
10, 000 


William E. Humphrey 


Commissioner 


Charles H. March 


do-.- 


10,000 


Edgar A. McCulloeh 


do - 


10,000 


Otis B. Johnson 


Secretary to the commission . . .- 


6,400 


Chief Counsel's Office 
Robert E. Healy. - 


Chief counsel 


Vt 

Ind-.-. 
Vt 

Mass... 

La 

N. Y... 

Ala 

111 

W. Va. 

N. Y... 
Ind..- 

N. Y... 

Wash.. 

Ind...- 
Va 

Md-... 
N. C- 

Tex 

N. J— . 
Calif. -- 
Ind.... 

Oa 

Pa 

N.J... 
Md.... 

Pa 

Pa 

Md.-- 

Mo 

D. C... 


1st 

9th-.. 
1st.-- 

12th.- 

2d 

24th... 
9th.... 

24th.-. 
5th.... 

21st..- 
12th— 

17th... 

1st.--. 

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

5th.— 
9th.... 

12th... 
9th.... 

4th...- 
1st 

1st.-- 
19th... 
1st.... 
4th.... 
9th..- 

2d 

5th—. 
8th..- 


9,000 


Martin A. Morrison. 




7,500 


William T. Kelley 


Attorney in charge of trial work - 


6,500 


Economic Division 
Francis Walker 


Chief economist 


8,000 


W. H. S. Stevens. 


Assistant chief economist 


6,400 


William H. England- 


do 


6,400 


LeClaire Hoover 


Chief accountant -- -- - 


5,600 


Chief Examiner's Office 
Herbert L. Anderson 


Chief examiner .- 


7,000 


Ishmael Burton 


Assistant chief examiner . . 


5,800 


Branch Offices 
Rolf H. Kielland 


Attorney in charge, New York, 45 Broadway- 
Attorney in charge, Chicago, 608 South 

Dearborn Street. 
Attorney in charge, San Francisco, 544 

Market Street. 
Attorney in charge, Seattle, 431 Lyon Build- 
ing. 

Chief 


5,600 


William F. Dinnen 

Andreas T. Lundquist -.- 

Ellis De Bruler_ 

Trial Examiner's Office 
Web Woodfill.-- 


5,600 
5,000 

5,000 

6,200 


Franklin C. Baggarly 




5,200 


Division of Trade Practice 
Conferences 

M. Markham Flannery 




7,000 


George MoCorkle 


Assistant director -. . . 


5,000 


Board of Review 

Robert N. McMillen 


Chairman 


5,600 


Marshall B. Clarke 


Member. .. 


5,600 


Malcolm A. Coles 


do 


5,600 


George R. De Bruler 


do..- 


5,600 


Administrative Division 
C G. Duganne. 


Assistant secretary 


5,000 


L. H. Waring. .. . 




3,500 


Andrew N. Ross 


Disbursing clerk -- - 


3,500 


John W. Karsner 


Chief, docket section 


3,500 


Harold B. Stamm 


Chief, publications section 


3,400 


William H. Galbraith 


Chief, mail and files section 


2,900 


Joseph E. Haugh 


Chief, stenographic section 


2,600 


Sam F. Shrout 




2,900 


Howard R. Eliason 




3.000 


Shirley D. Mayers --- 


Editorial service . 


W. Va. 


3d 


3,500 







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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Offices of the Commission 

Henry P. Fletcher 

(Vacancy) 

AJfred P. Dennis 

Edgar B. Brossard 

Thomas Walker Page.. 

John Lee Coulter 



John F. Bethane. 



Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

A. Manuel Fox 

George P. Coiner 

W. A. Graham Clark 

Charles E. McNabb 

Herman G. A. Brauer 

Dexter North 

F. Morton Leonard 

Oscar A. Juve 

Charles F. Yauch 

Charles O. Townsend 

Frederick L. Koch 

Franklin H. Smith 

Harry H. Newton 

George H. Parater.. 

Stella Stewart 

Cornelia Notz 

Grace van Casteel 



Field Service 
Henry H. Waters 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman. 

Commissioner 

do 



.do. 
.do. 



Secretary. 



Legal residence 



State S- 



Pa. 



Md.... 
Utah... 

Va 

N. Dak. 

Va 



Chief, economics division N. Y.. 

Chief, investigator Conn- 
Chief, textile division Mass.. 

Chief, legal division D. C. 

Chief, international relations division Calif.. 

Acting chief, chemical division D. C. 

Chief, metals division N. Y.. 

Chief, agricultural division Wis... 

Chief, sundries division ' Ohio.. 

Chief, sugar division ; Kans.. 

Chief, ceramics division ' Md... 

Chief, wood and paper division I D. C. 

Chief, accounting division i Va 

Chief, transportation division Va 

Chief, statistical division Colo.. 

Librarian Tex... 

Chief, personnel division... Md 



Chief, New York office. 



N. Y.. 



25th. 
3d... 
13th. 



9th.. 



14th.. 
2d.... 

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



8th.. 
3d-.. 
2d... 
15th. 
6th.. 



21st... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$11,000 
11,000 
11,000 
11,000 
11,000 
11,000 

7,500 



7,500 
7,500 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
4,600 
5,800 
5,800 
5,600 
5,600 
5,800 
5,600 
4,800 
3,600 
4,100 
3,400 
3,200 



5,200 



' Members of commission appointed on Sept. 17, 1930, pursuant to provisions of sec. 330, tariff act of 1930. 

FEDERAL FARM BOARD 



Alexander Legge 

James C. Stone 

C. B. Denman. 

Sam R. McKelvie 

William F. SchilUng. 
Charles C. Teague... 

Charles S. Wilson 

Carl Williams 

Arthur M. Hyde 

Chris L. Christensen. 

Stanley Reed ... 

Joseph S. Davis 

George H. Thomas. .. 

A. W. McKay 

R. Reyburn Burklin. 
Edgar Markham 



Frank Ridgway. 

H. M. Bain 

W. S. Hinman.. 



Chairman 

Vice chairman. 

Member 

do 

do 

do 

do 



.do- 



Member ex officio (Secretary of Agriculture) 

Executive secretary.. 

General counsel 

Chief economist 

Chief, loan division 

Chief, cooperative marketing division 

Treasurer .-. 

Assistant to chairman, in charge of press rela- 
tions. 

Director of information. , 

Chief, examining section 

Administrative assistant. 



ni 

Ky 

Mo 

Nebr... 
Minn.. 
Calif-.. 
N. Y... 
Okla... 

Mo 

Nebr... 
Ky..... 
Calif .. 


11th... 
7th.... 
13th... 
1st.... 

3d 

8th.... 
36th... 
5th.... 

2d 

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


Nebr... 
Fla 


5th.... 


Wash.. 
Minn.- 

111 

Ill 

Vt 


D. C. 

4th.... 

10th... 
25th... 
1st.... 



$12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
(') 

8,500 
12,000 
9,000 
10, 000 
6,500 
7,500 
8,000 

8,000 
5,400 
5,600 



No additional compensation for service on this board. 

FEDERAL OIL CONSERVATION BOARD 



Ray L. Wilbur 

Charles F. Adams 

Patrick J. Hurley 

R. P. Lamont 

Edward S. Rochester 



Secretary of the Interior, Chairman (George 

Otis Smith, Director of the Geological 

Survey, alternate) . 

Secretary of the Xavy ( , alternate) 

Secretary of War (.Maj. Gen. Lytic Brown, : 

alternate). 
Secretary of Commerce (Scott Turner, Direc- 

tor, Bureau of Mines, alternate) . 
Secretary of the board D. C. 



$6,000 



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FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD* 

The Federal Reserve Bulletin, issued monthly, is the official organ of the Federal Reserve Board. It 
contains complete information as to the organization of the board and the Federal reserve system. In 
addition to the regular oflicial announcements, it gives a national review of business conditions and detailed 
analysis of financial and industrial conditions, research studies, reviews of foreign banlving, and complete 
statistics showing the condition of Federal reserve banks and member banks. The subscription price is $2; 
single copies, 20 cents; outside of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the insular possessions, $2.60; 
single copies, 25 cents. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^^l- 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



R. A-. Young 

Edmund Piatt 

A. C. Miller. 

C. S. Hamlin 

George R. James 

Edward II. Cunningham. 

Walter L. Eddy 

E.M. McClelland.- 

J. C. Noell 

Charles W. Hanford 

Aubrey B. Carter 



A. A. Moore. 



John DeLaMater. 



Walter Wyatt 

George B. Vest 

B. M. Wingfield 

William M. Imlay.. 

O. E. Foulk 

E. A. Goldenweiser. 
Carl E. Parry 



Elsie Rackstraw 

Edward L. Smead... 
John R. Van Fossen. 

Franlj J. Drinnen 

L. G. Copeland 



William J. Tucker. 



Governor 

Vice governor 

Member 

do 

do-.- 

do .- 

Secretary - 

Assistant secretary - -. 

do 

Chief clerk 

Supervisor, trust functions section, secre- 
tary's office. 
Supervisor, currency section, secretary's 

office. 
Supervisor^ gold settlement section, secre- 
tary's office. 

General counsel 

Assistant counsel. 

do 

Fiscal agent 

Deputy fiscal agent 

Director, division of research and statistics.-. 
Assistant director, division of research and 
statistics. 

Librarian 

Chief, division of bank operations 

Assistant chief, division of bank operations.. . 

Federal reserve examiner 

Chief, division of Federal reserve issue and 

redemption. 
Assistant chief, division of Federal reserve 
issue and redemption. 



Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 
Tenn-. 
Iowa.. 
R.I... 

Ill 

Va.... 
Fla.... 
Md... 

Va.... 

Ill 

Md... 
Va.... 
Va--.- 
lowa.. 
Mo... 
Md... 
Mich.. 

Mich. 
Mich. 
Iowa.. 
Pa.... 
Ohio-- 

Ind--. 



5th.. 
26th. 
6th-. 
16th- 
10th. 
4th- 
ist-. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
6th.. 

8th.. 

10th. 

6th- 
8th.. 
7th- 
7th.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 
2d... 



10th. 
3d... 
5th.- 
6th.. 

8th- 

11th. 



$12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
14,000 
9,000 
7,000 
3,700 
4,000 

3,800 

4,800 

12,000 
7,000 
6,00C 
5,00C 
4,200 

12, 000 
8,500 

3,160 
12,000 
6,700 
9,000 
4,500 

2,920 



♦The salaries and expenses of the Federal Reserve Board are paid from a fund created by assessments 
upon Federal reserve banks. 

UNITED STATES BOARD OF TAX APPEALS 



Logan Morris I Member, chairman of the board. 

C. Rogers -Vrundell j Member .- 

Eugene Black --- do - --- -.. 

W. C. Lansdon -.1 do- 

W. D. Love 1 do 



John J. Marquette do. 

Annabel Matthews do- 

Stephen J. McMahon do. 

J. Edgar Murdock do. 

Percy W. Philhps do. 

Herbert F. Seawall do. 

Charles P. Smith j do. 

John M. Sternhagen i do. 

C. M. Trammell i do- 

S. L. Trussell ! do- 

Ernest H. Van Fossan i do. 



Robert C. Tracy | Secretary. 

B. D. Gamble i Clerk 

Mabel M. Owen Reporter.. 



Utah... 
Oreg... 

Tex 

Kans... 

Tex 

Mont 


2d 

1st 

1st 

5th.... 
15th... 


Ga 

Wis- — 

Pa 

N. Y... 
N. C... 
Mass... 

Ill 

Fla— 
Minn.. 
Ohio... 

Conn.. 

Pa 

N. Y... 


9th.... 
4th.... 
31st-.. 

1st 

7th.... 
12th..- 

■-jth 

1st 

lOth... 
18th... 

1st.... 
23d.... 
15th... 



$10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10. 000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10,000 

6,200 
5,400 
4,800 



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GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 



Office of the Comptroller 
General 



J. R. McCarL... 
Lurtin R. Ginn. 

R. L. Oolze 

J. L. Baity 



Charles M. Galloway. 
(Vacancy) 

S. B.TuIloss 

Reed F. Martin 

Earl Taggart 

Carl Collier.--- 



Chiefs of Divisions 



W. S. Dewhirst 

David Neumann 

>C. T. M. Cutcheon. 

F. H. Bogardus 

W. W. Richardson.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Comptroller General of the United States 

Assistant Comptroller General.. 

General counsel 

Executive officer (assistant to Comptroller 
General). 

Counsel 

do 

Chief of investigations 

Chief clerk. 

Chief of personnel 

Disbursing clerk 



Acting chief, claims division 

Chief, audit division 

Chief, Post Office Department division. 

Chief, bookkeeping division..- 

Chief, records division.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Nebr. 
Ind.. 
Pa... 
Mc 

S.-C.. 



Va 

W. Va. 
Kans... 
Ohio... 



Ill 

N. Y... 
Mich... 
Ohio... 
D. C... 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th. 
6th. 
1st. 

7th. 



8th- 
2d- 
3d.. 
8th- 



24th. 
3d-.. 
9th.. 
8th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10, 000 
9,000 
9,000 
8,500 

6,500 



7,000 
3,700 
5,200 
3,800 



4,800 
6,000 
6,000 
5,000 
3,200 



FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION 

The Federal Radio Commission was created by an act of Congress dated February 23, 1927, amended 
March 28, 1928, March 4, 1929, and December 18, 1929. The commission regulates all forms of inter- 
state and foreign radio transmission and communication within the borders of continental United States 
and its Territories. 



Commissioners 



■C. McK. Saltzman 

Eugene O. Sykes. 

Harold A. Lafount 

Ira E. Robinson... 

William D. L. Starbuck. 



Office of the Secretary 



James W. Baldwin. 
John B. Reynolds.. 



Legal Division 



Thad. H. Brown 

Paul D. P. Spearman. 

Duke M. Patrick 

Ben S. Fisher 



Engineering Division 



C. B. Jollifie 

V. Ford Greaves. 



Inevstigations 

W^ J. Clearman 

Press 

G. Franklin AVisner 

License Division 

George S. Smith. 

Files Division 

Edward L. Payne 

Disbursing 
A. J. Cone 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman. 

Commissioner 

do 

do 



Secretary 

Assistant secretary. 



Iowa... 
Miss... 
Utah... 
W. Va. 
Conn.. 



Ind... 
Minn. 



Chief counsel Ohio.. 

Assistant general counsel. ...' Miss.. 

do. I Ind... 

do Ind... 



Chief engineer i W. Va. 

Assistant chief engineer ' Calif... 



Chief investigator Calif... 



Chief Md... 



Chief. 



Ohio... 



Chief Md 



Disbursing clerk. 



N. Y... 



9th.. 
8th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
4th.. 



12th. 
1st.. 
7th.. 



9th. 



6th.... 



5th... 



36th.. 



$10,000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10, 000 
10,000 



6,400 
3,400 



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



10,000 
7,500 



4, eoo 

4,600 
2,600 
2,100 
2,000 



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FEDERAL COORDINATING AGENCIES 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Office of the Chief 
Coordinator 

Eear Admiral H. H. Rousseau 
(CEC), U. S. Navy. 

Coordinating Boards 

Permanent Conference on 
Printing 

George H. Carter 

Frank D. Smitli 



Federal Real Estate Board 



James A. Wetmore 

Col. D. P. Quinlan, U. S. 
Army. 



Federal Purchasing Board 



N. F. Harriman. 
J. A. Egleston... 



Coordinator for Motor Trans- 
port, District of Columbia 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 
U. S. Army. 

Federal Traffic Board 

Maj. Neill E. Bailey, U. S. 

Army. 
Lieut. AV. E. McCain, U. S. 

Navy. 

Federal Specification Board 
George K. Burgess 



Capt. Joseph H. Fellows, U. S. 
Marine Corps. 

Interdepartmental Board of Con- 
tracts and Adjustments 



Gordon A. Ramsay. 
Ernest W. Cushing. 



Interdepartmental Board on Sim- 
plified Office Procedure 

Maj. A. H. Erck, U. S. Army.. 

Interdepartmental Patents 
Board 



Andrew Stewart 

Lieut. Col. J. I. McMullen, 
U. S. Army. 



Federal Board of Hospitalization 

Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines 

Forest Protection Board 
R. Y. Stuart 



Federal Standard Stock Cata- 
logue Board 

Rear Admiral T. H. Hicks 
(SC), U. S. Navy. 



Chief Coordinator. 



Chairman (Public Printer) 

Secretary (Department of Agriculture). 



Chairman (Treasury Department) 

Vice chairman (Office of Chief Coordinator). 



Chairman (Bureau of Standards) 

Executive vice chairman and secretary (Mer- 
chant Fleet Corporation). 



Coordinator for motor transport. District of 
Columbia. 



Coordinator for traffic and chairman. 
Secretary 



Chairman (Department of Commerce, Bu- 
reau of Standards). 
Vice chairman and technical secretary 



Chairman (Bureau of the Budget) 

Assistant to chairman (Bureau of the Budget). 



Executive chairman (Office of Chief Coordi- 
nator). 



Chairman (Department of Commerce). 
Secretary (War Department) 



Chairman (U. S. Veterans' Bureau) 

Chairman (Department of Agriculture). 

Chairman (Navy Department).. 



Pay of rank or office; no additional compensation is received for service on these agencies. 



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117 



UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 



Offices of the Commission 



Thomas E. Campbell. . 

George R. Wales 

Jessie Dell 

Howard A. Edson 

John T. Doyle 

Kenneth C. Vipond 

Jacob H. Weiss 

Lawrence J. O'Rourke. 



Arthur R. Butler . 
William C. Hull.. 



Carson C. Hathaway.. 

Elizabeth Downing 

Elizabeth J. Raymond. 



Examining Division 



James G. Yaden 

Frederick W. Brown.. 

Laura L. Tracy. 

Maurice J. McAulifle. 



Appointment Division 
Lewis H. Fisher 



Calvin W. Bartlett... 

Vivian Carlson 

Bertram A. Brande... 

David S. Davison 

Matthew F. Halloran. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commissioner, president 

Commissioner 

do 

Chief examiner. 

Secretary 

Assistant chief examiner and budget oflBcer... 

Assistant to chief examiner (field) 

Director of scientific research in personnel and 

administration. 

Medical officer 

Assistant secretary and executive assistant to 

the commissioners. 

Personnel officer 

Disbursing agent 

Assistant disbursing agent 



Chief, examining division 

Assistant chief, examining division. 
do.. 



.do. 



Application Division 



Thomas A. Griffin.. 
James B. Baugh, jr. 
Herbert E. Morgan. 
Anna E. Black 



Assistant secretary and chief, appointment 
divison. 

Assistant chief, appointment division 

.do 



Legal residence 



State 



.do. 



Division of Investigation and 
Review 



Henry A. Hesse 

Benjamin W. Kumler. 



Accounts and Maintenance 
Division 



Henry G. Porter... 
Hay L. Woodward. 



Field Force 



Ernest L. Reynolds 

Ballard H. Clemmons. 

Stewart Wilson 

William J. llamacher. 

Lawson A. Moyer 

Irwin L. Earhart 

James V. Swanson 

Joseph M. Shoemaker. 

Charles D. Hertzog 

E. H. Jennings 

Charles W. Paine 

Charles L. Snyder 

John O. Teicher 



Assistant chief, certification section. 
Contact representative 



Chief, application division 

Assistant chief, application division... 

Director, public information and recruiting... 
In charge, bureau of information 



Chief, division of investigation and review... 
Assistant chief, division of investigation and 
review. 



Chief, accounts and maintenance division 

Assistant chief, accounts and maintenance 
division. 



Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
IManager, 
Manager, 



1st dist., 
2d dist., 
3d dist., 
4th dist. 
5th dist., 
6th dist., 
7th dist., 
8th dist., 
9th dist., 
10th dist 
11th dist 
12th dist 
13th dist 



Boston, Mass 

New York City 

Philadelphia, Pa 

, Washington, D. C 

, Atlanta, Ga 

, Cincinnati, Ohio 

, Chicago, 111 

, St. Paul, Minn 

, St. Louis, Mo 

, New Orleans, La 

, Seattle, Wash 

, San Francisco, Calif. 
, Denver, Colo.. 



Ariz.. 

Vt... 
Ga... 
D. C. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Mo.. 
Wis.. 

Oreg. 
Va... 



Mo.. 
D. C. 
N. Y... 



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



N. J.... 

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

La 

W. Va.. 
Md.... 



Va.... 
Tenn.. 
Pa.... 
Ohio.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Pa 

S. Dak. 



Va. 
Va. 



At L. 
1st... 
1st... 



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

1st... 
8th... 

4th... 



7th. 



11th. 
6th.. 
40th. 
4th.. 



4th... 

34th.. 
43d... 
7th... 
2d.... 
5th... 



1st.. 
9th.. 
33d.. 

nth. 



29th.. 
1st-.. 



8th. 
8th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Mass... 7th.. 

Mo I 10th 

Pa ! 7th.. 

D. C... 

Ga 5th.. 

Ohio... I 1st.. 

Ill ' 10th 

Minn.. 4th. 

Pa 20th 

La 2d.., 

Wash..! 1st.. 

Calif... 6th. 

Colo...! 1st. 



$8, 500 
8,500 
8,500 
7,000 
5,000 
5,600 
4,600 
6,400 

4,600 
3,100 

3,400 
3,300 
2,700 



5,600 
4,600 
4,200 
4,600 



4,800 

3,600 
3,100 
3,500 
2,600 
3,200 



4,800 
3,600 
3,900 
2,700 



4,800 
3,600 



3,600 
2,600 



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



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UNITED STATES BUREAU OF EFFICIENCY 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Herbert D. Brown.. 
Thomas F. Murphy 
Paul D. Banning... 
Joseph W. Sanford.. 
Donald P. Evans... 
George C. Havenner 
Arthur Q. Thomas.. 
Archie L. Peterson.. 
Russell R. Reagh... 



Chief... 

Assistant chief 

Chief investigator, organization and methods 

Chief investigator, duplication of work 

Chief investigator, efficiency ratings 

Chief investigator, statistics 

Chief investigator, purchasing methods 

Chief investigator, office appliances 

Actuary... 



10th 

14th... 

3d.. 



Ill 

Mass... 
Tenn... 
D.C... 
N.J.-.. 
D.C... 
N.Y... 
Mass. ..I 16th 
Mich... 2d.., 



9th.... 



11th. 



FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



James J. Davis 

Arthur M. Hyde 

Robert P. Lamont... 
William John Cooper 

Perry W. Reeves 

Edward T. Franks... 

Claude M. Henry 

J. C. W^right 

Adelaide S. Baylor... 

Earl W. Barnhart 

Frank Cushman 

John Aubel Kratz 

C. H. Lane 

Charles R. Allen 

John S. Shaw 



Secretary of Labor, member, chairman.. 

Secretary of Agriculture, member 

Secretary of Commerce, member 

Commissioner of Education (Department of 
the Interior) , member. 

Member, representative of labor 

Member, representative of manufacturing 

and commercial interests, vice chairman. 
Member, representative of agricultural inter- 
ests. 

Director 

Chief, home economics education service 

Chief, commercial education service 

Chief, trade and industrial education service. 

Chief, vocational rehabilitation service 

Chief, agricultural education service. 

Editor and educational consultant 

Secretary and chief clerk 



Ind.... 
Ky 



S. Dak. 

Mo 

Ind 

Calif. __ 

Mo 

Md 

Tenn... 
Minn.. 
Md.... 



7th. 
2d.. 



2d- 



5th. 
7th. 
fith_ 

ath. 

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



1 Serves as member of the board without additional compensation. 

UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION 
COMMISSION 



Bessie Parker Bmeggeman. 

Harry Bassett 

John M. Morin 

Walter W. Warwick 

WDliam McCauley.. 

Edward C. Ernst. 

W. R. Carpenter 

Frank M. Phillips 

Irene D. Smith 

Robert J. Hoage 



Commissioner, chairman... 

Commissioner 

do 

Chief counsel 

Secretary 

Medical director 

Chief claim examiner 

Chief statistician 

Chief of assembly division 

Deputy commissioner for the District of 
Columbia. 



Mo ... 


12th... 


Ind 


7th.... 


Pa .... 


34th... 


Ohio... 


1st 


Ark.... 


6th.... 


Calif... 


9th.... 


Ill 


3d 


Iowa... 


1st 


Kans... 


3d 


Wash.. 


3d 



1 Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, detailed to commission. 

PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION BOARD 



J. Clawson Roop ! Director, Bureau of the Budget, chairman... 

George R. Wales. ! Commissioner, Civil Service Commission, 

I member. 
Herbert D. Brown ' Chief, Bureau of Efficiency, member 



W^illiam H. McReynolds. 

Ismar Baruch... 

PaulN. Peck.. 



Director 

Assistant director. 
Executive officer. . 



Mich... 
Conn... 
D.C... 



1 No additional compensation for service on this board, 



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119 



VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

As of July 23, 1930 

[Established by Public Act 536, approved July 3, 1930, and Executive Order of July 21, 1930, consolidating, 
under the Veterans' Administration, the Veterans' Bureau, the Bureau of Pensions (previously under 
the Department of the Interior), and the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers] 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Frank T. Hines 


Administrator of Veterans' Affairs 


Utah... 




$12, 000 


James O'C. Roberts 


Special assistant to the administrator.. 


D. C... 




8,000 


A. D.Hiller 


Assistant to the administrator 


Mass... 


16th... 


8,000 







VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 
UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 



Central OfBce 



George E. Ijams 

Winthrop Adams 

William WollY Smith. 
Harold W. Breining... 
Omer W. Clark 



John D. Cutter 

Horace L. McCoy. 



Acting director 

Medical director. 

General counsel 

Assistant director (in charge of finance service) 
Assistant director (in charge of coordination 

service) . 
Assistant director (in charge of supply service) 
Acting assistant director (in charge of adjudi- 
cation service). 

Louis n. Tripp ! Chief, construction division 

Robert L. Jarnigan i Chief, division of appeals 

George M. Hyland i Chief, contact division... 

George E. Brown. ; Chief, compensation division, adjudication 

service. 
Chief, awards division, adjudication service... 
Chief, insurance division, adjudication serv- 
ice. 
Chief, evaluation division, coordination serv- 
ice. 
Chief, investigation division, coordination 

service. 
Chief, stand-irdization division, coordination 
ser\ice. 

Chief, accounting division, finance service 

Chief, certificate accounts division, finance 
service. 

John B. Schommer I Chief, disbursing division, finance service 

George P. Hughes I Chief, law division legal service 

Edward E. Odom ! Chief, guardianship division, legal service 



Harley H. Milks. 
Herman F. Brail- 



Samuel M. ISIoore, jr. 
Sam Jared, jr 

Harold V. Stirling 



William H. Holmes. 
Joseph V. BjTne 



James T. Brady. 
Edwin J. Rose. 



Oscar C. Willhite. 



Chief, litigation division, legal service 

Chief, general medical division, medical serv- 
ice. 

Chief, neuropsychiatric division, medical 
service. 

Chief, tuberculosis division, medical service. _ . 

George C. Skinner [ Chief, regional office division, medical service. 

Wilham C. Black... ..! Chief clerk, supply service 

G. Henderson Sweet. 
Leopold Stocker. 



Joseph F. Wallace. 



Regional Offices 

Regional Manager 



John H. Ale 

T. J. Bannigan 

DeVillo Bannister. - 

Charles G. Beck 

Ernest R. Benke 

William J. Blake 

A. D. Borden 

John A. Brody 

Mizell Bryson 

Thomas J. Calvert. . 

John A. Carlton 

L. C. Chapman 

William M. Coffin.. 
Stanley H. Conner.. 

Harry J. Crosson 

Luther E. Ellis 

Orville G. Fairburn. 

Allen Fletcher 

Robert R. Gibson... 



Chief, personnel division, supply service. 
Chief, supply division, supply service 



Indianapolis, Ind 

Hartford, Conn 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 

Omaha, Nebr 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Boston, Mass 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Kansas City, Mo 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Birmingham, Ala 

Denver, Colo 

San .\ntonio, Tex 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

San Francisco, Calif 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Detroit, Mich 

Seattle, Wash 

Burlington, Vt 

Albuquerque, N. Mex. 



Md... 
Mass.. 
Ind... 
N. Y.. 
Ohio.. 

D. C. 

Oreg.. 

Mass . 

Ill 

Oreg.. 
Wis... 

N. Y.. 
Pa.... 



Fla.... 

Tenn. 

Ohio.. 

Pa.... 
D. C 



Wis... 

Mass. 
Calif.. 
Mass . 
Ohio.. 

Mo... 

Colo.. 
Tex... 
Pa.... 
Md... 
N. Y.. 



Ind.... 
Conn.. 
S. Dak. 
Nebr... 

Ill 

N. Y... 
Cahf... 

Mo 

Tenn... 

Ala 

Colo... 
Tex.... 
Ohio... 
Kans... 

Pa 

Ind 

Wash.. 

Vt 

Colo... 



4th.. 
8th.. 

7th.. 



3d. 



19th. 
id." 

34th. 



4th.. 
4th.. 

12th. 
1st.. 



2d... 
3d... 
8th.. 
14th. 
10th_ 

3d-. 



3d.... 

16th.. 
28th.. 



7th.. 

1st-. 
I 2d... 
I 1st.. 

7th.. 



9th... 
3d.... 
6th... 
10th.. 
1st... 
5t.h... 
2d.... 
6th... 
4th... 

nth.. 

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



$9,000 
8,000 
9,000 
9,000 
9,000 

7,500 
6,500 

7,000 
6,500 
4,800 
5,600 

6,500 
5,600 

6,000 

5,600 

6,200 

5,000 
4,800 

5,000 
6,400 
6,000 
6, 200 
6,500 

6,500 

6,500 
6,500 
6,000 
5,000 
6,000 



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



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VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 

Continued 



Regional Offices— Continued 

Regional Manager— Contd. 

Harry B. Gilstrap 

Sidney C. Groeschel 

Edgar T. Hitch 

Hilary G. Hooks - 

Arthur P. James 

Read Johnson 

Edwin \V. Jordan 

Joseph J. Kingsbury 

James L. Laughlin 

Henry W. Longfellow 

Thomas J. McEvoy 

William L. Marlin 

Bert C. Moore 

Gardner M. Olmsted.. 

Leslie J. Paul 

Donald F. Peppers 

James S. Pittman 

Frank G. Reagan 

Herbert H. Rouse 

Ernest B. Rowbotham 

Charles F. Sargent 

William S. Shipman 

Michael J. Shortley 

Daniel E. Smith 

Malcolm L. Stoddard 

Edward J. Wieland 

Frank L. Williams 

James A. Winn. 

U. S. Veterans' Hospitals 

Medical Officer in Charge 

Victor A. Aimone 

Gail D. Allee 

Matthew Baines 

Frank B. Brewer 

George F. Brewster 

Henry R. Brown .-. 

RhodricW. Browne. 

Albert E. Brownrigg 

Harry R. Carson 

Wilfred E. Chambers 

Harry G. Clarke - 

Richard L. Cook 

Eugene Davis 

James E. Dedman 

William M. Dobson 

H. C. Dodge 

David C. Farnsworth 

J. M. Ferguson 

William C. Gibson 

Frank N. Gordon 

Hans Hansen 

Samuel H. James 

George L. Johnson.. 

Percival O. Lasche 

Frank E. Leslie 

J. Baldwin McComb 

John R. McDill 

George M. Melvin 

William E. Park 

Appleton n. Pierce 

George A. Rowland 

Harry Rubin 

Henry St. Antoine... 

Richard W. Soper 

Henry Ladd Stickney 

Mark L. Underwood.. 

Howard C. Von Dahm.. 

Isaac R. Wagner 

Joseph H. Ward 

Orville D. Wescott. 

Herbert E. Whitledge 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Oklahoma City, Okla 

Columbia, S. O 

Washington, D. C 

Charleston, W. Va... 

New York, N. Y 

Dallas, Tex 

Richmond, Va 

BufTalo, N. Y 

Casper, Wyo 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Newark, N. J 

Cleveland, Ohio 

New Orleans, La 

Reno, Nev... 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Wichita, Kans 

Charlotte, N. C 

Nashville, Tenn 

Manchester, N. H 

Providence, R. I 

Baltimore, Md 

Jackson, Miss 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Louisville, Ky 

Portland, Me 

St. Louis, jMo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Little Rock, Ark 



Washington, D. C 

Whipple, Ariz 

Bronx, N. Y 

Livermore, Calif 

Northport, L. I., N. Y 

Aspinwall, Sharpsburg, Pa 

Walla Walla, Wash 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Sheridan, Wyo 

Kansas City, Mo 

Camp Custer, Mich 

Sunmount, N. Y. 

Memphis, Tenn 

Castle Point, N. Y 

Bedford, Mass 

Oteen, N. C 

San Fernando, Calif 

North Little Rock, Ark 

Jellerson Barracks, Mo 

Dwight, 111 

St. Cloud, Minn 

Tucson, Ariz 

Muskogee, Okla... -. 

Palto Alto, Calif 

Perry Point, Md 

Alexandria, La 

Waukesha, Wis... 

Gulfport, Miss 

Fort Bayard, N. M 

Northampton, Mass 

Chillicothe, Ohio 

American Lake, Wash 

North Chicago, 111 

Augusta, Ga 

Rutland Heights, Mass 

Knoxville, Iowa. 

Lake City, Fla 

Fort Lyon, Colo 

Tuskegee, Ala 

Legion, Tex. 

Outwood, Ky... 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Okla... 


4th.... 


S. C... 


7th.... 


Ohio... 


6th.... 


Md.... 


3d 


N. Y... 




Tex 


6th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


N. Y... 


41st... 


Wyo... 




Wis..-. 


12th... 


N. Y... 


26th... 


Ohio... 


22d.... 


Ala 


2d 


Nev 




Utah... 


2d 


Iowa... 


5th.... 


N. C... 


5th.... 


Tenn... 




N. H... 


1st 


R. L... 


3d 


Mass... 


2d 


Miss... 


3d 


Pa 


35th... 


Md.. 




Me 


4th.... 


Iowa... 




Iowa. . 


7th.... 


Ark.... 


5th.... 


N. Y... 




Mo 


15th... 


Ga 


10th... 


Idaho.. 


2d 


N. Y... 


18th... 


N. Mex 


1st..-. 


D. C... 




N. H... 


• 2d 


Nebr... 




Calif... 


6th.... 


Md - 




D. C... 




La 


15th... 


Ala 


9th.... 


Pa 




Colo... 


1st 


Mo.... 


10th... 


Ky 


3d 


Mich... 


nth... 


Mo 




Iowa 




Cahf... 


nth... 


La 


14th... 


Ill 


7th.... 


Me 


2d 


Ohio... 


12th... 


Wis-..- 


4th.... 


Cahf... 




Mont.. 


1st.... 






D. C... 




Ga 


1st 


Vt 


1st 


Wyo... 


At L.. 


N. H... 




Wash.. 


2d 


Fla 


4th.... 


Va 


10th... 


Ind.... 


7th.... 


Colo... 


1st 


Ind.... 


1st.... 



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121 



VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU- 

Continued 



U. S. Veterans' Bureau 

(Combined Regional Office and 
Hospital) 

Manager 

Paul I. Carter 

C. T. Hoverson 

C. II. Iludclson.. 

John M. Slaton, jr _. 

H ugh Scott 

Herbert C. Watts 

Harry B. Fralic, medical 

officer in charge. 
Charles U. Hibbard, regional 

manager. 

Areas 

Director's Representative 

Middleton E. Head 

Dallas B. Smith 

Charles W. Spoflord 

Elon F. Tandy__ 

Central Board of Appeals 

Chairvian 

Charles O. Shaw 

Otto «. Elblc 

Edward A. Keck 

William B. Nugent 

Edmund F. nulL__ _ 



Supply Depots 

Manager 

Alexander P. Newman.. 
Edward A. McGinn 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Portland, Oreg 

Fargo, N. Dak 

Boise, Idaho 

Atlanta, Oa 

Hines, 111 

Fort Harrison, Mont 
Minneapolis, Minn.. 

do 



Eastern area. New York, N. Y 

Southern area, Birmingham, Ala... 
Central area, Chicago, 111 

Western area, San Francisco, Calif. 



Section A, Washington, D. C 
Section B, New York, N. Y.... 

Section C, New Orleans, La 

Section D, Chicago, 111 

Section E, San Francisco, Calif 



Perry Point, Md. 
Chicago, 111 



Legal residence 



State *^''°S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Wash-. 
N.Dak. 
Idaho.. 

Ga 

Okla... 
Calif... 
Minn.. 

Minn.. 



La_. 
Ala. 



111-... 

Mass- 



D.C.. 
KanS-. 
B.C.. 
Iowa. . 
Wash. 



Calif- 
Ill..-. 



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



1st.. 
3d.-. 



13th-.. 



7th..-. 



10th- 
2d... 



6th- 
2d.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$6,500 
4,200 
5,600 
5,200 
7,000 
6,400 
6,500 

5,600 



7,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



6,000 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 



3,800 
3,800 



VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 
BUREAU OF PENSIONS 



Edward W. Morgan I Acting Commissioner. 

Alfred D. Wilkinson | Chief clerk 

W. Laurence Hazard 

Harry L. Richardson 

John M. Rohsion, jr 

Elmer E. Miller 

John S. Beach 

C. Grant Birdsell 

Mcrritt Ij. Dawkins 

J. Finney Engle 

Oscar J.JRandall 

Franklin J. Robinson 

De Witt C. Cook 

Charles P. Galpin 



-Assistant chief clerk 

Medical referee, chief medical division 

Chief, law division 

Disbursing clerk and chief, disbursing division. 

Chief, retirement division 

Chief, board of review 

Chief, special examination division 

Chief, invalid division 

Chief, finance division 

Chief, widow division.. 

Chief, record division 

Chief, files division 




119539—30- 



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VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 
NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS 



Headquarters Office 

National Military Home, 
Dayton, Ohio 

George II. Wood. _ 

C. W. Wadsworth 

B. F. Ilayden 

B. K. Cash 

F. W. Franke 

Roy B. Shook 

Branch Homes 

Fred C. Runklc 

Charles M. Fearsall 

Keith Ryan 

L. A. Thompson... 

Charles I. Martin 

John A. Hadley 

William MacLake 

O. K. Marshall ■ 

Everett Greer 

E. R. Lindner 

R. A. Bringham 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



President, board of managers... 

General treasurer 

Chief surgeon 

Inspector general 

Assistant general treasurer 

Superintendent, General Depot 



Governor, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio 

Governor, Northwestern Branch, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

Governor, Eastern Branch, Augusta, Me 

Governor, Southern Branch, Hampton, Va. .. 
Governor, Western Branch, Leavenworth, 

Kans. 

Governor, Pacific Branch, Sawtelle, Calif 

Medical director and superintendent, Marion 

Branch, Marion, Ind. 

Governor, Danville Branch, Danville, 111 

Governor, Mountain Branch, Johnson Citv, 

Tenn. 
Governor, and surgeon. Battle Mountain, 

Sanitarium, Hot Springs, S. Dak. 
Governor, Bath Branch, Bath, N. Y 



Ohio.. 
Ohio... 
Ohio.-. 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 



Ohio... 
Wis..._ 

Me 

Va 

Kans... 



Cong, 
dist. 



Calif. 
Ind.. 



Ill 

Tenn... 



S. Dak. 
N. Y... 



3d.. 
3d.. 
3d.. 
3d.. 
3d.. 
3d.. 

3d.. 
4th. 

1st., 
1st.. 
1st.. 

10th 
11th 

18th 

1st.. 

3d... 
37th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$4, 000 
7,000 
6,000 
5,000 
5,000 
2. COO 



5,600 
5,600 

5,200 
5,600 
5,200 

5,600 
6,500 

5.200 
5,000 

5,200 

5,200 



UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME 

The United States Soldiers' Home is for the use of old, in\'alid, and disabled soldiers of the Regular Army 
It is maintained entirely from funds derived from pay of Regular .\rmy soldiers. 



Maj. Gen. Henry P. McCain 

(retired) . 

Maj. P. W. West (retired) 

Col. W. C. Babcock (retired).. 
Col. D. S. Stanley (retired).... 
Col. Frederick McG. Hartsock 

(retired) . 



Governor. 



Deputy governor... 
Secretary-treasurer. 

Quartermaster 

Chief surgeon 



1 Pay of rank. 

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION 



Gen. John J. Pershing, U. S. 
Army. 

R. G. Woodside 

David A. Reed 

Finis J. Garrett 

John Philip Hill.. 

D. John Markey... 

Cora W. Baker 

Maj. X. H. Pric3, U. S. Army. 

Maj. \V. D. Styer, U. S. Army 
Capt. Harris Jones, U. S. Army 
Capt. H. W. Beyette, U. S. 

Army. 
Capt. O. A. Horkan, U. S. 

Army. 
Capt". H. F. K. Cahill, U. S. 

Army. 
Capt. " Donovan P. Yeuell, 

U. S. Army. 
First I/ieut. R. A. Schow, U. S. 

Army. 
James E. Mangum 



Commissioner, chairman. 



Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner, Senator from Pennsylvania... 
Commissioner, judge. United Statss Court of 

Customs and Patent Appeals. 

Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 

Commissioner, Frederick, Md 

Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 

Secretary; in charge European office, Paris, 

France. 

Assistant in charge, European oflBce 

do. 

do 



-do. 



Officer in charge, historical research 

Assistant in charge, historical research. 
Assistant in charge, European office... 
Executive assist ant 



Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Tenn. 



Md. 
Md. 
Md. 



Ga. 



(■) 

{') 
C') 

(.') 

(') 

(') 
(') 
(') 

(') 

(') 

(0 

(■) 

$3,100 



' Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service on the commission. 
> Commissioners receive no salary. 



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123 



NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

The National Advisory Committee for .\eronautics was established by act of Congress approved March 
3, 1915 (U. S. Code, title 50, sec. 151, p. 1698). Its membership was increased from 12 to 15 members by 
act approved March 2, 1929 (Public No. 908, Seventieth Congress). Its membershii) consists of two of- 
ficers of the Army, two officers of the Navy, a representative each of the Smithsonian Institution, the 
Weather Bureau, "and the Bureau of Standards, with eight additional persons acquainted with the needs 
of aeronautical science, or skilled in aeronautical engineerins or its allied sciences. The members are ap- 
pohited by the President and serve without compensation. The duties of the committee are to supervise 
and direct the scientific study of the problems of flight: also to direct and conduct research and experiment 
in aeronautics. Under the rules and regulations approved by the President, technical subcommittees 
have been established whose duties are to aid in determining the problems to be scientifically attacked in 
their respective branches of the aeronautical field and to endeavor to coordinate the research and e.vperi- 
mental work involved in the study of the problems agreed upon. The major subcommittees are those 
dealing with aeroilynamics, power plants for aircraft, materials for aircraft, problems of air navigation, 
aircraft accidents, and aeronautical inventions and designs. These subcommittees are composed in part of 
specially appointed representatives of the War, Navy, and Commerce air organizations. The committee 
directly conducts research and experiments in aeronautics at the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Labora- 
tory, Langley Field, Va. It conducts the Office of Aeronautical Intelligence, for the collection, analysis, 
classification, and dissemination of scientific and technical data on aeronautics obtained from all parts of 
the world; and passes upon the merits of aeronautical inventions and designs submitted to any branch of 
the Government. The entire committee meets twice a year, in October and April; the executive committee 
and the various subcommittees hold regular and special meetings as necessary. 





OFFICIAL TITLE .\.\D ST.\TION 


Legal residence 


Com- 




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


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Joseph S. .\mes, Ph. D 


Chairman; President Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md. 
Vice chairman. . _ . 


Md.... 

Va 

Mass... 
Calif... 
Calif... 

D. C - 


2d 

8th.. _. 
8th.... 

3d 

8th...- 


(') 

(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 

(•) 
(1) 


David W. Taylor, D. Eng 


Charles O. Abbot, Sc. D 

George K. Burgess, Sc. D 

William F. Durand, Ph. D 

Maj. Gen. James E. Fechet, 


Member; Secretary Smithsonian Institution. 

Member; Director Bureau of Standards 

Member; professor emeritus of mechanical 
engineering, Stanford University, Calif. 

Member; Chief of Air Corps, War Depart- 
ment. 

Member; chief, materiel division. Air Corps, 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Member; American ambassador to Cuba 

Member; New York City 


U. S. .\rmy. 
Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. 


Conn.- 




Foulois, U. S. .\rmy. 
Harry F. Guggenheim, M. A__ 
William P. AlacCracken, jr., 


N. Y... 
Ill 

Ohio.-. 

S. C... 

Mass... 

D. C... 


1st 

10th. .- 

12th__. 

1st 

8th___. 


(■) 
(') 

(') 

(') 

(■) 

(!) 


Ph. B. 
Charles F. Marvin. M. E 

Rear Admiral William .\. 

Motlett, U. S. Navy. 
S. W. Stratton. Sc. D 

Capt. John H. Towers, U. S. 


Member; Chief, United States Weather Bu- 
reau. 

Member; Chief, Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy 
Department. 

Member; President >.Iassachusetts Institute 
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. 

Member; assistant chief. Bureau of Aero- 


Navy. 

Edward P. Warner, M. S 

Orville Wright, Sc. D 

George W. Lewis, M. M. E 

John F. Victory, LI. M 

Edward H. Chamberlin 

In charge of Field Stations 

Henry J. E. Reid, E. E 

John J. Ide 


nautics. 
Member; editor ''Aviation," New York City. 
Member; Dayton, Ohio 


Mass... 
Ohio 


8th_..- 

3d 

6th. _-- 


(>) 
(') 

$9,000 
400 


Director of aeronautical research 


Md.... 
D. C 


Secretarv- 


Chiefclerk 


Md...- 

Conn_- 
N. Y. 


(th.__. 
2d 


4 000 


Engineer in charge, Langley Memorial Aero- 
nautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va. 
Technical assistant in Europe, Paris, France. 


6,200 
7 000 









' Members of the National .Advisory Committee for .Aeronautics serve without compensation. 

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LAW OBSERVANCE AND 
ENFORCEMENT 



George W. Wickersham Chairman. 

Henry W. Anderson Member.. 

Newton D. Baker do 

Ada L. Comstock do 

William I. Grubb.. ..do 

William 8. Keuyon do 

Monte M. Lemann do 

Frank J. Loesch do 

Kenneth Mackintosh I do 

PaulJ. McCormick I do 

Roseoe Pound ! do 



N. Y.. 
Va.-.. 
Ohio.. 
Mass.. 
Ala... 
Iowa.. 
La.--. 

Ill 

Wash- 
Calif-- 
Mass.. 



(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
0) 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 



' Serves without compensation. 



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UNITED STATES COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE 

The Council of National Defense, composed of members of the Cabinet, was charged by the act of August 
29, 191fi, among other things, with the "coordination of industries and resources for the national security 
and welfare" and with the "creation of relations which will render possible in time of need the immediate 
concentration and utilization of the resources of the Nation." No appropriations have been made for nor 
any meetings held by the council since the fiscal year 1921. The records of the Council of National Defense, 
as well as those of the War Industries Board and the Committee oa Public Information, are now under the 
jurisdiction of the Assistant Secretary of War, who is charged by law (act of June 4, 1920) with the "assur- 
ance of adequate provision for the mobilization of materiel and industrial organizations essential to war- 
time needs." 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 




Secretary of War, chairman. . . . 








Secretary of the Navv -. 








Ray L Wilbur 


Secretary of the Interior 








Arthur M Hvde 


Secretary of Agriculture 








R. P. Lamont 

James J. Davis 

Col. J. P. Hasson, U. S. Army. 


Secretary of Commerce ... .. 






















(') 












' Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation as custodian of records. 

THE JOINT BOARD 

The Joint Board is established by joint agreement of the Secretaries of War and the Navy, to consider 
and reach common conclusions on all matters calling for the cooperation of the two services. It is appointed 
jointly by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 



Gen. Charles P. Summerall 1 Chief of Staff 

Maj. Gen. Preston Brown I Deputy Chief of Staff 

Brig. Gen. Geo. S. Simonds I Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division. 

Admiral C. F. Hughes i Chief of Naval Operations 

Rear Admiral William H. | Assistant Chief of Naval Operations 

Standley. 
Rear Admiral Montgomery M. 

Taylor. 
Jar vis Butler 



Director, War Plans Division, Office of 

Naval Operations. 
Secretary 



S. Dak. 



(0 
(') 
(0 

{') 
(') 

(0 
!$5,000 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of The Joint Board. 

- Detailed from Navy Department; no additional compensation as secretary of The Joint Board. 

THE AERONAUTICAL BOARD 

The Aeronautical Board is established by agreement of the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the 
Navy to investigate, studv, and report upon all questions affecting jointly the development and employ- 
ment of the Army Air Service and naval aviation and to prevent duplication of effort in the several activi- 
ties. It is appointed jointly by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 



Chief of Air Corps .- 

Chief of Training and War Plans Division, 

Air Corps. 
Member of War Plans Division, General 

Staff. 
Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics 



Maj. Gen. James E. Fechet... 

Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. 
Foulois. 

Lieut. Col. Edward W. Wild- 
rick. 

Rear Admiral William A. 
Moffett. 

Commander R. K. Turner | Chief of Plans Division, Bureau of Aeronau- 

j tics. 

Capt. Lewis Coxe i Member of War Plans Division, Naval 

I Operations. 

Jarvis Butler Secretary 



S. Dak. 



1st... 



(') 
(') 

(0 

(') 

0) 

(') 

1 $5,000 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of The Aeronautical Board. 

^ Detailed from Navy Department; no additional compensation as secretary of The Aeronautical Board. 

COMMISSION ON NAVY YARDS AND NAVAL STATIONS 

Appointed by direction of the President to carry out provisions of the act of Congress, approved August 
29, 1916, relative to the establishment of navy yards, naval stations, and submarine and aviation bases. 



Rear Admiral Washington L. 

Capps (CC). U. S. Navy 

(Ret.). 
Rear .A.dmiral Harry H. Rous- 
l seau (CEC), U. S. Navy. 



Commissioner. 



.do. 



i^Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Apoendix. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 



125 



NATIONAL SCREW THREAD COMMISSION 





OFFICI.\L TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


(Jeorge K. Burgess . . 


Chairman (Director. Bureau of Standard-s) . . 


Calif... 
Ohio... 

Conn.. 

D. C. 


3d 

20th... 

3d 


(') 


lyieut Col. E C. Peck, U. S. 


(2) 


Army. 
Col. John 0. Johnson, U. S. 
Army. 


do 

Representing the Navy Department 


(') 
(') 


Paine, U. S. Navy. 
Lieut. Commander Ilerman A. 

Spanagel, U. S. Navy. 
Frank O. AVells 


do. 

Representing the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 
do --- 


Ohio... 
Mass.- . 

R. I-... 

Conn._ 

Ohio... 
Me 


16th-.. 
1st 

3d 

1st 

20th _ - 
2d 


(') 




(2) 


Earle Buckingham. 


Representing the Society of Automotive En- 
gineers, 
do - -- 


(') 


George S. Case 


(''^ 


H. W. Bearce 


Secretary (principal scientist, Bureau of 
Standards). 


(1) 







' Receives no compensation as a member of the National Screw Thread Commission. 
' Serves without compensation. 

UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Frank Bond 


Chairman (room 5323, Interior Department) -- 

Chairman, executive committee; geographer, 
Department of Slate. 

Secretary (office, map division, Library of 
Congress). 

Geographer, Bureau of the Census, Depart- 
ment of Commerce. 

Ethnologist, Bureau of American Ethnology, 
Smithsonian Institution. 

Night assistant production manager, Gov- 
ernment Printing Office. 

Hydrographer, Hydrographic Office, Depart- 
ment of the Navy. 

Board of Surveys and Maps, Interior Depart- 
ment. 

Chief, division of maps, Librarv of Congress- 


Wyo .. 




' $3, 800 


Samuel W. Boggs 






(1) 


John J. Cameron . . .. 






' 3 200 


Clarence E. Batschelet 






(■) 
(■) 
(') 
(■) 
(>) 
0) 


J. N. B. Hewitt 






Edward A. Huse 






Rear Admiral W. R. QherardL 






J. H. Wheat-- 






Col. Lawrence Martin 






Nelson A. Tacy 


Superintendent, division of postmasters' ap- 
pointments. Post Office Department. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, Department of 
Commerce. 

General Staff, AVar Department 






(') 


Capt. R. S. Patton 






(t) 


Lieut. Col. John P. Terrell 






(') 
(I) 


George R. Putnam 


Commissioner of Lighthouses, Department 

of commerce. 
Topographer, Post Office Department 






Lieut. Col. A. C. Roberts . 






(■) 


Dr. Helen M. Strong 


Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 
Department of Commerce. 

Assistant Forester, Forest Service, Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 

United States Coast Guard, Treasury Depart- 
ment. 






(') 


Edward E. Carter _ 






(') 


Oliver M. Maxam 






(') 











1 The chairman and secretary are the only ofHcials whose salary is paid from this board's appropriation . 
The membership is made up of representatives from the various branches of the Government service 
indicated. 

THE BOARD OF SURVEYS AND MAPS OF FEDERAL 
GOVERNMENT 



Lieut. Col. R. R. Ralston Chairman, Corps of Engineers, War Depart- 
ment. 

J. O. Staack Vice chairman. Geological Survey, Depart- 
ment of the Interior. 

J. H. Wheat Secretary, Geological Survey, Department 

of the Interior. 



I The membership of this board is made up of representatives from branches of the Government service, 
who receive no additional compensation for their duties on the board. 



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COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 
dist. 


tion 


Charles Moore 


Commissioner, chairman 


Mich 






Abram Garfield . ... 


Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner 

do 


Ohio . 








N. Y... 








N.Y_ 






Ezra Winter 


do J N.Y 






John W. Cross 


do i N.Y. 






..do N.Y 






Executive secretary and administrative 
officer. 


Wis-..- 




$3,500 











' Serve without compensation; the members are reimbursed for their traveling expenses. 

NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION 



Frederic A. Delano 

Col. AVilliam B. Ladue, U. S 

Army. 
Horace M. Albright 

R. Y. Stuart 

Arthur Capper 

Frederick N. Zihlman 

Frederick Law Olmsted 

William A. Delano 

J. C. Nichols 

Maj. Gen. Lytle Brown 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d 
U. S. Army. 



Chairman 

Engineer Commissioner, District of Columbia 

Director National Park Service, Department 

of Interior. 
Chief, Forest Service, Department of Agri- 
culture. 
Chairman Senate Committee on the District 

of Columbia. 
Chairman House Committee on the District 
of Columbia. 

Brookline, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Kansas City, Mo 

Chief of Enginers, U. S. Army 

Director, Public Buildings and Public Parks 
of National Capital, vice chairman, execu- 
tive and disbursing officer. 



(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 

0) 

(») 
(*) 
(}) 
(») 
(■) 



I Pay of rank or position, receives no additional compensation far service on the commission. 
« Serves without compensation. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC PARKS 



Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, .3d, 

U. S. Army. 
First Lieut. F. B. Butler, U. S. 

Army. 
Capt. Edward N. Chisolm, jr., 

U. S. Army. 

Edward F. Concklin 

Bert C. Gardner 

James F. Gill 

Maj. D. n. Gillette, U. S. Army 

Charles Henlock-.. 

Frank T. Gartside 

Capt. R. C. Montgomery, U. 

S. Army. 
Sumpter J. Oliver 



Director. 



Assistant director _ 



.do. 



Special assistant 

Chief, administrative division 

Chief, buildings division 

Assistant, Arlington Memorial Bridge Com- 
mission; also chief, engineering division. 

Chief, horticultural division 

Chief, parks division 

Chief, protection division 



Chief, supply division. 



N. Y. 
Iowa. 

N. J., 



D. C. 
Md.. 



22d- 
2d-.. 
10th. 



4th. ._ 



8th.. 



(>) 
(') 
(') 

$3,400 
4,000 
5,600 

(') 

3,400 
4,800 

(') 

3,600 



' Pay of rank; no additional compensation for this service. 

ROCK CREEK AND POTOMAC PARKWAY COMMISSION 



Andi ew W. Mellon 

Patrick J. Hurley 

Arthur M. Ilvde 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 

U. S. Army. 
George E. Clark 



Secretary of the Treasury 

Secretary of War._ 

Secretary of Agriculture 

Executive and disbursing officer. 

Civil engineer 



Va. 



(') 
$4,800 



I Pay of mnk; no additional compensation for this service. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 127 

ARLINGTON MEMORIAL BRIDGE COMMISSION 



Herbert Iloover 

Charlas Curtis 

Nicholas Longworth. 
Henry W. Keyes 



Richard N. ElUott. 



Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 

U. S. Army. 
Maj. D. H. Gillette, U. S. 

Army. 
John L. Nagle -. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



President of the United States, chairman 

President of the Senate - _ 

Speaker of the House of Representatives 

Chairman Senate Committee on Public 

Buildings and Grounds. 
Chairman HoiLse Committee on Public 

Buildings and Grounds. 
Executive and disbursing officer 



Assistant. __ -. 

Designing engineer. 



Legal residence 



State 



111. 



Cong, 
dist. 



3d. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(') 
(') 
$6,000 



• Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION 



United States Section 



JohnH. Bartlett.. 
P. J. McCumber... 

A. O. Stanley. 

William H. Smith. 



Commissioner N. H... 

do : N.Dak. 

do I Ky 

Secretary : D. C... 



Canadian Section 



Charles A. Magrath__ i Commissioner. 

Sir William Hearst, K. C. M. O do 

Q. W. Kyte, K. C do 

Lawrence J. Burpee.. Secretary 



$10, 000 
10,000 
10,000 
5,200 



I Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION— UNITED 
STATES, ALASKA, AND CANADA 



United States Section 



James H. Van Wagenen j Commissioner 

Jesse Hill l Engineer to the commission. 



R. N. Ashmun. 
Edgar .\. Klapp. 



Mathematician. 

Secretary and disbursing officer. 



Canadian Section 

D. Craig Commissioner (Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, Canada). 
John A. Pounder j Engineer to the commission. 



Iowa.. 
Calif.. 
Wash. 
Miss.. 



8th. 
8th. 
3d.. 
7th. 



$8,000 
5,400 
4,800 
3,500 



1 Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 

INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES COMMISSION— UNITED 
STATES AND CANADA 



American Section 

Henry O'Malley -._ 1 Member, Commissioner of Fisheries, Depart- 
ment of Commerce, Bureau of Fisheries. 
Miller Freeman I Member, Seattle, Wash 



Canadian Section 

J. P. Babcock ^ Chairman, Victoria, British Columbia. 

W. M. Found I Member, Ottawa 



' No additional compensation for service on commission. 

2 Serves without compensation; reimbursed for traveling e.xpenses. 

' Paid by the Canadian Government. 



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CLAIMS COMMISSIONS— UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 



OFFICIAJ. TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



btaie jjjgj,_ 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



General Claims Commission 



Horacio F. Alfaro..- 

Fred K. Nielsen 

O. Fernandez ATacGregor 

Benedict M. English 

Jose Romero 

Clement L. Bouve 

Marshall Morgan 

John J. McDonald 

Bartolome Carbajal y Rosas 



President of commission.. 
American commissioner... 

Mexican commissioner 

A merican secretary 

Mexican secretary 

American agent 

Assistant American agent. 

do 

Mexican agent 



Special Claims Commission 

Horacio F. Alfaro. i President of commission. 

Ernest B. Perry ] American commissioner. _. 

F. Gonzalez Roa Mexican commissioner 

Noble Marruni American secretary 

J. .\spe Suinaga ! Mexican secretary 

Clement L. Bouve American agent 

M arshall M organ , Assistant American agent . 

John J. McDonald j do 

Lie. .\.quiles Elorduy ; Mexican agent 



Nebr. 



Nebr. 



Md... 
Tenn. 
N. H. 



Nebr. 



Utah. 



Md... 
Tenn. 
N. H. 



(') 
? 12, 000 

(2) 

5,000 

(') 
3 12,000 

7,500 

7.500 

(2) 



(>) 
12,000 

3,500 
(') 
3 12. 000 
7,500 
7,500 
(2) 



' Compensation paid in equal moiety by the 2 Governments. 

2 Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 

5 Acts as American agent of both the General and Special Claims Commissions. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION 
STATES AND MEXICO 



UNITED 



United States Section 

L. M. Lawson.. _. Commissioner, El Paso, Tex. 

C. M. Ainsworth Consulting engineer, El Paso, Tex. 

C. S. Kerr. Assistant engineer, El Paso, Tex. 

Clark W. Creps Secretary and special disbursing officer. El 

I Paso, Tex. 
M. B. Moore I Assistant secretary 



Mexican Section . 

Gustavo P. Serrano i Commissioner, Sonora 

Armando Santacruz, jr Consulting engineer, Mexico, D. F. 

Jose Hernandez Ojeda... ..I Secretary, Guanajuato 

Joaquin C. Bustamente j First engineer 



Calif... 
N.Mex. 

Tex 

Tex 

Tex 



9th... 
At L. 



16th_ 
16th. 



$8, 000 
4,800 
3,600 
4,000 

3,000 



' Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 

INTERNATIONAL WATER COMMISSION— UNITED STATES 

AND MEXICO 



American Section 

L. M. Lawson. 

W. E. Anderson 

Louis C. Hill 

M. B. Moore. 

Karl F. KeUer 

Mexican Section 

Fortunato Dozal 

Gustavo P. Serrano 

Ignacio Lopez Bancalari.. 
Armando Santacruz, jr... 

Federico Ramos 

R. Fernandez MacGregor 



Commissioner, El Paso, Tex 

Consulting engineer, San Banito, Tex... 
Consulting engineer, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Secretary, El Paso, Tex 

Assistant engineer, El Paso, Tex 



Chairman, Mexico, D. F 

Commissioner, El Paso, Tex 

Commissioner, Mexico, D. F 

Technical Adviser, El Paso, Tex.. 

Secretary, Mexico, D. F 

Assistant secretary, Mexico, D. F. 



Tex 

Tex 

Calif... 

Tex 

Utah... 



16th... 
15th... 
9th.... 
16th... 



(0 
.$6,000 

(^) 

3,800 



' American Boundary Commissioner; no additional compensation; see above. 

' On per diem when actually employed. 

3 Assistant secretary. International Boundary Commission; no additional compensation; see above. 

* Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 



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129 



INTER AMERICAN HIGH COMMISSION— UNITED STATES 

SECTION 





OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


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


State 


Cong. 

dist. 


tion 




Honorary chairman (Secretary of the Treas- 
ury). 


Pa 




R. P. Lamont 

Wesley L. Jones - 


111 




Vice chairman (chairman of the Committee 


Wash. 




(') 


on Commerce of the United States Senate). 
Member (president, Chamber of Commerce 

of the United States). 
Member (secretary of the National Foreign 


111. 




0. K. Davis 


N. Y... 






John H Fahey 


Trade Council). 

Member (Worcester Evening Post) 

Member (treasurer of the National Confer- 
ence of Commissioners on Uniform State 
Laws). 

Member (member of the Federal Reserve 
Board). 

Honorary member (Director General of the 
Pan American Union). 

Secretary (Director, Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce, Department of Com- 
merce). 

Assistant Secretary (Chief, Foreign Confer- 
ence Section, Department of Commerce). 


Mass... 






William 0. Hart 


La 






A. C. Miller 


Cahf... 






L. S. Rowe 


Pa 






William L. Cooper 


Calif... 






M. H. Bletz 


Pa 












$.3,000 











' Serves on the commission without compensation. 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Director Oeneral. — L. S. Rowe. 

Assistant director.— E. Gil Borges. 

Counselor. — Franklin Adams. 

Foreign trade adviser. — William A. Reid. 

CTiifi/c/er/:.— William V. Griffin. 

The Pan American Union (formerly International Bureau of the .American Republics) is the official 
international organization of all the Republics of the Western Hemisphere, founded and maintained by 
them for the purpose of exchanging mutually useful information and fostering commerce, intercourse, 
friendship, and peace. It is supported through their joint contributions, each nation annually paying 
that part of the budget of expenses which its population bears to the total population of all the RepubUcs. 
Its general control is vested in a governing board made up of the diplomatic representatives in Washington 
of all the Latin-American Governments and the Secretarj' of State of the United States. It is strictly 
international in its scope, purpose, and control, and each nation has equal authority in its adminitration. 
The Pan American Union occupies and owns a monumental building on extensive grounds in Washinton, 
D. C, overlooking the White House park. 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 



Honorary director.— Xir. Carlos Enrique Paz Soldan, Lima, Peru. 

Director.— Surg. Gen. Hugh S. Cumming, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant to the Director.— Surg. Bolivar J. Lloyd, United States Public Health Service, Washington, 1>. C 

Vice director. — Dr. Mario G. Lebredo, Havana, Cuba. 

Secretary. — Dr. Sebastian Lorente, Lima, Peru. 

Scientific editor and chief translator. — Dr. Aristides A. Moll, Washington, D. C. 

Members Directing CoundL-iyr. Solon Ni'mez F., San Jose. Costa Rica; Dr. Ramon Baez Soler, Santo 
Domingo, Dominican Republic; Dr. Justo F. Gonzalez, Montevideo, Uruguay; Dr. Joao Pedro de Albu- 
querque, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Traveling representati':e.— Surg. John D. Long, United States Public Health Service. 

Epidemiolf0st.—SiiTg. C. R. Eskey, United States Public Health Service. 

The Pan American Sanitary Bureau was established in accordance with a resolution of the Second Inter- 
national Conference of American States, held in the City of Mexico, 1901-2, under the name of International 
Sanitary Bureau. The Fifth International American Conference, held in Chile in 1923, changed the name 
to Pan American Sanitary Bureau. It was established upon a treaty basis by the Seventh Pan .Vmerican 
Sanitary Conference, which met in Havana, Cuba, in 1924. The bure.iu works in close cooperation with 
the Pan American Union, and acts as a clearing house of sanitary information of the Western Hemisphere. 
The bureau publishes a monthly bulletin containing sections in Spanish, Portuguese, and French, copies 
of which can be had on application. , 



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MIXED CLAIMS COMMISSION— UNITED STATES AND 

GERMANY 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Umpire 



Roland W. Boyden.. 
Ephraim P. Bowyer. 



Umpire 

Law clerk to umpire. 



Conun'ssion and Secretariat 



Chandler P. Anderson. 
Wilhelm Kiesselbach... 

Eobert E. Newby 

Max Martin 



American commissioner 

German commissioner 

Joint secretary on part of United States. 
Joint secretary on part of Germany 



Mass...! 6th. 
S. Dak. 1st. 



N. Y...! 17th. 



Iowa... 9th 



American Agency 



Robert W. Bonynge. 

Harold H. Martin 

John J. Edwards 

E. Russell Lutz 

Jackson C. Lusby 



Agent 

Counsel and assistant to the agent . 
do 



Attorney and secretary 

Administrative and disbursing officer. 



N. Y... 
Kans... 
Tenn... 
D. C... 
Md.... 



German Agency 



Karl von Lewinski. 

T.J. Healy 

Frederick Roth 

Carl Grossmann 



German agent. 

Counsel 

do _ 

do 



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



6th. 



1 $12,500 
■•2 5,000 



12,000 
3,500 



12,000 
7,500 
6,500 
4,000 

2 4,000 



' Compensation paid one-half by United States and one-half by Germany. 
2 See Tripartite Claims Commission and War Claims -Arbiter, below. 
' Compensation paid by German Government. 

TRIPARTITE CLAIMS COMMISSION* 
(UNITED STATES, AUSTRIA, AND HUNGARY) 



Robert W. Bonynge ' American Agent 

Jackson C. Lusby i Administrative and disbursing officer. 

Ephraim P. Bowyer Secretary of the commission 



N. Y...I 17th. 
Md.-_.| 6th.. 
S. Dak 1st.. 



* Being wound up. 

' Compensation paid from appropriation for Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, 
above. 

2 Serving without compensation. See Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, 
above, and War Claims Arbiter, below. 

WAR CLAIMS ARBITER * 



James W. Remick.... ! War Claims Arbiter... 

Ephraim P. Bowyer | Secretary to arbiter 

Conway N. Kitchen i Special assistant 

Jackson C. Lusby l Administrative and disbursing officer. 



N. H... 
S. Dak. 
D. C... 


2d 

1st.... 


Md..-. 


6th.... 



$10,000 

12,000 

6,000 

> 1, 250 



* Functioning under Settlement of War Claims Act of 1928. 

1 See also Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, and Tripartite Claims Commission 
above. 

WAR FINANCE CORPORATION 





(In liquidation) 








George R. Cooksev '_ 




D. C... 




None. 


Flovd R. Harrison ' 




D. C 




None. 


C hester Morrill -' 

William T. McKeown " 

Listen P. Bethea « 


General counsel.-* 

Secretary and treasurer 

Assistant secretary and treasurer 


Tenn.. 
S. Dak. 
Pa 


2d 

2d 

8th.... 


None. 
None. 
None. 



' Also member of the Federal Farm Loan Board. 

^ Also secretary and general counsel, Federal Farm Loan Bureau. 

' Also chief of securities division. Federal Farm Loan Bureau. 

* Also assistant chief of securities division. Federal Farm Loan Bureau. 



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131 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

The Smithsonian Institution was created by act of Congress in 1846, under the terms of the will of James 
Smithson, an Englishman, wlio in 1826 bequeuthed his fortune to the United Stales to found, at Washing- 
ton, under the name of the " Smithsonian Institution," an establishment for the " increase and diffusion 
of knowledge among men." The Smithson fund has been increased by other bequests and gifts. The 
institution is legally an establishment having as its members the President of the United States, the Vice 
President, the Chief Justice, and the President's Cabinet. It is governed by a board of regents consisting 
of the Vice President, the Chief Justice, three Members of the United States Senate, three Members of 
the House of Representatives, and six citizens of the United States appointed by joint resolution of Con- 
gress, all of whom serve without compensation. The Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is its execu- 
tive officer and the director of its activities. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 

Charles G. Abbot.. 

Alexander Wetmore. 

H. W. Dorsey 

N. W. Dorsey,- 

Webster P. True 

William Lee Corbin 

James G. Traylor 



Secretary - 

Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk and administrative assistant to the 
secretary. 

Treasurer and disbursing agent — — 

Editor 

Librarian - - 

Appointment clerk 



Mass.. 
Kans.. 



8th. 
2d.. 



(') 

!$9,000 

(') 

3 5, 500 

(') 

(■) 
* 3, 440 



GOVERNMENT BUREAUS UNDER DIRECTION OF SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 



U. S. National Museum 



Alexander Wetmore 

William de C. Ravenel. 



Leonhard Stejneger. 

R. S. Bassler 

Walter Hough _ 



Bureau of American 
Ethnology 



M. W. Stirling.... 

International Exchanges 
Charles G. Abbot 

National Zoological Park 



Assistant secretary in charge 

Administrative assistant to the secretary, 
director of arts and industries. 

Head curator of biology 

Head curator of geology.. 

Head curator of anthropology 



Chief- 



Secretary, in charge. 



William M. Mann | Director 

E. P. Walker : Assistant director. 



Astrophysical Observatory 



Charles G. Abbot. 

L. B. Aldrich 

A. F. Moore 



Harlan H. Zodtner. 



International Catalogue of 
Scientific Literature 



Secretary (director) — 

Assistant director 

Director, observing station (Table Mountain, 
Calif.). 

Director, observing station (Mount Monte- 
zuma, Chile). 



L. C. Gunnell 

National Gallery of Art j 
WUliam H. Holmes.. Director 



Assistant in charge. 



Kans.. 
S. C- 



D. C... 
Ohio... 
W.Va.. 



Calif. 



Mass... 



Mont.. 
Alaska. 



Mass... 

Wis. 

Calif 



Calif. 



D C- 



2d.. 
7th. 



2d- 



8th. 



1st. 



8th.. 



10th. 
10th. 



111. 



2d. 



$9,000 
6,000 

6,000 
5,600 
6,000 



7,000 



6,500 
4,800 



(') 

5,000 

3,500 



3,500 
6,500 



' Paid from Smithsonian fund. 

2 Paid from " Salaries and expenses, Smithsonian Institution," appropriation. Also charged with super- 
vision of the scientific activities of the National Zoological Park and the National Gallery of Art. 

3 Paid from National Museum and International Exchange appropriations and Freer Gallery. 
* Paid from National Museum appropriation and Smithsonian fund. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Board of Commissioners 



Luther H. Roichelderfer 

Herbert B. Crosby 

Maj. John C. Gotwals, U. S. 
Army. 



Executive Office 

Daniel E. Garges 

Auditor's Office 



Daniel J. Donovan... 
Arthur R. Pilkerton. 
Simon McKimmie... 
William G. Wilding. 



Assessor's Office 



Wilham P. Richards... 

Charles 11. Russell 

Fred D. Allen 

Livingston S. Johnson. 

(Vacancy) 

Frank A. Gunther 

John T. Bardrofl 

Augustus Willige 

Daniel II. Edwards 

Lloyd F. Gaines 

Mary C. Fitzgerald 



Collector's Office 



C. M. Towers... 
W. D. Clark, jr. 



Purchasing Office 



Marion C . Ilargrove _ . 
Mellville D. Lindsay. 
J. Thomas Kennedy.. 
George F. Teachum... 



License Bureau 



Wade H. Coombs.. 
Edward E. Bailey. 



Office of Corporation Counsel 



Wilham W. Bride 

Vernon E. West 

Robert E. Lynch 

Francis H. Stephens 

Walter L. Fowler 

Edward W. Thomas | do, 

Wilham H. Wahly.... ....! do 

Thomas F. Cameron I do 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Commissioner, President of Board 

Commissioner 

do 



Secretary to board. 



-Auditor 

Principal assistant auditor 

.Assistant auditor and chief clerk. 
Assistant auditor.. 



Assessor 

Deputy assessor... 
Assistant assessor. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do.... 

do 

do... 



.do. 



Collector of taxes 

Deputy collector of ta.xes. 



Purchasing officer 

Principal assistant purchasing officer. 

Deputy purchasing officer 

-■Assistant purchasing officer 



Superintendent of licenses. 
Chief clerk 



Corporation counsel... 

Principal assistant corporation counsel. 

Assistant corporation counsel 

....do 

...do 



Chester H. Gray. 
T. Gillespie Walsh... 

Stanley De Neale 

Edward M. Welliver. 

Raymond Sparks 

Adam A. Giebel 



Weights, Measures, and 
Markets 



.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

Chief clerk. 



George M. Roberts 1 Superintendent. 

W. C. Diller I Chief inspector.. 



Legal residence 



State 


Cong. 
Dlst. 


D. C... 




D. C 




D. C 




D. C... 




D. C 




Md 




D. C 




D. C... 




D. C... 




D. C 




D. C. 




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D. C 




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Md 

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6th.... 


D. C 




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Md__.. 
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6th_... 


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D. C 




D. C... 





' Pay of rank plus so much as may be necessary to make salary $9,000. 



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133 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Contiuued 



Insurance Department 



Thomas M. Baldwin, jr. 
Frank B. Bryan, jr 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Office of Veterinary 

Frederick W. Grenfell 

Coroner's Office 



J. K. Nevitt, M. D_ 

J. D. Rogers, M. D 

A. Magruder Macdonald. 



Superintendent 

Deputy superintendent and examiner- 



Veterinary surgeon. 



Legal residence 



gt t Cong. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 



Coroner i D. C. 

Deputy coroner ! D. C. 

do D. C. 



Office of Director of Traffic 



William H. Harland. 
Maurice O. Eldridge. 
Alfred Q. Seller 



Free Public Library 



George F. Bowennan. 

Clara W. Herbert 

Helen L. Cavanaugh.. 
Ralph L. Thompson.. 

Louise P. Latimer 

Frances S. Osborne... 
Rebecca P. Warner... 
Lorena Mondereau 



Director . '• D. G. 

Assistant director J. D. C. 

Administrative assistant , Md.. 



Chief librarian j D. C. 

Assistant librarian | D. C. 

Chief clerk and assistant to librarian D. C. 

Librarian, Mount Pleasant branch library...! D. C. 

Director, work with children | D. C. 

Librarian, Southeastern branch library \ D. C. 

Librarian, Takoma Park branch library j D. C. 

Librarian, Woodridge subbranch library 1 D. C. 



Public Utilities Commission 



Chairman D. C. 



Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick, 
U. S. Army (retired). 

Harleigh H. Hartman Vice chairman i D. C. 

Maj. John C. Gotwals i Commissioner _ D. C. 

Richmond B. Keech f People's counsel D. C. 

John M. Nicholson j Assistant to people's counsel Md.. 

E. V. Fisher Executive secretary D. C. 

B. M. Bachman.. Accountant D. C. 

Walter H. Dunlap Engineer D. C. 

E. J. Milligan Chief clerk Md.. 



Engineer Department 
Roland M. Brennan 



Chief clerk. 



Building Inspection Division 

John W. Oehmann ' Inspector of buildings 

J. William Downing Deputy inspector of buildings... 

John Ritchie, jr. Chief clerk 

Plumbing Inspection Division 

Alfred R. McGonegal Inspector of plumbing 

Sanmel Tapp .Assistant inspector of plumbing. 

John A. Kane ; Chief clerk.. 



D. C. 



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



Municipal Architect's Office i 
! 

Albert L. Harris _. Municipal architect 

Seabrook B. Walsh ..j Assistant municipal architect... 

John A. Long... ' Engineer in charge, repair shop. 



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



Surface Division 

H. C. Whitehurst j Engineer of highways i D 

L. P. Robertson j Deputy engineer of highways J D 

C. R. Whyte i Engineer of bridges .! D 

No additional compensation for service on this commission. 



5th. 



5th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 




7,500 
5, 000 
4, COO 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



Engineer Department — Con. 
Surveyor's Office 



Melvin C. Hazen. 
William I. Boyd.. 
Edward A. Dent.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Sewer Department 

John Blake Gordon 

Electrical Department 



Warren B. Hadley. 
WaUer E. Kern 



Trees and Parking Department 



Clifford Lanham. 
C. B. Wallace.--- 



City Refuse Department 



Morris Ilacker. 
T. L. Costigan. 



Water Department 



Douglas W. Holton 

Humphrey Beckett 

E. H. Grove 

Paul Lanham 

Norman B. Robertson. 



Board of Education 



Charles F. Carusi 

Frank W. Ballou.- 

Stephen E. Kramer 

Garnet C. Wilkinson 

J. J. Crane 

Robert L. Haycock 

A. K. Savoy 

Jessie La Salle 

Howard H. Long 

Rose Lees Hardy 

Raymond O. Wilmarth. 

Harry English 

Sybil Baker 

Harry <J. Hine 

R. W. Holt 

Fay L. Bcntley 

Hugh F. McQueeney... 

Henry W. Draper 

Janet Mc William 

Seldon M. Ely 

Walter B. Patterson 

E. A. Hummer 

Leon L. Perry 

John C. Bruce 

Mineola Kirkland 

Florence M. Rogers 

G. D. Strayer, jr 



Surveyor 

Assistant surveyor - 
Assistant engineer.. 



Sanitary engineer. 



Electrical engineer 

Assistant electrical engineer. 



Superintendent- D. C 

Assistant superintendent i D. C 



Legal residence 



State 



D. C. 

D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 



Supervisor city refuse | D. C. 

Superintendent street cleaning i D. C. 



Superintendent ' D. C. 

Engineer D. C. 

Water registrar j D. C. 

Chief, water surveys D. C. 

Chief clerk ...i D. C. 



Playground Department 

Susie Root Rhodes Supervisor of playgrounds. 

3 $180 per annum deducted for house. 



President Board of Education D. 

Superintendent of schools D. 

First assistant superintendent D. 

do D. 

do D. 

Assistant superintendent D. 

do D. 

do D. 

do _- D. 

do D. 

do -._ D. 

Chief, board of examiners D. 

General director community centers D. 

Secretary Board of Education D. 

Chief accountant i D. 

Director school attendance and work permits.! D. 

Superintendent of janitors 1 D. 

Supervising principal 1 D. 



.do. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do- 

Statistician. 



D. C- 



Cong. 
Dist. 



D. C 

D. C..-I 



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135 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



Metropolitan Police 
Department 



Henry O. Pratt 

William S. Shelby 

Ernest W. Brown... 

William H. Harrison 

Albert J. Headley 

Louis J. StolL 

Thaddeus R. Bean 

Frank S. W. Burke 

Ogden T. Davis 

William G. Stott 

Fred M. Cornwell. 

William E. Sanford 

John M. Walsh 

Maurice Collins 

Robert E. Doyle 

James E. Wilson 

Ira Sheetz 

Charles T. Peck 

Caney L. Plemmons 

Charles P. M. Lord 

Charles H. Breramerman. 

Walter Emerson 

Benjamin A. Lamb 

Lewis L H. Edwards 

James F. Beckett.. 

James E. Bnbo 

Joseph W. Pierson 

Joseph C. Morgan.- 

William E. Holmes 

Frank M. Dent 

Richard H. Mansfield 

Jeremiah A. Sullivan 

Harry R. Lohman 

Michael L. Raedy .-. 

Hugh H. Groves 

Gustave Lauten 

Charles J. Weber... 

Sidney J. Marks 

James W. McCormack... 

John E. Bowers 

McGill Grove 

Edward T. Harney 

Mina C. Van Winkle 

Edward J. Kelly 

W. H. Carlin 

J. T. Witstatt 

A. C. Belt 

A. W. Guyer 

O.J. Letterman 

J. J. Bourke 

W. C. Baldersou 

J. C. Maloncy 

F. A. Varney 

J. H. Fowler 

D. J. Cullinane 

J. M. Roper 

J. H. Davis 

L. E. Kelly- 

W. O. Embrey-.- 

B. R. King -.- 



OFFICIAL TITLF. 



Fire Department 



George S. Watson 

Philip W. Nicholson. 

James C. Keliher 

Edward R. Pierce 

John Carrington 

Edward O'Connor... 
Thomas O'Connor... 

Charles W. Gill 

Charles E. Schrom... 
.\ndrew C. Buscher.. 
-Vndrew H. Wolttr... 



Major and superintendent. 
Assistant superintendent.-. 

....do 

Inspector 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Captain 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

.-.do 

.-..do 

...-do 

.—do 

-.--do 

-—do 

-.--do 

---do 

do 

do 

do -- 

do— ^ 

do 

Lieutenant 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do ..-- 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do - 

do 

do - - 

do 

do 

do -- 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do -- 



Chief engineer 

Deputy chief engineer... 

do 

Battalion chief engineer. 

do 

do 

do -- 

do 

do - - 

do 

do - 



Legal residence 



o. f Cong. 
^^^^^ Dist. 



D. C- 
D. C- 
D. C- 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C-. 
D. C- 
D. C-- 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C 
D. C. 
D. C 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C-. 
D. C-. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C 
D. C. 
D. C-. 
D. C. 
D. G. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. O. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D.C. 
D. C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



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



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$8,000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3, 050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3,050 
3, 050 
3,050 
3,050 
3, 050 
3,050 
3,050 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



Fire Department— Continued 



Hubert F. McConnell. 

John B. Watt... 

Ernest Howard 

John H. Virnstein 

Joseph B. Simms 

Thomas B. Stanton 

Benjamin \V. Weaver.. 

(Vacancy) 

Otto E. Fearn 



Health Department 



William C. Fowler... 
Edward J. Schwartz. 

Arthur G. Cole 

J. Frank Butts 

Reid R. Ashworth... 

John B. Reed 

Jesse P. Porch 

John E. Noble 

James G. Gumming.. 



Hugh J. Davis 

Joseph A. Murphy. 

John H. Milligan.. 



Commission on Licensure to 
Practice Healing Art 



Luther H. Reichelderfer. 
Dr. Franli W. Ballou 



Dr. William C. Fowler. 
William John Cooper. .. 



Leo A. Rover 

Police Court 



Gus A. Schuldt 

John P. McMahon. 

Isaac R. Hltt 

Ralph Given 

Frank A. Sebring. 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Battalion chief engineer 

do _ 

do 

do 

do 

do 

....do 

Fire marshal 

Superintendent of machinery. 



Health officer 

Assistant health officer 

Chief clerk and deputy health officer 

Chief sanitary inspector 

Chief food inspector 

Chemist 

Serologist 

Bacteriologist 

Chief, bureau of preventable diseases, and 
director of bacteriological laboratories. 

Director child welfare and hygiene service 

Chief medical and sanitary inspector of pub- 
lic schools. 
Chief, bureau of vital statistics -. 



President (president, Board of Commission- 
ers, D. C). 

Vice president (superintendent of schools, 
D. C). 

Secretary-treasurer (health officer, D. C.) 

Member (United States Commissioner of 
Education). 

Member (United States attorney for District 
of Columbia). 



Presiding judge- 
Associate judge. 

-...do 

....do 

Clerk of court - 



Estelle Foster Chief probation officer 



Juvenile Court 



Kathryn Sellers 

C. F. Sellers 

Jeannette Ezekiels. 



Municipal Court 



George C. Aukam 

Nathan Cayton 

Robert E. Mattingly. 

James A. Cobb 

Mary O'Toole 



Judge 

Clerk of the court 

Chief probation officer _ 



Presiding judge. 

Judge 

do 

do 

do 



Legal residence 



Blanche Nelf I Clerk 

2 No additional salary for service on this commission. 



State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


D. C. 




$4, 500 
4,500 
4,500 


D. C... 




D. C... 




D. C... 




4,500 


D. C... 




4,500 


D. C. 




4 500 


D. C. 




4,500 


D. C... 




5,000 


D. C 




5,000 
6,500 


D. C... 




D. C. 




4,600 
3,100 


D. C. 




D. C... 




2,600 


D. C. 




4,600 
4,600 
3, 200 


D. C. 




D. C... 




D. C. 




4,800 


D. C... 




4,600 


D. C. 




2,800 
4,800 


D. C. . 




D. C. 




2,600 


D. C 






D. C... 




D. C. 




(2) 


D. C... 




(2) 


D. C... 




(2) 


D. C . 




8,000 


D. C - 




8,000 


D. C .. 




8,000 


D. C._. 




8,000 


D. C... 




3,700 


D. C... 




2,500 


D. C... 




7,000 


D. C 




2,600 


D. C... 




2,900 


D. 0... 




7,500 


D. C 




7,500 


D. C .. 




7,500 


D. 0... 




7,500 


D. C... 




7,500 


D. C... 




3.000 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 
Dist. 


tion 


Board of Public Welfare 


Director of public welfare . 


D. C... 




$8,000 
4,000 






D. C... 




Ma'y Pratt \llen 


Administrative assistant 


D. C - 




2,900 
3,400 


RiciardF Tobin 


Medical ollicer . 


D. C .. 






Chief, Division of Child Welfare 


D. C... 




3,200 
«4,800 


Penal institutions 
Morris M. Barnard 


General superintendent, Lorton, Va 

Assistant superintendent, jail 

Assistant superintendent, workhouse, Occo- 
quan, Va. 

Assistant superintendent, reformatory, Lor- 
ton, Va. 

Superintendent, National Training School 
for Girls. 

Superintendent, National Training School 
for Boys. 

Superintendent, Tuberculosis Hospital 

Superintendent, Gallinger Municipal Hos- 
pital. 
Superintendent, District Training School, 

Annapolis Junction, Md. 
Superintendent, Industrial Home School for 
Colored Children. 

Superintendent, Industrial Home School 

Superintendent, Home for the Aged and 

Infirm. 
Superintendent, Municipal Lodging House- - 
Superintendent, Temporary Home for Union 

ex Soldiers and Sailors. 
Superintendent, Receiving Home for Children - 

President, Board of Accountancy- 


D. C .. 




W. L. Peak 


D. C- 




"3,500 


Arthur L. Petitt 


D. 




«3, 300 


A. C. Tawse 


D. C- 




«3, 600 




D. C 




' 2,900 




D. C.-- 




"•8 3, 600 


Hospitals, Homes, etc. 
Joseph Winthrop Peabody 


D. C .. 




«3,400 




D. C-- 




8 6,500 


Eennetb B. Jones - 


D. C-- 




5,000 


Wendell P. Tucker 


D. C... 




'2,900 


Earl W. Cassie 


D. C .. 




'2,600 


Frank B. Haskell- .- 


D. C -. 




6 2,600 
' 1, 680 




D C... 




T. A. Hudlow 


D. C... 




'2,100 


E. S. Arnold. - 


D. C... 




2,300 


Examining Boards 

John J. Miller 


D. C... 




Fees. 






D. C... 






Thomas J. Rice 


President, Board of Dental Examiners 

President, Board of Veterinary E.xaminers... 


D. C-- 




Fees. 


John R. Mohler 


D. C... 




Fees. 




D. C... 




Fees. 


M. A. Leese 


President, Board of Optometry 


D. C 




Fees. 


Augustus 0. Taylor 


President, Board of Pharmacy. 


D. C .. 




Fees. 


F. H. Brooke 


President, Board of E.\aminers of Architects. 

Secretary, Board of E.xaminers of Steam 
Engineers. 

Chairman, Board for Condemnation of In- 
sanitary Buildings. 


D. C... 






P. M. Greenlaw 


D. C 




$150 


Maj. D. A. Davison, U S 






(«) 


Army. 


D. C... 




150 


Recorder of Deeds 

Arthur G. Froe 


Recorder of deeds 


W. Va- 
D. C 




5,600 


Robert W. Button 




3,500 


Jefferson S. Coage 


Second deputy recorder of deeds 


Del --- 




2,900 


Catherine F. Downing 

Register of Wills « 


Chief clerk ... 


D. C-. 




2,000 


_ 


N. Y... 




6,200 


Victor S. Mersch -.. 


First deputy register of wills 


D. C... 




4,800 



' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendi.x. 

6 Less $420 for maintenance and house. 

' Less $300 for maintenance and quarters. 

8 The National Training School for Boys is under the control of the Attorney General, and provision 
for its support is made in the appropriation act for the Department of Justice. 

• The register of wills, as clerk of the probate court, is an officer of the Supreme Court of the District 
of Columbia, which has probate jurisdiction for the District, 



119539—30- 



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138 Official Register of the United States, 1930 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF 

Patron ex officio. — Herbert Hoover, President of the United States. 

Prenident. — Percival Hall, Kendall Green, Washington, D. C. 

Directors. — Wesley L. Jones, Senator from Washington; Addison T. Smith, Representative from Idaho; 
Sol Bloom, Representative from New Yorl<: Theodore W. Noyes, Frederic A. Delano, Howard L. Hodg- 
kins,and Vernon Kellogg, citizens of the District of Columbia; Ernest G. Draper, citizen of New York; 
William K. Humphrey, citizen of Washington; the president and the secretary of the institution. 

Secretary. — Rev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer. —11. Ralph Burton, Washington, D. C. 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf is a corporation established in 1857 by private enterprise. It is now 
maintained by direct appropriations by Congress, by tuition fees, and by endowment. The act of Congress 
in 1857 incorporating the institution allowed $150 per annum from the United States Treasury for each 
indigent [aipil from the District of Columbia. In 1858 Congress eranted $3,000 a year for five years for 
salaries and incidental expenses of the institution, and authorized free admission of deaf and dumb or blind 
children of men in the military or naval service of the United States. In 1865 Congress provided for the 
transfer of the blind children and removed the words "and the blind" from the corporate name of the 
institution. In 18fU Congress autliorized the institution to confer collegiate degrees. With this new 
departure Congress made a considerable increase in its annual grants and provided that a limited number 
of students be admitted to the collegiate department from the several States and Territories free of charge. 
The number of students thus admitted free was at first 10; the number has been increased by acts of Con- 
gress until now it is 125. In 1887, the college was opened to young women and in 1891 a department for the 
training of hearing teachers of the deaf was established. 

AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS 

PrMiden^.— Herbert Hoover, President of the United States. 

Vice presidents.— B.ohQri W. de Forest, New York City; Calvin Coolidge, Northampton, Mass. 

Chairman. — John Barton Pa>Tie, National Red Cross, Washington, D. C. 

Counselor. — Thomas D. Thacher, Solicitor General, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer. — Ogden L. Mills, Undersecretary of Treasury, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary.— ^liss Mabel T. Boardman, 1801 P Street, Washington, D. C. 

Vice chairman. — James L. Fieser, Washington, D. C, in charge of domestic operations; Ernest P. Bick- 
nell, Washington, D. C.,in charge of insular and foreign operations; James K. McClintock, vice chairman 
in charge of finance. 

The American National Red Cross is organized to furnish volunteer aid to the sick and wounded of 
armies in time of war; to act in matters of voluntary relief with similar national societies of other govern- 
ments through the international committee and the Government; to carry on a system of national and 
international relief in time of peace for mitigating the suffering caused by pestilence, famine, fire, floods, 
and other great national calamities; and generally to promote measures of humanity and welfare. The 
work of the Red Cross in the United States is carried on largely through the chapter, the local unit of organi- 
zation. The national headquarters are located at Washington, D. C. It receives no direct Federal appro- 
priation, its activities being maintained by voluntary contributions and donations. In accordance with 
the terms of its charter, it reports annually to the Secretary of War, and its accounts are audited by the 
War Department. 

WASHINGTON NATIONAL MONUMENT SOCIETY 

[Organized 1833, chartered 1859; acts of Congress August 2, 1876; October 2, 1888] 

President ex officio. — Herbert Hoover, President of the United States. 

Vice presidents ex officio. — The governors of the several States. 

First vice president— Willis Van Devanter, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States. 

Second vice president.— Cha,T\es C. Glover, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer. — Theodore W. Noyes, Washington, D. C. 

Secrciarj/.— William R. Harr, 928 Investment Building, Washington, D. C. 

Other members.— Uerhert Putnam, Librarian of Congress; Maj. Gen. William M. Black, United States 
Army; Admiral Willard H. Brownson, United States Navy; Frederick H. Gillett, Senator from Massa- 
chusetts; Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, United States Army; Rt. Rev. James E. Freeman; Frederic A. Delano; 
George E. Hamilton; Rev. Dr. Charles Wood; John Barton Payne; Robert Walton Moore; Logan Hay. 

COMMISSION FOR CELEBRATION OF TWO HUNDREDTH 
ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON 

Senators.— Simeon D. Fess, Ohio, Vice Chairman; Arthur Capper, Kansas; Carter Glass, Virginia; 
Lee S. Overman, North Carolina. 

Representatiies.—^Vilhs C. Uawley, Oregon; John Q. Tilson, Connecticut; John N. Garner, Texas; 
Joseph W. Byrns, Tennessee. 

Presidential Commissioners.— Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, District of Columbia; Mrs. Mary Sherman, 
Colorado; Henry Ford, Michigan; Hanford MacNider, Iowa; C.Bascom Slemp, District of Columbia; 
Wallace McCamant, Oregon; Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, Massachusetts; Bernard Mannes Baruch, 
New York. 

Ex Officio Commissioners.— President of the United States, Chairman; President of the United States 
Senate, Hon. Charles Curtis, Kansas; Speaker of the House, Hon. Nicholas Longworth, Ohio. 

Historian.— Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, Massachusetts. 

Executive Secretary. —William Tyler Page, Maryland. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 139 

COMMISSION ON CONSERVATION AND ADMINISTRATION 
OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN 

Hon. James R. Garfield, Ohio, Chairman 

MembeTS.—Hon. Perry W. Jenkins, Wyoming; William Peterson, Utah; lion. Huntley Spaulding, New- 
Hampshire; I. H. Nash, Idaho; I. M. Brandjord, Montana; R. K. Tiffany, Washington; Rudolph 
Kuchler, Arizona; Charles J. Moynihan, Colorado; George W. Malone, Nevada; W. B. Greeley, Wash- 
ington; Hon. James P. Goodrich, Indiana; E. C. Van Petten, Oregon; Gardner Cowles, Iowa; Wallace 
Townsend, Arkansas; Mary Roberts Rhinehart, District of Columbia; John Hayes Hammond, District 
of Columbia; H. O. Bursum, New Mexico; George Horace Lorimer, Pennsylvania; Elwood Mead 
California. 

NATIONAL MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

[Created by act of Congress, March 4, 1929, Pub. Res. 107, 70th Cong.] 

Ex offido members: 

The Director of Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital, 

The Supervising Architect of the Treasury. 

The Architect of the Capitol. 
Commissioners appointed by the President: 

Chairman. — Ferdinand D. Lee, Washington, D. C. 

Vice chairman. — William C. Hueston, Gary, Ind. 

Treasurer.— John R. Hawkins. Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Mary Church Terrell, Washington, D. C. 

Rev. J. R. Ransom. Topeka, Kans. 

Webster L. Porter, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Rev. H. Clav Weeden, Louisville, Ky. 

Rev. L. K. Williams, Chicago, 111. 

William Gaston Pearson, Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, Bethune-Cookmaa College, Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Paul R. Williams. Los Angeles, Calif. 

M. T. Whittico, Keystone, W. Va. 
Executive secretary. — Samuel C. Smith, Washington, D. C. 



JUDICIAL 



141 



JUDICIAL 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Charlps Evans Hughes 


Chief Justice . -. - -- 


N.Y— 




$20,500 






Mass... 




20,000 


Willis Van Devanter 


do . 


Wyo .. 




20,000 




.do - . - 


Tenn 




20,000 




do 


Mass... 




20,000 




do . -. 


Utah... 




" 20,000 




do . 


Minn.. 




20,000 


Harlan Fiske Stone 


do .-- 


N.Y... 




20,000 




. .. do 


Pa 




20,000 




Clerk 


D. C... 




6,000 


Frank Key Green 


Marshal - .. 


D.C.. 




5,500 






Colo... 




8,000 






1 





UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 



First Circuit 

Maine, Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, Rhode Island, 
Porto PAco 

George H. Bingham 

George W. Anderson 

Scott Wilson 

Arthur I. Charron.. 

Second Circuit 

Connecticut, New York, 
Vermont 



Julian AV. Mack i 

Thomas W. Swan 

Augustus N. Hand 

Martin A. Manton 

Learned Hand 

Harrie Brigham Chase. 
WiUiani Parkin 



Tliird Circuit 

Delaware, New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania 

Joseph Buffington 

Victor B. Woolley_ 

J. Warren Davis 

(Vacancy) 

William P. Rowland 



Fourth Circuit 



Maryland, North 
South Carolina, 
West Virginia 

Edmund Waddill, jr. 

Elliott Northcott 

John J. Parker 

Claude M. Dean 



Carolina, 
Virginia, 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Circuit judge, Manchester, N. H 

Circuit judge, Boston, Mass 

Circuit judge, Portland, Me 

Clerk, Boston, Mass 



Circuit judge. New York, N. Y... 
Circuit judge. New Haven, Conn. 
Circuit judge, New York, N. Y... 

do 

do 

Circuit judge, Brattleboro, Vt 

Clerk, New York, N. Y 



Circuit judge, Pittsburgh, Pa_. 
Circuit judge, Wihiiinton, Del. 
Circuit judge, Trenton, N. J... 

Circuit judge _.- 

Clerk, Philadelphia, Pa 



Circuit judge, Richmond, Va 

Circuit judge, liuntington, W. Va. 

Circuit judge, Charlotte, N. C 

Clerk, Richmond, Va 



-Assigned to second and sixth circuits. 



Legal residence 



State Cong. 
^^^*® dist. 



N.H. 

Mass . 
Me. . . 

Mass . 



lU 

Conn. 
N.Y.. 

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



Pa.. 
Del. 
N.J. 



Va.... 
W.Va. 
N. C- 
Va.— 



I 



143 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
5,600 



12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
5,600 



12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
12,500 
5,600 



12, 500 
12,500 
12,500 
5,600 



144 



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UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 

Continued 



Fifth Circuit 

Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, 
Canal Zone 

Richard W. Walker 

Nathan P. Bryan 

Rufus E. Foster 

(Vacancy) 

Oakley F. Dodd 

Sixtli Circuit 

Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, 
Tennessee 

Julian W. Mack ' 

Xenophon Hicks 

Arthur O. Denison 

Charles II. Moorman 

Smith Ilickenlooper 

John W. Meiizics.. 

Seventh Circuit 

Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin 



Samuel Alschuler 

Evan A. Evans , 

(Vacancy) 

Albert B. Anderson 

William M. Sparks 

Edward M. HoUoway. 



Eighth Circuit 

Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, 
Missouri, Nebraska, North 
Dakota, South Dakota 

KImbrough Stone 

William S. Kenyon 

Arba S. Van Valkenburgh 

Wilbur F. Booth 

Archibald K. Gardner 

Egmont Eugene Koch 

Ninth Circuit 

Arizona, California, Idaho, Mon- 
tana, Nevada, Oregon, Wash- 
ington, Alaska, Hawaii 

William B. Gilbert.— --. 

Frank S. Deitrich 

Frank H. Rudkin 

Curtis D. Wilbur 

Paul P. O'Brien 

Tenth Circuit 

Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, 
Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming 

Robert E. Lewis 

John H. Cotteral 

Orie L. Phillips _- 

George T. McDermott 

Albert Trego 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Circuit judge, Huntsville, Ala- 
Circuit judge, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Circuit judge. New Orleans, La. 

Circuit judge 

Clerk, New Orleans, I/a 



Circuii. judge. New York, N. Y 

Circuit judge, Knoxville, Tenn 

Circuit judge. Grand Rapids, Mich 

Circuit judge, Louisville, Ky 

Circuit judge, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Clerk, Cincinnati, Ohio 



Circuit judge, Chicago, 111. 

Circuit judge, Madison, Wis 

Circuit judge 

Circuit judge, Indianapolis, Ind. 

do - 

Clerk, Chicago, 111 



Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo... 
Circuit judge, Fort Dodge, Iowa.. 
Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo... 
Circuit judge, Minneapolis, Minn 
Circuit judge, Aberdeen, S. Dak.. 
Clerk, St. Louis, Mo. 



Circuit judge, Portland, Oreg 

Circuit judge, Boise, Idaho 

Circuit judge, Seattle, Wash 

Circuit judge, San Francisco, Calif 
Clerk, San Francisco, Calif 



Circuit judge, Denver, Colo , 

Circuit judge, Guthrie, Okla 

Circuit judge, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Circuit judge, Topeka, Kans.. 

Clerk, Denver, Colo , 



Legal residence 



State 



Ala. 
Fla. 
La.. 



La. 



111-.... 
Tenn. 
Mich. 
Ky.... 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 



111... 
Wis. 



Ind. 
Ind. 
lU... 



Mo 

Iowa... 

Mo 

Minn.. 
S. Dak. 
Mo 



Oreg.. 
Idaho. 
Wash. 
Calif.- 
Calif.. 



Colo... 

Okla... 
N. Mex 
Kans... 
Colo... 



Cong, 
dist. 



' .\ssigned to second and sixth circuits. 



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145 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 



Alabama 

Northern District 



William I. Grubb 

William S. Lovell 

Charles B. Kennamer. 
Thomas J. Kennamer. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Birmingham 

Clerk, Birmingham 

District attorney, Birmingham. 
Marshal, Birmingham 



Middle and Northern Districts 



(Vacancy) -..' District judge. 



Middle District 



George Stuart 

Grady Reynolds. 
Douglas Smith... 



Southern District 



Robert T. Ervin 

Virgil C. Griffin 

Alexander C. Birch. 
James A. Stafford... 



Alaska 

Division No. 1 



Justin W. Harding.. 

John H. Dunn 

Howard D. Stabler. 
Albert White 



Division No. 2 



G. J. Lomen 

Thomas D. Jensen. 
J. II. Hart 



Clerk, Montgomery 

District attorney, Montgomery. 

Marshal, Montgomery 



Legal residence 



g. to Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala- 
Ala. 



Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 



District judge, Mobile 

Clerk, Mobile 

District attorney, Mobile. 
Marshal, Mobile.. 



District judge, Juneau. 

Clerk, Juneau 

District attorney, Juneau. 



Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 



Charles D. Jones ..; Marshal, Nome 



Alaska. 

Alaska. 

.Alaska. 

Marshal, Juneaul 1 Alaska. 



District judge, Nome .! Alaska. 

Clerk, Nome j Alaska. 

District attorney, Nome Alaska- 
Alaska. 



Division No. S 



E.Coke Hill 

N. H. Castle 

W. N. Cuddy.... 
Harvey Sullivan. 



Division No. 4 



Cecil H. Clegg 

Robert W. Taylor. 
Julien A. Hurley... 
Lynn Smith. 



Arizona 

William II. Sawtelle. 

F. G. Jacobs 

CUfford R. -McFall... 

John C. Gung'l 

George A. Mauk 



Arkansas 

Eastern District 

John E. Martineau 

Sidney B. Redding 

Wallace Townsend 

George L. Mallory 

Western District 

Frank A. Youmans 

Williams. Wellshear... 

William N. Ivie 

Cooper Hudspeth 



District judge, Valdez 

Clerk, Valdez 

District attorney, Valdez. 
Marshal, Valdez 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



District judge, Fairbanks 1 Alaska 

Clerk, Fairbanks 1 Alaska. 

District attorney, Fairbanks -\laska. 

Marshal, Fairbanks Alaska. 



District judge, Tucson ! Ariz. 



District judge, Globe. 

Clerk, Tucson 

District attorney, Tucson. 
Marshal, Phoeni.x 



District judge. Little Rock 

Clerk, Little Rock 

District attorney, Little Rock 
Marshal, Little Rork 

District judge, Fort Smith 

Clerk, Fort Smith 

District attorney, Fort Smith. 
Marshal. Fort Smith 



Ariz. 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 

Ark. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10,000 
5,600 
5,600 
4,600 



10,000 



4,200 
5,000 
3,800 



10,000 
4,400 
5,200 
3,800 



10,000 
4,000 
5,200 
4,200 



10,000 

4,000 
5,200 
4,200 



10,000 
4,000 
5,200 
4,200 



10,000 
4,000 
5,200 
4,200 



10,000 
10,000 
4,800 
6,000 
5,200 



10,000 
5,200 
6,000 
4,800 



10, 000 
4,800 
5,600 
4,600 



146 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Northern District 



Harold Louderback 

Frank U. Kerrigan 

Adolphus Frederick St. Sure- 
Walter B. Maling 

George J. Hatfield 

Frederick L. Esola 



Southern District 



George Cosgrave 

Paul J. McCormick.. 

William P. James 

(Vacancy) 

R. S. Zimmernian 

Samuel W. McNabb. 
Albert C. Sittel 



District judge, San Francisco 

do --. 

do 

Clerk, San Francisco 

District attorney, San Francisco. 
Marshal, San Francisco 



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



District judge, Los Angeles 

do 

do 

do -.. 

Clerk, Los Angeles 

District attorney, Los Angeles. 
Marshal, Los Angeles 



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



Canal Zone i 

Colorado 

John Foster Symes 

Charles W. Bishop 

Ralph L. Carr 

Richard C. Callen. 

Connecticut 

Warren B. Burrows 

Edwin S. Thomas 

Charles E. Pickett 

John Buckley 

Jacob D. Walter 

Delaware 

John P. NIelds 

Henry C. Mahaffy, jr 

Leonard E. Wales 

Charles Hanratty 

District of Columbia 

Leo A. Rover 

Edgar C. Snyder 

Florida 

Northern District 

William B. Sheppard 

Frederick W. Marsh 

Fred Cubberly 

Millard M. Owens.. 

Southern District 

Alexander Akerman 

Halsted L. Ritter.. 

(Vacancy) 

Edwin R. Williams 

W. P.Hughes 

Charles N. Hildreth 

Georgia 

Northern District 



Samuel H.Sibley... 

Olin C. Fuller 

Clint W. Hagcr.... 
Louis H. Crawford. 



District judge, Denver Colo. 

Clerk, Denver Colo- 

District attorney, Denver Colo- 

Marshal, Denver 1 Colo- 



District judge, Hartford 

District judge, Norwalk 

Clerk, New Haven 

District attorney, Hartford. 
Marshal, New Haven 



District judge, Wilmington 

Clerk, Wilmington 

District attorney, Wilmington . 
Marshal, Wilmington 



Conn- 
Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn- 
Conn. 



Del. 
Del. 
Del. 
Del. 



District attorney, D. C D. C. 

Marshal, D. C -I D. C. 



District judge, Pensacola I Fla. 

Clerk, Pensacola | Fla. 

District attorney, Pensacola Fla. 

Marshal, Pensacola Fla. 



District judge, Ocala 

District judge, Miami 

District judge 

Clerk, Jacksonville 

District attorney, Jacksonville. 
Marshal, Jacksonville 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



District judge, .\tlanta and Union Point. 

Clerk, Atlanta 

District attorney, Atlanta - 

Marshal, Atlanta--- - 



Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 



• See The Panama Canal, p. 110. 



Official Register of the United States, 1930 147 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Georgia— Continued 

Middle District 

Bascom S. Deaver — 

George F. White 

William A. Bootle — 

Samuel Purvis — 

Southern District 

William 11. Barrett 

Scott A. Edwards.. 

Charles L. Redding 

George B. McLeod 

Hawaii 

Supreme Court 



Antonio M. Perry 

James J. Banks 

Charles F. Parsons.. 
James A. Thompson. 
Alva E. Steadman..- 

Albert M. Cristy 

Charles S. Davis 

Edward M. Watson. 



Daniel H. Case 

James Wesley Thompson. 

Homer L. Ross 

William C. Achi, jr 

A. E. Restarick 

Manuel Asue 

Thomas C. White 

A. K. Aona_ 

Joseph C. Cullen. 



District Court 



William B. Lymer 

Edward K. Massee 

William F. Thompson, jr. 

Sanford B. D. Wood 

Oscar P. Cox_ 



Idaho 

Charles C. Cavanah. 
W. D. McReynolds.. 

Hoyt E. Ray 

R. B. JvIeCutcheon.. 



Illinois 

Northern District 



George A. Carpenter 

James H. \V'ilkerson 

Charles Edgar Woodward 

Charles M. Bates 

George E. Q. Johnson 

Henry C. W. Laubenheimer. 



District judge, Macon. 

C lerk, Macon 

District attorney, Macon... 
Marshal, Macon 

District judge, Augusta 

Clerk, Savannah 

District attorney, Savannah 
Marshal, Savannah 



Oa- 
Qa. 
Ga. 
Ga. 



Ga. 
Ga- 
Ga. 
Ga. 



Chief justice, Honolulu 

Associate justice, Honolulu 

do 

Clerk, Honolulu 

Judge, first circuit, Honolulu 

do 

do 

Judge, first circuit, Honolulu (division of 
domestic relations). 

Judge, second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

Judge, third circuit, Kailua 

Judge, fourth circuit, Hilo 

Judge, fifth circuit, Lihue 

Chief clerk, first circuit, Honolulu 

Clerk, second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

Clerk, third circuit, Kailua 

Clerk, fourth circuit, Hilo 

Clerk, fifth circuit, Lihue 



Judge, Honolulu 

do 

Clerk, Honolulu 

District attorney. Honolulu- 
Marshal, Honolulu 



District judge, Boise 

Clerk, Boise 

District attorney. Boise. 
Mar.shal, Boise 



Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho - 



District judge, Chicago 

do 

do 

Clerk, Chicago 

District attorney, Chicago. 
Marshal, Chicago 



Eastern District 

Fred L. Wham District judge, East St. Louis. 

Walter C. Lindley District judge, Danville. 

Douglas H. Reed i Clerk, East St. Louis 

Harold O. Baker District attorney. East St. Louis. 

Arthur R. Clark Marshal, Danville 



Southern District 

Louis FitzHenry District judge, Peoria 

Samuel T. Burnett Clerk, Springfield 

Walter M. Provine District attorney, Springfield. 

Charles W Cushing 1 Marshal, Springfield 



$10,000 
5,600 
6,500 
5,200 



148 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 




Legal residence 



Indiana 

Northern District 

Thomas W. Slick 

Mrs. Margaret L. Cowgill 

Oliver M. Loomis-.- 

Emmett O. Hall 

Southern District 

Robert C. BaltzelL.. 

Albert C. Sogemeier 

George R. Jeffrey 

Alf. O. Meloy..-. -.. 

Iowa 

Northern District 

George C. Scott... 

Lee McXeely 

Bennett E. Rhinehart 

Don A. I'reassner 

Southern District 

Charles A. Dewey 

Martin J. Wade 

Nicholas F. Reed 

Ross R. Mowry 

Fred S. Hird 

Kansas 

Richard J. Hopkins 

John C. Pollock... 

F. L. Campbell 

Sardius M. Brewster 

Donald H. Maclvor 

Kentucky 

Eastern District 

A. M. J. Cochran 

S. W. Stacey 

Sawyer A. Smith 

James H. Hammons 

Western District 

Charles I. Dawson 

Lilburn Phelps 

Thomas J. Sparks 

Francis M. McCain 

Louisiana 

Eastern District 



Wayne G. Borah 

H. J. Carter. 

Edmond E. Talbot. 
Tom W. Dutton.... 



District judge, South Bond 

Clerk, South Bend 

District attorney, South Bend. 
Marshal, South Bend 

District judge, Indianaoplis... 
Clerk, Indianapolis 

District attorney, Indianapolis 
Marshal, Indianapolis 



District judge, Sioux City 

Clerk, Dubuque 

District attorney. Cedar Rapids. 
Marshal, Siou.x City 



Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 



Iowa. 
Iowa. 
Iowa. 
Iowa. 



District judge, Des Moines Iowa. 

District judge, Davenport Iowa- 
Clerk, Des Moines Iowa. 

District attorney, Newton -J, Iowa. 

Marshal, Des Moines Iowa. 



District judge, Topeka 

District judge, Kansas City. 

Clerk, Topeka 

District attorney, Topeka... 
Marshal, Topeka^ 



District judge, Covington 

Clerk, Covington 

District attorney, Covington 
Marshal, Covington 

District judge, Lousiville 

Clerk, Louisville 

District attorney, Louisville. 
Marshal, Louisville 



Kans. 
Kans. 
Kans. 
Kans. 
Kans. 



Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky_ 
Ky. 



Ky- 
Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 



District judge. New Orleans La. 

Clerk, New Orleans La. 

District attorney. New Orleans ■ La. 

Marshal, New Orleans i La. 



Western District 

Benjamin C. Dawkins District judge, Monroe- 
William Burch Lee i Clerk, Shreveport 

Philip H. Mecom 1 District attorney, Shreveport. 

William M. Palmer Marshal, Shreveport 



Maine 

Clarence Hale* 

John A. Peters 

John F. Knowlton ! Clerk, Portland. 

Frederick R. Dyer... I District attorney, Portland. 

Stillman E. Woodman ! Marshal, Portland 



District judge, Portland. 
District judge, Bangor.. 



La. 

La- 
La. 
La. 



Me. 
Me. 
Me. 
Me. 
Me. 



•Retired. 



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Continued 



Maryland 



Morris A. Soper 

William C. Coleman. 

Arthur L. Spamer 

(Vacancy) 

George W. Collier 



Massachuse t ta 



James M. Morton, ir_ 
James Arnold -LowelL 
Elisha H. Brewster... 

James S. Allen 

Frederick H. Tarr 

William J. Keville... 



Michigan 

Eastern District 



Arthur J. Tiittle.... 
Charles C. Simons.. 
Edward J. Moinet.. 
Elmer W. Voorheis. 

.John R. Watkins 

Frank T. Newton... 



OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 



District judge, Baltimore. 

do -.. 

Clerk, Baltimore 

District attorney 

Marshal, Baltimore 



District judge, New Bedford. 

District judge, Boston 

District judge, Springfield 

Clerk, Boston.. 

District attorney, Boston 

Marshal, Boston 



Western District 



Fred M. Raymond... 
Clarence W. Sessions. 

Orrie J . Sluiter 

Fred C. Wetmore.. _ 
IMartin Brown.. 



Minnesota 



District judge, Detroit. 
do 

.do. 



Clerk, Detroit 

District attorney, Detroit. 
Marshal, Detroit 



District judge. Grand Rapids 

District judge, Muskegon... 

Clerk, Grand Rapids 

District attorney, Grand Rapids. 
Marshal, Grand Rapids 



William A. Cant .[ District judge, Duluth 

Joseph W. Molyneaux I District judge, Minneapolis. 

John B. Sanborn j District judge, St. Paul 

<Vacanacy) District judge 

Joel M. Dickey i Clerk, St. Paul 

Lewis L. Drill. District attorney, St. PauL. 

Sdward Rustad Marshal, St. Paul 



Mississippi 

Northern District 

Allen Cox 

IB. G. Lowrey 

Lester G. Fant 

Charles R. Ligon.. 

Southern District 

■Edwin R. Holmes 

Benjamin li. Todd, jr... 

Ben F. Cameron 

James C. Tyler 

Missouri 

Eastern District 



Charles B. Faris 

Charles B. Davis 

James J. O'Connor 

Louis n. Breuer ... 

Theodore W. Hukriede. 



District judge, Aberdeen 

Clerk, Oxford 

District attorney, Clarksdale 
Marshal, Clarksdale 

District judge, Jackson 

Clerk, Jackson. 

District attorney. Meridian.. 
Marshal, Jackson 



District judge, St. Louis. 
do 



Clerk, St. Louis 

District attorney, St. Louis. 
Marshal, St. Louis 



Western District 



Merrill E. OtLs I District judge, Kansas City 

Albert L. Reeves do 

Edwin R. Durham.. I Clerk, Kansas City 

"SVilliam I>. Vandeventer.. District attorney, Kan.sas City. 

Asa W. Butler ! Marshal, Kansas City 



Legal residence 



State 



Md. 
Md. 
Md- 



Md. 



Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass- 
Mass . 



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



Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich . 
Mich. 



Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 



Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 



Miss. 
Miss. 
Miss. 
Miss. 



Miss. 
Miss- 
Miss. 
Miss. 



Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 



Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 



Cong, 
dist. 



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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Montana 



George M, Bourquin District judge, Butte 



Charles N. Pray 

C. R. Garlow 

Wellington D. Rankin 
Thomas Bolton - 



Nebraska 



Thomas C. Munger 

Joseph W. Woodrough. 

R. C. Hoyt 

Charles E. Sandall 

Dennis H. Cronin 



Nevada 



Frank H. Norcross.. 

E. O. Patterson 

Harry H. Atkinson. 
J. n. Fulmer 



New Hampshire 



George F. Morris 

Thomas B. Donnelly. 
Raymond U. Smith _. 
Alfred J. Chretien 



New Jersey 



Guy L. Fake -- 

William N. Runyon 

William Clark 

John B. Avis (Camden) _ 
John Rcllstad (Trenton) . 

George T. Cranmer 

Phillip Forman 

Frederick C. Schneider.. 



New Mexico 



Colin Neblett 

William Rose 

Hugh B. Woodward. 
Joseph F. Tondre — 



New York 



District judge, Great Falls. 

Clerk, Helena 

District attorney, Helena. . 
Marshal, Helena 



District judge, Lincoln 

District judge, Omaha 

Clerk, Omaha 

District attorney, Omaha. 
Marshall, Omaha... 



District Judge, Carson City- 
Clerk, Carson City 

District attorney, Reno 

Marshal, Carson City 



District judge, Littleton 

Clerk, Concord 

District attorney. Concord. 
Marshal, Concord 



District judge, Newark. 
do..: 



do 

District judge, 
.do- 



Clerk, Trenton 

District attorney, Trenton. 
Marshal, Trenton,. 



District judge, Santa Fc... 

Clerk, Santa Fe 

District attorney, Albuquerque . 
Marshal, Santa Fe 



NoTthern District 

Frank Cooper District judge, Albany. 

Frederick H. Bryant ' District judge, Utica 

John W. Hahn ..; Clerk, Utica 

Oliver D. Burden -.. District attorney, Syracuse. 

Clarence W. Weaver Marshal, Utica .-. 



Southern District \ 

Frank J. Coleman. __ i District judge. New York City 

John Clark Knox ' do 

Henry W. Goddard ..do.. 

William Bondy do. - -- 

Robert P. Patterson do 

Alfred C. Coxe do 

Francis G. Caffey.. .' do 

John M . Woolsey do 

(Vacancy) '■ Clerk, New York City 

Charles H. Tuttle District attorney, New York City. 

William C. Hecht ..i Marshal, New York City 



Eastern District 

Grover M. Moscowitz District judge, Brooklyn 

Marcus B. Campbell ' do 

Robert A. Inch do 

Clarence G. Galston do 

Mortimer W. Byers... j do... 

Percy G. B. Gilkes Clerk, Brooklyn. 

Howard W. Ameli ' District attorney, Brooklyn. 

Jesse D. Moore Marshal, Brooklyn 



Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont. 



Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 



Nev. 

Nev. 
Nev. 
Nev- 



N. H. 
N. H. 
N. H. 
N. H_ 



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



N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 



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



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y_ 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y 



N. Y_ 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y_ 
N. Y. 
N. Y_ 
N. Y_ 
N. Y_ 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



New York— Continued 

Western District 

John R. Hazel-- 

Simon L. Adler... 

May C. Sickmon 

Richard H. Templeton 

Joseph Fritsch, jr 

North Carolina 

Eastern district 



Isaac M. Meekins. 
Samuel A. Ashe... 
Walter H. Fisher.. 
Edgar C. Geddie.. 



Middle District 



Johnson J. Hayes 

R. L. Blayloek 

Edwin L. Gavin 

Joseph John Jenkins. 



Western District 



James Edmund Boyd. 
Edwin Yates Webb... 

John Y. Jordan 

Thomas J. Harkins 

Browulow Jackson 



North Dakota 



Charles F. Amidon*.. 

Andrew Miller 

J. A. Montgomery 

Peter B. Garberg 

Osmund Gunvaldsen. 



Ohio 

Northern District 

John M. Killits' 

Paul Jones 

George P. Hahn 

Samuel H. West 

F. J. Denzler 

Wilfred J. Mahon 

William J. Williams 

Southern District 

Benson W. Hough 

Robert R. Nevin 

Harry F. Rabe... 

Haveth E. Mau 

George A. Reeves 

Oklahoma 

Northern District 

Franklin E. Kennamer,. 

H. P. Warfield 

John M. Ooldesberry... 
John H. Vickrey -- 

Eastern District 

R. L. Williams 

W. V. McClure - 

Frank Lee..- 

Clark B. Wasson 

* Retired. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Buflfalo... 
District judge, Rochester. 
Clerk, Buffalo 

District attorney, Buffalo 
Marshal, Rochester 



District jud^e, Elizabeth City. 

Clerk, Raleigh 

District attorney, Wilmington. 
Marshal, Raleigh 



District judge, Greensboro 

Clerk, Greensboro 

District attorney, Greensboro- 
Marshal, Greensboro 



District judge N. C. 

District judge, Charlotte N. C. 

Clerk, Asheville N. C. 

District attorney, Asheville N. C. 

Marshal, Asheville - N. C. 



District judge, Fargo 

do 

Clerk, Fargo 

District attorney, Fargo. 
Marshal, Fargo 



Legal residence 



State 



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

N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C- 
N. C. 



N. C. 

N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 



District judge, Toledo 

District judge, Cleveland 

District judge, Toledo 

District judge, Cleveland 

Clerk, Cleveland 

District attorney, Cleveland. 
Marshal, Cleveland 

District judge, Columbus 

District judge, Dayton 

Clerk, Cincinnati 

District attorney, Cincinnati 
Marshal, Cincinnati.. 



District judge, Tulsa 

Clerk, Tulsa 

District attorney, Tulsa 

Marshal, Tulsa 

District judge, Durant 

Clerk, Muskogee 

District attorney, Muskogee 
Marshal, Muskogee 



N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio- 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10,000 

10,000 

5,200 

7,000 

5,800 



10,000 
4,800 
5,600 
4,600 



10,000 
4,400 
5,200 
4,400 



10,000 
10,000 
4,600 
5,600 
4,800 



10,000 

10,000 

5,000 

5,600 

4,800 



10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
6,500 
7,500 
6,500 



10,000 

10,000 

5,800 

7,000 

6,000 



10,000 
4,600 
6,000 
4,800 



10,000 
5,200 
6,000 
5,200 



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Continued 



O klahoma— C ont inued 
Western District 



Edgar S. Vaught 

Theodore M. FUson. 

Roy St. Lewis 

Bichard B. Quinn... 



Oregon 



John H. McNary. 
Robert S. Bean... 
George H. Marsh. 

George Neui:er 

John L. Day, 



Pennsylvania 

Eastern District 

William H. Kirkpatrick. 
J. Whitaker Thompson.. 

Oliver B. Dickinson 

George Brodbeck 

(Vacancy) 

Walter G. Fetters 



Middle District 

Albert W. Johnson 

Albert L. Watson 

Samuel W. IJofford 

Andrew B. Dunsmore.. 
Robert M. Vail 



Western District 

W. n, S. Thomson * 

Robert M. Gibson -. 

Nelson McVicar... 

Frederic P. Schoonmaker. 

J. Wood Clark 

Louis E. Graham -.. 

James C. McGregor 



Porto Rico 

Supreme Court 
District Court 



Ira K. Wells 

Mrs. Lulu G. Donahue. 

John L. Gay 

Harry S. Hubbard 



Rhode Island 

Ira Lloyd Letts 

Miss Alice I'eckham... 

Henry M. Boss, jr 

Howard C. Arnold 



South Carolina 

Eastern District 

J. Lyles Glenn 2 

Ernest F. Cochran 

Richard W. Hutson 

Henry E. Davis 

Samuel J. Leaphart 



Western District 

J. Lyles Glenn ' 

Henry H. Watkins 

Davis C. Durham 

Joseph A. Tolbert 

J. Duncan Adams 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Oklahoma City 

Clerk, Oklahoma City 

District attorney, Oklahoma City. 
Marshal, Oklahoma City 



District judge, Portland, 
.do. 



Clerk, Portland 

District attorney, Portland. 
Marshal, Portland 



District judge, Philadelphia. 

do 

do 

Clerk, Philadelphia 

District attorney 

Marshal, Philadelphia 



District judge, Lewisburg.. 

District judge, Scranton 

Clerk, Scranton 

District attorney, Sunbury. 
Marshal, Scranton 



District judge, Pittsburgh 

do 

do 

District judge, Erie 

Clerk, Pittsburgh 

District attorney, Pittsburgh. 
Marstuil, Pittsburgh 



District judge, San Juan 

Clerk, San Juan _. 

District Attorney, San Juan. 
Marshal, San Juan 



R. I. 
R. I- 
R. I. 
Marshal, Providence R.I. 



District judge. Providence 

Clerk, Providence 

District attorney, Providence. 



District judge. Rock Hill 

District judge, Charleston 

Clerk, Charleston 

District attorney, Charleston. 
Marshal, Charleston 



District judge, Rock Hill 

District judge, Anderson 

Clerk, Greenville -__ 

District attorney, Greenville- 
Marshal, Spartanburg 



• Retired. 

' Appointment made through War Department, sse p. 37. 

' Anoointed for eastern and western districts. 



Legal residence 



State ^°°S. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Oreg. 
Oreg- 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa- 
Pa. 
Pa. 



Pa. 

Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 



S. C. 
S. C. 

s. c. 
s. c. 
s. c. 



s. C. 
s. c. 

S. C- 

s. c. 
s. c. 



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Continued 



South Dakota 



A. Lee Wyman 

James D. Elliott 

Roy B. Marker 

Olaf Eidcm 

Chester N. Leedom. 



Tennessee 

Eastern District 

George C. Taylor. 

Lee A. Beeler 

William J. Carter 

Inslee C. King 

Middle District 

John J. Gore 

Eli L. Doak... 

A. V. McLane 

R.Q. Lillard 

Western District 

Harry B. Anderson 

Alex y. Scott 

Lindsay B. Phillips 

Arthur Rogers.. 

Texas 

Northern District 
Edward R. Meek. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Sioux I'alls... 

do 

Clerk, Sioux Falls 

District attorney, Brookings. 
Marshal, Deadwood 



District judge, Knoxville 

Clerk, Knoxville 

District attorney, Knoxville 
Marshal, Knoxville 

District judge, Cooke ville .. 

Clerk, Nashville ..- 

District attorney, Nashville. 
Marshal, Nashville 

District judge, Memphis 

Clerk, Memphis 

District attorney, Memphis. 
Marshal, Memphis 



District judge, Dallas. 



James C. Wilson ' District judge. Fort Worth. 



Wilham Hawley Atwell. 

George W. Parker 

Norman A. Dodge 

Samuel L. Gross 



Southern District 

Joseph C. Hutehcson, jr. 

L. C. Masterson 

Henry M. Holden 

Richard A. Harvin 



Eastern District 



(Vacancy) District judge 

Frank A. King... Clerk, Texarkana 

Randolph Bryant I District attorney, Sherman. 

Phil E. Baer Marshal, Paris 



District judge, Dallas. 

Clerk, Dallas 

District attorney, Fort Worth. 
Marshal, Dallas 



District judge, Houston 

Clerk, Houston 

District attorney, Houston. 
Marshal, Houston 



Western District 

Du Val West District judge, San Antonio 

Charles A. Boynton District judge. El Paso 

D. H. Hart Clerk, Austin 

John D. Hartman ' District attorney, San Antonio. 

Scott C. White Marshal, San Antonio 



Utah 

Tillman D. Johnson I District judge, Salt Lake City 

W. B. Wilson i Clerk, Salt Lake City 

Charles R. Hollingsworth I District attorney. Salt Lake City. 

W. Vosco Call ! Marshal, Salt Lake City 

Vermont 

Harland B. Howe District Judge, Burlington 

Henry Conlin Clerk, Burlington 

Harry B. Amey.. District attorney, Burlington 

Albert W. Harvey I Marshal, Rutland 



Legal residence 



State 



S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 

Tenn. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Utah. 
Utah. 
Utah. 
Utah_ 



Vt- 
Vt. 

Vt. 

vt. 



Com. 

pensa- 

tion 



$10,000 
10,000 
5,200 
5,600 
4,800 



10,000 
5,200 
6,000 
4,800 



10,000 
2,800 
6,000 
4,800 



10, 000 
4,600 
6,000 
4,800 



10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
5,800 
7,000 
5,800 



10,000 
5,800 
6,500 
4,800 



10,000 
6,200 
6,500 
5,000 



10,000 
10,000 
5,800 
7,500 
6,500 



10,000 
4,400 
6,000 
4,400 



10,000 
4,400 
5,200 
3,800 



11953»— 30- 



-11 



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OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Virginia 

Eastern District 

D, Lawrence Groner 

Joseph P. Brady 

Paul W. Kear 

Clarence G. Smithers-.. 

Western District 

Henry C. McDowell 

L T. Hyatt 

John Paul - 

William L. Brand 

Washington 

Eastern District 



J. Stanley Webster. 

Eva M. Hardin 

Roy C. Fox 

David T. Ham 



Western District 



Edward E. Cushman. 

Jeremiah Neterer 

Edgar Morton Lakin.. 

Anthony Savage 

Charles E. Allen 



Western District 



Claude Z. Luse. 

Herbert C. Hale 

Stanley M. Ryan 

Charles H. Rawlinson. 



Wyoming 

Thomas Blake Kennedy. 

Charles J. Ohnhaus 

A. D. Walton.. 

Hugh L. Patton 



District judge, Norfolk.. Va 

Clerk, Richmond Va 

District attorney, Norfolk... 

Marshal, Norfolk.. 



District judge, Lynchburg ; Va. 

Clerk, Lynchburg ...i Va. 

District attorney, Roanoke ! Va. 

Marshal, Roanoke 1 Va. 



District judge, Spokane Wash. 

Clerk, Spokane ■ Wash. 

District attorney, Spokane Wash. 

Marshal, Spokane I Wash. 



West Virginia 

Northern District 

William Eli Baker 

Austin C. Merrill 

Arthur Arnold 

Harry A. Weiss. 

Southern District 

George W. McClintic... 

Ira H. Mottesheard 

James Damron 

John P. Hallanan 

Wisconsin 

Eastern District 



Ferdinand A. Qeiger. 

B. H. Westfahl 

Levi H. Bancroft 

James N. Tittemore.. 



District judge, Tacoma ! Wash. 

District judge, Seattle ..i Wash. 

Clerk, Tacoma Wash. 

District attorney, Seattle ' Wash. 

Marshal, Tacoma Wash. 



District judge, Elkins... W. Va. 

Clerk, Elkins ' W. Va. 

District attorney, Parkersburg ! W. Va. 

Marshal, Wheeling W. Va. 



District judge, Charleston W. Va. 

Clerk, Charleston W. Va. 

District attorney, Huntington ' W. Va. 

Marshal, Charleston. j W. Va. 



District judge, Milwaukee 

Clerk, Milwaukee 

District attorney, Milwaykee. 
Marshal, Milwaukee 



Wis. 
Wis. 
Wis. 
Wis. 



District judge, Madison... Wis. 

Clerk, Madison Wis. 

District attorney, Madison. Wis. 

Marshal, Madison 1 Wis. 



District judge, Cheyenne 

Clerk, Cheyenne 

District attorney, Cheyenne- 
Marshal, Cheyenne 



Wyo. 
Wyo. 

Wyo. 
Wyo. 



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WASHINGTON, D. C. 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 


Com- 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


111 




$12, 500 


Ind... 




12,500 


Ohio... 




12, 500 


Tenn... 




12,500 


Wis.... 




12, 500 


Tenn... 




4, 600 

5,600 
3,500 


Md.... 
Me 


6th.... 


D. C 




4,600 


Mo 




X 600 



William J. Graham. 

Oscar E. Bland 

Charles S. Hatfield.. 

Finis J. Garrett 

Irvine L. Lenroot... 



W. R. McWherter. 
Arthur B. Shelton. 
Frank C. Merritt.. 
Joseph G. Gauges.. 
James R. Taylor... 



Presiding judge. 
Associate judge. 

do 

do 

do 



Reporter... 

Clerk 

-Assistant clerk 

Marshal 

Second assistant clerk. 



COURT OF CLAIMS OF THE UNITED STATES 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Fenton W. Booth 

William R. Green 

Benjamin H. Littleton. 
Thomas S. Williams... 
Richard S. Whaley 



Chief justice. 

Judge 

do 

do 

do 



111 




lowa.- 




Tenn... 




Ill . 




S. C... 


- 







$12, 600 
12, 50O 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 50O 



COURT OF APPEALS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



George E. Martin... Chief justice 

Charles H. Robb Associate justice. 

Josiah A. Van Orsdel i do 



Henry W. Hodges Clerk 

Moncure Burke.. Deputy clerk. 



D. C- 

Vt... 
Wyo. 

D. C. 
D. C. 



$12, 50O 
12,500 
12, 500 

5,600 
3;50O 



SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Alfred A. Wheat 

Wendell P. Stafford 

Frederick L. Siddons 

Wilham Hitz... 

Thomas Jennings Bailey. 

Peyton Gordon 

Jesse C. Adkins 

Oscar R. Luhring 

Joseph W. Cox 



Frank E. Cunningham. 
A. Leftwich Sinclair 



Chief justice 

Associate justice. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



.do- 
.do. 



Clerk... 
Auditor. 



N. Y... 




Vt 




D. C 




D. C . 




Tenn... 




D. C 




N. Y... 




Ind 




D. C . 




Md.... 




Va 






1 



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

7,000 
7,50a 



UNITED STATES COURT FOR CHINA 

SHANGHAI, CHINA 



Milton Dwight Purdy 


Judge 


Minn 




$10, 000 


George Sellett 


District attorney 


111 




4,000 


Thurston R. Porter 


Marshal 


N. Y 




3,000 


J. Marvin Howes 


Clerk.. . 






3,000 


Louis T. Kenake 


Assistant clerk . ... 


Calif 




2,400 













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NEW YORK, N. Y. 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Israel F. Fischer 

Byron S. Waite... 

Charles P. McClelland. 

Jerry B. Sullivan 

George Stewart Brown. 

George E. Weller 

George Morley Young.. 

William J. Tilson 

Genevieve R. Cline 



Presiding Judge. 

Judge.. 

do 

do 

do- 



.do.. 
-do., 
.do., 
.do.. 



John W. Dale Clerk 

William H. Tietgen Deputy clerk. 

Michael S. Oleason Marshal 

Charles F. Kuiz 1 Reporter 

Samuel C. Hudnell. do 

James G. Hilton do 

Frank A. Nesbitt ! do 

Edward Neuwirth do 

Howard Basler 

Pasquale S. DeMarco 

James W. Taylor.. 

Vincent Trupper 

Gertrude VanOstrand 



do 

Trial clerk 

Chief, Protest Bureau 

Chief, Reappraisement Bureau. 
Editor of Decisions 



N.Y.. 

Mich.. 

N. Y.. 

Iowa. . 

Md... 

N.Y.. 

N.Dak. 

Oa.. 

Ohio 



$10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
10,000 

,5,000 
3,000 
2,100 
3,200 
3,200 
3,200 
3,200 
3,200 
2,900 
2,700 
3,400 
3,400 
3,100 



APPENDIXES 



ARMY PAY TABLES 
NAVY PAY TABLES 
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN THE EXECUTIVE CIVIL SERVICE 



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NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE CIVIL SERVICE 



Number of Officers and Employees in Each Branch of the Federal 
Executive Civil Service on June 30, 1930, with Totals for June 30, 
1916, November 11, 1918 (Armistice Date), and Later Dates, Comprising 
Classified and Unclassified (Which Includes Presidential), Positions * 

[Compiled by United States Civil Service Commission] 



DEPARTMENT OR OFFICE 


Total 
number 
June 30, 

1930 


In District of Columbia 


Outside District of 
Columbia , 




Total 


Men 


Women 


Total 


Men 


Women 


The White House. 


45 

4,691 

52, 900 

50, 289 

4,800 

2 316, 995 

47, 696 

18, 573 

25, 736 

26, 955 
4,940 
4,419 

550 

2,252 

561 

46 

450 

1,235 

180 

220 

179 

87 

14, 699 

2,653 

1,970 

24,719 

15 

2 

13 

254 
205 
150 
28 
38 
97 

42 
231 


45 

714 

13, 436 

4,408 

922 

4,075 

6,927 

3, 606 

5,255 

9,418 

774 

4,419 

550 

1,531 

395 

46 

411 

<722 

180 

210 

118 

87 

78 

2,653 
1,970 

4,755 
15 
2 
13 

40 
187 
150 
28 
36 
97 

9 
228 


41 
377 

5,588 

2,627 

644 

3,227 

5,725 

2,290 

3,046 

4,831 

411 

3,491 

402 

1,162 

151 

33 

282 

422 

95 

124 

40 

42 

64 

2,028 
1,226 
1,565 

10 
2 

10 

20 
89 
66 
20 
25 
39 

5 
128 


4 
337 

7,848 

1,781 

278 

848 

1,202 

1,316 

2,209 

4,587 

363 

928 

148 

369 

244 

13 

129 

300 

85 

86 

78 

45 

14 

625 

744 

3,190 

5 








State Department 


3,977 
39, 464 
45, 881 

3,878 
312, 920 
40, 769 
14,967 
20, 481 
17, 537 

4,166 


2,906 
32, 461 
41,513 

2,827 
285, 696 
38, 459 
12, 655 
17, 512 
14, 172 

3,358 


1 071 


Treasury Department 


7,003 
4 368 


War Department 


Justice Department 


1 051 


Post Oflice Department 


3 27, 224 
2,310 
2,312 
2,969 
3 365 


Navy Department 


Interior Department 


Agriculture Department 


Commerce Department 


Labor Department 


808 


Government Printing Office 




Smithsonian Institution ^ 








Interstate Commerce Commission 

Civil Service Commission 


721 
166 


690 

88 


31 

78 


Bureau of Efficiency. 




Federal Trade Commission . 


39 
513 


30 
384 


9 


Shipping Board 


129 


Alien Property Custodian 




Tariff Commission 


10 
61 


8 
23 


2 


Employees Compensation Commission. 
Federal Board for Vocational Education. 


38 


The Panama Canal 


14, 621 


14,049 


572 


The Public Buildings and Public Parks 
of the National Capital 




General Accounting Office 








Veterans' Bureau . . . 


19,964 


12,636 


7,328 


Railroad Administration « ... . 


Commission of Fine Arts 








War Finance Corporation 5 


3 

20 
98 
84 
8 
11 
58 

4 
100 








National Advisory Committee for Aero- 
nautics 


214 
18 


198 
18 


16 


Federal Reserve Board s 




Board of Tax Appeals 




Board of Mediation 








Federal Power Commission 


2 


2 




Federal Radio Commission . 




American Battle Monuments Commis- 
sion- 


33 
3 


25 

1 


8 


Federal Farm Board 


2 






Total 


608, 915 


68, 510 


40,348 


28, 162 


540,405 


479, 711 


€0,694 







War Expansion and Changes Since Armistice 







In Dis- 


Outside 






In Dis- 


Outside 


DATE 


Total 


trict of 


District of 


DATE 


Total 


trict of 


District of 






Columbia 


Columbia 






Columbia Columbia 


June 30, 1916 


438,057 


39, 442 


398, 615 


June 30, 1926 


560, 705 


60,811 


499, 894 


Nov. 11, 1918 


3 917, 760 


117, 760 


3 800, 000 


June 30, 1927 


559,138 


59, 800 


499, 338 


July 31, 1920. 


3 691, 116 


90, 559 


3 600, 557 


Dec. 31, 1927 


554,175 


60, 660 


493, 515 


July 31, 1921 


597, 482 


78, 865 


518,617 


June 30, 1928 


568,715 i 


61, 388 


507, 327 


June 30, 1922 


560,863 


69, 980 


490, 883 


Dec. 31, 1928 


573,107 


62, 140 


510, 967 


June 30, 1923 


548, 531 


66,290 


482, 241 


June 30, 1929 


587, 665 


63,904 


523, 761 


June 30, 1924 


554, 986 


64,120 


490,866 [ 


Dec. 31, 1929 


589,145 , 


63,946 


525, 199 


June 30, 1925 


664, 718 


63,756 


500,962 


June 30, 1930 


608,915 ! 


68, 510 


540, 405 



• Does not include legislative or judicial services, nor the commissioned, warranted, or enlisted personnel 
of the military, naval. Marine Corps, or Coast Guard services, nor government of District of Columbia. 

> Includes 13,200 clerks at third-class offices, 203 screen-wagon contractors, 246 carriers for offices having 
special supply, 5,698 clerks in charge of contract stations, 11,789 star-route contractors, and 276 steamboat 
contractors. Does not include 33,483 clerks at fourth-class offices who are employed and paid by the post- 
master, and 22,240 mail messengers not included in previous computations. 

' Approximated. 

• Includes administrative officers of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or in 
warehouses or employees on vessels. 

• Positions not subject to the Civil Service Act. 

162 



INDIVIDUAL INDEX 



PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL TITLE, STATION, LEGAL RESIDENCE, AND COMPENSA- 
TION ARE SHOWN IN THE SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THIS REGISTER 

[Senators are shown on pp. 1 and 2, and Members of the House of Representatives on pp. 3-6] 



A Page 

Abbot, Charles G 123, 131 

Abbott, Arthur H 76 

Abbott, Lt. Col. Edmund 

C — - 39 

Abbott. G. A 25 

Abbott, Grace 104 

Abbott, Sewall W -.- Ill 

Abel, James F 56 

Abell, Almo G 86 

Achi, William Cjr 147 

Acker, A. Lincoln 18 

Acker, W. Bertrand 52 

Ackerman, Ralph II 94 

Acker.son, J. L 108 

AculT, Harmon O HI 

Adams, Charles F 113, 124 I 

Adams, Lt. Col. Emory S... 28! 

Adams. F. L - 99 

Adams, Franklin 129 J 

Adams, George H 91 i 

Adams, George W 61 

Adams, Harry W 44 

Adams, J. Duncan 152 

Adams, James E SO 

Adams, John A 77 1 

Adams, John D 53 

Adams, Lionel H 73 

Adams, Newton C. 103 

Adams, Capt. R. B 21 

Adams, R. E 99 

Adams, Winthrop.. 119 

Adainson, John W_.. 4.5 

Adarason, Maj. K. F 33 

Addleman, Oliver G 13 

Aderhold, Arthur C. 43 

Adkins, Jesse C 155 

Adier, Simon L 151 

Agee, Fred B 76 

Agnew, Col. Ernest H 30 

Aiken, Harold I 34 

Aimone, Victor A 120 

Ainsworth, C. M 128 

Ainsworth, Seth M 96 

Aitchison, Clyde B.... 107 

Akerman, Alexander 146 

Akerson, George 10 

Akin, C.V 23 

Alben, Arthur 80 

Alberts, Hugo W 64 

Albright, Horace M 09,126 

Alden, J.M_ ..- 57 

Alden, W. C 57 

Alderman, Lewis R 56 

Aldous, Shaler E 82 

Aldrich, Kildroy P 45 

Aldrich, L. B... 131 

Ale, John H _.. 119 

Alexander, Acel C 14 

Alexander, James R 59 

Alexander, P. C 13 

Alexander, William H 65 

Alfaro, Horacio F ._. 128 

Allanson, Henry E-. 74 

Allee, GailD. 120 

Allen, Arthur B 14 

Allen, Charles B 16 

Allen, Col. Charles C 28 

Allen, Charles E. _ 154 



Page 

Allen, Charles R 118 

Allen, Collins B 19 

Allen, Edgar A 54 

Allen, Fred D 132 

Allen, Guy F 26 

Allen, Harlan C 98 

Allen, James S 149 

Allen, Jessie M 74 

Allen, Leslie J. _ 72 

Allen, Lineus H- 71 

Allen, M. Eleanor 56 

Allen, Marv Pratt 137 

Allen, Ru.ssell K 53 

Allen, R.L 23 

Allen, T. Warren 84 

Allen, Thomas J., jr. 59 

Allen, Capt. Walter H 48 

Allen, W. D.,.ir . 18 

Allewelt, William F 86 

Alley, Lt. Col. Charles R 38 

Allev, John N 55 

Allison, Franklin E 80 

Allison, Col. James B 34,39 

Allison, Raymond D 43 

Allison, Robert F 15 

Allport, Fayette W 94 

Allport, R. H 58 

Allsup, Forest G 15 

Alschuler, Samuel 144 

Alter, J. Cecil 65 

Althouse, Reuben C 88 

.\lunan, Rafael ._ 37 

Alvord, Ellsworth C 12 

Ameli, Howard W 150 

Ames, Joseph S 123 

Amey, Harry B 153 

i\.midon, Charles F 151 

Anderson, Aaron E 86 

Anderson, Albert B 144 

Anderson, Bertram R.- 89 

Anderson, Chandler P 130 

-Anderson, Charles W 14 

Anderson, E. U 110 

Anderson, George W 143 

Anderson, H. M 18 

Anderson, Harry B 1.53 

Anderson, Henry W 123 

Anderson, Herbert L_ 112 

Anderson, James II 14 

Anderson, L. S 100 

Anderson, Lewis II 77 

Anderson, Mary 105 

Anderson, Melancbton O 71 

Anderson, O. L 25 

Anderson, Oscar P 21 

.\nderson, Simeon D 79 

Anderson, T. B. H 24 

Anderson, W. E 128 

Anderson, Lt. Col. William 

D. A 32 

Andrews, Albert B.. 14 

.\ndrews, Charles K._ 104 

Andrews, Frank 86 

Andrews, Frank E 77 

Andrews, Capt. Harry M 29 

Andrews, Lula T 105 

Andrews, S. F 108 

Anslinger, II. J 17 



Anslinger, Harry J 17 

Ansorge, Herman 16 

.\.ona, A. K _ 147 

Apple, J. L 30 

Appleton, Frederic L 14 

Applin, Maj. Frank D 34,40 

Archer, E. B 25 

Archer, Finch R 44 

Archibald, Albert R 103 

Ardery, Maj. Edward D 32 

Arentsen, James 54 

Arentson, Carl B 77 

Armat, Maj. S. B.- 30 

Armington, John H 65 

Armstrong, C 24 

Armstrong, Ernest P 15 

Armstrong, H. C 99 

Armstrong, Paul 105 

Armstrong, Stoughton E 19 

.\rmstrong, William M 17 

.\rnold, Arthur 154 

Arnold, E. S_ 137 

.Arnold, Howard C- 152 

Arnold, Julean 94 

Arnold, Le Roy D 55 

.'Vrnold, Thomas A 89 

Arthur, C. O 108 

Arthur, O. Fred 77 

Arundell, C. Rogers 114 

Asbury, Calvin H 64 

Aselmeyer, A. J 24 

.'Vsendorf, Albert 50 

.\sh, Maj. James E 30 

Ash, Simon U 102 

Ash, W. O .--- 94 

Ashbridge, Maj. D. M 37 

Ashbrook, Frank G 81 

.-Vshburn, Col. P. M 30 

Ashburn, Maj. Gen. T. Q... Ill 

Ashe, Samuel A 151 

Ashenbeiger, Albert 65 

Ashford, F. A 24 

Ashley, Alex McC 63 

Ashley, Frederick W 7 

Ashlev, William 53 

.\shley, William G., jr 15 

.Ashmore, Claudius D 74 

Ashmun, R. N 127 

.\shworth, Elbridge H 21 

Ashworth, G. W 18 

Ashworth, Reid R 136 

Asue, Manuel 147 

Atherton, Ira K 72 

Atkins, Maj. Layson E 111 

Atkinson, Harry H-.- 150 

Attawav, Elisha F 109 

Atwell, William Hawley 153 

Auchter, Eugene C 74 

Aufente, John R 70 

Aukam. (ieorgeC 136 

Austin, U. W 26 

Austin. Col. William A 40 

Austin, William L 93 

Avancena, Ramon 37 

Avery, Sherwood H 94 

Avis, John B 150 

Awtrey, John 63 

Ayers, E. J 11 

163 



164 



Official Register, 1930 — Individual Index 



B 

Babbitt, Ell wood O 95 

Babcock, J. P-. 127 

Babcock, Omar L 56 

Babcock, Col. W. C 122 

Bach, Col. Christian A 39 

Bach, Glenn R 82 

Bach, Joshua L 34 

Bachman, B. M... 133 

Back, Ernest A 81 

Backus, C. D. -. 101 

Badger, L. F 24 

Baer, Phil E.. 153 

Bagftarly, Franklin C 112 

Bagley, Maj. James W 32 

Bahrenburg, L. P. H 23 

Bahrt, George M .- 80 

Bailey, Edward E 132 

Bailey, Forbes E 86 

Bailey, Frederick J _._ 26 

Bailey, Maj. Neill E 116 

Bailey, T. F.-._ 30 

Bailey, Thomas Jennings 155 

Bain, H. M - 113 

Bain, Lt. Col. Jarvis J 32 

Baines, Matthew 120 

Bair, Bert E 7 

Baird, Maj. Clair W 28 

Baird, Maj. John A 38 

Baity, J. L 115 

Baker, Arthur C... 81 

Baker, Charles A.. 21 

Baker, Cora W 122 

Baker, Harold G_ 147 

Baker, Newton D 123 

Baker, Sybil,. _ 134 

Baker, Thomas J 88 

Baker, Lt. Col. Walter C... 38 

Baker, William Eli 154 

Balderson, VV. C 135 

Baldridge, Capt. Harry A... 47 

Baldridge, P. R._. 13 

Baldwin, Charles E 103 

Baldwin, Elmer I 52 

Baldwin, James W 115 

Baldwin, Mark 80 

Baldwin, Marvin A 65 

Baldwin, Owen N... 96 

Baldwin, Thomas M., jr 133 

Ballou, Frank W 134,136 

Balls, Alfred G 61 

Balmer, James W 55 

Balmer, John E 55 

Baltzell, Robert C 148 

Bancalari, Ignacio Lopez 128 

Bancroft, Levi H 154 

Bane, Marshall C 15 

Banks, C. E... 26 

Banks, Frank A 59 

Banks, James J... 147 

Bannigan, T. J.. 119 

Banning, Paul D... 118 

Bannister, Devillo 119 

Baradel, Joseph R 17 

Barbot, Wingate P 85 

Barbour, Arnold W 61 

Bardelson, Samuel... 109 

Barden, Col. William J 31,39 

Bardrofl, John T 132 

Barger, John A 73 

Barker, Frank E 53 

Barker, H 100 

Barker, Lewellys F 44 

Barker, Preston W 93 

Barker, William L., jr 79 

Barmeier, Harry 83 

, Barnard, Morris M 137 

Barnaud, A. J. 94 

Barndollar, Burton H 61 

Barnes, Charles M 11 

Barnes, Frank B 27 

Barnes, George 12 

Barnes, Comdr. Guy C 109 

Barnes, Guy F 53 

Barnes, Lt. Col. Joseph F 41 

Barnes, Maj. Theodore 41 

Barnes, W. L 25 

Barnett, Claribel R 64 

Barnette, Dudley P., jr 98 

Bamhart, Earl W 11 



Page 

Barnhart, Hermann B 7 

Barns, John T 16 

Barr, Rene W 12 

Barre, William W 46 

Barrett, John T.. 110 

Barrett, Paul L 51 

Barrett, William H 147 

Barringer, Thomas C 95 

Barron, Charles B 87 

Barron, William E 65 

Barry, Lt. Col. Archie W 36 

Barstow, Ivan Leej 70 

Bartel, William P 107 

Bartelt, Edward F.. 13 

Barthold, Edwin W 71 

Bartholomew, J. A 100 

Bartholow, B. H-_ 13 

Bartlett, Calvin W 117 

Bartlett, John H 127 

Bartley, Guy 111 

Baruch, Bernard Mannes 138 

Baruch, Ismar 118 

Bash, Brig. Gen. Louis H... 29 

Bashore, Harry W 59 

Baskette, Col. Alvin K 39 

Basler, Howard 156 

Bass, Capt. Ivan E. 48 

Bass, James W 14 

Bassett, Harry 118 

Bassett, Paul I 52 

Bassler, R. S... 131 

Batchelder, C. L 58 

Batchelder, Edward D 13 

Batcheller, Arthur.. 92 

Bateman, Robert E 82 

Bates, Charles M 147 

Bates, Louis W 49 

Bates, P. H 96 

Bates, Sanford 43,44 

Bates, Col. Walter T 39 

Batschelet, Clarence E... 93,125 

Bauer, Dr. L. H 92 

Baugh, James B., jr 117 

Baumann, Ernest H... 70 

Baumgarten, L. E 55 

Baylor, Adelaide S 118 

Baylor, B. S., jr 26 

Beach, John S... 121 

Beal, Walter H 64 

Beales, LeVerne 93 

Beam, Charles A.. 77 

Beaman, W. M 57 

Bean, CecilN 99 

Bean, Robert S 152 

Bean, Thaddeus R 135 

Bean, W. S 24 

Bearce, H. W 96,125 

Beck, Charles G.. 119 

Beck, Henry L 97 

Beck, William H .- 11 

Becker, Louis J. 14 

Becker, Luther 93 

Becker, Niles R .- 20 

Beckett, Humphrey 134 

Beckett, James F 135 

Beckman, H. C 58 

Beckmyer, May 21 

Beeler, LeeA 153 

Behnke, A bert E 70 

B hre, C. Edward 75 

Beier, Fred W., jr 85 

Belden, William S 65 

Bell, C. A 103 

Bell, Daniel W 13 

Bell, Frank E 15 

Bell, George B... 93 

Bell, J. A 25 

Bell, W. B 81 

Bellis, Charles E 89 

Belt, A. C 135 

Bemis, Willard G 88 

Bender, Jacob O 14 

Benedict, Maurice A 78 

Benedict, Miller S 77 

Benham, E. v.- 99 

Benke, Ernest R 119 

Benner, H. A 18 

Benner, Capt. Ralph C 40 

Bennett, Lt. Col. Claire R... 30 



Page 

Bennett, Hugh H 80 

Bennett, James V 43 

Bennett, W. W 22 

Bennett, Walter J 65 

Benson, A. R 100 

Benson, Clarence O 72 

Benson, George M 82 

Bentley, Fay L.. 134 

Bergere, Alfred M 53 

Bergman, William D 47 

Bernheim, Col. J. R 30 

Besley, Harold J 85 

Besson, Maj. Frank S. 32 

Best, Ethel L. 105 

Bestor, Paul 20 

Betenson, Blaine. 77 

Bethea, Liston P 130 

Bethune, John F-. 113 

Bethune, Mrs. Mary 

McLeod 139 

Beverley, James R — - 37 

Beyer, William R 55 

Bevette, Capt. H. W 122 

Bi^knell, Ernest P 138 

Biddle, Elmer R 86 

Bigelow, Richard L. P 78 

Bigwood, B. L 58 

Biles, William F 72 

Billard, Rear Adm. F. C 21 

Billings, G. W 108 

Billings, Nelson J 78 

BilUngs, W. C 23 

Billings, William P 16 

Billingslea, James H 78 

Billups, R. S 103 

Binford, C.H 25 

Bingham, Francis S "1 

Bingham, George H -- 143 

Binlev, Walter S 52 

Birch, Alexander C 145 

Birch, Mavbury W 15 

Birdsell, C. Grant -- 121 

Birgftld, Frank A 12 

Birsch, William L.- 83 

Birthiight, Samuel F 49 

Bishop, Charles W 146 

Bishop, Maj. Gen. Harry G. 28 

Bishop, Hubert K... — 84 

Bishop, Loren L 78 

Bishopp, Fred C 81 

Bissell, Charles A 58 

Bitney, Raymond N 55 

Bittner, G. E - - 94 

Bixlei, J. Louis 103 

Black, Anna E 117 

Black, Eugene lif 

Black, Frank O 85 

Black, William C...-------- 119 

Black, Maj. Gen. William M. 138 

Blackburn, J. W --^--- ^\^ 

Blacklidge, Mrs. Myrtle T.. 13 

Bladine,LarsE 14 

Blaine, Lt. Col. Robert 27 

Blair, Clyde M. 54 

Blair,Thomas A 65 

Blake,C.L lOl 

Blake, Dean--- o5 

Blake, Capt. Eugene,]r 22 

Blake, William J 119 

Blakely,Capt.C.A - 48 

Blakely,C.F.... IW 

Blalock.Shirl H 94 

Blanchard,LinnR 7 

Blanck, Frederick C 79 

Bland, OscarE 155 

Blaylock,R.L 151 

Blee.HarryH - 92 

Bletz,M.H 129 

Bliss,D.S 13 

Bliss,DonC.- 95 

Bliss, GeorgeS 65 

Bloch,Capt.C.C 49 

Blood, Kenneth D 86 

Bloom, Sol...- 138 

Blount, Gerald R-. 87 

Blue,R 22 

Blundon, Benjamin A 65 

Blystone, MontelloE 65 



Official Register, 1980 — Individual Index 



165 



Page 
Boadle, A.E 94 

Boardman, EvanD 19 

Boardman, Mabel T 138 

Bobo, James E..- ..- 135 

Bocock.Dr.EdgarA 137 

Bode.A.H 105 

Bodholdt, Edward N 43 

Bogardus, F.n 115 

Boggess,J.S_ 23 

Boggess, Owen M 65 

Boggs, George 50 

Boggs, Samuel W 125 

Bogusch, Lt. Comdr.H.R... 48 

Bohan, MerwinL 94 

Boise, Charles D 53 

Bolds, Harry H 11 

Boles, Maj-JohnK... 28 

Boles, Thomas 59 

Bolich, DanielA 16 

Bolin, G.W 25 

Bollinger, Howard L 71 

Bolten, Joseph.. 23 

Bolton, Edward I 105 

Bolton, Thomas 150 

Bond,FiistLt. CarletonF... 37 

Bond, Frank 125 

Bond, Maj. Oliver J 38 

Bond,\VilliamC 7 

Bondy, William... 150 

Bonham, Raphael? 104 

Bonner, F.E Ill 

Bonnett, Walter E 65 

Bonneville, William H 107 

Bonnin, Leo S 54 

Bonnycastle, Col. Henry C... 39 

Bonsted, Claude 15 

Bonynge, Robert W 130 

Boose, Lloyd 30 

Booth, Lt. Col. Alfred J 28 

Booth, DewittC 96 

Booth, Maj. Gen. Ewing E .. 27 

Booth, FentonW 155 

Booth, JosephT 53 

Booth, Wilbui F 144 

Boothe, Rov 77 

Bootle, William A 147 

Borah, Wayne G 148 

Borden, A. D 119 

Borden, Franks 97 

Boi den, Harold L 76 

Borden, ^Nlaj.W. A 33 

Borden, Maj. William B 30 

Borges, E.Gil 129 

Borland, Wilfred P 107 

Boschen, Lt. Col. Frederick 

W^ 41 

Boss, Henry M.,ir 152 

Boss, William A 14 

Bostwick, Rear Adm. L. A... 50 

Boudreaux, Edwin C 91 

Boulden, Charles E 17 

Boundey, George L 60 

Bourke,J.J 135 

Bourn, FiankB 27 

Bout quin, George M 150 

Bourquin,J.J 58 

Bouton, Charles E 86 

Bouve, CleinentL 128 

Bowen,J.C 103 

Bowen,S.T 101 

Bower, WardT 96 

Bowerman, George F 133 

Bowerman, H.B 97 

Boweis, Frank K 14 

Bowers, John E 135 

Bowie, Clifford P 102 

Bowie, EdwardH 65 

Bowie, William 97 

Bow lev. Brig. Gen. Albert J.. 27 

Bowman, DeWittP 15 

Bowman, Comdr. Mark C... 48 

Bowver, Ephraim P 130 

Bovd.AllenR 7 

Boyd, George R 84 

Bovd, James Edmund 151 

Bovd, William I 134 

Bovden, BoydL 80 

Bovden, Roland W 130 

Boyer, Edward A 70 



Boyer, Harry B 65 

Bovei,HenryJ 69 

Boyer, Waltet S 53 

Boykin.B.P 94 

Boykin, Lester E 84 

Bovle, Charles W 63 

Boyle, Isaac -A. 38 

Boynton, Charles A 153 

Bracev, Clarence E 64 

Bradley, Fred A 18 

Bradley, Comdr. W.W 51 

Bradshaw, CO 18 

Bradv,JamesT 119 

Brady.JohnE 15 

Brady, Joseph P 154 

Brainerd, Ezra, jr ... 107 

Brail, Herman F 119 

Branch, KarlS 86 

Branch, William E-... 60 

Branchaud, LouisA 83 

Brand, Albert. 66 

Brand, William L 154 

Brande, Bertram A... 117 

Rrandeis, Louis D 143 

Brandes, Elmer W 74 

Brandjord.LlNI 139 

Brandon, Benjamin F -.. 71 

Brandt, Rose K •. 54 

Brasch, Frederick E 7 

Brasel, RovalH 93 

Brast, EdwinA 14 

Bratton.Col. ThomasS 39 

Brauer, Herman G. A 113 

Brauer, Rudolph S 46 

Bray,C.D 111 

Brear ley, Charles N 15 

Brearley, James A 99 

Brechemin, Col. Louis, jr 31 

Brees,Col.H.J 38 

Breid, Jacob 55 

Breining, Harold W 119 

Bremmerman, Charles H 135 

Brennan, Roland M 133 

Brennan, Maj. Russell H 29 

Brereton, Maj. Lewis H 37 

Brett, Maj. George U 36 

Brett, Lt. Col. M. L 34 

Breuer, Louis H 149 

Brewer, Frank B 120 

Brewster, Elisha H 149 

Brewster, George F 120 

Brewster, Sardius M 148 

Briar, John 62 

Bride, William W 132 

Bridges, Maj. Gen. Charles H. 28 

Briggs, L. J .— 92 

Briggs, Lyman J 96 

Briggs, Owen L 93 

Brigham, Lt. Col. Claude E. 38 

Brigham, Reuben 65 

Bright, Joseph S. 84 

Bringham, R. A 122 

Brinton, Clement S 91 

Brist, Frederick W 66 

Bristol, Lt. Col. M. C 30 

Britt, George W. B 15 

Britt, James J ...- 17 

Britton, Bernhardt R 83 

Broadbent, Sam R 78 

Brodbeck, George 152 

Brodie, David A 61 

Brody, JohnA 119 

Bronaugh, Frank H 49 

Bronson, Ralph B 107 

Brookbank, Roscoe E 73 

Brooke, F. H 137 

Brooke, Lt. Col. Mark 31 

Brookhart, Charles E 95 

Brooks, Clarence C 94 

Brooks, James F... 76 

Brooks, Theron S 21 

Brossard, Edgar B... 113 

Brothers, Charles S.. 63 

Brotzman, William S 66 

Broughton, William S 12 

Brown, Maj. A. H 30 

Brown, Albert K 96 

Brown, B. W.. 26 

Brown, DeU 96 



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Brown, Col. Earl 1 32,40 

Brown, Edgar 74 

Brown, Ernest W 135 

Brown, Col. Frederick M 40 

Brown, Frederick W 117 

Brown, George E 119 

Brown, George Stewart 156 

Brown, Gilbert D 78 

Brown, Henry E 71 

Brown, Henry R 120 

Brown, Herbert D... 118 

Brown, Hugh A .- 58 

Brown, Capt. J. E • 33 

Brown, Jack 56 

Brown, James P 88 

Brown, John B 56 

Brown, Maj. Gen. Lytle.. 31, 126 

Brown, Martin 149 

Brown, O. P. M 108 

Brown, Maj. Gen. Preston. 27,124 

Brown, Raymond C 62 

Brown, Sidney C 18 

Brown, Thad. H 115 

Brown, William E... 16 

Brown, M'illiam L 7 

Browne, Charles A 79 

Browne, Rhodric W 120 

Brownrigg, Albert E.. 120 

Brownson, Adm. Willard H. 138 

Bruce, Comdr. Bryson 48 

Bruce, Charles.. 87 

Bruce, Howard 33 

Bruce, John C. 134 

Bruckart, John R 78 

Brueggeman, Bessie Parker.. 118 

Brumbaugh, N. J 99 

Brumby, Rear Adm. F. H... 50 

Brunner, Henry C 48 

Brunot, F. R 24 

Brusse, William 17 

Bryan, Frank B., jr 133 

Brvan, James B 104 

Bryan, Nathan P 144 

Brvan, W. M .- 23 

Bryant, Frederick H 150 

Bryant, H. C 86 

Bryant, Hal F 59 

Bryant, K. K... 26 

Bryant, Levi 71 

Bryant, Randolph 153 

Bryden, Lt. Col. William... 28 

Bryson, Mizell 119 

Buck, Clarence J 78 

Buckingham, Earle 125 

Buckler, Clarence H 46 

Buckley, Edward D 16 

Buckley, Edward E 44 

Bucklev, John 146 

Buckley, John S 69 

Buckner, Maj. S. B., jr 38 

Budwig, Gilbert G 92 

Buell, Herbert L 31 

Bufflngton, Joseph 143 

BufTmgton, William E 45 

Bugbee, Col. F. W 28 

Bulger, John K 98 

Bullard, Maj. Peter C 31 

Bullion, Clarence L 52 

Bullock, Charles A 96 

Buntin, John A 54 

Burch, Dallas S 69 

Burchard, E. D 58 

Burchard, E. F 57 

Burden, Oliver D 150 

Burford, Archie D 17 

Burgess, Albert F 89 

Burgess, George K 96, 

116, 123, 125 

Burgess, Col. Harry 109 

Burgett, John L 70 

Burgin, Lt. Col. Henry T... 28 

Burke, David A 34 

Burke, Frank S. W.. 135 

Burke, James G 95 

Burke, Moncure 155 

Burke, William J 59 

Burkhalter, J. T 23 

Burklin, R. Reyburn 113 

Burks, Lt. Comdr. H. E 51 



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Burlew, Ebert K 52 

Burlingame, Luther D 125 

Burnet, David 13 

Burnett, Alfred E 104 

Burnett, Col. Frank C 41 

Burnett, Samuel T 147 

Burnham, Charles W 96 

Burns, Alexander G.- 66 

Burns, Cecil B 88 

Burns, Maj. J. H.. 34 

Burns, Lowell C 15 

Burns, Mark L 55 

Burpee, Lawrence J 127 

Burrage, Rear Adm. O. H... 50 

Burrell, Comdr. Gleen S 48 

Burrows, Bessie... 47 

Burrows, James W 49 

Burrows, Warren B 146 

Bursum, H. O 139 

Burt, Lt. Col. Charles C 39 

Burt, Col. Reynolds J 38 

Burt, Lt. Col. William H.... 40 

Burton, Col. Frank H 39 

Burton, H. Ralph 138 

Burton, Ishmael... 112 

Burton, R. O 12 

Buscher, Andrew C 135 

Bush, Daniel P 7 

Bush, H.J 25 

Bush, Porter L... 61 

Busman, Herman 69 

Bustamente, Joaquin C 128 

Butcher, Lt. Col. Edwin 28 

Butin, George E.._ 73 

Butler, Arthur R 117 

Butler, Asa W. 149 

Butler, First Lt. F. B 126 

Butler, George W.... 70 

Butler, H. D 94 

Butler, Jarvis 124 

Butler, Maj. John S 32 

Butler, Ollie M 95 

Butler, Pierce 143 

Butler, Ulvsses 107 

Butman, Arthur B 93 

Butterfield, Earl C 74 

Butterfield, Lvnnford C 72 

Butterworth, William 129 

Butts, Halleck A 94 

Butts, J. Frank 136 

Butts, Thomas 95 

Byerley, John H 71 

Byers, Horace G 80 

Byers, Mortimer W 150 

Byington, Homer M 11 

Byington, L. B 24 

Byrd, Dr. J. L 110 

Byrne, Joseph V 119 

Byrnes, J. Wise 74 

Byrns, Joseph W 138 

Byroade, Col. George L 42 



Cabell, Maj. De Rosey C... 40 

Cadwallader, Charles L 83 

Cady, JohnB.. 46 

Caemmerer, H. P. 126 

Cafley, Francis G 150 

Cage, Capt. Harry K 47 

Cahill, Capt. H. F. K 122 

Caine, Charles E 45 

Calcott, Alexander O 99 

Calder, A. Bland 95 

Caldwell, George R 72 

Caldwell, Henry 35 

Calhoun, C. H 109 

C alhoun, Herbert C. 54 

Call, W. Voscoe 153 

Callahan, Denis D... 71 

Callahan, Joshua B 52 

Callander, William F 85 

Callaway, Joseph, jr 91 

Callen, Richard C 146 

Callister, Thomas .\ 16 

Calvert, Edgar B.... 65 

Calvert, Col. Edward... 40 

Calvert, Thomas J 119 

Cameron, Ben F... 149 



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Cameron, Maj. Harry F 41 

Cameron, John J.. 125 

Cameron, Thomas F— 132 

Cammerer, Arno B 59 

Campbell, Balem C 15 

Campbell, F. L 148 

Campbell, Fred C 54 

Campbell, John S 87 

Campbell, Louis J.. 17 

Campbell, Marcus B 150 

Campbell, Roy 18 

Campbell, Thomas E 117 

Campbell, Lt. Col. Tilman.. 40 

Campbell, Walter G 63,90 

Canaday, Hamill A 53 

Canfleld, Charles H.. 72 

Canfield, G. H 58 

Canfield, Harry L 96 

Cannon, Calhoun L 87 

Cannon, Luther S 13 

Cant, William A.. 149 

Canty, George R 95 

Caples, Lt. Col. W. Gofi 41 

Capper, Arthur 126,138 

Capps, Rear .4.dm. Washing- 
ton L 124 

Carbajal y Rosas, Bartol- 

ome... 128 

Cardon, A. F 20 

Carl, Leslie M 85 

Cariin, W. H._. 135 

Carlson, Gudrun.. „ 95 

Carlson, Vivian... 117 

Carlton, John A 119 

Carmelia, F. A 22 

Carmichael, Maj. Gen. R. L. 30 

Carmody, Mary M 137 

Carnachan, Thomas W 70 

Carnes, E. H 24 

Games, J. H 99 

Carpenter, Albert H 71 

Carpenter, George A 147 

Carpenter, W. R 118 

Carr, Col Irving J.. 27,34 

Carr, Ralph L 146 

Carr, Walter E 104 

Carr, Wilbur J.-.. 11 

Carrington, John 135 

Carrington, P. M. 26 

Carroll, Charles C 68 

Carroll, William P 87 

Carruthers, Lemuel A 93 

Carson, Ernest 66 

Carson, Harry R 120 

Carson, Kit J 15 

Carson, Max H 58 

Carter, Aubrey B 114 

Carter, Earl H 73 

Carter, Edward E 75,125 

Carter, George H 7, 116 

Carter, H.J 148 

Carter, Paul 1 121 

Carter, Peyton 54 

Carter, William J. 153 

Carter, WOliam T 80 

Carusi, Charles F 134 

Carusi, Ugo J. A 43 

Gary, Edward F 70 

Case, Daniel H 147 

Case, George S 125 

Case, Lt. Col. R. W. 33 

Cash, B. K. 122 

Cash, Frank E 102 

easier, William A 96 

Casper, Adolph M.... 69 

Cassie, Earl W 137 

Castle, N. H 145 

Castle, William R., jr 11 

Castonguay, W. B 108 

Castor, Thomas 71 

Caswell, Irving A. 19 

Catala, Juan Varas 72 

Catron, Maj. Thomas B 28 

Cattell, Roscoe A. 101 

Cavanah, Charles C 147 

Cavanaugh, Helen L 133 

Cavenaugh, Col. Harry LaT. 38 

Cayton, Nathan... 136 

CecU, Comdr. H. B... 48 



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Ceder, E. T.. .. 25 

Cely, Homer M 89 

Centen, Winford J 66 

Chace, Edward McK 79 

Chadwick, Arthur S 93 

Chaffee, Robert W. 31 

Chalmers, Henry. ... 93 

Chamberlain, Col. W. P 30 

Chamberlin, Edwaid H 123 

Chamberlin, James E 21 

Chambers, Howard.. 16 

Chambers, Wilfred E. 120 

Champlin, Louis F 86 

Chaney, Maj. James E 36 

Chaney, Lucian W.. 103 

Channing, Alice... 104 

Chapin, E. W 101 

Chapman, Celia B 61 

Chapman, L. C 119 

Chappelear, Col. Louis S 41 

Chappell, Ralph H 21 

Chappell, Maj. Sidney L 110 

Chardon, Carlos E 37 

Charest, C. M 13 

Charlton, Marquis A. 83 

Charron, Arthur I 143 

Chase, Carl S 109 

Chase, Harrie Brigham 143 

Chase, Will H 83 

Cheatham, Rear Adm. Jos- 
eph Johnston 49 

Cheesman, William H 81 

Cheney, Col. Sherwood A. 31 

Chesbrough, Ralph F 95 

Chew, Arthur P 64 

Chilcott, E. Channing 74 

Childs, Archie W . 93 

Childs, James B 7 

Chisholm, Capt Edward N., 

jr. 126 

Chiswell, Capt. B. M 21 

Chretien, Alfred J 150 

Christensen, Arthur H 66 

Christensen, Chris L 113 

Christensen, James 73 

Christensen, Mart T... 53 

Christian, S. L 23 

Christiansen, First Lt. James 

G 111 

Christie, Emerson B... 11 

Christy, Frank 54 

Church, Comdr. Gaylord 48 

Church, Verne H 85 

Clapp, Earle H. 75 

Clarahan, Charles H.. 45 

Clark, Arthur R 147 

Clark, Charles C 65 

Clark, Elwyn T. 18 

Clark, George E. 126 

Clark, J. Wood 152 

Clark, Joseph S... 73 

Clark, Kenneth P 15 

Clark, Marvin B 55 

Clark, Omer W 119 

Clark, Robert E 76 

Clark, T 22 

Clark, W. A. Graham 113 

Clark, W. D., jr 132 

Clark, Maj. W. L 33 

Clark, WUliam 150 

Clarke, Harry G 120 

Clarke, J. O 91 

Clarke, Jesse C 60 

Clarke, Jesse W 14 

Clarke, Lee M. 90 

Clarke, Marshall B. 112 

Clarkson, Frank.. 83 

Clarv, Robert S 92 

Claude, Capt A 48 

Claybourn, J. G 109 

Clearman, W. J. 115 

Cleary, Francis J. P 64 

Clegg, Cecil H 145 

Clement, Charles B.. 73 

Clement, Maj. J. K... 33 

Clemmons, Ballard H 117 

Clift, J. W.. 99 

Cline, Genevieve R 156 

Cline, Isaac M... 66 



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Cline, Joseph L 66 

Close, Wilbur L 86 

Clotts, Herbert V 54 

Cluck, First Lt. James C 36 

Clyde, Elbert T 20 

Coad, Bert R 81 

Coage, JeSerson S-- 137 

Cobb, J. O 26 

Cobb, James A 136 

Cobb, Nathan A... 74 

Cobb, Paul... 15 

Cobey, Comdr. E. A.. 48 

Cochran, A. M. J.. 148 

Cochran, Ernest'F 152 

Cochran, Maj. J. H 28 

Cochran, Robert A 56 

Cochran, W. W 101 

Cochrane, Walter C 54 

Coe, Charles E 55 

Cofer, L. E 26 

Coffey, E. R.... 24 

Coffey, Richard J- 59 

Coffin, William M 119 

Cogliill, Will H 102 

Cogswell, Col. Ledyard, jr.. 33 

Cogswell, Theodore L 137 

Cohee, Edgar M... 14 

Cohen, Walter L.. 19 

Cohenour, Howard H 72 

Cohnan, Edward J 81 

Cohran, John R 68 

Colcord, Mabel 81 

Cole, Arthur Q 136 

Cole, Frank T 66 

Cole, Guy T... 70 

Cole, Harvey S... G6 

Cole, Truman W 72 

Cole, Rear Adm. W. C 51 

Coleman, Arch 45 

Coleman, Charles W 7 

Coleman, Col. F. W 30 

Coleman, Frank H 66 

Coleman, Frank J 150 

Coleman, Otto L... 82 

Coleman, William C 149 

Coles, Malcolm A _. 112 

Colgau, Capt. John Q 36 

Collier, Carl.. 115 

Collier, George W 149 

Collier, Raymond 89 

Collins, Frank H.. 69 

Collins, Q. L.. 23 

Collins, Guy N 75 

Collins, Horace R.. 70,72 

Collins, Lynne W 59 

Collins, Maurice 135 

Collins, W. D.. 58 

CoUman, Herman T 66 

CoUom, McLin S 66 

Colquitt, Oscar B.- 107 

Colton, Maj. Roger B 35 

Colvin, Park D.. 45 

Colwell, George W 61 

Colwell, J. H 100 

Combs, Arthur W 70 

Comer, George P 113 

Compton, Lt. Col. Good- 
win 34,40 

Comstock, Ada L 123 

Comstock, Harold D.. 59 

Concannon, Charles C 93 

Concklin, Edward F 126 

Cone, A. J.. 115 

Cone, Fred.. 66 

Cone, Hutch 1 108 

Congdon, George D 50 

Conger, Norman B. 66 

Conklin, D. T.. 38 

Conklin, Elbert E., jr 86 

Conley, Col. Edgar T 28 

Conlin, Henry. J 153 

Connell, W. B Ill 

Conner, Maj. Gen. Fox 41 

Conner, James F-. 76 

Conner, Stanley H 119 

Connor, Bernard.. 88 

Connor, Patrick 66 

Connor, Maj. Gen. William 
D 38 



Conrad, Col. Julius T. 39 

Conradis, Louis 137 

Conroy, Walter C 105 

Conser, F. M 55 

Cook, Mrs. Anthony Wayne. 138 

Cook, De Witt C 121 

Cook, Fred M 15 

Cook, George A 107 

Cook, Mrs. Katlierine M 56 

Cook, Orator F 75 

Cook, Paul S 66 

Cook, Richard L 120 

Cooke, Noel A 50 

Cooksey, George R 20, 130 

Cooley, A. C- 54 

Coolidge, Calvin... 138 

Coombs, Arthur W., jr 92 

Coombs, Wade H 132 

Coope, Maj. Harry... 28 

Cooper, Claude C 66 

Cooper, Frank 150 

Cooper, S. P 25 

Cooper, William John. 56, 118, 136 

Cooper, William L 93,129 

Copeland, L. G 12,114 

Copthorne, Maj. William A.- 40 
Corbin, Lt. Col. Clifford L.. 29 

Corbin, William Lee 7,131 

Corkill, Edward C 66 

Corliss, Clifford G 96 

Cornell, Comdr. J. H... 21 

Cornwall, Col. Bruce 34 

C orn well, Fred M 135 

Corput, G. M 23 

Correll, L. E 54 

Corson, Charles 69 

Corwin, Walter E 14 

Cosdon, A. C 101 

Cosgrave, George 146 

Costigan, T. L 134 

Cotteral, John H 144 

Cotton, Harold A... 98 

Cotton, Joseph P... 11 

Cotton, William E.. 69 

Cottrell, Frederick G 79 

Couch, Leo K 82 

Coulter, John Lee 113 

Cover, Louis C. 66 

Coville, Frederick V 75 

Cowan, Col. Arthur S 35 

Coward, Col. Jacob M 38 

Cowdrick, Howard B 66 

Cowgill, E. P 30 

Cowgill, Mrs. Margaret L... 148 

Cowles, A. W.- 100 

Cowles, Gardner. 139 

Cox, Allen 149 

Cox, Lt. Col. Creed F 37 

Cox, John R 17 

Cox, Joseph W 155 

Cox, O. H 23 

Cox, Capt Ormond L 48 

Cox, Oscar P.- 147 

Coxe, Alfred C. 150 

Coxe, Capt Lewis 124 

Cragg, William B.. 93 

Craig, Col. Charles F. 31 

Craig, J. D 127 

Craig, Maj. Gen. Malin 41 

Craighead, Frank C 81 

Grain, Lt. Col. James K 27 

Cramer, W. Ford 11 

Crandall, Lynn. 58 

Crane, J. J_ 134 

Cranmer, George T... 150 

Craver, Joseph N 34 

Crawford, C. W 90 

Crawford, Franks 102 

Crawford, Maj. J. B 28 

Crawford, Louis H 146 

Crawford, Maj. Robert W... 31 

Creel. R. H 23 

Creely, Andrew J 69 

Creps, Clark W.. 128 

Crew, H. C 101 

Cricher, A. Lane 93 

Crisler, Clara M 53 

Crist, Raymond F 104 

Cristy, Albert M 147 



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Crittenden, Eugene C 96 

Croft, Samuel M 7 

Croisan, Edward M ig 

Crom, George C " 53 

Crom, Maj. William if so 

Crone, John L ""' qq 

Cronemiller, Fred P.VjV 77 

Cronm, Dennis H i^n 

Cronin, Patrick D """ m 

Crouk, James W. "'" H 

Crooks, Noah.. ?? 

CroPley, Charles ElmoVeV::" 143 
Crosby, Herbert B \\%, 

Crosley, Rear Adm. W."sV:' 50 
Cross, Anne G 09 

Cross, John W lof 

Crossley, Steven's s? 

Grossman, Edgar \ 75 

Crosson, Harry J lig 

Crosthwait, Stanley W 92 

Grout, Fletcher G H 

Crowe, John W %^ 

Crowley, R. t "'" 09 

Crown, John "" inq 

Cruden, WillianrH Vo 

Cruikshank, Brig. GenrwU- 

liamM.. 28 

Crupper, JosepTiLV.::::::"" is 

Cubberly, Fred 140 

Cuddy, W. N... ■" u, 

Culbert, Robert W 69 

Culbertson, Col. Albert L '"" 38 
Cullen, Joseph C 147 

Culler, Clarence F qa 

CuUinane, D. J . 135 

Culver, Harvey H "" 71 

Gumming, Hugh s' 92 

Gumming, Surg. Gen. Hugh 

^S j2g 

Gumming, James G 135 

Cunley, Fred M.. """ 29 

Cunningham, Charles H ' 94 
Cunningham, Maj. Charles H 40 
Cunningham, Edward H. 114 
Cunnmgham, Edward J.. 12, 103 
Cunningham, Frank E.. 155 
Cunningham, Frank P. 77 

Cunningham, G. W. 17 

Cunningham, John H 19 

Cunningham, John T 61 

Cuppl&s, Homer L 79 

Curl, Capt. Holton C " 49 

Curren, Ralph B I 95 

Currie, Rolla P 81 

Currier, William S 66 

Curry, Dr. D. P 109 

Curtice, Cooper 73 

Curtis, Charles 127,138 

Curtis, Frank S 47 

Curtiss, Charles D 84 

Gushing, Charles W 147 

Gushing, Ernest W 26, 116 

Cushman, Edward E 154 

Cushman, Frank 118 

Custer, Burton D... 56 

Cutcheon, C. T. M 115 

Cuthbert, John T 47 

Cutter, John D 119 

Cutting, H. 100 

Czarnecki, Anthony 19 

D 

Daiker, FredH 54 

Dailey, Richard B 66 

Daingerfield, Lawrence H 66 

Dakin, Norman A 86 

Dale, John W 156 

Dallas, John T 72 

Daly, John F 93 

Dame, K. H 94 

Damron, James 154 

Danforth, Brig. Gen. Charles 

H 36 

Daniel, Robert E. L 56 

Danielson, Percy W 55 

Darby, Howard L 72 

Darlington, Edward B 59 



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Darnall, Brig. Qen. Carl R.. 31 

Darr, F. M — 108 

Darrah, Col. Thomas W 39 

Dasher, Charles L 20 

Daugherty, William T 95 

Davenport, Miles Leroy 70 

Davidson, Maj. Howard C. 36 

Davidson, Roy N 14 

Davies, David - Sfi 

Davies, Frederick O 18 

Davies, William Henry 105 

Davila, Felix Cordova 37 

Davis, Audus T 45 

Davis, Charles B... 149 

Davis, Charles S 147 

Davis, Dwight F 37 

Davis, Emanuel V 15 

Davis, Eugene 120 

Davis, Lt. Col. Frank E 29 

Davis, G. G - 13 

Davis, Henry E. 152 

Davis, Hugh J.... 136 

Davis, J. H - 135 

Davis, James J 118,124 

Davis, John A- - 102 

Davis, Joseph S 113 

Davis, J. Warren 143 

Davis, O. K 129 

Davis, OgdenT 135 

Davis, Raymond H 80 

Davis, Sam B 55 

Davison, Maj. D. A 137 

Davison, David S 117 

Davison, F. Trubee 27 

Dawkins, Benjamin C 148 

Dawkins, IVIerritt L 121 

Dawley, Maj. Ernest J 28 

Dawson, Charles I 148 

Dawson, Paul R.. 80 

Day, Alvah O 99 

Day, Benjamin M 104 

Day, Charles M 58 

Day, Howard H 73 

Day, John L 152 

Day, L. Enos 72 

Day, Capt. Robin A 37 

Day, Samuel H 95 

Day, Walcott L... 66 

Day, Wilfred P 66 

de Albuquerque, Dr. Joao 

Pedro 129 

de Aldrey, Pedro 37 

Dean, Claude M.. 143 

Dean, Col. Elmer A 40 

Dean, J. O 25 

Dean, First Lt. John P... 32, 110 

Dean, Reginald S. 101 

Dean, Robert H 66 

Deane, John J 19 

Deaver, Bascom S 147 

Debler, Erdman B 58 

DeBruler, Ellis 112 

De Bruler, George R 112 

Dechant, Harry P 63 

Deck, William H 97 

Dedeaux, Henry. 19 

Dedman, James E. 120 

Dee, Mary F 35 

Deeds, J. F 57 

Deffenbauch, Walter S 56 

de Forest, Robert W 13S 

DeFossett, Albert J 73 

DeGroot, Frank A.. 12 

Deiler, T. O 92 

Deisel, Charles H 70 

Deitrich, Frank S 144 

Deitrick, Claude H 35 

Deitrick, Col. L. L 30 

de la Gardie, O. A. H 18 

Delamar, William T 15 

DeLaMater, John 114 

Delaney, James J 61 

Delano, Frederic A 126,138 

Delano, Louis A 45 

Delano, William A 126 

Dell, Harry H 70 

Dell, Jpssip 117 

delToio, Emilio 37 

Demaray, Arthur E 69 



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DeMarco, Pasquale S 156 

Demaree, Harry J 64 

Demeritt, AVilliam W 97 

Deming, Charles W 69 

Demmon, Elwood L 75 

DeMoisy, Charles, jr... 77 

Demorest, John R 103 

Dendinger, Walter C 73 

De Neale, Stanley 132 

Denecke, William A., jr 71 

Denison, Arthur C 144 

Denman, C. B.... 113 

Dennee, John S 86 

Dennett, Tyler 11 

Dennis, Alfred P. 113 

Denny, Edward H. 102 

Denson, Lee A 66 

Dent, Edward A 134 

Dent, Frank M 135 

Dent, Porter W 58 

Dent, William E 85 

Denton, Albert H .. 108 

Denzler, F. J 151 

Deputy, OnaD 89 

DeRocher, James D 96 

Derrick, Walter J 76 

de Steiguer, Rear Adm. L. R. 50 

Detwiler, Samuel B 75 

deValin, Hugh 23,59 

Devereaux, William C.. 66 

Devries, Herbert J. S 59 

Dewey, Charles A 148 

Dewey, Lyster H.. 75 

Dewhirst, W. S 115 

DeWitt, Maj. Gen. J. L 29 

DeWitt, Col. Wallace 31 

Diamond, Jay G 85 

Dibrell, Walter C. 97 

Dick, Harvev B 66 

Dick, L. Walter 66 

Dickens, George C 61 

Dickens, Walter F... 55 

Dickerson, Charles E 94 

Dickerson, Jesse E 87 

Dickey, Elvon S.. 71 

Dickey, Joel M 149 

Dickinson, Clark B 54 

Dickinson, H. C 96 

Dickinson, Oliver B 152 

Dickinson, W. E 58 

Dickson, Albert M 85 

Dickson, Col. T. C 34 

Dieck, Charles H 97 

Dieffenbach, Rudolph.. 81 

Diek, Agatha E 105 

Dillard, Wimberly T. 88 

Dille, Frederick M 81 

Diller, W. C 132 

Dilley, Capt. Murray B 35 

Dillon, Fred P 97 

Dillon, James E 14 

Dillon, Capt. L. J... 34 

Dimick, Hamilton 54 

Dingee, Warrant Officer 

George A. 33 

Dinnen, William F.. 112 

Dinsmore, Albert H.. 96 

Dirzulaitis, J. J 58 

Disney, I. P.. 99 

Dixon, Joseph M 52 

Dizon, Paciano 37 

Doak, Claude E.. 15 

Doak, Eli L 153 

Dobbel, Charles A. 52 

Dobbin, R. G...- 98 

Dobson, WiUiam M 120 

Dodd, Oakley F... 144 

Dodge, H. C... 120 

Dodge, L. N 72 

Dodge, Norman A 153 

Dodson William R... "1 

Doherty, Cornelius J 66 

Dolan, H. F 13 

Doland. Arthur W... 53 

Dole, Robert M 66 

Domenech, Manuel V 37 

Domeratzky, Louis 93 

Donahue, Mrs. Lulu Q 152 

Donaldson, Frank W 14 



Page 

Donegan, WilUam A 70 

Donnell, Charles A 66 

Donnelly, Horace 45 

Donnelly, James R 71 

Donnelly, Richard J 28 

Donnellv, Thomas B 150 

Donnelly, Walter J 94 

Donner, William 55 

Donoghue, Chaplain WalterJ. 28 

Donovan, Daniel J 132 

Donovan, Henry A 79 

Doran, James M 17 

Dorland, LeRoy.. 88 

Dorman, George M 70 

Dorr, George B 59 

Dorrington, L. A : 55 

Dorset, Marion 69 

Dorsey, H. W 131 

Dorsev, N. W._. 131 

Dotterer, Harold... 93 

Douglass, Charles H 15 

Douglass, William J 89 

Douglass, William S 49 

Douthitt, Fred D 77 

Dow, Milton W... 66 

Dowell, E. F... 101 

Downes, Maurice A 64 

Downey, William E 92 

Downing, Catherine F 137 

Downing. Elizabeth 117 

Downing, J. William.. 133 

Doying, W. A. E 110 

Doyle, A. P. E 109 

Doyle, Alexander J 47 

Dovle, John T... 117 

Doyle, Robert E.... 135 

Dozal, Fortunate 128 

Dow, Frank • 18 

Downer, James Arthur 14 

Drake, Charles A 13 

Drakeford, James J 16 

Draper, Ernest G.. 138 

Draper, Henry W 134 

Draper, James E.- 86 

Draper, W. F 22 

Dravo, Ralph M... 33 

Dreessen, W. C 25 

Drill, Lewis L 149 

Drinnen, Frank J 114 

Driscoll, Francis B.. 28 

Drum, H. B 53 

Drum, Maj. Gen. Hugh A... 29 

Dryden, A. Lincoln.. 98 

Dudley, John G 98 

Duehay, Francis H 44 

Duelos, August F 56 

Duff, M. L 109 

Dufresne, Frank 83 

Duganne, C. G 112 

Duggan, William 15 

DuHamel, Maj. Notley Y... 31 

Dunbar, Paul B 90 

Duncan, Capt. Early E. W.. 40 

Duncan, George M 21 

Dunlap, R. C. 108 

Dunlap, Renick W 63 

Dunlap, Walter H 133 

Dunlop, John P 102 

Dunn, Henry 35 

Dunn, Howard C 93 

Dunn, John H 145 

Dunnahoo, G. L 25 

Dunning, Marion O 18 

Dunsmore, Andrew B 152 

Durand, E. Dana 92 

Durand, William F 123 

Duras, C. O 100 

Durbin, William G 77 

Durey, Cjtus 14 

Durgin, Martin L 19 

Durham, Davis C... 152 

Durham, Edgar P 71 

Durham, Edwin R 149 

Durham, Victor C 88 

Durrett, J. J 90 

Duthie, George A , 76 

Dutton, Robert W 137 

Dutton, Tom W 148 

Duvel, Joseph W. T...^ 90 



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Dwight, Leo 66 

Dwire, Carroll R 77 

Dye, Alexander V 94 

Dyer, B. W.-- 57 

Dyer, Frederick R 148 

Dyer, R. E 24 

Dyke, Ray A 66 

Dysart, Warrant Officer 

Lewis C 33 

Dyson, Orion E 74 

E 

Eakin, J. Ross 59 

Earhart, Irwin L.. 117 

Earle, B. 11 26 

Eastman, Maj. Clyde L 35 

Eastman, Joseph B 107 

Eaton, George E. - 97 

Eaton, Robert O 13 

Eaton, First Lt. Samuel C, jr. 36 

Ebersole, R. E._- 26 

Ebert, F. C -- 58 

Ebert, U. G 23 

Ebey, Howard D 103 

Eble, F. X. A.. -- 18 

Ebling, Walter H -.. 86 

Eckels, Laura V 21 

Eckhardt, Nicholas 93 

Eddy, Walter L 114 

Edgecomb, Frederick A 97 

Edinburg, F. P 99 

Edson, Howard A 117 

Edwards, Alba M 93 

Edwards, Charles W 64 

Edwards, Daniel H .- 132 

Edwards, Fred E 18 

Edwards, John H 52, 130 

Edwards, Lewis I. H 135 

Edwards, S. W 92 

Edwards, Scott A 147 

Edwards, Wilbur R 44 

Egan, JohnT 85 

Eggers, Charles 55 

Egleston, J. A - 116 

Ehlers, Joseph H 95 

Ehrhardt, John J 95 

Eidem, Olaf 153 

Eidsness, Michael L., jr 46 

Eisenhower, Milton S 63,64 

Ekwurzel, Col. George M--. 39 

Elam, Kyle 18 

Elble, OltoG -- 121 

Elder, John W 55 

Eldridge, Maurice O --- 133 

Eldridge, Watson W -- 61 

Eliason, Howard R 112 

Eliot, Martha M 104 

Eliot, Samuel A - 56 

EUars, Ralph B__ 16 

Elliott, Clarence L..- -- 70 

Elliott, James D - 153 

Elliott, Jasper W 55 

ElUott, Joseph E 77 

EHiott, Maj. Malcolm 32,111 

Elliott, Col. Milton A., jr... 41 

Elliott, Richard N 127 

Ellis, Charles L 54 

Ellis, Luther E 119 

Ellis, Col. Richard T 30 

Ellison, William H 18 

Ellsworth, C. E 58 

Ellsworth, Emmons K 92 

Ellsworth, Q. E 17 

Elorduy, Lie. Aquiles 128 

Elsttr, Georgia A 51 

Elting, Phihp 18 

El well, Fred N... 73 

Ely, Edwin W 96 

Ely, Lt. Col. Eugene J 41 

Ely, Maj. Gen. Hanson E... 39 

Ely, Northcott... 52 

Ely, Seldon M... 134 

Embrey, W. O 135 

Embrey, John A 95 

Emerson, Ernest E 7 

Emerson, Maurice A -.. 12 

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Emerson, Walter 135 

Enugli, Eugene D 66 

Emley, Warren E 96 

Emn;ett, Paul 11 80 

Eimnons, Maj. Delos C 27 

Ender, Lurton R 74 

Endicott, Lt. Col. Francis C. 38 

Engheri;, R. C 20 

Engebretson, Alfred P 15 

Engel, Carl 7 

England, William H 112 

Eiigle, Charles .\ 54 

Engle, Francis G 97 

Engle, J. Finney 121 

English, Benedict M 128 

English, Harry 134 

English, Maj. Paul X 38 

Englund, Erie 85 

Enochs, Robert J... 54 

Epple, Lewis E.. 70 

Erbach, D. H 62 

Erck, Maj. A. H 116 

Ernst, E. C 24 

Ernst, Edward C 118 

Errineton, Col. Charles H... 40 

Ervin, Robert T 115 

Erwin, Walter S._ 92 

E.'^hleman, Cvrus U. 66 

Eskev, C. R 24 

Eskev, Surg. C. R 129 

Esola, Frederick L 146 

Estep, Evan W ^.(s 

Estes, R. M 13 

Esteves, Guillermo 37 

Evans, Albert E 71 

Evans, David E _ 16 

Evans, Donald P US 

Evans, Evan 13 

Evans, Evan .\ 144 

Evans, F. I 13 

Evans, OrilRth 93 

Evans, 11. H 109 

Evans, Henry R 56 

Evans, James A 65 

Evans, Melville E 46 

Evans, R. L 25 

Evans, Ravmond 64 

Evans, Capt. W 51 

Evans, Walter H 64 

Everest, Philip S 55 

Everly, Ora W__ 69 

Everson, Maj. Gen. William G 38 

Ewers, Smith V 71 

Ewing, Carl M 78 

Exline, James C 72 

Exton, Col. Charles W 39 

Eyman, Raymond P 98 

Ezekiels, Jeannette 13G 

F 

Fabey, John H 129 

Faget, F. M 23 

Faget, G. H 24 

Fairbank, Herbert S... 84 

Fairburn, Orville G 119 

Fairchild, Fred R 75 

Fairchild, 1. J.. 96 

Faison, Fannie Sutton 18 

Fake. Guy L 150 

Famous George W 71 

Fant, Lester G 149 

Paris, Charles B 149 

Paris, Chester E .54 

Paris, J. E 24 

Paris, Johnwill 60 

Paris, Robert L 97 

Farnham, Philip S 83 

Farnsworth, David C _. 120 

Farnum, Emily I 92 

Farnuin, Jessica L... 7 

Parr, Homer 60 

Farrell, George E_ 65 

Farrell, John H 94 

Farrell, Patrick J 107 

Farrow, Dr. E. A 55 

Fassig, Oliver L 65 



Fauntleroy, C. M 23 

Favorite, Jo.seph U 53 

Favre, Clarence E 77 

Faxon, Richard 89 

Fay, John B., jr 50 

Faymonville, Maj. P. R 33 

Fearn, Otto E 136 

Fechet, Maj. Gen. James E.. 35, 
123, 124 

Fclker, Grace F 103 

Fellows, F. S 25 

Fellows, Capt. Joseph H no 

Felton, Ernest L 66 

Fenby, Edwin J 78 

Fenn, Leonard S 86 

Fenner, Capt. E. B 51 

Fenton, Arthur C 19 

Ferguson, Garland S., jr 112 

Ferguson, Col. Harley B 31 

Ferguson, J. M 120 

Ferguson, R. Trevor 76 

Ferris, F. E 108 

Fess, Sineon D _. 138 

Fetters, Walter C_ 152 

Fiedler, Albert G 58 

Fiedler, Reginald H 96 

Field, Howard L 105 

Field, John II _--. 14 

Fieldner, Arno C 101 

Fields, J. B_.._ 109 

Fieser, Jan es L.. 138 

Filson, Theodore M 152 

Finch, Burtis J 84 

Finch, Jaaies A 43 

Finch, Royal George 110 

Finger, William L 95 

Finley, David E 12 

Finnegan, Margaret K 21 

Finney, Edward C 52 

Finucane, Thomas O 103 

Fiock, Lawrence R 59 

Fischer, Israel F 1,56 

Fischer, Roy W 19 

Fish, Fitz Morris 44 

Fish, James G 73 

Fisher, Aleyne A 46 

Fisher, Lt. Col. Arthur G.... 40 

Fisher, Ben S 115 

Fisher, Chessmur .A. 15 

Fisher, E.V 133 

Fisher, Capt. H. G 21 

Fisher, Brig. Gen. Henry C 30 

Fisher, John C 60 

Fisher, Lewis H.. 117 

Fisher, Rosa B 103 

Fisher, Walter H 151 

Fisher, William 99 

Fisher, Chaplain William L. 28 

Fiske, Herbert H 54 

Fitch, Fred R 109 

Fitch, Thomas F 45 

Fitting, Rav R 76 

Fitz, Leslie A 90 

P'itzgerald, James J 35 

Fitzgerald, Mary C 132 

Fitz Gerald, Maj. Shepler W. 36 

FitzHenrv, Louis 147 

Fitzwilliam, William R 16 

Flannery, M. Markhani 112 

Fleming, James 72 

Fleming, Robert V 44 

Fleming, W. W. 58 

Fletcher, Allen 119 

Fletcher, Edgar H 66 

Fletcher, Henry P 113 

Fletcher, Julius C 63 

Flickinger, Samuel J 54 

Flint, A. L 110 

Flint, Robert F 74 

Flood, Thomas 97 

Flora, Snowden D 66 

Flory, Charles H 78 

Flower, George L 98 

Floyd, Dagma L 85 

Fluckev, J. Arthur 104 

Flynn, H. S 34 

Foland, George M 19 



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Foley, John p. 15 

FoUansbee, Robert 58 

Folsoin, C. W 25 

Folster, Allen C 77 

Foote, Leonard 109 

Foran, Arthar F 19 

Forbes, John J. V 102 

Forbes, Reginald D 75 

Ford, Capt. Christopher W.. 36 

Ford, Henry. 138 

Ford, Col. Stanley II- 27 

Ford, First Lt. Thomas J 38 

Ford, Worthington C 7 

Foreman, MintaR... 56 

Forman, Phillip 150 

Formanek, Joseph 46 

Forrer, 11. S 18 

Forsliug, Clarence L 76 

Forster, Rudolph... 10 

Foster, A. D 23 

Foster, Estelle 136 

Foster, Frederic J. 96 

Foster, 11. Q 25 

Foster, Julian B 95 

Foster, Leo J 59 

Foster, Lewis E 59 

Foster, M.H- 22 

Foster, Rufus E 144 

Foster, Samuel B 73 

Foster, Vernon E 73 

Fotheringham , William 70 

Fouche, SprouU 94 

Foulk, O. E 114 

Foulois, Brig. Gen. Benjamin 

D 35,123,124 

Found, W. M 127 

Fowler, Harry C 101 

Fowler, J. H 135 

Fowler, Maj. Raymond F... 32 

Fowler, Walter L 132 

Fowler, William C. 136 

Fox, A. Manuel 113 

Fox.C 22 

Fox, Homer S 95 

Fox, Maj. Milo P 31 

Fox, Roy C... 154 

Foxhall, James W 51 

Fracker, Stanley B 89 

Fralic, Harry B 121 

Francas, Alonzo H 72 

Francis, E.. 23 

Frank, L.C 24 

Franke, F. W 122 

Franklin, Col. B. A 33 

Franks, Edward T... 118 

Franzmann, Peter A 70 

Fraser, Col. Walter 30 

Fraser, William O 87 

Fravel, Col. Ira F 36 

Frayser, Frank 17 

Frazier, C.R 17 

Frazier, Lt. Col. Laurence V. 32 

Freeman, George F 64 

Freeman, Rt. Rev. James E. 138 

Freeman, Miller 127 

Freeman, Paul 48 

Freeman, Walter. 61 

Freeman, William H 88 

Freer, Harry L 32,110 

Freimuth, Walter F 15 

French, Edwin S 63 

French, il. Earl 76 

French, Harry H... 76 

French, Leland S.. 64 

Fretz, Warren J- 73 

Frey, CarlJ 44 

Frick, Harvey F 43 

Fricks, L. D_ 22 

Frierson, Luther 28 

Frieser, F. G 108 

Friess, William 101 

Frisbie, W. S 90 

Frissell, Sydney D 79 

Fritsch, Joseph, jr 151 

Froe, Arthur G 137 

Frost, Luther A 89 

Frothingham, Earl H 75 

Fry, IIu^hL 73 

Fry, Walters 54 



Fullaway, Charles H 26 

Fuller, Brig. Gen. Ben H 49 

Fuller, Carrie L 84 

Fuller, J. K 24 

Fuller, Leonore B 64 

Fuller, Merton L 66 

Fuller, Olin C 146 

Fullerton, L. A. 24 

Fulmer, J.H 150 

Fulton, Comdr. Garland 48 

Funk, Charles M 87 

Fuqua, Maj. Gen. Stephen O. 28 

Furlong, Capt. William R... 47 

Furness, James W 93 

Fyfe, Howard. 12 

G 

Gabrielson, Ira N 82 

Gage, Bert P. 14 

Gaines, Lloyd F.. 132 

Gaines, Samuel M. 46 

Galbraith, William H 112 

Gallagher, William J... 15 

Gallahorn, James T 21 

Galloway, Charles M 115 

Galloway, Capt. Floyd E 36 

Qalpin, Charles J. 85 

Galpin, Charles P 121 

Galston. Clarence G 150 

Gamble, Capt. A. L.. 21 

Gamble, B. D 114 

Game, Col. Clyffard 29 

Gandrud, Bennie W 102 

Gannett, S.S 57 

Qanong, Jospeh A 53 

Gapen, Charles E 64 

Garber, Benjamin S.. 54 

Garber, Clark M 57 

Garberg, Peter B 151 

Gardiner, F. G 30 

Gardiner, John H 58 

Gardner, Archibald K.. 144 

Gardner, Bert C 126 

Gardner, C. II 26 

Gardner, Edw. J.. 92 

Gardner, Eugene D 102 

Gardner, George R-- 56 

Gardner, Harlan P.. 15 

Gardner, John J 86 

Gardner, John W 43 

Garfield, Abram 126 

Garges, Daniel E 132 

Garlington, Albert C 109 

Garlough, Francis E 82 

Garlow, C. R... 150 

Gamer, Clem L 97 

Garner, John N 138 

Garner, Wightman W 75 

Garrard, Col. Louis F 40 

Garrett, Charles C 66 

Garrett, Finis J.... 122,155 

Garrett, Harry D 91 

Garrett, First Lt. Kenneth.. 36 

Garrison, Percy E 66 

Gartside, Frank T 126 

Gassaway, J. M 26 

Gasser, Col. Lorenzo D 28 

Gast, F.W 18 

Gasteiger, Edgar L 85 

Gaston, Clara M... 61 

Gatchell, Maj. O. J-- 32 

Gatlin, John C, jr 82 

Gauges, Joseph Q 155 

Gaugler, Maj. Roland L 39 

Gaukel, Thomas L.. 94 

Gault, HomerJ 58 

Gauss, Herman C . 52 

Gavin, Edwin L 151 

Gay, Geraldus 88 

Gay, John L 152 

GajTior, John W 16 

Gazlev, Richard C 92 

Geddie, Edgar C 151 

Geih, Warren J.. .. 80 

Geiger, Ferdinand A 154 

Gensler, Clyde II 54 

George, Edwin B. 94 

(Jerdine, T. G 57 



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Geren, Harry 66 

Geren, K. C 30 

Gerhard, Adolf 27 

Gerig, William 32 

Gerner, C.H 105 

Gerry, Clarence N 102 

Gerry, Elbridge B 17 

Gherardi, Rear Adm. W.R.. 48, 
125 

Gibbons, James F 73 

Gibbs, Maj. Gen. George S.. 34 

Gibson, Jonathan E 73 

Gibson, Robert M. . 152 

Gibson, Robert R. 119 

Gibson, William C... 120 

Gibson, Col. William R 29 

Giebel, Adam A.. 132 

Gilbert, Charles V 16 

Gilbert, William B 144 

Gilbreath, Leo A 16 

Gilchrist, Donald A 82 

Gilchrist, Maj. Gen. Harry 

L.. 38 

Giles, A. U.. 100 

Gilkes, Percy G. B 150 

Gill, Charles W... 135 

Gill, Gilbert H.. 96 

Gill, Irving L 97 

Gill, James F. 126 

Gillars, Alexander L 16 

Gillespie, Maj J. B. 33 

Gillespie, J. M 23 

Gillespie, Julian E.. 94 

Gillett, Frederick H 138 

Gillett, RoyL 85 

Gillette, Maj. D. H 126,127 

Gillette, Edward C 97 

Gillick, Dr. David W 56 

Gillies, Duncan R 70 

Gillis, Thomas A 107 

Gilstrap, Harry B 120 

Ginder, JohnW 21 

Ginn, Lurtin R 115 

Giroux, C. H 32 

Gist, Frank W._- 85 

Gittings, Edwin B., jr 66 

Given, Ralph 136 

Gladmon, Percy L 63 

Glascock, E. S 99 

Glass, Carter 138 

Glass, Charles F 52 

Glass, R. L 101 

Glaw, Robert W... 109 

Gleason, Michael S 156 

Glenn, J. Lyles 152 

Glenn, Leslie L 19 

Glover, Charles C 138 

Glover, Robert G_.. 95 

Glover, W. Irving 46 

Goddard, Erwin M 83 

Goddard, Henry W.. 150 

Goding, Harry 69 

GolT, John S 94 

Goldenweiser, E. A 114 

Goldesberry, John M 151 

Goldman, Luther J 82 

Golze, R. L 115 

Gompers, Samuel J 103 

Gonzalez, Dr. Justo F 129 

Goodacre, Samuel 108 

Goodale, Henry J 53 

Goodell, Fred O 13 

Goodlne, Clarence G 46 

Goodrich, James P.. 139 

Goodyear, Warrant Officer 

Augustus S 28 

Goodvkoontz, Bess 56 

Goolrick, Maj. Robert E. L.. 37 

Gordon, E. M 25 

Gordon, Frank N 120 

Gordon, J. R 108 

Gordon, James H 66 

Gordon, John Blake 134 

Gordon, John C. F 105 

Gordon, Peyton 155 

Gordon, W. H 25 

Gore, John J _ 153 

Gorman, James 28 

Gorman, P. J... 24 



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Page 

Gorman, T. J 18 

Gotwals, Maj. John C. 32, 

97, 132, 133 

Gove, Chase C 46 

(lowen , George M 78 

Grace, I.t. Col. Joseph J 39 

Graf, John E 81 

Grair, Hilda E 84 

Graham, Albert B 65 

Graham, Alexander E _ 71 

Graham, CHlTord L 78 

Graham, Maj. George 34 

Graham, Louis E 152 

Graham, Ralph 72 

Graham, Lt. Col. William A. 29 

Graham, William J 155 

Gralund, Maj. O. W 30 

Gram. Harvey B 28 

Granger, Christopher M 75 

Grant, E. B 98 

Grant, Robert J 20 

Grant, Robert Q 66 

Grant, Lt. Col. U. S.. 116, 

126. 127, 138 

Grater, Charles B 96 

Graves, Charles 1/ 55 

Graves, Col. Ernest 110 

Graves, Ernest R 28 

Graves, Harold N 45 

Graves, Rov R 74 

Grav, Comdr. A. H 48 

Gray, Alwin E 82 

Gray, Carroll. 18 

Gray, Chester H 132 

Gray, Dorothy.. 51 

Gray, Lester S 50 

Gray, Lewis C 85 

Gray, Orrin C 55,60 

Gray, Richard W.. 66 

Grav, Rov B 84 

Greaves, V. Ford 115 

Greelev, James P 105 

Greeley, W. B 139 

Green, David S 95 

Green, Frank Key 143 

Green, G. W 109 

Cireeu, George M 99 

Green, J. Lindley 53 

Green, Joseph L.. 19 

Green, Louis K 69 

Green, William H 66 

Green, William R 155 

Greene, Ehvyn 109 

Greene, John 7 

Greene, Smith W 71 

Greene, William 44 

Greening, Gershom K 66 

Greenlaw, P. M 137 

Greenlee, Capt. Halford R.. 48 
Greenspun, Lt. Comdr, Jo- 
seph 22 

Greenup, Julian C 95 

Greer, Everett 122 

Greeson, J. B- 17 

Gregg. Elinor D 54 

Gregg, Ralph 25 

Gregg, William C... 62 

Gregg, Willis R 65 

Grenfell, Frederick A 73 

Grenfell, Frederick W 133 

GrifTev, W. P 25 

Griffin, Lt. Col. Frank J 35 

Griffin, James M 98 

•Griffin, Max Y 87 

Griffin, Russell S 71 

Griffin, Stuart W 79 

Griffin, Thomas A 117 

Griffin, Virgil C 145 

Griffin. William V 129 

Griffins, Thomas S 105 

Griffith, F. W Ill 

Griffith, Ra-vTnoBd A 45 

Grigg, Alfred S 64 

Grimes, George E.. 66 

Grimm, John, jr 19 

Grimm, R. M 23 

Grissom, Gilliam 14 

Groesbeck. W. D 100 



Groeschel, Sidney C 120 

Grogan. Starke M 93 

Groner, D. Lawrence... 154 

Grosbach, H. E. 58 

Gross, C.E 12 

Gross, Fred A 55 

Gross, Samuel L 153 

Grossmann, Carl... 130 

(Jrosvenor, Gilbert 44 

Grove, E. H 134 

Grove, John S 70 

Grove, McGill 135 

Grove, S. D 100 

Grover, John 66 

Grover, N. C. .58 

Grover, Oscar L 84 

Groves, Edna.. 54 

Groves, H. Lawrence.. 94 

Groves, Hugh H.. 135 

Groves, John 92 

Grubb, Francis L. W. 77 

Grubb, William 1 123,145 

Grubbs, S. B_ 22 

Grunow, C. Dexter 66 

Gubser, Harlan H 82 

Guenther, Louis W 44 

Querin, Eckley C 52 

Guevara, Pedro 37 

Guggenheim, Harry F 123 

Guill, John H 20 

Guinn, Paul S 95 

Guiteras, Q. M 26 

Guitteau, William B 14 

Gulick, Maj. Gen. John W. . 28 

Gullickson, Anton H 17 

Gullion, Lt. Col. Allen W... 29 

Gung'l, John C 145 

Gunnell, L. C 131 

Gunther, Frank A 132 

Gunvaldsen, Osmund 151 

Gurr, James E 77 

Guthrie, Leon J 66 

Guthrie, M. C 23,54 

Guver, A. W... 135 

Quyer, Maj. Robert G 40 

H 

Haag, A. H.. 108 

Haas, Reuben P 55 

Hackensmith, Irwin C 34 

Hacker, Morris.. 134 

Hacker, Col. Theodore B 41 

Hackleman, Will C 86 

Hackworth, Green H 43 

Haden, C. F... 99 

Hadley, Charles H 90 

Hadlev, Evan W 78 

Hadlev, John A 122 

Hadlev, Olin M 66 

Hadlev, Warren B.. 134 

Hager, Clint W 146 

Hagerman, Herbert J 54 

Haggerty , John J 85 

Hagood. Maj. Gen. Johnson. 40 

Hague, Lt. Wesley M 109 

Hahn, George P 151 

Hahn, John W 150 

Haines, Blanche M 104 

Haines, Maj. Oliver L 27 

Haines, Oscar G 99 

Hale, Clarence 148 

Hale, Herbert C 154 

Hale, Ross H 61 

Halev, Sam S.._ 17 

Hall, Alvin W.. 21 

Hall, Ansel F .59 

Hall, Charles C 78 

Hall, Maj. Charles L 32,97 

Hall, Dwight 19 

Hall, Emmett O 148 

Hall, Col. Harrison _. 39 

Hall, Jesse R 78 

Hall, Louis M 19 

Hall, Louis P., jr 95 

Hall, Maurice C. 69 

Hall, Percival.. 138 

Hall, Roscoe C 61 



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Hall, S.J 25 

Hall, Maj. Theodore 39 

Hall, William H 86 

Hallanan, John P 154 

Hallcnbcck, Cleve.. 66 

Haller, Raymond B 89 

Halloran, Matthew F 117 

Ilalloran, Col. Paul S 31 

Hallovvell, William R 50 

Hallson, Oddie 83 

Halpin, F. J 24 

Halstead, Col. Laurence 40 

Ham, David T 154 

Ham, Frank J 14 

Hamacher, William J 117 

Hambleton, James I 81 

Hamilton, George E 138 

' Hamilton, William.. 56 

Hamilton, William B 18 

Hamlet, Capt. H. G 22 

Hamley, Patrick 55 

Hamlin, C. S 114 

Hamlin, Philip 17 

Hamm, Adolph S 82 

Hammack, William T 43 

Hammer, George C 55 

Hammond, Creed C 37 

Hammond, E. H 54 

Hammond, John Hayes 139 

Hammons, James H 148 

Hampton, Alfred 104 

Hamrick, Andrew M 66 

Hancock, William K 96 

Hand, Augustus N 143 

Hand, Clarence F 66 

Hand, H. M 25 

Hand, Learned 143 

Hand, Robert G.. 13 

Handy, Wallace S 13 

Hanford, Charles W. 114 

Hanger, G. Wallace W 107 

Haniger, Walter J 44 

Hauna, Agnes K 104 

Hanna, Hugh S 103 

Hanna, Margaret M 11 

Hanna, Wilbur S... 54 

Hannay, Col. John R. R 41 

Hannon, Joseph 69 

Hannum, Maj. R. H 33 

Hannum, Lt. Col. Warren T. 31 

Hanratty, Charles... 146 

Hans, J 101 

Hansen, Arthur W 91 

Hansen, Carl J 87 

Hansen, Hans 120 

Hanson, Alfred E 7 

Hanson, KarlB 82 

Haralson, M. F 24 

Haralson, Surg. M. F 109 

Hardie, W. V 107 

Hardin, Eva M 154 

Harding, John T 95 

Harding, Justin W 145 

Hardy, Erie L 66 

Hardy, Rose Lees 134 

Hargrove, Marion C 132 

Harkins, Thomas J 151 

Harlan, Allen D 87 

Harlan, John B 12 

Harland, William H 133 

Harley, Allen G 89 

Harman, Walter P 97 

Harmon, Raymond U 79 

Harmon, William J 19 

Harms, Maj. Henry W 41 

Harner, James W 72 

Harnev, Edward T... 135 

Harnev, William N 19 

Harper, Maj. J. B 30 

Harper, James E. 12 

Harper, Sinclair 58 

Harpham, Vernon V 78 

Harr, William R 138 

Harriman ,N. F.. 116 

Harriman, William 78 

Harrington, A. W. 58 

Harrington, Daniel 102 

Harrington, Guy P 52 



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Harris, Albert L 133 

Harris, Charles E. 52 

Harris, Maj. Charles T., jr.. 39 

Harris, Ocorge J 103 

Harris, Henry O 50 

Harris, Jaclcson B 70 

Harris, John M 70 

Harris, Dr. Mary B 44 

Harris. Philip T 78 

Harrison, Col. C. L 33 

Harrison, C. W 91 

Harrison, Floyd R 20,130 

Harrison, J. Scott 52 

Harrison, Leroy M 103 

Harrison, W. T 24 

Harrison, William H_ 135 

Harrison, William K _. 55 

Harsch. George W 105 

Hart, Prof. Albert BushnelL 138 

Hart, Carroll P.. 70 

Hart, D. H 1.53 

Hart, J. H 145 

Hart, R. W... 24 

Hart, William F 15 

Hart, William O 129 

HnrtiRun, Will H 91 

Hartley, Hugh H 97 

Hartman, fteorge R. 70 

Hartman, Harleigh H 133 

Hartman, John D 1.53 

Hartsock, Col. Frederick M- 39 
Hartsock, Col. Frederick 

McO 122 

Hartwell, F. Eugene 66 

Hartwell, O. W 58 

Harvey, Albert W 153 

Harve V, John .._ _ 52 

Harvey, T. Weed 65 

Harvin, Richard A 1.53 

Haskell, Frank B 1.37 

Haskell, Mason L 73 

Hasseltine, H. E 23 

Hasson, Col. J. P 124 

Hastings, Charles H 7 

Hatchett, S. P 13 

Hathaway, Alvin D ,53 

Hathaway, Carson C 117 

Hathaway, Erwio 0-_ 84 

Hathaway, Henry E 66 

Hathewav, Thomas 20 

Hatfield, Charles S 155 

Hatfield, George J 146 

Haugh, Joseph E 112 

Hauke, Charles F ,54 

Haun, Harvey W 93 

Hauseman, First Lt. D. N.. 33 

Havell, Thomas C 52 

Haven, Elmer F 70 

Havenner, George C 118 

Hawes, John T 15 

Hawk, Amos W_ ._ 52 

Hawkesworth,. Charles W 56 

Hawkins, John R 139 

Hawkins, Lon A 90 

Hawkins, Washington 60 

Hawks, Emma B 64 

Hawley, Jean H 98 

Hawley, Philo B... 96 

Hawley, Willis C 138 

Haworth, Frank E 69 

Hay, Logan 138 

Haycock, Robert L 134 

Hayden, B. F 122 

Hayden, Beauford E ,59 

Haydon, Edith M 61 

Hayes, Everett P 102 

Hayes, Harold D 92 

Hayes, Johnson J 151 

Hayes, Montro.se W 65 

Hayes, Maj. Thomas J 40 

Hayes, William T 108 

Hayne, Col. Paul T 28 

Hayiii's, Edward M 96 

Haynie, Frank 75 

Havs, Frank, jr 104 

Hayward, Henry A 18 

Hazard, l")aniel L 98 

Hazard, Henry B 104 

Hazard, W. Laurence 121 



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Hazel, John R 151 

Hazen, John S (^r, 

Hazen, Melvin C 134 

Head, CD., jr 25 

Head, Middleton E • 121 

Headley, .\lbert J 135 

Headley, Roy 75 

Healy, James S 73 

Healy, Robert E 112 

Healy, T.J. 130 

Hearn, E. Earl ig 

Hearn, Williamson E gO 

Hearne, Dr. C. A iio 

Hearst, Clarence E 12 

Hearst, .'^ir William 127 

Heath, Ferry K -[o 

Heaton, Leonard rq 

Hecht, William C 150 

Heck, Nicholas H gs 

Heckf-r, Henry W S8 

Hedges, Joseph H 161 lo'' 

nedley, O. F 25 

Hedrick, Elmer T gs 

Hefi'ernan, Daniel J 43 

Heidt, Col. Grayson V 40 

Heikes, Victor C _ 102 

Heiner, Daniel B 14 

Heintzelman, Brig. Gen. 

Stuart 28, 42 

Helburn, Emil S 14 

Hellweg. Capt. J. F 4s 

Hemphill, Lt. Col. John E. 34,41 

Henderen, Richard P.. 9,'-, 

Henderson, Charles W 102 

Henderson, Clarence B 70 

Henderson, Marion m 

Henderson, Robert L 4fi 

Henderson, Walter C 81 

Henderson, William B 94 

Hendrickson, Bertram H 80 

Hengstler, Herbert C n 

Henkel, Edward 43 

Henlock, Charles 126 

Henrici, Hermann C 74 

Henry, Alfred J fi^ 

Henry, C. C gg 

Henry, Claude M ng 

Henry, Maj. Gen. Guy V... 27 

Herbert, Charles A 102 

Herbert, Clara W 133 

Heritage, Maj Arthur M 40 

Hern, Fred 69 

Hernandez, Benigno C 14 

Hernandez, John W \f, 

Herndon, L. C 92 

Herriek, Chauncey W 16 

Herrick, Horace T 79, 90 

Herring, Charles E g4 

Herrold, Charles H 69 

Herrold, William C 69 

Herron, Col. Charles D 27 

Hersey, Henry B 67 

Hertz, W^alter B -. . ^^ 

Hertzog. Charles D 117 

Hesen, Herman O., jr 96 

Hess, Emory K 87 

Hess, George W 7 

Hess, Col. Louis T 40 

Hess, Paul 67 

Hesse, Henry A 117 

Hester, Evett D 9.5 

Heterick, R. H 23 

Hewes, Laurence I 84 

Hewett, James H. H 53 

Hewitt, J. J 25 

Hewitt, J. N. B 125 

Hewitt, First Lt. L. R 36 

Heyer, Hobert E 67 

Heywang, Burt W 71 

Hibbard, Charles D 121 

Hickenlooper, Smith 144 

Hickerson, J. B. L 35 

Hickey, E. J 44 

Hickman, Col. E. A 30 

Hicks, Col. George L 40 

Hicks, Hazen H. 7] 

Hicks, John .\.. 86 

Hicks, Rear Adm. T. H 116 

Hicks, Xenophon 144 



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Higgins, Elmer 96 

Higgins, Patrick S 14 

Hilbert, Ouido E 80 

Hildebrand, Samuel F 96 

Hildreth, Charles N 146 

Hill, Benjamin D 93 

Hill, E. Coke 145 

Hill, Ephraim A... 87 

Hill, Harry B 102 

Hill, Jesse 127 

Hill, John Philip 122 

Hill, Joseph A 92 

Hill, Louis C... 128 

Hill, Perry R._. 67 

Hill, William L 20 

Hiller, A. D.. 119 

Hillver, Arthur S... 93 

Hilton, Huber C 76 

Hilton, James Q 156 

Hinckley, Capt H. D.. 22 

Hine, Harry O 134 

Hines, Brig. Gen. Frank T.. 116 

Hines, Frank T 119 

Hines, Maj. Gen. John L 41 

Hingsburg. Frederick C... 92,97 

Hinman, W. S 113 

Hird, Fred S 148 

Hirleman, Arden L 72" 

Hironimns, Miss Helen C... 44 

Hirsch, Artliur J 92 

Hiscox, Joseph W 64 

Hitch, Edgar T 120 

Hitt, Isaac R 136 

Hitz, William 155 

Hoadlev, Frank M 27 

Hoage, Robert J 118 

Hobbs, II. W 32 

Hodgdon, A. Dana U 

Hodges, Henry W... 155 

Hodges, J. S 100 

Hodgeson, H. H_ 57 

Hodgkins, Howard L 138 

Hodgman, William A 94 

Hof, Maj .Gen. Samuel 32 

HolTman, Arthur F. C 76 

Hoflman, Col. George M.... 32 

Hoffman, William H 83 

Hofford, Samuel W 152 

Hoffses, G. Raymond 96 

Hoge, V. M 25 

Hohn, John 93 

Hoidale, Paul A.. 90 

Holland, Arthur H 47 

Holbrook, F. S 96 

llolcomb, Elward W 67 

Holcombe, Maj. William H. 3? 

Holden, Henry M 153 

Holdt, G. C 25. 

Hole, Morris J- - 93 

Holland, Leicester B 7 

Hollingsworth, Charles R... 153 

Hollingsworth, W. Y 24 

Hollowav, Edward M 144 

llolloway, W. R. 109 

Holman, George E 82: 

Holmes, Charles H 61 

Holmes, Clarence L 85- 

Holmes, Edwin R 149 

Holmes, John Q 83- 

Holmes, Kirk 49 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell 143 

Holmes, Ronald M 59 

Holmes, W. N 100 

Holmes, William E 135 

Holmes, William H 119, 131 

Hoist, John H 54 

Holt, E. M 25 

Holt, Grover C 16- 

Holt, Lester M 54 

Holt, R. B... 25 

Holt, R. W._ 134 

Holt, William A.. 16 

Holton, Douglas W 134 

Holton, Olaf B 104 

Holtzman, Charles H 18 

Hon, N. B 25 

Hood, Ozni P lOL 

Hooks, Hilary G 120' 

Hooper, L. E... 23 



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Page 
Hooper, Capt. Stanford C... 47 

Hoover, Dickerson N 98 

Hoover, I. H 10 

Hoover, J. Edgar... 43 

Hoover, J. Harold 87 

Hoover, LeClaire.. 112 

Hope, Walter E 12 

Hopkins, F. M. 99 

Hoi)kins, Frank J 74 

Hopkins, (Jeorge C. 14 

Hopkins, Howard 79 

Hopkins, Isabelle Mott 104 

Hopkins, Lewis M. 97 

Hopkins, Oliver P.. 93 

Hopkins, Richard J. 148 

Horcher, Charles H 71 

Hord, Leon B 29 

Horkan, Capt. G. A 122 

Uormel, Herman 19 

Horn, Everett E 82 

Hornaday, F. X 137 

Hornbeck, Stanley K 11 

Hornby, Lloyd D 76 

Home, Joseph W 102 

Horney, Col. Odus C 39 

Uornlein, Otto _ 69 

Horton, A. H .'jS 

Horton, Albert C, jr.. 52 

Horton, Edgar C 67 

Hosteller, Theodore A .. 99 

Hottel, Capt. J. F 22 

Houck, Harry.. 16 

Houck, Ulysses G 63,69 

Hough, Benson W 151 

Hough, Walter 131 

Houghland, iMaj. Howard J. 40 
Houghton, Mai. Junius H... 36 

Houghton, Milton T.. !5 

House, Koscoe 97 

Uouser, Capt. March H 40 

Houston, H. I 99 

Hovde, Martin R 07 

Hoverson, C. T 121 

Howard, B. J 90 

Howard, Ernest 136 

Howard, Lt. Comdr. G. T... 49 

Howard, George C 95 

Howard, Harley 16 

Howard, Lt. Col. John H 36 

Howard, Perry E 80 

Howard, William K 71 

Howbert, Frank W 13 

Howe, Harland B 153 

Howe, Henry C 67 

Howe, James M 67 

Howe, Walter E 72 

Howell, Lt. Col. Robert P._. 32 

Howes, J. Marvin 155 

Howes, Samuel H 104 

Howze, Lt. Col. Marion W.. 41 

Hoyman, Harry J 71 

Hoyt, H. Harrison.. 81 

Hoyt, Ira F._ 11 

Hoyt, John C 5S 

Hoyt. R. C 150 

Hubbard, Charles H 97 

Hubbard, George D 19 

Hubbard, Harry S 152 

Hubbard, Henry D.. 96 

Buber, E. E 21 

Hudelson, C. H 121 

Hudlow, T. A 137 

Hudnell, Samuel C 156 

Hudson, Claude S 26 

Hudson, Georgy E 21 

Hudson, H. H 109 

Hudspeth, Cooper 145 

Huelsen, Julius 70 

Hueston, William C 139 

Huffman, Charles F 87 

Huffman, Pleasant J., jr 69 

Huggins, Col. John B 30 

Hughes, .Vlbert N 71 

Hughes, Berne P... 67 

Hughes, Adm. C. F 124 

Hughes, Charles Evans 143 

Hughes, Adm. Charles F 47 

Hughes, Fred J... 85 



Hughes, George P 119 

Hughes, Col. John H 39 

Hughes, W. P 146 

Hukriede, Theodore W 149 

Hulbirt, Harry H 12 

Hull, A. S 100 

Hull, Edmund F 121 

Hull, Harry E.... 103 

Hull, William C 117 

Humber, Col. Robert C 39 

Hume, Frank M 18 

Humes, Elizabeth 95 

Hummel, Arthur W 7 

Hummer, E. A 134 

Hummer, ILirry R 54 

Humphrey, J. H. K 109 

Humphrey, Joseph W 77 

Humphrey, William E.. 112,138 

Humphreys, William J 65 

Hunnewell, Lt. Comdr. F.A. 21 

Hunt, C. W - 112 

Hunt, D. J 25 

Hunt, Col. Irvin L 39 

Hunt, Leigh W. _ 95 

Hunt, Mabel G 64 

Hunter, John G 55 

Hunter, O. F 99 

Hunter, Capt. Robert C 39 

Huntley, Clyde G 14 

Hupp, Charley M 35 

Hurley, J. R 23 

Hurley, Julien A 145 

Hurley, Patrick J ...Ill, 

113, 124, 126 

Hurst, B. Price 61 

Hurtt, Leon C 76 

Husband, W. W 103 

Huse, Edward A 7, 125 

Hussey, Ralph W 77 

Husted, James E 21 

Hutcheson, Joseph C.,jr 153 

Hutchinson, Ernest P 17 

Hutchison, Elva L.-_ 21 

Hutchison, Harvey M 37 

Hutchison, William J.. 67 

Hutson, Richard W. 152 

Hutton, Andrew.. 76 

Huwe, Louis J -.. 14 

Hyatt, L. T 154 

Hyde, Arthur M HI, 

113, 118, 124, 126 

Hyde, James H-- 56 

Hyde, Jeannette A 19 

Hyde, Roger D 72 

Hyland, George M... 119 

r 

Ide, G. R 99 

Ide, .Tohn J __. 123 

Ijams, George E 119 

Imes, Marion. 73 

Imlay, William M 114 

Imler, Fern A 73 

Inch, Robert A. 150 

Ing, John C 53 

Ingalls, David S _._ 47 

Ingraham, Janus F 19 

Ireland, Maj. Gen. Merritte 

W 30 

Trey, Elmer L 13 

Irvine, Maj. Elroy S. J 40 

Irwin, Fairfax 26 

Irwin, John F 78 

Ise, Walter J.-.. 63 

Ivie, William N 145 

J 

Jackson, Brownlow 151 

Jackson, Carlton 94 

Jackson, Lawrence W 61 

Jackson, Martin L 60 

Jackson, O. D 17 

Jackson, Roy E 72 

Jackson, Brig. Gen. Thomas 

H 31 

Jackson, W. O 19 

Jacobs, F. C 145 

Jacobs, Frank G 15 



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Jacobs, H. H 99 

Jacobs, ('apt. Lynwood B... 35 

Jacobs, Sydney R. 12 

Jacobson, Maj. Benjamin L. 40 

Jacobson, Julius H. 85 

Jadwin, Lt. CJen. Edgar 110 

Jaeckel, Herman 52 

Jaffrey, Miss Julia K 44 

Jaggar, Thomas B., jr 57 

Jahncke, Ernest Lee 47 

James, Arthur P 120 

James, Edwin W 84 

James, George R 114 

James, Samuel II 120 

James, Maj. Stanley L 35 

James, William P.. 146 

Jameson, George M 19 

Jameson, John Franklin 7 

Jamieson, George S 79 

Jamison, Thomas H 52 

Janes, Lionel L 86 

Janetzke, John A., jr 19 

Jarboe, C. G..._ 99 

Jarboe, James II 67 

Jared, Sam, jr 119 

Jarnigan, Robert L 119 

Jay, Robert 73 

Jeffers, L. M 90 

Jefferson, Frank J 76 

Jeffrey, George R 148 

Jehle, Joseph M 70 

Jelen, Frank 70 

Jenison, Joseph S__ 70 

Jenkins, J. Caldwell 108 

Jenkins, Joseph John. 151 

Jenkins, Perry W 139 

Jenkinson, J. W 111 

Jennings, E. H 117 

Jennings, Lester C 73 

Jennings, William E 70 

Jensen, Leslie 14 

Jensen, Thomas D 53,145 

Jenson, Jens P 16 

Jermark, Ernest W 55 

Jermin, Frank -.. 67 

Jewell, Homer W 83 

Jewett, Lt. Col. Henry C 32 

Jewett, Stanley G.. 82 

Johannes, Guy.. 109 

Johns, Charles A 37 

Johnson, Albert W 152 

Johnson, Berkeley 58 

Johnson, Burnett C 69 

Johnson, Maj. Davenport... 37 

Johnson, E. Finley.. 37 

Johnson, Ernest R 86 

Johnson, Floyd A_ 83 

Johnson, Frank M_ 52 

Johnson, George E. Q 147 

Johnson, George L 120 

Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude B... 44 

Johnson, Harley N 67 

Johnson, Harold H 59 

Johnson, Herschel V 11 

Johnson, John B 70 

Johnson, John G 28 

Johnson, Col. John O.. 125 

Johnson, Lewis H 44 

Johnson, Livingston S 132 

Johnson, Mordecai W 62 

Johnson, Otis B 112 

Johnson, Read... 120 

Johnson, Thomas F 16 

Johnson, Tillman D 153 

Johnson, Zeke 60 

Johnston, Augusta F 84 

Johnston, Carl A .-. 70 

Johnston, Harry F .-. 96 

Johnston, James 69 

Johnston, Joe P 45 

Johnston, John W 45 

Johnston, Peter G 53 

Jollev, Herbert B... 55 

Jolliffe, C. B 115 

Jones, Capt. A. B 32 

Jones, B. E 57 

Jones, Charles D 53, 145 

Jones, Charles S 74 



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Jones, Claude 137 

Jones, Cuthbert C 44 

Jones, David B 79 

Jones, Lt. Col. DeWitt C... 41 

Jones, E. E 12 

Jones, E^dward P 67 

Jones, Edwin II... 67 

Jones, Francis I 105 

Jones, Frederick 105 

Jones, George M 89 

Jones, Grosvenor M 93 

Jones, Capt. Harris 122 

Jones, Harris A.. 67 

Jones, Howard T 43 

Jones, James 67 

Jones, John C. 33 

Jones, John F 14 

Jones, Kenneth B, 137 

Jones, Lewis A 83 

Jones, Marshal T 96 

Jones, Melvin 21 

Jones, Paul 154 

Jones, Richard T 105 

Jones, Thomas E 61 

Jones, Thomas J- - 78 

Jones, Wesley L 129,138 

Jones, Willard F 16 

Jones, Lt. Col. William F.... 29 

Jordan, Edwin W 120 

Jordan, John Y 151 

Jordan, Kichard C 56 

Jordan, Lt. Col. Richard H.. 29 

Joseph, Thomas L 102 

Joss, Jesse W 73 

Jov, Ardo W 73 

Joyce, R. E.,jr 17 

Joyes, Col. J. W 34 

Judd, Lawrence M 62 

Julihn, Carl E... 102 

Jump, W. Ashby 63 

Junkin, C. J 93 

Justice, Alonzo A... 67 

Justin, Miner M 86 

Juve, Oscar A 113 

K 

Kadel, Benjamin C 65 

Kahn, Bert 19 

Kai.ser, Albert W 99 

Kalbach, Lewis A 56 

Kalloch, P. C 26 

Kane, John A 133 

Kane, William A 12 

Kariger, F. 109 

Karnuth, Arthur J 104 

Karrick, Capt. Samuel N 39 

Karsner, John W 112 

Kash, R. C 25 

Kaucher, Lawrence 46 

KaufFmann, Rodger R 90 

Kaufman, Elmer E 86 

Kaufman, Isaac H... 72 

Kaufman, Morris P 57 

Katz, Frank J 102 

Kay, Arthur W 71 

Kay, Gustave A 70 

Kean, Thomas J 71 

Keane, John C 79 

Kear, Paul W 154 

Kearney, George.-- 43 

Kearney, Robert E 67 

Kearney, Thomas H. 75 

Keck, Edward A 121 

Keech, Richmond B 133 

Keeler, Erwin P 95 

Keesecker, Adrian G._ 96 

Keeton, Walter. 29 

Keim, Alfred H 45 

Keithley, Everard S 76 

Kekich, Emil A 94 

Keliher, James C 135 

Keller, Comdr. H. R 50 

Keller, Karl F 128 

Kellerman, Karl F 74,75 

Kelley, Earl F... 84 

Kelley, Evan W 76 

Kelley, Ralph S 53 

Kelley, Robert F 11 



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Kelley, William T 112 

Kellogg, Vernon 138 

Kelly, Edward J 135 

Kelly, Ernest 74 

Kelly, James S 71 

Kelly, John. 22 

Kelly, L. E 135 

Kelly, Mieiiael J 20 

Kelly, V.'alter E 45 

Kelsey, Harlan P 62 

Kelsey, Jay V 83 

Kemery, William E 16 

Kemmerich, Joseph 96 

Kemp, Master Sergt. Ehner. 34 

Kemper, James M 74 

Kempf, G. A 23 

Keuake, Louis T 155 

Kendall, Charles P 46 

Kendall, James L 67 

Kendall, Ralph T 35 

Kenefick, Thomas M 16 

Kennamer, Charles B 145 

Kennamer, Franklin E 151 

Kennamer, Thomas J 145 

Kennedy, Edward D 71 

Kennedy, First Lt. Emile T. 36 

Kennedy, J. Thomas 132 

Kennedy, Thomas Blake 154 

Kent, Sidnev n.__ 29 

Kenyou, William S 123, 144 

Kerlin, Malcolm... 92 

Kern, Walter E 134 

Kerr, Brownie H 26 

Kerr, C. S 128 

Kerr, Charles L. E 70 

Keir, J. W 22 

Kerrigan, Frank H 146 

Kershner, Hugh C 70 

Kervin, William H 7 

Kerwin, Hugh 1/ 103 

Kessler, William 58 

Ketcham, Charles A 49 

KevOle, WOliam J 149 

Keyes, Henry W 127 

Keyes, Joseph 82 

Keys, William R 45 

Keyser, A. E 98 

Keyser, Elgie M 67 

Keyser, Louis P 98 

Kibble, Robert C 34 

Kidder, Arthur D 52 

Kiefer, Walter A 105 

Kielev, John. 12 

Kielland, Rolf H._ 112 

Kienholz, Ben U 85 

Kiesselbach, Wilhelm 130 

Kilbourne, Col. Lincoln F... 38 

Killits, John M 151 

Kilman, L. N 105 

Kilner, Maj. Walter G 35 

Kimball, Arthur R.. 7 

Kimball, George W 77 

Kimball, Herbert H 65 

Kimball, Comdr. Lucien F.. 48 

Kimlel, John E 91 

Kimmel, Capt. Husband E.. 47 

Kincer, Joseph B 65 

King, Arnold J 85 

King, B. R 135 

King, Brig. Gen. Campbell.. 28 

King, Col. David M 34 

King, E. P 13 

King, Brig. Gen. Edward L. 27 

King, Eric T 93 

King, Frank A 153 

King, Harold D 97 

King, Inslee C 153 

King, J. M 109 

King, M. R 24 

King, Norman L 53 

King, Rex 77 

King, Samuel A 70 

King, Smiley 14 

King, W. W 22 

King, Warren R 58 

King, William V 111 

Kingman, Lt. Col. John J... 32 

Kingsbury, Joseph J 120 

Kingsbury, Walter 86 



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Kinnan, William A 99- 

Kinney, J. P 54 

Kinney, John N 77 

Kinnison, H. B_.. 58 

Kinsey, Frank S... 87 

Kintz, Elmer McD 92 

Kiose, Charles R 21 

Kirby, Francis L 77 

Kirbv, John I 53 

Kirby, Paul L 137 

Kircher, Joseph C 78 

Kirk, John R 17 

Kirk, Paul II 80 

Kirk, Thomas V 104 

Kirkland, Mineola 134 

Kirkpatrick, George D. D... 52 

Kirkpatrick, R. Z 109 

Kirkpatrick, William H 152 

Kirtland, Lt. Col. Roy C... 36 

Kisliuk, Max, jr 88 

Kitch, James B 55 

Kitchen, Clarence W 85 

Kitchen, Conway N.. 130 

Kittelle, Rear Adm. Summer 

E. W ,. 47 

Kitfredge, Frank A 59 

Kitzhofer, Joseph H 70 

Kjaer, Swen 103 

Klapp, EdgarA 127 

Klath, Thormod 0_ 94 

Klee, Harry M 48 

Klein, Arthur J 56 

Klein, Charles A 73 

Klein, Julius 92 

Kline, William E 97 

Kloeber, Royall O 26 

Knaebel. Ernest 143 

Knauss, Comdr. H. E 49 

Kneale, Albert H 55 

Kneeland, Ilildegarde 88 

Kneipp, Leon F 75 

Knibbs, James J 21 

Knight, C.P__ 23 

Knight. Henry G 79 

Knight, Howard L 64 

Knorr, George W 70 

Knotts, M. K 101 

Knowles, Louis 82 

Knowlton, Daniel W 107 

Knowlton, John F 148 

Knox, Arthur R 15 

Knox, Capt. Dudley W 47 

Knox, Frank _. 56 

Knox, James H 46 

Knox, John Clark 150 

Koch, Edward W 93 

Koch, Egmont Eugene 141 

Koch, Frederick L.._ 113- 

Koch, Henrv A 137 

Koelle, Ernest F 13 

Koen, Henry R 73 

Koentz, Christian II 55 

Kolb, L 23- 

Kolster, C. C 92 

Koon, Maj. George H 31 

Koonce, George W 31 

Koons, Emily 7 

Kopland, David V 74 

Korn, W. A 23 

Kotok, Edward I 75 

Kracke, Frederick J. H 19 

Krafft, C. F 100 

Krake, Loren W 73 

Kramer, Stephen E 134 

Kramer, W. E 25 

Kramer, William P 78- 

Krantz, Earl B... 71 

Kratz, F. W 25 

Kratz, John Aubel 118 

Kraus, Comdr. S. M 48- 

Kraus, Capt. Walter F 36- 

Kreger, Maj. Gen. Edward 

A ._ 29 

Kreutzer, William R 76 

Krigbaum, Clarence R 17 

[T^rogstad, Maj. Arnold N 39 

Kromer, Wilson H _ 109 

Krueger, Theodore 76 

Krulish, E 23 



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Krupp, Maj. Oscar S2 

Kubach, William F _. 58 

Kubel, S. J_._ _. 57 

Kiichler, Rudolph.. 139 

Kuehn, William R 87 

Kuhns, John C, jr... 78 

Kinnler, Benjamin W_. 117 

Kumpe, Col. George E 34 

Kunkel, O. M... 25 

Kunna, Jospeh T 103 

Kunsman, Charles H 70 

Kiirz, Charles F 156 

Kyte, O. W 127 

L 

LaBoiteaux, E. M 93 

Lacv, Marv O 85 

Lailue, Col. William B 126 

Laflamme, Lt. Col. Frank L. 

K 31 

LaForge, Edward C- 95 

Lafount, Harold A 115 

Laird, A. n., jr.. 107 

Lake, G. C 24 

Lakin, Edgar Morton 154 

Lamb, Benjamin A 135 

Lamb, W. A 58 

Lambdin, Col. William McK. 39 
Lamont, R. P... 113,118,124,129 

La Moure, Judson, jr 19 

Lamphier, Edward S 97 

Lamprey, Howard A. 63 

Lanagan, Maj. William H... 32 

Landers, E 99 

Landas, Bert R.. 103 

Landick, George, jr... 46 

Landis, Dennis S 67 

Landis, Harry R.. 104 

Landon, Cedric R 82 

Landon, E. G 30 

Lane, B. H 57 

Lane, C. H 118 

Lane, Clayton 94 

Lane, Brig. Gen. Rufus H... 49 

Langenberg, F. C 34 

Langley, T. F 13 

Langworthv, James N 76 

Lanham, Clifford. 134 

Lanham, Paul 134 

Laning, Rear Adin. H.. 50 

Lankford, Jesse W 92 

Lannon, Capt. James P 47 

Lansdale, A. L 108 

Lansdale, Robert T 54 

Lansdon, W. C 114 

Lapham, Macy H.- 80 

Larcombe, Benjamin F 65 

Largy, Charles B 15 

Larimer, Capt. E. B 48 

Larrabee, Anne. 105 

Larrimer, Walter H 81 

Larson, Adolph 60 

Larson, Edwin G 67 

Larson, Ernest O .59 

Larson, Peter M 53 

LaRue. Charles 46 

La Salle. Jessie 134 

Lasche, Percival G 120 

Lassiter, Maj. Gen. William. 40 

Lathe, F. M 98 

Lathrop, William T 67 

Latimer, Louise P 133 

Latimore, Lt. Comdr. T. C. 49 

Latrobe, Col. Osmun 27 

Latta, M. C 10 

Lattimore, Robert B.. 89 

Laubenheimer, Ilenrv C. W. 147 

Laughlin, \l. E .'. 13 

Laughlin, James L 120 

Lauman, Comdr. P. C 48 

Lauten, Gustave 135 

Lavinder, C. H 22 

Lawrence, Charles D 43 

Lawrence, R. L 24 

Lawler, Thomas A 67 

Lawson, L. M 128 

Lawton, Edwin M 27 

Lay, Owen T 67 



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Layfield, Harry.. 90 

Layne, William R... 54 

Laythe, Leo L 82 

Leach, Adelbert W 55 

Leach, Glen C 96 

Leahy, Rear Adm. William 

D 48 

Iveake, J. P 23 

Leaphart, Samuel J 152 

Lear. Col. Ben, Jr 29 

Leary, John B. R 89 

Leaver, Edmund S 102 

Lebkicher, Capt. Harry R... 39 

Lebredo. Br. Mario G 129 

Lee, Ferdinand D 139 

Lee, Frank 151 

Lee, Maj. John C. H 32 

Lee, Lasley 58 

Lee, William Burch 148 

Lee, William E 107 

Leedom. Chester N 153 

I^ees, Fred 63 

Leese, M. A 137 

LeFevre, Robert 26 

Leege, .Alexander 113 

Lehman, Paul M 61 

Lehniann, Hem V C 27 

Lehr, Capt. Howard W 38 

Leichhardt, Chester A 83 

Leighou, John V 76 

Leister, Austin J 81 

Lemann, Monte M 123 

Lemon, Maj. G. F 33 

Lenihan, James J 110 

Lennan, Chaplain Thomas 

J 28 

Lenroot, Irvine L 155 

Lenroot, Katherine F 104 

Leonard, F. Morton 113 

Leonard, Harry B , 72 

Leonard, J. J 105 

Leslie, Frank E 120 

Letterman, O. J 135 

Letts, Ira Lloyd 152 

Letts, Joseph C 31 

Levy, Edward A 35 

Lewers, A. M 99 

Lewis, Albert 16 

Lewis, Alma D 105 

Lewis, Elmer J 19 

Lewis, Ernest I 107 

Lewis, George W- 123 

Lewis, Lew W 109 

Lewis, Mitchel D 107 

Lewis, Nolan D. C 61 

Lewis, Robert E 144 

Lewis, Walter K 72 

Lewis, Washington B... 59 

Libbey, E. W 92 

Licking, Lewis A 70 

Liddell, T. J 23 

Liek, Harry J 60 

JJght, Frank P 53 

Lightfoot, J. H 99 

Ligon, Charles R 149 

Lillard, R. Q 153 

Lillie, R. D 24 

Lincoln, F. B 22 

Lincoln, Capt. G. S 61 

Lincoln, Lt. Col. Rush B 39 

Lincoln, Willis B 70 

Lind, Master Sergt. Fred 28 

Linden, B. H 92 

Lindenberg, Nils .\ ... 19 

Linder, Porter 16 

Linder, William V 17 

Lindgren, Gustave S... 67 

Lindhe, J. B.... 98 

Lindland, Julius C 45 

Lindley, Robert T 67 

Lindley, Walter C 147 

Lindner, E. R 122 

Lindquist, Carl P .. 35 

Lindquist, G. E. E. 56 

Lindsay, Mellville D 1.32 

Lindsey, A 99 

Lindsey, Claude 31 

Linebaugh, Samuel W 83 

Lineberry, Richard A 80 



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Ling, Charles S 67 

Linney, Charles E 67 

Linson, J. H 23 

Lintner, John J 73 

Linton, Fred B... 90 

Lippineott, Col. Aubrey 41 

Lippincott, C. A.. 22' 

Lippman, Frederick. 15 

Lipps, Oscar II... 54 

Lisle, Raymond L 7* 

Little, Col. Louis McC 49 

Littleton. Benjamin H 155 

Livcngood, Charles X 94 

Livesey. Frederick 11 

Tjivingston, Ponn P 58 

Lloyd, Surg. B.J 23,123 

Lloyd, Charles A 15 

Lloyd, WiUiam A 65 

Loafman, Melvin R 12 

Lobdell, James S 51 

Locke, Charles A. 88 

Lockhart, William E 76 

Lockwood. John E 67 

Loefflei, F. A 99 

Loesch, Frank J 123 

Logan, Eugene A 85 

Logan, William F. 90 

Lohman, Maj. Eugene A 37 

Lohman. Harry R 135 

Lohmiller, Charles B 55 

Lollar, Ernest E... 73 

Lombard, M. S 23 

Lomen, G. J.. 145 

Long, Clark R 21 

Long, Howard H.. 134 

Long, J. D 23 

Long, John A 133 

Long, Surg. John D 129 

Long, Richard C 94 

Longfellow, Henry W 120 

Longino, Hart T 86 

Longley, Charles L 20 

Longworth, Nicholas 127,138 

Looff, Adolph T... 96 

Loomis. Oliver M.. 148 

Lord, Charles P. M 135 

Lorente, Dr. Sebastian 129 

Lorenz, Max O 107 

Lorimcr, George Horace 139 

Lott, Brig. Gen. Abraham G_ 27 

Loudenslager, George H 103 

Louderback, Harold 146 

LoughUn, G. F 67 

Lounsburv, Fred H 61 

Love, W. D 114 

Lovejoy, Edwin W. 92 

Lovejoy, Harvey 46 

Lovejoy, James E 69 

Loveland, George A 67 

Lovell, Maj. George E., jr... 35 

Lovell, Williams.... 145 

Loving, Hamilton I 75 

Loving, Lt. Col. J. J 32 

Lowe. Capt. John V 39 

Lowell, James Arnold ._ 149 

Lowell, John W., jr. 76 

Lowman, Sevmour 12 

Lowrey, B. Q 149 

Lowry, Ralph 59 

Luberoff, Maj. George 29 

Luce, Robert F 98 

Ludwig, Charles J., jr 97 

Luebben, Gerald E 95 

Lufkin, Willfred W 18 

Luhring, Oscar R.. 155 

Lukens, Richard R 97 

Lukesh, Lt. Col. Gustave R. 31,32 

Lumsden, L. L 22 

Lund, Marquard H 94 

Lundquist, Andreas T 112 

Lusby, Jackson C 130 

Luse, Claude Z 154 

Luttrell, Ralph J 64 

Lutz, E. Russell 130 

Lyman, H. D 25 

Lymer, William B 147 

Lynch, John E.. 35 

Lynch, Robert E 132 

Lynch, Thomas B 14 



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Lynch, William n 84 

Lyon, Charles E 94 

Lyon, Dorsey A 102 

Lyon, Frederick B._ 94 

Lyon, Maj. James A 38 

Lyon, Maj. Leon E _.. 32,39 

Lyons, Eugene S 80 

Lyons, Frank L 87 

Lyster, Col. William J 31 

Lytle, James G 14 

Lytle, William M 98 

M 

McAllister, A. S 95 

McAndrews, John E 11 

McArdle, LeRoy P 71 

McAtee, Waldo L 81 

Mc.'VulifTe, Joseph P .. 67 

McAuliffe, Maurice J 117 

McAulilTe, W. J. B 57 

McBride, Frank F... 46 

Mc Bride, John C 19 

McBride, Walter L-._ 16 

McBryde, Charles N.. 72 

McCabe, Martha R... 56 

McCain, Arthur C 77 

McCain, Francis M. _ _ 14S 

McCain, Maj. Ocn. Ilenrv P. 122 

McCain, Lt. W. E .'.. 116 

McCall, Arthur G 80 

McCall, Max A 74 

McCall, William R 71 

McCamant, Wallace.. 138 

McCampbell, Frank 11 86 

McCandless, Capt. B 48 

McCandless, John B 104 

McCandliss, Donald A 85 

McCari, J. R _. 115 

McCarthy, B. Florens 87 

McCarthy, Edward F 75 

McCashin, C. E 58 

McCaslin, Bert L ._ 70 

McCauley, Harry T 16 

McCauIey, William 118 

McClellan, Leslie N 58 

McClelland, Charles P 156 

McClelland, E. M 114 

McClintic, George W 154 

McClintock, James K 138 

McClure, Herbert J 43 

McClure, W. V 151 

McClurg, Roy J 67 

McCoach, Maj. David, Jr... 31 
McComb, J. Baldwin. 120 

McConnell, First Lt. Al- 

pheus R 36 

McConnell, Hubert F 136 

McConville, Arthur H 63 

McCord, Alan R 53 

McCord, Sophie 19 

McCorkle, George 112 

McCormack, D. P 18 

McCormack, James W 135 

McCormick, Paul, jr 74 

McCornick, Paul J 123,146 

McCoy, Ellis E ___ 73 

McCoy, Maj. Gen. Frank R. 39 

McCoy, G. W._._ 23 

McCoy, Horace L 119 

McCoy, Joseph S... 12 

McCrory, Samuel H 84 

McCuen, James H 50 

McCuen, Robert W 14 

McCuIloch, Albert B__ 21 

McCulloch, Charles N.. 58 

McCuUoch, Edgar A 112 

McCullough, Ellsworth W.. 44 
McCulIy, Rear Adm. N. A.. 50 

McCuniher, P. J 127 

McCutcheon, R. B 147 

McDermott, George T. 144 

McDermott, Michael J 11 

McDill, John R 120 

McDonald, Lt. Col. Donald 

C - _ _ 28 

McDonald, Maj" J. Q." ."!']! 33 
McDonald, James. .J 72 



McDonald, John J.. 128 

McDonald, Robert E 89 

McDonald, Ronald 28 

McDonald, WiUiam A 72 

McDonald, William J 78 

McDonnell, C. C 90 

McDonnell, J. A 36 

McDonou-h, Thomas F 85 

McDowell. Henry C 154 

McDowell, John C__ 74 

McDowell, Malcolm 66 

McEvoy, George A 50 

McEvov, Thomas J 120 

McFaddon, James O 27 

McFall, Cliflord R 145 

McFall, Robert J 93 

McGee, Willford J...- _. 91 

McGee, William J 52 

McGinn, Edward A 121 

McGinty, George B 107 

McGlashan, H. D 58 

McGonegal, Alfred R 133 

McGovern, Eugene 13 

McGrath, Daniel M 103 

McGrath, Edward. __ 46 

McGregor, Clifford J 67 

McGregor, James C 152 

McGregor, James H 54 

McGuire, Michael W 70 

McHugh, William O _.. 71 

Mcllvaine, C. A 109 

Mcintosh, Harry A 15 

Mcintosh, James W 18 

McKaig, Nelson, jr 80 

McKay, A. W 113 

McKay, Capt. George 48 

McKean, Edward E 55 

McKee, L. W 92 

McKeebv, Lt. Col. George L. 39 

McKelvie, Sam R 113 

McKeon, F. H 23 

McKeon, Thomas F 92 

McKeown, W. T 20 

McKeown, William T 130 

McKev, Joe R 95 

McKibben, Walter M 15 

McKinuuie, Simon 132 

McKinlev, Brig. Gen. James 

F 28 

McKune, Emery F 86 

McLain, C. L 94 

McLane, A. V 153 

McLaughlin, A. J 22 

McLaughlin, John P 13 

McLaughlin, Walter W 84 

Mclveod, George B 147 

McMahon, Capt. Fred A.... 33 

McMahon, John P 136 

Mc!\Tahon, Stephen J 114 

McManamv, Frank 107 

McManus, J. J 91 

McMillan, Albert G _. 55 

McMillen, Robert N 112 

McMillin, Frank E 46 

McMullen, J 22 

McMuUen, Lt. Col. Joseph I. 29, 
116 

McMurtrv, John H 16 

McNab, J. F 99 

McNabb, Charles E 113 

McNabb, Samuel W 146 

McNair, John W 78 

McNanee, Rear Adm. Luke.. 47 
McNarney. Maj. Joseph T.. 36 

McNary, John H._-- 152 

McNeelv, Lee 148 

McNeil, Maj. Edwin C 29 

McNeilly, Emmett E 56 

McNeir, William.. _ 11 

McQueen, Alexander 77 

McQueenev, Hugh F 134 

McC^uillan, Hugh 17 

McRao. VoWm E._ 32 

McRevnolds, F. R 17 

McRevnolds, James Clark... 143 

McRevnolds, W. D 147 

McRevnolds, William H 118 

McVicar, Nelson... 152 



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McWherter, W. R._ 155 

McWilliam, Janet.. 134 

MacArthur, Maj. Gen. Doug- 
las.. 41 

Macarthur, W 98 

MacCormick, Austin H 43 

MacCracken, William P.. jr. 123 

MacDill, Maj. Leslie 36 

Macdonald, A. Magruder 133 

MacDonald, Albert... 44 

MacDonald, Thomas H 84 

MacDonald, Walter S 34 

Mace, Brice M., jr 94 

Macgowan, Harold P 95 

MacGregor, G. Fernandez... 128 
MacGregor, R. Fernandez.. . 128 

Maclvor, Donald H 148 

Mack, Charles B... 76 

Mack, Julian W 143,144 

Mackall, Lt. Col. Samuel T. 41 

MacKay, Maj. James.. 29 

Mackev, J. H 26 

Mackey, Timothy G 55 

Mackintosh, Kenneth 123 

MacLake, Wiiliam 122 

MacLaughlin, Joseph S 14 

MacLeod, Donald B 26 

MacLeod, Leslie A 37 

MacNidei, Hanford 138 

Macpherson, Kenneth C 45 

MacRae, Duncan 38 

Macy, George W 15 

Madden, Arthur P 17 

Madigan, John J 57 

Madsen, David H 81 

Madsen, Jens 71 

Maessen, O 109 

Magrath, Charles A 127 

Magruder, G. M 26 

Magruder, Leonard. 20 

Magruder, W. B 101 

Mague, Roscoe E 45 

Mahaffle, Charles D 107 

Mahafty, Henry C, jr 146 

Maher, Thomas J 98 

Mahon, Wilfred J. _ - 151 

Mahoney, J. F 24 

Mahonev, Louis J 94 

Maier, Charles G 102 

Mains, Guy B 77 

Makel, Maj. Hertel P .- 110 

Malcolm, George A 37 

Mating, Walter B 146 

Mallalieu, Thomas G 46 

Mallory, George L 145 

Malone, George W 139 

Maloney, Alfred J 71 

Maloney, J. C 135 

J\Langum, James E 122 

Mann, Mrs. Nancy M 44 

Mann, Walter G 77 

Mann, William M .- 131 

Manning, Caroline.. 105 

Manning, H. M.. 23 

Manning, J. X 17 

Mansfield, George R 57 

Mansfield, Richard H 135 

Mansfield, William R 104 

Manton, Martin K 143 

Manyon, Norman C 97 

Marble, George R 12 

Marbut, Curtis F. 80 

March, Charles U.. 112 

Marker, Roy B 153 

Markey, D. John.. 122 

Markham, Edgar 113 

Markham, Col. Edward M.. 31 

Marks, Harris X 86 

Marks, Sidney J.. -- 136 

Marlatt, Charles L. 81 

Marlin, William L 120 

Marmer, Harry A 98 

Marquette, John J 114 

Marquis, J. Clyde 85 

Marriner, J. Theodore 11 

Marriott, Joseph S 92 

Marrone, Joseph M 95 

Marrs, A. R 13 



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Mars, Lt. Col. James A 42 

Marschnlk, AVilliain A., jr 54 

Marsh, Clureuce T. N 69 

Marsh, Kdvvard T... 73 

Marsh, Frederick \V 146 

Marsh, George H 152 

Marsh, Samuel T 86 

Marshall, E. R 23 

Marshall, KIton L 63 

IMarshall, llenrv- 71 

Marshal], (). k". 122 

Marshall, W. Fiske 92 

Marshall, AVilliam H 104 

Marstella, John P 16 

Marston, Dr. Anson 110 

Martel, Charles 7 

Martin, Charles I 122 

Martin, Edmond M 45 

Martin, George E 76,155 

Martin, Harold H 130 

Martin, Capt. L. LeR 38 

Martin, Col. Lawrence 125 

Martin, Lawrence 7 

Martin, Leo C 12 

Martin, Max 130 

Martin, Reed F 115 

Martin, AVarren F 44 

Martineau, John E 145 

Martyn, John W 27 

Marvell, Rear Adm. G. R... 51 

Marvin, Charles F. 65,123 

Mason, George B... 19 

Massee, Edward K 147 

Masterson, D. S 22 

Masterson, L. C 153 

Math, Frank A 67 

Mather, Maj. John 40 

Mathers, A. N 60 

Matheson, Maj. John R. D.. 32 

Mathewson, Jewett R 90 

Matson, Charles W. 98 

Matthews, Annabel 114 

Matthews, Charles E 46 

Matthews, Ellen N.. 104 

Matthews, Brig. Gen. Hugh. 49 

Matthews, John, jr 93 

Mattingly, Robert E 136 

Mattoon, Merwin A 78 

Mattsson, Carl A... 77 

Mau, Haveth E 151 

Maughan, First Lt. Russell L. 37 

Mauk, George A 145 

Maulding, Mrs. J. Atwood.. 52 

Maule, William M 78 

Mawhinnev, Robert J 43 

Maxam, OJiverM.. 21,125 

Maxwell, Maj. A J... 30 

May, Charlotte K 61 

May, Edgar H 49 

May, John B 48 

May, John L... 20 

May, Vincent B 53 

Mayers, Shirley D 112 

Mays, Walter P... 16 

Mead, Elwood 58,139 

Meador, Elihu N 63 

Meadors, Willis H 69 

Meads, Eugene 97 

Mealy, Victor H 16 

Mearns, David C 7 

Mecom, Philip H. 148 

Meek, Edward R 153 

Meekins, Isaac M 151 

Meekins, Lvnn W 94 

Megil), Lt. Col. Sebring C. 35,41 

MehafTey, Maj. Joseph C 109 

Mehl, Joseph M 90 

Meier, Fred C 75 

Meikle, John C 103 

Meiling, Harry F 15 

Meinzer, O. E 58 

Melanson, Capt. Arthur J... 36 

Melcher, H. K 13 

Melin, J. Bernhard 67 

Meiling, George 49 

Mellon, Andrew W 126,129 

Melov, Alfred O 148 

Melville, First Lt. Phillips... 35 
Melvin, George M 120 



Mendenhall, Walter C 57 

Mendenhall. William V 77 

Meuner. Cajit. R. T 50 

Meuo, Frederick J. 99 

Menzies, John W. 144 

Merchant, Gerald C. 67 

Meredith, Claude T... 15 

Meriwether, Frank V 102 

Merovka, Lawrence J 83 

Merriam, Col. H. C 29 

I.lerrigan, Lawrence A 15 

IMerrill, Austin C 154 

Merrill, Col. Dana T 41 

Merrill, Keith 11 

Merrill, Lerov E 70 

Merrill, Melvin C 64 

Merritt, A. D 99 

Merritt, Frank C 155 

Mersch, Victor S 137 

Messenger, Frank 95 

Messner, C. T.. 23 

Metcalf, Carl V.... 73 

Metcalf, Haven 75 

Metcalfe, Col. Raymond F.. 31 

Metzdorf, Dewey W 61 

Metzger, George P 15 

Meyer, Balthasar H 107 

Meyer, E. Albert 73 

Meyer, H. H. B._.. 7 

Mever, Harvev K 54 

Meyer, John W... 82 

Meyer, Marcus S 96 

Meyers, Robert L 14 

Michel, C. 23 

Middlebrooks, T. E 17 

Middleton, William J. 38 

Miles, Comdr. A. H 51 

Miles, Leslie R 16 

Miles, Raymond T 16 

Miles, Rutherford T. 87 

Milks, Uarlev H 119 

Millen, Charles J 69 

Millender, Hamilton C 88 

Miller, A. C 114,129 

Miller, Andrew 151 

Miller, Arthur W 68,69 

Miller, Clarence A 21 

Miller, Dalton G 84 

Miller, Douglas P 95 

Miller, Edgar K_. 55 

Miller, Edward G 77 

Miller, Elmer E.. 121 

Miller, Eric R 67 

Miller, Frank G 69 

M:iller, Frank J 74 

Miller, George C 97 

Miller, George F 54 

Miller, Guv H.... 84 

Miller, H. S 99 

Miller, Col. Harvey W 29 

Miller, John J 137 

Miller, K. E 23 

Miller, Capt. L. A 33 

Miller, Maj. Lehman AV 32 

Miller, Newton M 14 

Miller, Peter H 13 

Miller, Ralph C 87 

Miller, Raymond C... 9-1 

Miller, Ross O 67 

Miller, Samuel H 35 

Miller, Walter L 93 

Milligan, E. J . 133 

Milligan, John H 136 

Alilligan, Thomas M 45 

Mills, Ernest M 82 

Mills, Ogden L 12,138 

Milne, George H.. 7 

Mink, Oscar W 77 

Minnick, S. Percy... 65 

Mires, H. F 13 

Miser, H.D.._ 57 

Mitchell, Alexander J 67 

Mitchell, Charles L 65 

Mitchell, G. E 57 

Mitchell, Glenn E 78 

Mitchell, Col. Harry D. 40 

Mitchell, Harrv O 94 

Mitchell, James C 17 

Mitchell. L. C... 13 



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Mitchell, Lester H 59 

Mitchell, Mowatt M 94 

Mitchell, AV. L 94 

Mitchell, AVilliam A 7 

Mize, Ralph C... 67 

Moery, Olio E 67 

Motl'ett, Rear .\dm. William 

A 48,123,124 

Mohler, John R 68,137 

Mohr, Alfred H 109 

Moinet, Edward J 149 

Molen, James P. 67 

Moles, Huntei S 86 

Moll, Arch G 15 

Moll, Dr. Aristides \ 129 

Molster, Charles E 92 

Molten, Lt. Comdr. Robert P 47 

Molyneaux, Joseph AV 149 

Molvneux, Harold L.. 67 

Moncrief, Col. AVilliam H-... 31 

Moncure. P. H 103 

Mondereau, Lorena 133 

Mouteath, A. D 108 

Montgomery, Edward C 93 

Montgomery, George N 96 

Montgomery, J. A_ 151 

Montgomery, Capt. R. C 126 

Moody, Lt. Col. Lucian B. 1:3,41 

Moore, A. A. _. 114 

Moore, A. F 131 

Moore, Albert W 82 

IMoore, Bert C 120 

Moore, Carl M 54 

Moore, Charles 126 

Moore, Charles C... 52 

Moore, D 22 

Moore, Frank S 77 

Moore, Hayden L 19 

Moore, Jesse D ..- 150 

Moore, Lt. Col. John C... 35,41 

Moore, John W 53 

Moore, Joseph M 16 

Moore, Josiah A 53 

Moore, M. B 128 

Moore, M. J 99 

Moore, Noble HO 

Moore. O.T 105 

Moore, R. B. -.. 60 

Moore, Robert AA^alton 138 

Moore, Roy 82 

Moore, Samuel M., jr 119 

Moore, AVharton. 93 

Moores, Edward S^.. - 26 

Moorehead, AVarren K 56 

Moorhead, Ellwood S 7 

Moorman, Charles H..- 144 

Mootz, Charles E_..- .- 70 

Moran, Lt. Col. E. J 28 

Moran, Harrv E 69 

Moran, AV. II 12 

Morey, Col. Lewis S 39 

Morgan, Arja... 107 

Morgan, E.T 99 

Morgan, Edward W 121 

Morgan, Ephraim F.. 43 

Morgan, Gecrge L... 86 

Morgan, Henry A 53 

Morgan, Herbert E... 117 

Morgan, J. Holloway 58 

Morgan, Joseph C 135 

IVr organ, Lorel N 45 

Morgan, Louis B 14 

Morgan, Marshall 128 

Morgan, AValter J.... 87 

Morin, John M 118 

Morlander, George A 57 

Morley, Mary 56 

Morrell, Fred W 75 

Morrill, Chester 20,130 

Morris, B. N 100 

Morris, Benjamin AV 126 

Morris, Evan L 87 

Morris, Finis D 101 

Morris, George F... .- 150 

Morris, Lawrence A 34 

Morris, Logan -- IH 

Morris. Robert B 18 

Morris, Col. S. J. 30 

Morris. AVilliam Herman 15 



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Morrison, A. T... 25 

Morrison, Fred L 43 

Morrison, Hugh A... 7 

Morrison, Lisle - 81 

Morrison, Martin A 112 

Morrow, Edwin P 107 

Morse, George B 72 

Morse, Lee C 94 

Morss, A. Patricia 137 

Mortimer, Lt. Col. Charles O. 30 

Morton, G. L 100 

Morton, Grant J 91 

Morton, James M., jr 149 

Moscowit7., Grover M 150 

Moseley, Brig. Gen. George 

Van Horn. 27 

Moseley, Thomas W 74 

Moses, Roy II 47 

Moskev, George A..- 59 

Moss, W. D 17 

Mossman, Eugene D 55 

Mossman, P. D.. 24 

Motter, Harvey II 14 

Mottern, Earle E 18 

Mottesheard, Ira II- 154 

Mountin, J. W 24 

Mowry, Ross R _.. 148 

Moyer, Joseph K 13 

Moyer, Lawson A... -.. 117 

Moynihan, Charles J 139 

Mudd, Thomas B. R 104 

Muhlengerg, Maj. H. C. 

Kress 40 

Mullan, E. H 23 

Mullaney, John J 35 

Munger, Thomas C 150 

Munger, Thornton T... 75 

Munro, Dana G 11 

Munroe, Charles E 101 

Munrce, Lt. Col. J. E 33 

Munson, Col. Edward L 41 

Munster, Otto W 104 

Munter, Capt. W. H 21 

Murdoch, James W_ 72 

Murdock, J. R 25 

Murdock, J. Edgar 114 

Murie, ClausJ 83 

Murphy, A. E 25 

Murphy, Charles 35 

Murphy, Edmund J 88 

Murphy, Frank H 16 

Murphy, Frank J 18 

Murphy, James R 45 

Murphy, John A 64 

Murphv, John J 67 

Murphy, John T 53 

Murphy, Joseph A 136 

Murphv, Thomas F 118 

Murphv, Timothy F 93 

Murphy, W. K.. 57 

Murray, Arthur L 102 

Murray, Frank E 72 

Murray, Percy E 110 

Murray, Thomas B 82 

Murray, V. B 24 

Murray, Wallace S 12 

Musgrave, George W 80 

Mushhach, George E 83 

Musser, Jennie P 19 

Myers, Edward E 21 

Myers, Fred ..-. 67 

Myers, Jefferson 108 

Myers, Morton 57 

Myrick, Eldon H 76 

N 

Naden, George F 53 

Nagel, William M 76 

Nagle, John D 104 

Nagle, John L 127 

Nance, D. W 25 

Naret, Joel Q .53 

Nash, I. II 139 

Nash, James T ._ 104 

Nash, P. M 100 

Nash-Boulden, Stephan A... 77 

Nathan, Harold 43 

Naylor, Col. William K 39 



Neagle, Pickens. __ 49 

Neal, Carl B._ 78 

Xeal, Everett E 14 

Neal, George E 16 

Neal, Capt. George F 47 

Neal, P. A 25 

Neary, Hugh G 15 

Neblett, Colin 150 

Needham, John T. 60 

Neely, Frederick R 92 

Neely, Robert E 15 

NefT, Blanche 136 

Neifert. William W 67 

Neill, M. II 26 

Nelson, Aimer P 81 

Nelson, Arthur L__- 76 

Nelson, Herbert E 87 

Nelson, Dr. Ira D 54 

Nelson, K. R 25 

Nelson, Nils B 99 

Nelson, Ralph W 53 

Nesbit, W. W 25 

Nesbitt, Frank A 156 

Ness, A. S 105 

Neterer, Jeremiah 154 

Nettleton, Leigh L 104 

Neumann, David.. 115 

Neuner, George 152 

Neuwirth, Edward.. 156 

Neville.Maj. Gen. Wendell C. 49 

Nevin, Robert R 151 

Nevitt, J. R 133 

Nevius, Joseph D 18 

Newburgh, Frederic 13 

Newby, Robert E 130 

Newcome, William A 11 

Newell, Col. Isaac... 41 

Newell, Robert J 59 

Newman, Alexander P 121 

Newman, Paul C 86 

Newman, Robert R 70 

Newman, William A 21 

Newsom, John F 67 

Newton, Frank T 149 

Newton, Harry H 113 

Newton, Howard M 73 

Newton, Roy L 88 

Newton, Walter IT 10 

Nichol, Graham B 13 

Niehol, Harvey R 46 

Nichols, Arthur A 17 

Nichols, J. C 126 

Nichols, L 98 

Nichols, Maude G 7 

Nichols, Norval P 104 

Nichols, Wilham B 70 

Nicholson, Claude O 44 

Nicholson, G. D. G.. 101 

Nicholson, John M 133 

Nicholson, Murdock D .53 

Nicholson, M. R 20 

Nicholson, Nels O ,55 

Nicholson, Philip W 135 

Nicolls, Henry 105 

Nields, John P 146 

Nielsen, Fred K 128 

Niess, A. B 13 

Nighbert, Erasmus M 73 

Ni.xon, Mary S .27 

Noble, John E 136 

Noell, J. C 114 

Nolan. David 17 

No'an, Maj. Gen. Dennis E.. 40 

Nones, Hiram T 95 

Norcross, Frank H 150 

Norcross, Theodore W 75 

Nord, Arthur G 77 

Nordinger, George C 15 

Norquest, Clinton E 67 

Norris, Clarence L-.. 71 

Norris, E. W , 25 

Norris, Martin H 51 

Norris, Percy K _ _ 85 

North, Clarence J 93 

North, Dexter 113 

North, Oliver B 95 

Noi-thcott, Elliott 143 

Northrop, J. D_. 57 

Notz, Cornelia 113 



Noyes, G. Harold 67 

Noyes, Orrin W 70 

Noyes, Theodore W 1.38 

Nufer, Albert F 95 

Nueent, William B... 121 

Null, Charles E 86 

Nulton. Rear Adm. L. M... 49 

Nunez, Dr. Solon F 129 

Nunn, Roscoe 67 

Nusbaum, Jesse L 59 

Nutt, Robert H.. 69 

Nydegger, J. .\ 26 

O 

Oakes, Maj. Carl C 39 

Oakley, J. H 26 

Oakley, Russell A 75 

Obenchain, Charles . A. 52 

Oberlin, J. J 100 

O'Brian, John Lord 43 

O'Brien, George 19 

O'Brien, Honora 61 

O'Brien, L. F 98 

O'Brien. Paul P__ 144 

O'Brien, Ruth 88 

O'Brien, Thomas A 28 

O'Brien, Thomas W 105 

O'Connell, John 52 

O'Connor, Edward 135 

O'Connor, James J.. 149 

O'Connor, T. V_._ _.. 108 

O'Connor, Thomas 135 

O'Dell, Col. Henry A 33 

Oderkirk, Galen C 82 

Odom, Edward E 119 

Odom, Dr. J. D. 110 

Oehmann, John W_. 133 

Offley, Col. R. S 30 

Offutt, Armand 59 

Offutt, William F._ 12 

Oftedal, Alf 17 

Ogden, B. K 108 

Ogle, Charles T 47 

Ogletree, George C 15 

O'Grady, Valentine E 15 

O'Hara, Robert B 21 

O'Hern, Col. Edward P 41 

Ohlson, Otto F.. 61 

Ohnhaus, Charles J 154 

Ojeda, Jose Hernandez, 128 

O'Kane, Walter C 90 

Olesen, R 23 

Olin, Col. Hildern 30 

Oliver, Col. Llewellyn W 41 

Oliver, Sumpter J 126 

Olmsted, Frederick Law 126 

Olmsted, Gardner M 120 

Olsen, Charles W 16 

Olsen, Nils A 85 

Olsen, Orange A 77 

Olson, Gunder 14 

O'Mallev, Henry 96,127 

O'Malley, Mary.... 61 

O'Neill, James F 20 

O'Reilly, Mary M..-_ 20 

O'Rourke, Lawrence J 117 

Orr, James L 70 

Orr, Joseph L 85 

Ortiz, Dr. Pedro N 37 

Osborn, Alovsius E 67 

Osborn, E. T 22 

Osborn, Henry C 33 

Osborne, Algernon A 95 

Osborne, Frances S 133 

Osborne, Leonard W 35 

Osborne, Lt. Col. Thomas D. 28 

Osias, Camilo 37 

Ossenfort, W. F 25 

Ostrand. James 37 

Otero, Manuel B 18 

Otis, Merrill E 149 

O' Toole, Mary 136 

Ourand, W. H 101 

Ovenshine, Col. Alexander T. 40 

Overman, Lee S 138 

Owen, Mabel M 114 

Owen, Somerset A 11 

Owens, Millard M 146 



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Owrey, William T 88 

Oyler, R. II --- 18 

P 

Pace, Maj. Herbert E 41 

Pace, John C "2 

Pack, Alonzo G 107 

Packer, Col. Oouverneur V.. 40 

Padgett, Ora 56 

Padin, Jose 37 

Paegelow, Lt. Col. John A... 36 

Page, Alfred n - 16 

Page, Donald W 95 

Page, Frank A 14 

Page, John C 59 

Page, Lewis W 54 

Page, Samuel M 70 

Page, Thomas Walker.. 113 

Page, Wilbur J 93 

Page, William Tyler 138 

Pagenhart, Edwin H 92,98 

Paget, VV ilmer H 7 

Pagter, Lawrence B 78 

Paine, Charles W 117 

Paine, Howard S 79 

Paine, Lt. Comdr. Roger W. 125 

Painter, Clvde R Ill 

Palen, Archibald E 84 

Palmer, Arthur W 85 

Palmer, C Alfred 104 

Palmer, Charles F 70 

Palmer, Clive W 93 

Palmer, Hilding 60 

Palmer, Lawrence J 83 

Palmer, Theodore S 81 

Palmer, William M 148 

Parater, George H 113 

Parcher, George 23 

Park, Charles A 97 

Park, James F 73 

Park, Jesse T 19 

Park, William E 120 

Parker, Chauncey G 108 

Parker, Dorsey J 102 

Parker, Florence E 103 

Parker, Brig. Gen. Francis 

Le Jau 37 

Parker, Maj. Gen. Frank 40 

Parker, Frank 80 

Parker, G. L 58 

Parker, George W 153 

Parker, Harold P 67 

Parker, Horace A 59 

Parker, John D 29 

Parker, John J 143 

Parker, L. O 25 

Parker, Mildred E 61 

Parker, Wesley D 82 

Parker, William E 97 

Parkhurst, Douglas L 98 

Parkin, William 143 

Parks, G. E 101 

Parks, George A 62 

Parks, Karl E 74 

Parmelee, E. H 109 

Parmelee, L. D 108 

Parran, Thomas, jr 24 

Parrett, Ray R 56 

Parrott, Jacob L . 16 

Parrott, Col. Ralph B 28 

Parry, Carl E 114 

Parshall, Ralph L 84 

Parson, George 108 

Parsons, Rear Adm. Archi- 
bald L..-. 48 

Parsons, Charles F 147 

Parsons, Frank B ...- 17 

Parsons, Fred B 16 

Parsons, Henry S 7 

Parsons, Col. James K 28 

Partington, Clyde N 88 

Partridge, Maj. Clarence E.. 39 

Patrick, Duke M 115 

Patrick, Henry R 67 

Patrick, Maj. Gen. Mason 

M 133 

Patterson, Lieut. Col. C. H.. 41 
Patterson, E. O 150 



Patterson, George A 69 

Patterson, Herbert F 55 

Patterson, R. C 57 

Patterson, Robert P 150 

Patterson, Walter B 134 

Patton, Maj. George S., jr... 27 

Patton, Hugh L_ 154 

Patton, Capt. R. S 125 

Patton, Raymond S.- 97 

Paul, John 1.54 

Paul, Leslie J -. 120 

Paulger, LeoH 20 

Paull, G. S 13 

Paulsen, C. G 58 

Paulsen, William L 16 

Paxton, Edward C 86 

Payne, Charles F 70 

Payne, Edward L 115 

Payne, Frederick H 27 

Payne, John Barton.- 138 

Peabody, Joseph Winthrop.. 137 

Peabodv, Sherman R. 95 

Peabody, William F 98 

Peacore, Edward J 54 

Peairs, Hervey B .55 

Peak, W. L 137 

pearce, Wallace J 76 

Pei.rce, Walter N 94 

pearsall, Charles M 122 

Pearson, Edwin H 21 

Pearson, Gustaf A 76 

Pearson, William Gaston 139 

Pease, Guy S 14 

Peat, James R --- 17 

Peck, Allen S... 76 

Peck, Charles T 135 

Peck, Lieut. Col. E. C._ 125 

peck, George C 94 

Peck, M. K 1 101 

Peck, Paul N 118 

Peek, Ray 76 

Peckham, Alice 152 

Peebles, James E 95 

peek, Maj. Norman W 39 

peirce, Vernon M 84 

Penn, Comdr. Albert M 48 

Peppers, Donald F 120 

Perez, AntanasioT.. 51 

Perez, Filemon E 37 

Perkins, Carlton L 78 

Perkins, Fred E-- 56 

Perley, Clarence W 7 

Perrin, Theodore J 74 

Perrott, George St. J-.- 102 

Perrv, Antonio M 147 

Perry, Ernest B 188 

Perry, J. C 22 

Perrv, John E S3 

Perrv, Leon L 134 

Perry, Milton T.. -.. 71 

Perry, Reuben 54 

Pershing, Gen. John J 122 

Peters, C 109 

Peters, George E 55 

Peters, John A 148 

Peterson, Agnes L 105 

Peterson, Archie L 118 

Peterson, Samuel P 67 

Peterson, William 139 

Petitt, Arthur L 137 

Pettijohn, Louis J 20 

Pettus, W. J 26 

Phair, Harry G 34 

Phalen, Col. James M 41 

Phelps, Lilburn 118 

Phelps, Ruel G 105 

Phelps, Rear Adm. W . W . .. 50 

Phillips, David W 14 

PhiUips, Francis J 103 

Phillips, Frank M 118 

Phillips, J. F 22 

Phillips, Lindsay B 153 

Phillips, Orie L 144 

Phillips, Oscar F 87 

PhiUips, P. J 105 

Phillips, Percy W 114 

Phillips, Roy A 76 

Phillips, Samuel W._ 80 

Phillips, Capt. Thomas 42 



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Philp, JohnW 46 

Pickard, Edward T 93 

Pickens, James M 74 

Pickert, Heinrich A 19 

Pickett, Charles E 146 

Pier, Clarence L 86 

Pierce, Appleton H 120 

Pierce, C. C 22 

Pierce, Charles H 99 

Pierce, Edward R 135 

Pierce, Harry H 93 

Pierce, M.J 108 

Pierce, P. P 99 

Pierce, Rev. Ulysses G. B... 138 
Piercy, AVarrant Officer 

James M 33 

Pierrot, Albert 95 

Pierson, Joseph W — .. 135 

Pike, Albert 57 

Pilikan, E. R 25 

Pilkerton, Arthur R 132 

Pillsburv, Brig. Gen. George 

B.....".. 31 

Pindell, Lewis M 67 

Pinklev, Frank 60 

Piper, Stanley E 83 

Pistole, Lieut. Col. William 

B 40 

Pitman, George W 67 

Pittman, James S 120 

Pitts, Edwin B 29 

Piatt, Edmund 114 

Piatt, Maj. John C, jr 34,39 

Plemmons, Caney L 135 

Plumb, Herbert L 78 

Plumb, James R 74 

Plumlee, W\ C 2a 

Plummer, Edward C.__. 107,108 

Plummer, Ira C . _ 67 

PI vm.de, Charles A 78 

Poe, Burns... 14 

Point, Col. Will H 41 

Pole, John W..,.. 12 

Polk, Marshall T 16 

Pollock, Eral Owen 87 

Pollock, John C. 148 

Pomeroy, W ilbur R 60 

Poole, B. C 109 

Poole, Charles G 82 

Poller, Frank C. W.. 77 

Pope, A. L 101 

Pojie, Brig. Gen. Francis 11.. 29 

Pope, George W 69 

Pope, Lieut. Col. William 

R 34,40 

Porch, j'esse P 136 

Porter, Claude R 107 

Porter, F. J 101 

Porter, Henry G 117 

Porter, M. E 100 

Porter, R. E -- 24 

Porter, Thurston R 155 

Porter, Maj. William N 38 

Porter, Webster L 139 

Posev, E. L 98 

Postle, Stuart A 91 

Pote, Thomas B "1 

Potter, Harlow G 71 

Potts, Roy C S5 

Pound, Roscoe 123 

Pounder, John A -. 127 

Powell, Edwin C -04 

Powell, Jesse H 29 

Powell, Lieut. Col. Roger 

G...' 31,32.97 

Powers, Ralph B 105 

Povet, Warrant Officer An- 
thony 34 

Prather, D. J 24 

Pratt, Brig. Gen. H. C 36 

Pratt, Lieut. Col. Henry C. 41 

Pratt, Henry G 135 

Pratt, Olio A 89 

Prav, Charles N 150 

Preston, Col. John F 29 

Preston, Porter J 59 

Preussher, Don A 148 

Price, David J 79 

Piice, Frank 77 



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Price, J. A 22 

Price, Sterling M 74 

Price, Maj. X. n 122 

Priest, Eddie McCall 19 

Priest, Eugene S 16 

Priest, Raymond M 58 

Prina, Frank.. 35 

Prince, Charles E., jr 88 

Prince, Charli.s E., sr f>8 

Prince, George E - 86 

Proctor, Frederick R 19 

Proctor, Robert A 11 

Proffltt, Marias M. 56 

Prosser, Lieut. Col. Walter 

E 34 

Provine, Walter M 147 

Pugh, Arthur W 67 

Purdy, Milton Dwight 155 

Purssell, Ulysses G 67 

Purton, A. B 58 

Purvis, Samuel 147 

Puryear, Capt. Alfred I 37 

Putnam, George R 97,125 

Putnam, Herbert 7,138 

Pyne, Capt. Frederick G 49 



Quaintance, Altus L SI 

Quesenberry, James R 71 

Quezon, Manuel L 37 

Quiglev, Walter F 70 

Quinlan, Col. D. P 116 

Quinn, R. F 12 

Quinn, Peter H 85 

Quinn, Richard B 152 

Qvale, S. B 17 

R 

Rabbitt, Wade H _. 7 

Rabe, Harry F 151 

Raby, Rear Adm. J. J 51 

Rachford, Christopher E 75 

Rackstraw, Elsie 114 

Radcliffe, Lewis 96 

Raedy, Michael L 135 

Raffensperger, Hayes B 73 

Rafter, G. S 100 

Ragsdale. W. M 105 

Raguet, Comdr. Edward C. 48 
Ralston, Lt. Col. Robert 

R 31,125 

Ramos, Federico 128 

Rampey, Ernest M... _. 67 

Ramsay, Gordon A _. 26, 116 

Ramsay, Robert A- -_ 69 

Ramsey, C. A 105 

Ramsey, James A- 53 

Ramus, Carl 23 

Randall, Oscar J 121 

Randolph, E. S 109 

Rands, Ernest P 52 

Rankin, Hugh B_- 78 

Rankin, Karl L 04 

Rankin, Wellington D 150 

Ransom, Rev. J. R 139 

Ransom, Webster H 83 

Raphael, John 77 

Raplee, Llewellyn 67 

Rarey, Ernest Q 16 

Rasin, A. Parks 15 

Rasmussen, H. A 24 

Rasmussen, M. W 22 

Rasrausson, Charles A 14 

Rastall, Walter H 93 

Ravenel, AVilliam de C 131 

Rawdon, Henry 96 

Rawdon, Preston Q 16 

Rawlinson, Charles H -. 154 

Ray, Frank S 48 

Ray, Glenn S 85 

Ray, HovtE 147 

Ray, William G 15 

Ray, Wilson K._. 94 

Rayburn, Fred M 94 

Raymond, Elizabeth J 117 

Raymond, Fred M 149 

Raynes, Harry 67 



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Read, Lt. Col. J. H 33 

Read, Mary T 90 

Reagan, Daniel J 95 

Reagan, Frank G 120 

Reagh, Russell R 118 

Record, Quince 105 

Rector. John K.. 61 

Redding, Charles L 147 

Redding, Sidney B 145 

Redington, Paul G 81 

Redpath, Albert G 12 

Redrow, W. L 99 

Reed, Charles D 67 

Reed, Clvde 49 

Reed, David A 122 

Reed, Douglas H 147 

Reed, Harrison H 107 

Reed, Irving McKay 83 

Reed, John B 136 

Reed, Nicholas F 148 

Reed, Ollie E 74 

Reed, Stanley 113 

Reed, Thomas R 67 

Reed, Wendell M. 54 

Reeder, George 67 

Rees, Charles W 73 

Reese, Robert M 63 

Reeves, Albert L 149 

Reeves, George A 151 

Reeves, John R. T 54 

Reeves, Perry W 118 

Regar, Robert S 45 

Reichard, J. D 24 

Reichelderfer, I>uther H. 132, 136 

Reichenbach, P'rederic 34 

Reid, Henry J. E 123 

Reid, William A 129 

Reidv, John B 73 

Reilly, Wilham A 103 

Reinbur^ Maj. George E. A 35 

Reinin',;, Robert R 92 

Reinsmith, L. A 18 

Reisimer, George 16 

Rellstad, John 150 

Remick, James W 130 

Reneke, E. J_._ _. _ 25 

Renner, Ernest A 77 

Renshaw, Donald 95 

Repp, George E.._ 71 

Reppert, Frank E 12 

Restarick, A. E 147 

Renter, Frederick W 45 

Reutter, Albert H 19 

Revboid, Maj. Eugene.. 31 

Revnolds, Col. Charles R.... 31 

Reynolds, Dfflbert W 16 

Reynolds, E. C 100 

Reynolds, Ernest L 117 

Reynolds, Grady. 145 

Reynolds, John B 115 

Revnolds, Maj. Jolm N 36 

Revnolds, Marshall S 14 

Reynolds, Lt. Col. Stephen C. 29 

Rhees, Benjamin R 17 

Rhinehart, Bennett E 148 

Rhinehart, Mary Roberts... 139 

Rhoads, Charles J .54 

Rhoads, Col. Thomas L 39 

Rhodes, Harry W 97 

Rhodes, Susie Root 134 

Rice, Albert G 79 

Rice, C. E -.-- 24 

Rice, George S 101 

Rice, Maj. H. L 33 

Rice, Thomas D 80 

Rice, Thomas J 137 

Rice, Warren J.. _ 67 

Rice, William B 77 

Rich, Theodore S 73 

Rich, Willis H 96 

Richards, Brig. Gen. George. 49 

Richards, George M 65 

Richards, J. Bartlett 95 

Richards, V. I 101 

Richards, William P_ 132 

Richardson, Charles H 67 

Richardson, Clinton O 19 

Richardson, Gardner 94 

Richardson, Harry L 121 



Pag© 

Richardson, Herbert W. 68 

Richardson, Capt. J. O 48 

Richardson, Lottie R 137 

Richardson, Seth W 43 

Richardson, W. W 115 

Richey, Lawrence 10 

Richmond. F. A_ 99 

Riddell, Walter H 46 

Riddick. George M_ 83 

Riddiford, Charles 45 

Riddle, Wallace M 77 

Riddleberper, Olive M 93 

Rideout, Comdr. H. E 22 

Ridgely, Capt. Randolph, jr. 21 

Ridgvvay, Frank 113 

Ridlon, J. R_.. 23 

Rigby, Lt. Col. William C. . 39 
Riggs, Rear Adm. Charles E. 49 

Rigney, Vincent B 38 

Rilev, James A 74 

Rilev, John O 64 

Rinek, E. C 25 

Rininger, James E.. 19 

Rink. Clarence W 16 

Riordan, Henry H 16 

Rislev, Theodore G 43 

Rist. Lewis R 76 

Ritchie, John, jr_.. 133 

Ritter, Halsted L.._ 146 

Rives, Capt. Tom C 35 

Roa. F. Gonzalez -- 128 

Roahen, Kenneth F 83 

Roark, Ruric C..-- 79 

Robb, Arthur 43 

Robb, Charles H 44, 15i 

Robbins, Hartwell 72 

Robbins. John W 19 

Robert, Capt. W. P.. _ 48 

Roberts, Lt. Col. A. C 125 

Roberts, Arthur C 46 

Roberts, Maj. C. M 34 

Roberts, Frederic L 94 

Roberts, George M... 132 

Roberts, James O'C 119 

Roberts, Leslie 44 

Roberts, Leslie A... 89 

Roberts, Martin A 7 

Roberts, Norman 23 

Roberts, Orris W... 68 

Roberts, Owen J- _ 143 

Roberts. Paul H 77 

Roberts, William O 54 

Robertson, Rear Adm. A. H. 50 

Robertson, H. McG 23 

Robertson, L. P 133 

Robertson, Norman B 134 

Robertson, Thom«-j E 99 

Robinette, Frederick G 97 

Robins, Maj. Augustine W.. 36 

Robins, Millard V 68 

Robins, Lt. Col. Thomas M. 31 

Robinson, Allan H 50 

Robinson, Carl H 85 

Robinson, D.E _.. 22: 

Robinson, Frank H 85' 

Robinson, Franklin J 121 

Robinson, Fred W- _.. 34 

Robinson, H. B 13 

Robinson, Henry M 46 

Robinson, Herbert F 54 

Robinson, Howard S 21 

Robinson, Ira E 115 

Robinson, JelTerson 70 

Robinson, Leigh E 57 

Robinson, R. L 24 

Robison, Rear Adm. S. S 49' 

Robsion, John M., jr 121 

Roche, Ashley J 76 

Roche, Thomas F__., 21 

Rochester, Edward S 113 

Rock, Rear Adm. G. H 48 

Rockwood, Maj. Alfred L — 41 

Rodionotf, Nicholas R 7 

Rodrique, Edward J 19 

Roe, M. A 25 

Roemer, Robert F 18 

Roepke, O. B 100 

Rogers, A-- 30 

Rogers, Arthur 153 



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Hogers, David N 77 

Rogers, Edmund B CO 

Rogers, Florence M 134 

Rogers, J. D 133 

Rogers, John R 14 

Rogers, L. M 24 

Rogers, Leighton W -.. i»3 

Rogers, Lore A- -. 74 

Rohwer, Sievert A 88 

Rollins, William T. S - 46 

Romero, Jose 12S 

liomeyn. Col. Charles A 39 

Roraualdez, Norberto 37 

Roorae, Elenrv S 21 

Roop, J. Clawson 20, 118 

Roosevelt, Theodore 37 

Root, Carl L -.- 19 

Root, Clarence J fiS 

Roper, J. M 135 

Roper, William F 16 

Ropes, Maj. Elihu H... 32 

Rosafv, Louis A 28 

Rose, Edwin J 119 

Rose, Francis C 12 

Rose, Frank H 81 

Rose, Maj. J. B - 33 

Rose, Josiah T 13 

Rose, William \M) 

Ross, Andrew N 112 

Ross, D. P 25 

Ross, Homer L -.- 147 

Ross, Samuel 44 

Ross, William H_- 80 

Roth, Frederick. 130 

Rothrock, Philip - 87 

Rouse, Herbert H 120 

Rousseau, Rear Adm. Harry 

H 47, 116, 124 

Routzahn, Carl F__ 14 

Rover, Leo A... 136, 146 

Rowbotham, Ernest B 120 

Rowe, L. S 129 

Rowland, George A 120 

Rowland, WDliam P 143 

Rowley, Eugene C, sr 11 

Roxas, Manuel- 37 

Rubin, Harrv 120 

Rubino, A. P ..- 25 

Rucker, Col. Kyle. 41 

Ruckman. Webster S 99 

Rudkin, Frank H-- _. 144 

Rue. Harold P 102 

Ruff, John H 73 

Ruff, WiUiam A - 93 

Rugg, Charles B -.. 43 

Ruggles, Brig. Gen. C. L'H.. 32 

Rumreich, A. P 24 

Runkle, Fred C ..- 122 

Runyon, William N 150 

Rusch, Warrant Officer Wil- 
liam J 34 

Rusmisel, George P -. 68 

Russell. A. E 24 

Russell, Andrew J__ 13 

Russell. Charles A 111 

Russell. Charles H 132 

Russell, Charles T -.. 16 

Russell, Clark A 87 

Russell, E. A -- 33 

Russell, George H- -. 69 

Russell, James R 96 

Russman, Asa 15 

Rustad, Edward 149 

Ruth, Adam P 21 

Rutherford, Col. Henry H.. 41 
Rutherford, Col. Samuel 

McP 27 

Rutledge, Richard H 77 

Rvan, James E 76 

Rvan, Keith 122 

Ryan, Stanley M 154 

Ryden, Capt. Roy W.. 109 

Ryder, James P- - 55 

Rverson, Knowles A 75 

Rylander. John A.. 98 

Ryon, J. B- - 24 



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Sabine, Edward G 95 

Sager, George v.- 68 

Saint, H. Y 108 

St. Antoine, Henry 120 

St. Lewis, Roy 152 

St. Sure, Adolphus Frederick 146 

Saldana, E. J 37 

Salisbury, Ernest E.. 104 

Salisbury, Morse. 64 

Salmon, David A... 11 

Saltzman, C. McK... 115 

Sampson, Dr. D. G 110 

Sanborn, John B_ 149 

Sandall, Charles E 150 

Sandberg, Samuel S.. 108 

Sanders, Hartley I 28 

Sanders, JohnE.. 68 

Sandidge, R. P... _.. 24 

Sands, S. R. 22 

Sanford, George O 58 

Sanford, Joseph W. 118 

Sanford, Wavland W. 64 

Sanford, William E 135 

Sanger, Alice B... 45 

Sanger, Monie 61 

Sans, Edward R 82 

San Souci, Emery J 18 

Santacruz, Armando, jr 128 

Santos, Jose Abad 37 

Sargent, Charles F 120 

Sasscer, Ernest R 88 

Satterfield, William J 45 

Satterwhite, Eugene W 46 

Sauls, Colson 44 

Saunders, Walter A 38 

Savage, Anthony 154 

Savage, John L. 58 

Savoretti, Joseph 103 

Savoy, A. K.,-- 134 

Sawtelle, William H 145 

Sawyer, Ernest Walker 61 

Sayers, R. R 24 

Sayers, Royd R 102 

Scammon, John J.._ 15 

Scanlon, Maj. Martin F 35 

Scarr, James H 68 

Scattergood, J. Henry 54 

Schaefer, John H 21 

Schaflter, Edward P 70 

Scheffer, Theophilus H 83 

Schereschewskv, J. W 22 

Schilling, William F 113 

Schlegel, Charles 49 

Schley. Lt. Col. Julian L 109 

Schlotfeldt, F. J 105 

Schmucker, Edwin B 104 

Schneider, C. L 108 

Schneider, Frederick C 150 

Schneider, Frederick L 72 

Schneider, Harry A 70 

Schneider, William E 87 

Schnurbusch, William J 68 

Schnurr, Mae A 58 

Schoen, Julian A 43 

Schoeneman, Charles R 12 

Schoeneman, George J 13 

Schoening, Leroy 89 

Scholl, Capt. P. A 30 

Schommer, John B 119 

Schoonmaker, Frederic P 152 

Schoppe, Ray L 98 

Schow, First Lt. R. A 122 

Schreck, Robert G 79 

Sehreiner, Oswald. 80 

Schroeder, Sarah F 61 

Schroeder, Walter F 70 

Schrom, Charles E_ 135 

Schudt, Lt. Col. Charles O.. 39 

Schuldt, GusA 136 

Schuler, Martin 87 

Schull, Col. H. W 34 

Schultz, Leslie G 87 

Schultz, Col. Theodore 40 

Sch waebe, Lewis H 18 

Schwartz, Carleton D 82 

Schwartz, Edward J 136 



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Schwartz, Louis 23 

Schwartz, Ralph D 14 

Schwarz, Leonard J 95 

Schworm, Stanley S 68 

Scofleld, Carl S 75 

Scofield, John C 27 

Scott, Ale.x Y 153 

Scott, E. B 25 

Scott, Emmett J 02 

Scott, Fred J 35 

Scott, (ieorge A 86 

Scott, (Jeorge 148 

Scott, George E 52 

Scott, Hugh. 121 

Scott, Hugh L 56 

Scott, James A 77 

Scott, James E 78 

Scott, James T 95 

Scott, Joseph G 86 

Scott, Martin O 20 

Scott, Capt. P. H 21 

Scott, Samuel A. 96 

Scoyen, Eivind T 60 

Scribner, Sidney C. 77 

Scrivener, John G 30 

Scully, L. C 24 

Seaman, Charles W 104 

Seaman, Guy L 107 

Searle, William D 27 

Sears, Harold M 78 

Sears, Julian D 57 

Seawell, Herbert F 114 

Sebrell, W. H., jr... 25 

Sebring, Frank A 136 

Secrest, John D 101, 102 

Seeley, Dewey A 68 

Seher, Otto 70 

Seibel, Clifford W.. 102 

Seller, Alfred G 133 

Selby, Stephen A 70 

Self, V. H 13 

Selfridge, William R.. 83 

Sellers, C. F 136 

Sellers, Rear Adm. David F.. 49 

Sellers, Kathryn 136 

Sellett, George 155 

Seoane, Lieut. Col. Consuelo 

A 34,39 

Seran, Harry A 97 

Serrano, Gustavo P.. 128 

Sessions, Clarence W 149 

Sewell, Col. John Stephen... 33 

Sevmour, Flora Warren 56 

Shafer, John C 69 

Shaffer, C.H 100 

Shaler, First Lieut. Harrison. 33 

Shamhart, E. J 18 

Shanks, Walter S 16 

Shapiro, Israel 7 

Sharkey, J. E 108 

Sharp, Byron A 54 

Shaughnessy, Edward J 103 

Shaver, Burdette J 83 

Shaver, Robert M.. 68 

Shaw, Arnold C 78 

Shaw, Charles O 121 

Shaw, CorvinV 70 

Shaw, Johns 118 

Shaw, William A... 68 

Shea, Johns 15 

Shea, William H 87 

Sheahan, Harvey 95 

Shear, Cornelius L 75 

Shearman, Thomas G 63 

Sheets, Earl W 69 

Sheetz, Ira.... 135 

Sheffield, E. L 100 

Shelby, William S 135 

Sheldon, George L 14 

Sheldon, Harold P 81 

Shellev. Ralph S 78 

Shelton, Arthur B 155 

Shelton, James E 69 

Shepard, Frank E 20 

Shepard, Col. John L 40 

Sheppard. H. R 12 



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Page 

Sheppard, William B 146 

Sherfy, Carrie B -- 74 

Sheridan, Andrew J 28 

Sheridan, Charles L 19 

Sherier, Julius M.... -. 68 

Sherman, Carl E 97 

Sherman, Edward A 75 

Sherman, Edward C --. 49 

Sherman, George L 64 

Sherman, John B 15 

Sherman, Mrs. Mary 138 

Sherman, Wells A. _ 85 

Sherrard, Thomas 11 78 

Sherwood, Henry G ..- 21 

Sherwood, W.T 13 

Shilling, Alphonso W 68 

Shiner, Vernon J . _ 89 

Shingler, George P 79 

Shinkle, Lieut. Col. E. M... 32 

Shinn, William R 88 

Shipley, Ruth B 11 

Shipman, J. L 100 

Shipman, Truman G 68 

Shipman. William S 120 

Shirley, M. L 94 

Shoeniaker, Clifford 84 

Shoemaker, Joseph M 117 

Shoemaker, Thomas B _ 104 

Shook, Roy B 122 

Shortley, Michael J 120 

Shot well, Luman W 55 

Show, Stuart B 77 

Shrout, Sam F 112 

Shuck, Walter L 16 

Shuman, Col. John B -.- 28 

Shumwav, Daniel G 72 

Sibley, Samuel H 146 

Sickmon, May C 151 

Siddons, Frederick L 155 

Siegmund, William C 70 

Siler, Col. Joseph F 109 

Silver, James 82 

Simkins, Verne -- 47 

Simmons, Rielvin H.. - 15 

Simms, Joseph B 136 

Simon, Louis A 21 

Simonds, Edward B 72 

Simonds, Brig. Gen. George 

S 27,124 

Simons, Charles C 149 

Simpson, Alva A 76 

Simpson, Charles D 76 

Simpson, F 23 

Simpson, G. R 100 

Sinclair, A. Leftwich 155 

Sinclair, Solomon S... 16 

Singleton, Joseph M 89 

Singleton, M. E 34 

Sisson, Charles P 43 

Sittel, Albert C 146 

Si.x, B. P 55 

Skelton, Lieut. Commander 

Robert H 47 

Skidmore, Don'I 69 

Skidmore, E.J 108 

Skinner, C. A 96 

Skinner, Frank C 99 

Skinner, Maj. Frederick S... 32 

Skinner, Col. George A 40 

Skinner, George C 119 

Skinner, H. L. _ 25 

Skinner, William W 79 

Slade, WDliam Adams 7 

Sladen, Maj. Gen. Fred W-. 39 

Slaton, John M., jr 121 

Slaughter, J. Pemberton 68 

Slaughter, W. H 23 

Slemp, C. Bascom 138 

Slick, Thomas W 148 

Slindee, Michael S 12 

Sluiter, Orrie J 149 

Small, Edward 86 

Smead, Edward L 114 

Smeby, Alfred B 87 

Smelser, William H 103 

Smiley, James II 94 

Smith, A. R 98 

Smith, A. Viola,.-. 95 

Smith, Addison T 138 

Smith, Arthur 17 



Smith, Arthur N 71 

Smith, Arthur R 71 

Smith, Bertrand E 83 

Smith, Brainerd B .53 

Smith, Burton L 55 

Smith, Col. Charles C 28 

Smith, Charles J 60 

Smith, Charles P 114 

Smith, Clarence B 64,65 

Smith, Clinton G 78 

Smith, Dallas B 121 

Smith, Daniel E.. 120 

Smith, Douglas 145 

Smith, Edwin F 77 

Smith, Ernest R... 91 

Smith, F. C 22 

Smith, Frank D.. 64, 116 

Smith, Frank F 59 

Smith, Franklin H.- 113 

Smith, Fred G 87 

Smith, George OtiS-_ _. 57 

Smith, George S 115 

Smith, Glenn S 62 

Smith, Granville 32 

Smith, H. F 23 

Smith, H. I 57 

Smith, Harlan H 68 

Smith, Capt. Harry B 30 

Smith, Harry D-_ 18 

Smith, Herbert M 72 

Smith, Homer 61 

Smith, Lt. Col. Hugh C... 29 

Smith, Irene D.. 118 

Smith, John H 109 

Smith, John M 21 

Smith. John Speed 105 

Smith, Julian D 95 

Smith, Laurence R 58 

Smith, Lynn. _ 53,145 

Smith, Nicholas A. C 102 

Smith, Philip S 57 

Smith, Ray H 74 

Smith, Raymond U 150 

Smith, Robert L- 73 

Smith, Roland K 108 

Smith, Samuel C 139 

Smith, Sawyer A 148 

Smith, Shelby 103 

Smith, Shirley D.. 104 

Smith, Thomas C 15 

Smith, Comdr. W. R. 109 

Smith, Wallace W 82 

Smith, Willard C 93 

Smith, William A 7 

Smith, William H 15,60, 127 

Smith, William M 49 

Smith, Maj. Gen. William R. 38 

Smith, William Wolff 119 

Smithers, Clarence G 154 

Smithers, E. W 10 

Smyth, Patrick H 68 

Smyth, Capt. William W... 48 

Snavely, R. B.. 25 

Snead, Charles D 84 

Snead, William E.. 13 

Sneed, Maj. Albert L 36 

Snelgrove, Howard H 53 

Snell, Charles L 49 

Snider, M. F 13 

Snipes, Frank L 96 

Snoddv, Dr. Thomas Q 56 

Snow, Maj. William A 32 

Snowe, A. E 25 

Snyder, A. J... 60 

Snvder, Arvel R 55 

Snyder, Charles B 61 

Snyder, Charles L... 117 

Snyder, Edgar C 146 

Snyder, Frederic 54 

Snyder, John P... 96 

Snyder, Joseph M... 80 

Snyder, Peter F 103 

Snvder, Rudolph 72 

Sobieralski, Alfred M 98 

Soderholm, Capt. W. H 33 

Sogemeier, Albert C 148 

Soldan, Dr. Carlos Enrique 

Paz 129 

Soleaii,' William l'"II"'"^ 104 
Soler, Dr. Ramon Baez 129 



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Sohnsky, Elbert C .59 

Solinsky, Frank 59 

Somervell, Maj. B. B. 32 

Somerville, James, jr 95 

Sommer. Frederick C 95 

Soper, Morris A 149 

Soper, Richard W 120' 

Sorensen, Harry 94 

Sornborger, Charles B 43 

Soule, S. B 58 

Southgate, Richard B 11 

Southworth, Frederic W 49 

Soyster, H. B 57 

Spalding, Col. George R 31 

Spalsbury, Ross L 54 

Spamer, Arthur L 149 

Spanagel, T/t. Comdr. Her- 
man A 125 

Spangler, Hugh D... 68 

Spangler, L. C 12 

Sparks, Raymond 132 

Sparks, Thomas J. 148 

Sparks, William M 144 

Spaulding, Huntley 139 

Spearman, Paul D. P 115 

Speelman, Martin R 7 

Spellier, Louis A 14 

Spencer, C. B 25 

Spencer, C. J lOQ. 

Spencer, DeForest A 95 

Spencer, Frank H 63 

Spencer, H. A 24 

Spencer, James H 68 

Spencer, O. M 24 

Spencer, R. R 24 

Spencer, Walter .. 53 

Spiegel, J. B 58 

SpiOane, Thomas R 16 

Spilman, William R... 45 

Spindler, Harvey H 68 

Spindler, John E 72 

Spofford, Charles B., jr 95 

Spofford, Charles W 121 

Spooner, Henry J., 3d 16 

Sprague, E. K 22 

Spraker, Harry W 38 

Spratt, R. D 26 

Sproles, Harry A 16 

Sproule, Capt. James 29 

Squire, Earl C... 95 

Staack,J. G 57,125 

Stabler, Herman 57 

Stabler, Howard D 145 

Stacey, S. W 148 

Stacher, Samuel F 55 

Stackpole, M. R 58 

Stadlmeir, Albert 83 

Stafford, James A 145 

Stafford, Wendell P 155 

Staley, William F 63 

Stalmach, Adolph A 89 

Stamm, Harold B 112 

Stancil, William A 15 

Standley, Rear Adm. Wil- 
liam H 47,124 

Stanion, Ralph P 55 

Stanley, A. C 127 

Stanley, Col. D. S 122 

Stanley, Louise 88 

Stanley, Maj. Stewart W 35 

Stanton, T. W 57 

Stanton, Thomas B 136 

Staples, Charles F._. 107 

Starbuck, William D. L 115 

Stark, Walter R_ 13 

Starr, Robert C 103 

Starratt, Andrew W 12 

Staub, Alvin F_ 69 

Stayer, Col. E. S 29 

Steadman, Alva E 147 

Steddom, Rice P 69 

Steele, Glenn 104 

Steele, Col. H.L 28 

Steele, I. W 25 

Steele, Orin D 83 

Steele, Ray C 81 

Steese, Maj. C. M 33 

Steinbauer, Walter H 87 

Steinraetz, A. F 25 

Steintorf, Paul.P 95. 



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Page 

Stejneger, Leonhard.. 131 

Stephens, Francis H. 132 

Stephens, James A 14 

Stephenson, L. W 57 

Stephl, Otto E 82 

Stern, Boris 103 

Sternhagen, John M 114 

Steuart, Wilham M 92 

Stevens, Carl 56 

Stevens, Chester D 86 

Stevens, W. H. S.. 112 

Stevens, Walters 54 

Stevenson, C. T 18 

Stevenson, Charles 18 

Stevenson, Joseph H 64 

Stevenson, William R 16 

Stewart, Adelia M 12 

Stewart, Andrew 116 

Stewart, Andrew G., jr 15 

Stewart, Benjamin D 57,102 

Stewart, Charles E 43 

Stewart, Edward S 55 

Stewart, Ethelbert 103 

Stewart, F. C -.- 24 

Stewart, Lt. Col. G. H 33 

Stewart, Lt. Col. Gilbert H.. 41 

Stewart, James B 11 

Stewart, Mary 54 

Stewart, P. M 24 

Stewart, Sidney S 77 

Stewart, Stella 113 

Stewart, Walter J 73 

Stewart, William P 68 

Stickney, Benjamin R 21 

Stickney, Henry Ladd- 120 

Stikeleat her, U orace H 17 

Stiles, Charles Wardell 26 

Stiles, George W., jr.— 72 

Still, Seaborn H 72 

Stillwell, E. D.. 109 

Stillwell, John D-- 73 

Stilson, G. Warren. 103 

Stimpson, W. G 26 

Stimson, A. M 22 

Stimson, Maj. Julia C. 30 

Stine, Oscar C 85 

Stinglev, Orville A 71 

Stirling, Harold V 119 

Stirling, M. W 131 

Stockberger, Warner W.... 63,75 

Stocker, Leopold 119 

Stockier, Bernhard J.. 71 

Stoddard, Malcolm L 120 

Stoddard, Samuel W... 77 

Stoesen, Andrew R. W 68 

Stokes, Col. Marcus B 40 

StoU, LouisJ 135 

Stone, Col. Charles B., jr 40 

Stone, Forest R 54 

Stone, Harlan Fiske.. 143 

Stone, James C 113 

Stone, Kimbrough 144 

Stone, Thomas E. 17 

Stone, W. H. 109 

Stoner, G. W... 26 

Storch, Henry H 102 

Stott, William G 135 

Stoutemyer, Bernard E 59 

Strack, Albert.. 90 

Strahorn, Arthur T SO 

Stratton, S. W_ 123 

Strauss, Ober G. 86 

Strayer, G. D., jr 134 

Street, Thomas A... 37 

Strench, William G 104 

Strickler, John B 69 

Stromme, Capt. Joseph L 36 

Strong, Charles M 68 

Strong, Earle R 92 

Strong, Dr. Helen M 125 

Strong, Lee A 88 

Strong, Maj. Robert W 27 

Strother, A. Pendleton 14 

Strother, French 10 

Stuart, George 145 

Stuart, R.Y 116,126 

Stuart, Robert Y 75 

Stubblefield , Albert G 53 



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Sturges, Col. Edward A 41 

Sturges, Merton A 105 

Sturgess, Edward L 14 

Stutsman, Jesse O 44 

Styer, Freas 20 

Stvcr, Maj. W. D.. 122 

Sudduth, Warren R 89 

Suinaga, J. Aspe ,,. 128 

Suit, Frisbie T 70 

Sullivan, C. J.. 22 

Sullivan, Daniel J 61 

Sullivan, Del L 105 

Sullivan, Floyd E 95 

Sullivan, Harvey 145 

Sullivan, Jeremiah A 135 

Sullivan, Jerry B.. 156 

Sullivan, John D.. ' 35 

Sullivan, John J 56 

Sullivan, Richard H 68 

Sullivan, Walter A 73 

Sumraerall, Gen. Charles P 27, 124 

Summers, John L. 12 

Summers, Melvin B 68 

Surface, Frank M 93 

Surratt, Andrew J 86 

Sutherland, George. 143 

Sutherland, Howard HI 

Sutton, Leon G.. 68 

Swain, Clayton E 84 

Swan, Thomas W 143 

Swanger, Charles H 71 

Swanu, Joseph C 18 

Swanson, Edward B 102 

Swanson, James V 117 

Sweaney, George W 16 

Sweeley, First Lt. William R. 36 

Sweeney, A. K 23 

Sweeney, Josephine C 84 

Sweeney, Terence H 45 

Sweeney, Col. Walter C 40 

Sweet, E. A 23 

Sweet, O. Henderson 119 

Sweet, Harriet M 129 

Sweet, Ohver E... 107 

S weetser, C harles H 84 

Sweetser, Harvey A. 95 

Swift, Everett L 17 

Swift, Theodore T 77 

Swigart, Jesse E 21 

Swindle, Anthony J 16 

Switzer, H. B 91 

Switzer, John B 107 

Svkes, Eugene O 115 

Sylvester, Albert H 78 

Symes, John Foster 146 

T 

Tacy, Nelson A 45,125 

Taggart, Earl.. 115 

Tait, Galen L 14 

Talbot, Edmond E 148 

Talbott, WiUiam W 68 

Taliaferro, A. P., jr 92 

Talman, Charles F 65 

Tandy, Elizabeth C 104 

Tandy, Elou F 121 

Tanner, W. F 23 

Tapp, Samuel 133 

Tappan, J. W_ 24 

Tarbett, R. E... 24 

Tarleton, Albert H 13 

Tarr, Frederick H 149 

Tarr, Leonard M 68 

Tate, Hugh M 107 

Tate, Mary A 7 

Tawse, A. C 137 

Taylor, A. E. 90 

Taylor, Augustus C 137 

Taylor, David W 123 

Taylor, Eh F 53 

Taylor, George C 153 

Taylor, George H 58 

Taylor, George R. 30 

Taylor, George W 83 

Taylor, James R 35,155 

Taylor, James S. 96 

Taylor, James W 156 



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Taylor, John B 76. 

Taylor, M 100 

Taylor, Hear Adm. Mont- 
gomery M 47,124 

Taylor, Nathaniel R.. 68 

Taylor, Paul P 70 

Taylor, Robert W 53,145 

Tavlor, Maj. Roger 33. 

Taylor, Thomas R 68,93 

Taylor, Walter P 83 

Taylor, Walter R. 34 

Taylor, Col. Wilham. i\ 

Taylor, William A... 74 

Taylor, William E... 74 

Teachum, George F 132 

Teague, Charles C 113 

Tebbetts, Col. Harry H 39 

Teeple, Arthur R 68 

Teicher, John G. 117 

Temple, Henry W 62 

Templeton, Richard H 151 

Ten Kyck, William C 85 

Tenney, Col. Charles H 33 

Tepfer, De Lois G 73. 

Terhune, Hugh W. 83 

Terrell, Lt. Col. John P 125 

Terrell, Mrs. Mary Church.. 139 

Terrell, William D.... 92 

Terry, Maj. C. C 33 

Terry, Prentiss M_ 94 

Teufel, W. C _ 24 

Texidor, Jacinto 37. 

Thacher, Thomas D 43,138 

Thacker, O 108 

Theile, Karl 62, 

Theleen, Capt. Daviu E 47 

Thewatt, F. F., jr 25, 

Thom, Charles 80 

Thomas, Arthur O 118 

Thomas, Curtis W. 35, 

Thomas, Euward W 132 

Thomas, Edwin S 146- 

Thomas, George H 113 

TUomas, Jesse 105 

Thomas, Ralph W 68 

Thomas, Lt. Comdr. Robert 

F 48. 

Thomas', Lt' CoI.'RQbert 's r32, 41 

Thomas, Thomas 104. 

Thomas, Walter W.... 68 

Thomas, WiUiam H 96 

Thomhnson, V. W.. 105 

Thompson, Bertis B 30 

Thompson, Edwin C 68 

Thompson, Emery J. 81 

Thompson, George C Ill 

Thompson, Helen M 64 

Thompson, Herbert L 51 

Thompson, J. Whitaker 152 

Thompson, James A 147 

Thompson, James Wesley 147 

Thompson, John A... 70 

Thompson, John B 64 

Thompson, L. A 122 

Thompson, L. R... 23. 

Thompson, Laura A 103 

Thompson, Lewis B 15 

Thompson, Manly 63. 

Thompson, Mary F.«.. 69 

Thompson, Nelson S.. 21, 

Thompson, Perry A 78 

Thompson, Ralph L 133 

Thompson, Samuel H 18,54. 

Thompson, T. J 100 

Thompson, W. Norman 12 

Thompson, Western T 96 

Thompson, William .-.- 72 

Thompson, William F., jr... 147 

Thomson, C. G 60 

Thomson, Howard J. 68 

Thomson, W. H. S 152 

Thorn, John M 60 

Thurber, W. L 99 

Tidwell, Henrv M 56 

Tidwell, William H.. 19. 

Tietgen, William H 156 

Tiffany, R. K 139 

Tillinghast, Anna C 104. 



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Tillotson, M. R.. 69 

Tilson, John Q.-- 138 

Tilson, William J 156 

Tilton, Frederic A 46 

Timberlake, Col. Edward J.. 41 

Timilty, Joseph F 17 

Timmons, Kollie 15 

Tingley, Franklin G 65 

Tinker, Earl W 79 

Tinkham, Ralph R 97 

Tippens, Guy B 38 

Tisdel, Alton P.. 7 

Tittemore, James N 154 

Titus, Maj. Isaac E... 41 

Tobin, First Lt. Mary W 31 

Tobin, Richard F... 137 

Todd, Benjamin L., jr 149 

Todd, Frederick.. 94 

Todd, Maj. Gen. Henry D.. 28 

Tolbert, Joseph A. - 162 

Toll, Roger W 60 

Tomlin, R. R 24 

Tomlinson, Nellie Gregg 19 

Tomlinson, Owen A 60 

Tompkins, Col. Edmond R.. 40 

Tompkins, Samuel J 16 

Tondre, Joseph F 150 

Tonkin, George 83 

Toomey, F. F... 13 

Torrence, Everett W 68 

Torrey, Earl G 64 

Totten, George E... 71 

Towers, C. M. 132 

Towers, Capt. J. H 48 

Towers, Capt. John H 123 

Towers, Lemuel A... 55 

Townsend, Charles 113 

Townsend, J. G.- 23 

Townsend, Norris L 73 

Townsend, Roger R 95 

Townsend, Wallace 139,146 

Tracy, Frank C. 19 

Tracy, Col. Joseph P 41 

Tracy, Laura L... 117 

Tracy, Robert C 114 

Tracy, William H 68 

Trammell, C. M 114 

Trask,J. W 23 

Traylor, James G 131 

Trautman, J. A 25 

Treadway, W. L.. 22 

Trego, Albert 144 

Trent, Lt. Col. Grant T 41 

Triem, William E 46 

Trierschield, Peter.. 60 

Trigg, Robert L 88 

Trimble, H. E.... 24 

Tripp, Louis H 119 

Tritle, Frederick 71 

Troie, F. A 24 

Trott, David C 54 

Trotter, Charles F 45 

Trotter, Clyde P.- 88 

Trotter, George A.. 56 

Trotter, Samuel B 68 

Truby, Col. Albert E 30 

True, Webster P 131 

Truesdell, John F 54 

Truesdell, Lteon E 93 

Trupper, Vincent 156 

Trussell, S. L 114 

Tschappat, Brig. Gen. W. H. 32 

Tuck, Richard W 72 

Tucker, Charles F 106 

Tucker, G. P 99 

Tucker, George F 69 

Tucker, L. W 24 

Tucker, Wendell P 137 

Tucker, William J 114 

Tuckwiller, Ross H 71 

Tudor, Chnton G 52 

Tullis, John R.... 46 

Tulloch, John C 18 

TuUoss, S. B-.- 116 

Tupper, Ernest A__ 93 

TurnbuU, Maj. William A... 29 

Turner, F. C. 24 

Turner, Comdr. R. K 48,124 

Turner, Scott 101 



Page 

Turner, Lt. Col. T. C 48 

Turner, W. L 98 

Turreiitine, John W... 80 

Tutt, Ernest L 94 

Tuttle, Arthur J 149 

Tuttle, Charles H... 150 

Tuttle, William W 104 

Tyler, James C 149 

Tyler, Lt. Col. Mas C 111 

Tyler, Paul M.... 102 

Tyner, Col. George P 40 

Tyrer, Arthur J 98 

U 

Ueker, Clement S 56 

Uelsmann, M. H... '. 20 

Uhlaud, RusselE... 80 

Ulmer, L. J 18 

Underwood, Mark L 120 

Underwood, Konnan.. 21 

Unger, Ellwood E. 68 

Unson, Miguel 37 

Upchurch, Oscar C. 65 

Upham, Rear Adm. Frank B. 48 

Upham, Mrs. Helen Hall 44 

V 

Vail, Robert M 152 

Van Ackeren, J. F 26 

Van Atta, Clyde H 96 

VanBeeck, G.J 24 

van Casteel, Grace. 113 

Vance, John T., jr 7 

Van C leave, W illiam E 66 

Van Deman, Ruth 88 

Vanderpool, J esse L 68 

Van Dervoort, Warren C 46 

Van Devanter, Willis.... 138,143 

Vandeventer, William L 149 

Van Doren, Nathaniel G 19 

Van Duyne, Col. Frederick 

W 29 

Van Fossan, Ernest H.. 114 

Van Fossen, John R 114 

Van Horn, Archie G... 74 

Van Keuren, Capt. A. H 48 

Van Nostrand, W 92 

Van Orsdel, Josiah A 155 

VanOstrand, Gertrude 156 

Van Pettcn, E. C 139 

Van Valkenburgh, Arba S... 144 

Van Voorhis, James R 17 

Van Wagenen, James H 127 

Van Wickel, Jesse F_... 94 

Van Winkle, Mina C... 136 

Varney, F. A 136 

Vaught, Edgar S 152 

Vedder, Col. Edward B 31 

Veeder, Jarvis S 76 

Veitch, Fletcher P 79,90 

Veldee, M. V 24 

Ventura, Honorio 37 

Vermillion, Leslie B 73 

Vermilva, Ralph F.. 69 

Vest, George B 114 

Vickrey, John H 151 

Victory, John F._ 123 

Villamor, Ignacio 37 

Villa-Real, Antonio 37 

Vincent, Wendell 91 

Vincent, William S 96 

Vint, Thomas C 69 

Vipond, Kenneth C 117 

Virnstein, John H 136 

Vitale, Ferruccio 126 

Voegtlin, Carl 26 

Vogel, C. W.... 22 

Vogel, Jacob 69 

Vogel, Theodore R 32 

Vogt, Evon Z 60 

von Baver, William H 64 

Von Dahm, Howard C 120 

Vonderlehr, R. A... 24 

von Herrmann, Charles F 68 

von Lewinski, Karl 130 

Von Nerta, George O 21 

Voorhees, John F 68 



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Voorheis, Elmer W 149 

Voorhies, E. W 98 

Voris, Col. Alvin C 40 

Vose, Elisha C. 68 

Voshell, James T 84 

Vos.seller, Roswell N 15 

Vrooman, R. C 36 

W 

Wadden, Vincent R., jr 16 

Waddill, Edmund, jr 143 

Wade, Col. John P 41 

Wade, Martin J 148 

Wade, William S 53 

Wadsworth, C. W. 122 

Wadsworth, Earl B 46 

Waggaman, Mary T 103 

Wagner, C. C 10 

Wagner, Isaac R 120 

Wagner, J. H.._ 104 

Wagner, William H 103 

Wagoner, C. Otto 71 

Wahly, William H 132 

Wait, C. Bernard 20 

Waite, Bvron S 156 

Waite, W. E 101 

Wakefield, W. J... 38 

Walcott, Mary Vaux 56 

Waldie, Robert 88 

Waldron, Bion L 68 

Waldron, Col. William H.... 38 

Wales, George R 117,118 

Wales, Leonard E 146 

Walker, Albert W 59 

Walker, Maj. C. A 33 

Walker, Charles F 74 

Walker, Chester L 56 

Walker, E. P... 131 

Walker, Francis 112 

Walker, John P 52 

Walker, Brig. Gen. Meri- 
wether L 39 

Walker, Richard W. 144 

Walker, Thomas L 19 

Walker, W. Ancel 54 

Wallace, C. B 134 

Wallace, Donald S 58 

Wallace, James K 7 

Wallace, Joseph F 119 

Wallace, Julian C 12 

Walleigh, Charles H 85 

Waller, C. E 23 

Wallev, James M.. 79 

Wallich, Claudius 96 

Wallis, James E., jr 95 

Walsh, Capt. A. 30 

WaLsh, Daniel M 91 

Walsh, Maj. James L.. 33 

Walsh, John M 136 

Walsh, Patrick F..._ 49 

Walsh, Maj. Robert L 35 

Walsh, Seabrook B 133 

Walsh, T. Gillespie 132 

Walter, Harry K 71 

Walter, Jacob D.- 146 

Walter, Raymond F 58 

Walters, John T 15 

Walton, A. D 154 

Walton, Charles F., jr 79 

Warburton, Clyde W 63,64 

Ward, Florence E 65 

Ward, Joseph H... 120 

Ward. Lt. Col. Ralph T 32 

Warfleld, Lt. Col. A. B 30 

Warfield, H. P 161 

Warfield, William A 61 

Waring, C. H 23 

Waring, L. H... 112 

Warner, Edward P -.. 123 

Warner, H. J 23 

Warner, Rebecca P 133 

W^arren, B. S 23 

Warren, Charles E 45 

Warren, Grover C 105 

Warren, Laura E 104 

Warrum, Noble 128 

Warwick, Walter W 118 

Washburn, E. W 96 



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Wasfon, Clark B 151 

Waters, Henry H 113 

Waters, Ilygh H 68 

Wathen, Albert L... 54 

Watkins, Guv M 19 

Watkins, Halbert E 91 

Watkins, Henry H 152 

Watkins, L. C 25 

Watkins, John R 149 

Watkins, RFaj. Lewis H 31 

Watkins, William F 103 

Watson, Albert L 152 

Watson, Edward M., 147 

Watson, George S - 135 

Watson, Osborn S 94 

Watson, Rov R 109 

Watt, A. Liddon.. 74 

Watt, John B. 130 

Watts, A. W 46 

Watts, Herbert C 121 

Watts, Jesse C. - 103 

Wattson, Donald H -.. 55 

Waugh, Frederick V S6 

Waugh, E. L.. 24 

Wavson, N. E 23 

Weart, Maj. Douglas L 32 

Weaver, Benjamin W 136 

Weaver, Clarence W 150 

Weaver, Herman D 15 

Weaver, M. E -.. 100 

Weaver, Maj. Walter R... 36,39 

Webb, Alan G.... 88 

Webb, Edwin Yates 151 

Weber, Charles J 135 

Weber, Henrv S 72 

Weber, Rudolph C. E 58 

Weber, William 65 

Weber, William J 12 

Webster, J. Stanley 154 

Webster, N. P 10 

Webster, Comdr. W. W 48 

Weddington, First IX. Harry. 37 

Weeden, Rev. H. Clay 139 

Weedin, Luther 104 

Weeks, Maj. Henry J— 29 

Weeks, John R 68 

Weeks, Lt. Col. William C. 31 

Wehmhoff, Byron L- 7 

Weidemann. Clarence C 97 

Weidman, Robert H 75 

Weightman. R. Hanson 65 

Weigle, William O 78 

WeO, Harry H _ 15 

Weinman, Adolph A 126 

Weisbrod, E. Harry 61 

Weise, E. E 110 

Weiss, Harry A 154 

Weiss, Jacob H 117 

Welborn, John W 45 

Welch, Frank B. W 19 

Welch, Galen H 13 

Welch, J. F 37 

AVeldon, L. O 23 

Weller, George E 156 

Welliver, Edward M 132 

Wells, Edward L..._ 68 

Wells, Frank O 125 

Wells, Heber M 108 

Wells, Ira K __ 152 

Wells, Meade R 80 

Wells, R. C 57 

Wells, Roy A.. 68 

Wellshear, William S 145 

Wenchel, John P 63 

Wende, Bernhard P 69 

Werner, August 103 

Werner, Paul G.. 105 

Wescott, Crville D 120 

Weslev, Marvin 12 

West, DuVal 153 

West, Maj. P. W 122 

West, Ralph C 68 

West, Samuel H 151 

West, Vernon E 132 

AVestfahl, B. H 154 

Westgate, John M 64 

Westgate, Vernon V 86 

Westover, H. B. _.. 18 

119539—30 13 



Wetherill, John... 60 

VVetmore, Ale.xander 131 

Wetmore, Fred C 149 

Wetmore, James A 21, 116 

Wetzel, George B 93 

Whalen, William A 104 

Whaley, Col. Arthur M 109 

Whalev, Richard S 155 

Wluilin, Cl.arles V 85 

Whall, Edward O 7 

Wham, Fred L 147 

Wharton, \Villiam R. M 91 

Wheat, Alfred A 155 

Wheat, J. H 57,125 

Wheeler, Edward N 19 

Wheeler, G. A 23 

Wheeler, Capt. W. J 21 

Wheeler, AVilliam A 85 

Wherry, Edgar T 79 

Whipple, Maj. S 38 

Whitaker, Capt. John C 38 

W'hite, Albert 145 

White, Charles P 102 

White, E. W 57 

White, Eugene R 40 

White, Francis 12 

White, George F 147 

White, H. F 23 

White, J. H. 26 

White, John J.. 14 

White, John R 60 

White, L. R 25 

White, L. Emory 64 

White, M.J. 22 

White, Robe Carl 103 

White, Sam O 83 

W'hite, Scott C 153 

V\'hite, Thomas B 43 

White, Thomas C... 147 

White, Thomas W.. 14 

White, AVard B 90 

W'hite, WDliam 74 

White, William A... 61 

Whitehead, E. Bradford 83 

Whitehead, Brig. Gen. H. C 29 

Whitehead, Lawrence C 82 

Whitehead, Robert F 99 

Whitehill, Harry C 18 

Whitehorne, Edward W 48 

Whitehurst, H. C 133 

Wh iteside, Henry H 87 

Whitfield, Col. Robert 40 

Whitham, James C... 76 

Whitledge, Herbert E 120 

Whitlock, Bert W 87 

Whitlock, Claude R 55 

Whitney, Anice L 103 

Whitney, M. L 100 

Whitney, Paul C 98 

Whittico, M. T 139 

Whittier. Bernard B 68 

Whittle, Thomas W. 19 

Whyte, C. R 133 

Wiant, Charles R.. 96 

Wiatt, F. C 98 

Wickersham, George W 123 

Wiedenmann, Andrew 18 

Wiegand, Charles L 15 

Wieland, Edward J 120 

Wight, Ale.xander E 69 

Wight, Fred W 26 

Wilbur, Curtis D 144 

Wilbur, Ray Lyman 62, 

111, 113, 124 
Wilby, Lt. Col. Francis B... 32 

Wilco-x, Howard 22 

wad, Maj. Herbert J 31 

Wilde, Beider W., jr 16 

Wilde, Walter J 19 

Wuder, Leo C. 98 

Wilding. William G 132 

Wildrick,Lt. Col. Edward W. 124 

Wilkerson, James H 147 

Wilkins, Lydia K... 64 

Wilkinson, Alfred D 121 

AA'Ukinson, Alonzo H 14 

Wilkinson, F. D 62 

WDkinson, Garnet C 134 



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Willahan, William C 55 

Willard. Ciara... 61 

Willard, Harold F 89 

Willcuts, Levi M 14 

WUley, Wilford B 76 

Willhite, Oscar C 119 

Williams, Albert C 20 

AVillianis, Ben M 109 

Williams, Burr G 7 

Williams, C. F 58 

Williams, C. L 23 

WLliams, Carl 113 

Williams, Clarence L 45 

Wiiiianis, E. G 25 

Williams, Edwin R 146 

Williams, Frank L 120 

Williams, Frank P 83 

Williams, Frank S 94 

Williams, Harry P 82 

Williams, Capt. Henry...... 48 

Williams, J. Thaxter 68 

Williams, John 107 

Williams, Rev. L. K 139 

Williams, L. L., jr 24 

Williams, L. L., sr 26 

WDjianis, Melvin D 84 

Williams, Paul R 139 

Williams, R. C 22 

Williams, R. L.. 151 

Williams, Roger P 46 

William.s, Roy B 59 

Williams, Maj. Sumner M... 30 

Williams, Thomas S 155 

Williams, Walter A 74 

Williams, WUliam J 151 

Williams, Capt. Yancy S 47 

Williamson, B. A 94 

Williamson, H. V 18 

Williamson, J. M 13 

Williamson, Sydney B 110 

Willige, Augustus 132 

AVilling, Lt. Col. WDdurr.... 32 

Willis, Capt. H. A.. 33 

Willis, Maj. James A... 40 

Wilmarth, Raymond 134 

WiJmer, J. Carlisie 13 

Wilmoth, C. L 25 

Wilmoth, Grover C. 104 

Wilson, Maj. .Alexander 33 

Wilson, Maj. Alfred M 30 

Wilson, B. J... 94 

AVilson, Charles S 113 

Wilson, Clem B 63 

Wilson, David E 101 

Wilson, Edward V... 17 

Wilson, George N 68 

AVUson, George S 137 

AVUson, J. G 23 

W'ilson, J. Oscar 73 

Wilson, James C 153 

AVilson, James E 136 

AA'ilson, Col. Jennings B 40 

AA'ilson, Lee A 71 

AA'Oson, Meredith C 65 

AVilson, Philip St. J... 84 

AVilson, R. L 23 

AVilson, Ralph A- 15 

AVilson, Scott 143 

Wilson, Stewart 117 

AVilson, Thomas T 19 

Wilson, AV. B 153 

Wilson, AVilford M... 68 

AViltshire, Albert 71 

AVilver, Edward J 7 

Winfrev, George AA' 87 

Wingfield, B. M 114 

Winings, L. Paul 103 

AVinkelstein, A. H... 101 

AVinkler, Mark A 83 

AA'inn, ]/)ennis 96 

AA'inn, Frederic 77 

Winn, James A 120 

AA'inner, AVilliam L 34 

AVinslow, Barclay C 91 

AVin.slow, Carlisle P 75 

Winslow, Samuel E 107 

AA'in.sor, Luther M 81 

AVinter, Ezra 126 



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Winter, Henry- 35 

Wintersraith, Charles E 105 

Wise, Paul J 43 

Wiseman, Henry N 20 

Wisner, G. Franklin 115 

Witstatt, J. T 135 

Wixon, Irving F.. 103 

Wohlen, Paul A 76 

Wolcott, C. L 99 

Wolf, Adoiph O 37 

Wolf, Benjamin E.. 92 

Wolf, Ernest T 76 

Wolf, Capt. H. H,. 22 

Wolf, Louis E 90 

Wolfe, Charles A. 79 

Wolfe, Kenneth 76 

Wolff, W. M 22 

Wollard, F. L 91 

Wolter, Andrew H 135 

Wood,.Arthur A 78 

Wood, Rev. Dr. Charles 138 

Wood, Charles S 68 

Wood, George H 122 

Wood, George L 45 

Wood, Sanford B. D... 147 

Wood, Warren W 88 

Wood, William C 46 

Woodard, Granville O 95 

Woodcock, Amos W. W 43 

Woodflll, Web.... 112 

Woodhead, Phillip V 76 

Woodman, Stillman E 148 

Woodring, Samuel T 59 

Woodrough, Joseph W 150 

Woods, Albert F 63 

Woods, Marion S 16 

Woods, W. O 12 

Woods, William K., jr 17 

Woodside, K. O 122 

WoodvFard, Charles Edgar... 147 
Woodward, Capt. Clark H.. 109 

Woodward, Hugh B 150 

Woodward, Col. John E 39 

Woodward, Ray L.. 117 

Woodworth, Fred L.. 14 

Woolfolk, George H 69 



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Woollev, Herbert C... 61 

Woollev, R. R 58 

Woolley, Victor B... 143 

Woolridge, Earl 55 

Woolsev, John M 1.50 

Wooten, Capt. Ralph H 35 

Wootton, William C 70 

Worlev, J. F 23 

Worrell, L. W 100 

Worthington, James T 17 

Worthier, Leon H 89 

Wouters, H. H 17 

Wren, Clark C 111 

Wrenn, Augustus C 48 

Wrenn, John E 94 

Wright, Charles W 101 

Wright, Lt. Col. Clement H.. 27 

Wright, Henry H 7 

Wright, Herman E 54 

Wright, J. C 118 

Wright, J. George 55 

Wright, John W 85 

Wright, Marsden 68 

Wright, Orlando A ,56 

Wright, Orville 123 

Wright, Capt. WiUiam B.,ir. 37 

Wright, William D 70 

AVritesman, C. D 18 

Wuest, Lt. Col. Jacob W. S.. 36 

Wurtz, George B 68 

Wyatt, Walter 114 

Wyland, WillL... 68 

Wylie, Alexander 107 

Wyman, A. Lee 153 

Wyman, W. I 100 

Wynne, S. O 17 

Wythe, George 94 

Y 

Yaden, James G 117 

Yancey, Harry F... 102 

Yarnell, David L 84 

Yarnell, Rear Adm. Harry E. 48 

Yarrington, William F 46 

Yates, Joseph T 97 



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Yates, Chaplain Julian E 28 

Yauch, Charles F 113 

Yellowley, E. C 17 

Yeomans, Evelyn L 93 

Yeuell, Capt. Donovan P... 122 

Yohe, H . Stanford 85 

Youmans, Frank A 145 

Young, Clarence J 71 

Young, Clarence M 92 

Young, Floyd D 65 

Young, G. B 26 

Young, George Morley 1-56 

Young, Maj. Gordo j R 32 

Young, Leon G 50 

Young, R. A 114 

Young, S. A. M 54 

Young, Stanley P 81 

Young, Walker R o9 

Young, Maj. William C 40 

Youngblutt, Frederick C 59 

Youngquist, G. Aaron 43 

Yount, Maj. Barton K 36 

Z 

Zahm, Albert F 7 

Zaine, Tech. Sergt. Joseph. . 33 

Zannelli, Augustus 52 

Zappone, Almerico 63 

Zeller, Robert A... 78 

Zens, Lennah Curtiss 88 

Zerbst, Fred 43 

Ziebach, Charles M 56 

Ziegemeier, Rear Adm. H. J.. 51 

Ziegler, M. V 24 

Zihlman, Frederick N. 12ft- 

Zimmerman, Ada 53 

Zimmerman, Cyrus M 45 

Zimmerman, Harvey J. 93 

Zimmerman, John H It 

Zimmerman, R. S 146 

Zimmerman, Reuben S 82 

Zodtner, Harland H 131 

Zon, Raphael 75 

Zurbrick, John L 104 

Zwickel Ernest M 94 



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