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OFFICIAL REGISTER 



OF THB 



UNITED STATES : 1927 



GIFT TO 

FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

WORCESTER, MASS. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES 

1927 



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 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS . 




' The law directing the compilation and publication of the Official Register 

does'not provide for the free distribution of the volume. (See extract from 

Public Act No. 539, on next page.) Copies can be procured only by purchase 

from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. 

Price, 60 cents (Buckram) 



UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON i 
1927 



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



OFFICIAL REGISTEK 

Sec. 2. (a) That the Director of the Census shall cause to be com- 
piled, 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 adminis- 
trative and supervisory positions in each executive and judicial depart- 
ment of the Government, including the District of Columbia, in con- 
nection with which salaries are paid from the Treasury of the United 
States. The Register shall show the name; official title; salary, compen- 
sation and emoluments; legal residence and place of employment for each 
person Usted therein: Provided, however. That the Official Register 
shall not contain the name of any postmaster, assistant postmaster or 
officer of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps. 

(b) To enable the Director of the Census to compile and pubUsh the 
Official Register of the United States, the Executive Office, the judiciary, 
the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and the head of each 
executive department, independent office, establishment and commis- 
sion of the Government 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 publi- 
cation of the Official Register as herein provided; and no extra compen- 
sation 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 Super- 
intendent of Documents: To the President of the United States, four 
copies, one copy of which shall be for the hbrary of the Executive Office; 
to the Vice President of the United States, two copies, to each Senator, 
Representative, Delegate and Resident Commissioner in Congress, 
three copies; to the Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate 
and to the Clerk, the Sergeant at Arms, and the Doorkeeper of the 
House, one copy each; to the library of the Senate and the House, each, 
not to exceed fifteen copies; to the Library of Congress, twenty-five 
copies, and to the Commissioners 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 supplemental thereto, 
be, and the same are hereby, repealed. 



CONTENTS 



LEGISLATIVE 

Fag* 

SENATE.. 1 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 3 

Government Printing Office 6 

Library or Congress... 7 

United States Botanic Garden 7 

EXECUTIVE 



THE WHITE HOUSE 

Page 

Office of the President 11 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Office of the Secretary 12 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Secretary.. 13 

Comptroller of the Currency 13 

Treasurer of the United States 13 

Public Debt Service 13 

Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits 13 

Bureau of Internal Revenue 14 

Commissioner's office 14 

Office of general counsel 14 

Accounts and collections unit 14 

Income tax unit.. 14 

Miscellaneous tax unit 14 

Collectors of internal revenue 14 

Chief deputy collectors. 15 

Agents in charge - 17 

Special agents in charge.. 17 

Supervisors of accounts and collections 18 

Bureau of Prohibition 18 

Prohibition administrators 18 

Narcotic agents in charge 18 

Bureau of Customs... 18 

Collectors of customs 19 

Appraisers of merchandise. 19 

Comptrollers of customs 20 

Surveyors of customs.. 20 

Special agency service 20 

Supervising agents 20 

Customs attaches in charge 20 

United States Customs Court 20 

Mint Bureau 20 

Mint and assay offices 20 

Federal Farm Loan Bureau 21 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 21 

Office of the Supervising Architect 21 

Custodian Service 22 

United States Coast Guard 22 

Pubhc Health Service 23 

Office of the Surgeon General 23 

Service at large.. .- 23 

Hygienic Laboratory 26 

General Supply Committee 26 

Bureau of the Budget 26 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Officeof the Secretary 27 

Office of the Assistant Secretary of War 27 

Office of -Assistant Secretary of War 27 

War Department General Staff 27 

Office of the Chief of Cavalrv 27 

Officeof the Chief of Field Artillery 28 

Officeof the Chief of Coast Artillery 28 

Officeof the Chief of Infantry 28 

Officeof the Chief of Chaplains 28 

Officeof The Adjutant General 28 

Officeof the Inspector General. 29 

Office of the Judge Advocate General 29 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Page 

Office of the Quartermaster General 29 

Quartermaster Corps 29 

Office of the Chief of Finance 30 

Finance Department at large SO' 

Officeof the Surgeon General... 30 

Medical Department of the Army 30' 

Office of the Chief of Engineers 31 

Engineer Department at large. 31 

Board of Engineers for Rivers "and Harbors, P" 

Washington, D. C. 33 

Office of the Chief of Ordnance.. 33. 

Ordnance Department at large 33 

Office of the Chief Signal Officer 35 

Signal Service at large 35 

Officeof Chief of Air Corps 36 

Air Corps at large 36 

Air intermediate depots.. Z& 

Offices of procurement planning representa- 
tives 36 

District procurement offices.. 37 

Flying fields 37 

Airdromes.. 37 

Bureau of Insular Affairs 37 

Government of the Philippine Islands 37 

Government of Porto Rico 38 

Militia Bureau 38 

Office of Chief of Chemical Warfare Service 38 

Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Md 38 

Chemical Warfare Service School, Edgewood, 

Md. _ 38 

The Army War College, Washington, D. C 39 

United States Military Academy, West Point, 

N. Y 39 

National Board for the Promotion of Rifle 

Practice, Washington, D. C 39 

Director of Civilian Marksmanship, Washing- 
ton, D. C 39 

Army Corps Areas and Departments 39 

First Corps Area 39 

Second Corps Area.. 39 

Third Corps Area 40 

Fourth Corps Area 40 

Fifth Corps Area 40 

Sixth Corps Area 40 

Seventh Corps Area 41 

Eighth Corps Area 41 

Ninth Corps Area 41 

Hawaiian Department 41 

United States Army Forces in China, Tient- 
sin, China 42 

Phihppine Department 42 

Panama Canal Department 42 

District of Washington, D C. 42 

The General Service Schools, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans 42 

Command and General Staff School, 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 43 

III 



IV 



Contents 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Page 

Bureau of the Postmaster General 44 

Inspection Service 44 

Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster 

General - .-- 44 

Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster 

General -- 45 

Railway Mail Service 45 

Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster 

General --- - 45 

Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster 

General-- 45 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

OfiQce of the Secretary - 46 

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations --- 46 

Bureau of Navigation 46 

Bureau of Ordnance 47 

Bureau of Engineering 47 

Bureau of Aeronautics - 47 

Bureau of Construction and Repair 47 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 47 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 47 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 48 

United States Marine Corps 48 

Oflfice of the Judge Advocate General 48 

Naval Establishment -- 48 

Navy yard, Washington, D. C 48 

United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 

Md - 48 

First naval district, Boston, Mass 48 

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H 48 

Naval War College, Newport, R. I 48 

Third naval district, New York, N. Y 49 

Fourth naval district, Philadelphia, Pa 49 

Fifth naval district, naval operating base, 

Hampton Roads, Va 49 

Navy yard, Norfolk, Va..-. 49 

Sixth naval district, Charleston, S. C 49 

Seventh naval district, naval operating base, 

Key West, Fla 49 

Eighth naval district, naval station. New 

Orleans, La 49 

Ninth naval district, Great Lakes, 111 49 

Eleventh naval district, naval operating base, 

San Diego, Calif 49 

Twelfth naval district, naval operating base, 

San Francisco, Calif.. - 49 

Thirteenth naval district, Seattle, Wash 50 

Fourteenth naval district, naval operating 

base. Pearl Harbor, T. H- 50 

Fifteenth naval district, Balboa, C. Z 50 

Sixteenth naval district, naval station, 

Cavite, P. I 50 

Naval station, Olongapo, P. I 50 

Naval station, Guam, M. I 50 

Naval station, Tutuila, American Samoa-- 50 

Naval station, St. Thomas, V. I 50 

Naval station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 50 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

OflQce of the Secretary 51 

General Land Office 51 

Chiefs of divisions 51 

Cadastral engineering service (field) 51 

District cadastral engineers --- 51 

Cadastral engineer in charge 51 

Oflice, cadastral engineers 62 

Registers, district land offices -- 52 

Receivers, district land oflSces 52 

Inspection service -- 52 

Chippewa logging service 52 

Ofljce of Indian Affairs - 53 

Indian field service 53 

Board of Indian Commissioners 55 

Pension Office 55 

Chiefs of divisions --- 65 

Bureau of Education 55 

Chiefs of divisions 55 

District superintendents of schools in Alaska. 56 

Physicians in charge of hospitals 56 

Geological Survey 56 

Geologic branch 56 

Topographic branch - 56 

Alaskan branch.-- -- - 56 

Conservation branch 56 

Water resources branch - 57 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR— Con. 

Page 

Bureau of Reclamation 57 

Reclamation field service 57 

National Park Service 58 

Washington Office 68 

National Park Service at large 68 

Superintendents of national parks 58 

Custodians of national monuments 59 

The Alaskan Railroad - 59 

St. Elizabeths Hospital 60 

Medical division 60 

Administrative division 60 

Freedman's Hospital 60 

Howard University - 60 

War Minerals Relief 61 

Southern Appalachian National Park Com- 
mission- -_. 61 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 61 

Territorial Officers 61 

Alaska and Hawaii- -.- --- 61 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Office of the Secretary 62 

Office of Personnel and Business Administra- 
tion-. 62 

Oflace of the Sohcitor 62 

District law offices - 62 

Field title attorneys 62 

Oflice of Information 63 

Division of publications, 63 

Press service 63 

Radio service 63 

Library 63 

Office of Experiment Stations - 63 

Division of insular experiment stations 63 

Extension Service 63 

Office of cooperative extension work 63 

Weather Bureau 64 

Scientific and service divisions 64 

Regular meteorological field stations 64 

Bureau of Animal Industry 67 

Scientific and regulatory divisions 67 

Field headquarters 68 

Meat inspection field stations 68 

Animal husbandry field stations 70 

Hog-cholera field stations 70 

Field inspection stations 70 

Branch pathological laboratories 71 

Tick eradication field stations.. 71 

Tuberculosis eradication field stations 71 

Virus-serum control field stations 71 

Branch zoological laboratories 72 

Packers and stockyards field stations 72 

Bureau of Dairy Industry 72 

Scientific divisions 72 

Field stations 72 

Bureau of Plant Industry 73 

Scientific divisions - 73 

Forest Service 73 

Service and technical divisions -- 73 

Forest experiment stations 74 

Forest range experiment stations 74 

Northern National Forest district 74 

Rocky Mountain National Forest district... 75 

Southwestern National Forest district 75 

Intermountain National Forest district - 75 

California National Forest district 76 

North Pacific National Forest district 76 

Eastern National Forest district 77 

Alaska National Forest district 77 

Bureau of Chemistry and Soils -.. 77 

Scientific divisions "7 

(a) Chemical and technological research.. 77 

(b) Fertilizer and fixed nitrogen investi- 

gations 77 

(c) Soil investigations 78 

Soil survey districts 78 

Bureau of Entomology. .-- 78 

Scientific divisions 78 

Bureau of Biological Survey --- 78 

Scientific, economic, and regulatory divi- 
sions-- - 78 

Field headquarters 79 

Big game and bird reservations 79 

Experimental fur farm -- 79 

Rabbit experiment station 79 



Contents 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Con. 

Bureau of Biological Survey— Continued. Page 
Control of injurious rodents and predatory 

animals 79 

Control of injurious rodents 79 

Control of predatory animals 79 

United States game waidens (enforcement 
of migratory-bird treaty and Lacey Acts). .. 80 

Alaska investigations 80 

Alaska game commission 80 

Bureau of Public Roads.. _ 80 

Scientific and technical divisions. 

District headquarters for highway work 

(a) Eastern districts 

(b) Western districts 

Agricultural engineering field headquarters.. 

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 

Scientific, service, and regulatory divisions... 82 
Field headquarters _ 82 

(a) Marketing specialists under Cotton 

Futures .\ct.. 82 

(b) Agricultural statisticians _ 82 

(c) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

and inspection services on dairy and 
poultry products 83 

(d) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

service on fruits and vegetables. 83 

(e) Marketing specialists in charge of in- 

spection service on fruits and vege- 
tables __ 83 

(f) Grain supervisors under Grain Stand- 

ards .\ct _.. _ 83 

.\dministration of Grain Standards 

Act._ 83 

Inspection efficiency 83 

Board of review 83 

(g) Marketing specialists in charge of hay 

and bean inspection 83 

(h) Marketing speciahsts in charge of news 

service on livestock, meats, and wool. 84 
(i) Marketing specialists in charge of cotton 

warehousing 84 

(j) Marketing specialist in charge of grain 

warehousing 84 

(k) Marketing specialist in charge of tobacco 

warehousing 84 

Bureau of Home Economics 84 

Scientific divisions 84 

Federal Horticultural Board 84 

Regulatory divisions 84 

Field headquarters _ 84 

Maritime ports 84 

Mexican border ports 85 

Pink bollworm eradication .service... 85 

Data scale eradication service.. 85 

Grain Futures Administration 85 

Field grain exchange supervisors.. 85 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Con. 

Page 
Food, Drugs, and Insecticide Administration.. 85 

Executive supervision 86 

Technical control 86 

Field inspection service 86 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Office of the Secretary 

Aeronautics Branch 

Radio Division 

Radio service 

Bureau of the Census 

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce 

Technical divisions 

Commodity divisions 

China Trade Act 

Commercial attaches 

Trade commissioners 

District offices 

Division of customs statistics. New York 

Bureau of Standards 

Scientific and technical divisions 

Bureau of Fisheries 

Fishery stations 

Bureau of Lighthouses 

Lighthouse Service. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 

Field stations. 

Bureau of Navigation 

Shipping service 

Vessel service, enforcement of navigation laws. 

Steamboat Inspection Service 

Patent Office 

Examining divisions... 

Chiefs of divisions 

Bureau of Mines 

Technologic branch 

Economic branch _ 

Health and safety branch 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Office of the Secretary 

Division of Conciliation 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Bureau of Immigration... 

Immigration Service 

Children's Bureau.. 

Bureau of Naturalization 

Naturalization Service 

Women's Bureau 

Employment Service 

In District of Columbia 

Outside District of Columbia 

Bureau of Industrial Housing and Transporta- 
tion (United States Housing Corporation)... 



MISCELLANEOUS Pa^e 

Interstate Commerce Commission 100 

United States Board of Mediation 100 

United States Shipping Board 101 

United States Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation 101 

The Panama Canal 104 

United States Railroad Administration.. 105 

Inland Waterways Corporation 105 

Board of Road Commissioners for Alaska 105 

United States Tariff Commission _ 106 

Federal Reserve Board 106 

Federal Trade Commission. 107 

War Finance Corporation. 107 

United States Board of Tax .\ppeals 108 

Alien Property Custodian 108 

Federal Oil Conservation Board 108 

Federal Power Commission _. 108 

United States Veterans' Bureau - 109 

Federal Board for Vocational Education. Ill 

-American Battle Monuments Commission. Ill 

Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germant 112 

Tripartite Claims Commission— United States, Austria, and Hungary... 112 

Inter .American High Commission— United States Section 113 

International Joint Commission 113 

International Boundary Commission — United States, Alaska, and Canada 113 

International Boundary Commission— United States and Mexico— 114 

Claims Commission— United States and Mexico 114 

General Claims Commission 114 

Special Claims Commission 114 



VI Contents 

MISCELLANEOUS— Continued 

Pago 

United States Bureau of Efficiency-. - -.- 114 

United States Civil Service Commission 115 

Personnel Classification Board - 116 

General Accounting Office 116 

United States Employees' Compensation Commission 116 

Federal Cookdinating Agencies - 117 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics - 118 

The Aeronautical Board - - - 118 

The Joint Board - 119 

United States Council of National Defense. 119 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers 119 

United States Soldiers' Home - - 120 

Federal Narcotics Control Board. .-. 120 

National Screw Thread Commission 120 

Commission of Fine Arts 120 

Public Buildings and Public Parks.. 121 

Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway Commission 121 

John Ericsson Memorial Commission 121 

Meade Memorial Commission 121 

Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission 121 

National Capital Park and Planning Commission 122 

Commission on Navy Yards and Naval Stations 122 

United States Geographic Board... 122 

Board of Surveys and Maps of the Federal Government 122 

Smithsonian Institution 123 

District of Columbia Government... 124 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf... .- 129 

American National Red Cross 129 

Pan American Union - 129 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 129 

Washington National Monument Society.. 130 

JUDICIAL 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES... 1 133 

United States Circuit Courts of Appeals 133 

United States District Courts 134 

Courts of Customs Appeals --- 145 

Court of Claims --- 1*5 

Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia 145 

Supreme Court of the District of Columbia 145 

United States Court for China - 145 

APPENDIX 

Rates of pay of commissioned ofRcers of the Army on active duty 146 

Rates of pay of commissioned officers of tlie Navy on active duty — 148 

Number of employees in the Federal service - 150 

INDIVIDUAL INDEX 

Persons whose official title, station, legal residence, and compensation are shown in the several sections 

of this register - 151 



LEGISLATIVE 



VII 



NOTE 

The Congressional Directory contains biographical sketches of the Senators and 
Representatives; maps showing the area embraced in each congressional district; the 
oflScial duties of each branch and of ewery executive oflBcial 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 Goverimient. 
The Directory is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, 
and the usual price is 60 cents (buckram binding) . 

VIII 



SENATE 

(Seventieth Congress, unofficial, Sept. 9, 1927) 



VICE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 

CHARLES G. DAWES, OF ILLINOIS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE 

GEORGE H. MOSES, OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



SECRETARY OP 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. 
Denver. 

Simsbury. 
New Haven. 

Wilmington. 
Wilmington. 

Jacksonville. 
Lakeland. 

Cedartown. 
Vienna. 

Boise. » 
Gooding. 

Chicago. 
Dwight. 

Rushville. 
Indianapolis. 

Ottumwa. 
Washington. 

■ Topeka. 
Topeka. 

Louisville. 
Paducah. 

Lake Providence. 
New Iberia. 


Maine: 

Frederick Hale. 


Portland. 


Hugo L. Black. 


Arthur R. Gould . 


Presque Isle. 


Arizona: 

Henry F. Ashurst. 


Maryland: 

William Cabell Bruce 

Millard E. Tydings 

Massachusetts: 

Frederick H. Gillett 

David I. Walsh 


Baltimore. 


Carl Hayden . 


Havre de Grace. 


Arkansas: 

Joseph T. Robinson 

T. H. Caraway 


Springfield. 
Fitchburg. 


California: 

Hiram W. Johnson 


Michigan: 

James Couzens.. ... 


Big Rapids. 
Detroit. 

Minneapolis. 


Samuel M. Shortridge 

Colorado: 

Lawrence C. Phipps .. . 


Woodbridge N. Ferris 

Minnesota: 

Henrik Shipstead 


Charles W. Waterman. .. 


Thomas D. Schall 


E xcelsior. 


Connecticut: 

George P. McLean 


Mississippi: 

Pat Harrison 


Oulfport. 


Hiram Bingham 


Hubert D. Stephens 

Missouri: 

James A. Reed 


New Albany. 


Delaware: 

Coleman du Pont. 


Kansas City. 


Thomas F. Bayard 


Harry B. Hawes 


St. Louis. 


Florida: 

Duncan U. Fletcher 


Montana: 

Thomas J. Walsh.. 


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. 


Frank R. Gooding. 


Tasker L. Oddie 


Reno. 


Illinois: 

Charles S. Deneen 


New Hampshire: 

George H. Moses. 


Concord. 


Frank L. Smith 


Henry W. Keyes 


Haverhill. 


Indiana: 

James E. Watson 


New Jersey: 

Walter E. Edge 


Atlantic City. 


.Arthur R. Robinson 

Iowa: 

Daniel F. Steck 


Edward I. Edwards 

New Mexico: 

Andrieus A. Jones.. 

Sam G. Bratton .. .. 


Jersey City. 
East Las Vegas. 


Smith W. Brookhart 


Santa Fe. 


Kansas: 

Charles Curtis 


New York: 

Royal S. Copeland. 

Robert F. Wagner 

North Carolina: 

Furnifold M. Simmons 

Lee S. Overman 


New York City. 


.\rthur Capper.- 


New York City. 


Kentucky: 

Frederic M. Sackett 

.\lben W. Barkley 


New Bern. 
Salisbury. 


Louisiana: 

Joseph E. Ransdell. 


North Dakota: 

Lynn J. Frazier. 


Hoople. 


Edwin S. Broussard. 


Gerald P. Nye 


CooperstowD, 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



SENATE 

Continued 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


state and name 


Residence 


Ohio: 

Frank B. Willis 


Delaware. 
Yellow Springs. 

Okmulgee. 
Medicine Park. 

Salem. 
Pendleton. 

Pittsburgh. 
Philadelphia. 

Warwick. 
Providence. 

Florence. 
Columbia. 

Redfield. 
Pierre. 

Memphis. 
Knoxville. 


Texas: 

Morris Sheppard 


Texarkana. 




Earle B. Mayfleld [ Austin. 


Oklahoma: 

W. B. Pine 


Utah: 

Reed Smoot ' Provo. 


Elmer Thomas 


William H. King 


Salt Lake City. 


Oregon: 

Charles L. McNary 


Vermont: 

Frank L. Greene 


St. Albans. 


Porter H. Dale 


Island Pond. 


Pennsylvania: 

David A. Reed 


Virginia: 

Claude A. Swanson 


Chatham. 


William S. Vare 


Carter Glass Lynchburg. 


Rhode Island: 

Peter Q. Gerry . 


Washington: 

Wesley L. Jones Seattle. 


Jesse H. Metcalf . 


C. C. Dill SDokane. 


South Carolina: 
Ellison D. Smith. 


West Virginia: 

M. M. Neely 


Fairmont. 




Guy D. Goff... 


Clarksburg. 


South Dakota: 

Peter Norbeck 


Wisconsin: 

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


Madison. 


W. H. McMaster 


Boscobel. 


Tennessee: 

Kenneth McKellar 

Lawrence D. Tyson. 


Wyoming: 

Francis E. Warren 

John B. Kendrick.. 


Cheyeime. 
Sheridan. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



(Seventieth Congress, unofl5cial, Sept. 9, 1927) 



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 


Alabama: 

1 . Tohn Mr>Dnflfie 


Monroeville. 

Montgomery. 

Ozark. 

Anniston. 

Lafayette. 

Tuscaloosa. 

Allgood. 

Tuscumbia. 

Birmingham. 

Jasper. 

Phoenii. 

Osceola. 

Batesville. 

Fayetteville. 

De Queen. 

Clarkesville. 

Lonoke. 

Hope. 

Santa Rosa. 
Nevada City. 
Sacramento. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
Oakland. 
Fresno. 
San Jose. 
Glendale. 
Los Angeles. 
El Centro. 

Sterling. 
Canon City. 
Glenwood Springs. 

Wethersfield. 
New London. 
New Haven. 
Stamford. 
Winsted. 

Georgetown. 

Lakeland. 
Starke. 
Tallahassee. 
Kissimmee. 


Georgia: 

1. Charles O. Edwards 

2. E. E. Cox 


Savannah. 


2 Lister Hill 


Camilla. 


3. Henry B. Steagall 

4. Lamar Jeffers 


3. Charles R. Crisp 

4. William C. Wright 

5. Leslie J. Steele 


Americus. 
Newnan. 


5. William B. Bowling 

6. William B. Oliver 

7. Miles C. AUgood.. 

8. Edward B. Almon 

9. George Huddleston 

10 William B Bankhead 


Decatur. 


6. Samuel Rutherford 

7. Malcolm C. Tarver 

8. Charles H. Brand 

9. Thomas M. Bell.. 


Forsyth. 
Dalton. 
Athens. 
Gainsville. 


10. Carl Vinson . 


Milledgeville. 


Arizona: 

At L. Lewis D. Douglas 

Arkansas: 

1. William J. Driver.. 

2. William A. Oldfield 

3. John N. Tillman... 

4. Otis Wingo 


11. William C. Lankford.... 

12. Wilham W. Larsen 

Idaho: 

1. Burton L. French 

2. Addison T. Smith. 

Illinois: 

1. Martin B. Madden 

2. Morton D. Hull 


Douglas. 
Dublin. 

Moscow. 
Twin Falls. 

Chicago. 




Chicago. 


6. James B. Reed 


3. Elliott W. Sproul 

4. Thomas A. Doyle 

5. Adolph J. Sabath 

6. James T. Igoe.. 


Chicago. 


7. Tilman B. Parks. 

California: 


Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 


2. Harry L. Englebright... 

3. Charles F. Curry. 


7. M. Alfred Michaelson... 

8. Stanley H. Kunz 

9. Fred A. Britten 


Chicago. 
Chicago. 
Chicago. 


5. Richard J. Welch. _ 

6. Albert E. Carter 

■ 7. Henry E. Barbour 

8. Arthur M. Free 


10. Carl R. Chindblom 

11. Frank R. Reid 

12. John T. Buckbee 

13. William R. Johnson 

14. John C. Allen 


Chicago. 
Aurora. 
Rockford. 
Free port. 


9. W. E. Evans 


Monmouth. 


10. Joe Crail 


15. Edward J. King 


Galesburg. 


11. Philip D. Swing 


16. William E. Hull 


Peoria. 




17. Homer W. Hall 


Bloomington. 


1. (Vacancy) . 


18. William P. Holaday 

19. Charles Adkins . . .. 


Georgetown. 


2 Charles B Timberlake 


Decatur. 


3. Guv U. Hardy 


20. Henry T. Rainey 

21. J. Earl Major 


Carrollton. 


4. Edward T. Taylor 


Hillsboro. 


22. Ed. M. Irwin 


Belleville. 


1. E. Hart Fenn 


23. William W.Arnold. 

24. Thomas S. Wilhams 

25. Edward E. Denison 

At L. Richard Yates 

At L. Henry R. Rathbone.. 

Indiana: 

1. Harry E. Rowbottom... 

2. Arthur H. Greenwood... 


Robinson. 


2. Richard P. Freeman 

3. John Q. Tilson 


Louisville. 
Marion. 


4. Schuyler Merritt 


Springfield. 
Kenilworth. 


Delaware: 

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


Evansville. 

Washington. 

Scottsburg. 


2. R. A. Green 


4. Harry C. Canfield 

5. Noble J. Johnson 

6. Richard N. Elliott 


Batesville. 


3. Tom A. Yon.. 


Terre Haute. 


4. William J. Sears 


Connersville. 



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STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Indiana— Continued. 




Michigan: 




7. Ralph R. Updike, sr 


Indianapolis. 


1. Robert H. Clancy 


Detroit. 


8. Albert n. Vestal --. 


Anderson. 


2. Earl C. Michener 


Adrian. 


9. Fred S. Purnell 


Attica. 


3. Joseph L. Hooper 


Battle Creek. 


10. William R. Wood 


Lafayette. 


4. John C. Ketcham 


Hastings^ 


11. Albert R. Hall 


Marion. 


5. CarlE. Mapes -. 


Grand Rapids. 


12. David Hogg 


Fort Wayne. 


6. Grant M. Hudson 


East Lansing. 


13. Andrew J. Hickey 


Laporte. 


7. Louis C. Cramton 


Lapeer. 


Iowa: 




8. Bird J. Vipcent 


Saginaw. 


1. William F. Kopp 


Mount Pleasant. 


9. James C. McLaughlin- -. 


Muskegon. 


2. F. D. Letts - 


Davenport. 


10. Rov 0. Woodruff 


Bay City. 


3. T. J. B. Robinson 


Hampton. 


U. Frank P. Bohn 


Newberry. 


4. Gilbert N. Haugen. 


Northwood. 


12. W. Frank Jones 


Hancock. 


5. Cyrenus Cole.. 


Cedar Rapids. 


13. Clarence J. McLeod 


Detroit. 


6. C. William Ramseyer... 


Bloomfleld. 


Minnesota: 




7. Cassius C. Dowell 


Des Moines. 
Osceola. 


1. Allen J. Furlow .- 


Rochester. 


8. Llovd Thurston 


2. Frank Clague 


Redwood Falls. 


9. Wil'liam R. Green 


Council BlulTs. 


3. August H. Andresen 


Red Wing. 


10. L. J. Dickinson 


Algona. 
Sheldon. 


4. Melvin J. Maas 


St. Paul. 


11. William D. Boies 


5. Walter H. Newton 


Minneapolis. 


Kansas: 




6. Harold Knutson 


St. Cloud. 


1. Daniel R. Anthony, jr... 


Leavenworth. 


7. O.J. Kvale 


Benson. 


2. U. S. Guyer... 


Kansas City. 


8. William L. Carss. 


Proctor. 


3. W. H. Sproul 


Sedan. 
Marion. 


9. C. G.Selvig 

10. Godfrey G. Goodwin 


Crookston. 


4. Homer Hoch.. 


Cambridge. 


5. James G. Strong 


Blue Rapids. 


Mississippi: 




6. Havs B. White 


Mankato. 


]. John E. Rankin 


Tupelo. 


7. Clifford R. Hope 


Gordon City. 


2. B(ill) Q. Lowrey 


Blue Mountain. 


8. William A. Ayres 


Wichita. 


3. W. M. Whittington 


Greenwood. 


Kentucky: 




4. JeflBusbv-- 


Houston. 


1. W. V. Gregory 


May field. 
Madisonville. 


5. Ross A. Collins 

6. T. Webber Wilson 


Meridian. 


2. David A. Kincheloe 


Laurel. 


3. John W. Moore-- ._ 


Morgantown. 


7. Percy E. Quin 


McComb. 


4. Henry D. Moorman 


Hardensberg. 


8. James W. Collier 


Vicksburg. 


5. Maurice H. Thatcher 


Louisville. 


Missouri: 




6. Orie S. Ware 




1. M. A. Romjue 


Macon. 


7. Virgil Chapman . 


Paris. 


2. Ralph F. Lozier 


Carrollton. 


8. Ralph Gilbert 


Shelbyville. 


3. Jacob L. Milligan 


Richmond. 


9. Fred M. Vinson 


Louisa. 
Pikeville. 


4. Charles L. F'aust 

5. George H. Combs, jr 


St. Joseph. 


10. Katherine Langley 


Kansas City. 


11. John M. Robsion 


Barbourville. 


6. C. C. Dickinson 


Clinton. 


Louisiana: 


7. Samuel C. Major 


Fayette. 


1. James O'Connor 


New Orleans. 


8. William L. Nelson 


Columbia. 


2. J. Zach Spearing- 


New Orleans. 


9. Clarence Cannon 


Elsberry. 


3. Whitmell P. Martin 


Thibodeaux. 


10. Henry F. Niedringhaus. 


St. Louis. 


4. John N. Sandlin . 


Minden. 
Ruston. 
Amite. 


11. John J. Cochran 

12. Leonidas C. Dyer 

13. Clvde Williams 


St. Louis. 


5. Rilev J. Wilson 


St. Louis 


6. Bolivar E. Kemp --- 


Hillsboro. 


7. Rene L. Derouen 


Ville Platte. 


14. James F. Fulbright 


Doniphan. 


8. James B. Aswell 


Natchitoches. 


15. Joe J. Manlove 

16. Thomas L. Rubey -. 


Joplin. 


Maine: 


Lebanon. 


1. CarroU L. Beedy- 


Portland. 


Montana: 




2. Wallace H. White, jr -. 


Lewiston. 
Augusta. 
Houlton. 


1. John M. Evans 


Missoula. 


3. John E. Nelson 


2. Scott Leavitt 


Great Falls. 


4. Ira G. Hersev-. 


Nebraska: 

1. John H. Morehead 




Maryland: 


Falls City. 


1. T. Alan Goldsborough 


Denton. 


2. Willis G. Sears . . . 


Omaha. 


2. William P. Cole, jr - 


Towson. 


3. Edgar Howard- 


Columbus. 


3. Vincent L. Palmisano... 


Baltimore. 


4. John N. Norton 


Polk. 


4. J. Charles Linthicum 


Baltimore. 


5. Ashton C. Shallenberger_ 


Alma. 


5. Stephen W. Gambrill- . 


Laurel. 


6. Robert G. Simmons 


Scottsbluff 


6. Frederick N. Zihlman... 


Cumberland. 


Nevada: 




Massacbusetts: 




At L. Samuel S. -^rentz 


Simpson. 


1. Allen T. Treadway 


Stockbridge. 


New Hampshire: 




2. Jlenry L. Howies 


Springfield. 


1. Fletcher Hale 


Laconia. 


3. Frank H. Foss 


Fit'':hburg. 


2. Edward H. Wason 


Nashua. 


4. George R. Stobbs. ..- . 


Worcester. 


New Jersey: 




5 Kditn Noiirse Hogers. 


Lowell. 


1. Charles A. Wolverton--- 


Camden. 


6. A. Piatt -Andrew.. 


Gloucester. 


2. Isaac Bacharach 


Atlantic City. 


7. William P. Connery, jr.. 


Lynn. 


3. Harold G. Ilollman 


South Amboy. 


8. Frederick W. Dallinger.- 


Cambridge. 


4. Charles A. Eaton 


North Plainfleld. 


9. Charles L. Underbill- -, 


Somerville. 


5. Ernest R. Ackcrman 


Plainfield. 


10. John J. Douglass 


Boston. 


6. Randolph Perkins -- 


W ood cliff Lake. 


11. George Holden Tinkham 


Boston. 


7. George N. Seger 


Passaic. 


12. James A. Gallivan -. 


Boston. 


8. Paul J. Moore 


Newark. 


13. Rober Luc« 


Waltham. 


9. Frank W. Fort 


East Orange. 


14. Louis A. Frothingham,-. 


Easton. 


10. Frederick R. Lehlbach.. 


Newark. 


15. Joseph W. Martin, jr 


North Attleboro. 


11. Oscar L. Auf der Heide.. 


West New "iouk. 


16. Charles L. OilTord- 


Cotuit. 


12. Mary T. Norton-- 


Jersey City. 



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state and name 


Residence 


New Mexico: 
At L. John Morrow 


Raton. 

Westbury. 

Astoria. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

W. New Brighton. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

Bronx. 

Bronx. 

Rye. 

Garrison. 

Highland. 

Albany. 

Salem. 

Schenectady. 

Potsdam. 

Phoenix. 

Clinton. 

Fraser. 

Auburn. 

Elmira. 

Rochester. 

Stafford. 

Lockport. 

Buffalo. 

Buffalo. 

Dunkirk. 

Washington. 

Warren ton. 

New Bern. 

Smithfleld. 

Greensboro. 

White ville. 

Asheboro. 

Laurelsprings. 

Gastonia. 

Asheville. 

Grand Forks. 
Bismarck. 
Ken mare. 

Cincinnati. 

Dayton. 

Greenville. 

Defiance. 

Amelia. 

Urbana. 

Marion. 

Toledo. 

Iron ton. 

New Lexington. 

Columbus. 

Sandusky. 

Kent. 

Cambridge. 

Wooster. 

Newark. 

Steubenville. 

Youngstown. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 


Okl 

1. 
2. 
3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 
Ore 

1. 

2. 

3. 
Pen 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
Rho 

1. 

2. 

3. 
SOOT 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 
Soui 

1. 

2. 

3. 
Ten 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

Tex 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 


^homa: 

Everette B. Howard 

William W. Hastings 

Wilburn Cartwright 

Tom D. McKeown 

F. B. Swank 


Tulsa 


New York: 

1. Robert L.Bacon 


Tahlequah. 
McAlester. 
Ada 


3. George W. Lindsay 




4. Thomas H. Cullen. 


Jed Johnson 




5. Loring M. Black, jr 

6. Andrew L. Somers 


James V. McClintic 

M. C. Garber 


Snyder. 
Enid. 




gon: 

Willis C. Hawley.. 

Nicholas J. Sinnott 

(Vacancy) 




8. Patrick J. Carley 

9. David J. O'Connell 

10. Emanuel Celler 


Salem. 
The Dalles. 


11. Anning S. Prall.- 


nsylvania: 

James M. Hazlett 

George S. Graham 

Harry C. Ransley 

Benjamin M. Golder 

James J. Connolly 

George A. Welsh 

George P. Darrow 

Thomas S. Butler 

Henry W. Watson. 

William W. Griest 

Laurence H. Watres 




12. Samuel Dickstein-- 

13. Christopher D.Sullivan. 

14. William I. Sirovich 

15. John J. Boylan 


Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

West Chester. 

Langhorne. 

Lancaster. 

Scran ton. 


16. John J. O'Connor 

17. William W. Cohen 

IS, Jnhn F, Carew 


19. Sol Bloom 


20. Fiorello H. LaGuardia.. 

21. Royal H. Weller 


22. Anthony J. Griffin 

23. Frank Ohve' 


24. James M. Fitzpatrick... 

25. J. Mayhew Wainwright. 

26. Hamilton Fish, jr 

27. Harcourt J. Pratt 


Cyrus M. Palmer 

Robert G. Bushong 

Louis T. McFadden 

Edgar R. Keiss 


Pottsville. 
Sinking Spring. 
Canton. 
Williamsport. 
Mount Carmel.* 
Mount Union. 
Harrisburg. 
Ebensburg. 


28. Parker Corning . . . . 


Frederick W. Magrady.. 

Edward M. Beers 

I. H. Doutrich 




30. Frank Crowther 


31. Bertrand H. Snell 


J. Russell Leech 


32. Thaddeus C. Sweet 


J. Banks Kurtz 


33. Frederick M. Davenport 

34. John D. Clarke . . 


Franklin Menges 

J. Mitchell Chase 

Samuel A. Kendall 

Henry W. Temple 

J. Howard Svvick 

Nathan L. Strong 

Thomas C. Cochran 

Milton W. Shreve 

Everett Kent 


York. 

Clearfield. 

Meyersdale. 

Washington. 

Beaver Falls. 

Brookville. 

Mercer. 

Erie. 

Bangor. 

Greensburg. 

Pittsburgh. 

Edgewood. 

Pittsburgh. 


35. (Vacancy). .. 


36. John Taber 


37. Gale H. Stalker. 


38. Meyer Jacobstein 

39. Archie D. Sanders 

40. S. Wallace Dempsey 

41. Clarence MacGregor.. . 


42. James M. Mead . 


Adam M. Wyant... 

Stephen G. Porter 

M. Clyde Kelly.. 


43. Daniel A. Reed 


North Carolina: 


1. Lindsay Warren 


John M. Morin. 


2. John H. Kerr 


Harry A. Estep 


Pittsburgh. 
Crafton. 


3. Charles L. Abernethy... 

4. Edward W. Pou 


Guy E. Campbell 

de Island: 
Clark Burdick 


5. Charles M. Stedman 


Newport. 
Warwick. 


6. Homer L. Lyon. 

7. William C. Hammer 


Richard S. Aldrich 

Louis Monast 


8. Robert L. Doughton 

9. Alfred L. Bulwinkle 

10. Zebulon Weaver 


h Carolina: 

Thomas S. McMillan... 

Butler B. Hare 


Charleston. 


North Dakota: 

1. Olger B. Burtness 

2. Thomas Hall 

3. James H. Sinclair. 

Ohio: 

1. Nicholas Longworth 

2. (Vacancy) 


Fred H. Dominick 

John J. McSwain 

William F. Stevenson... 

Allard H. Gasque 

Hampton P. Fulmer 

H Dakota: 

Charles A. Christopher- 
son. 

Royal C. Johnson 

William W^illiamson 

nessee: 
B. Carroll Reece 


Newberry. 

Greenville. 

Cheraw. 

Florence. 

Orangeburg. 


3. Roy G. Fitzgerald 

4. W. T. Fitzgerald 

5. Charles J. Thompson 

6. Charles C. Kearns 

7. Charles Brand 


Aberdeen. 
Custer. 

Butler. 


8. Brooks Fletcher 


J. Will Taylor 


La Follette. 


9. W. W. Chalmers 

10. Thomas A. Jenkins 


S. D. McReynolds. 

Cordell Hull.... 


Chattanooga, 


11. Mell G. Underwood 


Ewin L. Davis 




12. John C. Speaks 

13. James T. Bcgg 

14. Martin L. Davey 

15. C. Elhs Moore. 


Joseph W. Byrns.. 

Edward E. Eslick 

Gordon Browning 

Finis J. Garrett 


Nashville. 
Pulaski. 
Huntingdon. 
Dresden. 


16. John McSweeney 

i7. William M. Morgan 

18. Frank Murphv 


Hubert F. Fisher 

\s: 
Eugene Black 


Memphis. 


19. John O. Cooper 


John C. Box 


Jakcsonville. 


20. Charles A. Mooney 

2'. Robert Grosser 

22. Theodore E. Burton 


Morgan G. Sanders 

Sam Rayburn 

Hatton W. Sumners 


Canton. 

Bonham. 

Dallas. 



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West Virginia: 




6. Luther A. Johnson 


Corsicana. 


1 1. Carl G. Bachmann 


Wheeling. 


7. Clay Stone Briggs 


Galveston. 


2. Frank I- Bowman 


Morgantown. 


8. Daniel E. Garrett 


Houston. 


3. Wilham S. O'Brien 


Buckhannon. 


9. Joseph J. Mansfield 


Cohirnbus. 


4. James A. Hughes 


Huntington. 


10. James P. Buchanan 


Brenham. 


5. James French Strother.. 


Welch. 


11. TomConnally 


Marlin. 


6. E. T. England... 


Charleston. 


12. Fritz G. Lanhara 


Fort Worth. 


Wisconsin: 




13. Ouinn Williams 


Decatur. 


1. Henry Allen Cooper 


Racine. 


14. Harrv M. Wurzbach 


Seguin. 


2. Charles A. Kading 


Watertown. 


15. John N. Garner 


Uvalde. 
El Paso. 
Abilene. 
Amarillo. 


3. John M. Nelson 


Madison. 


IG. C. B. Hudspeth 


4. John C. Schafer 


Milwaukee. 


17. Thomas L. Blanton 


5. Victor L. Berger 


Milwaukee. 


18. Marvin Jones 


6. Florain Lampert 


Oshkosh. 


Utah: 




7. Joseph D. Beck 




1. Don B. Colton 


Vernal. 


8. Edward E. Browne 


Waupaca. 


2. Elmer O. Leatherwood__ 


Salt Lake City. 


9. George J. Schneider 


Appleton. 


Vermont: 




10. James A. Frear.. 


Hudson. 


1. Elbert S. Brieham 


St. Albans. 


11. Hubert H. Peavey 


Washburn. 


2. Ernest W. Gib.son 


Brattleboro. 


Wyoming: 




Virginia: 




At L. Charles E. Winter.. __ 


Casper. 


1. Schuvler Otis Bland 


Newport News. 






2. Joseph T. Deal.... 


Norfolk. 


Te'rilorial Delegates 




3. Andrew J. Montague 


Richmond. 






4. Patrick Henry Drewry.. 


Petersburg. 


Alaska: 




5. Joseph Whitehead 


Chatham. 


Dan A Sutherland 


Juneau. 


6 Clifton A. Woodrum 


Roanoke. 


Hawah: 




7. Thomas H. Harrison 


Winchester. 


Victor S K. Houston 


Honolulu. 


S. R. Walton Moore 


Fairfax. 






9. George C. Peery 


Tazewell. 


Resident Commissioners 




it). Henry St. George Tucker 


Lexington. 






Washington: 




Phiuppine Islands: 




1. John F. Miller 


Seattle. 


Isauro Gabaldon 


Nueva Ecija. 


2. Lindley H. Hadley 


Bellingham. 


Pedro Guevara 


Santa Cruz. 


3. Albert Johnson 


Hoquiam. 


Poeto Rico: 




4. John W. Summers 


Walla Walla. 


Felix Cordova Davila 


Manati. 


5. Samuel B.Hill 


Waterville. 











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3,100 

3,100 

2,600 
4,200 
2,000 
4,600 
6,400 
4,000 
4,000 
5,400 
2,400 
4,000 
4,600 
4,000 
3,100 
3,100 
3,000 
3,100 
2,600 
5,400 
3,800 
5,400 
3,600 
3,700 

3,200 



UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN 



George W. Hess 

WOmer J. Paget... 
Eunice L. Hoffman 



Director. 

Assistant director 
Chief clerk 



D.G. 
D. C. 
D.C. 



$4,600 
2,700 
2,200 



EXECUTIVE 



54075—27 2 



EXECUTIVE 



THE PRESIDENT 

CALVIN COOLIDGE, OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Compensation, $75,000 per annum 



THE WHITE HOUSE 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



q.^ Cong- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the President 

Everett Sanders 

Rudolph Forster 

Edward T. Clark 

M. C. Latta.. 

N. P. Webster 

C. C. Wagner 

E. W. Smithers... 

I. H. Hoover 

Mary Randolph 

F. Stuart Crawford 



Secretary to the President 

Executive clerk 

Executive clerk 

Executive clerk 

Executive and disbursing clerk. 

Chief correspondent 

Head telephone and telegraph operator 

Head usher 

So.cial secretary 

Special employee 



Ind.... 
D. C.__ 
Mass... 
Okla... 
N. Y... 

Pa 

D. C... 
D. C.._ 
R. I.... 

N. Y... 



5th.... 



2d... 
8th.. 
6th.. 
14th. 



1st.. 
7th. _ 



$10, 000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,200 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

7,500 



11 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE * 



SECRETARY 

FRANK B. KELLOGG, OF MINNESOTA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°^^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



Robert E. Olds 

Wilbur J. Carr -. 

William R. Castle, jr. 

Francis White 

E. J. Ayers 

Edward J. Norton L. 



William Dawson '. 



G. Howland Shaw i. 



Nelson T. Johnson L. 
Stokeley W. Morgan ' 



J. Theodore Marriner '. 



G. Howland Shaw ' 

Franklin Mott Ounther • . 
Robert F. Kelley ' 



Arthur N. Young 

Parker W. Buhrman i. 
Tyler Dennett , 



Michael J. McDermott- 
Herbert C. Hengstler... 



David A. Salmon - 
William McNeir.. 



Alexander C. Kirk i 

George L. Brandt ' 

Worthington E. Stewart. 

Margaret M. Hanna 



IraF. Hoyt 

Robert A. Proctor 

William A. Newcome. 

Somerset A. Owen 

Eugene C. Rowley, sr. 

Harry H. Bolds 

I. P. Roosa -. 

C. J. Petherick 



Undersecretary 

Assistant Secretary ..- 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Chief clerk 

Chairman of the executive committee of the 
Foreign Service Personnel Board. 

Member of the executive committee of the 
Foreign Service Personnel Board. 

Member of the executive committee of the 
Foreign Service Personnel Board. 

Chief of the Division of Far Eastern Aflairs.. 

Chief of the Division of Latin American 
Affairs. 

Chief of the Division of Western European 
Aflairs. 

Chief of the Division of Near Eastern Aflairs. 

Chief of the Division of Mexican Affairs 

Chief of the Division of Eastern European 
Affairs. 

Economic adviser 

Chief of the Division of Passport Control 

Chief of the Division of Publications and 
editor of the Department of State. 

Chief of the Division of Current Information. 

Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Ad- 
ministration. 

Chief of the Bureau of Indexes and Archives.. 

Chief of the Bureau of Accounts and Disburs- 
ing OfiBcer. 

Assistant to the Undersecretary of State...... 

Chief of the Visa Office 

Chief of the office of the executive committee 
of the Foreign Service Personnel Board. 

Chief of the Office of Coordination and Re- 
view. 

Passport agent, New York City 

Passport agent, Chicago. 

Passport agent, San Francisco 

Passport agent, New Orleans . 

Passport agent, Seattle 

Passport agent, Boston 

Despatch agent, New York City 

Deputy despatch agent, London, England... 



Minn. 
N. Y.. 
D. C. 
Md... 
N. J... 
Tenn.. 

Minn. 

Mass.. 

Okla.. 
Ark... 

Me.... 



Mass. 
Va.-.. 
Mass. 



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



Mass. 
Ohio. 



Conn. 
D.C.. 



Ill 

D. C 

Ohio.. 

Kans.. 

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



8th.. 
25th. 



3d... 
2d... 
10th. 

4th.. 

nth. 

8th.. 
7th.. 



nth. 
10th. 

nth. 

4th.. 
10th. 
29th. 

7th.. 
3d... 



4th. 



19th. 
'i4th'. 
5th.. 
5th.. 



4th.. 
5th.. 



14th. 



$7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
4,200 
9,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 
7,000 

7,000 

8,000 
9,000 
4,000 

6,000 
4,500 
4,200 

3,800 
5,600 

4,200 
3,700 

7,000 
4,000 
4,000 

3,600 

3,800 
3,300 
3,000 
2,900 
3,000 
3,100 
4,000 
3,100 



* 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 Service; 
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 persons. Copies of this 
Register can be obtained by purchase from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, at 
75 cents 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 procured 
from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C., at 20 cents a copy. 

1 Foreign Service officer. 

12 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



SECRETARY 

ANDREW W. MELLON, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Office of the Secretary 

Ogden L. Mills 

Charles S. Dewey 

Carl T. Schuneman 

Seymour Lowman 

Joseph S. McCoy 

John Kieley 

Charles R. Schoeneman 

W. Norman Thompson 

H. R. Sheppard 

Francis C. Rose 

Leo C. Martin 

Frank A. Birgfeld 

James E. Harper 

W. n, Moran 

Dan C. Vaughan 

John L. Summers 

Comptroller of the Currency 

Joseph W. Mcintosh 

John G. Herndon 

E. F. Quinn 

L. G. Copeland 

Adelia M. Stewart 

William A. Kane 

C. E. Gross 

R. O. Burton 

E. E. Schreiner 

Treasurer of the United States 

Frank White... _ 

Frank J. F. Thiel 

H. T. Tate 

Willard F. Warner 

Charles J. Gates. 

Clarence E. Hearst 

Andrew AV. Starratt 

William J. Weber 

Frank E. Reppert 

George O. Barnes 

Public Debt Service 

William S. Broughton 

Svdnev R. Jacobs 

Walter O. Woods. 

Frank A. DeGroot 

Charles N. McGroarty 

Melvin R. Loafman 

Frank G. Colhns 

Commissioner of Accounts 
and Deposits 



Robert O. Hand__ 

Daniel W. Bell 

Edward F. Bartelt 

Edward D. Batchelder. 



Undersecretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Government actuary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

.\ssistant to the Undersecretary 

Assistant to the Undersecretary 

Assistant to Assistant Secretary 

Assistant to Assistant Secretary 

Special assistant to Assistant Secretary 

Chief clerk 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, secret service division 

Chief, division of supply 

Disbursing clerk 

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 

Assistant treasurer • 

Chief clerk 

Cashier 

Chief, securities division 

Chief, accounting division 

Chief, general accounts... -. 

Chief, redemption division 

Superintendent, national bank redemption 
agency. 



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 



17th. 
9th.. 
4th.. 
37th. 
7th.. 
21st- 
2d... 




Miss. 
111.... 
111.-.. 

N. H. 

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



Commissioner 

Deputy commissioner 

Chief, division of bookkeeping and warrants.. 
Chief, division of deposits 



Wis 10th. 

N.J—. 4th.. 

29th. 

8th-. 

20th. 



12th-- 

1st 

5th- — 
4th-.- 
6th-.-- 
5th--. 
5th.--. 



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



8,000 
5,600 
5,600 
3,600 
4,200 
4,000 
4.200 
4,200 
3,300 
5,000 



13 



14 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is WashinRton, D. (\, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Internal Revenue 

Commissioner's Office 

D.H. Blair 

C. R. Nash 

P. R. Baldridge 

G. S. PaulL... -. 

F. I. Evans 

Graham B. Nichol 

Elmer L. Irey 

Office of General Counsel 

A. W. Gregg.- 

C. M. Charest 

P. C. Alexander 

F. F. Toomey-- 

Arthur H. Deibert 

Luther S. Cannon 

J. B. McLaughlin, jr 

Accounts and Collections 
Unit 

H. F. Mires 

George J. Schoeneman 

H. F. Dolan 

G. G. Davis 

V. H. Self- 

Income Tax Unit 

(Vacancy) 

C. B. Allen-. 

Porter Linder 

W. T. Sherwood 

E. H. Campbell 

H. B. Robinson 

Miscellaneous Tax Unit 

R. M. Estes -. 

Eugene McQovern -.- 

A. Christy 

H. K. Melcher... - -.-. 

C.C.Gray --- 

D.S. Bliss 

M. F. Snider 

Collectors of Internal Revenue 

William E. Snead 

John R. Towles 

Harmon L. Remmel 

John P. McLaughlin 

Galen H. Welch.... 

Frank W., Howbert 

Robert O.' Eaton.. 

Wallace S. Handy 

Peter H. Miller 

Josiah T. Rose..- -.- 

J. Walter Jones 

Evan Evans 

Mrs. Mabel Q. Reinecke 

Oliver G. Addleman 

M. Bert Thurman 

Lars E. Bladine 

Harvey H. Motter 

Robert H. Lucas -.. 

Jacob O. Bender 

Frank J. Ham 

Galen L. Tait 

Thomas W. White 

Fred L. Woodworth 

Levi M. Willcuts 

George L. Donald 

Louis J. Becker 

Noah CrookS-- 

Charles A. Rasmussen , 

Arthur B. Allen 



Commissioner of Internal Revenue. 

Assistant to the commissioner 

Special deputy commissioner 

Head, appointment division 

Head, administrative division - 

Head, information division 

Chief, intelligence unit 



N. C-. 
Minn. 
Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 



General counsel 

General assistant. 

Head, appeal division.. 

Head, civil division 

Head, penal division 

Head, interpretative division I.. 
Head, interpretative division II. 



D. C. 

Mo-- 



Tex-.. 

Md-- 
Wis--- 
Wash. 
Pa-._. 
N. C-- 
N. Y.. 



5th-. 
4th.. 
3d_.. 
15th- 
17th- 



5th. 



7th_ 



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



Deputy commissioner 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, disbursement division 

Head, field allowance division 

Head, procedure and accounts division. 



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



3d.. 

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



Deputy commissioner 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, field audit review division 

Head, clearing division 

Head, records division. 

Head, consolidated returns audit division. 



Deputy commissioner 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, appeals and review section . 

Head, estate ta.x division 

Head, capital stock tax division... 

Head, miscellaneous division 

Head, tobacco division.. 

District and headquarters 

Alabama, Birmingham 

Arizona, Phoeni.\ 

Arkansas, Little Rock 

First California, San Francisco 

Sixth California, Los Angeles 

Colorado, Denver 

Connecticut, Hartford 

Delaware, Wilmington 

Florida, Jacksonville 

Georgia, Atlanta - - 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

Idaho, Boise 

First Illinois, Chicago 

Eighth Illinois, Springfield 

Indiana, Indianapolis . . - 

Iowa, Dubuque 

Kansas, Wichita 

Kentucky, Louisville 

Louisiana, New Orleans 

Maine, Augusta 

Maryland, Baltimore 

Massachusetts, Boston 

Michigan, Detroit 

Minnesota, St. Paul 

Mississippi, Jackson. 

First Missouri, St. Louis.- 

Sixth Missouri, Kansas City 

Montana, Helena - 

Nebraska, Omaha 



Me 

Calif... 
D. C... 
N.Dak. 
N. Y... 



Ky..... 

N. Y... 
Iowa... 
Me..... 
Iowa... 
Conn. - 
Ohio... 



3d... 

11th- 



3d... 
38th. 



11th... 



6th. 
3d.. 
7th. 
4th. 
3d.. 



Ala.... 
Ariz... 
Ark... 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Colo.. 
Conn.. 
Del-.- 
Fla— - 
Ga._-. 
T. H- 
Idaho- 

111 

111 

Ind--- 
lowa.. 
Kans.. 
Ky..-. 
La..- 
Me.-.. 
Md... 
Mass.. 
Mich.. 
Minn. 
Miss.. 
Mo... 
Mo... 
Mont - 
Nebr.. 



Official Register of the United States, 1 927 



15 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Collectors of Internal Revenue — 
Continued 

Louis A. Spellier - 

John n. Field.... 

Edward L. Sturgess 

Edward E. Qnichtel 

Benigno O. Hernandez 

Warren G. Price.. 

Frank K. Bowers 

Charles W. Anderson 

Cyrus Durey 

Jesse W. Clarke --. 

Bert P. Gage.. 

Gilliam Grissom 

Gunder Olson 

Charles M. Dean.. 

Charles H. Nauts.. 

Newton M. Miller 

Carl F. Routzahn... 

Acel C. Alexander 

Clyde G. Huntley 

Blakely D. McCaughn 

David W. Phillips 

Daniel B. Heiner 

Frank A. Page. 

John F. Jones 

Leslie Jensen 

Lee Brock 

James W. Bass... 

George C. Hopkins.. ^ 

James H. Anderson 

Robert W. McCuen.. 

John C. Noel.. 

Burns Poe 

Edwin A. Brast 

Alonzo H. Wilkinson 

Marshall S. Reynolds 

Chief Deputy Collectors 

James .\rthur Downer* 

James A. Stephens. 

Andrew Baumert, jr.* 

Olaf A. Wadin 

Ralph F. Overholtzer* 

."Vrthur E. Smith 

James E. Dillon 

Patrick S. Higgins 

Edgar M. Cohee 

James G. Lytle_. 

Geprge T. Evans* 

Robert L. Meyers 

Frederic L. Appleton*.- 

William E. Allyn 

Smiley King* 

Guy S. Pease* 

William A. Boss 

George C. Ogletree* 

Paul Cobb 

William G. Ashley, jr.*. 

George W. Macy 

Ernest P. Armstrong* 

Jay M. Parrish 

Robert E. Neely 

(Vacancy) 

Samuel J. Tompkins* 

Forest G. Allsup 

George L. Foote* 

Nelson M. King 

Harry A. Mcintosh* 

Claude E. Doak 

Charles H. Douglass* 

Arch G. Moll 

* Assistant to collector. 



District and headquarters — Continued 



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, .\lbany 

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 

Oregon, Portland 

First Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Twelfth Pennsylvania, Scranton 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh. 

Rhode Island, Providence 

South Carolina, Columbia 

South Dakota, Aberdeen 

Tennessee, Nashville 

First Texas, Austin 

Second Texas, Dallas 

Utah, Salt Lake City 

Vermont, Burlington 

Virginia, Richmond 

Washington, Tacoma 

West Virginia, Parkersburg 

Wisconsin, Milwaukee. 

Wyoming, Cheyenne 



OflSce deputy, Birmingham 

Field deputy, Birmingham 

Office deputy, Phoenix 

Field deputy, Phoenix 

Office deputy, Little Rock 

Field deputy, Little Rock 

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

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

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

Clerk, dist. Colo., Denver 

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 

Clerk, dist. Ga., Atlanta. 

Field deputy, dist. Ga., Atlanta — 

Office deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu 

Field deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu.. 

Office deputy, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Field deputy, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Office deputy, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Field deputy, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Office deputy, 8th dist. HI., Springfield 

Field deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Office deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Field deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Office deputy, dist. Iowa, Dubuque 

Field deputy, dist. Iowa, Dubuque. — 

Office deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita.. 

Field deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita 



Nev 

N. H... 
N. J.... 
N. J.... 
N.Mex. 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
N. C... 
N. Dak 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Okla... 
Oreg... 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R. I..- 
S. C... 
S. Dak. 
Tenn... 

Tex 

Tex 

Utah... 

Vt 

Va 

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



Ala 

Ala 

Ariz 

Ariz 

.\rk.... 
Ark-... 
Calif... 
Calif... 

CaUf... 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Conn_- 
Conn_. 

Del 

Fla 

Fla 

Ga 

Ga 

Hawaii 
Hawaii 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
111. 



7th.. 



At L. 
At L. 
5th... 
7th... 
5th... 
5th... 

10th.. 
10th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
Ist... 
2d.... 
At L. 
4th... 
4th.-. 
7th..- 
4th... 



2d... 
1st.. 

nth. 



Ill 

Ill 

Ind 

Ind 

lowa... 
lowa... 
Kans... 
Kans... 



leth. 
19th_ 
3d... 
4th.. 
3d... 
3d... 
4th.. 
2d... 



$4,600 
5,200 
5,800 
6.000 
4,600 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,000 
6,000 
5,800 
5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,800 
6,400 
5,400 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,400 
5,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,000 



3,500 
3,400 
3,600 
3,300 
3,600 
3,500 
3,900 
3,400 

3,900 
3,900 
3,600 
3,600 
3,800 
3,600 
3,500 
3,800 
3,600 
3,600 
3,400 
3,600 
3,300 
3,100 
3,100 
3,800 



3,800 
3,300 
4,000 
3,500 
3,800 
3,500 
3,800 
3,800 



16 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Internal Reyenue — 

Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 

Claude T. Meredith* 

Marshall C. Bane._ 

William J. Gallagher* 

Isham D. Nettles 

Melvin H. Simmons* 

Michael B. Griffin -.- 

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 

George P. Hewes*... 

Ralph A. Wilson 

Prank M. Kleiber*... 

Walter F. Freimuth 

Emanuel V. Davis* 

EoUie Timmons 

Lowell C. Burns* 

Alfred P. Engebretson 

Kit J. Carson* 

John P. Foley 

Frederick Lippman* 

John T. Walters 

John J. Scammon* 

Charles S. Long 

William Herman Morris*....... 

Andrew G. Stewart, jr 

DcWitt P. Bowman 

Thomas G. Smith... 

Lewis B. Thompson* 

John W. Hernandez 

Hugh O. Neary 

John E. Brady 

William Duggan 

George C. Nordinger 

John S. Shea-... 

Charles B. Largy 

John B. Sherman* 

Hans Dahl 

Claude Bonsted* 

Wilham F. Hart_ 

John A. Hamilton* 

Edward A. Purtill 

William T. Delamar* 

Balem C. Campbell 

Carl O. Jorgenson*.. 

William G. Ray 

Oeorge B. Gomersall. 

Albert Wuest 

Harry F. Meiling* 

George P. Metzger... 

Herman D. Weaver* 

Walter M. McKibben 

Ralph B. Ellars 

Charles V. Gilbert 

Preston G. Rawdon*. 

Harry A. Sproles 

Charles W. Olsen* 

Walters. Shanks _. 

William E. Brown* 

Alexander L. Gillars.. 

Harry Houck* 

Willard F. Jones 

Henry D. Bell 

William R. Stevenson 

Henry J. Spooner, 3d* 

Prank H. Murphy 

William F. Roper* 

Edward D. Buckley 

•Assistant to collector. 



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 deputy, 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, dist. Nev., Reno 

Field deputy, dist. Nev., Reno... 

Office deputy, dist. N. H., 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 depiity, 3d dist. N. Y., New York... 
Field deputv, 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 deputv, 21st dist. N. Y., Syracuse 

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

Field deputv, 2Sth 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 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati... 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati 

Ofljce deputv, 10th dist. Ohio, Toledo 

Field deputy, 10th dist. Ohio, Toledo 

Clerk, 11th dist. Ohio, Columbus 

Field deputy 11th dist. Ohio, Columbus... 
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 deputv, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton 

Chief clerk, 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 



Ky..... 
Ky..... 

La 

La 

Me 

N. H... 

Md 

Md 

Mass... 
Mass... 
Mich.. 
Mich-- 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Miss... 
Miss... 

Mo 

Mo 

Mo 

Mo 

Mont . . 
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... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 
Okla... 
Okla... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R. L... 
R. L... 
S. C... 
S. C... 



5th... 
5th... 
2d.... 
4th... 
3d.... 
1st... 
3d.... 
1st-.. 
16th.. 
nth.. 
6th... 
5th... 



4th... 
6th... 
4th... 
12th.. 



4th... 
8th... 
2d.... 
2d-.. 
2d.... 
2d.... 
At L. 
At L. 
1st... 
1st... 
1st... 
1st... 
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4th.. 
4th.. 



30th. 
29th. 
.25th. 
35th. 
40th. 



4th.. 
5th _. 
1st.. 
3d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
9th.. 
9th.. 



22d.. 
22d.. 
4th.. 
8th.. 
3d... 
3d... 



13th... 



11th... 



25th. 

1st.. 



7th. 

1st. 



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17 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 



Vincent R. Wadden, jr.*. 

Jacob L. Parrott 

Eugene S. Priest* 

William P. Hays 

Fred B. Parsons* -. 

William R. Fitzwilliam.. 

Thomas F. Johnson* 

Leo A. Gilbreth. 

David E. Evans* --. 

Thomas A. Callister 

Henry H. Riordan* 

John W. Gavnor 

Alfred H. Page* 

John T. Barns 

Anthony J. Swindle* 

Joseph M. Moore 

William E. Kemery* 

Victor H. Mealy 

George Reisimer 

Everett H. Burlingame.. 

Howard Chambers* 

William L. Paulsen 



Agents in Charge 



Chauneey W. Herrick.. 

Ernest C. Wright.. 

Walter P. Mays 

Raymond T. Miles 

Charles G. Rogers 

Ernest A. Sudbrink 

Joseph Carlisle Wilmer. 

John H. McMurtry 

John M. Roberts 

Harry V. Bitting 

G. Elmer Brown 

David Burnet 

James J. Drakeford 

Frank R. Clute .--. 

Grover C. Holt.. 

WilMam A.Holt 

Ernest P. Hutchinson... 

Albert Lewis 

Harley Howard... 

Clarence M. Justice 

Thomas M. Kenefick... 

John R. Kirk 

George W. Kurtz 

Harry T. McCauley.... 

Collin J. McLeod 

John P. Marstella 

George E. Neal 

Ernest G. Rarev 

Marshall T. Polk 

George F. Ruede 

Walter L. Shuck 

Troy G. Thurston 

Walter L. McBride 

Leonard B. Wilhts 

James A. Baugh 

Alberto. Miller 

Charles G. Rogers 



Special Agents in Charge 



Frank Frayser 

Hugh McQuillan... 
Arthur P. Madden. 
Arthur A. Nichols.. 

David Nolan 

Arthur Smith 



Office deputy, dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen 

Field deputy, dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen 

Clerk, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Field deputy, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Oflice deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

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

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

Ofhco 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 

Chief clerk, dist. Wis., Milwaukee 

Field deputy, dist. Wis., Milwaukee.. 

Office deputy, dist., Wyo., Cheyenne 

Field deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 



Chicago, 111 

San Francisco, Calif... 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

New York, N. Y 

Milwaukee, Wis 

St. Louis, Mo 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Louisville, Ky 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Huntington, W. Va... 

Baltimore, Md 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Omaha, Nebr... 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Seattle, Wash 

Columbia, S. C 

Richmond, Va 

Buffalo, N. Y.._ 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

New Haven, Conn 

Springfield, Bl 

St. Paul, Minn 

Denver, Colo 

Boston, Mass 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Detroit, Mich 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Nashville, Tenn 

Wichita, Kans 

Greensboro, N. 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... 



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



4th.. 
4th.. 



N. Y.. 
N. Dak. 
Pa.... 
Md... 

Ill 

Ind... 
Md... 
Ky.... 
Md... 

Ill 

Md... 

Ohio... 

Ala--. 

Fla.... 

Okla.. 

Wash. 

D. C 

Calif.. 

Mo... 

N. Y.. 

Mass.. 

Tenn- 

Minn. 

Colo.. 

Mass... 

111.... 

Ind.. 

Ohio. 

Tenn.. 

Kans... 

Md.. 



34th. 
2d... 
30th. 
4th.. 
23d.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
6th.. 



2d... 
1st.. 
6th.. 

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



3d... 

16th, 



8th.. 
7th.. 
4th.. 



Indianapolis, Ind Mich- 



Dallas, Tex. 

Newark, N. J 

.\tlanta, Ga 

New Orleans, La. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 



Richmond, Va 

New York, N. Y.. 

Chicago, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa.. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Memphis, Tenn.. 



Tex 

N. J-- 
Qa.... 

La 

El 



Va.... 
N. J.. 

Mich. 
Pa.... 
Mo... 
Miss.. 



9th.. 
19th. 
11th. 
12th. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
4th.. 
11th. 
2d... 
5th.. 
2d... 
23d.. 



3d... 
10th. 

nth. 

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



.$3, 500 
3,100 
3,90a 
3,300 
3,800- 
3, 30O 
3,800 
3, 800 
3,400 
3,400 
3,000 
3,000 
3,900 
3,40& 
3,800 
3,80a 
3,600 
3,600 
3,800 
3,60» 
3,100 
3,100 



5, 200 
5,400 
5,800 
6,000 
5,800 
5,800 
6,000' 
5.400 
5,000 
4,400 
5,400 
4,800 
4,800 
5,400 
5, 000 
4,600 
4,600 
5,200 
4,600 
6,000 
5,000 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
5, 400 
4,800 
5,000 
4,800 
4,400 
4,600 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,400 
4,600 
5,800 



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



Assistant to collector. 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Supervisors of Accounts and 
Collections 

William M. Armstrong 

Elbridge B. Gerry 

Louis J. Campbell 

Horace H. Stikeleather -. 

Anton H. Qullickson 

Everett L. Swift.. 

James C. Mitchell 

Frank B. Parsons 

James R. Peat 

Joseph F. Tlmilty 

James R. Van Voorhis 

Edward V. Wilson 

Bureau of Prohibition 

James M. Doran 

Alf Oftedal- 

James E. Jones 

Levi G. Nutt 

William S. Blanchard 

James J. Britt 

James T. Worthington 

William B. Robinson 

William V. Linder 

Alfred B. Haupt 

Prohibition Administrators 

George A. Parker 

Maurice Campbell 

Andrew McCampbell (acting) . 

Arthur J. Hanlon 

Samuel O. Wynne 

J. D. Pennington 

John F. J. Herbert 

Romaine Q. Merrick 

Robert E. Tuttle.- 

O. D. Jackson 

William O. Mays 

W. H. Walker 

E. C. Yellowley 

Sigurdt B. Qvale 

Glen A. Branson 

Sam S. Haley.. 

Charles A. Warnken (acting)... 

John F. Vivian 

Carl Jackson 

Roy C. Lyle-. 

Edward R. Bohner 

Frank R. McReynolds 

John E. Cooper 

Frank Buckley 

Narcotic Agents in Charge 

William D. Allen, jr 

Ralph n. Oyler 

Jesse B. Greeson 

Benjamin R. Rhees 

Thomas E. Middlebrooks 

George W. Cunningham 

Herman H. Wouters.. 

Joseph A. Manning 

Oscar A. H. de'la Gardie 

Herbert S. Forrer. 

Howard B. Weston, i 

William S. Wood.. 

Harry V. Williamson 

Charles D. Writesman (acting). 
Cecil R. Frazier 

Bureau of Customs 

Ernest W. Camp 

Frank Dow 

Joseph D. Nevius 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Denver, Colo 

Philadelphia, Pa 

New York, N. Y 

Raleigh, N. C 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Oklahoma, Okla 

Chicago, 111... 

Portland, Oreg - 

St. Paul, Minn 

Boston, Mass.. 

Detroit, Mich 

Louisville, Ky 

Commissioner of Prohibition 

Assistant Commissioner of Prohibition 

Deputy commissioner (prohibition).. 

Deputy commissioner (narcotics) 

Assistant deputy commissioner (narcotics)... 

Chief counsel 

Acting chief clerk and head, administrative 
division. 

Chief, special agents 

Head, technical division 

Head, division of foreign control 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Newark, N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Baltimore, Md 

Richmond, Va.. 

Savannah, Ga.-- 

New Orleans, La 

Louisville, Ky . 

Columbus, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

St. Paul, Minn .*... 

Sioux City, Iowa 

St. Louis, Mo 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Helena, Mont 

Seattle, Wash... 

San Francisco, Calif._ 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

San Juan, P. R 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Washington, D. C 

Atlanta, Oa 

Nashville, Tenn 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Kansas City, Mo_. 

San Antonio, Tex 

Denver, Cojo 

Seattle, Wash — 

San Francisco, Calif 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Commissioner 

Assistant commissioner 

Deputy commissioner. 



Legal residence 



^. ^ Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



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



Minn. 
Calif.. 
Ohio.. 

Ill 

Va.... 
N. C. 
D. C 



Ohio.. 
Ind... 
Md... 



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

Jll 

Pa.... 
N. Y_. 
Mass.. 
S. G... 
N. C. 
La.... 
Ky.... 
Ohio.. 
Miss.. 
Minn. 
Iowa.. 
Mo._-. 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Wyo.. 
Wash. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 



D. C. 
Ohio.. 
Ark... 
Md... 
Ala... 
Tenn. 
N.J.. 
Ind... 

Ill 

111 

Colo.. 
Tex... 
Wash. 
Calif.. 
Tenn. 



Mich 
D.C. 
Tex.. 



3d. 



7th.. 
8th.. 
4th.. 

nth. 

13th. 
2d... 
5th.. 

nth. 

4th.. 
8th.. 



5th.. 
4th__ 
19th. 
18th. 
8th- 
10th. 



12th. 
9th.. 
2d... 



11th. 
24th. 
12th. 
9th__ 
6th.. 
7th.. 
4th.- 
3d... 
8th.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
6th.. 
8th.. 
7th.- 
10th. 
8th.. 
10th. 
2d..- 



1st-. 
4th-. 
9th_. 
1st.. 
2d... 



nth. 
5th- 
4th.. 
3d_.. 
6th.. 
8th.- 
7th.. 
18th. 
12th. 
1st.. 
14th. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
6th.. 



8th.. 
i2th". 



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19 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Customs — Contd. 



George W. Ashworth. 

Glenn H. Griffith 

Katharine R. Pike 

Frank J. Murphy 

Harvey A. Banner 

Arthur I. Clark 

Martha C. Griggs 



Chief, legal division No. 1 

Chief, legal division No. 2 

Chief, legal division No. 3... 

Chief, legal division No. 4 

Chief, division of accounts.. 

Chief, personnel division 

Chief, legal digest and records division. 



Md. 

Md.... 

N. Y. 

Mass 

Pa... 

Pa... 

Ga... 



5th. 
6th. 
7th. 
5th. 
4th. 
8th. 
3d.. 



Collectors of Customs 



Frank M. Hume District No. 1, 

Henry C. Whitehill District No. 2, 

Willfred W. Lufkin District No. 4, 

Emery J. San Souci District No. 5, 

Harvey P. Bissell District No. 6, 

John C. Tulloch District No. 7, 

Andrew Wiedenmann. District No. 8, 

Fred A. Bradley District No. 9, 

Philip Elting District No. 10 

A. Lincoln Acker District No. 11 

Samuel 11. Thompson District No. 12 

Charles H. Holtzman District No. 13 

Joseph L. Crupper.- District No. 14 

Alexander L. McCaskill District No. 15 

S. M. Parker District No. 16, 

Marion O. Dunning District No. 17 

Charles N. Hildreth, jr District No. 18 

Joseph C. Swann District No. 19 

Emile Kuntz District No. 20, 

Russell 11. Dunn District No. 21 

Robert W. Humphreys District No. 22, 

Roy Campbell I District No. 23, 

District No. 24, 
District No. 26, 
District No. 27, 
District No. 28, 
District No. 29, 
District No. 30, 
District No. 31, 
District No. 32, 
District No. 33, 
District No. 34, 
District No. 35, 
District No. 36, 
District No. 37, 
District No 38 
District No 39, 
District No 40, 
District No 41, 
District No 42, 
District No 43, 
District No. 44, 
District No. 45, 
District No. 46, 
District No. 47, 
District No. 48, 
District No. 49, 
District No. 51, 



Portland, Me Me... 

St. Albans, Vt Vt..., 

Boston, Mass Mass. 

Providence, R. I. ' R. I... 

Bridgeport, Conn ' Conn. 

Ogdensburg, N. Y i N. Y.. 

Rochester, N. Y I N. Y.. 

Buffalo, N. Y ! N. Y., 

, New York, N. Y t N. Y.. 

, Philadelphia, Pa. ...I Pa.... 

, Pittsburgh, Pa 

, Baltimore, Md 

, Norfolk, Va.. 

, Wilmington, N. C. 
, Charleston, S. C... 
Savannah, Ga. 



Pa... 

Md.. 
Va— 

N.C. 

s. c. 

Ga... 
Tampa, Fla I Fla... 



Thomas P. Gable. 

Fred E. Edwards 

Lewis H. Schwaebe 

William B. Hamilton... 

Edward M. Croisan 

Millard T. Hartson 

John C. McBride 

Jeannette A. Hyde 

Charles L. Sheridan 

Judson LaMoure, jr 

Irving A. Caswell 

Oscar E. Dahly 

Walter J. Wilde 

Carey D. Ferguson 

Anthony Czarnecki 

George M. Poland 

Arthur C. Fenton 

Thomas L. Walker 

Eddie McCall Priest 

Nellie Gregg Tomlinson. 

Louis M. Hall 

John W. Robbins 

Thomas T. Wilson 

Jennie Musser 

Hayden L. Moore 

Evan D. Boardman 



Appraisers of Merchandise 



William H. Cruden 

Genevieve Cline 

Martin L. Durgin 

Samuel W. George 

James L. Higgins 

W. 0. Jackson 

George M. Jameson 

John A . Janetzke, jr 

Bert Kahn 

Frederick J. H. Kracke. 

Sophie McCord 

George O'Brien 

Ivil O. Price 

Albert H. Reutter 

John Grimm, jr 



Mobile, Ala. 

New Orleans, La 

Port Arthur, Tex 

Galveston, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

El Paso, Tex 

Nogales, Ariz 

Los Angeles, Calif... 
San Francisco, Calif- 
Portland, Oreg -- 

Seattle, Wash 

Juneau, Alaska 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Great Falls, Mont... 

Pembina, N. Dak 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Ala 

La 

Tex... 
Tex... 
Tex... 
Tex... 
Ariz... 
Calif- 
Calif.. 
Oreg.. 
Wash. 
Alaska 
Hawaii. 
Mont 
N. Dak. 
Minn. 
Duluth, Minn i Minn. 



Milwaukee, Wis. 

, Detroit, Mich 

, Chicago, Fil 

, Indianapolis, Ind 

, Cleveland, Ohio — 

, Louisville, Ky 

, Memphis, Tenn 

, Dos Moines, Iowa 

, St. Louis, Mo 

, Omaha, Nebr 

, Denver, Colo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Juan, P. R 

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. 



Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Portland, Me 

Boston, Ma.ss 

New Orleans, La. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Wis- 

Mich. 

111..... 

Ind.. 

Ohio.. 

Ky.... 

Tenn. 

Iowa.. 

Mo... 

Nebr.. 

Colo.. 

Utah.. 

P.R.- 

V. L.. 



EL... 
Ohio.. 
Me... 
Mass. 
La.... 
Ohio.. 
Pa. 



Baltimore, Md I Md. 



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

St. Louis, Mo 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tampa, Fla 

Detroit, Mich 

Buffalo, N.Y 



Calif. 
N. Y.. 
Mo... 
Pa.... 
Fla... 
Mich. 
N.Y.. 



$5,200 
4,400 
4,600 
4,600 
4,000 
3,600 
2,700 



6,000 
5,500 
8,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,500 
5,000 
6,500 
12,000 
8,000 
5,000 
7,000 
5,600 
5,000 
3,500 
6,000 
6,000 
4,500 
7,000 
3,500 
5,500 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,500 
7,500 
5,000 
7,000 
5,000 
5,500 
5, too 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,500 
7,000 
4,000 
6,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,500 
6,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 
6,000 
4,000 



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



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Customs — Contd. 

Comptrollers of Customs 

Collins B. Allen 

Ralph Bradford 

Walter L. Cohen 

John J. Deane 

Arthur F. Foran 

DwightHalL.. 

Clinton O. Richardson 

Surveyors of Customs 

John H. Cunningham _. 

Henry Dedeiiux (acting) 

Herman Hormel 

Edward E. Philbrook _. 

James E. Rininger... 

John T. Stone (acting) 

Thomas W. Whittle. --.- 

Special Agency Service 

Nathaniel G. VanDoren 

Thomas B. McKaig 

Superrising Agents 

L. W. Bean 

J. F. McConnochie 

F. R. Proctor 

T. J. Gorman 

H. S. Creighton 

S. E. Armstrong 

E. W. Beaton.. 

W. H. Tidwell 

P. H. Watson 

E. J. Lewis 

Customs Attaches in Charge 

C. B. Wait 

James F. O'Neill 

F. X. A. Eble 

Francis B. Laughlin 

M. R. Nicholson 

Martin G. Scott 

Norman E. Kane 

United States Customs Court 

Israel F. Fischer, president 

William C . .\ damson 

George Stewart Brown 

Charles P. McClelland 

Jerry B. Sullivan 

Byron S. Waite _. 

George E. Weller 

George M . Young 

(Vacancy) -. 

Mint Bureau 

Robert J. Grant 

Mary M. O'Reilly - 

Mint and Assay Offices 

Michael J. Kelly. 

Frank E. Shcpard. 

Leonard Magruder 

Annie H. Martin 

Freas Styer 

Charles L. Longley _ 

William L. Hill 

Niles R. Becker 

John L. May.- 

Thomas G. Hatheway 



Philadelphia, Pa 

Chicago, 111 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif- 
New York, N. Y 

Boston, Mass 

Baltimore, Md 



Pa... 
lU.... 
La... 
Calif. 
NY. 
Mass. 
Md.. 



Baltimore, Md 

New Orleans, La 

Boston, Mass 

Portland, Me 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Francisco, Calif. 
New York, N. Y 



Md... 

La 

Mass. 
Me... 
Pa..- 
Calif. 
N. Y. 



Deputy Commissioner of Customs. 
Assistant deputy commissioner 



N. J.... 5th. 
Pa 23d. 



District No. 1, Boston, Mass 

District No. 2, New York, N. Y 

District No. 3, Baltimore, Md 

District No. 4, Tampa, Fla____ 

District No. 5, New Orleans, La 

District No. 6, San Francisco, Calif. 

District No. 7, St. Paul, Minn 

District No. 8, Chicago, 111. 

District No. 9, Seattle, Wash 

M ontreal , Canada 



London, England. 

Paris, France 

Berhn, Germany.. 

Florence, Italy 

Shanghai, China.. 

Kobe, Japan 

Vienna, Austria... 



New 
New 
New 
New 
New 
New 
New 
New 
New 



York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y- 
York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y. 
York, N. Y. 



Director 

Assistant director. 



Superintendent, San Francisco, Calif 

Superintendent, Denver, Colo 

Assayer in charge. New Orleans, La 

Assayer in charge, Carson, Nev 

Superintendent, Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Assayer in charge, Boise City, Idaho 

Assayer in charge, Helena, Mont 

Superintendent, New York, N. Y 

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



Colo... 
La 



Calif. - 
Colo... 

La 

Nev 

Pa 

Idaho.. 
Mont.. 
N. Y... 
Utah... 
Wash.- 



1st-. 
1st.. 



6th.. 

ISt-- 

2d... 

1st.. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
17th. 
2d... 
1st.. 



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21 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


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

Tex 

D.C... 


1 

25th... 

1st 

7th.... 
12th... 


D. C . 




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

Pa 

Pa 

Md.... 
Pa 

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


2d 

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

1st 

12th... 
18th... 
6th.... 
14 th... 
31st... 


Tenn... 
N.Y... 
N. Y... 

Va 

D. C... 


8th.... 
4th.... 
1st.... 
7th.... 


Ohio... 
D. C.-_ 


3d 


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Ark 

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28th... 
11th... 
8th.... 
6th.... 

37th... 


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Md.... 
Mo.... 


5th.... 
4th.... 
12th... 



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Federal Farm Loan Bureau* 

E ugcne Me ver 

John H. Ouill, jr 

Louis J. Pettijohn 

.-Vlbert C. Williams 

Qeorgo R, Cooksey 

Floyd R. Uarrison.,... 

Chester Morrill 

V. R. McHale 

George H. Thomas... 

A. F. Cardon 

Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing 

Alvin W. Hall 

Clark R. Long 

Jesse E. Swigart 

Adam P. Ruth 

Benjamin R. Sticknej' 

Edward E. Myers 

Elbridge H. Ashworth... 

Thomas F. Roche 

Charles A. Baker 

Mrs. Margaret K. Finnigan 

Robert B. O'Hara 

George M. Duncan. 

John M. Smith.. 

Ralph H. Chappell 

Norman Underwood 

Patrick J. Farrell 

Laura V. Eckels. ., 

Oscar P. Anderson , 

James E. Ilusted 

May Beckmyer 

Mary I. Meany 

Charles R. Klose 

James J. Knibbs. 

John W. Crowe.. 

William C. Fischer 

James E. Chamberlin 

Office of tiie Supervising 
Architect 

James A. Wetmore 

George O. Von Nerta 

Henry G. Sherwood 

Louis A. Simon 

John W. Ginder 



Farm Loan Commissioner 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Secretary and general counsel 

C hief examiner 

Assistant chief examiner 

Assistant chief examiner 



Director 

Assistant director 

Assistant director 

Chief accountant 

Mechanical expert and designer 

Superintendent of engraving division 

Superintendent of plate vaults - 

Superintendent of wetting division 

Superintendent of plate printing division 

Superintendent of numbering division 

Superintendent of examining division 

Superintendent of surface printing division... 

Superintendent of postage stamp division 

Superintendent of engineering and machine 
division. 

Superintendent of ink making division 

Supermtendent of buildings and grounds 

Superintendent of orders division 

Superintendent of press register division 

Disbursing agent. 

Superintendent of personnel division.. 

Superintendent of mails and files division 

Purchasing agent 

Custodian of Federal reserve vault 

Medical officer 

Captain of watch 

Superintendent of garage... 



Chief administrative olTicer 

Technical officer 

Executive officer 

Superintendent, architectural division 

Superintendent, architectural engineering 
division. 



$10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
8,400 
7,500 
7,500 
6,500 



7,500 
5,600 
5,600 
4,400 
5,600 
5,600 
3,000 
3,000 
4,000 
3,000 
3,600 
4,200 
3,300 
4,400 

5,200 
2,400 
3,300 
1,860 
3,100 
2.400 
2,100 
3,500 
2,400 
3,400 
1,800 
2,400 



6,500 
6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,400 



FEDERAL LAND AND INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK CITIES 



District No. 1. — Springfield, Mass. 
District No. S. — Baltimore, Md. 
District No. S.— Columbia, S. C. 
District No. 4.— Louisville, Ky. 



District No. 5. — New Orleans, La. 
District No. 6.— St. Louis, Mo. 
District No. 7.— St. Paul, Minn. 
District No. 8.— Omaha, Nebr. 



District No. 9.— Wichita, Kans. 
District No. /O.— Houston, Tex. 
District No. //.—Berkeley, Calif. 
District No. 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. :?.— 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, and Tennessee. 
District No. 5. — .Mabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. 
District No. 6. — Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. 
District No. 7. — Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. 
District No. S.— Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. 
District No. 9. — Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. 
District No. 10. — Texas. 

District No. //.—California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. 
District No. /5.— Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho. 

Note. — The salaries and expenses of the Federal Farm Loan Bureau are paid from a fund created by 
assessments upon Federal and joint-stock land banks. 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



g. t Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



OflSce of the Supervising 

Architect— Continued 

Theron C. Brooks 

Nelson S. Thompson , 

Clarence A. Miller 

Henry S. Roome -._ 

Howard S. Robinson 

John H. Schaefer 

Custodian service 

Albert B. McCulloch 

William A. Newman 

Edwin H. Pearson 

United States Coast Guard i 

Rear Admiral F. C. Billard.... 
Lieut. Commander S. S. 

Yeandle. 

Capt. B. H. Camden. _ 

Capt. Q. B. Newman. 

Lieut. Commander F. A. Hun- 

newell. 

Oliver M. Maxam 

Kendall J. Minot , 

Capt. G. C. Carmine 

Capt. A. J. Henderson 



Capt. F. S. Van Boskerck. 



Capt. H. H. Wolf 

Commander P. H. Scott. 



Capt. D. F. A. deOtte. 



Capt, I. G. Berry. 



Ccmmander H. D. Hinckley... 
Capt. H. O. Hamlet 



Capt. R. Ridgely, jr 

Lieut. Commander J. H. Cor- 
nell. 

Lieut. Commander C. C. Mc- 
Millan. 

S. R. Sands 

Howard Wilcox 

F. B. Lincoln... 

C. J. Sullivan 

M. W. Rasmussen.. 

E. T. Osborn 

J. A. Price 

J. F. Phillips 



R. T. Crowley... 

W. M. Wolff 

O. A. Littlefield.. 

John Kelly 

C. A. Lippincott. 



Superintendent, structural division.. 

Superintendent, mechanical engineering 
division. 

Superintendent, repairs division 

Chief, law and records division... 

Superintendent, accounts division 

Superintendent, maintenance division 



Supervising chief engineer. New York, N. Y. 

Construction engineer and superintendent of 
repairs, San Francisco, Calif. 

Supervising chief engineer and superintend- 
ent of repairs .Boston, Mass. 



Commandant 

Aid to commandant. 



Inspector in chief 

Engineer in chief 

Superintendent construction and repair. 



Chief, Division of Operations 

Chief, Division of Materiel. 

Commander, eastern division, Boston, Mass. 

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

Commander, Norfolk division, Norfolk, Va.; 
faptain of the port, Norfolk, Va. 

Commander, Gulf division, Mobile, Ala 

Commander, Lakes division, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich.; captain of the port, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich. 

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

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,' 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,' 
tain of the port, G 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,* 
District commander,' 



Portsmouth, N. H 

Provincetown, Mass... 

Wakefield, R. I.. 

Bay Shore, N. Y 

Asbury Park, N. J 

Lewes, Del 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Galveston, Tex.; cap- 
alveston, Tex. 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Grand Haven, Mich... 

Green Bay, Wis 

San Francisco, Calif... 
Portland, Oreg 



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' 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. 

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

' With rank of lieutenant commander. 

* With rank of lieutenant. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



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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 * 

Office of the Surgeon General 



Hugh S. Cumming. 

C. C. Pierce. - 

S. B. Grubbs 

J. W. Kerr 

A. M. Stimson 

F. C. Smith 

W. F. Draper 

Thomas Parran, jr.. 

D. S. Masterson 



Surgeon General.. 
Assistant Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeon 
Chief clerk 



General . 
General. 
General. 
General. 
General. 
General. 
General. 



Service at Large 



Rupert Blue 

J. H. White 

L. L. Williams 

H. W. Austin 

J. M. Oassaway 

G. W. Stoner 

Fairfax Irwin 

C. E. Banks 

D. A. Carmichael 

P. C. Kalloch 

William J. Pettus. — 

George M. Magruder 

J. O. Cobb 

G. M. Guiteras.. - 

J. C. Perry 

O. B. Young 

W. O. Stimpson 

B. W. Brown. — 

C. H. Gardner 

E. K. Sprague.. 

Taliaferro Clark 

C. II. Lavinder 

John McMuUen 

M. H. Foster 

P. M. Carrington 

James A. Nydegger 

J. H. Oakley 

L. E. Cofer 

L. L. Luirsden 

M.J. White 

L. D. Fricks 

W.C. Billings 

D. E. Robinson 

G. M. Corput.. 

W. W. King 

Carl Ramus 

Dunlop Moore 

Carroll Fo.x 

Joseph Goldberger 

William A. Korn 

C. W. Vogel 

M. K. Gwyn 

Joseph W. Schereschewsky. 

A.J. McLaughlin 

J. D. Long 

Bolivar J. Lloyd 

Edward Francis 

L. P. H. Bahrenburg 

George W. McCoy 

Benjamin S. Warren 



Assistant Surgeon General, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Assistant Surgeon General, waiting orders 

Assistant Surgeon General, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, wautiig orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Senior surgeon, Key West, Fla 

Senior surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, Philadelphia, Pa 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Senior surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Senior surgeon, Paris, France. 

Senior surgeon, New York, N. Y I 

Senior surgeon. New Orleans, La I 

Senior surgeon, Chicago, 111... 

Surgeon, waiting orders \ 

Surgeon, waiting orders j 

Surgeon, Charleston, S. C... 

Surgeon, waiting orders... 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y 

Surgeon, Seattle, Wash _. | 

Surgeon, Liverpool, England ; 

Surgeon, Naples, Italy 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Evansville, Ind 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Surgeon, Rosebank, N. Y 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C ..! 

Surgeon, Port Tovvnsend, Wash ' 

Surgeon, Stuttgart, Germany ' 

Surgeon, Astoria, Orec 

Surgeon, Boston, Alasj } 

Surgeon, St. Louis, Mo .; 

Surgeon, Balboa Heights, C3anal Zone 

Surgeon, Washington, D. ..! 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Cleveland, unio ...! 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C. 

Surgeon, Baltimore, Md ' 



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complete information is given as to the organization, personnel, activities, hospitals, stations, and vessels 
of the service, 

» The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service are the same as that of officers of the 
Army with whom they 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 
by the President August 29, 1920, 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 Army; assistant surgeon general with colonel; senior surgeon with 
lieutenant colonel; surgeon with major; passed assistant surgeon with captain; and assistant surgeon with 
first lieutenant." 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Of tp Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Public Health Service — Con. 

Service at ior^f— Continued 



J. S. Boggess 

R. L. Wilson 

John T. Burkhalter 

William C. Rucker 

R. H. Creel 

R. E; Ebersole 

J. W. Trask... 

A. D. Foster 

H. McG. Robertson 

Norman Roberts 

G. L. Collins.-.. 

H. G. Ebert 

H. M. Manning 

F. H. McKeon.... 

E. A. Sweet... 

W. H. Frost 

E. H. Mullan 

Hugh de Valin 

M. C. Guthrie 

Friench Simpson 

J. R. Hurley 

William M. Bryan 

E. R. Marshall 

E. Krulish — 

H.J. Warner 

Robert Olesen 

Paul Preble 

R. M. Grimm 

Joseph R. Ridlon. 

Charles M. Fauntleroy. 

H. E. Hasseltine 

J. P. Leake 

Lawrence Kolb 

D. C. Turnipseed 

Carlisle P. Knight 

L. R. Thompson 

George Parcher 

Louis Schwartz 

R. H. Heterick 

C. L. WilUams 

G. A. Kempf 

Mather H. Neill 

H. F. White 

F. A. Carmelia 

L. E. Hooper 

Joseph Bolten 

T.J. Liddell 

W. L. Treadway 

H. F. Smith. 

L. O. Weldon 

W. H. Slaughter 

J. G. Townsend 

J. M. Gillespie 

A. R. Sweeney 

N. E. Wayson 

C. E. Waller 

F. M. Paget- 

J. H. Linson 

C. V. Akin 

K. E. Miller 

J. G. Wilson 

C. H. Waring 

Q. A. Wheeler 

J. F. Worley 

O. H. Cox 

M. S. Lombard 

W. F. Tanner 

Carl Michel 

R. L. Allen 

S. L. Christian 

P. M. Stewart 

R. R. Spencer 

W. C. Teufel 



Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 



London, England 

Rotterdam, Netherlands. 

Buffalo, N. Y 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif 

waiting orders 

Baltimore, Md 

Norfolk, Va 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Washington, D. C 

Washington, D. C 

Providence, R. I 

Marcus Hook, Pa 

Port Townsend, Wash... 

Berlin, Germany 

Baltimore, Md 

Louisville, Ky 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Washington, D. C 

Mobile, Ala 

St. Thomas, V. I 

Savannah, Ga 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Minneapolis, Minn 

-Mbuquerque, N. Mex 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Baltimore, Md 

.\ntwerp, Belgium 

Angel Island, Calif 

Cologne, Germany 

Norfolk, Va 

Washington, D. C 

Washington, D. C 

New Orleans, La 

New London, Conn 

Washington, D. C 

Portland, Me 

Montreal, Canada 

Los -Angeles, Calif 

Rosebank, N. Y... 

Washington, D. C 

San Francisco, Calif 

Baltimore, Md 

Washington, D. C 

Rosebank, N. Y 

Hot Springs, Ark 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Dublin, Ireland 

Dublin, Ireland 

Genoa, Italy 

Galveston, Tex 

Little Rock, Ark 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Boston, Mass 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Wsishington, D. C 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

New Orleans, La 

Stapleton, N. Y 

El Paso, Tex 

Mobile, .'Ma 

Milledgt'Ville, Ga 

San Diego, Cahf 

San Juan, Porto Rico 

Key West, Fla 

Hamburg, Germany 

Little Rock, Ark 

Memphis, Tenn 

Stapleton, N. Y 

New York, N. Y 

Hamilton, Mont 

Berlin, Germany 



* Pay of grade; see footnote 6, p. 23. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



o. . Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large — Continued 



Eoyd R. Sayers - 

L. L. Williams, jr 1 

D. J. Prather 

a. C. Lake — - 

William S. Bean 

T. B. H. Anderson 

H. A. Spencer 

Edward C. Ernst. 

P. J. Gorman 

J. D. Reichard 

V. B. Murray - 

C. R. Eskey 

W. T. Uarrison 

C. Armstrong 

R. E. Dyer 

J. K. Fuller. 

R. W. Hart 

J. W. Tappan 

R. P. Sandidge 

R. C. Williams 

P. D. Mossman 

R. L. Waugh _ 

H. E. Trimble 

M. V. Ziegler 

James E. Faris 

M. F. Haralson 

J. F. Mahoney 

R. E. Porter 

Joseph W. Mountin 

B. H. Earle.... 

Robert D. Spratt... 

F. A. Ashford 

L. A. Fuiierton 

R. R. Tomlin 

L. W. Tucker 

L. C. ScuUv 

F. C. Turner 

M. R. King 

R. D. Lillie 

F. A. Troie 

K. F. Maxcy. 

L. B. Byington 

M. V. Veldee 

L. M. Rogers 

R. L. Lawrence 

H. A. Rasmussen. 

G. H. Paget 

W. Y. Hollingsworth. 

O. M. Spencer 

C. E. Rice. 

G. J. Vau Beeck 

F. J. Halpin 

E. R. Coffey 

A. S. Rumreich 

E. E. Huber 

E. H. Carnes 

L. F. Badger 

A. E. Russell 

A. J. Aselmeyer 

R. A. Vonderlehr 

D. A. Iloiie 

E. B. Archer 

F. C. Stewart 

J. F. Gates 

J. B. Ryon 

F. R. Brunot-. 

G. T. Sprague 

K. K. Bryant. 

W. H. Sebrell 

Q. G. Holdt 

E. R. Pelikan.- 

H. L. Skinner... 

C. L. WUmoth 

« Pay of grade; see footnote 5, 

54075—27 3 



Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Richmond, Va 

Surgeon, Warsaw, Poland 

Surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, San Pedro, Calif 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Nogales, Ariz 

Surgeon, Warsaw, Poland 

Surgeon, Shanghai, China 

Surgeon, Manila, P.I 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Southampton, England 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Surgeon, Fort Stanton, N. Mex 

Surgeon, Berlin, Germany 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Rolla, Mo 

Surgeon, Cobh, Irish Free State 

Surgeon, Detroit, Mich 

Surgeon, Prague, Czechoslovakia 

Surgeon, Goteborg, Sweden 

Surgeon, Port -Arthur, Tex 

Surgeon, Bremen, Germany 

Surgeon, Glasgow, Scotland 

Surgeon, Nashville, Tenn 

P. A. surgeon, waiting orders 

P. A. surgeon, waiting orders... 

P. A. surgeon, Bergen, Norway 

P. A. surgeon, Oslo, Norway 

P. A. surgeon, Liverpool, England 

P. A. surgeon, Honolulu, Hawaii 

P. A. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y.. 

P. A. surgeon, Belfast, Ireland 

P. A. surgeon, Stuttgart, Germany 

P. A. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Honolulu, Hawaii 

P. A. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Dublin, Ireland 

P. A. surgeon, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

P. A. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Manila, P. I 

P. A. surgeon. Fort Stanton, N. Mei.. 

P. A. surgeon, Palermo, Italy 

P. A. surgeon, Cologne, Germany 

P. A. surgeon, Manila, P. I... 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

.\sst. surgeon, Jefferson City, Mo 

Asst. surgeon, Rolla, Mo 

Asst. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Asst. .surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Honolulu. Hawaii 

Asst. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Asst. surgeon, Naples, Italy 

Asst. surgeon, Cobh, Irish Free State.. 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

-4sst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon. Hong Kong, China 

Asst. surgeon. New Orleans, La 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Manila, P. I 

Asst. surgeon. Fort Stanton. N. Mei... 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Asst. surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Asst. surgeon, Manila, P. I.. 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large — Continued 



A. P. Rubino 

F. S. Fellows 

R. B. Snavely 

W. H. Gordon 

A. T. Morrison 

L. R. White 

Ralph Horton 

Q. M. Kunkel 

E. T. Lentz 

W. J. B. McAulifle. 

A. S. Irving 

W. W. Nesbit 

G. D. Boone 

L. O. Parker 

B. J. Macauley 

J. R. Murdock 

T. C. Kienzle 

L.J. Hand 

G. R. Welch 

C. D Kosar 

J. F. Van Ackeren.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



HYGIENIC LABORATORY 



Charles Wardell Stiles 

William Mansfield Clark. 
Carl Voegtlin 



General Supply Committee 



Robert LeFevre. 
Piatt H. Birch... 



Asst. 

Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 

Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 
Asst. 



surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon, 
surgeon. 



New Orleans, La 

Rosebank, N. Y 

Ellis Island, N. Y.... 

San Pedro, Calif 

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

Baltimore, Md 

Buflalo, N. Y... 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif- 
New York, N. Y 

New Orleans, La 

New Orleans, La 

New Orleans, La 

New Orleans, La 

Seattle, Wash_ 

New Orleans, La 

Boston, Mass 

Stapleton, N. Y 

New York, N. Y 

New Orleans, La 



Professor, Washington, D. C. 
Professor, Washington, D. C. 
Professor, Washington, D. C. 



Superintendent of supplies 

Assistant superintendent of supplies. 



Legal residence 



Cong, 
dist. 



Ohio... 
D. C... 



4th... 



' Pay of grade; see footnote 5, p. 23. 

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET 

( Under the direct control of the President) 



Herbert M. Lord 

Royall O. Kloeber... 

Guy F. Allen 

Gordon A. Ramsay.. 

Fred W. Wight 

Frederick J. Bailey.. 
Carlos C. Van Leer.. 
Charles H. Fullaway 
Henry N. Wiseman.. 

Melvin Jones. -. 

Donald B. MacLeod- 
Ernest W. Cushing.. 
Brownie H. Kerr 



Director 

Assistant director 

Executive assistant 

Assistant to the director 

Assistant to the director 

Assistant to the director 

Assistant to the director 

Assistant to the director... 

Assistant to the director 

Assistant to the director 

Chief, division of estimates 

Counsel - 

Chief clerk 



Me 


2d 


D. C... 




D. C... 




Ill 


10th... 


Me 


2d 


Vt 


2d 


Tenn.. 


6th.... 


N. Y... 


19th... 


N. Y... 


35th... 


Ohio... 


12th... 


Md.... 


5th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Ark.... 


3d 



WAR DEPARTMENT* 



SECRETARY 

DWIGHT F. DAVIS, OF MISSOURI 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 

John C. Scofield... 

John W. Martyn 

John B. Randolph 

Sydney E. Smith 

Frank M. Hoadley 

Wilham D. Searle 

Mary S. Nixon 

James G. McFadden 

Henry C. Lehmann 

Albert G. Drane 

Frank B. Barnes 

Office of the Assistant 
Secretary of War 

Hanford MacNider 

Col. David L. Stone 

Col. Harley B. Ferguson 

Lieut. Col. Ernest D. Peek 

Office of Assistant Secretary 
of War 



F. Trubee Davison 

Maj. Gerald C. Brant... 
First Lieut. Lester J. 
land. 



OFFICIAI, TITLE AND STATION 

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



Assistant and chief clerk 

Executive assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant chief clerk : 

Disbursing clerk 

Principal clerk 

Chief, civilian personnel division 

Chief, mail and record division 

Chief, postal station 

Chief, printing and advertising division 

Chief, supply division 

Chief, telephone division 



The Assistant Secretary of War... 

Executive assistant to the Assistant Secre- 
tary of War. 

Chief of war planning branch; commandant 
Army Industrial College. 

Chief of procurement branch 



Legal residence ' 



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



Ga 

Mass... 
D. C .. 


12th... 
14th... 


D. C 




Md...- 
D. C... 


6th.... 


Ky..... 

Pa 

N. Y... 

Ga 

D. C... 


6th.... 
4th.... 
9th.... 
3d 


Iowa 













Mait- 



War Department General 
Staff 

Maj. Gen. Charles P. Sum- 
merall. 

Brig. Gen. Briant H. Wells 

Brig. Gen. Campbell King 



Col. Stanley H. Ford 

Brig. Gen. Frank Parker. 



Assistant Secretary of War N. Y. 

Executive to Assistant Secretary of War [ 

Assistant executive to Assistant Secretary of j 

War. 



Chief of Staff. 



Brig. Gen. Ewing E. Booth. 
Col. Stanley D. Embick... 



Lieut. Col. Edwin S. Harts- 
horn. 
Adolf Gerhard 



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, G-1. 

Acting Assistant Chief of Staff, war plans 
division, WPD. 

Secretary of the General Staff 



Chief clerk i 111. 



Office of the Chief of Cavalry j 

Maj. Gen. Herbert B. Crosby..' Chief of Cavalry 

Lieut. Col. Douglas McCaskey.' E.xecutive officer 

Lieut. Col. Bruce Palmer Chief, personnel section 

Col. Roger S. Fitch | Chief, plans and training section. 



10th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5, 200 
4,000 
2,700 
3,100 
3,600 
3,500 
2,700 
2,300 
2,900 
3,300 
2,100 



10, OOO 

(2) 



7,500 
(') 



(») 

(') 

(2) 



(*> 



(2) 
3, 10» 



(') 

'Complete information as to the organization, area, military posts, and commanding personnel of each 
unit of the United States MUitary Establishment is given in the Arm y List and Directory, which is pub- 
lished bimonthly by the War Department. It contains an alphabetical list of all officers of the Army, 
with their serial number, organization, and address. This publication can be obtained only by purchase 
from the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washington, D. C, at 25 cents a copy. 

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

' 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 ^°°S- 
°^^^^ dist. 



Office of the Chief of Cav- 
alry — Continued 

Lieut. Col. WiUis V. Morris 

Maj. Henry W. Baird... 

Brig. Gen. Charles J. Symmonds. 

Maj. James J. O'Hara -. 



Office of the Chief of Field 
Artillery 

Maj. Gen. William J. Snow 

Col. Daniel W. Hand 

Maj. Edward P. King, jr 

Maj. Doniild C. Cubbison 

Lieut. Col. Edward H. De 
Armond. 

Maj. Ernest J. Dawley — 

Lieut. Col. Alden F. Brewster 

Master Sergt. Fred Lind 

Brig. Gen. George Le R. Irwin 

Office of the Chief of Coast 
Artillery 

Maj. Gen. Andrew Hero, jr — 

Col. Charles E. Kilbourne 

Col. James B. Mitchell 

Maj. Henry T. Burgin.. 

Maj. Joseph F. Cottrell 



Hartley I. Sanders : 

Brig. Gen. Robert E. Callan.. 



Maj. Frank S. Clark 

Office of the Chief of Infantry 



Maj. Gen. Robert H. Allen — 

Col. Willey Howell 

Col. John J. Totley 

Maj. Thomas B. Catron 

Col. Alexander J. Macnab, jr.. 
Lieut. Col. Frederic G. Kellond 

Maj. M. H. Thomlinson 

Brig. Gen. Edgar T. Collins... 

Col. Claude H. Miller 



Office of the Chief of 
Chaplains 



Chaplain John T. Axton 

Chaplain Milton O. Beebe 

Chaplain Benjamin J. Tarskey 
Warrant Officer Augustus S. 

Bonanno. 
Brig. Gen. Edward L. King... 



Chaplain William R. Arnold. 

Office of The Adjutant 
General 



Maj. Gen. Lutz Wahl 

Brig. Gen. Charles H. Bridges. 

Col. Edgar T. Conley.... 

Col. Charles C. Smith 

Lieut. Col. John A. Berry 

Lieut. Col. Robert L. Collins.. 
Lieut. Col. John B. Shuman.. 

Maj. Stuart A. Howard 

Maj. Irving J. Phillipson 

Maj. John N. Smith, jr 



Chief, historical and information section 

Chief, matgriel and equipment section 

Commandant, the Cavalry School, Fort 

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

Kans. 



Chief of Field Artillery.. 

Assistant 

Executive 

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



Chief, materiel section 

War plans 

Chief clerk 

Commandant, Field Artillery School, Fort 
Sill, Okla. 



Chief of Coast Artillery 

Executive assistant 

Chief, training section 

Chief, personnel section 

Chief, materiel section and legislative and 

estimates section. 
Chief clerk 

Commandant, Coast Artillery School, Fort 

Monroe, Va. 
Officer in charge, torpedo depot, Fort Totten, 

N. Y. 



Chief of Infantry 

Executive 

Chief of personnel section 

Chief, intelligence section 

Chief, training and inspection section 

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

ning, Ga. 
Commandant, Tank School, Camp Meade, 

Md. 



8th.... 



Chief of Chaplains - 

Executive 

Personnel officer 

Chief clerk 



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

Director, the Chaplains' School, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 



Thomas A. O'Brien- 



The Adjutant General 

Assistant, The Adjutant General 

Adjutant general, officers' division 

Adjutant general, reserve division 

Adjutant general, publication division 

Adjutant general, miscellaneous division 

Adjutant general, executive officer 

Adjutant general, old records division 

Adjutant general, enlisted division 

Adjutant general, selective service and World 

War divisions. 
Chief clerk 



Me. 



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



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29 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Inspector 
General 

Maj. Qen. Eli A. Helmick 

Col. Casper il. Conrad, jr 

Col. George A. Nugent 

Col. J. M. Graham 

Lieut. Col. Thorne Strayer 

Maj. Frank M. Holmes 

John D. Parker 

Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Maj. Gen. John A. Hull 

Col. Blanion Winship 

Col. Frederick M. Brown 

Lieut. Col. Kyle Rucker_ _ 

Lieut. Col. Amos R. Stallings.. 

Maj. L. Meriwether Smith 

Edwin B. Pitts 

Office of The Quartermaster 
General 

Maj. Gen. B. F. Cheatham 

Capt. Hal T. Vigor (acting) 

Col. Wm. R. Gibson 

Col. William E. Horton.. _ 

Brig. Gen. H. F. Rethers 

Brig. Gen. Francis H. Hope 

Lieut. Col. Edmond R. Tomp- 
kins. 

Maj. Chas. L. Scott 

Fred M. Cunley .- 

Ouartermaster Corps 

Lieut. Col. Walter C. Jones 



Col. Patrick W. Guiney.. 

Col. J. R. R. Hannay 

Col. Louis F. Garrard 

Col. Winthrop S. Wood.. 
Maj. Robert C. Brady... 

Capt. Richard .\llen 

Lieut. Col. E. D. Stayer. 
Capt. Thomas Kenney... 



Inspector General 

E.xecutive. _ 

Chief, inspections division 

Chief, miscellaneous division... 

Chief, investigations division 

Chief, money accounts division. 
C h ief clerk 



Va. 



8th. 



Judge Advocate General 

Judge advocate, executive ofBcer 

Judge advocate, chief military justice section. 
Judge advocate, chief military allairssection.. 

Judge advocate, chief civil affairs section 

Judge advocate, assistant executive officer 

Chief clerk and solicitor ._ 



32d.... 



The Quartermaster General.. 
Executive officer 

Chief, administrative service. 

Chief, construction service 

Chief, supply service 

Chief, transportation service. 
Chief, personnel service 



Chief, remount service. 
C hief clerk 



Md_... 



Lieut. Col. William F. Her- 

ringshaw. 
Maj. Stephen C. Reynolds 



Maj. Henry J. Weeks 

Capt. John T. Sallee 

Col. A. E. Williams 

Lieut. Col. Robert Sterrett 

Col. Louis H. Bash 

Lieut. Col. Ernest H. Agnew.. 
Lieut. Col. Herbert L. Evans.. 

Capt. Ralph H. Bogle 

Capt. William M. Larner 

Col. Frederick W. Van Duyne. 



Commanding officer, Boston Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Boston, Mass. 

Commanding officer, Chicago Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Chicago, 111. 

Commanding officer, Jeffersonville Q. M. 
intermediate depot, Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Commanding officer, New Orleans Q. M. in- 
termediate depot. New Orleans, La. 

Commanding officer, Philadelphia Q. M. 
intermediate depot, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Q. M., Second and Arsenal Sts., St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Commanding officer, Seattle Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Seattle, Wash. 

Commanding officer, Ilolabird Q. M. inter- 
mediate depot. Camp Holabird, Md. 

Commanding officer, Jesup Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Camp Jesup, Ga. 

Commanding officer, Normoyle Q. M. inter- 
mediate depot. Camp Normoyle, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Front Royal Q. M. in- 
termediate depot. Front Royal, Va. 

Commanding officer, Reno Q. M. interme- 
diate depot. Fort Reno, Okla. 

Commanding officer, Robinson Q. M. inter- 
mediate depot. Fort Robinson, Nebr. 

Q. M. supply officer, New York general in- 
termediate depot, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Q. M. supply officer, Washington general in- 
termediate depot, Washington, D. C. 

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

Q. M. supply officer, 8th Corps general area 
depot. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 

Q. M. supply officer, Columbus general re- 
serve depot, Columbus, Ohio. 

Q. M. supply officer, Schenectady general 
reserve depot, Schenectady, N. Y. 

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

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



(0 

h 

$2,600 



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

3,000 



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



30 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



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 
^ Finance 

Maj. Gen. Kenzie W. Walker..! 

Col. Edward A. Sturges 

Lieut. Col. T. E. Janscn \ 

Lieut. Col. William H. Clop- 
ton, jr. 

Col. W. McK. Lambdin 

Lieut. Col. L. S. Morey 



Chief of finance 

Assistant chief of finance 

In charge, estimates and apportionments 

division. 
Executive officer 



Lieut. Col. W. H. Menges. 



Z. Lewis Dalby... 

A. Rogers 

T. F. Bailey 

George R. Taylor. 

A. T. Lewis 

Lloyd Boose 

J. L. Apple 

E. G. Landon 

K. C. Geren 



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 (rierk 

Auditor, 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 
Finance Department at Large* 

Col. E. P. Orton Finance officer, D. C. 

Maj. E. T. Comegys ; Executive officer; chief, money accounts and 

pay and mileage branches. 
Chief, allotment and bond and difference 
sheet branches. 

Chief, transportation branch 

Chief clerk 

Finance officer. Army medical center, D. C. 

Commandant, Finance School, D. C 

Property auditor, district of Washington 



D. C... 
Ind.... 
Mass..- 
N. Y... 
N. J.... 
Md.... 

Pa 

Ohio... 
Tenn.- 



9th.. 
2d... 
28th. 
1st.. 
6th.. 
27th. 
12th. 
3d... 



Capt. Irvin V. Todd. 



Maj. M. T. Legg- 

John G. Scrivener 

Lieut. Col. George M. NeweU 

Maj. O. W. Gralund 

Capt. Hugh Whitt 



Office of the Surgeon General 

Maj. Gen. Merritte W. Ireland. 
Brig. Gen. F. R. Keefer. 



Col. Carl R. DarnaU. 



Col. C. C. Whitcomb 

Lieut. Col. Charles L. Foster- 
Lieut. Col. Joseph F. Siler 

Maj. William B. Borden 

Lieut. Col. Rex H. Rhoades.. 

Col. William G. Turner 

Lieut. Col. James M. Phalen. 



Maj. George R. Callender. 

Maj. Julia C. Stimson 

Bertis B. Thompson 



Medical Department of the Army 
Brig. Gen. James M. Kennedy. 



Col. Henry C. Fisher 

Maj. William S. Rice 

Lieut. Col. Robert Q. Musser. 
First Lieut. Elizabeth A. 

Melby. 
Col. Charles R. Reynolds 



Col. Robert U. Patterson. 



Md.-..| 6th.... 



Surgeon General 

Assistant; chief, planning and training divi- 
sion. 

Executive 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. Army medi- 
cal library. 

Curator, Army Medical Museum,. 

Superintendent Army Nurse Corps 

Chief clerk... 



Ind.... 



Commanding officer. Army medical center... 

and Walter Reed General Hospital, D. C. 
Commandant, Army Medical School, D. C... 
Commandant, Army Dental School D. C... 
Commandant, 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, Ark. 



6th.... 



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



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



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



31 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

ConliHU'.'d 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Office of the Surgeon 

General— Continued 

Medical Department of the 
^rmy— Continued 

Col. Wallace DeWitt - - - 


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

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

Commanding officer, William 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 






(J) 


Col. Paul C Hutton 






(«) 
(') 


Lieut. Col. Reuben B. Miller.. 






(Vacancy). 






(0 


Col. Christopher C. Collins 






(3) 


Office of the Chief of 
Engineers 

Maj. Gen. Edgar Jadwin 






W 


Brig. Gen. Herbert Deakvne 


Assistant Chief of Engineers 






$.3,500 
3,800 
3,800 


Claude Lindsev 


Chief clerk 


Pa 

N.Y... 
Wis-... 


6th.... 
40th... 
1st.... 


Herbert L. BueU 

Joseph C. Letts 


Assistant engineer, miscellaneous civil works. 
Assistant engineer, fortifications 


Engineer Department at Large 
Maj. Charles R. Pettis 


District engineer, Baltimore, Md., and third 
corps area engineer. 

Military assistant, Boston, Mass., and Organ- 
ized Reserves, First Corps Area. 

Civil engineer, Duluth, IVIiun 


(«) 


First Lieut. Walter L. Med- 






(') 


ding. 
Edwin E. Corry 


La 


1st..-. 


4,200 

(2) 


Col. Spencer Cosby 


Division engineer, Lakes division, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

First Corps Area engineer and district engi- 
neer, Boston, Mass. 

District engineer, Chattanooga and Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Sixth Corps Area engineer and district engi- 
neer, Chicago, 111. 

Office Chief of Engineers, Washington, D. C 


Col. Sherwood A. Cheney 






(.') 


Maj. Lewis H. Watkins. 






(}) 


Col. Edward H. Schulz 






C) 


Maj. A. K. B. Lyman 






w 


Lieut. Col. Elliott J. Dent 


District engineer, Detroit, Mich 






m 


Lieut. Col. O. B. Pillsbury 


District engineer, V. S. lake survey, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Senior engineer, U.S. lake survey, Detroit, 
Mich. 

District engineer, Duluth, Minn., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Seventh Corps Area. 

Civil engineer, Duluth, Mich. . 






(') 


F. G. Ray 






5,200 


Maj. Robert W 'Crawford 






Q.A.Taylor... 


Minn.- 


8th...- 


4,000 

(2) 


Capt. Hugh P. Oram 


District engineer, Florence, Ala., and Organ- 
ized Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 
District engineer, Galveston, Tex. 


Maj. J. L. Schley... 






(») 
(2) 

(») 


Maj. Earl North 


District engineer and department engineer, 
Honolulu, Hawaii. 

District engineer, Huntington, W. Va., and 
Organized Reserves, Fifth Corps Area. 

District engineer, Jacksonville, Fla., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 

District engineer, Juneau, Alaska 






Maj. Edward D. Ardery 






Maj. Mark Brooke 






(') 


Maj. James G. Steese. 






Maj. Gordon R. Young. 


District engineer, Kansas Citv, Mo 






{') 


Maj. Charles P. Gross 


District engineer, Los Angeles, Calif 






m 


Lieut. Col. George R. Spalding 
Maj. Donald H. Connolly 

Maj. S. C. Godfrey 


District engineer, Louisvifie, Kv 






(') 


District engineer, Memphis, Tenn., and First 

and Second Mississippi River districts, 

Memphis, Tenn., and Organized Reserves, 

Fourth Corps Area. 
District engineer, Mississippi River dredging 

district, Memphis, Tenn., and Organized 

Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 
District engineer, Milwaukee, Wis., and 

Organized Reserves, Sixth Corps .\rea. 
District engineer, Mobile, Ala., and Organized 

Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 
District engineer, Montgomery, Ala., and 

Organized Reserves .Fourth Corps Area. | 


Tenn.- 
Tenn_. 


lOth— 
10th... 


(') 

(2) 
(») 


Maj. J. J. Kingman 


Maj. T. H. Emerson.. 






Maj. L. E. Lyon 






(2) 




i 







Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in .Appendix. ' Pay of colonel. < Pay of major general. 



32 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



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 Engi- 
neers—Continued 

Engineer Department at Large — 
Continued 



Maj. Malcolm Elliott 

Maj. William H. Holcombe... 



Col. William J. Barden. 



Capt. R. O. Barrows. 



Edward B. Snell 

C. D. Mayhew 

Lieut. Col. Henry C. Jewett. 

Col. F. C. Boggs 

Maj. Jarvis J. Bain_ 

Maj. L. D. Worshaii_ 



Maj. R. F. Fowler.. 

Maj. Beverly C. Dunn... 
Maj. John C. Gotwals... 

Capt. W. E.Teale 

Maj. R. C. Williams 

Maj. John W. N. Schulz. 



Maj. C. S. Ridley. 



Maj. William F. Tompkins.. 



Maj. John S. Butler. 
Maj. J. C. H. Lee... 



Maj. B. B. Somervell. 
Col. Earl I. Brown 



Maj. W. A. Snow. 



Capt. K. M. Bennett, U. S. 

Navy. 
Col. C. W. Kutz 



Col. W. P. Wooten. 



H. T. Kerr 

Robert W. Chaflee. 



Col. T. H. Jackson. 
Col. J. C. Oakes.... 



Col. Charles L. Potter. 



Lieut. Col. William P. Stokey. 
Maj. Mason J. Young 



District engineer, New Orleans, La., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 

District engineer, fourth Mississippi River 
district. New Orleans, La., and Organized 
Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 

Engineer, Second Corps Area, Governors 
Island, N. Y.; district engineer, third dis- 
trict, New York, and division engineer, 
northeastern division. 

Assistant district engineer, second New York 
district, and Porto Rico district and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Second Corps Area. 

Engineer, second district. New York 

Engineer, second district, New York 

District engineer, Norfolk, Va 

District engineer, Philadelphia, Pa 

District engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa 

District engineer, Portland, Oreg., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Ninth Corps Area. 

District engineer. Providence, R. I., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, First Corps Area. 

District engineer. Rock Island, 111., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Sixth Corps Area. 

District engineer, St. Louis, Mo., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Seventh Corps Area. 

Secretary and disbursing officer, Mississippi 
River Commission, St. Louis, Mo. 

District engineer, St. Paul, Minn., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Seventh Corps Area. 

District engineer, first district, San Francisco, 
Calif., and Organized Reserves, Ninth 
Corps Area. 

District engineer, second district, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., and Organized Reserves, 
Ninth Corps Area. 

District engineer. Savannah, Ga., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 

District engineer, Seattle, Wash 

District engineer, third Mississippi River 
district, Vicksburg district, Vicksburg, 
Miss., and Organized Reserves, Fourth 
Corps Area. 

District engineer, Washington, D. C 

District engineer, Wilmington, Del., and Or- 
ganized Reserves, Second Corps Area. 

District engineer, Wilmington, N. C, and 
Organized Reserves, Fourth Corps Area. 

Supervisor of New York Harbor, New York, 
N. Y. 

Division engineer, central division, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Division engineer. Gulf division, New Orle- 
ans, La., and Organized Reserves, Fourth 
Corps Area. 

Engineer, Lakes division, Cleveland, Ohio 

.\ssistant engineer, northeastern division, 
New York, N. Y. 

Division engineer. Pacific division, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Division engineer, southeastern division, 
Charleston, S. C, and Organized Reserves, 
Fourth Corps Area. 

President Mississippi River Commission, 
St. Louis, Mo., and divisionengineer, West- 
ern division, St. Louis, Mo. 

Engineer, Fourth Corps Area, Atlanta, Ga. .. 

Engineer, Fifth Corps Area, Fort Hayes, 
Columbus, Ohio. 



N. Y.. 

N. J-. 



25th. 
1st.. 



Ohio. 

N. Y. 



22d. 
6th. 



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



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



33 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



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



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Chief of Engi- 
neers—Continued 

Engineer Department at Large— 
Continued 

Lieut. Col. F. A. Pope 

Maj. John N. Hodges 

Lieut. Col. J. Franklin Bell 

Lieut. Col. Wildurr Willing.... 

Maj. William C. Lemen. 

Lieut. Col. Max C. Tyler 

Maj. Lehman W. Miller 

Col. E. M. Markham 

Maj. D. O. Elliott... 

Capt. Frank W. Gano 

Capt. William E. Harris.. 

Board of Engineers for Rivers 
and Harbors, Washington, 
D. C. 

Maj. Dan I. Sultan 

Capt. John G. Drinkwater 

H. W. Hobbs... 

Theodore R. Vogel 

Granville Smith 

William Gerig 

C. n. Girou.\ 

Harry L. Freer 

Office of the Chief of 
Ordnance 



Maj. Gen. C. C. Williams 

Brig. Gen. C. L'H. Ruggles 

Brig. Gen. Samuel Hof- 

Maj. C. T. Harris 

Colin E. McRae 



Ordnance Department at Large 

Lieut. Col. C. M. Wesson 

Lieut. Col. G. H. Stewart 



Maj. C. E. Partridge. 
Howard Bruce 



Capt. Harold S. Wilkins 

Col. John Stephen Sewell (Eng. 

Res.). 

Capt. Cornelius H. Menger 

Col. Charles H. Tenney (Ord. 

Res.). 

Maj. John G. Booton 

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



Capt. D. Q. McGregor 

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

Capt. Rosswell E. Hardy 

Maj. H. H. K. Sheridan 

Capt. E. A. Lynn 



Engineer, Seventh Corps .Vrea, Omaha, Nebr. 

Engineer, Eighth Corps .4rea, Fort Sam 
Houston, Tex. 

Engineer, Ninth Corps .\rea, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Department engineer and division engineer, 
Panama Canal Department, C. Z. 

Department engineer, Hawaiian Depart- 
ment, Honolulu, T. H. 

District engineer, Manila, P. I.; department 
engineer, Philippine Department, Manila, 
P. I. 

District engineer. Quarry Heights, C. Z 

Commandant, Engineer School, Fort Hum- 
phreys, Va. 

Officer in charge, engineer reproduction 
plant, Washington Barracks, D. C. 

Engineer supply officer, Columbus general 
reserve depot, Columbus, Ohio, and Organ- 
ized Reserves, Fifth Corps Area. 

Engineer supply officer. New York general 
intermediate depot, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Resident member. 
Military assistant. 

Senior engineer 

Associate engineer. 

Engineer 

Senior engineer 

Senior engineer 

Chief clerk 



Me..-. 

S.C..., 
Md... 



1st. 
2d.. 
4th. 



N.Y.. 
D.C.. 



30th. 



Chief of Ordnance . . 

Assistant 

Assistant 

Executive assistant. 
Chief clerk 



Commanding officer, Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md. 
Commanding officer, Augusta Arsenal, 

Augusta, Ga. 
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. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Bridgeport ordnance office, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Buffalo ordnance district, 

Watervliet .\rsenal, N. Y. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance officer. Camp Meade, Md 

Commanding officer, Charleston ordnance 

reserve depot, Charleston, S. C. 



Ark.... 



Md.. 



7th. 



5th... 



(?) 
(}) 

m 
(2) 

(2) 



(2) 
(2) 

$5, 400 
3,600 
3,800 
5,400 
5,400 
2,700 



(2) 

(2) 
(2) 
3,000 






(.') 



' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 
54075—27 4 • 



34 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Chief of Ord- 
nance — C ontinued 

Ordnance Department at Large— 
Continued 

E. A. Russell 



Capt. W. H. Soderholm 

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



Capt. Robert S. Barr. 
Col. Frank A. Scott... 



First Lieut. Charles E. Whit- 
ney. 

Warrant Officer Lewis C. Dy- 
sart. 

Maj. Charles H. Traeger 



Capt. G. S. Lavin. 



District chief, Chicago ordnance district, 

Chicago, 111. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Cincinnati ordnance district, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Cleveland ordnance district, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Executive assistant 



Col. Henry A. O'Dell (Ord. 

Res.). 
Maj. C. M. Steesc 

First Lieut. M. H. Davis 

Capt. J. E. Brown. 



Maj. P. J. R. Kiehl 

Lieut. Col. G. L. Wall 

Lieut. Col. Edward M. Shinkle. 

Warrant Officer George A. 

Dingee. 
Warrant Officer J. W. Feairs... 

Col. James L. Walsh (Ord. 

Res.). 
Col. C. C. Goodrich (Ord. Res.). 

Maj. P. R. Faymonville 

First Lieut. J. L. Holman 

Tech. Sergt. Joseph Zaine 

Maj. L. A. Nickerson 

John C. Jones. 



Capt. F. C. Shaffer. . . 
Col. Odus C. Homey . 



Maj. J. K. Crain.. 
Maj. E. H. Chase. 
Ralph M. Dravo-. 



Capt. Fred A. McMahon. 
Maj. J. H. Burns 



Col. David M. King 

M. E. Singleton 

CoL Harry J. ScuUin (Ord. Res.). 



Maj. C. M. Roberts. 
Maj. Everett Collins. 



Col. Bruce Cornwall (Ord. Res.). 



Maj. M. L. Brett 

Maj. George F. Lemon. 



Warrant Officer William J. 
Rusch. 



Ordnance supply officer, Columbus general 
reserve depot, Columbus, Ohio. 

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

Commanding officer, Delaware ordnance re- 
serve depot, Pedricktown, N. J. 

District chief, Detroit ordnance district, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance officer, Edgewood Arsenal, Md 

Ordnance officer, Erie ordnance reserve 
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 reserve 
depot. New Cumberland, Pa. 

Ordnance supply officer, quartermaster in- 
termediate depot. New Orleans, La. 

District chief, New York ordnance district... 



Assistant chief 

E.xecut ive officer 

Assistant 

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. Pig Point ordnance 

reserve depot. Pig Point, Va. 
District chief, Pittsburgh (Pa.) ordnance dis- 
trict. 

Executive assistant _ 

Commanding officer, Raritan Arsenal, Me- 

tuchen, N. J., and commandant. Ordnance 

Specialists' School. 
Commanding officer, Rock Island Arsenal, 

ni. 

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

Assistant chief, St. Louis (Mo.) ordnance 
district. 

E xecuti ve assistant - 

Commanding officer, San Antonio Arsenal, 
Tex. 

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

Executive assistant - 

Commanding officer. Savanna ordnance re- 
serve depot. Savanna, 111. 

Ordnance supply officer, Schenectady general 
reserve depot. 



111. 



Pa. 



Pa. 



10th... 



9th.... 



34 th. 



Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



Official Register of the United States, 192't 



35 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Chief of Ord- 
nance — Continued 

Ordnance Department at Large- 
Continued 

Col. Herman W. Schull 

Warrant OflScer Anthony Poyet. 
Fred W. Robinson 

Col. T. C. Dickson 



F. C. Langenberg 

Col. Edwin D. Bricker. 



Warrant Officer John McDon- 
ald. 

Office of the Chief Signal 
Officer 

Maj. Gen. Charles McK. Saltz- 

man. 
Lieut. Col. John E. Hemphill., 

H. S. Flynn 

Louis M. Evans 



Signal Service at Large 

Maj. Paul W. Evans 

Frederic Reichenbach 

Lawrence A. Morris... 

Col. George S. Gibbs 



Harry G. Phair 

David A. Burke 

Lieut. Col. Sebring C. MegiU.. 



Harry C. Starkweather. 

Alma A. Serowka 

Col. Oren B. Meyer 



Walter R. Taylor 

Col. George E. Stewart. 



Joseph E. Craver 

Lieut. Col. Alfred T. Clifton... 

Irwin C. Hackensmith 

Charles B. Robinson 

Edward A. Levy 

Lieut. Col. Goodwin Compton. 



Robert C. Kibbie 

Lieut. Col. Alvin C. Voris. 



Harold L Aiken 

Lieut. Col. Frank J. Griffin.. 



Robert Loghrv 

Walter McDonald 

Fred J. Scott 

Col. Alexander M. Miller. 



Otto E. Koechor 

Lieut. Col. .\lbert L. Rhoades. 



Carl P. Lindquist 

Claude H. Deitrick 

Major Louis B. Bender. 



George B. Flenner 

Mary F. Dee 

Col. John D. L. Hartman. 



Henry Winter 

Charles 0. Pierson. 
Charles Murphy... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Stale 



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 Arsenal, 

Watertown, Mass. 
Commanding officer, Watervliet, Arsenal, 

N. Y. 
Commanding Wingate ordnance reserve 

depot. 



Chief Signal Officer. 



Ala. 



Mass-- 



Executive officer.. 
Civilian assistant. 
Chief engineer 



Signal officer, First Corps Area, Boston, Mass. 

Electrical engineer, Boston, Mass 

Chief clerk, Boston, Mass 

Signal officer. Second Corps .\rea. Governors 
Island, N. Y. 

Electrical engineer. Governors Island, N. Y.. 

Civilian assistant. Governors Island, N. Y... 

Signal officer. Third Corps .^rea, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Assistant electrical engineer, Baltimore, Md.. 

Principal clerk, 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. 

Electrical engineer, Chicago, 111 

Electrical engineer, 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. 

Assistant radio engineer, San FranciSco, CaUf. 

Electrical engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

Chief clerk, San Francisco, Calif 

Signal officer, Panama Canal Department, 
Balboa Heights, C. Z. 

Assistant electrical engineer, Balboa Heights, 
C. Z. 

Signal officer, Hawaiian Department, Hono- 
lulu, II. T. 

Assistant electrical engineer, Honolulu, H. T. 

Chief clerk, Honolulu, H. T 

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

Engineer, Manila, P. I 

Chief clerk, Manila, P. I 

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

Cable engineer, Seattle, Wash 

Auditor, Seattle, Wash 

Chief cable operator, Seattle, Wash 



D. C... 




Ga 


5th.... 


Mass... 
Mass... 


nth... 
12th... 


N. Y... 

N. Y... 


4th_..- 
15th... 


Ill 

Md.... 


10th... 
4th.... 


N. C... 


1st.... 


Ohio 








Mo 

111 

N. Y... 


5th...- 

6th.. _. 

leth... 


lU 


2d...-. 


D. C 












Mass... 
Tex.... 


9th.... 
1st.-.. 


m 


6th.... 


Tex 

Ohio... 


14th... 
10th... 


Ill 

P. I 


10th... 






D. C... 




D. C .. 





Wash . 



Cong, 
dist. 



8th. 



8th.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



1st-. 



(») 
$3, 000 

(') 

28 p. d. 



(2) 

3,000 
6,200 



(?) 

3,000 

2,300 

(?) 

3,000 
2,600 

(2) 

2,700 
2,100 

(2) 

3,000 

2,400 

(?) 

3,000 

3,000 

2.700 

w 

2,400 

(2) 

2,400 

{}) 

3,000 
3,000 
2,400 

(?) 

2,700 
(0 

3,000 
2,500 
(?) 

2,700 
2,700 
(?) 

5,200 
3,600 
3,000 



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



36 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Office of the Chief Signal 

Officer— Continued 

Signal Service at Large — 
Continued 

J. B. L. Hickerson 

Lieut. Col. George E. Kumpe. 
Jackson H. Pressley 

Ralph T. Kendall. 

John D. Sullivan -. 

Capt. Paul S. Edwards 

James W. Qoodin 

Col. Thomas L. Brewer. 

Albert Garinger 

John E. Lynch 

Maj. Donald B. Sanger 

Curtis W. Thomas... 

James J. Fitzgerald 

Capt. Thomas L. Clark 

James R. Taylor 

R. C. Vrooman 

Col. Charles S. Wallace 

Henry Dunn. 

Burt E. Grabo 



Office of Chief of Air Corps 

Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick. 
Brig. Gen. James E. Fechet... 

Maj. W. G. Kilner 

John J. Mullaney 



Air Corps at Large 

Maj. Barton K. Yount 

Maj. Hubert R. Harmon 

Maj. George E. Lovell, jr. . . 

Brig. Gen. Frank P. Lahm 

Brig. Gen. William E.Gillmore 

Air Intermediate Depots. 
Maj. A. W. Robins 

Maj. Robert Coker — 

Capt. Harrison W. Flickinger.. 

Lieut. Col. Harry Graham.. 

Lieut. Col. James A. Mars.. 



Offices of Procurement Planning 
Representatives 

Capt. Romeyn B. Hough, jr.. 
First Lieut. Leland 0. Hurd.. 

Maj. Benjamin G. Weir 

Maj. Jenner Y. Chisum 

Maj. A. H. Hobley 

First Lieut. Reuben D. Biggs. 



OflBce manager, Seattle, Wash 

Commanding officer. Fort Monmouth, N. J.. 
Associate radio engineer, 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. 

Meteorologist, Dayton, Ohio _. 

Signal supply officer. New York general inter- 
mediate depot, South Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cable engineer. South Brooklyn, N. Y 

Chief clerk. South Brooklyn, N. Y 

Signal supply officer, Chicago quartermaster 
intermediate depot, Chicago, 111. 

Electrical assistant, Chicago, 111 

Principal clerk, Chicago, 111 

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 officer, San Francisco general 
intermediate depot. Fort Mason, Calif. 

Military storekeeper, Fort Mason, Calif 

Military storekeeper in charge, signal section, 
Washington general intermediate depot, 
Washington, D. C. 



Chief of Air Corps. 

Assistant Chief of Air Corps. 

Executive officer 

Chief clerk _ 



Assistant military attache for aviation, Paris, 
France. 

Assistant military attache for aviation, Lon- 
don, England. 

Assistant military attache for aviation, Rome, 
Italy. 

Commanding general. Air Corps Training 
Center, San Antonio, Tex. 

Chief, Materiel Division, Wright Field, 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, Fairfield air interme- 
diate depot, Fairfield, Ohio. 

Commanding officer. Little Rock air inter- 
mediate depot. Little Rock, Ark. 

Commanding officer, Middletown air inter- 
mediate depot, Middletown, Pa. 

Commanding officer, Rockwell air interme- 
diate depot, Coronado, Calif. 

Commanding officer, San Antonio air inter- 
mediate depot, San Antonio, Tex. 



Procurement planning representative, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Procurement planning representative, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Procurement planning representative, New 
York, N. Y. 

Procurement planning representative, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Procurement planning representative, Wright 
Field, Dayton, Ohio. 

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



Cong, 
dist. 



Tenn. 



CaMf. 



N. J.. 

Mass. 



Conn.. 



Conn. 
N. Y.. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



Mo.. 
D. C. 



D. C- 



6th. 



13th. 



4th... 



4th. 
8th. 



6th. 
6th. 



14th. 
14th. 



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



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



37 



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 Chief of Air Corps- 
Continued 

District Procuremevt Offices 

Maj. Norman W. Peek._ 

J. A. McDonnell--- 

Flying Fields 

Maj. Harvey B. S. Burwell 

Maj. James E. Chaney— 

Maj. William C. McChord 

Maj. Delos C. Emmons 



Maj. Albert L. Sneed - 

Lieut. Col. Clarence C. Culver - 
Maj. Carlyle H. Wash 



Maj. H. n. C. Richards. 



Lieut. Col. B. D. Foulois 

First Lieut. Mark R. Wood- 
ward. 
First Lieut. John P. Temple- - 

Lieut. Col. John A. Paegelow- 
Maj. Thomas G. Lanphler 



Airdrovies 

Capt. Horace N. Heisen- 
First Lieut. Virgil Hine-. 



District manager, balloon production and 

inspection, Akron, Ohio. 
District manager. Air Service procurement 

section. New York City. 



Commanding officer, Boiling Field, D. C 

Commanding officer, Brooks Field, Te.x 

Commanding officer, Chanute, Field Ran- 
toul, 111. 

Commanding officer, Crissy Field, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Kelly Field, Tex 

Commanding officer, Langley Field, Va 

Commanding officer, March Field, Riverside, 
Calif. 

Commanding officer. Maxwell Field, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Commanding officer, Mitchel Field, N. Y — 

Commanding officer, 49th Bombardment 
Squadron, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. 

Commanding officer, Ross Field, Arcadia, 
Calif. 

Commanding officer, Scott Field, 111 

Commanding officer, Selfridge Field, Mount 
Clemens, Mich. 



First Lieut. Walter K. Burgess- 

Maj. E. L. Hoflman 

First Lieut. Frank M.McKeC-- 

Capt. Thomas S. Voss 

First Lieut. Walter R. Peck 

First Lieut. Theodore J. Koenig- 

First Lieut. Oakley G. Kelly. -- 

First Lieut. Russell L.Maughan- 

First Lieut. Isaiah Davies 

First Lieut. William C. Morris- 

Bureau of Insular Affairs 



Commanding officer, Boston airport, MasS--. 

Commanding officer. Bowman Field, JefCer- 
sontown, Ky. 

Commanding officer. Clover Field, Santa 
Monica, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Lunken airport, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, Norton Field, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, Pittsburgh airport, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Commanding officer, Schoen Field, Fort 
Benj. Harrison, Ind. 

Commanding officer. Sand Point Airdrome, 
Seattle, Wash. 

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. 



Maj. Gen. Frank Mclntyre Chief of bureau.-. 

Col. Orval P. Townshend Assistant to chief. 

Maj. John S. Sullivan Assistant to chief. 

L. V. Carmack Chief clerk. 



Guvernment of the Philippine 
Islands (Manila) 



Leonard Wood 

Eugene A. Gilmore 

Honorio Ventura... 
Miguel Unson 

Luis P. Torres 

Silverio -'V.postol 



Cipriano E. Unson. 



Governor General, Manila, P. I 

Vice governor (and secretary of public in- 
struction). 

Secretary of the interior 

Acting secretary of finance 

Acting secretary of justice 

Acting secretary of agriculture and natural 

resources. 
Acting secretary of commerce and communi- 
cations. 

Manuel L. Quezon | President of the senate 

Manuel Roxas Speaker of the house of representatives 

Ben Wright I Insular auditor 

Paciano Dizon [ Assistant insular auditor 

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



Ky. 



N. H. 
Wis.. 



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

P.I. 



P. I.. 
P. I.- 
Calif- 
P. I.. 



6th.... 



(2) 
$3,600 



(2) 
(2) 
(2) 

(0 

(2) 
(2) 
(') 

(2) 

(2) 
(2) 

m 
(2) 



(') 

(2) 

m 

(') 

(2) 

(0 

(») 

(2) 

(») 

(n 
(') 
(.n 



(') 
{') 
(») 

3,4iOO 



18,000 
10,000 

6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

6,000 

8,000 
8,000 
6,000 
3,000 



38 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Insular Affairs — Con. 

Government of the Philippine 
Islands {Manila)— Continued 



Isauro Qabaldon 

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.-. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Government of Porto Rico 
(San Juan) 



Horace M. Towner 

George C. Butte 

Juan G. Gallardo 

Guillermo Esteves 

Juan B. Huyke .- 

Carlos E. Chardon 

Dr. Pedro N. Ortiz 

Frederick G. Holcomb. 

E. J. Saldaua.-- 

Emilio del Toro 

Adolf G. Wolf 

Pedro de Aldrey 

Harvey M. Hutchison. 

Carlos Franco Soto 

Felix Cordova Davila.. 



Militia Bureau 

Maj. Gen. Creed C. Hammond- 
Col. John W. Gulick 

Col. Guy S. Norvell 

Col. Frederick B. Shaw 

Col. E. R. Redmond- 

Lieut. Col. Arthur W.Bradbury 
Lieut. Col. John P. McAdams. 

Lieut. Col. Noble J. Wiley 

Walter A. Saunders 



Office of Chief of Chemical 
Warfare Service 

Maj . Gen. Amos A . Fries 

Lieut. Col. C. E. Brigham 

Maj. William N. Porter.. 

Capt. Charles W. Walton 

Capt. George F. Unmacht 

Maj. O. A. Eastwold 

Maj. F. R. Oarcin 

Maj. James W. Lyon 

Guy B. Tippens 

Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, 
Md. 

Col. C. W. Exton ---. 

Maj. Alexander Wilson - 

James E. Mills 

Chemical Warfare Service School, 
Edgewood, Md. 



Col. C. W. Exton 

Maj. Leigh F. J. Zerbee.. 
Capt. Geoffrey Marshall- 



Resident Commissioner to the United States 
Resident Commissioner to the United States 

Chief justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 



Governor, San Juan, P. R 

Attorney general 

Treasurer 

Commissioner of the interior 

Commissioner of education 

Commissioner of agriculture and labor 

Comjnissioner of health 

Auditor 

Executive secretary 

Chief justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court.. c 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Resident Commissioner to the United States. 



Chief of bureau 

Executive officer 

Chief, personnel and organization section. 

Chief, training section 

Chief, regulations section.- 

Chief, administrative section 

Chief, supply section 

Chief, organization section 

Chief clerk - -.. 



Chief of the Chemical Warfare Service - 

Executive officer --. 

Chief, training division 

Chief, supply division 

Chief, information division 

Personnel officer 

Chief, procurement planning division.. 

Chief, technical division 

Chief clerk 



Commanding officer- 
Executive officer 

Chief chemist-- 



Commandant --. 

Assistant commandant- 
Secretary 



Legal residence 



State 



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



Iowa. 
Tex.. 
P. R. 
P. R. 
P. R. 
P. R. 
P. R. 
Mass- 
P. R. 
P. R. 



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



Ohio-- 



S. C. 



Cong, 
dist. 



12th. 



7th- 



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

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

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



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



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3^ 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



The Army War College, 
Washington, D. C. 

Maj. Gen. Hanson E. Ely.-. 

^ol. Lytle Brown 

Lieut. Col. John J. Fulmer.. 
Albert B. Neal. 



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



OFFICIAL TITLE AND .STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant 

Executive officer J 

Chief clerk...-..- ... 1 Tenn. 



Brig. Gen. M. B. Stewart Superintendent and commandant. 

Maj. S, Whipple _ I Adjutant. 

Maj. Georee S. Andrew 

First Lieut. T. B. Hedekin. 

Isnac A. Boyle 

William J. Middleton.. 

W.J. Wakefield 

Vincent B. Rigney 

D. T. Conkhn 



Assistant adjutant 

Personnel adjutant 

Chief clerk 

Chief, academic division. 
Chief, military division.. 
Chief, statistical division. 
Chief, record division 



National Board for the Pro- 
motion of Rifle Practice, 
Washington, D. C. [ 

i 

Lieut. Col. George C. Shaw i E.xecutive officer. 

Capt. John R. Brooke, jr j Assistant 



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



Lieut. Col. George C. Shaw i Director.. 

Capt. John R. Brooke, jr Assistant. 



Army Corps Areas and 
Departments 

First Corps Area ' 



Maj. Gen. Preston Brown j Commanding. 

Col. Charles D. Roberts 

Col. John E. Woodward 

Lt. Col. Charles H. Patterson.. 
Lieut. Col. Edwin O. Saunders. 
Lieut. Col. Harry E. Comstock. 

Col. William J. L. Lyster 

Col. Frederick W. Coleman 

Col. Sherwood A. Cheney 

Col. Thales L. .\mes 

Maj. Paul W. Evans 

Capt. Lewis M. McBride 

Maj. Ira Longanecker 



Second Corps Area ' 

Maj. Gen. James H. McRae... 

Col. Berkeley Enochs. 

Col. Archibald Campbell 

Col. William C. Rivers 

Col. Henry M. Morrow 

Col. Clyffard Game 

Col. Albert E. Truby 

Col. Perrin L. Smith 

Col. William J. Barden 

Brig. Gen. Samuel Hof 

Col. George S. Gibbs. 

Capt. Adrian St. John 

Col. Theodore A. Baldwin, jr. 



cihief of staff. 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate. — 

Q uartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance oiBcer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



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

N.Y. 



Commanding 

Chief of staf! 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Cong, 
dist. 



2d. 



26th... 

26th... 

26th 

26th 

26th 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(2) 

$2,700 



2,700 
2,100 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 



' Pay of rank; see .\.rmv Pay Tables 1n .\ppendix. 

' The First Corps .Vrea includes the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode 
Island, and Connecticut. In so far only as 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 Area; headquarters. Army Base, Boston 9, Mass. 

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



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State Cong. 



Army Corps Areas and Depart- 
ments — Continued 

Third Corps Area • 

Maj. Qen. Douglas MacArthur. 
Col. Isaac Jenks 

Lieut. Col. David Y. Beckham. 
Lieut. Col. Beverly F. Browne. 
Lieut. Col. James H. Stansfield. 

Col. Theodore B. Hacker 

Col. Frederick M. Hartsock 

Col. Robert S. OfiBy 

Maj. Charles R. Pettis 

Maj. Harry R. Kutz 

Lieut. Col. Sebring C. Megill.. 
Lieut. Col. Charles E. T. LuU.. 
Maj. John C. McDonnell 



Fourth Corps Area '■ 



Maj. Gen. Malin Craig 

Col. Duncan K. Major, jr 

Col. Harry H. Tebbetts 

Col. Henry S. Wagner 

Maj. Allen M. Burdette 

Col. Linwood E. Hanson 

Col. Henry A. Webber 

Lieut. Col. Charles H. Erring- 
ton. 

Lieut. Col. William P. Stokey. 

Lieut. Col. Sidney S. Under- 
wood. 

Col. Oren B. Meyer, Cav 

First Lieut. Norman D. Gillet. 

Lieut. Col. Charles H. Dan- 
forth. 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Acting adjutant general . 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance oflBcer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer... 



Fifth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. Dennis E. Nolan... 

Col. James B. Gowen 

Col. Ralph B. Parrott 

Col. George H. Jamerson 

Maj. William F. Burns 

Lieut. Col. Herbert L. Evans. 

Col. Louis T. Hess 

Lieut. Col. Eugene J. Ely 

Maj. Mason J. Young. 

Maj. Archie S. Buyers 

Col. George E. Stewart 

Maj. Isaac E. Titus 

Lieut. Col. Seth W. Cook 



Sixth Corps Area '2 

Maj. Gen. William Lassiter 

Col. Robert E. Wyllie.... 

Col. Louis S. Chappelear 

Col. Francis Le J. Parker 

Lieut. Col. William B . Pistole. 

Col. George E. Ball.. 

Col. Clarence J. Manly 

Col. Alfred S. Morgan 

Col. Edward H. Schulz 

Maj. Ale.xander G. Gillespie... 
Lieut. Col. Alfred T. Clifton. _ 
First Lieut. Maurice E. Jen- 
nings. 
Col. Chalmers G. Hall 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Acting finance officer . 



Engineer 

Ordnance officer. 



Signal officer.. 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air 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 

Cliief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge ad-vocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer. 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Acting chemical warfare officer. 

Air officer 



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

• The Third Corps Area includes the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and the District of 
Columbia, except in so far as concerns the troops and agencies of the Regular Army within the territorial 
limits of the District of Washington; headquarters, Standard Oil Building, Baltimore, Md. 

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

" The Fifth Corps Area includes the States of Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky; headquarters, 
Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio. 

12 The Sixth Corps .\rea 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, Chi- 
cago, 111. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



41 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Army Corps Areas and Depart- 
ments — Continued 

Seventh Corps Area " 

Maj. Oen. Harry A. Smith 

Col. Tennev Ross 

Col. Harvey W. Miller.. 

Lieut. Col. William A. Austin.. 
Lieut. Col. Arthur W. Brown.. 

Col. Alvin K. Baskette... 

Col. George A. Skinner 

Lieut. Col. Matt C. Bristol 

Lieut. Col. William C. Weeks.. 

Maj. Claude B. Thummel 

Lieut. Col. Goodwin Compton. 
Capt. Eugene P. H. Gempel... 
Maj. Byron Q. Jones 

Eighth Corps Area » 

Maj. Qen. Ernest Hinds 

Col. Robert McCleave. 

Col. James F. McKinley 

Col. Ernest D. Scott 

Col. Herbert A. White 

Col. Henrv C. Whitehead 

Col. Henry H. Rutherford 

Lieut. Col. Tilman Campbell.. 

Maj. John N. Hodges 

Maj. Glenn P. Wilhelm 

Lieut. Col. Alvin C. Voris 

Capt. Egmont F. Koenig 

Maj. Wilhem N. Hensley, jr — 

Ninth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. John L. Hines 

Col. Alvord Van P. Anderson. _ 

Col. Samuel G. Jones 

Col. William R. Smedberg, jr.. 

Col. Gordon N. Kimball 

Col. William Elliott... 

Col. Edward L. Munson 

Col. James Canby 

Lieut. Col.GustaveR. Lukesh. 

Col. Edward P. O'Hern.. 

Lieut. Col. Frank J. Griffin 

Maj. -Vlfred L. Rockwood 

Maj. Henry B. Clagett 



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 stafT-. 

Adjutant 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chem.ical warfare officer . 
.A.ir officer 



Commanding 

C hief of staff _ , 

.Vdjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster _ 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
.Air officer 



Hawaiian Department " 

Maj. Gen. Edward M. Lewis.. 
Col. Abraham G. Lott 

Col. William Kellv, jr 

Col. Walter C. Short 

Lieut. Col. George L. McKeeby. 

Lieut. Col. Henry Gibbons 

Col. Thomas S. Bratton___ 

Col. Theodore Schultz 

Maj. William C. Lemen 

Lieut. Col. Edward M. Shinkle. 
Lieut. Col. .Albert L. Rhoades. 

Maj. Arthur M. Heritage 

Lieut. Col. John H. Howard... 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal oft"icer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
.\ir officer 



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(») 

(2) 

m 
(2) 



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(2) 
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(2> 



(2> 

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

" The Seventh Corps Area includes the States of Missouri, except the post of Jefl'erson Barracks and 
Arcadia Target Range, near, Arcadia, Mo., Kansas, .Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, North Dakota,, 
and South Dakota; headquarters, .\rmy Building, Omaha, Nebr. 

" The Eighth Corps Area includes the States of Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Now Mexico, and .Arizona, 
except that portion thereof west of west longitude 114° and south of north latitude 33° which is attached 
to the Ninth Corps .^rea for purposes of administration, training, and tactical control in connection with 
the Border Patrol and field operations incident thereto only; headquarters. Fort Sam Houston, San An- 
tonio, Tex. 

n The Ninth Corps Area includes the Slates of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah> 
Nevada, and California, and that portion of Arizona which is attached for certain si)ecific purposes only. 
The Territory of .\laska is attached to the Ninth Corps Ares; headquarters, Presidio of San Francisco, 
Cilif. 

" The Hawaiian Department includes all the islands belonging to the United Ststes within the area 
between 150° west longitude and 100° east longitude and between 15° south latitade and 30° north lati- 
tude; headquarters, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Army Corps Areas and Depart- 
ments—Continued 

V. S. Armij Forces in China, 
Tientsin, China 

Brig. Gen. Joseph C. Castner.. 
Lieut. Col. Francisn. Lincoln... 

Maj. lienry B. Lewis 

Maj. Harry A. Auer 

Capt. Louis II. Price 

First Lieut. Iloel S. Bishop, jr. 
Lieut. Col. Henry R. Casey 

Philippine Department '' 



Maj. Gen. Fred W. Sladen.... 

Col. Charles D. Herron 

Col. Julius T. Conrad 

Col. FredT. Austin 

Lieut. Col. Hugh C. Smith... 

Col. William G. Gambrill 

Col. Elmer A. Dean. 

Col. Edwin A. Hickman 

Maj. Elihu H. Ropes 

Col. OdusC. Homey 

Maj. Louis B. Bender 

Maj. .\delno Gibson 

Maj. William B. Duty 



Panama Canal Department '* 

Maj. Gen. Charles H. Martin.. 

Col. James A. Woodruff.. 

Col. Harrison Hall 

Col. Charles E. Stadter 

Col. Sherman Moreland 

Col. Warren W. Whitside 

Col. Wilhain N. Bispham 

Col. Hilden Olin 

Lieut. Col. Wildurr Willing 

Maj. Oliver H. Presbrey 

Col. Alexander M. Miller 

Maj. Owen R. Meredith 

Lieut. Col. .\rthur G. Fisher... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



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



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general- 
Judge Advocate.. 
Finance olScer... 
Acting engineer. - 
Quartermaster... 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general. 

Inspector. _ 

Judge Advocate. _ 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 



Legal residence 



State S- 



Finance officer 

Acting engineer 

Ordnance officer . _ 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer.. 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



District of Washington, D. C. i 

Brig. Gen. Samuel D. Rocken- 

bach. 
laeut. Col. Ale.xander B. Co.xe. 
Maj. Eugene R. Householder. . 

Maj. Robert C. F. Goetz 

Capt. Henry C. Clark 

Col. Henry II. Sheen 

Lieut. Col. Arthur M. Whaley. 

Col. Edward A. Sturges 

Maj. Edward C. Kelton 

Maj. Francis 11. Miles 

Capt. James II. B. Bogman 

Capt. Charles W. Walton 



The General Service Schools , 
Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 



Brig. Gen. Edward L. King i Commandant 

Col. Herbert J. Brecs Assistant commandant. 



Commanding. 



Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 



Command and General Staff 
School, Fort Leavenworth 
Kans. 

Brig. Gen. Edward L. King 



Commandant. 



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

1' The Philippine Department includes all the islands of the Philippine .\rchipelago; headquarters, 
Manila, P. I. 

i»The Panama Canal Department includes the entire Canal Zone; headquarters, Qu.^rry Heights, 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE* 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

JOHN G. SARGENT, OF VERMONT 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



St^te S- 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Attorney General 



William D. Mitchell. 
Paul Addison Chase - 
William J. Donovan. 



Charles D. Lawrence. 



Mrs. Mabel Walker WOle- 

brandt. 
Herman J. Galloway. - 



George R. Farnum. 



John Marshall 

Bertice Marvin Parmenter. 

Oscar R. Luhring 



J. Edgar Hoover 

Harold Nathan 

Thomas F. CuUen 

Ugo J. A. Carusi _ 

James W. Baldwin 

John B. Reynolds 

Charles B. Sornborger. 

Arthur Robb .-. 

Edward N. Bodholdt -- 

George Kearney 

Albert H. Conner 

James A. Finch 

Henry L. Gilbert 

John W. Gardner 

Herbert J. McClure 

Don C. Fees 

Green H. Hackworth 

Robert J. Mawhinney.. 

(Vacancy) _ ___ 

Theodore G. Risley 



United States Penitentiaries 

Atlanta, Ga. 

John W. Snook 

Arthur C. Aderhold 

Pet Fry.-.. 

Harvey F. Frick 

Leavenworth, Karu. 

Thomas B. White 

Fred Zerbst _ 

(Vacancy).. 

Paul J. Wise 

McNeil Island, Wash. 

Finch R. Archer 

Lee Morelock 

Walter J. Ilaniger 



Solicitor General 

Special assistant to the Attorney General 

Assistant to the Attorney General (Antitrust 

Division). 
Assistant Attorney General (Customs Divi- 
sion). 
Assistant .\ttorney General (Prohibition, 

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

Division). 
Assistant Attorney General (Admiralty, 

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

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

Director, Bureau of Investigation 

Assistant Director, Bureau of Investigation.. 

Chief clerk. Bureau of Investigation 

Private secretary to the Attorney General 

Chief clerk and administrative assistant 

Assistant chief clerk 

Appointment clerk. . 

Chief, division of mail and flies 

Chief, division of supplies and printing.. 

Librarian 

Superintendent of prisons 

Attorney in charge of pardons 

.\ttorney in charge of titles 

General agent 

.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 



Warden 

DefJuty warden 

Assistant deputy warden. 
Chief clerk 



Warden 

Deputy warden 

Assistant deputy warden. 
Chief clerk. 



Minn . 
Vt.... 
N. Y.. 



N. Y... 
Calif... 



Ind. 



Mass.. 



W.Va. 
Okla.. 



Ind... 



4th.. 
2d... 
41st. 



14th. 

10th. 

5th.. 

8th.. 

4th.. 
6th.. 



Warden 

Deputy warden - 
Chief clerk 



D. C 

Va._.. 
D. C- 
Vt-..- 
Ind... 
Minn. 
Vt-... 
Kans.. 
Calif -- 
Va-... 
Idaho - 
N. Y.. 
Mich. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Nebr.. 
Ky...- 
Pa-..- 



2d. 



2d.-. 
3d... 
5th.- 
1st-- 
fith-. 
9th.. 
8th.. 
1st-. 
28th. 

ISt-- 

27th. 
29th. 
2d... 
9th.. 
5th.. 



$10, 000 
7,500 
9,000 

8, OCO 

7,500 

7,500 

7,500 

7,500 
7, 500 

7,500 

7,500 
6,000 
3,000 
3,600 
5.000 
3,000 
3,100 
3,000 
2,400 
3,200 
6,000 
4,600 
4,400 
5,600 
3,800 
3,900 
7,000 
7,000 



111. 



23d— 



Idaho.- 1st. 
5th. 
8th. 



Tenn... 
N. C- 



Okla. 
Kans. 



Ind. 



Wash.. 
Oreg... 
Wash . . 



8th. 



5th. 
1st. 



9th..- 



1st. 
ist- 
3d.. 



7,000 



1 6, 500 
3,800 
2,400 
3,300 



I 6, 500 
1 4, 400 



3,300 



' 5, 400 
' 3, 100 
' 2, 900 



•The Department 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 place of holding the various coiu-ts. In addition, there are given lists of the 
principal officers of the Department of Justice from the creation of their respective offices to the date of 
issue of the Register, and miscellaneous general information concerning the department and the courts. 
This Register is for sale by the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washington, D. C. 

' Including allowances. 

43 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



POSTMASTER GENERAL 

HARRY S. NEW, OF INDIANA 

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 



Bureau of the Postmaster 
General 

Joseph Stewart 

Horace J. Donnelly 

Thomas L. Degnan 

William E. Buffington. 

Thomas J. Howell 

Walter E. Kelly 

Alice Mummemhofl 

Charles E. Warren 

Alice B. Sanger 

Audus T. Davis 

Louis A. Delano 

Alfred H. Keim 

Terence H. Sweeney 

George W. Smith 

Inspection Service 

Grant B. Miller_ 

Cyrus M. Zimmerman 

Roscoe E. Mague 

Joe P. Johnston... 

Julius C. Lindland 

Park D. Colvin. 

William R. Keys 

William J. Maries. 

John W. Welhorn 

Robert B. Tvlundelle.- 

Louis A. Johnson 

Charles H. Clarahan 

Oliver B. Williamson.. _. 

Frederick W. Reuter 

Rush D. Simmons. 

Charles E. Caine 

Oharles Riddiford. 

Frank R, Barclay 

Bureau of the First Assistant 
Postmaster General 

John H. Bartlett 

Charles F. Trotter 

William R. Spillman 

Lorel N. Morgan 

Thomas G. Mallalieu 

Frank E. McMillin 

Frank C. Staley 

John R. Tullis... 

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Special assistant to the Attorney General 

Solicitor 

Purchasing agent 

Comptroller 

Chief clerk and superintendent »... 

Assistant solicitor 

Private secretary to the Postmaster General- 
Assistant chief clerk 

Assistant chief clerk, in charge of mails and 
files. 

Appointment clerk 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief clerk to purchasing agent 

Assistant and chief clerk to comptroller 

Traffic manager 

Chief post office inspector. 

Assistant chief inspector 

Superintendent office of chief inspector 

Inspector in charge, Atlanta, Ga 

Inspector in charge, Austin, Tex 

Inspector in charge, Boston, Mass 

Inspector in charge, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Inspector in charge, Chicago, IlL 

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, Spokane, Wash 

Inspector in charge, Washington, D. C 



First Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy first assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent, Division of Post Office Serv- 
ice. 

Superintendent, Division of Postmasters' 
Appointments. 

Superintendent, Division of Motor Vehicle 
Service. 

Superintendent, Division of Post Office 
Quarters anil Engineering. 

Superintendent, Division of Dead Letters 
and Dead Parcel Post. 

Assistant superintendent, Division of Post 
OflSce Service. 



Mo.... 
D. C... 

Pa 

Pa 

Mass.. 
Ohio... 
Ind.... 
D. C... 
Ind.... 



Mo... 
Mass... 
D. C_.. 
Minn.. 
Okla... 



Ohio... 
Kans..- 
Mass... 
Mo..._ 
N. Dak 
N. Y... 
Tenn... 
Minn_. 

Ind 

Ind 

N. Y... 

Ill 

W. Va. 

Ill 

Wis.... 
Mich .. 
Wash.. 
Pa 



NH... 
Colo... 
Kans... 

W. Va . 

Nebr... 

Md-... 
Okla... 
Ohio... 



5th.... 



26th. 
18th. 
7th.. 
1st.. 
7th.. 



7th- 



16th. 
13th. 



4th.. 
4th- 



14th 
1st.. 
5th-. 
3d.. 
2d- 
33d. 
3d... 
4th.. 
9th.. 
7th.. 
37th 
14th 
4th-. 
22d. 
4th.. 
8th-. 
5th.. 
19th 



2d... 

1st.. 
5th.. 



3d.- 
6th. 
6th. 
8th. 
Sth. 



$7,500 
6,500 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
3,200 
3,500 
2,900 

3,500 
3,500 
3,100 
3,200 
2,900 



6,500 
5,200 
3,300 
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 



7,500 
5,400 
5,400 

4,400 

4,200 

5,400 

3,600 

4,000 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



45 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Bureau of the Second Assistant 
Postmaster General 

W. Irving Glover 

Chase C. Gove 

William E. Triem 

Eugene R. White 

William I. Votaw 

James H. Knox 

Earl B. Wadsworth 

Railtvay Mail Service 

Aleyne A. Fisher 

Eugene W. Satterwhite 

C. P. KendalL 

Rudolph S. Brauer I 

Robert L. Henderson 

Melville E. Evans..- 

Walter H. Riddell 

Joseph Formanek 

Samuel M. Gaines... 

Clarence G. Goodloe 

Frank F. McBride 

Edward McGrath 

Henry M. Robinson.. 

Warren L. Tilton 

Warren C. Van Dervoort 

Roger P. Williams 

William F. Yarrington 

Bureau of the Third Assistant 
Postmaster General 

Robert S. Regar 

Harvey Lovejoy 

William T. S. Rollins 

Charles E. Matthews 

William C. Wood.. 

Clarence H. Buckler 

Michael L. Eidsness, jr 

Paul Freeman 

William W. Barre 

Bureau of the Fourth Assistant 
Postmaster General 

Harry H. Billany 

Harvey R. Nichol 

George L. Wood 

George Landick, jr 

Arthur C. Roberts 

JohnB. Cady_ 



Second Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy second assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent, Division of Railway Adjust- 
ments. 

Superintendent, Division of Foreign Mails... 

Assistant superintendent, Division of For- 
eign Mails, New York, N. Y. 

United States postal agent, Habana, Cuba... 

Superintendent of Contract Air Mail Service. 



General superintendent, Division of Railway 

Mail Service. 
Assistant general 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., Washington, D. C. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., Cleveland, Ohio.. 
Superintendent, R. M. S., Fort Worth, Tex . 

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

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, H. M. S., Seattle, Wash 

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



Third Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy third assistant and chief clerk 

Director, Division of Postal Savings 

Superintendent, Division of Money Orders.. 
Superintendent, Division of Classification... 
Superintendent, Division of Registered Mails 

Superintendent, Division of Stamps 

Superintendent, Division of Finance 

Stamped envelope agent, Dayton, Ohio 



Fourth Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy fourth assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent, Division of Rural Mails 

Superintendent, Division of Equipment and 
Supplies. 

Topographer 

Superintendent, Mail Equipment Shops 



Legal residence 



State 



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

N. C. 
Ind... 

S. C... 
Mass.. 



Vt... 

Pa... 

Ky_.. 
111-.. 
Colo- 
Ind.. 
111.... 
Ohio. 
Tex-- 
Va... 
Minn 
Calif- 



Ga-... 
Mo... 

Ill 

N. Y.. 

Mass., 



Pa.... 
Mo... 
Md_.. 
Okla.. 
Kans.. 
Md... 
Iowa. . 
Ohio.. 
Nebr.. 



Del... 
Mich . 
Md... 
Ind... 

N. Y.. 
D. C. 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th.. 
1st.. 
18th. 

9th.. 
6th.. 

3d.. 
15th. 



2d. 



30th.. 

6th-.. 
7th... 
1st... 
7th... 
10th.. 
22d— 
12th.. 
10th- 
4th... 
5th-. 

5th... 
10th- 
1st... 
2d—. 
8th... 



9th.. 
12th 
5th.. 
2d... 
3d... 
2d-.. 
10th 
19th 
3d... 



At L. 
2d.... 
2d.... 
13th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



33d. 



$7, 500 
5,400 
4,400 

4,400 
3,000 

3,500 
3,800 



5,400 

4,400 

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 



7,500 
5,400 
5,400 
4,400 
5,400 
4,400 
4,400 
3,500 
3,300 



7,500 
5,400 
4,200 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 



NAVY DEPARTMENT * 



SECRETARY 

CURTIS D. WILBUR, OF CALIFORNIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless other- 
wise indicated) 



Legal residence i 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



OfiBce of the Secretary 

T. Doup;las Robinson 

Edward P. Warner 

Capt. Yancey S. Williams 

Capt. Halsey Powell 

Capt. David E. Theleen 

Rear Admiral Harry H. 

Rosseau. 
Lieut. Commander Francis E, 

M. Whiting. 
Lieut. Commander William K 

Harrill. 

John B. May, Jr.-- 

Verne Simkins --. 

Elizabeth B. Brown 

Frank S. Curtis 

William D. Bergman 

Roy H. Moses 

Arthur H. Koiland 

Charles T. Ogle 

Office of Chief of Naval 
Operations 

Admiral Edward W. Eberle... 
Rear Admiral Thomas J. Senn. 

John T. Cuthbert 

Capt. Thomas T. Craven 

Rear Admiral Henry J. Ziege- 

meier. 
Rear Admiral Lucius A. Bost- 
wick. 

Capt. Arthur J. Hepburn 

Capt. Dudley W. Kno.x (re- 
tired). 

Capt. Walton R. Sexton 

Capt. Edward B. Fenner 

Capt. Allen Buchanan 

Capt. Arthur P. Fairfield 

Rear Admiral Frank H. Scho- 
field. 

Bureau of Navigation 



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 Office 

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 of the Navy. 
Private secretary to the Assistant Secretary 

of the Navy. 
Private secretary to the Assistant Secretary 

of the Navy for Aeronautics. 

Chief clerk .- 

Chief, appointment division 

Budget clerk and assistant chief clerk. 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, record division 



N. Y... 
Mass... 



33d.. 
8th.. 



Fla 

Ohio... 

R. L... 

Ohio... 

Va 

Pa 

Oreg... 
Ind 



3d.. 
6th. 



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



Chief of Naval Operations 

Assistant Chief of Naval Operations. 

C h ief clerk 

Director of naval communications — 
Director of fleet training division 



N. Y. 



President of the board of inspection and sur- 
vey. 

Director of naval intelligence.. 

In charge naval records and library — 



Rear Admiral Richard H. Leigh 

Capt. Orin Q. Murfin 

Edward Henkel 

Capt. Thomas R. Kurtz. 

Capt. L. B. Porterfield 

Capt. William P. Scott 

Capt. Wilbur R. Van Auken... 

Capt. Walter S. Crosley 

Capt. Edwin T. Pollock 



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 



10th. 



Ohio... 



3d. 



$7, 60O 
7,500 

(2) 

(2) 
(2) 
(.') 

3,400 
3,100 

2,400 

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



(2) 

(2) 

3,000 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 
(.') 

(2) 
(2) 

m 
(2) 
m 



(2) 

C) 
3,800 

(2) 
C-) 

m 
(2) 



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 division 

Hydrographer 

Superintendent Naval Observatory 

* There is issued annually by the Navy Department, as of January 1, the "Register of Commissioned 
and Warrant Officers 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 officer 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 States Navy and Marine Corps; .\lso Including Officers 
of the U. S. Naval Reserve (Active), Marine Corps Reserve (.Vctive), 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 75 cents a copy, from the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washington, 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. 

46 



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47 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Ordnance 

Rear Admiral Claude C. Bloch 

Capt. Andrew C. Pickens 

Frank S. Ray 

Bureau of Engineering 

Rear Admiral John Ilalligan.. 

Capt. Ernest L. Bennett 

Augustus C. Wrenn 

Capt. Joseph R. Defrees 

Capt. Carlos Bean 

Capt. Carlos Bean 

Commander Ormond L. Cox.. 
Commander Stanford C. 

Hooper. 
Commander Charles A. Dunn. 
Commander Halford R. Green- 
lee. 
Commander Timothy J. Kele- 

her. 
Lieut. Commander Robert J. 
Walker. 

Bureau of Aeronautics 

Rear Admiral William A. 

Moffett. 
Capt. Emory S. Land (CC).... 
Lieut. Commandei[ W. D. 

Thomas. 
Commander Newton H. 

White, jr. 
Lieut. Commander George D. 

Murray. 
Capt. H. C. Richardson (CC). 
Lane Lacy 

Bureau of Construction and 
Repair 

Rear Admiral J. D. Beuret 

Rear Admiral George H. Rock.. 

Henry C. Brunner 

Capt. W. P. Robert 

Capt. W. G. DuBose 

Capt. L. B. McBride 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Rear Admiral Luther E. Greg- 
ory. 

Capt. Paul L. Reed.._ 

Edward W. Whitehorne 

Capt. DeWitt C. Webb 

Commander Greer A. Duncan.. 

Commander Norman M. 
Smith. 

Lieut. Commander Richard H. 
GiSord. 

Horace D. Rouzer 

Louis W. Bates 

Edward C. Sherman. _ 

Frederic W. Southworth 

Edgar H. May 

William M. Smith 

Bureau of Supplies and 
Accounts 

Rear Admiral Charles Morris.. 



Capt. T. W. Leutze. 
Clyde Reed. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Chief of bureau _ 

Assistant to the chief of bureau. 
Budget ofHcer and chief clerk... 



Chief of bureau 

Assist.mt to the chief of bureau 

Chief 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 

Head of navy yard division . 

Chief of bureau 



Assistant chief of bureau 

Chief of administration division. 



Chief of plans divisions. 
Chief of flight division.. 



Chief of material division. 
Chief clerk 



Chief of bureau 

Assistant 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, and storage structures.. 
Submarine base and ordnance stations struc- 
tures. 
Aviation station structures 



Kirk Holmes I Civilian assistant. 

2 Pay of rank: see Navy Pay Tables in .\ppendLx. 



Dry dock structures 

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, chief of bu- 
reau. 
Assistant to the chief of bureau 

Special assistant. 



Legal residence 



State ^°"S- 
°^^^^ dist. 



N. Y. 



Va. 



D.C. 

N. Y. 



Mass... 
Mass... 



Md.... 
Ohio... 



Pa 

Minn.. 



9th. 



22d.. 



8th.... 



9th.... 



4th.... 



5th.... 



13th. 
14th. 



6th., 
15th. 



1st. 
9th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$3,400 



(2) 

(') 

3,300 

(2) 

(2) 

(}) 

(?) 

(2) 
(2) 

(2) 

(?) 



W 



(2) 
3,200 



(}) 

(2) 

3,400 

(2) 

(2) 



(») 

(?) 
3,400 

Q) 
{■") 

m 

5,600 
5,200 

an 

5,200 
5,200 

4,200 
5,200 



i}) 

6,800 

3,500 



48 



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NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence cquj. 
pensa- 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Medicine and 

Surgery 



Rear Admiral Edward R. Stitt. 



•Capt. Eugene J. Grow. 
William S. Gibson 



Surgeon General of the Navy and chief of 
bureau. 

Assistant to the bureau 

Chief clerk 



Md... 



4th. 



U. S. Marine Corps 

Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeune 

Brig. Gen. Dion Williams 

Charles A. Ketcham... -- 



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



Brig. Gen. Charles L. Mc- 
Cawley. 

William W. Trail 

Tonnis J. Holzberg - 

Brig. Gen. George Richards. .- 

Samuel F. Birthright — 

Col. John C. Beaumont. 



Major Gen. Commandant 

Assistant to Major General Commandant... 

Special assistant to Major General Comman- 
dant. 

Adjutant and inspector 

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

Quartermaster.. 



Md..-. 



5th.. 



Special assistant to quartermaster 

Chief clerk, quartermaster's department. 

Paymaster _.. 

Chief clerk, paymaster's department 

Director of operations and training. 



Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Rear Admiral Edward H. 

Campbell. 

■Capt. Frank B. Freyer... 

Lieut. Commander Charles J. 

P arris h. 
Commander John L. SchaSer. 

Maj. Clayton B. Vogel, U. S. 

M. C. 
Pickens Neagle 



Naval Establishment 

Navy Yard, Washington, 
D. C. 

Hear Admiral .\rthur L. 

Willard. 
Frank H. Bronaugh 



Judge Advocate General of the Navy 

Assistant Judge Advocate General of the Navy. 
Chief of the division of officers' records and 

international law. 
Chief of the division of administrative and 

admiralty law. 
Chief of the division of administration of 

justice. 
Solicitor; chief of the division of contract and 

real estate matters. 



U. S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Md. 

Rear Admiral Louis M. Nulton. 
Charles Schlegel.. 



First Naval District, 
Boston, Mass. 

Rear Admiral Philip Andrews. 

Patrick F. Walsh 

Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Hear Admiral W. D. Mac- 

Dougall. 
Leon G. Young 



Naval War College, Newport, 
R. I. 

Rear Admiral William V. Pratt- 
George D. Congdon 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



W. Va. 
D.C.. 



2nd. 



N. C. 



6th.... 



S. C. 



7th.... 



D. C. 



Superintendent 

Chief clerk Md 



Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Boston, Mass. 
Chief clerk 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



President.. 
Chief clerk. 



Mass... 



N. H... 



R. I-... 



2d. 



12th. 



1st... 



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



' Per diem. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



49 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Naval Establishment— Con. 

Third Naval District, New 
York, N. Y. 

Rear Admiral Charles P. 

Plunkett. 
Lester S. Gray 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commandant of district and navy yard, 

New York, N. Y. 
Chief clerk -.- 



Fourth Naval District, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rear Admiral Thomas P. Ma- 

gruder. 
Henry G. Harris - 



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

Rear Admiral Robert E. Coontz. 
James H. McCuen.. - 



Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 



Rear Admiral W. C. Cole- 
John B. Fay, jr 



Sixth Naval District, 
Charleston, S. C. 



Capt. F. A. Traut- 
George Boggs 



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



Capt. Robert W. McNeely. 
Le Roy E. Blackwell 



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

Rear Admiral F. B. Uphan 

George A. McEvoy , 



Ninth Naval District, 
Great Lakes, III. 

Capt. J. F. Hines (retired).. 
Edward J. McGeogh 



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

Rear Admiral Josiah S. 

McKean. 
Mrs. Honora K. Henry 



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

Rear .\dmiral Thomas Wash- 
ington. 
Mrs. Georgia A. Elster 



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 



Commandant of district and navy yard. 

Mare Island, Calif. 
Chief clerk 



Legal residence qq^. 



State 



pensa- 
Cong. tion 
dist. 



N. Y... 9th... 



Pa. 



Va. 



Va. 



S. C. 



Fla. 



La. 



IlL 



N. J. 



8th. 



8th. 



4th... 



1st 



10th... 



4th. 



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



Calif.. 
» Per diem 



5th. 



(2) 



3 8.80 



m 



3 7.60 



3 8.48 



3 8.48 



3 8.80 



3 8.80 



(») 

3 8.48 



3 9.28 



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NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Naval Establishment— Con. 

Thirteenth Naval District, 
Seattle, Wash. 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Puget Sound, Wash. 
Chief clerk 






3 $8. 80 


Robison. 
James S. Lobdell 


Wash.. 


1st.-.. 


Fourteenth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
Pearl Harbor, T. H. 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Pearl Harbor, T. H. , 
Chief clerk 


(-) 


aid. 
Herbert L. Thompson 


Calif... 


3d 


3 10,24 


Fifteenth Naval District, 
Balboa, C. Z. 

Rear Admiral H. H. Christy 


Commandant .. 


(2) 


Miss Dorothy Gray 


Chief clerk 


C.Z... 




3 8.00 


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

Rear Admiral Sumner E. W. 


Commandant of district and naval station, 

Cavite, P. I. 
Chief clerk 






(2) 


Kittelle. 
Martin H Norris 


N. Y... 


4th.... 


3 9.68 


Naval Station, Olongapo, P. I. 


Captain of yard . 


(^) 


Naval Station, Guam, M. I. 
Capt. Lloyd S. Shapley (re- 








(2) 


tired). 
Antanasio T. Perez 


Chief clerk . 


Guam 




3 6.00 


Naval Station, Tutuila, Ameri- 
can Samoa 

Capt. Henry F. Bryan (retired) 
Harry P. Wood 


Commandant 




(^) 


Secretary to commandant 


N. Y... 


30th... 


3,800 


Naval Station, St. Thomas, 
V.I. 

Capt. W. Evans (retired) 

Naval Station, Guanta- 
namo Bay, Cuba 

Commander Charles C Soule 




(') 


Commandant . - . .... 






0) 


Joseph W. Gue 




Ala 


2d 


3 8.08 









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



3 Per diem. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



SECRETARY 

HUBERT WORK, OF COLORADO 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICLAL TITLE AND STAT'ON 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



Edward C. Finney.. 
John H. Edwards... 
Ernest O. Patterson. 
Ebert K. Burlew.... 
Joseph F. Gartland.. 
William J. Donald.. 
W. Bertrand Acker.. 

John Harvey 

Joshua B. Callahan.. 
George E. Scott 



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



General Land Office 



William Spry 

Thomas C. Havell. 



Herman C. Gauss 

Charles A. Obenchain. 



Chiefs of Dmsions 



Elmer I. Baldwin.. 
Herbert L. Brooks. 



Clarence L. Bullion... 
Frederick R. Dudley. 

William J. McGee 

John O'Connell 

Clinton 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 

Albert C. Horton, jr 

Herman Jaeckel 

George D. D. Kirkpatrick. 



Ernest P. Rands. 
John P. Walker- 



Cadastral Engineer in Charge 
Eckley C. Guerin. 



First Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary... 

Solicitor 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary 

Chief inspector 

Executive assistant to the Secretary 

Chief clerk 

Supervisor of classification. 

Chief disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of appointments, mails, and 
files. 

Chief, division of publications. 

Chief, division of supplies 

Chief oft rafBc division. 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner, and designated 
Chief of Law Division. 

Chief 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 files division 



Supervisor of surveys, Denver, Colo 

Associate supervisor of surveys, Denver, Colo. 



District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
Utah. 
District 
District 



cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 

cadastral engineer, Helena, Mont 

cadastral engineer, Phoenix, Ariz 

cadastral engineer, Denver Colo 

cadastral engineer. Salt Lake City, 

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



Cadastral engineer in charge, Juneau, .Alaska. 



1 Additional $1,000 per annum from eapitol roll. 



Kans... 
Ind.... 
S. Dak 

Pa 

Pa 

Colo... 

N. y... 

Tex.... 
Md._.. 
Ga 



W. Va. 
W. Va 
Iowa.. 



Utah.. 
Tenn. 



Conn. 
Ill 



Minn. 
N. J... 

Ohio.. 
Minn. 
Mich. 
Wis... 
Nev... 

La 

D. C. 



Wyo.- 
Ind... 



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



Oreg. 

Va... 



Oreg. 



2d.... 
3d.... 
3d.... 
16th.. 
16th.. 
4th... 
18th.. 
4th... 
6th... 
5th... 

1st... 
4th... 

nth.. 



2d.... 
10th.. 



4th... 
19th.. 



5th. 
2d.. 



13th.. 
8th... 
3d.... 
6th... 
AtL. 
8th... 



At L- 
5th... 



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



1st.. 
6th.. 



$7,500 
7,500 
7,000 
6,000 
4,800 
4,400 
4,600 
4,00 

> 2, 700 
3,500 

2,900 
2,900 
3,100 



7,500 
5,400 

3,400 
4,000 



3,100 
3,000 

3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,800 
3,000 
2.800 



5,200 
4,000 



4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 



4,000 



51 



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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. 



General Land Office — Con. 

Office, Cadastral Engineers 

Russel K. Allen 



John D. Adams 

Howard H. Snelgrovc- 



Norman L. King 

Alan R. McCord 

Thomas F. Mathias. 

George F. Naden 

Joel Q. Naret 

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



Registers, District Land Offices 



J. Lindley Green... 

Robert W. Taylor 

Elmer Reed 

Henry A. Morgan 

James W. Grubbs 

Brainerd B. Smith 

John C Ing. 

Walter Spencer 

Albert G. Stubblefleld.. 

George C. Crom_ 

Peter G. Johnston 

William Ashley 

James R. Waters 

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 

Hamill A. Canaday 

James W. Donnelly 

John Widlon 

EliF. Taylor. 

Arthur W. Doland 

James D. Gallup 

MartT. Christensen 

Joseph T. Booth 



Receivers, District Land Offices 



Lynn Smith 

Charles D. Jones. 



Inspection Service 



George E. Hair 

James A. Ramsey... 

Ralph S. Kellev 

William S. Wade... 

Walter S. Boyer 

Josiah A. Moore 

Joseph H. Favorite. 
John T. Murphy 



Chippewa Logging Service 
John D. Caldwell 



Administrative cadastral engineer, Denver, 

Colo. 

Office, cadastral engineer. Phoenix, .\riz 

Office, cadastral engineer, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Office, cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N. Mex.. 

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, cadjistral engineer, San Francisco, Calif. 



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. 

(e.\ officio), Nome, Alaska 

Phoenix, Ariz.__ 

Little Rock, Ark_ 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Sacramento, Calif 

Denver, Colo 

Pueblo, Colo 

Gainesville, Fla 

Blackford, Idaho 

Coeur d'Aleue, 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. 
.\laska. 

Ariz 

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

Fla 

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



2d. 



At L. 
2d.... 



At L. 
At L- 

1st.. - 
1st-.. 
1st... 
2d...- 
1st... 
Atlj. 



At L. 
2d.... 
9th... 
3d.... 
4th... 
3d-.. 
4th... 
2d.... 
1st... 
5th... 



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



3d_ 



Oreg... 
S. Dak. 
Utah... 
Wash.. 
Wvo... 
Wvo... 
Wyo... 



2d.... 
1st... 
2d.... 
5th... 
At L. 
.\tL. 
At L. 



Receiver (ex officio), Fairbanks, Alaska. 
Receiver (ex officio), Nome, .^.laska 



Assistant chief inspector, Washington, D. C.i S. Dak. 3d 

Division inspector. Anchorage, Alaska I N.Mex. At L.. 

- ' ' ' ' ~ " " Wvo...' At L.. 

Mo-... 

Wash..! 2d 

111 I 21st... 

Md 6th.... 



Division inspector, Denver, Colo. 

Division inspector, Helena, Mont 

Division inspector, Portland, Oreg 

Division inspector. Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Division inspector, San Francisco, Calif. 



Division inspector, Santa Fe, N. Mex ' Wis 6th... 



Superintendent of logging, Cass Lake, Minn -I Wis 11th... 



5 .$500 and fees and commissions. 



* Fees and commissions. 



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53 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Office of Indian Affairs 



Charles H. Burke 

Edgar B. Meritt- --- 

Charles F. Hauke 

William R. Layne 

Fred li. Daiker 

Hamilton Dimick 

Walter B. Fry 

William A. Marschalk, jr. 

Earl G.Torrey --- 

Benjamin S. Qarber -- 



Indian Field Service 



Hervey B. Pearis 

M. C. Guthrie -- 

Thomas B. Roberts, sr. 

Herbert H. Fiske 

Samuel Blair -- 

Charles F. Feirce 

John A. Buntin 

Fred C. Campbell 

Charles L. Ellis 

Chester E. Faris 

Oscar H. Lipps 

Oscar C. Upchurch 

Ross L. Spalsbury 

Peyton Carter 

E. H. Hammond 

W. W. Coon 

Edna Groves 

Herbert C. Calhoun 

Wendell M. Reed 

Charles R. Olberg 

Herbert F. Robinson... 

Lester M. Holt--- 

Wilbur S. Hanna 

Charles A. Engle 

Herbert V. Clotts 

W. .\ncel Walker 

John F. Truesdell - 

Walter S. Stevens. 

Elinor D. Gregg -- 



Walter C. Cochrane... 
J. P. Kinney 

Herbert J. Hagerman. 
Charles E. Dagenett.. 

Reuben Perry 

Clark B. Dickinson... 
Fred C. Campbell 



Harry R. Hummer... 

Frederic Snyder 

S. A. M. Young 

lames E. Henderson. 

Leo S. Bonnin 

William O. Roberts.. 

L. W. CorrelL. 

Robert J. Enochs 



Byron A. Sharp 

Clyde H. Gensler 

Harvey K. Meyer 

Edgar A . .\llen 

Edward E. McKean. 

Calvin H. Asbury 

Edward J. Peacore... 
Charles L. Ellis 



Oscar C. Upchurch. 



Charles E. Coe 

Charles L. Davis.. 
John T. Marshall. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commissioner of Indian Affairs 

Assistant Commissioner of Indian Aflairs. 

Chief clerk- 

Attorney.- 

Chief, inspection division 

Chief, finance division.. 

Chief, purchase division 

Chief, land division 

Chief, probate division 

Acting chief, administrative division 



General superintendent of Indian Afiairs 

Acting chief, medical division-. 

Special inspector, at large 

Inspector, at large 

Inspector, at large 

Supervisor, at large 

District superintendent 

District superintendent- 

District superintendent 

District superintendent 

District superintendent 

District superintendent -. 

District superintendent, at large -. 

District superintendent, at large 

District superintendent, at large 

Supervisor, at large -. 

Supervisor of home economics, at large 

Supervisor, at large -- 

Chief irrigation engineer, at large 

Assistant chief irrigation engineer, at large. — 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Field cost accountant, at large 

Superintendent of irrigation, at large 

Medical director, at large 

Supervisor of field nurses and field matrons, 

at large. 

Special attorney for Pueblo Indians 

Chief supervisor of forests, at large 

Special commissioner, at large. 

Supervisor of Indian employment, at large. .. 

Superintendent, ."Vlbuquerque, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Bismarck, N. Dak 

District superintndent in charge. Browning, 

Mont. 

Superintendent, Canton, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Stewart, Nev.. 

Superintendent, Fort Wingate, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Cherokee, N. C 

Superintendent, Concho, Okla. 

Superintendent, Cheyenne Agency, S. Dak. 

Superintendent, Chilocco, Okla 

Superintendent and physician, Philadelphia, 

Miss. 

Superintendent, Plummer, Idaho . 

Superintendent, Parker, Ariz 

Superintendent, Nespclem, Wash 

Superintendent, Cass Lake, Minn 

Superintendent, Ignacio, Colo 

Superintendent, Crow .\gency, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Thompson, S. Dak 

District superintendent in charge, Muskogee, 

Okla. 
District superintendent in charge, Flandrcau, 

S. Dak. 

Superintendent, Di.xon, Mont 

Superintendent, Whiteriver, .\riz 

Superintendent, Harlem, Mont 



Legal residence 



State 



S. Dak. 
Ark...- 
Wash.. 

Ky 

D. C... 

Ala 

D. C... 

Fla 

Mich.- 
Va 



Cong, 
dist. 



2d... 
7th.. 
3d... 
10th. 



9th. 



Kans... 
N. C... 
S. Dak. 
Calif... 

Va I 

S. Dak. 

Ill 

Mont.. 
Okla... 
Wyo... 
Tenn-- 
Wash.. 
Kans... 
Okla... 
Md.... 

Pa 

Oreg... 
Okla... 
N. Mex 
Calif.. - 
N. Mex 
Wash.. 
Mont-. 
Idaho.. 
Cahf... 
Wash.. 
Colo... 

Ill 

Colo... 



3d... 
8th.. 
10th. 



2d.. 
6th. 
2d.. 



1st.- 
25th. 
1st.- 
6th.. 



2d. 



2d... 
2d... 

1st.- 
21st- 



2d... 
'oth'" 
4th"." 



1st-. 
10th. 
2d... 



20th.. 



N. Mex 
N. Y... 
N Mex. 
Kans... 

Ill 

Ark-..- 
Mont.- 

S. Dak- 
N. Y-. 
S. Dak. 
N. C... 
Okla... 

Ariz 

Kans... 
Fla 

Ind 

S. Dak. 

Mo 

Kans... 
N. Y... 

Ind 

Ariz 

Cahf... 

Ohio... 

Oreg... 
Minn.. 
Ala.... 



34th. 



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

1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



1st.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
6th.. 
2d... 
4th.. 



nth. 
3d... 
4th.. 
2d... 
36th. 
nth. 
8th.. 
9th.. 



15th... 



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



$7,500 
5,400 
3,400 
4,000 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 



5,200 

(') 

3,800 

3,100 

3,000 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

5,200 

4,600 

3,800 

3,800 

3,80o 

3,800 

3,800 

3,000 

3,600 

4,000 

2.400 

3,000 
5,200 
6; 000 
2,400 
3,600 
2,400 
3,800 

3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,000 
2,700 
3,000 
3,600 
3,000 

2,500 
2,700 
3,000 
3,800 
2,700 
3,600 
2,700 
3,800 

3,800 

3,300 
3,600 
2,400 



1 Detailed from Public Health Service. 



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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. 



Lewis W. Page. 
Orrin C. Gray.. 
Stephen Janus.. 
Oscar H. Lipps. 



William E. Thackrey. 

Charles Eggers 

John S. R. Hammitt-. 

Herbert B. Jolley 

Sam B. Davis 

Clyde M. Blair 

Patrick Hamley 



James P. Ryder.. 
John D. Keeley.. 
Edgar K. Miller . 
Carl A. Gossett.. 
E. A. Farrow 



William R. Beyer. 
John A. Buntin... 



LeRoy D. Arnold. 
Philip S. Everest-. 
John W. Elder 



John G. Hunter 

George C. Hammer- 
Owen M. Boggess... 
Charles L. Ellis 



L. E. Baumgarten. 



Superintendent, Elbowoods, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Bidwell, Calif 

Superintendent, Fort Hall, Idaho.. 

District superintendent in charge, Lapwaii, 

Idaho. 

Superintendent, Mohave City, Ariz 

Superintendent, Poplar, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Totten, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz. , 

Superintendent, Genoa, Nebr... 

Superintendent, Lawrence, Kans 

Superintendent, Supai, via Grand Canyon, 

Ariz. 

Superintendent, Hayward, Wis 

Superintendent, Hoopa, Calif 

Superintendent, Kemams Canon, Ariz 

Superintendent, Dulce, N. Mex... 

Superintendent and physician, Cedar City, 

Utah. 

Superintendent, Keshena, Wis. 

District superintendent in charge, Anadarko, 

Okla. 

Superintendent, Klamath Agency, Oreg 

Superintendent, Lac du Flambeau, Wis 

Superintendent and physician, Laguna, N. 

Mex. 

Superintendent, Leupp, Ariz 

Manager, Nespit, Wis 

Superintendent, Mescalero, N. Mex 

District superintendent in charge. Riverside, 

CaUf. 
Superintendent, Mount Pleasant, Mich 



D. C. 

Calif.., 
N Dak. 
Tenn.. 

Colo... 
Okla... 
S. Dak . 

Ariz 

Tenn.. 
Kans... 
Idaho . 

Mont.. 
Oreg... 
Mo.... 
Ind.-.. 
Calif... 

N. Dak 
111 



3d... 
2d... 

1st.. 



August F.Duclos Superintendent, Fort Defiance, Ariz. 

CarlB. Boyd_.._ ~ ' . . . .- 



William K. Harrison 

Thomas F. McCornish. 

J. Ge.oTge Wright 

Arvel R. Snyder 

John B. Brown 

Claude R. Whitlock 

B. P. Six 

Ernest W. Jermark 

Jam-es W. Balmer 

Samuel F. Stacher 

Jeremiah L. Suflecool... 

Sharon R. Mote 

Mark L. Burns 

L. W. Shotwell 

Charles M. Ziebach 

Jacob Breid 

L. A. Dorrington... 

Jas. H. McGregor 

James B. Kitch. 

Albert H. Kneale 

Burton L. Smith 

Edward S.Stewart 

L. A. Spencer 



Adelbert W. Leech... 

F. M. Conser 

Reuben P. Haas 

William C. Willahan. 
Chester E. Faris 



Eugene D. Mossman.. 

William B. Sams 

Ralph P. Stanion 

Lindley M. Compton. 
Charles B. Lohmiller. 

William A. Light 

Fred A. Gross 

James H. Hyde 

Henry M. Todwell 

Omar L. Babcock 

Carl Stevens 

Ray R. Barrett 



Superintendent and physician, Neah Bay, 

Wash. 
Special ageint in charge, Salamajica, N. Y... 

Superintendent, Santa Fe, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Pawhuska, Okla 

Superintendent, Pawnee, Okla. , 

Superintendent, Phoenix, Ariz 

Superintendent, Pierre, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Sacaton, Ariz 

Superintendent, Pine Ridge, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Pipestone, Minn 

Superintendent, Crown Point, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Miami, Okla._ 

Superintendent, Rapid City, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Red Lake, Minn 

Superintendent, Rocky Boy, Mont 

Superintendent, Rosebud, S. Dak_ 

Superintendent and physician, Toledo, Iowa. 

Superintendent, Sacramento, Calif 

Superintendent, Chemawa, Oreg 

Superintendent, San Carlos, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Shiprock, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Santa Fe, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Sells, Ariz 

Special commissioner in charge, Fort Myers, 
Fla. 

Superintendent, Shawnee, Okla 

Superintendent, Riverside, Calif 

Superintendent, Fort Washakie, Wyo.. 

Superintendent, Sisseton, S. Dak 

District superintendent in charge, Albuquer- 
que, N. Mex. 

Superintendent, Fort Yates, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Hoquiam, Wash 

Superintendent, Fort Apache, Ariz 

Superintendent, Tomah, Wis 

Superintendent, Lame Deer, Mont 

Superintendent, Valentine, Ariz 

Superintendent, Tulalip, Wash 

Superintendent, Belcourt, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Duchesne, Utah 

Superintendent, Pendleton, Oreg 

Superintendent, Wahpeton, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Schurz, Nev 



Oreg... 
Wis.... 
Nev 



5th.. 
2d... 
15th. 

1st.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
5th.. 
12th. 

2d... 
25th. 



Ariz 

Wis.... 
Ky.... 
Okla... 



Ill 

S.Dak. 
Md.... 



N. Y... 
N.Mex. 

Ill 

Kans... 

Okla... 

Mo.-.. 

Wyo... 

Kans... 

Minn.. 

N.Mex. 

Mo.... 

Kans... 

Kans... 

S. Dak. 

Ind... 

Mo... 

Nebr.. 

Oreg-. 

Ariz-.. 

N. Y.. 

CaliL- 

Okla.. 

Fla.... 



8th. 
6th. 

2d.. 
1st. 
8th. 



2d... 
1st.. 
2d— 
3d... 

8th.. 



6th.. 
10th. 



6th.. 



Kans... 
Calif... 
Okla... 
Nebr... 
Wyo... 

Iowa... 
Wash.. 
Colo... 
Wis—. 
Mont-. 
Kans... 
Nebr... 
N.Dak. 
Okla.-. 

Ariz 

Ind 

Mo.... 



5th.. 
3d-.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 



2d. 



39th. 



6th.. 
4th.. 



2d.... 
11th.. 
8th... 
5th... 
5th... 



13th. 
1st-. 
1st.. 
7th.. 



2d...- 
6th... 
3d.... 
3d.._ 



7th. 
3d.. 



$2,700 
2,100 
3,000 
3,800- 

2,400 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
3,00& 
3,900 
2,100 

2,700 
2,400 
3,000 
2,700- 
2, 700 

3,000- 
3,800- 

3,600 
3,000 
2,700 

2,700 
4,200 
2,700 
3,800 

2,700 
3,600 
3,400 

1, 750' 
3,300 
5, 600 
2,700 
3,900 
2,700 
3,000 
3,600 
2,700 
3,000 
3,100 
2,700 
3,000 
2,100 
3,600 
3,600 
3,800 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
•3,000 
2,700 
3,300 

2,400 
3,600 
3,300 
2,600 
3, 800 

3,300 
2,700 
2,700 
3,000 
2,700 
2,400 
3,000 
2,400 
3,000 
2,400 
2,400 
2,700 



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55 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Ofilce of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Service — Con. 



Jesse B. Mortsolf. 

Chester L. Walker 

Emmett E. McNeilly... 

Frank T. Mann 

Evan W Estep 

Robert E. L. Daniel 

Geo. A. Trotter 

Robert A. Cochran 

Burton B. Custer 

Richard C. Jordan 

M. Eleanor Allen 

Albert Asendorf 

Mary Morley 

Joseph N. Kagey 

Edward Swengel 

Jack Brown 

O. A. Wright 

William E. Van Cleave. 



Board of Indian Commissioners 



George Vaux, jr 

Warren K. Moorehead. 

Sarauel A. EUot 

Frank Knox 

Daniel Smiley 

Hugh L. Scott 

Clement S. Ucker 

Flora Warren Seymour. 

John J. SulUvan 

Malcolm McDowell 



Pension Office 



Winfleld Scott 

Edward W. Morgan. 

Orville L. Ganbin 

Alfred D. Wilkinson. 



Chiefs of Divisions 



(Vacancy) 

Harry P. Willey, attorney 

John S. Beach 

Alvah H. Thompson 

Elmer E. Miller 

Merrilt L. Dawkins 

J. Finney Engle 

OsKir J. Randall 

Franklin J. Robinson 

De Witt C. Cook 



Bureau of Education 



John J. Tigert 

I^ewis A. Kalbach. 



Chiefs of Divisions 



Arthur J. Klein 

Mrs. Katherine M. Cook. 

Walter S. Deffenbaugh 

James F. Rogers 



James C. Boykin 

Frank M. Phillips.... 

John D. Wolcott 

Lewis R. Alderman... 
Jonathan H. Wagner- 
William Hamilton 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



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



Warmsprings, Oreg 

Tuba City, Ariz 

Owyhee, Nev 

Winnebago, Nebr 

Toppenish, Wash 

Wagner, S. Dak 

Blackrock, N. Mex 

Chicago, 111 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Francisco, Calif 

Ardmore, Okla 

Sapulpa, Okla 

Eufaula, Okla 

Hartshorne, Okla 

Seminole, Okla 

Tahlequah, Okla 

Millerton, Okla 

and physician, Talihina, 



Legal residence 



State 



Ind... 
Pa.-.. 

Ill 

W.Va. 
N.Mex. 
Ariz... 
lowa.- 

111 

Ariz... 

Nebr.. 

Okla.. 

Okla.- 

Okla-. 

Okla.. 

Okla... 

Okla... 

Okla 

Ind- 



Chairman, 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Secretary.. 



Bryn Mawr, Pa.. 

board, Andover, Mass 

board, Cambridge, Mass 

board, Manchester, N. H 

board, Mohonk Lake, N. Y. 

board, Princeton, N. J 

board. Savannah, Ga 

board, Chicago, 111 

board, Philadelphia, Pa 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th.. 
I8th. 
23d.. 
4th.. 



10th. 
25th. 



2d. 



9th... 



Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner 

C hief clerk . _ 

Assistant chief clerk and coordinator. 



Okla- 
Vt... 
Md.. 
Pa... 



Ohio... 



Medical referee, chief, medical division.. 

Chief, law division.. 

Chief, retirement division i N. Y. 

Chief, board of review ! Kans. 

Disbursing clerk, chief, disbursing division... I Kans. 



Chief, special examination division. 

Chief, invalid division. 

Chief, finance division 

Chief, widow division 

Chief, record division 



Commissioner of Education. 
Chief clerk 



Chief, division of higher education 

Chief, rural education division 

Chief, city schools division 

Chief, physical education and school hygiene 
division. 

Chief, editorial division 

Chief, statistical division 

Chief, library division 

Acting chief, service division 

Chief, .Alaska division, Seattle, Wash 

Assistant chief, Alaska division, Washing- 
ton office. 



Mo_ 
Pa... 
Pa... 
Md.. 
N. Y. 



Ky 

Pa 



D. C... 
Colo... 
W.Va. 
Conn.. 

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

Oreg... 
Wash.. 
Pa 



8th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
12th. 



15th. 
27th. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
10th. 
6th.. 
5th.. 
33d.. 



7th.._. 
14th... 



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



1st.., 
36th. 
1st.., 
1st.. 
-30th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$2,400 
3,000 
2,400 
3,000 
3,000 
2,400 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,400 
2,100 
2,400 



(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(1) 
(') 

(n 
0) 
(') 

'■3,» 



6, 500 
5,400 
3,400 
3,100 



4,000 
3,400 
3,400 
3,800 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
2,400 



7,500 
4,000 



5,400 
5, 200 
5,200 
4,000 

3,400 
3,100 
2,800 
4,000 
4,200 
2,700 



> Serves without compensation. 

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



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION I Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless t 

otherwise indicated) State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Education — Con. 

District Superintendents of 
Schools in Alaska 



Charles W. Hawkesworth 

Benjamin B. Mozee 

Earl J. Beck 

Clark M. Garber 

George A. Morlander 

Ernest L. Range - — 

Physicians in Charge of Hospitals 



P. Livingston Barnes. . 
Birchard A. Van Loan. 

Charles Firestone 

John W. Huston 

Eben W. White 



Superintendent of schools, southeastern dis- 
trict, Juneau, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, central district, 
Anchorage, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, southwestern dis- 
trict, Kanakanak, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, western district, 
Akiak, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, northwestern dis- 
trict, Noorvik, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, Seward Peninsula, 
Nome, Alaska. 



Physician, Akiak, Alaska 

Physician, Noorvik, Alaska 

Physician, Kanakanak, Alaska. 

Physician, Juneau, Alaska 

Physician, Tanana, Alaska 



Geological Survey 



George Otis Smith. 

Julian D. Sears 

John J. Madigan. 



Director 

Administrative geologist. 
Chief clerk_ 



S.J. Kubel [ Chief, engraving and printing. 

B. H. Lane Editor 

J. L. V. McCora I Librarian 



Geoloaic Branch 



Walter C. Mendenhall. 
T. W. Stanton 



G. F. Loughlin 

George R. Mansfield. 



W. C. Alden 

L. W. Stephenson. 



E. F. Burchard. 



H. D. Miser 

Thomas B. Jaggar, jr. 
George Steiger 



Topographic Branch 



C. H. Birdseye 

Glenn S. Smith 

William H. Herron. 

T. Q. 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. Deeds 

B. E. Jones 

H. I. Smith 

H. B. Soyster... 



B. C. Patterson. 



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 acting 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, Alaska. 



Chief classification engineer 

Chief, mineral classification division 

Chief, agricultural division 

C hief , power division 

Acting chief, mineral leasing division 

Supervisor, oil and geologic operations, Mid- 
Continent District, Muskogee, Okla. 

Supervisor, oil and geologic operations. 
Pacific District, Taft, Calif. 



-Alaska. 
Alaska. 
N. Mex. 
Alaska . 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Wash.. 
Oreg... 
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Wash . . 
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Me.... 
Md.... 
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Nebr... 



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2d.. 



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16th... 


Ill 


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' With quarters and subsistence. 



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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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




Geological Survey — Con. 

Conscriation Branch — Con. 

J. W. Steele 

B. W. Dyer 

R. H. AUport 

C. L. Duer - — 

C. F. Williams 

W. W. Fleming -.- 

Water Mesources Branch 

N. C. Grover 

John C. Iloyt _ 

O. E. Meinzer 

W. D. Collins 

A. H. Horton 

O. Clyde Baldwin 

H. D. Beckman 

E. D. Burchard 

Max U. Carson 

W. E. Dickinson 

J. J. Dirzulaitis 

F. C. Ebert 

C. E. Ellsworth 

Robert Follansbee 

H. E. Grosbach 

A. W. Harrington 

O. W. Hartwell 

F. F. Henshaw 

Warren K. King , 

H. B. Kinnison 

W. A. Lamb... 

Lasley, Lee 

H. D. McGlashan 

O. L. Parker 

C. G. Paulsen 

A. B. Purton 

S. B. Soule 

M. R. Stackpole 

R. R. Woolley 

Bureau of Reclamation 

Ellwood IMeafl 

Porter W. Dent.... 

George C. Kreutzer.. 

Charles A. Bissell 

William F. Kubach 

Hugh A. Brown 

Charles N. McCulloch 

Reclamation Field Service 

Raymond F. Walter 

John L. Savage , 

Sinclair O. Harper. 

Leslie N. McClellan 

Erdman B. Debler 

Laurence R. Smith 

Porter J. Preston 

Homer J. Gault 

Rudolph C. E. Weber 

Leo J. Foster 

John C. Page 

Robert J. Newell 

Edward B. Darlington 

George O. Sanford 

Ralph Lowry 

Harvey M. Schilling 

Horace A. Parker.. 

Harold H. Jo^)nson 

Howard C. Stetson 

Lewis E. Foster 

54075—27 5 



Supervisor, oil and geologic operations, 
Rocky Mountain District, Casper, Wyo. 

District mining supervisor. Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

District mining supervisor, Billings, Mont.. 

District mining supervisor, Denver, Colo 

District mining 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, .\sheville, N. C 

District engineer, Honolulu, T. H 

Di.strict engineer, Tucson, Ariz 

District engineer, University, Va 

Engineer in charge, Los Angeles, Calif 

District engineer, Austin, Tex 

District engineer, Denver, Colo 

District engineer, Chicago, 111 

District engineer, Albany, N. Y 

District engineer, Trenton, N. J 

District engineer, Portland, Oreg 

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, LTtah 

District engineer, Madison, Wis 

Engineer in charge, Augusta, Me 

Hydraulic engineer. Salt Lake City, Utah — 

Commissioner 

Assistant commissioner 

Director or reclamation economics 

Chief, engineering division 

Chief accountant 

Chief, division of settlement and economic 

operations. 
Chief clerk 

Chief engineer, Denver, Colo 

Designing engineer, Denver, Colo 

General superintendent of construction, Den- 
ver, Colo. 

Electrical engineer, Denver, Colo 

Hydrographic engineer, Denver, Colo 

Chief clerk, Denver, Colo. 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz — 

Construction engineer. Elk Creek, Calif , 

Superintendent, Orland, Calif 

Superintendent, Montrose, Colo 

Superintendent, Grand Junction, Colo 

Superintendent, Boise, Idaho. 

Superintendent, Burley, Idaho 

Superintendent, Fairfield, Mont 

Construction engineer, Augusta, Mont 

Superintendent, Ballantine, Mont... 

Superintendent, Savage, Mont 

Sutierintendent, Malta, M(mt 

Superintendent, Mitchell, Nebr 

Superintendent, Carlsbad, N. Mex 



Legal residence 



Wyo.. 

Mont. 

Tex... 
Colo.. 
Ohio.. 
Okla.. 



N. J.. 

N. Y. 



111...- 
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N. Y. 



Idaho - 

111 

Iowa.. 
Calif.. 
N. Y.- 
Pa.... 
Calif.. 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Oreg.. 
Colo.. 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Pa.... 
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Wash . 
Idaho. 
Kans.. 
Wis... 
Me.... 
Utah.. 



Calif.. 
Tenn.. 
Colo.. 
Wash. 
Idaho. 
N. J... 

S. C... 



Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 

Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Ohio.. 
Ind... 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Mont- 
Wci'^h. 
Oreg.. 
Mont- 
Wyo.. 
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Colo.. 



AtL. 

1st.-. 

14th.. 
1st... 
17th.. 
3d.... 



9th.. 
35th. 



2d.. 
6th. 
43d. 



2d... 
6th.. 

7th.. 
8th.. 
38th 
13th 
7th.. 
10th 
1st.. 
1st.. 
24th 
18th 
1st.. 
1st.. 
10th 
1st.. 
10th 
35th 
3d.-. 
3d... 
5th.. 
3d.. 
1st.. 
2d... 



6th.. 
9th.. 
1st.- 
4th.. 
2a... 
3d... 



4th.. 



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

1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
20th. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
4th.. 
2d.-. 
2d... 
2d... 
4th.. 
2d... 
2d... 



6th,. 
2d... 



$5,400 

4,600 

4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 



5,400 
5,200 

4,600 
4,600 
4,600 

4,800 
4,000 
3,800 
4,200 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
4,200 
4,000 
3,300 
4,200 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
4,000 
4,200 
4,400 
4,000 
4,200 
3,800 
3,800 
3,000 
3,800 



10,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,400 
4,000 
3,200 

3,100 



6,000 
5,600 
5,400 

5,000 
4,800 
3,100 
4,600 
4,400 
3,500 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,600 
3,600 
3,400 
3,800 
3,900 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence Com. 



State 



1 pensa- 

Cong. tion 
dist. 



Bureau of Reclamation — Con. 

Reclamation Field Service— Con. 

Albert W. Walker 

Harry W. Bashore.. 

Frank A. Banks 

Herbert D. Newell 

. Frederick C. Youngblutt , 

Lawrence R. Fiock 

Ernest O. Larson 

James L. Lytel 

Walker R. Young 

Calvin Casteel 

Lester H. Mitchell 

liarold D. Comstock 

Frank F. Smith 

Bernard E. Stoutemyer 

James R. Alexander 

William J. Burke 

Ezra E. Roddis 

Arrnand Oflutt 

Richard J. Coffey 

Herbert J. S. Devries 



National Park Service 

Washington Office 

Stephen T. Mather 

Arno B. Cammerer 

Arthur E. Demaray 

George A. Moskey 

Ronald M. Holmes 



National Park Service at Large 
Bert H. Burrell 



Thomas G. Vint. 
Ansel F. Hall..-. 



Superintendents of National 
Parks 

Horace M. Albright — 



Charles G. Thomson. 

J. Ross Eakin 

M. R. Tillotson 

Richard T. Evans... 

Joseph Bolten 

George B. Dorr 

Lynne W. Collins 

Jesse L. Nusbaum... 



Henry P. Karstens 

Owen A. Tomlinson... 
William King Crippen. 

Roger W. Toll 

John R. White 



John S. R. Hammitt. 
Roy Brazell 



Superintendent, Fallon, Nev 

Construction engineer, \'ale, Oreg 

Construction engineer, Nyssa, Oreg 

Superintendent, Klamath Fall*, Oreg 

Superintendent, Newell, S. Dak 

Superintendent (acting). El Paso, Tex 

Assistant engineer. Salt Lake City, Utah... 

Superintendent, Yakima, Wash 

Construction engineer, EUensburg, Wash... 

Superintendent, Okanogan, Wash 

Superintendent, Powell, Wyo 

Superintendent, Riverton, Wyo 

Resident engineer, Guernsey, Wyo 

District counsel, Portland, Oreg 

District counsel, Montrose, Colo 

District counsel, Mitchell, Nebr 

District counsel, Billings, Mont 

Dostrict counsel, Denver, Colo 

District counsel, Berkeley, Calif 

District counsel. El Paso, Tex 

Director 

Assistant director 

Assistant to director 

Associate attorney 

Chief clerk 



Acting chief civil engineer, Yellowstone 
National Park, Wyo. 

Landscape engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

Chief park naturalist, Berkeley, Calif 



Nev 

Nebr... 
Idaho.. 
Oreg... 

Wis 

Tex 

Utah... 
Wash _ . 
Colo... 
Wash.. 

Me 

Wyo... 
Mont.. 
Idaho.. 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Mont . . 
Colo... 
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N.Mex. 



Ill 

Va..- 
Minn. 
Wash. 
Pa.... 



Assistant director. Field National Park 
Service, and ex officio superintendent Yel- 
lowstone National Park, Yellowstone 
Park, Wyo. 

Superintendent, Crater Lake National Park, 
Crater Lake, Oreg. 

Superintendent, Glacier National Park, Bel- 
ton, Mont. 

Superintendent, Grand Canyon National 
Park, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Hawaii National Park, 
Volcano House, Hawaii. 

Superintendent, Hot Springs National Park, 
Hot Springs, Ark. 

Superintendent, Lafayette National Park, 
Bar Harbor, Me. 

Acting chief park ranger, Lassen Volcanic 
National Park, Calif. 

Archaeologist of National Park Service and 
superintendent, Mesa Verde National 
Park, Mancos, Colo. 

Superintendent, Mount McKinles^ National 
Park, McKinley Park, Alaska. 

Superintendent, Mount Rainier National 
Park, Longmire, Wash. 

Superintendent, Piatt National Park, Sul- 
phur, Okla. 

Superintendent, Rockv Mountain National 
Park, Estes Park, Colo. 

Superintendent, Serjuoia National Park, and 
acting -superintendent. General Grant Na- 
tional Park, Sequoia National Park, Calif. 

Acting superintendent, Sullys Hill National 
Park, Fort Totten, N. Dak. (superintend- 
ent. Fort Totten Indian Agency). 

Supeiintendent, Wind Cave National Park, 
Hot Sprincs. S. Dak. 



1st 

6th_... 

2d 

3d 

3d 

16th... 

2d 

4th.... 

1st 

5th 

1st 



1st 

4th.... 

1st 

2d 

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Calif. 



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

1st. 
8th. 

2d.. 

2d.. 



> Salary paid by Public Health Service: National Park Service furnishes quarters, fuel, and light. 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


National Park Service— Con. 

Superintendents of National 
Parks — Continued 


Superintendent, Yosemite National Park. 

Yosemite National Park, Calif. 
Superintendent, Zion National Park, 

Springdale, Utah. 

Custodian, Aztec Ruin National Monument, 
Aztec, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Capulin Mountain National 
Monument, Capulin, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Carlsbad Cave National Monu- 
ment, Carlsbad, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Casa Grande and Tumacacori 
National Monuments, and superintendent, 
Southwestern monuments, Blackwater, 
Ariz. 

Custodian, Chaco Canyon National Monu- 
ment, Crown Point, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Colorado National Monument, 
Grand Junction. Colo. 

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, Gran Quivira National Monu- 
ment, Gran Quivira, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Montezuma Castle National 
Monument, Camp Verde, .\riz. 

Custodian, Muir Woods National Monu- 
ment, Mill Valley, CaMf. 

Custodian, Natural Bridges National Monu- 
ment, Blanding, Utah. 

Custodian, Navajo National Monument, 
Kayenta, .'^riz. 

Custodian, Papago Saguaro National Monu- 
ment, Tempe, Ariz. 

Custodian, Petrified Forest National Monu- 
ment, Holbrook, Ariz. 

Custodian, Pinnacles National Monument, 
Pinnacles, Calif. 

Custodian, Scotts Blufl National Monument. 

Custodian, Sitka National Monument, Sitka, 
Alaska. 

Custodian, Tumacacori National Monu- 
ment. 

Custodian, Verendrye National Monument, 
Sanish, N. Dak. 

Custodian, Wupatki National Monument, 
Flagstaff, Ariz. 

General manager, Anchorage, Alaska 


Mich. . 
Wyo... 

N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
Ariz 


12th... 
At L.. 


$5,000 
3,000 

1,600 

12 p. a. 

2,300 

2,200 

12 p. a. 

12 p. a. 

360 p. a. 

12 p. a. 


Eivind T. Scoyen 

Custodians of Xational Monu- 
ments 

George L. Boundey 

Clell Norwood .. . 


Thomas Boles 


Frank Pinkley 


Gus Griffin 


N. Mex. 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Wyo... 
N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
Ariz 


4th.... 

2d 

7th.... 


A. T. Gormley 


R. B. Moore . . 


John M. Thorn 


Evon Z. Vogt 


384 p. a. 


William H. Smith... 


240 p. a. 
120 p. a. 


Martin L. Jackson .. 


John T. Needham 


Calif... 
Utah... 
Ariz 


1st.... 
1st-.-. 


1,980 


Zeke Johnson .. 


12 p.a. 


John Wetherill 


12 p. a. 


Jamesie E. McClain . 


Ariz 




12 p. a. 


William Cox Buehler . 


Ariz 




1,680 


Washington Hawkins 


Calif.. - 

Nebr... 
Alaska - 

Ariz 

N. Dak. 

Ariz 


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

At L.. 


12 p. a. 


.\. N. Mathers . . 


12 p. a. 


Peter Trierschield 


12 p. a. 


John B. Bristol 


12 p. a. 


.^.dolph Larsen 


12 p. a. 


Jesse C. Clarke 


12 p. a. 


The Alaskan Railroad 

Noel W. Smith ... 


Pa 

D. C... 


16th... 


14,400 


Burton H. Barndollar 


Examiner'of accounts, Anchorage, .\laska 

.Assistant general manager. Anchorage, 
Alaska. 

Superintendent of transportation. Anchor- 
age, Alaska. 

Superintendent of motive power and equip- 
ment, .\nchorage, .\laska. 

Bridge engineer, .Anchorage, .\laska .. 


5,000 


Hugh Horn 


Wash.. 

Oreg... 

Wash.. 

Alaska. 
Wash.. 

.\laska_ 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 

Alaska. 
Alaska. 

Wash.. 
Wash.. 
Wash.. 
D. C... 


1st.... 

3d 

1st 

"ist."]^] 

1st 

1st— . 
1st.-. 


4,800 


John T. Cunningham... 


4,800 


Ross H. Hale 


4,500 


Charles H. Holmes 


3,600 


Fred H. Lounsbury 

George L. Jenkins 

Alfred G. Balls. 

Norman M. Lack 

Dewey W. Metzdorf 

James R. Delaney 

Jacob R. UmmeL- 


.\uditor of station accounts, .\nchorage, 
Alaska. 

Train master, .\nchorage, Alaska 

Special disbursing agent, .\nchorage, Alaska. 

.\ssistant to the general manager, Anchorage, 
Alaska. 

General storekeeper, .\nchorage, .\laska 

Clerk and special disbursing agent, Anchor- 
age, Alaska. 

Office manager, Seattle, Wash 


3,600 

3,300 
3,300 
3,000 

3,000 
2,700 

3,800 
3,600 
3,300 
2.800 


Leslie C ranier 

George C. Dickens 


Special disbursing agent, Seattle, Wash 

General agent, Washington, D. C, oflSce 



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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 



St. Elizabeths Hospital i« 



•William A. White. 
Arthur P. Noyes.. 
Monie Sanger 



Superintendent 

First assistant physician 

Assistant to the superintendent. 



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



34th... 



Medical Division 



Mary O'Malley 

Herbert C. Wooley.. 
Watson W. Eldridge. 
Nolan D. C. Lewis... 

Walter Freeman 

Edith M. Haydon... 
Sarah F. Schroeder... 
Celia B. Chapman... 



Clinical director 

Clinical director 

Senior medical officer 

Senior medical officer 

Senior medical officer 

Superintendent of nurses 

Principal psychiatric social worker. 
Principal occupational therapist 



Administrative Division 



Paul M. Lehman... 
Arnold W. Barbour. 

Homer Smith 

A. E. Offutt 

Porter L. Bush 

Honora O'Brien 

Clara Willard 

E. Harry Weisbrod. 
Charles B. Snyder.. 
Daniel J. Sullivan... 
Mildred E. Parker. . 



Chief clerk _ 

Secretary to superintendent 

Disbursing agent 

Purchasing agent 

Personnel officer 

Matron 

Librarian 

Chief engineer 

Superintendent of construction. 

Chief of commissary 

Chief dietitian 



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

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Va 

D. C... 
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Md-... 
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Iowa... 
D. C 
N. Y... 
D. C... 
D.C... 

Pa 

Miss... 

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3d.- 
27th'. 



3d... 
7th.. 
10th. 
13th. 



Freedman's Hospital '^ 



William A. Warfield.. 

B. Price Hurst 

Thomas E. Jones 

Lawrence W. Jackson. 

George W. Adams 

Jonathan R. C. Cook. 
^Vacancy) 



Surgeon in chief 

Roentgenologist 

Resident assistant surgeon . 

Resident physician 

Pathologist 

Anesthetist 

Superintendent of nurses... 



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



Howard University i' 



Hubert Work 

Mordecai W. Johnson. 

Emmett J. Scott 

F. D. Wilkinson 



Secretary of the Interior, patron ex officio. 
President --. 

Secretary-treasurer- 



W. Va. 
Ala. 



Registrar .-' D. C. 



$7,500 
5,600 
5.600 



5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
2,500 
2,400 
2,600 



2,400 
2,900 
3,200 
2,800 
2,400 
2,600 
2,300 
3,300 
3,300 
2,500 
2.500 



5,400 
3,000 
2,400 
2,040 
2,400 
1,860 



(19) 

7,000 
5,000 
2,700 

16 St. Elizabeths Hospital is an institution placed by law under the supervision of the Secretary of the 
Interior. . 

•' 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. 

1' Howard University is not a part of the Interior Department. It was incorporated by act of C ongress 
of March 2, 18C7, 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 March 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 1926-27 is $940,000, including $358,000 remaining of $370,000 appropriated by Congress for a new build- 
ing for the medical college. This sum was approved by the Comptroller General as expendable after 
1925-26, the year for which it was originally appropriated. 

" Serves without additional compensation. 



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Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


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


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


War Minerals Relief 












Commissioner 


Iowa... 


7th-... 


$5,800 


Southern Appalachian 
National Park Commission 






Henry W. Temple 


Chairman, Representative in Congress 

Vice chairman, National Arts Club, New 

York City. 
Palisades Interstate Park Commission, New 

York City. 
Appalachian Mountain Club, Salem, Mass.. 
Secretary, acting chief topographic engineer, 

U. S. Geological Survey. 
Clerk 


Pa 

N. Y... 


25th... 


(20) 


William C. Gregg 


(20) 


William A. Welch 


N. Y... 




(20) 




Mass 




(20) 


Glenn S. Smith 


Okla... 
D. C... 


3d 


(20) 


E Louise Belcher 


2,000 


Columbia Institution for the 
Deaf 21 










Territorial Officers 22 










Alaska 












Governor, Juneau 


Colo... 
Alaska- 


1st 


7,000 


Karl Theile 




3,600 


Hawah 














Hawaii. 
Hawaii. 




10,000 


Raymond C. Brown . . 


Secretary of the Territory, Honolulu 


5,409 









20 Serves without compensation. 

21 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. 

22 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. 135, 137. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



SECRETARY 

WILLTAM M. JARDINE, OF KANSAS 

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 



Renick W. Dunlap 

Francis M. Russell 

Milton S. Eisenhower.. 

Albert F. Woods .. 

Walter O. Campbell 

Clyde W. Warburton... 
Warner W. Stockberger ' 



Assistant Secretary Ohio... 

Assistant to the Secretary ' Iowa... 

Secretary to the Secretary I Kans... 

■ ■ ■' Md.... 

Ky 

Iowa... 

Ohio... 



Nelson A. Crawford . 
Robert W. Williams. 



Office of Personnel and 
Business Administration 

Warner W. Stockberger 

W. Ashby Jump 

Robert M. Reese 

Almerico Zappone 

Percy L. Gladmon 

Alex McC. .\shley 

Office of the Solicitor 



Robert W. Williams. 
Charles W. Boyle... 
Patrick D. Cronin... 



Fred Lees. 



Arthur H. McConville. 
Thomas G. Shearman.. 



John P. Wenchel. 



District Law Officers 



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 . 

Cliief personnel officer 

Chief, division of purchase, sales, and trafiQc 



Solicitor 

Assistant solicitor 

Senior attorney in charge, division of food 
and drugs, insecticides and fungicides, 
animal transportation, viruses, seed im- 
portation, tea inspection, and naval stores. 

Senior attorney in charge, division of national 
forests, grain futures, cotton standards. 
Federal warehouses, excess wool profits, 
food products inspection, standard con- 
tainer, and administration of Center Mar- 
ket. 

Senior attorney in charge, division of acqui- 
sition of lands. 

Attorney in charge, division of Federal aid 
roads, meat inspection, animal quarantine, 
plant quarantine, agricultural extension, 
and bee importation. 

Attorney in charge, division of wild life con- 
servation, estate claims, fiscal, personnel, 
contracts, and patents. 



Harry P. Dechant San Francisco, Calif. 

William F. Staley Portland, Oreg. 

Charles S. Brothers ' Missoula, Mont. 

Walter J. Ise 

Edwin S. French 

Manly G. Thompson 



Field Title Atlornevs 



Denver, Colo. 
Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Ogden, Utah 



Wilbur L. Newman Woodstock, Va... 

Howard A. Lamprey Ossipee, N. H 

Clem B. Wilson Hot Springs, Ark. 

John C. Laurent I Elkins. W. Va 

John Awtrey... ..i Franklin, N. C... 



Julius C. Fletcher 
Alfred S. Grigg... 
George E.TavIor. 
Stanley B. Hall.. 



Knoxville, Tenn 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Bristol, Va 

Winona, Minn 



Kans. 
Fla... 



Ohio. 
Md.. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



12th. 
7th.. 
5th_. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
3d-. 
17th. 



5th... 
3d... 



17th. 
2d... 



Md.... 


6th.... 


Fla 

D. C... 


3d 


Mass... 


10th... 


Kans... 


Gth.... 


Ohio... 


18th... 


N. Y... 


10th... 


N. C... 


10th... 


Ohio... 
Mich._ 
Utah... 
Nebr... 
Mich.. 
Iowa... 


2d 

8th.... 

2d 

3d 

9th.... 
5th.. ._ 


Va 

R. I.... 
W. Va . 
N. J.... 

Oa 

N. C._. 
Tenn.. 
Tenn-- 
Mass... 


7th.... 

2d 

1st 

5th.... 
7th..-. 
8th.... 
8th.... 

1st 

14th-.. 



1 Also senior physiologist in charge of drug plant investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. 
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63 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 

dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of Information 
Nelson A. Crawford 

Divhion of Publications 

Lynford J. Haynes 

Melvin C. Merrill 

Harry J. Demaree 

Frank D. Smith 

Francis J. P. Cleary 

Joseph H. Stevenson 

Clarence E. Bracey 

Maurice A. Downes 

Press Service 
Charles E. Gapen 

Radio Service 

(Vacancy) 

Library 

Claribel R. Barnett 

Emma B. Hawks 

Helen M. Thompson 

Lydia K. Wilkins 

Office of Experiment Stations 

Edwin W. Allen 

Walter H. Beal 

Howard L. Knight. 

Division of Insular Experiment 
Stations 



Walter H. Evans_ 
Hugo W. Alberts. 



John M. Westgate 

Daniel W. May.. 

Charles W. Edwards 

John B. Thompson 

Extension Service 



Clyde W. Warburton. 

Leonore B. Fuller 

Clarence B. Smith 

Abraham C. Cooley.. 



Joseph W. Hiscox. 
Raymond Evans.. 
Alfred C. True.... 
L. Emory White. . 



Director of mformalion. 



Chief 

Editorial chief 

Administrative assistant. 

Assistant in charge of printing and binding... 

Assistant in charge of distribution. 

.\ssistant in charge of illustrations 

Assistant in charge of duplicating work 

Assistant in charge of mailing lists 



Kans.. 



Iowa... 
Utah... 

Pa 

Pa 

111 

Kans... 

Va 

Md--.. 



5th. 



7th.. 
2d... 
19th. 
27th. 
25 th. 
4th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 



Chief. 



ni- 



nth.-. 



Chief. 



Librarian 

Associate librarian and chief of readers' divi- 
sion. 

Chief, catalogue and order division 

Chief, periodical division 



N. Y... 
Mass... 



Md.. 
D. C. 



28th. 
1st.. 



5th... 



Chief 

Associate in experiment stations administra- 
tion. 
Editor, Experiment Station Record 



Mass... 
Va 



Chief 

Senior agronomist in charge of Alaska sta- 
tions, Sitka, .\Iaska. 

Senior agronomist in charge of Hawaii sta- 
tion, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Senior agronomist in charge of Porto Rico 
station, Mayaguez, P. R. 

Animal husbandman in charge of Guam sta- 
tion, island of Guam. 

Agronomist in charge of Virgin Islands sta- 
tion, St. Croix, Virgin Islands. 



Director of extension work 

Administrative assistant 

Chief, office of cooperative extension work... 
Agriculturist in charge of demonstrations on 

reclamation projects. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Chief, office of exliibits 

Chief, of office of motion pictures 

Specialist in States relations work 

Administrative assistant in charge of ofHce of 

seed loans. 



Office of Cooperative Extension 

Work I 

Clarence B. Smith I Chief 

James .\. Evans. Assistant chief 

George E . Farrell j Senior agriculturist in charge of north-central 

division. 

Albert B. Graham Senior agriculturist in charge of subject-matter 

specialists. 

William A. Lloyd .| Senior agriculturist in charge of western di- 
vision. 

Oscar B. Martin Senior agriculluiist in charge of southern di- 

1 vision. 



MasS-.. 



Ind...- 
Wis.... 

Kans... 

Iowa... 

Mich__ 

Calif... 



Iowa . . . 
S. C.-.. 
Mich_- 
Utah..- 

Tenn-- 
Ohio.-. 
Conn_ _ 
N. Dak- 



Mich- 
La..- 
111 



4th..- 



9th. 
3d- 



N.Y... 

Ohio... 
S. C... 



5th. 
4th- 
4th. 

8th- 



3d... 
1st-. 
11th 
2d.. 

2d.. 
17th 

2d.., 
1st.. 



11th. 
4th.. 
22d.- 

ist.. 

16th. 

7th.. 



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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. 



Extension Service — Contd. 

Office of Cooperative Extension 
If'orfc— Continued 

Florence E. Ward 

Reuben Brigham 

Meredith C. Wilson 

Erwin H. Shinn 

Weatlier Bureau 

Charles F. Marvin 

Charles C. Clark 

William Weber 

Scientific and Service Divisions 

Benjamin A. Blundon 

Edgar B. Calvert 

Preston C. Day 

Harry C. Frankenfield 

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 

Harry E. Adams.. 

Henry P. Adams 

William H. Alexander 

Henry F. Alps 

J. Cecil Alter 

Hermann J. Andree 

John H. Armington 

Albert Ashenberge/ 

Homer W. Ball 

William E. Barron.. 

William S. Belden 

Walter J. Bennett 

Thomas A. Blair 

Dean Blake 

George S. Bliss 

Montello E. Blvstone... 

Walter E. Bonnett 

Edward H. Bowie 

Harry B. Boyer... 

Albert Brand 

Frederick W. Brist... 

William S. Brotzman 

Alexander G. Burns. 

John W. Byram 

Ernest Carson.. 

Leo G. Clapp 

Isaac M. Cline 



Senior agriculturist in charge of eastern di- 
vision. 

Agriculturist in charge of visual instruction.. 

Agriculturist in charge of reports and effi- 
ciency studies. 

Agriculturist in charge of section of agricul- 
tural instruction. 



Chief 

Assistant chief- 
Chief clerk 



Chief of supplies division 

Senior meteorologist in charge of forecast 
division. 

Meteorologist in charge of dimatological divi- 
sion. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of river and 
flood division. 

Meteorologist in charge of aerological division 

Senior meteorologist in charge of editorial 
work. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of meteorolog- 
ical physics. 

Meteorologist in charge of instrument division. 

Meteorologist in charge of solar radiation in- 
vestigations. 

Meteorologist in charge of agricultural mete- 
orology. 

Chief of printing division 

Chief of telegraph division 

Senior 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. 

Meteorologist and district forecaster 

Meteorologist in charge of fruit-frost investi- 
gations in the field, San Francisco, Calif. 



Junior meteorologist, Hartford, Conn_. 

Assistant meteorologist, Groesbeck, Te.x 

Meteorologist, Columbus, Ohio... 

Associate meteorologist, Reno, Nev. 

Associate meteorologist, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Junior meteorologist. Red Bluff, Calif 

Meteorologist, Indianapolis, Ind 

-Assistant meteorologist, Mobile, Ala.. 

Assistant meteorologist. Royal Center, Ind. 

Assistant meteorologist, Cairo, 111 

Assistant meteorologist, St. Joseph, Mo 

Associate meteorologist, Tampa, Fla 

Meteorologist, 'Lincoln, Nebr 

Assistant meteorologist, San Diego, Calif 

Meteorologist, Philadelphia, Pa 

Associate meteorologist, Huron, S. Dak 

-Assistant meteorologist, Fresno, Calif 

Senior meteorologist and district forecaster, 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Assistant meteorologist, Key West, Fla 

Assistant meteorologist, Evansville, Ind 

Associate meteorologist, Memphis, Tenn 

.\ssociate meteorologist, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Junior meteorologist, Sault Ste. .\iarie, Mich 

Junior meteorologist, Concordia, Kans 

Junior meteorologist. Port Arthur, Te.x 

Senior observer, Modena, Utah 

Senior meteorologist and district forecaster, 

New Orleans, La. 



Iowa.. 



Md.. 
N.Y. 



Ark.... 



Ohio. 
Pa... 
Tex.. 



3d. 



Mass. 
111.... 



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



Va. 



Pa-... 
N.H.. 

S. C... 

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



Md. 
Ind. 



Calif.. 
Oreg.. 



5th.. 
37th. 



5th.... 



12th. 
4th.. 
14th. 



16th. 
1st.. 



6th.. 
11th. 



28th. 
2Sth. 



7th... 



17th. 
2d... 



2d. 



1st... 
25th.. 
6th... 

5th... 
11th.. 

1st... 
3d.... 



8th.. 



N. H... 


2d 


Tex 


4th-... 


Colo... 


2d 


Ind.... 


10th.-. 


Ohio... 


14th... 


Ind..-- 


13th... 


Tex.... 


15th.-. 


Ind.... 


13th... 


Ill 


25th... 


Kans... 


1st 


Ohio... 


1st 


Calif... 


nth... 


Calif... 


nth... 


Iowa... 


6th-... 


Ariz 


At L.. 


Ind.... 


7th-... 


Tex...- 


7th 


Ga 


1st..-. 


N.J... 


2d 


Mich... 


2d 


Pa 


13th.-- 


Mich... 


2d..... 


Kans... 


5th.... 


Tex.... 


8th.... 


Nebr.-. 


6th.... 


Tex.... 


7th..-. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





• 

OFnCIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
jS<at(on«— Continued 




Tex 

Pa 

Ohio... 
Mich... 

Ill 

Mich... 
Mich... 
Mo____ 
Ohio... 
Mo-... 
Ohio... 
Ill 

Ohio... 
Mich... 
Ohio... 
N. C... 
Tex.... 
R. I-.. 

Ky 

N. C... 
Minn.. 
Del.... 

Pa 

Iowa... 

Mass... 

Tex 

W. Va- 

Tex-... 
N. Y... 
Kans... 
Md.... 

Va 

Mich.- 
Md..-. 
Mich... 

Wash.. 
W. Va. 
Ind.... 
Iowa... 
Calif... 
Ohio... 
Colo... 

Calif... 

Ky 

N. C... 

Tex 

111 

Mass... 
Utah... 
Oreg... 

Ky 

HI 

Fla 

Ill 

Tex.... 
N.Mex. 
Ohio... 
N. C... 

Mo 

Ky 

S.Dak. 

Vt 

Pa 

S.Dak. 

Ga 

Minn.. 
N. Y... 
Wash.. 
Mich... 


7th.... 
20th... 
20th... 
6th.... 
22d-.. 

2d 

6th..-- 
5th...- 
21st... 

1st 

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

1st 

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

1st 

10th... 

1st 

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

ist 

1st.... 

9th.-.. 
18th... 
4th.... 

17th... 

nth... 

7th-... 
6th.... 
8th.... 
5th.... 
4th.-.. 
7th.... 

3d 

2d 

nth... 
nth... 
nth... 

12th... 
2d 

7th.... 

1st 

9th.... 
14th... 
25th... 
16th... 

2d 

3d 

1st 

20th..- 

3d 

23d.... 
10th... 
At L.. 
13th... 
6th.... 
7th.... 
5th.... 

1st 

2d 

30th... 

2d 

10th... 
10th... 

nth... 

3d 

nth... 


$2,400 


Frank T. Cole 

Harvey S. Cole 

Frank 11. Coleman .. .. 


Assistant meteorologist, Due West, S. C 

Associate meteorologist. Little Rock, Ark 

Assistant meteorologist, Scranton, Pa 

Junior meteorologist, Amarillo, Tex 


2,500 
3,000 
2,400 




1,860 


McLin S Colloni 


Junior meteorologist. Lander, Wyo 


2,100 




Meteorologist, Detroit, Mich 


3,800 


Patrick Connor 

Claude C. Cooper.. 


Associate meteorologist, Kansas City, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist, Sandusky, Ohio 


3,000 
2,500 
2,200 


Howard B. Cowdriek 


Junior meteorologist, Houghton, Mich 

Senior meteorologist and district forecaster, 
Chicago, 111. 


1,920 


Henry J. Cox.. 

John Craig 

James W. Cronk 

William S. Currier 

Richard B Dailev 


5,400 
1,920 


.\ssistant meteorologist, Shreveport, La 

.Assistant meteorologist, Toledo, Ohio 

Junior meteorologist, Hatteras, N". C. .. 


2,400 
2,500 
1,860 


Lawrence 11. Daingerfield 

Walcott L. Day 

Robert H Dean 




4,000 


Junior meteorologist, Atlantic City, N. J 


1,860 
1,860 


Lee A. Denson 


Associate meteorologist, Raleigh, N. C. 

Meteorologist, Cincinnati, Ohio 


3,100 
3,200 


Harvey B. Dick 


Assistant meteorologist, Pueblo, Colo 

Assistant meteorologist, Reading, Pa 


2,500 
2,400 


Charles A. Donnel." 

Milton W. Dow.. 


Meteorologist and assistant district forecaster, 
Chic:igo, 111. 

Junior meteorologist, Sandy Hook, N. J 

Senior observer, W'innemucca, Nev 


4,000 
1,860 


Leo Dwight__ 

Ray A. Dyke 

George W. Eddey 


1,860 


Meteorologist and assistant district forecaster. 
New Orleans, La. 

Junior meteorologist, Block Island, R. I 

Meteorologist, Cleveland, Ohio __ 


4,000 

1,860 
3,800 


Eugene D. Emigh 

Cyrus H. Eshleman 

Edward A. Evans 

William H. Fallon 

Oliver L. Fassig 

Ernest L. Felton 

Elmer Fisher 


Assistant meteorologist, Augusta, Ga 

Junior meteorologist, Ludington, Mich 

Associate meteorologist, Richmond, Va. 

Junior meteorologist, Yankton, S. Dak 

Meteorologist, San Juan, P. R ... 


2,500 
1,920 
3,000 
2.000 
3,800 


Assistant meteorologist. Grand Junction, 

Colo. 
Junior meteorologist. Baker, Oreg.. 


2,400 
1,680 


Edgar H. Fletcher 

Snowden D. Flora 


Junior meteorologist, Yellowstone Park, Wyo. 
Associate meteorologist, Topeka, Kans 


1,860 
3,200 
2,200 


Charles C. Garrett 

Harrv Geren 


Assistant meteorologist, Walla Walla, Wash. 
Assistant meteorologist, Erie, Pa.. 


2,500 
2,500 


Edwin B. Gittings, jr . . 


Meteorologist and assistant district fore- 
caster, Denver, Colo. 


3,800 




1,860 


Robert Q. Grant 


Associate meteorologist, Phoenix, Ariz.. 

Assistant meteorologist, Miami, Fla 


3,100 


Richard W. Gray 


2,400 




Junior meteorologist, Abilene, Tex 


1,860 


Gershom K. Greening, jr 

George E. Grimes 


Assistant meteorologist. Sioux City, Iowa 

Junior meteorologist, Nantucket, Mass 

Junior meteorologist, Kalispell, Mont 

Junior meteorologist, Valentine, Nebr 

Junior meteorologist. Miles City, Mont 


2,400 
1,860 


John Grover 


2,000 


C. Dexter Grunow 


1,920 


Thomas E. Guill 


1,920 


Carl E. Hadley 


2.000 


Olin M. Hadley 


Junior meteorologist, Thomasville, Ga 

.\ssistant meteorologist, Boswell, N. Mex 

Assistant meteorologist, Davenport, Iowa 

.Assistant meteorologist. Fort Wayne, Ind 

Assistant meteorologist, Burlington, Vt 

Meteorologist, St. Louis, Mo 


1,920 


Cleve Hallenbeck 


2,400 


Andrew i\I. Hamrick. 


2.700 




2,600 


F. Eugene Hartwell 


2,400 
4,200 






1,860 




Meteorologist, Los .\ngeles, Calif 


3,800 


Paul Hess 


Assistant meteorologist, Wilmington, N. C... 

Junior meteorologist, Grand Haven, Mich 

Junior meteorologist, San Luis Obispo, Calif.. 

Assistant meteorologist, Pensacola, Fla 

Junior meteorologist, Birmingham, Ala 

Junior meteorologist. Devils Lake, N. Dak... 
Associate meteorologist, Parkersburg, W. Va.. 
.\ssistant meteorologist, San .\ntonio, Tex... 
Assistant meteorologist, .\lpena, Mich 


2,400 


Hobert E. Hever 


1,920 


John E. Hissong 


1,920 


Elward W. Holcomb 


2,400 


Edgar C. Horton 


1,860 




1,860 


Henry C. Howe 


3,100 


James H. Jarboe 

Frank Jermin 


2.500 
2,500 



54075—27- 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Weather Bureau — Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations — Continued 



Harley N. Johnson 

Edward P. Jones 

Harris A. Jones _ 

James Jones 

Alonzo A. Justice. 

James L. Kendall 

Elgie M. Keyser 

Dennis S. Landis 

Edwin G. Larson 

William T. Lathrop 

Ousiave S. Lindgren 

Robert T. Lindley... 

Charles S. Ling 

Charles E. Linncy 

Julius G. Linslev 

Del'nert M. Little 

John E. Lockwood 

George A. Lovoland 

Joseph P. McAulilTe 

Rov J. McClurg 

Gilbert W. McDowell 

Frank A. Math 

Gerald C. Merchant. 

Eric R. Miller 

Ross O. Miller 

George W. Mindling 

Alexander J. Mitchell 

Ralph C. Mize 

Harold L. Molyneux 

John J. Murphy 

Fred Myers...." 

William W. Neifert 

John F. Newsom 

Esek S. Nichols.. 

Clinton E. Norquest. 

G. Harold Noyes 

Roscoe Kunn 

Aloysius E. Osborn 

Elbert A. Owen 

Henry R. Patrick. 

Samuel P. Peterson 

Lewis M. Pindell... 

George W. Pitman 

Arthur W. Pugh 

Ulysses G. Purssell 

Harry Ravnes .. . 

Charles D. Reed 

Thomas R. Reed 



George Reeder 

Charles H. Richardson... 
Herbert W. Richardson.. 

John A. Riley 

Orris W. Roberts 

Millard V. Robins 

Clarence J. Root 

John N. Ryker 

John E. Sanders 

Morgan R. Sanford 

James H. Scarr 

William J. Schnurbusch. 

Stanley S. Schworm 

Dewev A. Seelev. 

Robert M. Shaver 

William A. Shaw.. 

Julius M. Sherier. 



Alphonso W. Shilling 

Truman G. Shi])man 

J. Pemberton Slaughter 

Patrick H. Smyth 



Junior meteorologist. Rapid City, S. Dak 

Associate meteorologist, Nashville, Tenn 

Junior meteorologist, Elkins, W. Va 

Junior meteorologist. Eureka, Calif 

Junior meteorologist. Dodge City, Kans 

Associate meteorologist, Louisville, Ky 

Assistant meteorologist, Spokane, Wash 

Assistant meteorologist, Fort Worth, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Charles City, Iowa 

Associate meteorologist, Helena, Slont 

Associate meteorologist, Albany, N. Y. 

Associate meteorologist, Vicksburg, Miss 

Assistant meteorologist, Harrisburg, Pa 

Associate meteorologist, Santa Fe, N. Mex... 

Junior meteorologist, Oswego, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist, Medford, Oreg 

Assistant meteorologist, Charleston, S. C 

Meteorologist, Boston, Mass 

Assistant meteorologist. Corpus Christi, Tex.. 

Observer, Moorhead, Minn 

Junior meteorologist, Terre Haute, Ind 

Junior meteorologist, Havre, Mont 

Junior meteorologist, Greenville, S. C 

Associate meteorologist, Madison. Wis 

Junior meteorologist, Williston, N. Dak 

Assistant meteorologist, Portland, Me 

Meteorologist, Jacksonville, Fla 

Associate meteorologist, Juneau, Alaska 

Junior meterologist, Del Rio, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Eastport, Me 

Junior meteorologist, Tatoosh Island, Wash.. 

Assistant meteorologist, Dayton, Ohio 

Assistant metforologist, Cape Henry, Va 

Junior meteorologist, San Jose, Calif . 

Associate meteorologist, Boise, Idaho 

Associate meteorologist. Trenton, N. J. 

Associate meteorologist, Baltimore, Md 

Junior meteorologist, Wausau, Wis 

Junior meteorologist, Pierre, S. Dak 

Assistant meteorologist, Marquette, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, Wichita, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Chattanooga, Tenn.. 

Associate meteorologist, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Junior meteorologist. Roseburg, Oreg 

Associate meteorologist, Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Junior meteorologist, Macon. Ga... 

Meteorologi-t. Des Moines, Iowa 

Meteorologist and as'^istant district forecaster, 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Associate meteorologist, Columbia, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist. Norfolk, Va. 

Associate meteorologist, Duluth, Minn 

Assistant meteorologist, Broken Arrow, Okla. 
Associate meteorologist, Bismarck, N. Dak.. 

Associate meteorologist. Omaha, Nehr.. 

Associate meteorologist. Springfield. Ill 

Assistant meteorologist, St. Paul, Alinn 

Junior meteorologist, ,\palaehicola, Fla 

Associate meteorologist, Syracuse, N. Y 

Senior meteorologist. New York, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist, Brownsville, Tex. 

A.ssistant meteorologist, Charlotte, N. C 

Associate meteorologist. Landing, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist. El Paso. Tex 

Junior meteorologist. Northfield, Vt 

Senior meteorologist and district forecaster, 

Denver. Colo. 

Junior meteorologist. North Platte, Nebr 

Assistant meteorologist, Fort Smith, Ark 

Associate meteorologist, Oklahoma City, 

Okla. 
.\ssociate meterologist, Montgomery, Ala 



Kans... 

Me 

Miss... 
Tenn.. 
Tex... 
Ind... 
Ind.... 

Ariz 

Minn.. 

Ky 

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

Ill 

N. Y... 
Idaho.. 
Mass... 

Vt 

Miss... 
Oreg... 
Iowa... 
N. Y... 
S. C... 

Ariz 

Mo 

Ohio... 

Ala 

Calif... 

Mo 

Me 

Kans... 
Mass... 

Va 

Mont.. 
Ind ... . 
Mass... 
N. C... 
Iowa... 
Tex.... 
Mich - . 
111....:. 
Tenn.. 

Mo 

Tex.-.. 
Iowa... 
N. Y... 
Iowa... 
Calif... 

Tex.-.. 
D. C... 

Minn. . 
Ind.... 
Iowa. . . 
S. Dak. 

Ill 

Minn.. 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
Calif... 
Mo.... 
N. Y... 

Ill 

Tex 

Vt 

Iowa... 

Iowa... 

Pa 

Colo... 

Ill 



8th... 
1st... 
3d.... 
10th-. 
12th.. 
3d---- 
12th.- 
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9th... 
6th... 
18th.. 
7th... 
18th-- 
21st-- 
32d... 
2d.... 
5th... 
2d..-. 
8th... 
2d- — 
5th... 
42d.-. 
3d--. 
.\t L. 
4th-.- 
15th.. 
3d.... 
3d.-- 
4th... 
16th-. 
8th... 
leth- 
3d.... 
4th.-. 
10th- 
6th... 
4th-. 
3d..-. 
7th... 
12th-. 
12th- 
3d.... 
12th-. 
8th-. 
11th.. 
3d..-. 

2d 

11th.. 



12th. 

"T2th". 
12th- 
9th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
10th. 
1.5th. 
37th. 
3d.- 
13th. 
40th. 
16th. 
10th. 
2d... 
2d... 



7th.. 
16th. 
3d... 



25th... 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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67 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Weather Bureau — Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
S^a<ion«— Continued 



James 11. Spencer 

Harvey. II. Ppindler 

William P. Stewart 

Andrew R. W. Stoesen.. 

Charles M. Strong 

Richard H. Sullivan 

Melvin B. Summers 

Leon G. Sutton_ 

William W. Talbott 

Ivan R. Tannehill. 

Leonard M. Tarr 

Nathaniel R. Tavlor 

Thomas R. Tavlor 

Arthur R. Teeple 

Walter W. Thomas 

Edwin C. Thompson... 

Everett W. Torrence 

William H. Tracy 



Samuel B. Trotter 

Ellwood E. Unger 

Jesse L. Vanderpool 

Charles F. von Herrmann. 

John F. Voorhees 

Elisha C. Vose 

Bion L. Waldron 

Leslie A. Warren 

John R. Weeks 

Edward L. Wells 

Roy A. Wells. _ 

Ralph C. West 

Bernard B. Whittier 

Jame? I. Widmeyer 

H. Merrill Wills... 

George N. Wilson 

Wilford M. Wilson 

Charles S. Wood.. 

Marsden Wright.. 

Georce B. Wurtz. 

Wm L. Wyland 



Bureau of Animal Industry 



John R. Mohler 

Charles C. Carroll. 

John R. Cohran 

Harrv Coding 

Dallas S.Burch.... 



George H. Russell. 

George F. Tucker. 
Harry E. Moran.. 



Mary F. Thompson. 



Scientific and Regulatory 
Divisions 

Earl W. Sheets 

Marion Dorset 

Arthur W. Miller 

Ulysses G. Houck. 

Rice P. Steddom 

John T. Caine, III. 

John S. Buckley.. 

Robert A. Ramsay 



Meteorologist, Buffalo, N. Y 

Assistant meteorologist, Escanaba, Mich 

Associate meteorologist, Milwaukee, Wis 

Senior observer, Austin, Tex. 

Assistant meteorologist. Savannah, Qa 

Associate meteorologist, Columbia, S. C 

Meteorologist, Seattle, Wash 

Assistant meteorologist. Port .\ngeles. Wash 

Assistant meteorologist, Springfield, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist, Galveston, Tex 

Associate meteorologist, New Haven, Conn. 
Assistant meteorologist, Sacramento, Calif. . 

Junior meteorologist, Asheville, N. C. 

Junior meteorologist, Pocatello, Idaho. 

Jimior meteorologist, Lewiston, Idaho.. 

Junior meteorologist, La Crosse, Wis 

Junior m.eteorologist, Taylor, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist. Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Junior meteorologist, Wytheville, Va 

Assistant meteorologist, Meridian, Miss 

Assistant meteorologist, Rochester, N. Y 

Meteorologist, .\tlanta, Ga 

Associate meteorologist, Honolulu, T. H 

Jimior meteorologist, Concord, N. H 

Assistant meteorologist, Hannibal, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist, Ellendale, N. Dak.. 
Associate meteorologist, Binghamton, N. Y., 

Meteorologist, Portland, Oreg 

Junior meteorologist. North Head, Wash 

Junior meteorologist, Port Huron, Mich 

Junior meteorologist, Green Bay, Wis 

Assistant meteorologist, Knoxville, Tenn 

Assistant meteorologist, Dubugue, Iowa 

Assistant meteorologist, Lynchburg, Va 

Meteorologist, Ithaca, N. Y 

Assistant meteor: logist, Providence, R. I 

Junior meteorologist, lola, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Lexington, Ky 

Junior meteorologist, Sheridan, Wyo 



Chief...- 

Administrative officer. 

Senior administrative assistant 

Junior administrative officer 

Senior administrative assistant in charge of 
editorial work. 

Administrative assistant in charge of person- 
nel. 

Administrative assistant in charge of accounts. 

Junior administrative assistant in charge of 
liabilities. 

Librarian 



Senior animal husbandman in charge of 
animal husbandry division. 

Senior biochemist in charge of biochemic 
division. 

Senior veterinarian in charge of field inspec- 
tion division. 

Senior veterinarian in charge, division of hog- 
cholera control. 

Senior veterinarian in charge of meat inspec- 
tion division. 

Chief, division of packers and stockyards 
administration. 

Senior pathologist in charge of pathological 
division. 

Senior veterinarian in charge of tick eradica- 
tion division. 



Mich... 
Ohio... 

Mo 

S. C... 
Ohio... 
Ind.... 
Ohio... 
Iowa... 

Mo 

Ohio... 
Conn . . 
W. Va.. 
Kans.._ 
Ohio... 
Calif... 
Ohio.. 
N. Mex 
Mass 

Tenn... 
N. J 
N. Y... 
N. C... 
Tenn.. 

Me 

Ohio.. 

Mo... 

S. Dak 

Idaho.. 

Idaho.. 

N. Y... 

Idaho 

Va... 

Ind.. 

Ohio. 

Wis.... 

Conn 

Tex__ 

Mich 

Okla. 



Pa... 
Ohio. 
Ky... 
Mass 
Wis.-.. 

N. Y... 

Okla.. 
Va.... 



Md... 

W. Va. 
Pa.... 
Mo... 
Pa.... 

Ill 

Utah.. 
Md... 
Mo... 



8th.. 
lOth. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
12th. 
4th.. 
16th. 
2d... 
7th.. 
17th. 
2d... 
4th.. 
2d... 
14th„ 
1st.. 
1.3th. 
At L 
16th. 



2d.... 

2d.... 

38th.. 

4th... 

2d.... 

4th... 

12th.. 

5th... 

1st... 

2d.... 

2d.... 

29th.. 

2d.... 

9th... 

.5th . 

18th.. 

4th... 

2d.... 

7th... 

11th. 

8th... 



1st.. 
ISth. 
6th.. 
12th. 
4th.. 

35th. 

3d... 
8th.. 



5th.... 



3d... 
4th.. 
5th.. 
7th.. 
!5th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
9th.. 



$3, 800 
2,400 
3.000 
1,920 
2, 600 
3,000 
3,800 
2,400 
2,400 
2,400 
3,100 
2,500 
2,000 
1,920 
1,920 
1,860 
1,920 
2,400 

1,920 
2,400 
2,500 
4,000 
3,000 
2,200 
2,500 
2,500 
3,000 
3,800 
1, 860 
1,920 
2,200 
2,400 
2,500 
2,400 
3,800 
2,500 
1, 860 
2,400 
1,860 



7,500 
4,200 
3, 300 
3,600 
3,600 

3,000 

3,000 
3,000 

2,600 



5,200 
5,600 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
6,000 
5,200 
5,200 



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Official Register of the United States, 1927 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

Scientific and Regulatory 
Divisions— Continued 

John A. Kiernan 

Don I. Skidmore 

Maurice C. Hall , 

Ernest C. Schroeder 

Field Headquarters 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations 

George H. Woolfolk... , 

Orville A. Stingley. 

George W. Famous 

James Johnston 

Charles Corson 

Frank E. Haworth , 

Herbert Bryan , 

Pleasant J. Huffman, jr 

Otto W. Seher.. 

Xiouis K. Green 

James E. Lovejov... 

Edwin W. Barthold 

Horace A. Hedrick 

Willis H. Mcadors 

Andrew J. Creely '. 

Alvin F. Staub.. , 

Fred Hern 

J. Bryan Hill 

Albert Long 

Bernhard P. Wende 

Albert E. Evans.. 

Grover C. Pieper 

Adolph M. Casper. 

Jacob Vogel 

Frank H. Collins 

Herman Busman 

Clarence T. N. Marsh 

Frank Jelen 

Harrison H. George... 

Ora W. Everly.. , 

John C. Shafer 

Joseph Hannon 

Winson O. Trone. 

Trajan A. Shipley 

Charles W. Deming 

Edward P. Schaffter.. 

Harry H. Dell. 

Chester Miller 

William Fotheringham , 

Thomas A. Bray 

Emmett P. Barnhart.. , 

Harry J. Hoyman 

James T. Cullen 

Allies Leroy Davenport 

William B. Nichols 

Henry J. Boyer.. 

John S. Grove 

Joshua Miller 

William F. Osborn 

Joseph H. Kitzhofer... 

Frederick E. Jentoft. , 

William A. Donegan 

Samuel M. Page 

William C. Siegmund , 

William E. Jennings 

I<eroy E. Merrill , 

■Bert L. McCaslin 

Hobert H. Nutt. , 

Charles F. Palmer 

Paul P. Taylor.. , 

Lyle B. Whitney... , 

George W. Butler 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Senior veterinarian in charge of tuberculosis 
eradication division. 

Senior veterinarian in charge of division of 
virus-serum control. 

Senior zoologist in charge of zoological divi- 
sion. 

Superintendent, experiment station, Bethes- 
da, Md. 



Associate veterinarian, Albany, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, .\lbert Lea, Minn 

Assistant veterinarian, Allentown, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Alton, III 

Assistant veterinarian, Anderson, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Arkansas City, Eans. 

Assistant veterinarian, Asheville, N. C 

Assistant veterinarian, Athens, Ohio 

Assistant veterinarian, Atlanta, Ga 

Assistant veterinarian. Auburn, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Augusta, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Austin, Minn 

Associate veterinarian, Baltimore, Md 

Assistant veterinarian, Birmingham, Ala 

Assistant veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 

Veterinarian, Boston, Mass 

Principal lay inspector, Bridgeport, Conn 

Assistant veterinarian, Bristol, Va 

Associate veterinarian, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Veterinarian, Buffalo, N. Y 

Assistant veterinarian, Butte, Mont 

Assistant veterinarian, Cairo ,111 

Associate veterinarian. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.. 

Principal lay inspector, Charlotte, N. C 

Assistant veterinarian, Chattanooga, Tenn... 

Veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate chemist, Chicago, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant 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 

Associate veterinarian, Detroit, Mich 

Assistant veterinarian, Dubuque, Iowa. 

Assistant veterinarian, Dulutli, Minn 

Assistant veterinarian, Eau Claire, Wis. 

-Assistant veterinarian, El Paso, Tex 

Assistant veterinarian, Erie, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Evansville, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Fargo, N. Dak 

Assistant veterinarian, Fergus Falls, Minn... 

Principal lay inspector, Fort Smith, Ark 

Assistant veterinarian. Fort Wayne, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex 

Assistant veterinarian, Frankfort, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, P'rederick, Md 

Assistant veterinarian. Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

Principal lay inspector, Greenville, S. C. 

Principal lay inspector. Green Bay, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Hallstead, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa 

Principal lay inspector, Hartford, Conn 

Principal lay inspector, Haverhill, Mass 

Principal lay inspector, Helena, Ark 

Assistant veterinarian, Henderson, Ky 

Associate veterinarian, Houston, Tex.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Huron, S. Dak 

Assistant veterinarian, Hyde Park, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 



State 



N. J.. 
Ohio. 



Colo... 
Md.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th.. 
7th.. 
3d... 
2d... 



Ky 


4th.... 


Kans... 


5th.... 


Pa 


7th.... 


Mo 


4th.... 


Mich... 


4th.... 


Ind._.. 


7th.... 


N. C... 


3d 


Mo 


5th.... 


Colo... 


3d 


Pa 


6th.... 


N.J.... 


10th... 


Ind 


12th.-. 


Md.... 


2d 


Mo 


5th.... 


Cahf... 


4th.... 


N. Y... 


40th... 


Iowa... 


6th.... 


N. Y... 


33d.... 


Me 


2d 


N. Y... 


40th... 


Ill 


6th.... 


Ill 


22d.... 


Wis.... 


4th.... 


Tex 


8th.... 


Mass... 


2d 


Mich... 


5th.... 


Ohio... 


2d 


Mo 


2d 


Ind 


9th.... 


Ohio... 


16th... 


Ohio... 


7th.... 


Ill 


6th.... 


Ohio... 


6th.... 


Iowa... 


3d 


Iowa... 


7th.... 


Ohio... 


16th... 


Ind.... 


6th.... 


Iowa... 


6th_... 


Ill 


13th... 


Mo-... 


5th.... 


Ohlo... 


12th... 


lowa... 


5th.... 


N. Y... 


33d.... 


N. Y... 


30th... 


Kans... 


2d 


Ind 


3d 


Ohio... 


19th... 


Iowa... 


6th.... 


Kans... 


2d 


Minn.. 


4th.... 


Ill 


1st.... 


Ill 


2d 


N. H... 


1st 


Ill 


JSt 


Conn.. 


1st 


Mass... 


19th... 


Kans... 


2d 


Ohio... 


12th... 


Ohio... 


16th... 


Idaho.. 


1st 


Mass... 


1st 


Ohio... 


11th... 



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69 



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. 
In charge of Meal Inspection 
Field Stations— Continued 

Elmer F. Haven. 

Jefferson R obinson 

Ernest H. Baumann.. 

James Fleming... 

Hugh C. Kershner 



Thomas W. Carnachan.. 

Samuel A. King. 

Charles H. Herrold 

Charles F. Pinkham 
Frank G. Miller... 

Charles H. Deisel 

George T. Irons 

John B.Johnson... 

Robert R. Newman 

Lewis A. Licking.. 
Walter F. Quiglev . . 
Frank E. Theobald 

Clarence L. Elliott. 

Charles L. E. Kerr 

Lewis E. Epple 

Elvou S. Dickey . 

Carroll P. Hart 

.\ugustus S. Martin. 

John R. .\ufente. 

Edward F. Cary 

Jackson B. Harris 

Charles F. Payne 

Gustave A. Kay 

Archibald McB"ride. 

Stephen A. Selby 

Guy T. Cole 

Duncan R. Gillies 

Walter F. Schroeder 

John M. Harris 

Edwin S. Ring. 

William D. Wright 

Jens Madsen.. 

Joseph S. Jenison.. 

Edward A. Boyer . 

Frisbie T. Suit 

Julius Huelsen.. 

Albert N. Hughes 

Thomas Castor 

Alfred J. Maloney 

William K. Howard 

Charles J. Millen 

James R. Donnelly _. 

Arthur N. Smith 

Melanchton O. .Anderson. 

George E. Repp 

Herbert M. Smith 

Edward Himsel. 

C. Otto Wagoner.. 

Henry Marshall 

Thomas B. Pote 

Charles H. Swanger 

Edgar P. Durham 

Joel E. Cloud... 

Elbridge G. Pigman. 

Hazen H. Hicks 

Alexander E. Graham 



Clarence L. Norris. 

Levi Bryant 

Clarence T. Snvder. 

Albert E. Behnke 

Clarence J. Young 

Bernhard J. Stockier 

George E. Totten 

Edward D. Kennedy 

Henry E. Brown 

James S. Kelly 

Liueus H. .\llen 



.Assistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, 111 

-\ssociate veterinarian, Jersey City, N. J 

Veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 

-Associate laboratory inspector, Kansas City, 

Kans. 

Assistant veterinarian, Keene, N. H 

-"Assistant veterinarian, Knoxville, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Lafayette, Ind... 

Assistant veterinarian, Leavenworth, Kans.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Lewiston, Idaho 

.Assistant veterinarian, Logansport, Ind 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Los Angeles, Calif 

Associate veterinarian, Louisville, Ky_ 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Wis 

Principal lay inspector, Manchester, N. H 

Assistant veterinarian, Marion, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian. Mason City, Iowa 

-■Vssistant veterinarian, Memphis, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Menominee, Mich 

Associate veterinarian, Milwaukee, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Morristown, Tenn 

-Assistant veterinarian, Moscow, Idaho 

Assistant veterinarian, Moultrie, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Nashville, Tenn 

Principal lay inspector, Natchez, Miss 

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 

Veterinarian, New York, N. Y 

Associate chemist, New York, N. Y 

Principal lay inspector, Norfolk, Va 

Assistant veterinarian, North Walpole, N. H. 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogden, Utah 

Associate veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla 

Veterinarian, Omaha, Nebr 

Associate chemist, Omaha, Nebr.. 

Associate veterinarian, Ottumwa. Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Paterson, N. J 

Assistant veterinarian, Peoria, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Philadelphia, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian. Phoenix, Ariz.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Pittsburg, Kans 

Associate veterinarian, Pittsburgh, Pa 

.Assistant veterinarian, Pittston, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Portland, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Portland, Oreg 

Assistant veterinarian, Pottsvillc, Pa 

Associate veterinarian. Providence, R. I 

Assistant 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. 

Assistant veterinarian, San Diego, Calif 

Assistant veterinarian, Sandpoint, Idaho 

Associate veterinarian, San Francisco, Calif.. 
-Associate laboratory inspector, San Francisco, 

Calif. 

Associate veterinarian, Seattle, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Shreveport, La 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Sidney, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian, Sioux City, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 
Associate veterinarian, South St. Joseph, Mo. 

Veterinarian, South St. Paul, Minn 

Associate veterinarian, Spokane, Wash 

Associate veterinarian, Springfield, Mass 

Associate veterinarian, Tacoma, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Terre Haute, Ind 



Mo--. 
Kans.. 
N. J.. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 

Iowa.. 
D. C 

111 

Kans.. 
Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Mich.. 

Ill 

Mo.-. 
Ind... 
Mass.- 
Ohio.. 
Iowa. . 
Ohio.. 

Ga 

Mo... 
Ohio.. 
Cahf.. 
D. C. 
Mo... 
Ga.... 
Ohio.. 
Iowa.. 

Ill 

Md... 
Ohio.. 

Ill 

Pa-... 
Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 
Iowa.. 
N. Y.. 
Mich.. 
Iowa.. 
N. Y.. 

Ill 

Pa.... 
N. Y.. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Mich-. 
Iowa.. 
Ky.... 
Ohio-- 
Ohio... 
Del... 
Ind... 
Mich-. 
Tenn.. 
Ind.... 

Mo 

111 

Calif... 



Nebr.. 
Kans.. 
Mo--. 
Minn. 
Kans.. 
Ohio.. 

Ill 

Okla.. 
Mass.. 

Ill 

Ind... 



5th... 
5th... 
6th-.. 
2d._.. 
35th.. 



5th.... 



11th.. 
5th... 
11th.. 
2d.... 
9th... 
2d.... 
4th-.. 
4th... 
8th... 
2d.... 
11th.. 
1st... 
2d.... 
5th... 
I2th_. 
11th.. 



5th... 
10th.. 
12th.. 
9th... 
2d.... 
6th... 
13th.. 
4th... 
9th... 
7th... 
11th.. 
2d.... 
4th... 
43d... 
6th... 
1st... 
12th.. 
10th.. 
6th... 
37th.. 
3d.... 
34th.. 
28th.. 
1st... 
12th.. 
3d.... 
5th... 
2d.... 
14th.. 
At L. 
5th... 
6th... 
9th... 
7th... 
4th... 
1st... 
6th... 

2d.... 
2d.... 
7th.... 

2d 

2d..... 
12th.., 
3d..... 
5th.... 

3d 

21st... 
10th... 



$2, 80O 
2.60O 
3,300 
4,000 
3,100 

2,600 
2,800 
2, 800 
2, 600 
2,820 
2, 600' 
3, 000- 
3, lOO 
2, 600' 
2, 800' 
1, 100' 
2,600 
3, 000' 
2,800 

2, 60O 
3,300 
2, 80O 
2,600 
2,900 

3, lOO 
2,100 
3,800 
2,800 
3,000 
2,800 
3,200 
4,200 
3,000 
2, ."^OO 
2,700 
2,800 
3,100 
4,000 
3,300 
3,100 
3,000 
2,900 
3, 500 
2, 80O 
2,660 
3,200 
2,700 
2,800 
3,200 
2,900 
3,100 

2, 80O 
2,600 
3,200 
3,300 
3,300 
2,700 
2,700 
2,600 
3,400 
3,000 

3,300 
2,100> 
2,900" 
3,500:- 
3,100 

3, 500- 
3,800 
3, lOO 
3,000 
3, 000 
2,700 



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Official Register of the United States, 1927 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^•'°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations — Con. 



Harlow G. Potter... 
Merwin L. Crans... 
Francis S. Bingham. 

John H. Byerley 

John A. O'Brien 

Carl A. Johnston 

Harry K. Walter 

Albert Wiltshire 



James E. Shelton 

LeRoy P. McArdle.. 
Ralph F. Verrailya... 
William C. Herrold.. 

Thomas J. Kean 

Albert H. Carpenter. 

Lee A. Wilson 

Milton T. Perry 

Smith V. Ewers 

Howard L. Bollinger. 
William O. McHugh. 



In charge of Animal Husbandry 
Field Stations 

Benjamin F. Brandon 

WOliam A. Denecke 

Wm. T. Cobb _ 

Ross H. Tuckwiller 

Smith W. Greene 

John \. Stoehr 

James R. Quesenberry 

Burt W. Heywang- 

In Charge of Hog-cholera Field 

Stations 

William B. Niles. 

Arden L. Hirleman 

John B. Hollenbeck 

Ira K. .\therton 

William F. Biles 

Ralph Graham. 

Alonzo IL Francis 

Hugh L. Fry 

James McDonald 

In charge of Field Inspection 
Stations 



Frederick L. Schneider. 

Albert E. Rishel 

Howard H. Cohenour.. 

Roger D. Hyde. 

John C. Pace 

James W. Harner 

John T. Dallas... 

Walter E. Howe. 

Thomas A. Bray. 

James W. Murdoch 

Isaac H. Kaufman 

Henry S. Weber... 

Richard W. Tuck 

Severin O. Fladness 



Principal lay inspector, Texarkana, Tex 

Assistant veterinarian, Toledo, Ohio 

Assistant veterinarian, Topeka, Kans.. 

Assistant 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, Wheeling, W. Va 

-Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Wilmington, Del 

Principal lay inspector, Wilmington, N. C. 

Assistant veterinarian, Winona, Minn 

-Associate veterinarian, Worcester, Mass 

Assistant veterinarian, Yakima, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Youngstown, Ohio.. 
-Assistant veterinarian, Zanesville, Ohio 



Associate animal husbandman, Beltsville, 

Md. 
Associate animal husbandman, Dubois, 

Idaho. 
Agent in animal husbandry, Jeanerette, La.. 
Agent in animal husbandry, Lewisburg, 

W. Va. 
Associate animal husbandman, McNeil, 

Miss. 
Junior animal husbandman, Middlebury, 

Vt. 

Animal husbandman. Miles City, Mont 

Associate poultry husbandman, Gleudale, 

Ariz. 



.\ssociate veterinarian, Ames, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Atlanta, Ga 

Assistant veterinarian, Bismarck, N. Dak 

Associate veterinarian, College Park, Md 

Associate veterinarian, Frankfort, Ky 

Veterinary inspector, Jefferson City, Mo 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Lincoln, Nebr 

.4ssistant veterinarian, Little Rock, Ark 

Associate veterinarian, Springfield, 111 



Veterinarian, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Associate veterinarian, .4thenia, N. J 

Associate veterinarian, Bismarck, N. Dak. 

Assistant veterinarian. Calais, Me 

Junior veterinarian, Calexico, Calif 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Canaan, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

A.ssistant veterinarian. El Paso, Tex 

.\ssociate veterinarian, Helena, Mont 

Assistant veterinarian, Houltno, Md. 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Lanciister, Pa 

Veterinarian, London, England 

Veterinarian, Mexico City, Mexico... 



Mo... 
Mo... 
Kans.. 
Ky.... 
Ky.... 
Ohio.. 
Pa.... 
Ohio.. 

Mo--. 
Nebr.. 

Ill 

Nebr.. 



Minn. 
Minn . 
Mass.. 
Mo... 
Pa.... 
Ohio.- 



Ind.... 
Idaho.. 



La 

W. Va. 



Ind.. 
Iowa. 



Iowa. 
Pa... 



lowa... 

Pa 

Ohio... 

Kans... 
Kans... 
S. Dak. 

Mo 

Pa 

111. 



N. Mex, 
111 

Ill 

N. Y... 
Calif... 
Kans... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 

Mo 

Kans... 

Pa 

Mass... 

Ill 

Iowa... 



4th.. 
5th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
5th.. 
16th. 
8th.. 

nth. 

4th.. 
2d... 
1st-. 
2d... 
4th.. 
3d... 
10th. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
9th.. 



9th.. 

2d... 

3d... 
6th.. 

2d... 

3d... 

7th.. 
21st. 



7th.. 
10th. 
18th_ 
2d... 
3d... 
1st.. 
4th.. 
16th. 
7th.. 



At L. 
2d.-.. 
21st.. 
37th.. 
11th- 
5th... 
12th.. 
29th.. 
5th... 
2d.... 
14th.. 
9th... 
11th.. 
1st... 



» Salary paid entirely by State agency. 

» Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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71 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State *^°°^- 
°^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Field Inspection 
Stations — Continued 

John E. Spindler 

-Ubert E. Risliel 



Clarence O. Benson 

James C. Exline -.. 

Charles H. Canfleld 

Lynnford C. Butlerfield 

Juan Varas Catala 

Daniel G. Shumway 

Rudolph Snyder _. 

Frank E. Murray. 

William Thompson 

Frank J. Loomis 



In charge of Branch Pathological 
Laboratories 

L. Euos Day 

George Bryon Morse 

George W. Stiles, jr _. 

In charge of Tick Eradication 
Field Stations 

Charles J. Becker 

Roy E. Jackson. 

Walter K. Lewis 

Howard L. Darby 

Hartwell Robbins 

Sim J. Home 

William A. McDonald 

Leslie J. Allen 

Seaborn H. Still 



Assistant veterinarian, Newport, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, acting in charge, New- 
York, N. Y. 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogdensburg, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, Olympia, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Port Huron, Mich 

Associate veterinarian, Reno, Nev. 

Veterinary inspector, Rio Piedras, P. R 

Assistant veterinarian. Rouses Point, N. Y... 

Associate veterinarian, Sacramento, Calif 

Associate veterinarian, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Associate veterinarian, San Antonio, Tex 

Veterinary inspector, Watertown, N. Y 



Associate veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate bacteriologist, Omaha, Nebr. 
Associate bacteriologist, Denver, Colo., 



In charge of Tuberculosis Eradi- 
cation Field Stations 

Harry B. Leonard 

George R. Caldwell 

Edward B. Simonds 

Walter A. Sullivan 

Edgar A. Crossman 

Howard M. Newton 

John T. Dallas 

John J. Lintner 

Albert J. DeFossett 

John A. Barger 

John B. Reidy 

Robert L. Smith 

Jonathan E. Gibson 

Theodore S, Rich 

James S. Healy 

Lionel H. Adams 

Hugh Max O'Rear 

J. Oscar Wilson 

Samuel B. Foster 

Walter C. Dendinger 

Roscoe E. Brookbank 

Warren J. Fretz 

James G. Fish 

Norris L. Townsend 

William G. Middleton 



In Charge of Viri's-serum Con- 
trol Field Stations 

Charles A. Klein 

Earl H. Carter 

Jesse W. Joss 

De Lois G. Tepfer 

Edward T. Marsh 

John n. Stillwell 

Fern A. Imler 



Associate veterinarian, Baton Rouge, La. 
Associate veterinarian, Birmingham, -\la. 

Veterinarian, Columbia. S. C 

Veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Jackson, Miss 

Associate veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla.. 
Associate veterinarian. Little Rock, .\rk.. 

Veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla 

Assistant veterinarian, Suffolk, Va 



Veterinarian (coop.), Albany, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, .\ugusta, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Baltimore, Md 

Associate veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 

Veterinarian, Boston, Mass 

Associate veterinarian, Charleston, W. Va. 
Assistant veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo — 

Veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio 

Veterinarian, Des Moines, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Hartford, Conn 

Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind... 

Veterinarian, Lansing, Mich 

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 

Veterinarian, St. Paul, Minn 

Assistant veterinarian, Tallahassee, Fla 

Associate veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

Associate veterinarian, Trenton, N. J 



Assistant veterinarian, Albany, Ga 

.Assistant veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

Associate veterinarian. East St. Louis. Ill- 
Assistant veterinarian, Fort Dodge, lowa. 
Assistant veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex.. 
Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind.. 
veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 



Pa. 



32d- 



N. Y. 
Colo. 
Ohio. 
111.... 
P. R. 
N. Y. 
Iowa. 
Ohio. 
111.... 
N. Y. 



Mo.. 
Ohio. 
Okla. 



Ohio.. 
Conn. 
S. C._ 
D. C. 

Ala-.. 
Miss.. 
Mo... 
Mo... 
Ala... 



21st. 
2d... 
14th. 
12th. 

28th" 
3d... 
6th.- 
10th. 
38th. 



5th.. 
4th-- 
5th- 



1st. 
1st- 
3d-. 



Ohio- 
N. Y.. 
D. C- 

111 

Mass.. 
Ohio.'. 
Ohio.. 

Ill 

Ohio-. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y-. 
Nebr.. 
Ind... 
N. Y.. 

Ill 

Mass.. 
•Ind... 
Ohio.. 
Oreg.. 
Mo... 
Ind... 
Pa.... 

Ill 

N. J... 
Mass.. 



2d.. 

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



1st-. 
40th. 



1st-- 
13th. 
11th- 
12th. 
11th. 
12th. 
4th.- 
37th. 
6th.. 
9th.. 
39th. 
10th. 
14th. 
5th.. 
12th. 
3d... 
4th.. 
6th.. 
8th.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
11th. 



$2, 500 



2,500 
3,200 
2,500 
3,100 

3 7. 50 
2,500 
3,400 
3.300 
3,000 
3 12.00 



3,300 
3,000 
3,300 



3,100 
3,300 
2 2.000 
3,800 
3,200 
3,300 
3,200 
3,800 
2,700 



2 2, 800 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2 3, 300 
2 2, 000 
2,900 
3,800 
3,500 
3,800 
3,300 
3,100 
3,500 
3,800 
3,800 
3,100 
3,000 
3,200 
3,100 
3,100 
3,000 
3,800 
2,800 
3,200 
3,000 



Ohio... 


2d-.- 


2,600 


Ohio.- 


9th..— 


2,800 


Kans... 


1st 


3,100 


Kans.-. 


5th.... 


2,900 


Mo.... 


6th..-. 


2,700 


Iowa.— 


11th... 


3,400 


Ohio... 


12th... 


4,000 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
' Per diem. 



72 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Virus-serum Con- 
trol Field Stations — Contd. 

E. Albert Meyer. - 

Howard H. Day 

Ernest E. Lollar 

John P. O'Leary 

Joseph 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 



Marion Imes 

Hayes B. Raffensperger. 

Qerard Dikmans 

Erasmus M. Nighbert.. 
Cooper Curtice 



Assistant 
Associate 
Assistant 
Associate 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Associate 
Associate 
Assistant 
Assistant 
Associate 



veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian. 



Oklahoma City, Okla 
Omaha, Nebr 

Ottumwa, Iowa 

Pearl River, N. Y.... 

St. Joseph, Mo 

St. Paul, Minn 

Sioux City, Iowa 

Stockton, Calif 

Topeka, Kans 

West Plains, Mo 

Wichita, Kans. 



In Charge of Packers and Stock- 
yards Field Stations 



James Christensen 

Hermann C. Henrici.- 

Sterling M. Price 

James F. Gibbons 

Vernon E. Foster 

Mason L. Haskell 

Lester C. Jennings 

Loren W. Krake 

John H. Ruff 

Ardo W. Joy 

George E. Butin 

Claudius D. Ashmore., 

Theodorc J. Perrin 

Charles S. Jones 

Frank J. Miller 

Paul McCormick..!... 

Charles F. Walker 

Ernest N. Underwood. 

Raymond L. Lisle 

James R. Plumb 

Walter A. Williams 

Orion E. Dyson 



Veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans - 

Assistant veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate parasitologist, Jeanerette, La 
Associate veterinarian, Moultrie, Ga,. 
Associate veterinarian, McNeill, Miss. 



Field assistant to chief, Denver, Colo 

Chief valuation engineer, Kansas City, Mo.. 

District supervisor, Atlanta, Qa 

District supervisor, Buffalo, N. Y 

District supervisor, Chicago, 111 

District supervisor, Cincinnati, Ohio 

District supervisor, Cleveland, Ohio 

District supervisor, Denver, Colo 

District supervisor, Fort Worth, Te.K 

District supervisor, Indianapolis, Ind 

District supervisor, Kansas City, Mo 

District supervisor, Los Angeles, Calif 

District supervisor, Nashville, Tenn 

District supervisor, National Stockyards, 111. 

District supervisor. New York, N. Y 

District supervisor, North Portland, Oreg 

District supervisor, Omaha, Nebr 

District supervisor, Pittsburgh, Pa 

District supervisor, Sioux City, Iowa 

District supervisor. South St. Joseph, Mo 

District supervisor. South St. Paul, Minn 

District supervisor, Wichita, Kans 



Bureau of Dairy Industry 



Carl W. Larson 

Amer B. Nystrom. 
John M. Kemper.. 
Karl E. Parks 



Scientific Divisions 

Lore A. Rogers 

Roy R. Graves 

Ernest Kelly 

John H. McClain 



Chief 

Assistant to the chief 

Administrative assistant. 
Associate dairy engineer.. 



Field Stations 
Howard C. Jackson 



Thompson E. Woodward. 
James E. Dorman 



Senior bacteriologist in charge of dairy re- 
search laboratories. 

Specialist in charge of dairy cattle breeding 
investigations. 

Market milk specialist in charge of market 
milk investigations. 

Dairy husbandman in charge of dairy produc- 
tion, manufacture, and utilization. 

Associate dairy manufacturing specialist, 

Grove City, Pa. 
Dairy husbandman, Beltsvillc, Md 

Dairy husbandman, Salt Lake City, Utah 



Colo.. 
Ohio-. 
Ind... 

Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 

Ill 

Md... 

Ill 

Ala... 
Iowa.. 



N. H.. 
Pa.... 
Minn. 
Ill 

N. Y.. 



Tex.... 

Mo.-. 
Tenn... 
Minn.. 
Okla... 
Kans . - 
Kans . . 
Mich . . 
Wyo--. 
Iowa... 
Nebr... 
Ala..-. 

La 

Okla... 
Minn.. 
Mont.. 
Texas.. 
Kans- . 
Colo... 
Kans . . 
Minn.. 
Ill 



2d... 
1st.. 
7th.. 
10th. 
23d.. 
11th. 
19th. 
4th.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
7th.. 



1st.. 
17th. 
4th.. 
20th. 
36th. 



5th... 
5th..- 
6th-_ 
4th..- 
4th..- 
2d.... 
1st..- 
4th... 
At L. 
9th... 
2d...- 
9th..- 
2d,..- 
6th... 
3d...- 
2d.... 
12th.. 
1st..- 
1st..- 
4th._- 
3d...- 
5th..- 



N.Y... 
Wash.. 
Ky..... 
Mass . . 



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



19th. 

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



36th. 

1st.. 
7th.. 



S. C... 4th. 



Pa. 



Md. 
111... 



28th. 



5th.. 
11th. 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount Indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



73 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Plant Industry 



William A. Taylor. 
Karl ¥ . Kellernian * 
Henry E. Allanson. 
James M. Pickens.. 
Jessie M. Allen 



Scientific Divisions 

Thomas II. Kearney 

Earl C. Butterfield 

Guy N. Collins 

Samuel B. Detwiler 



Frederick V. Coville. 
Carleton R. Ball 



Karl F. Kellerman 

Orator F. Cook 

Walter T. Swingle 

Warner W. Stockberger '_ 
E. Channing Chilcott 



Lyster H. Dewey. 
Russell A. Oakley. 



David Fairchild... 

Haven Metcalf 

Merton B. Waite. 



J. Wise Bvrnes. 
Lee C. Corbett. 



Cornelius L. Shear. 
Nathan A. Cobb... 
Karl F. Kellerman. 
Karl F. Kellerman. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Chief 

.\ssociate chief 

Assistant chief 

Assistant in charge of publications . 
Librarian 



Edgar Brown 

Elmer W. Brandes. 



Wightman W. Garner.. 

Karl F. Kellerman 

Carl S. Scofield 

Forest Service 



Senior physiologist in charge, ofBce of alkali 
and drought resistant crops. 

Horticulturist and superintendent in charge, 
Arlington Experiment Farm, Rosslyn, Va. 

Senior botanist in charge, biophysical labo- 
ratory. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of blister 
rust control. 

Senior botanist in charge, office of botany 

Senior agronomist in charge, office of cereal 
crops and diseases. 

Associate chief of bureau, and in charge, 
office of citrus canker eradication. 

Senior botanist in charge, office of cotton, 
rubber, and other tropical plants. 

Senior physiologist in charge, office of crop 
physiology and breeding. 

Senior physiologi-st in charge, office of drug, 
poisonous, and oil plants. 

Senior agriculturist in charge, office of dry- 
land agi"iculture. 

Botanist in charge, office of fiber plants 

Senior agronomist in charge, office of forage 
crops. 

Senior agricultural explorer in charge, office 
of foreign plant introduction. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of forest 
pathology. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of fruit 
diseases. 

Assistant in charge, gardens and grounds 

Senior horticulturist in charge, office of horti- 
culture. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of mycol- 
ogy and disease survey. 

Senior nematologist in charge, office of nem- 
atology. 

Associate chief of bureau and acting in charge, 
pathological laboratory. 

Associate chief of bureau and acting in charge, 
office of plant geography and physiology. ■ 

Senior botanist in charge, seed laboratories... 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of sugar 
plants. 

Senior physiologist in charge, office of tobacco 
and plant nutrition. 

Associate chief of bureau and acting in charge, 
office of vegetable and forage diseases. 

Senior agriculturist in charge, office of western 
irrigation agriculture. 



William B. Greeley Forester and chief.. 

Edward A. Sherman 

Hamilton L Loving 



Service and Technical Dirisions 
Roy Headley 



Leon F. Kneipp 

Edward E. Carter. 

EarleH. Clapp.... 



Associate forester 

Chief of finance and accounts. 



Assistant forester in charge of branch of 

operations. 
A.ssistant forester in charge of branch of lands. 
Assistant forester in charge of branch of forest 

management. 
Assistant forester in charge of branch of 

research. 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich. 
Ohio.. 
N. Y., 
Ala... 
Kans... 



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



N. Y... 
Iowa. 

Ohio. 

N. Y... 
Kans.. 
Ohio.. 
S. Dak 

Mich . . 

Kans... 

Kans... 
S.C... 
Ill 



Cong, 
dist. 



4th.. 
12th. 
37th. 
9th.. 

8th.. 



nth. 
26th. 
31st. 

8th.. 

30th. 
7th.. 

12th. 

31st. 

5th.. 

17th. 

2d... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



D. C... 
W. Va. 

Nebr... 

Mass... 

Ohio... 

Ohio... 

N. Y... 
Mich - . 

S. C... 

Ohio... 

Minn.. 



2d... 
5th.. 

5th.. 

3d... 

19th. 



2d... 

1st.- 

1st.. 

12th. 

12th. 

1st.. 
6th.. 

6th.. 

12th. 

10th. 



Calif..., 6th. 
Utah... I 1st. 
Va I 8th. 



Idaho.. 



Ariz. 
Me.. 



N. Y... 



1st. 
2d.. 



32d.. 



« .\lso acting in charge, pathological laboratory, office of plant geography and physiology, office 
canker eradication, and office of vegetable and forage diseiises. 
» Also director of personnel and business administration (see Office of the Secretary) . 



$7,500 
6,000 
5.200 
3,100 
2,700 



5,200 

4,200 

5,200 

5,400 

5,400 
5,600 

6,000 

5,400 

5,600 

6,500 

5,800 

4,600 
5,600 

5,200 

5,200 

5,400 

2,900 
5,200 

5,200 

5,200 

6,000 

6,000 

5,200 
5,200 

5,600 

6,000 

5,800 



7,500 
6,000 
4,800 



5,600 

-■« 

5,600 

5,600 

5,600 
of citrus 



74 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Forest Service— Continued 

Service and Technical Divi- 
sions — Continued 

Theodore "W. Norcross . 


Chief engineer in charge of branch of engi- 
neering. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of 
grazing. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of pub- 
lic relations. 

Director, forest products laboratory, Madi- 
son, Wis. 

Forest taxation economist, New Haven, Conn. 

Property assistant. Ogden, Utah 

Director, Appalachian station, .'Vsheville, 

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. 
Acting in charge, Southern station, New 

Orleans, La. 
Director, Southwestern station. Flagstaff, 

Xrii. 
Director, California station, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Director, Ohio-Mississippi Valley station, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Director, Allegheny station, (location of 

station undetermined). 

Director, Great Basin station, Ephriam, 

Utah. 
Director, Jornada station, Las Cruces, N. 

Mex. 
Director, Santa Rita station, Tucson, Ariz... 

District forester, Missoula, Mont 


Mass... 

N.Mex. 

Pa 

Conn.. 

Conn-- 
Mo 

111 

N. Y... 

Conn.. 

Me 

Oreg... 
Mich-- 
Nebr... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
La 

Nebr... 
Calif.-. 
N.Mex- 

Colo... 

Idaho.. 
Colo... 

Nebr-. 
Iowa... 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Mont.- 
Mont.. 
Idaho.. 
Colo... 
Wash.- 
Idaho.. 
Colo.-. 
Mont.- 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Mont-. 
N. Y..- 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Minn-. 
Mont-. 
Iowa... 
Iowa... 


4th.... 
At L-- 
19th... 

1st 

2d 

Cth..- 

1st.... 

11th... 
2d 

1st 

3d..... 

.5th..-. 

1st 

11th... 

37th... 

2d...- 

6th.... 
9th. ... 
At L.. 

1st 

1st 

3d 

3d....- 

oth.... 

1st 

1st 

2d 

1st 

1st 

1st 

5th...- 
ist 

ISt---- 

1st 

1st 

2d 

1st 

37th-.- 

1st 

2d 

4th.... 

1st 

9th.... 
1st 


.$5, 600 


Will C. Barnes . 


5,400 


Robert Y. Stuart 


5,400 


Carlisle P. Winslow 


5, 400 


Fred. R. Fairchild ... 


7,500 




3,600 


Forest Experiment Stations 
Earl H. Frothingham . 


4,400 




5,400 


Thornton T. Munger 


4,600 


Samuel T. Dana.. . 


5,400 


Robert H. Weidman. 


3,800 


Elwood L. Demmon 

Gustaf A. Pearson . 


3,600 
4,600 


Edward I. Kotok 


4.600 


Edward F. McCarthy 


4,400 


Reginald D. Forbes.. 


4,400 


Forest Range Experiment 
Stations 

Clarence L. Forsling 


4,4C0 


Jacob D. Schoeller . .. 


3,200 


Matthew J. Culley 


3, 200 


Northern National Forest 
District 

Fred W. Morrell 


5,400 


Forest Supervisors 
Paul A. Wohlen 


Clearwater Nat. Forest, Orofino, Idaho 

Coeur d'.\lene Nat. Forest, Coeur d'Alene, 
Idaho. 

Nezperce Nat. Forest, Grangeville, Idaho 

Pend Oreille Nat. Forest, Sandpoint, Idaho.. 
Selway Nat. Forest, Kooskia, Idaho 


3,300 


Charles K. McHarg, jr 


3,700 


Leon C. Hurtt.- 


3.500 


Ernest T. Wolf - 


3,100 




3,300 


Eldon H. Myrick 


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 


3,100 


George E. Martin. . 


3,100 


R. Trevor Ferguson . 


3, 000 


John B. Somers- 

John W. Lowell 


3, 300 
3,500 


James E. Ryan 

Ray R. Fitting 


3,300 
3,000 


Alva A. Simpson 

John B. Taylor... 


3,300 
3,300 


Lloyd D. Hornby 


Flathead Nat. Forest, Kalispell, Mont 

Gallatin Nat. Forest, Bozeman, Mont 

Helena Nat. Forest, Helena, Mont.. 


3,500 


Arthur II. .\bbott 


3,000 


Burr W. Clark 


3. 300 


Wilford B. WOley 


Jefferson Nat. Forest, Great Falls, Mont 


3, 300 




3, 400 


Wm. E. Lockhart 


Lewis and Clarke Nat. Forest, Choteau, Mont 
Lolo Nat. Forest, Missoula, Mont.. 


3,000 


Charles D. Simpson 


3,400 


Walter J. Derrick. 


Madison Nat. Forest, Sheridan, Mont 

Missoula Nat. Forest, Missoula, Mont :. 

Kaniksu Nat. Forest, Newport, Wash 


3,300 


William N. Nagel. 


3,200 


James C. Whitman... 


3,500 



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75 



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 

Rocky Mountain National 
Forest District 

Aliens. Peck.- 

Forest Supervisors 

John Y. Leighou 

Charles B. Mack 

William R. Kreutzer.. 

Ray Peck 

Theodore Krueger _ 

Harold L. Borden 

Lewis R. Rist 

Arthur F. Hoffman 

Everard S. Keithlev 

Robert E. Clark..' _ 

Phillip V. Woodhead 

li. Earl French 

Andrew Hutton 

Simeon D. Anderson 

James A. Blair ._ 

Robert G. Schreck 

George E. Marshall 

.\lbin G. Hamel 

Jay Higgins 

George A. Duthie ,.. 

James F. Conner 

Fred B. Agee 

James Blackhall 

Huber C. Hilton 

James N. Langworthy 

Wallace J. Pearee , 

Harry H. French 

Southwestern National Forest 
District 

Frank C. W. Pooler 

Forest Supervisors 

Kenner C. Kartchner. _ _ _ 

Edward G. Miller 

Frederic Winn 

Rex King 

Francis L. W. Grubb 

Paul H. Roberts... 

Theodore T. Swift 

George W. Kmiball 

Carroll R. Dwire 

Francis L. Kirby . 

O. Fred Arthur 

John A. Adams 

James .\. Scott 

Frank E. Andrews 

Intermountain National Forest 
District 

Richard H. Rutledge 

Forest Supervisors 

Walter G. Mann 

Guy B. Mains 

Earl C. Sauford 

Ernest A. Renner ^_. 

Sidney C. Scribner 

Oscar W. Mink 

Sidney S. Stewart 

William B. Rice 



District forester, Denver, Colo. 



Arapahoe Nat. Forest, Hot Sulphur Springs, 

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. 

Leadville Nat. Forest, Leadville, Colo 

Montezuma Nat. Forest, Maneos, 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 

Uncom[)ahgre Nat. Forest. Delta, Colo 

White River Nat. Forest, Glenwood Springs, 

Colo. 
Michigan Nat. Forest, East Tawas, Mich.. 
Minnesota Nat. Forest, Cass Lake, Minn... 

Superior Nat. Forest, Ely, Minn 

Nebraska Nat. Forest, Halsev, Nebr. 

Black Hills Nat. Forest, Deadwood, S. Dak. 

Harney Nat. Forest, Custer, S. Dak 

Bighorn Nat. Forest, Sheridan, Wyo 

Hayden Nat. Forest, Encampment, Wyo... 
^Medicine Bow Nat. Forest, Laramie, Wyo.. 

Shoshone Nat. Forest, Cody, Wyo 

Washakie Nat. Forest, Lander, Wyo 

Wichita Nat. Forest, Cache, Okla 



District forester, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Apache Nat. Forest, Springville, Ariz 

Coconino Nat. Forest, Flagstaff, Ariz 

Coronado Nat. Forest, Tucson, Ariz 

Crook Nat. Forest, Safford, Ariz 

Prescott Nat. Forest, Prescott, .Vriz 

Sitgreaves Nat. Forest, Holbrook, 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, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Gila Nat. Forest, Silver City, N. Mex 

Santa Fe Nat. Forest, Santa Fe, N. Mex 



District forester, Ogden, Utah 

Kaibab Nat. Forest, Kanab, Utah 

Boise Nat. Forest, Boise, Idaho 

Caribou Nat. Forest, Montpelier, Idaho 

ChallisNat. Forest, Challis, Idaho 

Idaho Nat. Forest, McCall, Idaho 

Lemhi Nat. Forest, Mackay, Idaho 

Minidoka Nat. Forest, Burley, Idaho... 
Payette Nat. Forest, Emmett, Idaho 



N.Mex. 



S. Dak. 

Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Nebr... 
Colo... 

Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Pa 

111 

Colo... 



Minn. 
Minn. 
Colo.. 
Colo-. 
Wyo.. 
S. Dak 
Wyo.. 
Wyo.. 
Mich , 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 



Vt. 



Ariz 

Kans.._ 
N. Mex 
N. Y.-_ 
Colo.— 
Nebr... 

Ariz 

Mass... 
N. Mex 

Ariz 

.\riz 

N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 



Idaho.. 



Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Mich.. 
Idaho. 
Utah.. 
Idaho- 
Ind..- 
Kans.. 



AtL. 



3d. 



4th... 
4th... 
4th... 

6th... 
4th... 

4th... 
4th... 
4th_.- 
4th... 
2d.... 
4th... 
30th-. 
15th.. 
4th-.. 

8th... 
6th... 
3d.... 
Ist... 
At L. 
2d.... 
At L_ 
At L_ 
10th.. 
4th... 
2d.-__ 
4th... 



AtL. 
4th. ._ 
AtL. 
34th.. 
2d...- 
1st _._ 
AtL. 
6th..- 
At L. 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL- 



2d-. 
2d- 
2d-. 
2d-. 
1st-. 
2d-.. 
12th 
4th.. 



$5,400 



3,100 

3,200 
3,300 
3,100 

3,200 
3,100 

3,000 
3,300 
3,300 
3, 300 
3,100 
3,200 
3,300 
3,10.0 
3,100 

3,000 
3,000 
3,600 
2,800 
3,400 
3,500 
3,500 
3,000 
3,500 
3,100 
3,300 
3,000 



5,400 



3,eoo 

3,fiOO 
3,300 
3,200 
3,200 
3,500 
3,500 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 
3,500 
3,000 
3,500 
3,600 



5,400 



2,800 
3,500 
3,200 
3,000 
3.400 
3,100 
3,100 
3,500 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

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




Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Forest Service — Continued 

Inter mountion National Forest 
District— Continued 

Forest Supervisors— Contd. 

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. Kiddle 

Charles DeMoisy, jr 

Edwin C. Shepard 

Arthur C. McCain 

Clarence E. Favre 



California National Forest 
District 

Stuart B. Show 



Forest Supervisors 

George H. Cecil. 

John D. Coflman 

Joseph E. Elliott 

Edwin F. Smith 

Eoy Boothe... 

Fred D. Douthitt. 

William G. Durbin 

George W. Lyons 

David N. Rogers 

Stephan A. Nash-Boulden. 

William V. Mendenhall 



Frank P. Cunningham. 

Thomas J. Jones 

Maurice A. Benedict 

Jesse R. Hall 

Richard L. P. Bigelow. 

Frank Price 

William M. Maule 



North Pacific National Forest 
District 

Christopher M. Granger 

Forest Supervisors 

Nelson F. Macdufi. 

Hugh B. Rankin 

Rudo L. Fromme 

Gilbert D. Brown 

Walter L. Button 

Thomas H. Sherrard.. 

Vernon V. Harpham 

Charles C. Hall 

Jas. H. Billingslea .- 

Ralph S. Shelley 

John F. Irwin. 

Carl B. Neal 

Nelson J. Billings 

John C. Kuhns, jr 

Philip T. Harris 

Floyd V. Uorton 

Perry A. Thompson 

Lawrence B. Pagter 

Herbert L. Plumb 

Edwin J. Fenby 

William G. Weigle. 

Albert H. Sylvester 



Salmon Nat. Forest, Salmon, Idaho... N. Mex 

Sawtooth Nat. Forest, Ilailey, Idaho Nebr.. 

Targhee Nat. Forest, St. Anthony, Idaho Idaho 

Weiser Nat. Forest, Weiser, Idaho Wyo 

Humboldt Nat. Forest, Elko, Nev ! Idaho. 

Nevada Nat. Forest, Ely, Nev | Idaho. 



Toiyabe Nat. Forest, Austin, Nev. 

Ashley Nat., Forest, Vernal, Utah 

Cache Nat. Forest, Logan, Utah 

Dixie Nat. Forest, Cedar City, Utah 

Fishlake Nat. Forest, Richfield, Utah 

La Sal Nat. Forest, Moab, Utah 

Manti Nat. Forest, Ephraim, Utah 

Powell Nat. Forest, Panquitch, Utah 

Uinta Nat. Forest, Provo, Utah 

Wasatch Nat. Forest, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Teton Nat. Forest, Jackson, Wyo 

Wyoming Nat. Forest, Kemmerer, Wyo 



District forester, San Francisco, Calif Calif.. . 



Utah 

Idaho.. 

Idaho.. 

Utah... 

Utah... 

Utah... 

Utah... 

Utah... 

Utah... 

N. Y... 

Mont.. 

Idaho.. 



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, Alturas, Calif.. 

Plumas Nat. Forest, Quincy, Calif 

San Bernardino Nat. Forest, San Bernardino, 

Calif. 
Santa Barbara Nat. Forest, Santa Barbara, 

Calif. 

Sequoia Nat. Forest, Porterville, Calif 

Shasta Nat. Forest, Mount Shasta, Calif 

Sierra Nat. Forest, North Fork, Calif 

Stanislaus Nat. Forest, Sonora, Calif 

Tahoe Nat. Forest, Nevada City, Calif 

Trinity Nat. Forest, Weaverville, Calif 

Mono Nat. Forest, Minden, Nev 



District forester, Portland, Oreg. 



Cascade Nat. Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Crater Nat. Forest, Medford, Oreg 

Deschutes Nat. Forest, Bend, Oreg... 

Fremont Nat. Forest, Lakeview, Oreg 

Malheur Nat. Forest, 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, Koseburg, Oreg 

Wallowa Nat. Forest, Wallowa, Oreg 

Whitman Nat. Forest, Baker, Oreg 

Chelan Nat. Forest, Okanogan, Wash. 

Columbia Nat. Forest, 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... 



Md.... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Mich... 

Me 

Calif- 
Calif... 

Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Pa 



Calif... 



Mich... 
Oreg... 
Ind.-.. 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
N. J.... 
Oreg... 
Mont.. 
Wash.. 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Me..... 
Oreg... 
Wash.. 
Conn.. 
N. Y... 
Md.... 

Pa 

Calif... 



AtL. 

1st... 
2d.... 
.A.tL 
2d.... 
2d.... 
1st... 
2d.... 
1st... 
1st... 
1st... 
1st.. 
1st... 
1st.., 
1st.. 
32d.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



8th.... 



6th... 
2d.... 
2d... 
2d... 
7th.. 
5th.., 
5th.. 
2d..- 
4th.. 
11th. 

9th.. 

7th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
11th. 
7th.. 
7th.. 
9th.. 



9th.... 



2d... 
2d... 
8th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
3d... 
2d... 
2d... 
1st-. 
2d... 
1st.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
31st. 
4th.. 
20th 
1st.. 



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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 



Eastern National Forest 
District 



Evan vv'. Kelley 

Forest Supervisors 



H. Norton Cope 

Charles A. PIjTnale. 



Henry R. Koen.. 
Arnold C. Shaw. 
Ira T. Yarnall... 



Robert W. Shields.. 

Merwin A. Mattoon 

Loren L. Bishop 

William P. Kramer (junior for- 
ester) . 

Rushton H. Charlton 

Sam R. Broadbent 

Harold M. Sears 

Seward H. Marsh 

Carlton L. Perkins 



Alaska National Forest 
District 



Charles H. Flory 

Forest Supervisors 



William J. McDonald. 
Robert A. Zeller 



Bureau of Chemistry and Soils 



Charles A. Browne.. 

Albert G. Rice 

Charles A. Wolfe.... 
Henry A. Donovan. 



Scientific Divisions 

(a) Chemical and Technological 
Research 

Charles A. Browne 

William W. Skinner 



Howard S. Paine 

David J. Price 

Horace T. Herrickn.. 

Edgar T. Wherry 

Frederich C. Blanck. 
George S. Jamieson.. 

David B. Jones 

Fletcher P. Veitch ". 



(6) Fertilizer and Fixed Nitrogen 
Investigations 

Frederick G. Cottrell 



Frank A. Ernst.. 
William H. Ross. 



ohn W. Turrentine. 



District forester, Washington, D. C 

Benning group, Columbus, Ga 

Ouachita Nat. Forest, Hot Springs National 

Park, Ark. 

Ozark Nat. Forest, Russellville, Ark 

Florida Nat. Forest, Pensacola, Fla 

While Mountain Nat. Forest, Laconia, 

N. H. 

Nantahala Nat. Forest, Franklin, N. C 

Pisgah Nat. Forest, Asheville, N. C... 

Allegheny Nat. Forest, Warren, Pa 

Luquillo Nat. Forest, Rio Piedras, P. R 

Cherokee Nat. Forest, Knoxville, Tenn 

Unaka Nat. Forest, Bristol, Tenn 

Natural Bridge Nat. Forest, Lynchburg, Va, 
Shenandf^ah Nat. Forest, Harrisonburg, Va. 
Monongahela Nat. Forest, Elkins, W. Va 



District forester, Juneau, Alaska 

Chugach Nat. Forest, Cordova, Alaska. 
Tongass Nat. Forest, Ketchikan, Alaska 

Assistant chief (acting chief). 

Assistant to chief 

Assistant in charge of accounts 

Chief clerk 



Chief, chemical and technological research... 
Assistant chief, chemical and technological 

research. 
Senior chemist in charge of carbohydrate 

division. 
Engineer in charge of chemical engineering 

division. 
Senior chemist in charge of color and farm 

waste division. 
Senior chemist in charge of crop chemistry 

laboratory. 
Senior chemist in charge of food research 

division. 
Chemist in charge of oil, fat, and wax labo- 
ratory. 
Senior chemist in charge of protein and 

nutrition division. 
Senior chemist in charge of techno-chemical 

division. 



Chief of fertilizer and fixed nitrogen investi- 
gations. 
Chief, engineering division 

Chemist in charge of concentrated fertilizer 

investigations. 
Chemist in charge of potash investigations 



Calif... 



Pa.. 

Ark. 

Ark.... 

N. Y„. 
Pa... 

Pa... 
Conn 
Nebr. 
Pa... 

111.... 
Mo.. 
Pa... 
Ky... 

Mass. 



Ohio... 



Alaska. 
Minn.. 



N. Y... 
Ky 

Wash.. 
Mass... 



N. Y... 
.4.riz 

Ark.... 

Pa 

Ohio... 

Pa 

Md.-.. 

Conn.. 

Wis. 

Md. 



Calif. 



N. J... 
Ariz 



Conn.. 



2d. 



8th.. 
5th.. 

5th.. 
26th. 
16th. 

17th_ 
3d... 
1st.. 
llth_ 

1st.. 
10th. 
25th. 
8th.. 
5th.. 



12th... 



8th.... 



4th.. 
6th.. 
3d... 
10th. 



4th... 
At L. 

4th... 

12th.. 

20th.. 

26th.. 

1st... 

2d.... 

3d.... 

5th... 



6th. 



11th.. 
At L. 



2d. 



$5 400 



3,000 
3,400 

3,100 
3,300 
3,500 

3,100 
3.300 
3,300 
2 600 

3.300 
3,000 
3,300 
3,500 
3,100 



3,900 
4,200 



6,500 
3,800 
3, 000 
2,700 



6, 500 
5,400 

5,200 

5,200 

5,200 

5,200 

5,400 

4,400 

5,200 

5,400 



6,000 



5,200 
4,200 



4,000 



2 Salary cooperative with State 
n Also senior chemist in charge 
12 Also senior chemist in charge 



agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 

of color certification. Food, Drugs, and Insecticide Administration. 

of 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 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Chemistry and 
Soils — Continued 

Scientific Divisions— Con. 

(c) Soil Investigations 

.Uthur G. McCall 

Curtis F. Marbut.. 

Philip L. Gile_-.. 

(Vacancy) 

Oswald Schreiner 

Charles Thorn 

Soil Survey Districts 

Mark Baldwin 

Hugh H. Bennett - 

Williamson E. Hearn 

Maey H. Lapham___ .-. 

Thomas D. Rice 

Arthur T. Strahorn 

Bureau of Entomology 

Leland O. Howard.-- -- 

Charles L. Marlatt » 

Altus L. Quaintance 

Sievert A. Rohwer 

Eugene B. O'Leary 

Austin J. Leister 

RoUa P. Currie 

Mabel Colcord 

Scientific Divisions 

Altus L. Quaintance 

Walter H. Larrimer 

Bert R. Coad -. 

Frank C. Craighead 

John E. Graf 

James I. Hambleton 

Ernest A. Back 

Arthur C. Baker 

Sievert A. Rohwer 

Albert F. Burgess 

Loren B. Smith 

Fred C. Bishopp 

Bureau of Biological Survey 

Paul G. Redington__ - 

Walter C. Henderson 

Ada B. Morrison.. 

Em.ery J. Thompson 

Edward J. Cohnan -.- 

William H. Cheesman 

Lisle Morrison 

Scientific, Economic, and Regu- 
latory Divisions 

Edward A. Goldman 

Frank G. Ashbrook 

Albert K. Fisher 



Chief of soil investigations - 

In charge, soil survey division 

In charge, soil chemical division 

In charge, soil physics division 

In charge, soil fertility division 

In charge, soil microbiology division. 



Ohio--- 
Mo 

Mass.-. 



Inspector, northeastern district w 

Inspector, south-central district " 

Inspector, southeastern district , 

Inspector, western district, Berkeley, Calif.. 

Inspector, north-central district — 

Assistant soil surveyor in charge of coopera- 
tive reclamation soil classification. 



Chief 

Associate chief, in charge of regulatory work. 

Associate chief, in charge of research 

Senior entomologist, business manager 

Administrative officer 

Fiscal officer 

Associate entomologist, in charge of informa- 
tion and editorial work. 
Librarian 



Associate chief of bureau, in charge of decidu- 
ous fruit insect investigations. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of cereal and 
forage insect investigations. 

Entomologist, in charge of cotton insect in- 
vestigations, Tallulah, La. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of forest insect 
investigations. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of truck crop 
insect investigations. 

Apiculturist, in charge of bee culture inves- 
tigations, Somerset, Md. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of stored prod- 
uct insect investigations. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of tropical and 
subtropical plant insect investigations. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of taxonomic 
investigations. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of gipsy moth 
and brown-tail moth investigations, Mel- 
rose Highlands, Mass. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of Japanese 
beetle operations, Riverton, N. J. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of investiga- 
tions of insects affecting man and animals. 



Chief 

Associate chief 

.Assistant to chief 

Assistant in operations 

Assistant in charge of accounts 

Editor 

Assistant in charge of exhibits, photographs, 
and publications. 



Wis.... 
N. Y... 



Ind 

N. C... 
N. C... 
Mich.. 

Fla 

Nebr... 



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

Va 

D. C... 

Pa 

N. Dak 



Mass... 

Md.... 
Ohio... 
Tex.... 

Pa 

Calif... 

Wis 

Hawaii 

Va 

Va 

Mass... 

Va 

Tex 



Ariz 

Md.... 
N. C... 
N. Y... 
Colo... 
N. J-... 
Md 



12th. 
8th.. 
9th.. 



' Salary cooperative with State 
• Also chairman of the Federal 



Biologist in charge of game and bird reserva- Calif... 

tions. 

Biologist in charge of fur resources Pa 20th. 

Senior biologist in charge of economic investi- I N. Y... 19th.. 

gations. 

agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury, 
Horticultural Board. 



2d... 
30th. 



nth. 

7th.. 
5th.. 
6th- 
1st.. 
6th.. 



37th. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
8th.. 



9th.. 
1st.. 

13th. 

5th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
19th. 
9th.. 
3d... 



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

2d... 
5th.. 



At L. 

6th... 
9th... 
17th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
6th... 



7th. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



79 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Bureau of Biological Survey- 
Continued 

Scientific, Economic, and JRegu- 
latory Divisions — Con. 

Waldo L. Mc.Uee 

W. B. Bell 

Harold P. Sheldon... 


Biologist in charge of investigations of food 

habits of wild birds and animals. 
Biologist in charge of biological investigations 

(wild life). 
Chief United States game warden in charge of 

enforcement of migratory-bird treaty and 

Lacey acts. 
Biologist in charge of importation of foreign 

birds and mammals. 

Superintendent, Upper Mississippi River 
Wild Life and Fish Refuge, Winona, Minn. 

Warden, National Bison Range, Moiese, 
Mont. 

Warden, Wind Cave National Game Pre- 
serve, Hot Springs, S. Dak. 

Warden, Elk Refuge, Jackson, Wyo 


Ind-... 
N. Dak 
Vt 

Calif... 

Minn.. 

Colo... 

S. Dak. 

Wyo... 
Colo... 

Mo 

S. Dak. 

Ill 

N. Y... 

Wash.- 

Calif... 

Ariz 

Calif.-- 
S. Dak. 

N.Dak 

Iowa... 
Oreg... 
Colo... 
Kans... 
Oreg... 
Wyo... 
Calif... 

Ga 

Idaho -- 
Minn.- 
Colo... 

Mont.- 
Oreg.-- 
Wyo--- 
Calif--- 
Utah-.. 
Oreg... 

Tex 

Oreg... 
Wyo... 


nth... 

1st 

2d 

6th.... 

4th..-. 

2d 

3d 

At L-- 
1st 

14th-.- 

3d-.[ 

1st 

34th— 

2d 

5th_--. 
At L-- 
8th-.. 
1st.... 

1st.... 
5th_... 

3d 

1st 

5th.... 

2d 

At L.. 

3d 

2d 

2d 

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

2d 

1st 

At L-- 
7th.... 

2d 

3d 

16th... 

1st 

M L.. 


$4,600 
4,200 
5,200 


Theodore S Palmer 


3,800 


Field Headquakters 
Big-game and Bird Reservations 
William T. Cox 


4,800 


Frank H. Rose 


2,500 


Abdon P. Chambers 


S 
2, 140 

2,100 


Frederick M. Dille 


Warden, Niobrara Reservation, Valentine, 
Nebr. 

Warden, Big Lake Reservation, Ark., 
Hornersville, Mo. 

Warden, Sullys .Hill National Game Pre- 
serve, Devils Lake, N. Dak. 

Assistant biologist in charge, Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y. 

Biologist ki charge, Fontana, Calif .- - 


1,860 


Levin L. Bryan 


1,560 


Wesley D. Parker 


1,620 


Experimental Fur Farm 
Karl B. Hanson . 


3,300 


Rabbit Experiment Station 


3,800 


Control of Injurious Rodents 
and Predatory Animals 

District Leaders 

Stanley E. Piper 


Associate biologist in charge of eradication 
methods laboratory, Denver, Colo. 

Assistant biologist, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Assistant biologist, Denver, Colo 


3,300 


Alwin E. Gray 


3,000 
2,900 


Edward R Sans 




2,900 




Rapid City, S. Dak --- 


2,600 


Control of Injurious Rodents 
District Leaders 


Assistant biologist, Boise, Idaho - 


2,900 




Assistant biologist, Portland, Oreg 


2,900 


Francis E. Garlough 

Donald \ Gilchrist 


Assistant biologist, Berkeley, Calif 


2,900 




2,900 


Andrew E. Oman. -.. 


Assistant biologist, Manhattan, Kans 


2,900 
2,800 


Albert M. Day 




2,700 




2.700 


Lawrence C. Whitehead 

Reuben S. Zimmerman 

Otto E. Stephl 

James Silver . - 


Assistant biologist, San .\ntonio, Tex 

Assistant biologist. Salt Lake City, Utah 

-Assistant biologist, Bozeman, Mont . 


2,700 
2,700 
2,500 


Assistant biologist, Washington, D. C. (dis- 
trict headquarters) . 

Olvmpia, Wash 


2,800 


Control of Predatory Animals 
District Leaders 
Glenn F Bach 


2,900 


Robert E. Bateman 

Charles J. Bayer 

Luther J. Goldman - 

George E. Holman 

Stanley G. Jewett 

Cedric R. Landon. 

Mark K. Musgrave 

Charles G. Poole 


Billings. Mont. .-. --- 

Cheyenne. Wyo --. 

Gooding, Idaho 

Salt Lake City, Utah .- 

Portland, Oreg. - 

San Antonio, Tex 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Sacramento, (!'alif - 


2,900 
2,900 
2,900 
2,900 
2,900 
2,900 
2,900 
2 2, 800 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Trea.sury. 



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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. 



Bureau of Biological Survey — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

EnfoTcemeni of Migratory-bird 
Treaty and Lacey Acts 

U. S. Game Wardens 

Harry Barmeier 

Phihp S. Farnham... 

Phineas K. Hilliard 

George E. Mushbach 

Webster H. Ransom ., 

Ray C. Steele.. 

William L. Birsch , 

Thomas T. Bloxsom 

Bernhardt R. Britton , 

Marquis A. Charlton 

William H. Hoffman 

'John Q. Holmes 

Jay V. Kelsey 

Samuel W. Linebaugh... 

John E. Perry 

George M. Riddick 

Kenneth F. Roahcn_._ 

Burdette J. Shaver 

Bertrand E. Smith. 

Orin D. Steele 

George Tonkin 

E. Bradford Whitehead 

Frank Clarkson 

Alaska Investigations 

Hugh W. Terhune.... 

Lawrence J. Palmer... 

Alaska Game Commission 

Charles T. Gardner 

(Vacancy) 

WillH. Chase 

Preston S. Whitney.. 

Hugh W. Terhune 

Alaska Game Wardens 

Chas. L. Cadwallader 

Frank Dufresne. 

Erwin M. Goddard 

Oddie Hallson 

Marion R. Harris... 

Homer W. Jewell 

Sam O. White. 

Mark A. Winkler 

Bureau of Public Roads 

Thomas H. MacDonald 

Philip St. J. Wilson 

-Austin B. Fletcher 

Charles D. Curtiss.. 

Herbert S. Fairbank 

Lester E. Boykin 



St. Louis, Mo 

Owego, N. Y... 

Atlantic City, N. J.. 

Billings, Mont 

Spokane, Wash 

Portland, Oreg. 

Norfolk, Va. , 

Locustville, Va 

Socorro, N. Mex 

Columbus, Ohio 

Mobile, Ala.. , 

Orleans, Nebr 

Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Russellville, Ky 

Memphis, Tenn 

Little Rock, Ark 

Peoria, 111 

St. Paul, Minn 

Portland, Me 

Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Berkeley, Calif 

Thomasville, Ga 

Houston, Tex 



Administrative officer for Alaska and chief 
representative of Biological Survey resi- 
dent in the Territory, Juneau, Alaska. 

Biologist in charge of reindeer investigations 
in Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. 

Commissioner, first judicial div., and chair- 
man, Juneau, Alaska. 

Commissioner, second judicial div., , 

Alaska. 

Commissioner, third judicial div., Cordova, 
Alaska. 

Commissioner, fourth judicial div., Fair- 
banks, Alaska. 

E.'secutive officer, fiscal agent, and secretary; 
representative of Biological Survey, Juneau, 
Alaska. 



-Anchorage, .\laska... 
Fairbanks, -Alaska... 

Sitka, Alaska 

Bethel, Alaska 

Juneau, -Alaska 

Kodiak, .Alaska 

Fort Yukon, Alaska. 
Nome, Alaska 



Augusta F. Johnston. 



Carrie L. Fuller. 
Hilda E. Graff.. 



Chief 

Chief engineer 

Consulting highway engineer 

-Assistant to chief 

-A.ssistant to chief 

Senior administrative offlcer in charge of legal 
section. 

-Administrative assistant in charge of person- 
nel. 

-Administrative assistant 

Administrative assistant 



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

Mont.. 
Wash.. 
Wash.. 

Va 

Va 

Wash.. 
Ohio... 

Ill 

Nebr... 
Wis.... 

Ky 

Tenn... 
Tenn.. 
Wash.. 
Wis.... 

Me 

Mass... 
Oreg... 

Fla 

Tex.... 



.Alaska. 
Nebr... 

Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska - 
-Alaska. 
Alaska. 



.Alaska 

-Alaska 

.Alaska. 

-Alaska. 

-Alaska- 

.Alaska. 

Alaska. 

-Alaska. 



Iowa . . . 
Md.... 
S. C... 

Wyo... 

Mich _ - 
m 



3d-. 
37th. 
3d... 
2d_.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
8th.. 
1st.. 
5th-. 
8th.. 
3d... 
6th.. 
9th.. 
5th-. 
11th. 
3d..- 
14th. 
2d... 
3d__. 
11th. 



1st.- 



lowa... 7th. 

Va 3d.. 

Calif..., .3d. 



7th. 
3d.. 
6th. 



1st... 



10th. 
7th.. 



3,000 
2,700 



' Per diem. 



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81 



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 Public Roads— Con. 

Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

T. Warren Allen 


Chief, division of control 


N. Y... 
Iowa... 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Wis.... 

Va 

Miss... 

N. H... 
Ohio... 
Kans... 
Ind.... 
Md.... 
N. Y... 
Mass... 

Wash.. 

Calif... 
Oreg... 

Wash.. 

N.Mex. 

Calif... 

N. Y... 

Utah... 
Kans... 
Minn.. 
Colo... 

Mo 

Iowa... 

N. Y... 

Ill 

Oreg... 
Ind.... 
Nebr... 

Va 

Calif... 

Cahf... 


19th... 

3d 

24th... 
39th... 
3d 

3d 

8th.... 

2d 

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

2d 

6th.... 
32d.... 
11th... 

2d 

nth... 

3d 

3d 

AtL.. 
9th.... 
35th... 

1st 

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

2d 

14th... 
2d 

38th... 
18th... 
1st 

8th.... 

1st 

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

7th.... 


$5,600 
5,600 


Earl F.TCellev 


Chief, division of tests and research 


Edwin W. James 


Chief, division of design.. 


5,800 
5,800 
5,600 


Hubert K. Bishop 


Chief, division of construction.. . 


J. Gordon McKay 


Chief, division of highway transport and eco-' 

nomics. 
Chief, bridge division 


Oscar L. Grover 


5,200 
5,800 


Samuel H. McCrory .. . 


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, Tex. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 7, 

South Chicago, 111. 
District engineer, in charge of Dist. No. 8, 

Montgomery, A\a. 
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. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 3, 

Denver, Colo. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 11, 

Juneau, .\laska. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 12, 

Ogden, Utah. 

Senior irrigation engineer in charge of irriga- 
tion investigations, Berkeley, Calif. 

Agricultural engineer in charge of cotton- 
dusting investigations, Tallulah, La. 

Drainage engineer in charge of drainage in- 
vestigations, St. Paul, Minn. 

Irrigation engineer in charge of irrigation in- 
vestigations, Fort Collins, Colo. 

Drainage engineer in charge of drainage in- 
vestigations. Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

Drainage engineer in charge of drainage in- 
vestigations, Iowa City, Iowa. 

Chief 


District ITeadouarters for 
Highway Work 

(a) Eastern Districts 

Erwin 0. Hathaway. 


5, 809 


Willi:ira H. Lynch 


5,200 
5,400 
5,800 
5,800 


Albert R. Losh 


James T. Voshell .. 


Raymond E. Toms 


Guv H. Miller 


5,800 


Vernon M. Peirce 


5,400 
6,000 


(6) Westerii Districts 
Laurence I. Hewes .... 


Joseph S. Bright . 


5,800 


Charles H. Purcell 


5,800 


Charles H. Sweetser 


5,600 


Junius W. Johnson .... 


5,800 


Melvin D. Williams 


4,800 


Burtis J. Finch.. 


5,600 


Agricultural Engineering Field 
Headquarters 

Walter W. McLaughlin. 

Elmer Johnson 

Dalton G. Miller.... 

Ralph L. ParshalL... 

Charles E. Ramser 

David L. Yarnell 

Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics 

Lloyd S. Tenny 


5,400 
4,600 
4,200 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 

7,500 


Nils A. Olsen ' 


Assistant chief . . ...... . 


6,000 


Clarence W. Eatchen... 


-Assistant chief 


5,600 


J. Clvde Marquis 


In charge of economic information . 


5,200 


Fred J. Hughes 




4,000 


Marv G. Lacv. 


Librarian 


3,400 


Peter H. Quinn 

William C. Ten Eyck 


Senior administrative assistant in charge of 

accounts. 
Junior administrative assistant in charge of 

telegraph. 


3,300 
3,000 



' Also chief, division of agricultural finance. 



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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. 



Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics—Continued 

Scientific, Serrice, and Regula- 
tory Diri.fio'ii.s 

Chris L. Christensen 

Nils A. Olsen _ 

Charles H. Walleigh 

Arthur W. Palmer .• 

William F. Callander 

Roy C. Potts _ 

Howard R. ToUey.. 

Charles J. Galpin 

Francis G. Robb 

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 

Albert C. Poulton 

John J. Haggerty 

Wingate P. Barbot 

(h) Agricultural Statisticians 

Roy L. Gillett 

Virgil C. Childs 

Frank W. Gist 

John S. Dennee 

Julius H. Jacobson 

Owen L. Dawson 

Donald F. Christy 

J. Barnard Gibbs 

Eugene A. Logan 

Frank O. Black.. 

Carl J. West... 

Fred W. Beier, jr 

Wesley W. Putnam 

Leslie M. Carl 

Paul C , Newman 

Donald A. McCandliss 

Paul L. Koenig 

Jay G. Diamond 

Harry H. Sehutz 

Verne H. Church. 

Raleigh F. Hare 

Aaron E. Anderson 

Charles S. Bouton 

Hal F. Brvant.. 

AValter H. Kbling 

.Samuel T. Marsh 

Lionel L. Janes 

Carl H. Robinson 

Harris A. Marks... 

Meade R. Wells 

Fred L. Kent 

Frank Parker 

Henry M. Taylor 

Elmer E. Kaufman 

Frank A ndrews. 

Glenn S. Ray.. 

-Andrew J. Surratt 

Paul H. Kirk 

Edward C. Paxton 

George L. Morgan 

Chester D. Stevens 

Miner M. Justin 



Chief, division of cooperative marketing 

Chief, division of agricultural finance.. 

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. 

Senior 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 



Houston, Tex 

New Orleans, La. 
New York, N. Y. 



Albany, N. Y 

Atlanta, Ga 

Auburn, Ala 

Washington, D. C. (for Maryland). 

Boise, Idaho 

Brookings, S. Dak 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Charleston, W. Va 

C oluni hia. Mo 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ohio 

Denver, Colo. 

Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Grand Forks, N. Dak 

Gulf port, Miss 

Harrisbuvg, Pa 

Helena, Mont.. 

Houston, Tex 

Lansing, Mich. 

Las Cruees, N. Mex 

Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock, Ark 

Louisville, Ky 

Mad ison. Wis 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Orleans, La 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Orlando, Fla 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Portland, Oreg 

Raleigh, N. C 

Richmond, Va 

Sacramento, Calif 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Spokane, Wash 

Springfield, 111 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N. J 

Wakefield, Mass 

West Lafayette, Ind 



Nebr... 

Ill 

Pa 


5th.... 
18th... 
8th.... 


Calif... 
Ill 


10th... 
2d 


Okla... 
Ind.... 


5th.... 
13th... 


Wis.... 


3d 


Ark.... 

Ill 

S. Dak. 
Ind.... 
Tenn... 


3d 

10th... 

1st 

8th.... 
3d 


Kans... 
Wis.... 


2d 

3d 


Pa 


2d 



Tex 


1st 


La 


1st.... 


N.Y... 


3d 


N.Y... 


37th... 


Ga 


8th.... 


Ala 


4th.... 


Calif... 


10th... 


Idaho.. 


2d 


Ill 


21st... 


Ohio... 


12th.-. 


Mo 


8th._.. 


Mo 


3d 


S. C... 


2d 


Ohio... 


12th..- 


Mont. . 


1st 


Colo... 


4th—- 


Iowa... 


7th...- 


Oreg... 


Ist 


Miss... 


6th.... 


Pa 


18th— 


Mont.. 


1st 


Tex 


Ifith— 


Mich.. 


5th—- 


N.Mex. 


At L.- 


Nebr... 


1st 


Ark.... 


3d 


Ky..... 


7th--- 


Wis.... 


3d 


S. C... 


2d 


Fla.-.-. 


4th—- 


Va 


9th--- 


NY... 


35th— 


Ariz.. . 


At L-- 


Oreg... 


1st 


N.C... 


4th---- 


Va 


7th-.-- 


Calif.. - 


7th--- 


Md.... 


6th-... 


Colo... 


2d 


Minn.. 


9th—- 


Kans... 


2d 


Kans... 


2d 


N.Y... 


28th— 


Mass... 


5th.--- 


Kans... 


.-ith-... 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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83 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics — Continued 

Field Headquarters — Con. 

(c) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge ofNeicsand Inspection 
Sereices on Dairy and Poultry 
Products 

Clarence T>. Pier 

Louis F. Champlin 

Marcus A. McCarron 

id) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of N'ews Service on 
Fruits and Vegetables 

William H. Hall 

Elmer R. Biddle 

Walter G. Lensen 

(e) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Inspection Service on 
Fruits and Vegetables 

George E. Prince 

Cornelius R. Newton 

Elbert E. Conklin. jr 

Karl S. Branch 

Emery F. McKune 

Hart T. Longino 

Will C. Hackleman 

Vernon V. Westgate _.-. 

Ober G. Strauss 

John J. Gardner 

Wilbur L. Close 

V.'illiam F. Allewelt 

Walter Kingsbury 

Forbes E. Bailey 

Leslie G. Schultz 

(0 drain Supervisors under 
Grain Standards Act 

Eutierford T. Miles 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y 
Philadelphia, Pa 



Chicago, 111 _ 

New York, N. Y 
Philadelphia, Pa 



Aiken, S. C 

Baton Rouge, La 

Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Denver, Colo 

Houston, Tex 

New York, N. Y 

Omaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Portland, Oreg 

Sacramento, Calif 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Yakima, Wash 

Boise, Idaho 



Administration of Grain 
Standards Act 

William H. McDonald 

William H. Shea 

Martin Schuler 

Ralph C. Miller 

Herbert E. Nelson 

Bert W. Whitlock 



In charge of 
Chicago, 111. 



general field headquarters. 



Chicago, 111 

Duluth, Minn 

Kansas City, Mo 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Omaha, Nebr 

Portland, Oreg. (Pacific coast field head- 
I quarters) . 
Charles B. Barron ] St. Louis, Mo 

Inspection Efficiency 

Fred G. Smith 

William P. Carrol! 

Evan L. Morris 

Philip Rothrock 

Clark A. RusseU 



Chicago, ni. (general field headquarters). 

Chicago, 111. (division headquarters) 

Kansas City, Mo 

New York, N. Y 

Indianapolis, Ind.. 



Board of Review 
Oscar F. Phillips _... 



Chairman, Chicago, 111. 



(g) Marketing Specialists tn 
Charge of Hay and Bean 
Inspection 



Allen D. Harlan Atlanta, Ga. 

Henry H. Whiteside i Chicago, 111 

Eral Owen Pollock ; Kansas City, Mo 

Heber J. Webb | Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Walter J. Morgan I San Francisco, Calif... 



Legal residence 



State 



S. Dak. 
Wash . . 
Mass... 



Ill 

Pa 

Mich... 



S. C... 
Calif... 
N. Y... 
Nebr... 
Colo... 
Tex--.. 
Mo--.. 
W^ash.. 
Ind.... 
Colo... 
Wash.. 
Colo... 
Calif.-. 
Wash . . 
Wash.. 



Tex. 



Minn.. 
Minn . _ 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Minn.- 
Mont-- 



Cong. 
dist. 



111. 



1st.. 
3d.._ 
13th. 



6th. 
6th. 
9th. 



3d... 
10th 
35th 
2d... 
2d.., 
1st.. 
8th. 
4th., 
5th. 
4th. 
4th. 
3d.. 
6th. 
5th. 
4th. 



7th.... 



8th.. 
10th. 
7th.. 
10th. 
10th. 
1st.. 



Ill ; 6th. 

Wis-... 5th. 

Mo 5th. 

Ohio... 6th. 

Ind.... 7th. 



Minn-. 8th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$3,600 
3,200 
2 300 



3,500 
3,800 
3,000 



»300 
"600 
4,000 
3,000 
'2,500 
3.000 
4,200 
3,000 
3,300 
3,100 
'300 
«600 
2.800 
«620 
«220 



5,000 



4,000 

3,800 
3,800 
4,000 
3,800 
4,200 



22d...-i 4,000 



Miss... 

Ill 

Tex.... 
Utah... 
Utah... 



4th. 
6th. 
6th. 
2d.. 
1st. 



4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,400 
4,000 



4,400 



2,400 
3,400 
3,100 
3,000 
3,000 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



fiureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics—Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

(h) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Xeri's Service on 
Livestock, Meats, and Wool 

John S. Campbell 

Max Y. Griffin 

Emory K. Hess 

B. Florens McCarthy 

Charles Bruce 

Alfred B. Smeby 



(0 Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Cotton Warehous- 
ing 

Fletcher O. Crout 

Roy L. Newton 

James P. Brown 



(j) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Grain Warehousing 



Jess W. Wade 

Edmund J. Murphv. 
Willett H. Holliday.. 



(fc) Marketing Specialist in 
Charge of Tobacco Warehous- 
ing 

Cecil B. Burns 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Chicago, 111 

Kansas City, Mo 

National Stockyards, 111. 

New York, N. Y 

Omaha, Nebr 

South St. Paul, Minn... 



Atlanta, Oa... 
Dallas, Tex... 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Boise, Idaho 

Portland, Oreg. 
Wichita, Kans. 



Bureau of Home Economics 



Louise Stanley ' 

Ruth Van Deman. 



Scientific Divisions 



Chase Q. Woodhouse. 

Ruth O'Brien 

Louise Stanley.- 



Federal Horticultural Board 



Charles L. Marlatt «. 
Reuben C. Althouse. 



Regulatory Divisions 

Ernest R. Sasscer... 

Stanley B. Fracker 

Field Headquarters 
Maritime Ports 

Harry Sargent 

Charles E. Prince, sr 

Willard G. Bemis 

John T. Rogers 

Henry W. Hecker 

Warren W. Wood 

Clyde P. Trotter 



I<ouisville, Ky. 



Chief 

Assistant to the chief, in charge of informa- 
tion. 



Acting chief, economics division 

Chief, textiles and clothing division 

Chief of bureau, acting in charge of foods and 
nutrition division. 



Chairman 

Administrative officer. 



Senior scientist in charge of foreign plant 

quarantines. 
Senior plant quarantine administrator in 

charge of domestic plant quarantines. 



Assistant plant quarantine inspector, As- 
toria, Oreg. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Boston, 
Mass. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Gal- 
veston, Tex. 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex 

111 

Mo 

N. Y... 
lowa... 
Minn.. 



S. C... 
Tex... 
Ala.... 



Idaho.. 
Miss... 
Iowa... 



Ky. 



Cong, 
dist. 



4th _. 
19th. 
5th.. 
7th.. 
11th. 
3d... 



7th.. 
10th. 
6th.. 



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



2d. 



Mo 8th... 

N. Y...I 36th.. 



Mass... 
lowa... 
Mo 



Kans... 
Pa 



Md.... 

Wis.-.. 



2d.. 

7th. 
8th. 



5th. 
1st. 



5th. 
3d.. 



Oreg... 


1st 


Md.... 


9th.... 


Mass... 


4th.... 


S. C... 


1st 


111 


9th.... 


Mich.._ 


3d 


Tex 


7th.... 



2 halary cooperative with State agencv, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
» Also acting in charge of foods and nutrition division. 
• Also associate chief, Bureau of Entomology. 



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85 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°°S- 
"^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Federal Horticultural Board- 
Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

Maritime Ports — Con. 

Hamilton C. Millender 

Stuart D. Whitlock 

WimberlyT. Dillard 



William H. Freeman. 
Max Kisliuk, jr 



Thomas J. Baker. 
AlvaC. Hill 



Charles E. Cooley. 
Alan G. Webb.... 



Mexican Border Port^ 

Ona D. Deputy 

Orlo A. Pratt 

Homer M. Cely 

Charles E. Bellis - 

John B. R. Leary. 

Thomas A. Arnold 

Joseph M. Singleton 

Vernon J. Shiner 

Le Roy Dorland... 

Melvin C. Rich. 



Pink Bollworm Eradication 
Service 



George G. Becker 

Bate Scale Eradication Service 

-\ndrew J. Shamblin 

Fenner S. Stickney 

Grain Futures Administration 



Joseph W. T. Duvel. 

Rolhn E. Smith 

Albert St rack 



Field Grain Exchange Super- 
visors 



Leslie A. Fitz 

Jewett R. Mathewson. 

William F. Logan 

L. M. Jetlers 



Food, Drugs, and Insecticide 
Administration 



Walter G. Campbell ">. 

Paul B. Dunbar 

Fred B. Linton 

Lee M. Clarke 

Katharine A. Smith 



Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Maya- 
guez, P. R. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, New 
Orleans, La. 

Plant quarantine inspector, New York, N. Y.. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Plant quarantine inspector, San Juan, P. R.. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Seattle, 
Wash. 



Associate plant quarantine inspector, Browns- 
ville, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Ca- 
lexico, Calif. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Del 
Rio, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Doug- 
las, Ariz. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector. Eagle 
Pass, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, El 
Paso, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Hi- 
dalgo, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Laredo, 
Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, No- 
gales, Ariz. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, San 
Ysidro, Calif. 



Entomologist in charge, San Antonio, Tex.. 



Associate horticulturist in charge of eradica- 
tion, Indio, Calif. 

Associate entomologist in charge of research, 
Palo Alto, Calif. 



Chief. 

Grai n super visor 

Administrative assistant. 



Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kansas City, Mo... 
Sacramento, Calif... 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Assistant to chief. 

Chief clerk 

Editor , 



Tex_._ 
N. Y.. 
La 



N. Y... 
Pa 



Oreg... 
Mo... 

Cahf.. 

Wash . . 



Tex 


15th... 


Calif... 


11th... 


Tex...- 


16th... 


Ariz 


1st.... 


Tex 


15th... 


Tex 


16th... 


S. C... 


3d 


Tex 


15th.. _ 


Ariz 


1st.... 


Calif.. - 


11th... 


Ark.... 


3d 


Ariz 


At L.. 


111 


19th... 


Ohio... 

Minn.. 
N. Y... 


4th.... 
10th... 
10th... 


N. Y... 
Minn.. 
Kans... 
Calif.. - 


24th... 
10th... 

1st 

3d 


Ky..... 
Md...- 

Ala 

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


5th 

4th.... 
9th.... 
39th... 
40th... 



8th.... 

35th... 

5th.... 

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

3d 

10th... 

10th... 
1st 



$3,000 

3,000 

3,100 

3,800 
3,200 

2,800 

2,500 

3,800 
3,200 

3,300 
2 3, 100 
2,800 
2,800 
3,100 
3,100 
2,700 
3,100 
3,100 
2,400 



4,400 



2 3, 200 
3,000 



6,000 
3,800 
2,700 



5,600 
3,800 
3,800 
2 900 



7,500 
5,400 
4,200 
2,700 
2,700 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
1" Also director of regulatory work (see Office of the Secretary). 



86 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State *^°°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Food, Drugs, and Insecticide 
Administration — Continued 

Executive Supervision 

C. W. Crawford 

A. E. Taylor.... 

J. K. Haywood 

W. S. Frisbie.. 

Technical Control 



R. W. Balcom. 
G. F. Mitchell. 



Horace T. Herrick ". 

G. W. Hoover__ 

Lyman F. Kebler 



C. C. McDonnell 

Fletcher P. Veitch 12 

Field Inspection Service 



William R. M. Wharton. 

Daniel M. Walsh 

George H. Adams... 

F. L. WoUard 

J. O. Clarke 

Clement S. Brinton 

Willford J. McGee 

J. J. McManus 



E. H. Goodnow 

Arthur E. Paul 

Harry D. Garrett 

W^ill H. Hartigan 

C. W. Harrison 

Edwin C. Boudreaux. 
Ernest R. Smith 



Wendell Vincent 

Louis D. Elliott 

Grant J. Morton 

Arthur W. Hansen.. 
Barclay C. Winslow. 



Chemist in charge of office of interstate super- 
vision. 

Chemist in charge of office of import super- 
vision. 

Senior chemist in charge of office of insecticide 
and fungicide supervision. 

Senior chemist in charge of office of State and 
city cooperation. 



Senior chemist in charge of food control 

Supervising tea examiner, in charge of tea 
control. 

Senior chemist in charge of color certification.. 

Senior chemist in charge of drug control 

Chemist in charge of special collaborative in- 
vestigations. 

Senior chemist in charge of insecticide, fungi- 
cide, and caustic poison control. 

Senior chemist in charge of naval stores control 



Eastern District 



Chief of 
Chief of 
Chief of 
Chief of 
Chief of 
Chief of 
Chief of 
Chief of 



district, 
station, 
station, 
station, 
station, 
station, 
station, 
station, 



New York, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Md... 

Boston, Mass 

BufTalo, N. Y 

New York. N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
San Juan, P. R... 
Savannah, Ga 



Central District 



Acting chief of district, Chicago, 111 

Chief of station, Chicago, Ill__ 

Chief of station, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chief of station, Kansas City, Mo 

Chief of station, Minneapolis, Minn 

Acting chief of station. New Orleans, La. 
Chief of station, St. Louis, Mo ... 



Western District 



Chief of district, San Francisco, Calif 

Chief of station, Denver, Colo 

Chief of station, San Francisco, Calif... 

Chief of station, Seattle, Wash 

Senior food and drug inspector, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 



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



Mich. 
S. C._ 



Ohio... 
Mich... 



S. C. 
Md... 



Md... 

Vt 

Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
N.Y.. 
Pa.... 
Va.... 
Ga.... 



Mass.. 

Ill 

Minn. 
Mo--. 
Va.... 
La-... 
Mo... 



Colo-.. 
Calif. - 
N. Dak 

111 

Kans-. 



5th.. 
11th. 
37th. 
1st.. 



20th. 
Gth.. 
4th.. 



3d.. 
.5th. 



5th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
37th. 
7th.. 
9th.. 
5th.. 



4th.. 
2d..- 
10th. 
4th. _ 
10th. 
7th.. 
5th.. 



1st. 
8th. 
1st. 
2d.. 
1st. 



$4, 200 
4, 400 
5, 400 
5,400' 



5,200 
4, 200 

5,200 
5,400 
4, 800 

5,200 

5,400 



5,400 
4,000 
3,800 
4,000 
4,400 
3,800 
3,800 
3, 800. 



4,000- 
4,200 
4, 000 
3,800 
3,800 
2,800 
4,000 



5,400 
3,800 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 



" Also senior chemist in charge of color and farm waste division. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 
13 Also senior chemist in charge of techno-chemical division. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



SECRETARY 

HERBERT HOOVER, OF CALIFORNIA 

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 

J. Walter Drake 

William P. MacCrackeu, jr. 

Harold N. Graves 

James H. MacLafferty 

E. W. Libbey 

Charles E. Molster.__ 

Clifford Hastings 

Thomas F. McKeon 

Walter S. Erwiu... __. 

Anne G. Cross 



Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary. 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, division of publications 

Chief, division of supplies. 



Librarian _ D. C 



Aeronautics Branch 



Clarence M. Young 

(Vacancy) 

Ernest L. Jones 

Frederick C. Hingsburg. 

J. H. Dellinger 

Raymond S. Patton 



Louis II. Bauer. 

Ralph G. Lock wood. 
George T. Ash 



Director of Aeronautics _ 

Chief, air regulations division 

Chief, air information division , 

Chief, airways division (Lighthouse Service).. 
Chief, research division (Bureau of Standards) 
Chief, mapping division (Coast and Geodetic 
Survey) . 

Medical director 

Supervising inspector 

Chief, administrative section 



Radio Division 



William D. Terrell... 
William E. Downey. 

Harold D. Hayes 

Harry F. Coulter 



Radio Service 

W. Van Nostrand, jr... 

R. Y. Cadmus 

C. C. Kolster 

E. A. Beane 

S. W. Edwards 

T. G. Deiler 

.\rthur Batcheller 

John W. Swanson 

J. G. Leitch 

B. H. Linden 



(Vacancv) 

O. R. Redfern. 



Chief, Radio Division 

Technical radio e.xpert 

Supervisor of radio. 

Chief, International Radio Accounting Sec- 
tion. 



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 

Radio inspector, Norfolk, Va... 

Radio inspector, Philadelphia, Pa 

Acting supervisor of radio, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Assistant radio inspector, Miami, Fla.. 

Supervisor of radio, Seattle, Wash 



Mich. 

Ill 

Ill 

Calif.. 
D. C. 
Ohio... 
Wash 
N. Y. 
Miss. 



10th. 
20th. 
6th.. 



10th. 
1st.. 
24th. 
3d... 



Iowa. 



9th. 



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



Va... 
Ind.. 
Ohio. 



N. Y. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Mass. 



Conn . 
Mich. 

La 

La.... 
Ohio.. 
La.... 
Mass., 
N. Y.. 
Md... 
Cal.... 



Bureau of the Census 



William M. Steuart 

Joseph A. Hill 

Arthur J. Hirsch 

Leon E. Truesdell 

Le Verne Beales 

William L. Austin 

Starke M. Grogan 

William H. Davis 

Clarence E. Batschelet... 
Harvey J. Zimmermann. 



Mortimer B. Lane. 
E. M. LaBoiteau.x. 



Director.. 

Assistant to the director 

Chief clerk. 

Chief statistician for population 

Chief statistician for manufactures 

Chief statistician for agriculture. 

Chief statistician for statistics of cities 

Chief statistician for vital statistics 

Geographer 

Specialist in charge of cotton and tobacco sta- 
tisitcs. 

Editor, Survey of Current Business 

Expert in charge of mechanical laboratory 



N. Y-. 



Mich. 
N. H. 

Ill 

Me... 
N. Y. 
Miss. 
Ga... 
Mass. 
Pa... 
Pa.... 



Conn. 
Conn. 



21st. 
18th. 
21st. 
21st. 

8th.. 
9th.. 
1st.. 



5th.. 
4th.. 
10th. 
14th. 



5th.. 
10th. 
2d... 
1st.. 
12th. 
1st.. 
11th. 
18th. 
5th.. 
6th.. 



2d. 



1st-. 
2d... 
16th. 
3d... 
13th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
12th. 
15th. 
23d.. 

4th.. 
I 1st.. 



$7, 500 
7,500 
7,500 
5,200 
5,800 
4,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,500 
3,100 



7,000 



4,600 
5,600 
5,400 
(') 

5,600 
5,000 
2,800 



6,000 
4,400 
3,400 
3,900 



3,800 
4,200 
4,000 
4,000 
4,200 
3,800 
4,400 
2,600 
2,400 
3,200 



3,800 



7,500 
5,600 
4,600 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5.200 
5,200 
4,200 
4,400 

5,200 
5,200 



1 Relative rank of commander, U.S. Navy, see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 



87 



88 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State Con%. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Bureau of the Census — Con. 



Emily I. Farnum. 
Fred A. Gosnell... 



William B. Cragg. 
Edward W. Koch. 



Morris J. Hole. 
John F. Daly.. 



Lemuel A. Carruthers. 

John B. Mitchell 

Evelyn L. Yeomans... 
Harry H. Pierce 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce 



Julius Klein 

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. 



Technical Divisions 



E. Dana Durand 

Grosvenor M. Jones. 
Louis Domeratsky.. 
Norman F. Titus... 

Henry Chalmers 

Arthur S. Ilillyer 

Gorton James 



Commodity Divisions 



Marshal T. Jones 

George H. Bell 

Harold O. Smith 

Edward G. Montgomery. 

Walter H. Rastall 

Jesse C. Nellis 

Edward T. Pickard 

Wilbur J. Page 

Everett G. Holt 

Charles C. Concannon... 

Luther Becker 

Arthur B. Butman 

Eric T. King 

John Matthews, jr.i 



China Trade Act 



George C. Howard. 
Arthur S. Hillyer K 



Commercial Attaches 



Ralph H. Ackerman. 

Ronald Allen 

F. W. Allport 

Julean Arnold 



Personnel officer 

Senior administrative assistant in charge of 

field work. 
Senior administrative assistant in charge of 

tabulation. 
Senior administrative assistant, division of 

population. 
Associate economic analyst for agriculture... 
Senior administrative assistant, division of 

manufactures. 
Senior administrative assistant, division of 

statistics of cities. 
Senior administrative assistant, division of 

vital statistics. 
Senior administrative assistant, geographer's 

division. 
Administrative assistant in charge of division 

of revision and results. 



Director 

Assistant director -.. 

Assistant director 

Assistant director 

Assistant director 

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, statistical research division 

Chief, finance and investment division. 
Chief, division of regional information.. 

Chief, transportation division 

Chief, foreign tariffs division. 

Chief, commercial intelligence division. 
Chief, domestic commerce division 



Chief, electrical division 

Chief, agricultural implements division. 

Chief, automotive division 

Chief, foodstuffs division 

Chief, machinery division 

Acting chief, lumber division 

Chief, textiles division.. 

Chief, leather division _ 

Chief, rubber division 

Chief, chemical division. 

Chief, iron and steel division 

Chief, shoe division 

Chief, specialties division 

Chief, paper division 



Registrar, Shanghai, China 

Assistant registrar, Washington, D. C. 



Santiago, Chile... 
Warsaw, Poland. 
Berlin, Germany. 
Peking, China 



N. Y... 
S. C... 


15th... 
4th.... 


Pa 


1st.... 


Md.... 


6th.... 


Ohio... 

Mass... 


18th... 
3d 


Ohio... 


17th... 


Mont.. 


2d 


Conn.- 


1st.... 


N. Mex. 


AtL.. 



Mass.. 

Pa 

Me..-. 
N.J... 
N. Y.. 
Mo... 
N. Y.. 
Okla.. 

Tex... 

Pa 

D. C. 
D. C. 



13th. 
10th. 
4th.. 



15th. 
27th. 
3d... 



Calif... 
Ohio... 

Va 

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



N.J... 
N.Y.. 
Ind... 
N.Y.. 
Ohio.. 
Md... 
Conn. 
N.H.. 
Me.... 
N. Y.. 
N.J... 
ISIass-. 
N.Y.. 
N. Y.. 



5th. 
7th. 



5th.. 
21st. 



D.C. 



S. c... 

N.Y... 
Ohio... 
Calif 



6th.. 
28th. 
13th. 
8lh.. 



8th.. 
2d... 
7th.. 
37th. 
3d... 
2d... 
5th.. 
1st.- 
3d... 



10th. 
14th_ 

nth. 



2d... 
30th. 
22d.. 
3d... 



1 Also assistant director. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. 

* Also chief, commercial intelligence division, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. 



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89 



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 Do- 
mestic Commerce — Contd. 

Commercial Attaches — Contd. 



Elbert Baldwin 

Clarence C. Brooks... 

Halleck A. Butts 

Lew B. Clark 

William L. Cooper 

Alexander V. Dye 

Julian Gillespie 

H. Lawrence Groves.. 

Charles E. Herring 

James F. Hodgson 

Carlton Jackson 

Chester Lloyd Jones.. 
Thormod O. Klath... 
Charles A. Livengood. 

Charles E. Lyon 

Henry C. MacLean... 

Carl J. Mayer 

Lynn W. Meekins 

Mowatt M. Mitchell.. 

George C. Peck 

Gardner Richardson.. 

Harry Sorenson 

Frederick Todd 

Oliver C. Townsend,. . 
Jesse F. Van Wickel.. 
Halbert E. Watkins.. 
George Wythe ' 



Trade Commissioners 



E. G. Babbitt 

Thomas C. Barringer 

Henry A. Bates 

William Boaz.. 

M. L. Bohan 

Albert E. Boadle 

James Q. Burke 

Hugh D. Butler 

Thomas Butts.. 

A.Bland Calder 

George R. Canty. 

Marcellus A.. Cremer 

William T. Daugherty.. 

Charles E. Dickerson 

G. H. EickhofE. 

Joseph H. Ehlers 

Arthur H. Evans.- 

Samuel T. Erskine 

Julian B. Foster 

Homer S. Fox 

David S. Green 

Spencer B. Greene 

Louis P. Hall, jr 

Benjamin D. HUl 

George C. Howard 

Harry H. Kelly 

Clayton Lane 

Frederick E. Lee 

Richard C. Long 

Walter G. McCreery 

Harold P. MacGowan.. 
H. Bentley MacKenzie. 

Douglas P. Miller 

Raymond C. Jiiller 

Hiram T Nones 

Algernon A. Osborne 

E.G. Pauly 

William M. Park 

A. Ogden Pierrot 

Theodore Pilger 

Donald Renshaw.. 



Prague, Czechoslovakia.. 

Montevideo, Uruguay 

Tokyo, Japan 

Bogota, Colombia 

London, England 

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
Constantinople, Turkey.. 

Vienna, Austria , 

Pans, France 

Cairo, Egypt 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

At large 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Madrid, Spain 

Berne, Switzerland 

Rome, Italy 

Riga, Latvia 

Ottawa, Canada 

Brussels, Belgium 

Panama City, Panama... 

Athens, Greece 

Copenhagen, Denmark... 

Habana, Cuba 

Lima, Peru 

The Hague, Netherlands. 

Caracas, Venezuela 

Mexico City, Mexico 



Vancouver, British Columbia. 

Batavia.. 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Unassigned.. 

Habana, Cuba 

London, England... 

Barcelona, Spain 

London, England 

Paris, France 

Shanghai, China 

Paris, France... 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Berlin, Germany 

Athens, Greece 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Tokyo, Japan 

Peking, China 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Wellington, New Zealand 

London, England 

Paris, France.- 

Santiago, Chile 

Paris, France.- 

Brussels, Belgium 

Shanghai, China 

Paris, France _- 

Vienna, Austria 

London, England 

Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

San Juan, P. R 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Berlin, Germany 

Paris, France-. 

Europe (travel status) 

Rome, Italy 

Melbourne, Australia 

London, England... 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Berlin, Germany 

Singapore, China 



N.J.... 
N.J.... 
Tex.... 

Mass... 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 
Tex..-. 

Ill 

D.C... 
N.J.... 
N.Y... 
Wis.... 
Iowa... 
Wash.. 
Mass... 
N.Y... 
Calif... 

Pa 

Calif... 
N.Y... 
Conn.. 
Kans... 
N.J.... 
N.C... 
N.Y-. 
Fla.... 
Tex.... 



Wash. 
Va.— 
Conn. 
N. Y.. 

Tex 

D.C 
Vt.-- 

111 

N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Mass. 

in..... 

D.C. 

Mass. 

Calif... 

Conn 

N.Y... 

Mo 

Ala 

Mich.. 

Conn.. 

R.L... 

Mich.. 

Ky.. 

D.C 

Pa.. 

Calif... 

Md..- 

Tex... 

Iowa.. 

N. Y.. 

D.C 

D.C- 

Ind... 

N.Y... 

Pa.. 

Md.... 

Mo.. 

N.J. 

N.Y 

La... 



3d... 

6th.- 

7th 

7th.. 

17th. 

19th- 

5th.. 

10th. 



1st. 



3d... 
11th. 
1st.. 
13th. 
18th. 
10th. 
4th.. 



36th. 
2d... 
4th.. 
8th.. 
8th.. 
7th.. 



5th...- 



1st. 
7tb. 



12th. 
5th.. 



1st.. 
7th.. 



11th... 



2d... 
4th.. 
1st.. 
23d.. 
11th. 
8th.. 
11th. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
2d... 



33d.. 
6th.. 
6th.- 
6th.- 
5th.. 
24th. 



2d... 
10th. 
24th. 
3d... 
10th. 
2d... 



1st 



$5,000 
5,000 
8,000 
5,500 
9,000 

10, 000 
7.000 
7,000 

10,000 
6,500 
9,000 
9,500 
6,000 
5,500 
6,500 
8,000 
5,500 
7,000 
6,500 
6,000 
6,500 
6,000 
7,500 
6,000 
6,500 
6,000 
5,000 



6,000 
4,000 
4,300 
6,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,700 
7,000 
4,50U 
5,000 
4,200 
5,500 
5,500 
4,000 
5,000 
5,200 
8,000 
5,500 
4,500 
4,800 
4,7C0 
5,000 
4,500 
6,000 
5,500 
6,500 
4,300 
6,000 
4,600 
4,250 
5,5U0 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,200 
4,800 
4,500 
4,250 
4,700 
5, 500 
6,000 



3 Acting commercial attach§. 
54075—27 7 



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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. 



Bureau of Foreign and Do- 
mestic Commerce — Contd. 

Trade Commissioners — Contd. 

Daniel J. Reagan 

Leighton W. Rogers 

E. O. Sabine.- 

James T. Scott 

E. A. Selfridge -.. 

E. C. Squire 

H. B. Smith... 

Paul P. Steintorf 

Charles B. Spoflord, jr 

P. J. Stevenson 

H. H. Tewksbury 

Louis E. Van Norman 

Osborn S. Watson 

Joseph E. Wholean.- 

John E. Wrenn 

Samuel H. Day 

Walter J. Donnelly 

Emil A. Kekich K 

District Offices 

Frederic L. Roberts 

Albert J. Barnaud 

Leonard B. Gary 

Thomas L. Gaukel 

Edwin B. George 

Harry O. Mitchell 

Harvev A. Sweetser 

OUie M. Butler 

John S. Goff 

Shirl H. Blalock 

James E. Peebles 

Robert F. R. Mnrtin 

Ernest L. Tutt 

William B. Henderson 

Ernest M. Zwickel 

Prentiss M. Terry 

Sherwood H. Avery 

L. W. James 

James H. Smiley 

John H. Farrell 

Sherman R. Peabody 

Brice M. Mace, jr 

Walter N. Pearce 

Division of Customs Statistics, 
Neiv York 

Louis J. Mahoney 

Bureau of Standards 

George K. Burgess 

Lyman J. Briggs 

Henry D. Hubbard 

Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

H. W. Bearce. 

F. S. Holbrook 

Eugene C. Crittenden 

H. C. Dickinson 

C. A. Skinner... 

E. W. Washburn 

Lyman J. Briggs 

Warren E. Emley 

H. W. Gillett 

P. H. Bates 

R. M. Hudson 

John M. Qries.. 

* Acting trade commissioner. 



Paris, France 

Unassigned-- 

Bombay, India... 

Hamburg, Germany 

Tokyo, Japan 

Sydney, Australia 

London, England 

Tokyo, Japan 

Calcutta, India 

Johannesburg, S.A 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Unassigned- 

Peking, China 

Rome, Italy.- - 

Hamburg, Germany 

Johannesburg, S. A 

Montreal, Canada-- 

Helsingfors, Finland- 

Manager, Chicago 

Manager, New York 

Manager, San Francisco 

Manager, St. Louis 

Manager, Philadelphia 

Manager, Atlanta 

Manager, Boston 

Manager, Detroit 

Manager, New Orleans. 

Manager, Seattle 

Manager, Portland, Oreg 

Acting manager, Des Moines, 

Manager, Houston 

Manager, Memphis 

Manager, Minneapolis 

Manager, Louisville 

Manager, Galveston 

Manager, Mobile 

Manager, Los .\ngeles 

Manager, Wilmington- 

Manager, Norfolk 

Manager, Kansas City 

Manager, Jackson vOle 



Chief, division of customs statistics 

Director - 

Assistant director 

Assistant to the director 



Co-chief, division of weights and measures.. 
Co-chief, division of weights and measures.. 

Chief, electricity division - 

Chief, heat and power division 

Chief, optics division 

Chief, chemistry division 

Chief, mechanics and sound division 

Chief, fibrous and organic materials division 

Chief, metallurgy division 

Chief, ceramics division 

Chief, simplified practice division 

Chief, building and housing division 



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

La 

Ga 

Calif... 

HI 

N. J... 

Va 

N. H.„ 
N. Y... 
Mass... 
N. J... 

Ga 

Mass... 

Pa 

D.C... 
Mass... 
lU 



Pa.... 

Mass. 
N. J.. 



Pa.... 
Ga.-. 
Mass.. 
Tex... 
Ind... 
Wash . 
Wash. 
Mass.. 
Tex... 
Wash. 

m 

Ky.... 
Tex... 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y 
Ark... 
D.C. 



N. Y. 



Calif... 
D. C... 
Ill 



Me.. 
N. Y 

N. Y, 

Mass... 

Nebr.. 

Ill 

D. C. 

Pa 

N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
D.C. 
Mass.. 



12th. 
12th. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
4th.. 
10th. 
6th.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
33d.. 
32d.. 
6th.. 
11th. 
1st.. 
5th.. 



11th. 
22d.. 



16th. 
14th. 
1st... 
25th. 
32d.. 
5th... 
14th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
11th. 
1st... 
9th... 
5th.. 
6th.. 
4th.. 
6th.. 
29th. 
38th. 
7th.. 



3d. 



2d. 



2d..- 
22d.. 
30th. 
3d... 

1st.. 
19th. 



31st.. 
37th.. 
31st.. 



8th.... 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



91 



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 Fisheries 

Henry O'Malley.. 

Lewis Radcliffe 

L-ving H. Dunlap 

Elmer Higgins , 

Glen C. Leach 

Oscar E. Sette 

Ward T. Bower 

Fishery Stations 

Frank L. Snipes 

William K. Hancock 

Joseph Kemmerich 

Samuel F. Hildebrand 

William A. Casler 

Edward F,. Hahn 

Western T. Thompson 

John P. Snyder -• 

Philo B. Hawley 

Charles A. Bullock.. 

George N. Montgomery 

Simon P. Wires 

William S. Vincent 

Adrian G. Keesecker 

Thomas K. Chamberlain... 

Clifford G. Corliss 

Harrv L. Canfleld 

Clyde H. Van Atta 

Charles W. Burnham 

Dell Brown 

Gilbert H. Gill.. 

James D. DeRocher 

William H. Thomas 

William W. Thayer 

George W. N. Brown 

David Davies 

Marcus S. Meyer 

Albert H. Dinsmore 

Owen N. Baldwin 

Seth M. Ainsworth 

Dewitt C. Booth 

Claudius Wallich 

Charles R. Wiant 

Edward M. Haynes 

G. Raymond Hoflses 

Charles B. Grater... 

Adolph T. Loofl 

Clarence F. Culler 

Willis H. Rich 

Dennis Winn 

James R. Russell. 

Bureau of Lighthouses 

George R. Putnam 

John S. Conway 

Horatio B. Bowerman 

Edward C. Gillette 

Frederick C. Hingsburg 

Walter P. Harman 

Lighthouse Service 

Fred P. Dillon 

Thomas Flood 

Carl E. Sherman 

George E. Eaton 

Joseph T. Yates 



Commissioner 

Deputy commissioner 

Assistant in charge of office 

Chief, division of scientific inquiry respecting 
food fishes. 

Chief, division of fish culture 

Chief, division of fishery industries 

Chief, division of Alaska fisheries 



Superintendent, Afognak, Alaska 

Superintendent, Baird, Calif 

Superintendent, Baker Lake, Wash 

Superintendent and director, biological sta- 
tion, Beaufort, N. C. 

Superintendent, Berkshire, Mass 

Superintendent, Boothbay Harbor, Me 

Superintendent, Bozeman, Mont 

Superintendent, Cape Vincent, N. Y 

Superintendent, Clackamas, Greg 

Superintendent, Warm Springs, Ga 

Superintendent, Craig Brook, Me. 

Superintendent, Duluth, Minn 

Superintendent, Edenton, N. C 

Superintendent, Erwin, Tenn 

Director, biological station, Fairport, Iowa... 

Superintendent, Gloucester, Mass 

Superintendent, Homer, Minn 

Superintendent, Leadville, Colo 

Superintendent, Louisville, Ky 

Superintendent, Mammoth Spring, Ark 

Superintendent, Manchester, Iowa 

Superintendent, Nashua, N. H 

Superintendent, Neosho, Mo 

Superintendent, Northville, Mich 

Superintendent, Orangeburg, S. C 

Superintendent, Put in Bay, Ohio 

Superintendent, Quinault, Wash. (Paget 
Sound.) 

Superintendent, St. Johnsbury, Vt 

Superintendent, San Marcos, Tex 

Superintendent, Saratoga, Wyo 

Superintendent, Spearfish, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Springville, Utah 

Superintendent, Tupelo, Miss... 

Superintendent, White Sulphur Springs, 
W. Va. 

Superintendent, Woods Hole, Mass... 

Superintendent, Wytheville, Va 

Superintendent, Yes Bay, Alaska 

District supervisor, fish rescue station. La 

Crosse, Wis. 
Chief investigator, salmon fisheries, Stanford 
University, Calif. 

Agent, Alaska service, Seattle, Wash 

Field superintendent, Seattle, Wash 



Commissioner 

Deputy commissioner 

Chief constructing engineer 

Superintendent of naval construction. 

Chief engineer, airways division 

Chief clerk 



Superintendent, at large 

Examiner, at large 

Superintendent, 1st dist., Portland, Me 

Superintendent, 2d dist., Boston, Mass 

Superintendent, 3d dist., Staten Island, N. Y 



Wash.. 
N. Y... 

N. Y... 
Calif... 

Mo.... 
Calif... 
Mich... 



Miss... 
Colo... 
Alaska. 
Ind.... 

N. Y... 

Me 

Colo... 

Pa 

Oreg... 
Ohio... 

Me 

Minn.. 
N. Y... 
Tenn... 
N. Y... 
Mass... 
Wis.... 
Mich... 
N. Y... 

Ky 

Md.... 
N.H... 
Mass... 
Mich.. 
Tenn... 
Ohio... 
Wash.. 



Me 

Mo 

Iowa.-. 
S. Dak. 
Oreg... 

Pa 

W. Va 



Mass... 
N. H... 
Wash., 
W. Va. 

Calif... 

N. H.. 
Wash. 



Iowa. . 
Mont. 
Md... 
Pa..-. 

N. Y.. 
Vt.... 



Lst.. 
20th. 
27th. 
9th.. 

11th. 
10th. 
2d... 



28th. 
2d..., 
1st.., 
20th. 
1st.. 
9th.. 
3d... 
8th.. 
28th. 
1st.. 
37th. 
6th.. 
3d... 
2d... 
28th. 
5th.. 
6th.. 
2d... 
6th.. 
2d... 
1st-. 
13th. 
3d... 



3d.... 

15th.. 
4th... 
AtL. 
1st... 
11th.. 
3d.... 



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



8th.... 



2d. 



S. C... 
Pa.... 

Me.... 

Mass.. 

N. Y.. 



4th.. 
6th.. 
18th. 

1st.. 



6th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
Hth. 
8th.. 



$7, 500 
5,800 
3,300 
4,400 

4,400 
4,400 
4,400 



2,100 
1,860 
1,920 
3,800 

2,300 
1,860 
1,920 
1,920 
1,920 
1,920 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
3,800 
1,980 
2,200 
1,920 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,920 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 

2,200 
1,920 
1,920 
1,860 
1,920 
1,860 
1,920 

1,860 
1,860 
2,100 
3,200 

4,000 

3,500 
3,300 



7,500 
6,000 
5,400 
5,400 
5,600 
3,600 



5,200 
4,200 
5,200 
5,400 
5,800 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

(-'ontinued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Lighthouses — Con. 

Lighthouse Service — ^Con. 



B. B. Dorry 

Harold D. King 

Henry L. Beck 

Willi;im W. Demeritt 

Edward S. L&nphier _ 

John A. Monteiro 

Roscne House 

Charles A. Park 

Charles H. Hubbard 

Mnj. Charles L. Hall, U. 

Army. 
Mnj. Rogfir G. Powell, U. 

Army. 
Col. Charles L. Potter, U. 

Army. 

AViilter C. Dibrell 

Robert Wnrrack 

Harry W. Rhodes 



Ralph R. Tinkham 

Coast and Geodetic Survey * 



E. Lester Jones . 
Robert L. Faris. 



Charles H. Dieck. 

Frederick G. Robinette. 

William A. Masker 

Eugene Meads 

William H. Deck,. 

Roy L. Griffith 

William Bowie 



Carey V. Hodgson 

William E. Parker... 
Edwin H. Pagenhart. 

Leo O. Colbert 

Harry A. Seran 

Jean H. Hawley 

Fred L. Peacock 

Raymond S. Patton.. 
Alfred L. Giacomini.. 



George L. Flower. 
Louis P. Keyser... 
Jean H. Hawley... 



Dudley P. Barnette, jr. 

Harlan C. Allen 

Gilbert T. Rude 



Harry A. Marmer.. 
Nicholas H. Heck.. 



Daniel L. Hazard. 



Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendont, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 



4th dist., 
.5fh dist., 
6th dist., 
7th dist., 
8th dist., 
9th dist., 
10th dist. 
nth dist. 
12th dist. 
13th dist. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md... 
Charleston, S. C. 
Key West, Fla... 
New Orleans, La. 
San Juan, P. R... 
, Buffalo, N. Y... 
, Detroit, Mich... 
, Milwaukee, Wis. 
, 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 



Douglas L. Parkhurst. 
James M. Griffin 



Director , 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant ihrector. 
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 hydrography 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. 

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 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, 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 



Md.. 
Me... 
Tex.. 
Fla... 

La 

Mass. 
N. Y. 
Wyo. 
111-... 



3d— 
2d.- 
14th- 
1st.. 
2d... 
9th„ 
36th. 
Ist.. 
9th.- 



Tex.... 
Oreg... 
Calif... 

Mich.-. 



Va..-. 
Mo... 



Ill 

D. C. 
Mo.... 
D. C... 
Md._.. 
N. Y... 
Md.... 

Ohio... 

Mass... 



Minn.. 

Mass... 
Ohio..- 
N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Ohio... 
Calif... 



10th- 
2d..- 
7th-. 



1st. 



8th.. 
14th. 



14th... 



11th. 



5th- 
17th. 
5th.. 

6th.. 



1st.. 

9th.. 
18th. 
26th. 
35th _ 
21st. 
6th.. 



Ky 

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


nth... 

'26th"" 


Md.... 
Nebr... 
Md.... 


2d 

2d 

1st.... 


N. J... 
Pa 


2d 

13th-. 


R. I...- 


2d 


Mass... 
Qa 


2d 

5th..- 



* 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. 

1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service with Bureau of Li ghthouses; see .\rmy Pay Tables 
in Appendix. 

> Pay of captain. « Pay of commander. « Pay of lieutenant commander. ' Pay of lieutenant. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



93 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State *^'"^^- 
''^^'^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Coast and Geodetic Survey- 
Continued 



Field Statiom 
Francis H. Hardy 



Hydrogfaphic and geodetic engineer, inspec- 
tor, Seattle. 

Richard B. Derickson i Hydrographic 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. 



Paul C. Whitney 

Henry B. Campbell 

Clem L. Garner 

Frederick B. T. Siems 

Bureau of Navigation 



Arthur J. Tyrer... 
William M. Lytle. 
W. L. Turner 



Shipping Serrice 



(Vacancy). 

E. B. Grant _-. 

Charles W . Matson . 
J. B. Lindhe _. 

F. C. Wiatt 

E. W. Voorhies 

E. L. Posev 

A. R. Smith 

L. F. O'Brien 

L. Nichols 

W. Macarthur 



Commissioner 

Assistant to Commissioner. 
Admeasurer of vessels 



N. H... 
Tenn... 
N. Y... 
N.Y__. 

N. C... 
Md.... 



D. C. 
Ohio. 
Va... 



1st.. 
3d... 
22d.. 
26th. 
4th.. 
2d... 



14th. 

1st.. 



$7,500 
4,400 
3,700 



F. M. Lathe 

Vessel Senicc, Enforrement of 
Saiigation Laws 



A. Lincoln Dryden 

Steamboat Inspection Service 



Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 

Calif. 
Shipping 



commissioner at Baltimore, Md 

commissioner at Boston, Mass 

commissioner at Galveston, Tex 

commissioner at New Orleans. La., 
commissioner at Newport News, Va. 
commissioner at New York. N. Y.. 

commissioner at Norfolk, Va 

commissioner at Philadelphia, Pa.. 

commissioner at Portland, Me 

commissioner at Providence, R. I.. 
commissioner at San Francisco, 

commissioner at Seattle, Wash 



Senior navigation ofHcer. 



Dickerson N. Hoover. 

(Vacancy) 

John K. Bulger 



John L. Crone - 



George W. Harney 

William J. Macdonald. 

Oscar G. Haines 

George M. Green 



Harry Layfield 

Frederick J. Meno 

Nils B. Nelson 

Cecil N. Bean 

William Fisher 

Patent Office 



Supervising inspector general 

Deputy supervising inspector general . 

Supervising inspector, 1st dist., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

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, (ith dist., Louisville, 
Ky. 

Supervising inspector, 7th dist., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Supervising inspector, 8th dist., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Supervising inspector, 9th dist., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Supervising inspector, 10th dist., New Or- 
leans, La. 

Supervising inspector, 11th dist., Seattle, 
Wash. 



Mass.. 
Tex... 

La 

Va.... 
N. Y.. 
Va..-. 
.Pa.... 
Me.... 
R.I... 
CaHf.. 

Wash. 



Md 

Md 

■ Calif -" 
N. J.... 



Va..., 
Mich . 
N. J.. 
Tenn. 



Pa.... 
Mich- 
Ohio.. 
Fla... 
Calif.. 



llth, 
7th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
2d... 
7th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 

1st.. 



5th. 
sih. 
6th. 



3,000 
2,400 
4,000 
2,100 
5,000 
2,400 
3,000 
2,400 
2,400 
4,000 

4,000 



4,400 

7,500 
"3,"806 
3,800 



2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
6th.. 

32d.. 

7th.. 

20th. 

2d... 

4th.. 



Thomas E. Robertson Commissioner 

William A. Kinnan ...; First assistant commissioner J. 

M. J. Moore .\ssistant commissioner. 

James A. Brearley 1 Chief clerk 

.\lbert W. Kaiser ' Assistant chief clerk 



Md.... 


fith.... 


Mich... 


6th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


D. C . 




N. Y... 


42d.... 



3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 



7, ,500 
6,500 
6,000 
4,400 
3, .■^00 



' Pay of commander. 



* Pay of lieutenant commander. 



' Pay of lieutenant. 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 


Legal residence 


Com- 






Cong, 
uist. 


tion 




otherwise indicated; 


State 


Patent Office— Continued 










(r. R. Ide 


E.xaiiiiner in chijf 


Pa 

Kai'.s... 
Mica.. 

Mo 

Mass... 


5th 

2d 

2d 

12th... 
5th 


$5, 200 


F, S Henrv 


Examiner in chief . . . 


5,400 






.=^.200 






5,400 


Fidney F. Smith 


E.xaiainer in chief 


5.200 


K. Landers, _. 


Exarnicer in chief _ 


N. Y... 


34th... 


5, 200 


Theo.lore A Hostetler 


Solicitor... .. . 


Ill 

Va 


7th.... 
10th... 


5,400 


Kobert F. "Whitehead.. 


Law examiner. 


4,800 


Cr. P. Tucker 




Xebr__. 
Md.-.. 
Tenn.. 

Ill 

N. J..-. 
Calif... 


21 

3d 

6th.... 
16th... 
8th.... 
10th... 


4,200 


I. P. Disnev . 


Law examiner 


4,800 




Examiner of clasjification 


4,600 




Examinar of interferences (patents) 


4, COO 


J. H. Carnes 


Examiner of interferences (trade-marks) 

Examiner of trade-marks _ 


5,000 




3,800 


In Charr/c of Eramimng Divisiom 






F. A. I.oefflor (div. 1) 


Principal examiner, tillage, fence;, gates 


Pa 


16th... 


4,400 


C. F. Iladen (div. 2) 


Principal examiner, bee culture, dairy pre- 
.■^eiving, presses, tobacco. 


Iowa... 


7th.... 


4.000 


A. Lind^ey (div. 3) __ 


Principal examim-r, elect lic her.tmg, electro- 
chemistrv, metal founding, metallurgy. 


N. Y... 


35th.-. 


3,800 


A. D. Merritt (div. 4) 


Prm^ipal examiner, conveyors, excavating, 
handling devics-, and hoists. 


Ill 


23d.... 


4, 400 


J. F. MacNah (div. 5) 


Prmoipal exan.mer, harvesters, jewelry, 
music, acoustics, sound recording. 


Mass... 


5th-... 


4. 400 


A. M. Lewers (div. G)... __ 


Principal examiner, chemistry, industrial 
chemistrv, cor.ceiitrators. 


Nev 


At L.. 


4,400 


r. G. Jarbce (div. 7) 


Principal examiner, amu'^eiuent and exercis- 
ing devices, toys, optics, photography. 


Md-... 


5th.... 


4, 200 






C. C. Ilenrv (div. 8) 


Principal exami.'ier, beds, chairs, and seats, 
furniture, kitchen and table articles. 


Tenn-_- 


2d 


4,0<W 






II. E. Adams (div. 9) 


Principal examiner, pumps, fluid current and 
hydraulic m"t )is. turbines. 


111 


22d-..- 


3, SCO 






O. F. Hunter (div.lO) 


Principal exan i;;er, motor vehicles, land ve- 


S. C-.. 


2d 


3,800 




hicles, animal iraft appliances. 








H. C. Aim:tron;; (div. 11) 


Prini-ipal examiner, leather winking, shoe- 
making, cuttinij and punching, driven, 
he-ided, and ^crev>• -threaded fastenings, 
nailing and stf.pliug. 


Mass... 


3d 


4,400 


P. P. Pierce (div. 12) 


Principnl examiner, machme elements 


\V. Va. 


6th-... 


4. 2C0 


J.W. t lift (div. 13) 

N. J. Brumbaugh ^div. 14) 




Mich-, 


10th--- 


4, 200 


Princioal exam!n?r, sheet metal and wire 


Mo-... 


11th.. - 


4,200 




v.orking, tool-;. 








\V. L. Red:ow rdiv. 15).. 


Principal examiner, glass, paper making, 
plastics, plastic Dlock apparatus. 


Ohio... 


12th... 


4,200 




Principal examiner, batteries, resistances 
ami i-heostats, telegraphy, telephony. 


Md---. 


3d 


4,000 






G. S. Kafter (div. 17) 


Principal examine;-, printing, ornamentation, 
paper minuf-T'tures and handlint;. 


Kans--. 


1st 


4,400 






M. K. Porter (div. 18)... 


Principal examiner, expansible chamber 
motors, power plants, speed responsive de- 


Ohio... 


14th... 


4,200 


E. S. Glascock (div. 19).. 


Principal examiner, stoves and lurnaces, 
iieating svstems, fuel burners. 


Tex.... 


6th.... 


4,400 


S. D. Grove (div. 20) 


Principal examiner, hardware, locks, safes, 


Mich.. 


6th.-.. 


4,000 




undertaking, clo-^ure fasteners. 








W. L. Thurber (div. 21) 


Principal exan iner, cloth finishing, textiles, 
winding and reeling. 


Mass... 


nth... 


4,200 


J. II. Colwell (div. 22) 


Principal examiner, aeronautics, ammunition 
and guns, boats and ships, ganes. 


Pa 


19th... 


4,400 


W.D. Groesbeck (div. 23) 


Principal examiner, recorders, registers, 
horology, tine-coatroliins mechanism. 


D. (\.- 




4,400 


C. 0. Duras (div. 24) 


Principal examiner, apparel, apparel appa- 
ratus, garment supporters, sewing machines. 


Nebr... 


4th-... 


4,000 


J. H. Lightfoot (div. 25) 


Principal exan iner, agitating, butchering, 
centrifugal-bowl separators, cutlery, ndlls, 
threshing, vegetable cutters, gas separation. 


Va 


8th.... 


4,400 


J. S. Hodges (div. 2f.) 


Principal exaii iner, electricity, generation 
and motive power, dynamo power plants. 


Md-... 


4th.... 


4,2C0 






L. S. Anderson (div. 27) 


Principal exa i.iner, brushing and scrubbing, 
laundry, washing apparatus. 


Wash-- 


2d 


4,200 


A. R. Benson (div. 28) 


Principal e.iairaaer, internal-conibustion 


111 


2d 


4,400 




engines. 








B. N. Morris (div. 29) 


Principal e'la.nine., woodworking, abrading, 
boring and drilling, chucks or sockets. 


D. C... 




4,600 









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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. 



Patent OflSce — Continued 

In Charge of Eiomining Divi- 
sions — Continued 

J. L. Shipman (div. 30) 



W. N. Holmes (div. 31) 

J. A. Bartholomew (div. 32). 

"W. I. Wyman (div. 33) 



O. R. Simpson (div. 34).. 
E. C. Reynolds (div. 35). 
"Q. L. Morton (div. 36)... 



M. E. Weaver (div. 37). 
C. F. Kraft (div. 38) 



A. W. Cowles (div. 39). 

J.J. Oberlin (div. 40).. 
J. I. Brown (div. 41)... 



H. O. Cutting (div. 42).. 
F. M. Hopkins (div. 43). 



C. H. Shaffer (div. 44). 



Principal examiner, typewriters, fluid-fuel 
burners, illumination, thermostats. 

Principal e.\aminer, industrial chemistry 

Principal examiner, gas and liquid contact 
apparatus, heat exchange. 

Principal examiner, buildings, bridges, roads, 
hydraulic and earth engineering. 

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, animal husbandry, min- 
ing and quarr>-ing, stone working, wells. 

Principal examiner, fluid pressure, pressure 
regulators, valves, water distribution. 

Principal examiner, receptacles, baggage 

Principal examiner, wheels and axles, wheel 
substitutes, resilient tires and wheels. 

Principal examiner, electrical conduits and 
housings, electric signahng. 

Principal examiner, dentistry, medicines, 
surgery, artificial limbs, railway draft 
appliances, baths and closets, sewerage. 

Principal examiner, dispensing, filling re- 
ceptacles, refrigeration, baking. 

Principal examiner, journal boxes, pulleys, 
and shafting lubrication. 

Principal examiner, fluid sprinkling, fire 
extinguishing, liquid vaporizers. 

Principal examiner, brakes, clutches, motors, 
spring devices, power-stop control. 

Principal examiner, electricity, conductors, 
and general applications. 

Principal examiner, check-controlled devices, 
driers, domestic cooking vessels, fuel, liquid 
purification, velocipedes. 

Principal examiner, plastic and coating 
compositions, coating, laminated fabric. 

Principal examiner, radiant energy, wave 
transmission, electric lamps. 

Principal examiners, supports, fire escapes, 
ladders, scafTolds, joint packing, pipe and 
rod joints or couplings. 

Principal examiner, stationery, education, 
printed matter, tents and canopies, cur- 
I tains, shades, and screens. 
C. H. Lane (div. 54) i Principal examiner, electric lamps, conduc- 
tors, tubes, and special ray devices. 
V. I. Richard (div. 55) ! Principal examiner, bread, pastry, and con- 
fection making; cutlery; designs. 
Chiefs of Divisions 

A. C. Cosdon Chief, application division 

J. Hans Chief, issue and gazette division 

W. O. Ourand Chief, draftsman's division 

W. B. Magruder.. Chief, assignment division... 

David E. Wilson ; Chief, manuscript and hthograph division 

H. C. Crew Chief, publications division.. 

A. L. Pope Chief, mails and files division 

J. T. Johnson 1 Chief, docket division 

Finis D. Morris Financial clerk 

M. O. Price Librarian 



A. H. Giles (div. 48)... 
C L. Wolcott (div. 46). 
H. Barker (div. 47) 



O. B. Roepke (div. 48) 

T. P. Edinburgh (div. 49). 



C. L. Blake (div. 50)... 
■C. D. Backus (div. 51). 
E. T. Morgan (div. 52) 

M. K. Peck (div. 53).. 



Bnreau of Mines 

Scott Turner Director 

Joseph H. Hedges .\ssistant to the director... 

John D. Secrest Chief clerk 

Carl E. JuUhn Chief engineer, information division. 

George S. Rice Chief mining engineer 



Ind.... 

Mo 

Ohio... 

Mass... 

Iowa... 

Md..-. 

Ohio... 

D. C... 

Wis 

Conn.. 

Va 

Me 

Wis.... 

Mich... 

Md-... 
N.Y--. 
Nebr... 
Mass... 
Minn.. 
Kans... 

Mass... 
N.Y... 
W. Va., 

Nebr... 

Ind.... 
D. C 



7th... 

7th... 
21st.. 

nth.. 

3d..-. 
6th... 
21st.. 



5th. 
1st. 



10th- 
3d... 



4th.. 
7th.. 

6th.. 
36th. 
2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
8th.. 

nth. 

15th. 
3d... 



5th.. 
13th. 



Va 

N. Y... 

Va 

D. C... 


8th.... 
28th... 
1st.... 


Pa 

Md--.. 
D. C... 


30th... 
4th.... 


D. C... 




D. C... 




lU 


ioth... 



Mich. 
Mich. 

Ill 

CaUf.. 
Ill 



5th.. 
7th.. 
7th.. 
6th.. 
10th. 



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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. 



Bureau of Mines— Continued 

Technologic Branch 

O. P. Hood 

Harry H. Hill 

Roscoe A. Cattell 

Daniel Harrington 

A. C. Fieldner 

C. E. Munroe 

Field Stations 

Byron M. Bird 

Oliver Bowles 

W. H. Coghill 

C. F. Cook 

E. D. Gardner 

Thomas L. Joseph 

Frank E. Cash... 

Edmund S. Leaver 

Dorsey A. Lyon.. 

Oliver C. Ralston. 

N. A. C. Smith 

G. St. J. Perrott. , 

Field Offices 

Clifford P. Bowie.. 

Arthur W. Fahrenwald 

Harry B. Hill 

Jos. W. Home 

Kenneth B. Nowels 

Benjamin D. Stewart 

Economics Branch 

Charles P. White 

Frank J. Katz 

Frank L. Hess 

Harry H. HiU... 

Field Offices 

John P. Dunlop 

Victor C. Heikes 

Charles W. Henderson 

James M. Hill 

Health and Safety Branch 

Royd R. Sayers 

Daniel Harrington 

Field Offices 

Frank E. Cash 

Edw. H. Denny 

John J. V. Forbes 

Frank C. Gregory 

Charles A. Herbert 

Dorsey J. Parker 

Frank V. Meriwether 

Arthur L. Murray 

Oscar V. N. Linhardt 



/Chief , 

\Chief engineer, mechanical division 

Chief engineer, petroleum and natural gas 
division. 

Chief engineer, helium division 

Acting chief engineer, mining division 

Chief engineer, experiment stations division.. 
Chief engineer, explosives division , 



JMich. 
Okla.. 

Okla.. 



12th... 
1st 

1st...- 



Supervising engineer, Seattle, Wash 

Supervising engineer, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Supervising engineer, Rolla, Mo 

Supervising engineer, Fort Worth, Tex 

Supervising engineer, Tucson, Ariz.__ 

Supervising engineer, Minneapolis, Minn... 
Acting supervising engineer, Birmingham- 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Supervising engineer, Reno, Nev 

Supervising engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Supervising engineer, Berkeley, Calif 

Supervising engineer, Bartlesville, Okla 

Superintendent, Pittsburgh, Pa., Station 



Md 



Wash. 
N. J... 
Okla.. 
Mich . 
Ariz... 
Minn. 
(') 

Nev... 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Okla.. 



Supervising engineer, San Francisco, Calif... 

Supervising engineer, Moscow, Idaho 

Supervising engineer, Dallas, Tex 

Supervising chemist, Boulder, Colo 

Supervising engineer, Laramie, Wyo 

Supervising engineer, in charge of Alaskan 

work (by courtesy of Geological Survey, 

Department of the Interior). 



/Chief 

\Head of coal division 

Chief engineer, mineral statistics division 

Chief engineer, minerals and metals division. 
Chief engineer, petroleum economics division. 



Calif- 
Idaho. 
Calif.. 
Colo.. 
Wyo.. 



•Va... 

Wis.. 
Calif. 



Supervising statistician, Joplin, Mo 

Supervising engineer. Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Supervising engineer, Denver, Colo 

Supervising engineer, San Francisco, Calif 



/Chief , 

\Chief surgeon, health division. 
Chief engineer, safety division. 



Calif. 
Utah. 
Colo. 
IlL... 



Supervising engineer, Birmingham, Ala. 

Supervising engineer, Denver, Colo 

Supervising engineer, instruction section, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Supervising engineer, Duluth, Minn. 

Supervising engineer, Vincennes, Ind 

Supervising engineer, Berkeley, Calif 

Acting assistant surgeon, Picher, Okla 

Acting assistant surgeon, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Acting assistant surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa 



Utah... 



Va... 
Colo. 



Calif. 
Ind.. 
Pa... 



35th... 
6th.... 



1st.... 

3d 

1st.... 

3d 

1st-... 

5th.... 

(') 



At. L. 
8th.... 
6th.... 
1st.... 



6th.... 
1st.... 
7th.... 
2d..... 
At.L.. 



2d.. 

5th. 
8th. 



5th. 
2d.. 
1st. 
2d.. 



10th... 
1st.... 
35th... 



3d... 
2d... 
35th. 



> See Health and Safety Branch on this page. 

' See Technologic Branch on this page. 

' 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 ^°°S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 

Robe Carl White 

W. W. Husband 

Arthur E. Cook 

Wm. H. Smelser 

Samuel J. Qompers 

John C. Meikle 

R. P. Brown 

Shelby Smith 

Robert C. Starr 

Laura A. Thompson 

Division of Conciliation 

Hugh L. Kerwin 

Edward J. Cunningham 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Ethelbert Stewart 

Charles E. Baldwin... 

Hugh S. Hanna 

J. C. Bowen.. 

C. A. Bell 

R. S. Billups.... 

Lucian W. Chaney 

Bureau of Immigration 

Harry E. Hull 

George J. Harris 

Edward J. Shaughnessy. 

Irving F. Wixon 

Thomas Q. Finucane. 

Francis J. Phillips 

Q. Warren Stilson 

J. Louis Bixler , 

W. C. Welch... , 

Howard D. Ebey 

William H. Wagner.. 

Wm. A. Reilly 

Joseph J. Kunna 

Immigration Service 

Harry R. Landis 

Samuel H. Howes 

Anna C. Tillinghart 

Benjamin M. Day , 

William Flynn 

John B. McCandless , 

William H. Marshall 

Thomas B. R. Mudd 

Edwin B. Schmucker... 

Thomas V. Kirk 

Percy L. Prentis 

Thomas Thomas 

54075—27 8 



Assistant Secretary 

Second Assistant Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Private secretary to the Secretary 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of publications and supplies.. 

Appointment clerk 

Librarian 

Director of Conciliation 

Executive clerk 

Commissioner of Labor Statistics 

Assistant commissioner 

Chief editor... 

Statistician 

Economist 

Economist 

Economist 

Commissioner General of Immigration 

Assistant Commissioner-General 

Assistant to Commissioner General 

Special immigrant inspector (chief super- 
visor). 

Member board of review 

Member board of review 

Member board of review 

Junior memi:)er board of review.. 

Junior member hoard of review 

Senior administrative assistant.. 

Chief, accounts and personnel division 

Chief, warrant division 

Chief, statistical division 



Commissioner of immigration, dist. 1, Mont- 
real, Canada. 

District director, dist. 2, Portland, Me 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 3, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 4, New 
York (Ellis Island). 

District director, dist, 5, Buffalo, N. Y 

Commissioner, dist. 6, Gloucester City, N. J 

District director, dist. 7, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 8, Balti- 
more. 

District director, dist. 9, Norfolk, Va 

District director, dist. 10, Jacksonville, Fla.. 

District director, dist. 11, Detroit, Mich 

District director, dist. 12, Cincinnati, Ohio.. 



Ind... 
Vt... 
Mich. 
Kans. 
N. Y. 
111.-. 
Va„. 
Pa... 
S. C. 

m.... 

Pa... 

Mass. 



HI..-. 

Iowa. 
Md.. 
Mich. 
Ga... 
Ky... 
Minn 



Iowa.. 
N. Y.. 

Mass.. 
Mass.. 

D. C... 
N. Y.. 
Wis... 
Pa-... 
Md... 
Mont. 
Mass.. 
Pa.... 
Mich.. 



Ohio... 

Mass... 
Mass... 

N. Y... 

N.Y... 

Pa 

Md.... 
Md 



Pa.... 
Tex... 

Mich.. 
Ohio.. 



8th.., 
2d.... 
5th.. 
4th... 
23d.. 
11th. 
8th.. 
6th.. 
6th... 
1st.. 



15th. 
5th.. 



19th 
4th.. 
6th.. 
3d... 
2d... 
9th.. 
3d... 

2d... 
7th.. 
14th 
9th.. 



27th. 
8th.. 
17th. 
6th.. 
1st.. 
11th. 
,5th-. 
.4th-. 



12th.. 



1st.-.. 
3d..... 



19th... 
33d. 



5th... 
5th... 



2d..- 
6th... 
13th.. 
18th.. 



$7, 500 
7,500 
4,200 
4,600 
5,200 
3,000 
3,100 
3,100 
3,000 
3,000 



6,000 
3,000 



6,000 
5,200 
4,400 
4,400 
3,000 
3,100 
3,000 



6,500 
5,200 
3,500 
5,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2,500 
2,500 
3,400 
3,500 
3,000 
2,500 



4,600 

3,200 
4,600 

6,500 

4,500 
4,600 
3,500 
4,600 

3,500 
4,000 
4,500 
3,200 



97 



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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



Bureau of Immigration — Con. 

Immigration Service — Con. 



M. A. Coykendall. 
Shirley D. Smith.. 

James T. Nash 

William W. Tuttle. 



Olaf B. Holton. 



Charles W. Seaman... 

Frank Hays, jr 

Otto W. Munster 

William A. Whalen... 
Charles K. Andrews.. 
William R. Mansfield. 

Grover C. Wilmoth 

Laureat L. Martineau. 

Alfred Hampton , 

Luther Weedin 



Raphael P. Bonham. 
John D. Nagle 



Walter E. Carr 

William G. Strench. 
Nerval P. Nichols... 



Alfred E. Burnett. 
James B. Bryan... 



Children's Bureau 



Grace Abbott 

Katherine F. Lenroot.. 

Ellen N. Matthews 

Isabelle Mott Hopkins. 



Peter E. BUkert 

Richard A. Bolt 

Blanche M. Haines. 

Martha M. Eliot 



Edith Reeves Solenberger. 



Alice Weld Tallant 

Elizabeth C. Tandy 

Alice Channing 

Ivy K. Reed 

Carrie W. Smith 

Glenn Steele 

Viola Russell Anderson. 
S. Josephine Baker 



Agnes K. Hanna. 
Marie T. Phelan. 



Bureau of Naturalization 



Raymond F. Crist 

Thomas B. Shoemaker. 

Ernest E. Salisbury 

Henry B. Hazard 

J. H. Wagner 

William L. Soleau 

Leigh L. Nettleton 



Naturalization Service 



Henry Nicolls 

Merton A. Sturges. 
John C. F. Gordon- 
Jesse Thomas. 

L. N. Kilman 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



District director, dist. 13, Atlanta, Ga 

District director, dist. 14, Chicago, Dl 

District director, dist. 15, St. Louis, Mo 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 17, New 

Orleans, La. 
District director, dist. 18, Grand Forks, N. 

Dak. 
District director, dist. 19, Minneapolis, Minn. 

District director, dist. 20, Omaha, Nebr 

District director, dist. 21, Kansas City, Mo... 
District director, dist. 22, San Antonio, Te.x.. 

District director, dist. 23, Helena, Mont 

District director, dist. 24, Denver, Colo 

District director, dist. 25, El Paso, Tex 

District director, dist. 26, Spokane, Wash 

District director, dist. 27, Salt Lake City 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 28, 

Seattle, Wash. 

District director, dist. 29, Portland, Oreg 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 30, San 

Francisco, Calif. 
District director, dist. 31, Los Angeles, Calif.. | 
District director, dist. 32, Ketchikan, Alaska..! 
Commissioner of immigration, dist. 33, San 

Juan, P. R. 
District director, dist. 34, Honolulu, Hawaii.. 
District director, dist. 35, Galveston, Tex. 



Legal residence 



State 



Nebr... 
Iowa... 
Mo. 
La.. 



Chief..... 

Assistant to the chief 

Director industrial division 

Associate economic analyst (director, editorial 

division). 
Senior administrative assistant (chief clerk) . . 

Specialist in maternal and infant hygiene 

Medical officer (director maternal and infancy 

division). 
Specialist in maternal and infant hygiene. 

New Haven, Conn. 
Associate economic analyst (expert studies 

crippled children), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Medical officer 

Economic analyst 

Associate director, industrial division 

Assistant economic analyst. 

Associate economic analyst 

Associate economic analyst 

Associate medical officer 

Medical officer (specialist in maternal and 

infant hygiene). 

Associate economic analyst 

Expert in maternity and infant care 



Commissioner of Naturalization 

Deputy Commissioner.. 

C hief clerk 

Chief naturalization examiner 

Chief naturalization examiner 

Chief division (chief naturalization examiner). 
Senior administrative assistant 



N.Dak 

N. Y... 
Colo.. 
N. Y... 

Ill 

Mont.. 

Ariz 

Tex 

N.Dak 
Mont.. 
Wash . . 

Oreg... 
Calif... 

Wis 

Mo 

P.R... 



Tex 

Ky 



Nebr., 
Wis... 
Mass. 
Pa... 



Mich.. 
Md... 
Mich . 

Conn. 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th.. 
11th. 
10th. 



3d. 



31st. 
2d... 
18th. 
21st. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
13th. 
2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 



1st. 
5th. 



6th. 
7th. 



12th. 
3d-.. 



Pa. 



Pa.... 
Ind.. 

Mass. 



Tex... 
Idaho . 
Calif.. 
Conn. 

Mo... 
Ill 



D. C. 
D. C. 
Conn. 
Oreg.. 
Pa.... 
Md... 
Utah.. 



Director, dist. 1, Boston, Mass. Mass.. 

Director, dist. 2, New York, N. Y Minn. 

Director, dist. 3, Philadelphia, Pa... Calif.. 

Director, dist. 4, Washington, D. C N. J... 

Director, dist. 6, Buffalo, N. Y | N. Y.. 



5th.. 
3d... 
9th.. 
10th. 

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



2d.. 

4th. 
8th. 



5th.. 
1st.. 
34th. 
4th.. 

19th. 
10th. 



3d... 
3d... 
13th. 
6th.. 
2d.-. 



9th_. 
8th.. 
3d... 
5th-. 
40th. 



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99 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



Bureau of Naturalization — 

Continued 

Naturalization Service — Contd. 

W. M. Ragsdale... 

Paul G. Werner 

O. T. Moore 

Walter A. Kiefer 

Worthington Blackman 

F. J. Schlott'eldt 

Thomas S. Grifflng 

Walter Wlieatley 

Robert S. Coleman 

A. n. Bode 

C. A. Ramsey 

Charles F. Tucker 

Del L. Sullivan 

P. J. Phillips 

John Speed Smith 

V. W. Thomlinson 

Paul Armstrong 

Frederick Jones 

J. Clark Olmsted 

Women's Bureau 

Mary Anderson 

Agnes L. Peterson 

Ethel L. Best... 

Caroline Manning 

Anne Larrabee 

Employment Service 

In District of Columbia 



Francis I. Jones 

Mary Stewart 

William Ilenrv Davies. 
Cecil R. Chittenden. _. 
George W. Harsch 



Outside District of Columbia 



Charles D. Brown 

Edward I. Bolton.. 

Barney Cohen 

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 (V. S. 
Housing Corporation) 

In District of Columbia 

Robert Watson 

Thomas W. O'Brien 

L. E. Reed 

C. II. Gerner 

A. S. Ness 

J J. Leonard 

A. T>. Monteath 



Director, dist. 6, 
Director, dist. 7, 
Director, dist. 8, 
Director, dist. it, 
Director, dist. 10 
Director, dist. ) 1 
Director, dist. 12 
Director, disi. 13 
Director, dist. 14 
Director, dist. 15 
Director, dist. in 
Director, dist. 1 
Director, dist. 18, 
Director, dist. 19 
Director, dist. 20, 
Director, dist. 21 
Director, dist. 22, 
Director, dist. 23 
Chief, certificate 



Pittsburgh, Pa Ky.... 

Cleveland, Ohio Pa 

Detroit, Mich Mass.. 

Cincinnati, Ohio Ohio.. 

Birmingham, Ala Fla — 

, Chicago, 111. Nebr.. 

, St. Louis, Mo Minn- 
New Orleans, La W. Va. 

St. Paul, Minn Va 

, Omaha, Nebr... Colo.. 

, Kansas City, Mo .^ Kans.. 

, Fort Worth, Tex.... ' Tex... 

, Denver, Colo .' Idaho. 

, Salt Lake City, Utah | Oreg. . 



Legal residence 

State 



, Seattle, W^ash. 

, Portland, Oreg 

San Francisco, Calif. 

', Los Angeles, Cahf 

of arrival division 



Ky. 
Oreg. 
Utah. 
Cahf. 

N. Y- 



Director HI 

Assistant director Minn. 

Industrial supervisor N. Y.. 

Industrial supervisor Minn. 

Chief clerk - ..- D. C. 



Director general N. J.. 

Director, junior division Colo. 

Director (industrial information division) ... Pa... 

Superintendent, District of Columbia office. .j Ind._ 

Chief clerk. j Ohio. 



Director, dist. 1, Boston, Mass 

Director, dist. 2, New York. N. Y 

Director, dist. 3, Chicago, 111 

Director, dist. 4, Minneapolis, Minn_._ 
Director, dists. 6 and 7, Louisville, Ky. 
Director, dist. 8, Denver, Colo 



President 

Vice president 

Treasurer 

District supervisor 
Chief accountant-- 

Auditor 

Counsel 



Cong. 

dist. 



4th.. 
29th 
nth 
3d... 
1st.. 
3d... 
4th.. 
2d... 
3d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
12th, 
lst_. 
2d.. 
8th. 
3d.. 
1st.. 
7th., 
30th 



9th.. 
4th _. 
25th _ 
5th.. 



3d__.. 
3d_... 
7th. _. 
8th... 
2d.... 



6th.... 
7th.. __ 

2d 

8th...- 
5th._.. 
1st 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



5th.... 
5th_... 
4th_... 
17th... 
Cth.... 

1st 

10th.. - 



$3,800 
3,000 
4,000 
3,000 
2,800 
4,200 
3,800 
3,000 
3,800 
3,000 
3,000 
2,800 
3,800 
2,800 
3,800 
3,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,000 



5,400 
4,200 
3,100 
3,100 
2,400 



5,200 
4,600 
3,000 
2,400 
2,900 



3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,000 
3,600 



5,000 
4,800 
4,800 
3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3,300 



MISCELLANEOUS 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 



John J. Esch 

Balthasar H. Meyer 

Henry C. Hall 

Clyde B. Aitchison... 

Joseph B. Eastman 

J. B. Campbell 

Ernest I. Lewis _. 

Frank McManamy 

Thomas F. Woodlock 

Richard V. Taylor... 

Ezra Brainerd, jr 

Oeorge B. McOinty 

Thomas A. Gillis 

T. Leo Hadea 

W. M. Lockwood.. 

John B. Switzer... 

Alexander Wylie 

Charles D. Mahaffie 

Ulysses Butler 

Arja Morgan 

Thomas P. Healy ^_ 

Patrick J . Farrell 

Alonzo G. Pack 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Wrshington, D. C. unles 
otherwise indie:. ted) 



Wilfred P. Borland. 
William P. Bartel.. 
E. H. DeOroot, t... 



Max O. Lorenz 

W. V. Hfirdie 

Charles F. Staples. 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner... . 

Commissioner 1 

Commissioner. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary... 

Chief clerk and purchasing agent 

Disbursing clerk 

Appointment clerk and personnel officer 

Director, Bureau of Accounts 

Director, Bureau of Finance 

Chief examiner. Bureau of Formal Cases 

Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases 

Director, Bureau of Inquiry 

Chief counsel, Bureau of Law 

Chief inspector. Bureau of Locomotive In 

spection. 
Chief inspector (director). Bureau of Safety. 

Director, Bureau of Service _ 

Director, Bureau of Signals and Train Con 

trol Devices. 

Director, Bureau of Statistics 

Director, Bureau of Traffic 

Director, Bureau of Valuation 



Legal residence 



State 



Com- 

1 p?nsa- 

Cong. tion 
dist. 



Wis... 
Wis... 
Colo... 
Oreg... 
Mass... 
Wash.. 
Ind.-.. 
D.C... 
N.Y... 

.Ala 

Okla... 

Ga 

Pa 

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

Ill 

Oreg... 

Pa 

Pa 

N.Y... 

Vt 

Colo... 



Wash . . 

Wis 

111 I 

I 

Wis I 

Okla... I 
Minn.. I 



7th.. 
9th.. 
2d... 
3d.. 
13th. 
5th.. 
7th.. 



25th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
6th.. 
21st. 



$12, 000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
7,500 
4,400 
3,300 
3,600 
4,000 
7,500 
10,000 
7,500 
5,200 
6,000 
10,000 
6,000 

6,000 
7, .500 
7,500 

3d : 7,500 

5th.... I 10,000 
3d 10,000 



6th 

9tb.... 

3d 

31st... 
10th... 
37th... 

2d 

2d 



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



UNITED STATES BOARD OF MEDIATION 

S..>ction 1 of Public .Vet So. 257, Sixty-ninth Congress (Railway Labor Act) provides for a board to be 
known as tiie Boaril of Mediation, to be composed of five members, to be appointed by the President by 
and with the advice and consent of the Seniite. The term of office of the members first taking office shall 
expire as follows: One at the end of the first ye^r. one at the end of the second year, one at the end of the 
thiri year, one at the end of the fourth ye.ir, and one at the end of the fifth year, after January 21, 1926, 
Successors sh:ill hold office for five years after the expiration of the terms for which their predecessors were 
appointed. 



Samuel E. Winslow 

Pat M. Neff 

O. Wallace W. Hanger 

Edwin P. Morrow 

John WOliams 

John Marrinan 

John W. Walsh 

Thomas E. Bickers 

George A. Cook 

Robert F. Cole 

Ralph B. Bronson 



Member, chairman ! Mass. 

Member I Tex.. 

Member ! D. C. 

Member j Ky ! 

Member I Calif... 

Sscretary i Mass...! 

Chief, technical division A _._ ] 111 .! 10th.. 

Chief, technical division B Va 3d 

Chief, technical division C | 111 ! 2d 

Chief, division of administration : Nev j At L. 

Assistant secrstary | N.Y... 39th.. 



$12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
7,500 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
4,600 
3,800 



100 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



101 



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Offices of the Board 

T. V. O'Connor 

Edward C. Plummer_ 

WiUiam S. Benson 

Jeflerson Myers 

William S. Uill 

Philip S. Teller.. 

Roland K. Smith 

Frank A. Lord 

John Nicolson 

A. H. Haag. 

C. O. Arthur 

Samuel Goodacre 

E. J. Skidmore 

M. L. Fowler 

M. J. Pierce... 

Bureau of Law 

Chauncey G. Parker 

Harry Long 

Stephen Barker... 

A. M. Boal 

Disbursing Office 

Edward H. Schmidt , 

Heber M. Wells... 

Recruiting Service 

Charles W. Sanders 

Harrington Pike 

A. L. Kline 

Karl J. Walters 

Frank H. Haines 

J. W. S. Butt 

Pascal C. Pozzi... , 

L. S. HoweU 

Harold C. Jones 

Guy Kongsle 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner.. , 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Special investigator 

Director, Bureau of Traffic 

Director, Bureau of Research 

Director, Bureau of Regulation 

Secretary 

Chief personnel officer 

Purchasing agent 

Chief clerk... 

General counsel 

Assistant general counsel 

Assistant to general counsel , 

Admiralty counsel , 

Disbursing officer 

.\ssistant disbursing officer 

Assistant to director, Washington, D. C 

Agent, Boston.- 

Special agent. New York 

Local manager, Philadelphia 

Agent, Baltimore 

Agent, Norfolk 

Agent, New Orleans.. 

Agent, San Fraxicisco. 

Agent, Portland, Oreg — 

Acting local manager, Seattle 



N. Y... 
Me...- 

Ga 

Oreg... 
S. Dak. 
Calif... 

La 

N. Y... 
N. Y... 
Md.... 
Ind.... 
D. C... 
Mich.. 
S. C... 
Tenn... 



N. J.. 

Ind.. 
N. J.. 

Mass. 



Ind.. 

Utah. 



Pa.... 
Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Md... 
Va.... 

La 

Calif.- 
Oreg.. 
Wash. 



42d.. 
2d... 
Cth.. 
3d... 
10th. 
4th.. 



17th. 
27th. 
4th.. 
7th.. 



6th.. 
Sth.. 
6th.. 



8th.. 
8th.. 
10th. 
8th.. 



7th. 
2d.. 



6th., 
11th 
5th. 
12th 
4th. 
2d-. 
2d.. 
Sth. 
3d.. 
2d.. 



$12,000 

12,000 

12,000 

12, 000 

12, 000 

12,000 

12,000 

2 7, 200 

7,500 

2 4,800 

5,200 

5,600 

2 4, 500 

3,000 

3,500 



2 15, 000 

2 10, 000 

2 7, 500 

10,000 



2 10,000 
27,000 



2 4, 200 
2 3, 300 
> 4, 200 
3,300 
2 3, 600 
2 3, 300 
2 3, 300 ■ 
2 3, 300 
2 3, 000 
2 2, 400 



1 The annual report of the Shipping Board for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, contains a complete 
list of the employees of the board on June 30, 1927, by name, designation, legal residence, and compensation. 

2 Paid from Merchant Fleet Corporation funds. 

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD MERCHANT FLEET CORPORATION 



Board of Trustees 



Albert C. Dalton 

J. Caldwell Jenkins.. 

Edward A. Kelly 

Donald S. Morrison.. 

H. Y. Saint 

Frederick G. Frieser . 
Edward H. Schmidt. 



Office of the Secretary 



Samuel Goodacre - 
M. J. Pierce 



Trustee and president 

Trustee and vice president for administration. 

Trustee and vice president for operations 

Trustee and general comptroller- 

Trustee and director of supplies 

Trustee and director of traffic 

Trustee and treasurer 



Secretary-.. 
Chief clerk. 



' Receives compensation only as president. 

2 Receives compensation only as vice president for administration. 

3 Receives compensation only as vice president for operations. 

• Receives compensation only as general comptroller. 

• Receives compensation only as director of supplies. 
' Receives compensation only as director of traffic. 

' Receives compensation only as treasurer. 

• Paid from United States Shipping Board appropriation. 



N. J.... 
Wash.. 
N. J.... 
Ind.-.. 



D. C... 
Tenn.. 



21st... 



4th- 
1st. 
9th. 
7th. 



6th. 



0) 

(?) 
(.*) 
(') 
(«) 
(■) 



8 $5, 600 
«3,5C0 



102 



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UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD MERCHANT FLEET CORPORATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Executive Department 

Albert C. Dalton 

J. Caldwell Jenkins 

C. P. Stone 

John M. Blankenship 

E. J. Skidinore _. 

Field Executives 

United States 



Harold D. Moses- 
Thomas A. Miller. 

W. E. Griffith 

O. F. Blair 

E. P. McCaulder- 

E. A. Jimison 

A. G. Malone 

C. S. Nye 

E. L. Davison 

R. T. Johns 

J. W. Crichton.._. 

F. W. Relyea 



Orient 



R. C. Morton... 
R. M. Johnson.. 

H. L. Spain 

D. C. Thornton. 
A. F. Henry 



South America 



R. A. Gibson 
W. E. Frost... 

J. J. Henry 

E. A. Berne... 



European Division 



Paul C. Grening 

J. A. Lewis 

A. J. Corbin 

Charles Skentelbery. 



G. B. Moore 

L. E. Anderson.. 

C. H. Kemp 

H. A. Witt 

W. Wilson 

A. T. Ross.. 

D. A. J. Sullivan. 

W. J. Rague 

L.»R. MacHale... 



Operations 



Edward A. Kelly 

Henry F. Markwalter. 

James A. Wilson 

William T. Hayes 

Ulric J. Gendron 



Supply Department 

H. Y. Saint 

Traffic Department 



Frederick G. Fricser. 
John E. Andrews 



European and Mediterranean 
Trades Division 

W. A. Spencer 



President 

Vice president for administration. 
Staff assistant... 

Manager, ship sales. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Calif. 
Md.. 
Chief personnel ofEcer Mich. 



District director, Philadelphia Pa 

District director, Boston N. Y.. 

District director, New York Va 

District director, Norfolk j Oreg.. 

District director, Baltimore ..i N. Y.. 



District director, Savannah. 

District director. New Orleans 

Assistant to district director, Galveston. 

Assistant to district director. Mobile 

District director, San Francisco 

District agent, Portland, Oreg. 



111. 

Va.... 
Mass.. 
Ala... 
Wash. 
Oreg.. 
District director, Seattle Calif.. 



Director for the Orient, Manila.. 

District engineer, Yokohama 

General agent, Honolulu 

General agent, Kobe 

Executive assistant. Hong Kong- 



Director for South America, Buenos Aires 

General agent, Santos, Brazil... 

Port superintendent engineer, Balboa, C. Z. 
.\gent, St. Thomas, V. I 



Calif.. 
CaliL. 
Va...- 
Fla.... 
Teun. 



Calif. 
Ala.. 
N. J.. 



21st. 
5th.. 
3d... 
6th.- 



3d... 
5th.. 
2d... 
2d..- 
7th- 
19th. 
2d... 
16th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
3d-.. 
8th.. 



Acting director for Europe 

Manager, stevedoring and terminals, London 

Manager, department of supplies 

Manager, maintenance and repair division, 
London. 

Manager, traffic, London. 

Legal advisor, London 

District comptroller, London... 

Disbursing officer, London 

District representative, Liverpool 

District representative, Antwerp 

District representative, Hamburg. 

District representative, Copenhagen. 

Special representative, Barcelona 



Vice president for operations 

Assistant to vice president 

Assistant to director of operations , 

Assistant director of operations. , 

Manager, agreements and adjustments divi- 
sion 



Director of supplies 

Director of traffic... 
Traffic manager 



Manager. Kans... 1st. 



N. Y. 
Cahf. 
Mich. 

Mass... 



Wash 
Calif. 
London 
N. Y.. 
Tex... 
Md... 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 



N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 



Wash. 



N. J.. 
N. Y. 



1st.. 

nth. 

2d... 
3d... 
8th.. 



10th. 
4th.. 
12th. 



5th.. 
6th.. 



nth... 



2d.. 

8th. 



5th-. 
6th-. 
4th- 
24th. 

nth. 

nth. 



25th. 
1st-- 
17th. 
7th.. 



1st. 



9th.. 
28th. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



103 



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD MERCHANT FLEET CORPORATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Traffic Department— Contd. 

Souih American and Long 
Voyage Trades Division 

George F. Foley 

South American, Long Voyage, 
and Chartering Division 

V. J. Freeze 

Claims Division 

F. T. Underwood 

Advertising Division 
Charles Speaks 

District Offices 

J. G. Thompkins 

C. A. Parsons 

George C. Payne. 

A. C. Cocke 

R. Gardner 

W. M. Minor... 

Passenger, Mailj and Solicitation 
Division 



Manager- 



Manager, New York- 

Manager 

Manager, New York.. 

Traffic manager, Baltimore 

TraflBc manager, Norfolk 

Traffic manager. Savannah 

Traffic manager, New Orleans. 
Traffic manager, San Francisco 
Traffic manager, Seattle 



F. M. Darr Manager, 

Donald S. Bixler.. Manager, 



Philip J. Gavin. 

L. C. Neff — - 

Thomas P. Hay 

Judson T. Smith 

Donald F. Washburn. 

R. S. Hawkins 

Ross P. Amo 

Frank L. Jordan 

Neal P. Leary 

R. W. Cross 



Insurance Department 

Byron K. Ogden. 

Office of the Treasurer 



Edward H. Schmidt. 

Heber M. Wells 

R. M. Hicks 

J. F. Waters- 

A. W. Martin 

W. A. Hanna 

S. G. Carlton 

C. B. Taw 

J. A. Brooks 



Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 



Washington, D. C. 

New York 

Boston... 

Cincinnati. 

Chicago 

Detroit 

Kansas City 

Memphis.-- 

Minneapolis 

St. Louis 

Atlanta 

Pittsburgh. 



Director of insurance. 



Comptroller's Department 



Donald S. Morrison.. 

L. D. Parmelee 

J. C. McDonald 

George Montgomery. 

J. F. Keating 

W. A. Ramer. 

R. D. Jordan 

C. H. McDaniel 

W. H. Holling 

P. B. McHale 



V. S. Lines 
David A. Burke 



Treasurer 

Assistant treasurer 

Assistant treasurer 

Disbursing officer. New York 

Disbursing officer, Norfolk 

Disbursing officer. New Orleans 

Disbursing officer, San Francisco 

Special disbursing officer, Portland, Oreg_ 
Disbursing officer, Seattle... 



General comptroller. 

General auditor 

District auditor, Boston 

Resident auditor, Philadelphia 

District comptroller. New York 

District auditor, Baltimore 

District auditor, Norfolk 

District comptroller. New Orleans . 

District auditor, San Francisco 

District auditor, Seattle 



Mass. 



Md. 



D. C. 



12th... 



3d. 



Ohio.. 



15th... 



s. c... 


6th..-. 


Va 


2d 


N. Y... 


36th... 


D. C... 




Cahf-.. 


6th..-. 


Calif-.. 


6th-... 


D. C .. 




N. Y.. 


12th,.. 


Mass... 


12th..- 


Va 


2d 


Ala.... 


9th.... 


Minn.. 


5th.... 


N. Y... 


15th... 


Tenn... 


8th.... 


Minn.. 


9th..-. 


Ariz 


At L.. 


D. C .. 




Pa 


. ,. 



N.J. 



9th.. 



Ind..-. 


7th.... 


Utah... 


2d 


N. Y... 


27th-.. 


N. Y... 


10th... 


Va 


2d 


D. C... 




Calif... 


4th-... 


Oreg... 


3d 


Calif... 


6th-— 


N. J.... 


4th—. 


Vt 


1st 


Mass... 


10th... 


Pa 


6th-... 


N. Y... 


21st-.. 


Va 


4th.... 


Va 


2d 


Ga 


4th..-. 


Calif... 


6th—. 


CaUf.- 


3d 



General manager, U. S. Lines, New York. 



N. Y... 



104 



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THE PANAMA CANAL 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(OflScial station is Canal Zone unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Executive Department 

Brig. Gen. M. L. Walker, 
U. S. Army. 

C. A. McDvaine -.. 

John H. Smith 

Guy Johannes 

C. H. Calhoun - 

Ben M. WiUiams 

T. S. Booz 



F. Edward Mitchell 

Department of Operation 
and Maintenance 

Col. Harry Burgess, U. S. Army, 
Maj. F. C. Harrington, U. S. 

Army. 

W. L. Hersh 

W. R. HoUoway 

E. D. Stillwell 

E. S. Randolph 

Fred R. Fitch 

R. Z. Kirkpatrick 

Q. W. Green 

J. G. Claybourn 

Leonard Foote , 

Capt. John Downes, U. S. Navy. 
Commander W. F. Jacobs, 

U. S. Navy. 
Commander E. W. Tod, U. S. 

Navy. 

O. Maessen 

r. Kariger 

Capt. William McEntee, U. S. 

Navy. 
H. H. Evans 



Lieut. Claude O. Kell, U. S. 

Navy. 
W. H. Stone 



Supply Department 

R. K. Morris 

Roy R. Watson 

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 

John J. Luckey 

Samuel Bardelson 

H. H. Hudson 

M. L. Duff 



Health Department 

Col. W. P. Chamberlain, U. S. 

Army. 

Dr. D. P. Curry 

Surg. Carlisle P. Knight, U. S. 

P. H. S. 
Lieut. Col. Geo. M. Ekwurzel, 

U. S. Army. 
Maj. John Wallace, U. S. 

Army. 
Capt. Cleve C. Odom, U. S. 

Army. 

Dr. Henry Goldthwaite 

Dr. J. L. Byrd... 

Dr. C. A. Heame 

Dr. J, D. Odom 



Governor. 



Va. 



Executive secretary 

Chief clerk, executive ofSce.. 

Chief, police and fire division 

Chief, division of civil affairs 

Superintendent of schools 

General secretary, bureau of clubs and play- 
grounds. 
District attorney. Canal Zone 



Ohio.. 
D.C.- 
Md„- 
Ind... 
N. C. 
Pa-... 



D. C. 



Engineer of maintenance 

Assistant engineer of maintenance. 



Electrical engineer 

Superintendent, Pacific locks 

Superintendent, Gatun locks 

Office engineer 

Assistant engineer, section of surveys. 

Chief of surveys... 

Municipal engineer , 

Superintendent, dredging division 

Assistant engineer, dredging division.. 

Marine superintendent 

Captain of the port, Cristobal 



Miss. 
Va... 



Captain of the port, Balboa. 



Ohio. 



Inspector of hulls and boilers N. Y.. 

Pilot in charge, lighthouse subdivision N. Y.. 

Superintendent, mechanical division Minn. 

Ill 

Ill 

CaUf.. 



Assistant superintendent, mechanical divi- 
sion. 

Assistant to the superintendent, mechanical 
division. 

Production superintendent, Cristobal shops. 



Chief quartermaster 

Superintendent.. 

Constructing quartermaster 

General storekeeper 

District quartermaster, Ancon-Balboa 

District quartermaster, Cristobal-Gatun. 

District quartermaster Pedro Miguel 

Printer, The Panama Canal Press 



Auditor 

Assistant auditor on the Isthmus. 

Paymaster 

Collector ., 

Chief accountant 

Chief examiner 

Claim officer. 

Railroad accountant 



Chief health officer. 



Assistant chief health officer. 
Chief quarantine officer 



Superintendent, Ancon Hospital.. 
Superintendent, Colon Hospital... 
Superintendent, Corozal Hospital. 



Health officer of Panama 

Health officer of Cristobal-Colon. 

Quarantine officer. Colon 

Quarantine officer, Balboa 



Mo... 
Miss. 
Te.x.. 
Ind.. 
N. Y. 
Calif. 
Tex.. 
N. Y. 



Va... 
Pa... 
111.... 
Ind.. 
Ohio. 

m.... 

Mass. 
Va... 



Me. 



Ky... 
D. C. 

D. C- 

S. C 
Tex.. 



Ala... 
Ga.... 
Idaho. 
Ala... 



1 Includes U. S. Army or Navy pay. 

' Pay of rank: No additional compensation for service with The Panama Canal. 

» Includes U. S. Public Health Service pay. 



21st.. 



3d... 
12th. 



13th. 



Pa.. 

111... 

N. Y... 

La.. 

Calif... 

Colo. 

Pa... 

Minn 

N. Y... 

R. I-. 

Conn 



9th.. 
7th.. 
30th. 
6th.. 
2d-.. 
3d... 
15th. 
1st.. 
25th. 



18th... 



8th. 
3d.. 



9th-..- 



4th.. 
8th.. 
8th.. 
7th.- 
34th. 



5th.. 
17th. 



8th.. 
26th. 
13th. 
7th.. 
ist.- 
5th.. 
11th. 
3d... 



2d- 
5th. 



1st.. 
5th-. 
1st.. 
3d... 



$10,00(> 

7,200 
4,600 
5,000 
5,000 
4,800 
3,900 

5,000 



I8,70a 
16,600 

5.60a 
5,100 
5,100 
4,800 
3,900 
4,800 
5,400 
6,600 
5,000 
18,200 

(?) 

3,780 
5,100 

5,700 
5,100 
5,700 



8,200 
6,000 
5,400 
4,800 
4,200 
3,900 
3,600 
4,500 



8,200 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,400 
3,900 
3,900 
3,900 



18,200 

6,000 
» 6,000 

» 7,000 

14,800 

14,800 

4,800 
4,400 
4,800 
4,600 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



105 



THE PANAMA CANAL 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Official station is Canal Zone unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Courts 

G. H. Martin 

John T. Barrett 

J. W. Blackburn 

Percy E. Murray 

Washington, D. C, Office 

A. L. Flint. 

E. E. Weise 

E. D. Anderson 

Noble Moore 

W. A. E. Doying 



District judge, Canal Zone 

Marshal of Canal Zone 

Magistrate, Balboa 

Magistrate, Cristobal 



General purchasing officer and chief of 

Assistant to the chief of office 

Chief clerk, purchasing department... 

Assistant auditor and legal adviser 

Inspecting engineer. 



Idaho.. 
Mass... 
Ky..... 
Ohio... 



Ohio... 
Wis.... 
Mo..... 
Tenn..^ 
N. Y... 



2d.. 
9th. 
7th. 
3d.. 



17th. 
11th. 
12th. 
10th. 
18th. 



$10, 000 
5,000 
3,600 
3,600 



6,000 
3,800 
4,400 
5,200 
5,400 



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 
incident to Federal control. The act provides that the President shall bave 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 

M. G. de Quevedo 
H. D. Boynton... 

0. Thacker 

R. C. Dunlap 



General solicitor and assistant director gene: 

Attorney. 

Attorney... 

Comptroller 

Treasurer.. 



D. C... 




D. C... 




D.C... 




s. c... 

Pa 


4th... 
19th... 



$10,000 
8,000 
7,500 
7,200 
5,400 



INLAND WATERWAYS CORPORATION 

The Inland Waterways Corporation is charged with the direction of the duties incident to the develop- 
ment of national inland waterway transportation as delegated to the Secretary of War under the transporta- 
tion act of 1920 and by Public 185, approved June 3, 1924, and amendatory act approved February 28 ,1927. 
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 Company; 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 water- 
ways traffic; and in general functions as the official governmental inland waterways bureau. 



Dwight F. Davis 

Maj. Gen. T. Q. Ashburn, U 
S. Army. 

Clark C. Wren 

Guy Hartley 

J. W. Jenkinson , 



Secretary of War, incorporator. 
Chairman and executive 



Assistant to chairman. 

Secretary-treasurer 

Chief clerk 



Tex 

Mo 

Mont_. 



8th..-. 
10th... 
1st 



(') 

$7,200 
5,000 
3,000 



> Pay of rank; see .^rmy Pay Tables in Appendix. 

BOARD OF ROAD COMMISSIONERS FOR ALASKA 

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 ch.irged by law with 
the construction, 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. 



Maj. James O. Steese (retired).. 



Maj . Douglas H . Gillette 

Second Lieut. John R. Noyes.. 



President and Engineer Officer, Juneau, 
Alaska. 

Assistant engineer officer 

Secretary and disbursing officer 



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

» By act of Feb. 23, 1927, compensation fixed for current year at $1,000 in addition to pay of rank; see 
Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



OFFICUL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°^^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Offices of the Commission 

Thomas O. Marvin 

Alfred P. Dennis 

Edward P. Costigan 

Edgar B. Brossard 

Sherman J. Lowell 

Lincoln Dixon... 

John F. Bethune 

Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

George P. Comer 

A. Manuel Fox 

W. A. Graham Clark 

Charles E. McNabb. 

Benjamin B. Wallace 

Warren N. Watson 

F. Morton Leonard 

Oscar A. Juve 

Charles F. Yauch 

Charles O. Townsend 

Frederick L. Koch... 

Franklin 11. Smith 

Harry H. Newton 

George H. Parater 

Stella Stewart 

Field Service 

Percy W. Bidwell 

Henry H. Waters 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Secretary 



Chief, investigator 

Chief, economies division 

Chief, textile division. 

Chief, legal division 

Chief, foreign relations division. 

Chief, chemical division 

Chief, metals division 

Chief, agricultural division 

Chief, sundries division 

Chief, sugar division 

Chief, ceramics division 

Chief, wood and paper division 

Chief, accounting division 

Chief, transportation division. . 
Chief, statistical division 



Representative in Europe, Brussels, Belgium. 
Chief, New York office 



Mass. 
Md.. 
Colo.. 
Utah. 
N. Y. 
Ind... 
Va... 



Conn. 
N. Y.. 
Mass.. 
D. C 

111 

Me.... 
N. Y.. 
Wis... 
Ohio.. 
Kans.. 
Md... 
D. C. 
Va-— 
Va- — 
Colo.. 



D. C- 
N. Y- 



3d„. 

25th- 
13th. 



10th- 
2d... 
14th. 
2d... 
7th.. 
7th.. 
1st.. 



8th. 
3d.. 
2d-. 



10th- 
21st- 



$7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
6,000 



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



5,600 
4,500 



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 official announcements, it gives a national review of business conditions and 
detailed analysis of financial and industrial conditions, research studies, reviews of foreign banking, 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. 



D. R. Crissinger 

Edmund Piatt 

A. C.Miller-- 

C. S. Hamlin 

George R. James. -- 

Edward H. Cunningham 

Walter L. Eddy. -- 

J. C. Noell 

E. M. McClelland 

George E. Good.. 

Charles W. Hanford 

A. A. Moore.- - 

John De LaMater - 

Walter Wyatt 

George B. Vest 

B. M. Wingfield -- 

William M. Imlay- 

O. E. Foulk— - -.-. 

E. A. Goldenweiser 

Carl Parry - 

Elsie Rackstraw 

Edward L. Smead 

John R. Van Fossen 

James F. Herson 

L. G. Copeland 

William J. Tucker 



Governor 

Vice governor - 

Member -. 

Member 

Member - --. 

Member 

Secretary 

Assistant secretary - - 

Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk 

Assistant chief clerk 

Chief, division of currency 

Chief, gold settlement division- 

General counsel __ 

Assistant counsel 

Assistant counsel 

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. - 
Chief Federal reserve examiner and chief 

division of examination. 
Chief, division of Federal reserve issue and 

redemption. 
Assistant chief, division of Federal reserve 

issue and redemption. 



Ohio.-. 


8th-.- 


N. Y-- 


26th.-- 


Calif.-. 


6th—- 


Mass.-. 


16th-- 


Tenn... 


10th— 


Iowa... 


4th„- 


R. I...- 


1st--- 


Va 


5th-.- 


m 


7th— 


N. Y— 


30th— 


Fla 


4th 


Va 


8th--- 


111- 


10th... 


Va 


7th.... 


Va 


8th--. 


Va 


7th.... 


Iowa-.. 


7th.... 


Mo 


5th. ... 


D. C . 




Mich-- 


2d 


N. Y— 


19th.- 


Mich--- 


3d 


lowa--. 


5th.... 


N. Y— 


6th.... 


Ohio.-. 


8th.-. 


Ind---- 


nth... 



$12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
6,000 
5,000 
4,800 
3,200 
3,600 
4,800 
10,000 
6,000 
4,000 
4,800 
3.950 
10,000 
7,000 

3,060 
10,000 

5,300 
13,000 

4,500 

2,760 



1 The salaries and expenses of the Federal Reserve Board are paid from a fund created by assessments 
upon Federal reserve banks. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 



107 



C. W.llunt. .- 

William E. Humphrey 

Abram F. Myers 

J. F. Nugent 

Edgar A. McCulloch.... 

Otis B. Johnson -. 

Chief Counsel's Office 

Bayard T. HaimT 

Adrien F. Busiek 

William T. Kelley.- - 

Economic Division 

Francis W'alker 

W. H. S. St6vens-_ 

William H. England.. 

LtClaire Hoover 

Chief Elxaminer's Office 

Millard F. Hudson... 

Herbert L. .\nderson. 

Ishmael Burton.. 

W\ E. Clark 

William F. Dinnen 

Clarence T. Sadler 

Trial Examiner's Office 

Web Woodflll 

Franklin C. Baggarly 

Division of Trade Practice 
Conferences 



M. Markhani Flannery. 
Stephen C. Van Fleet. .. 



Board of Review 



Marshall B. Clarke.. 
Everett F. Haycroft.. 
Robert N. McMillen. 

Elias C. Alvord 

Malcolm A. Coles 



Administrative Division 



C. G. Duganne.- 

L. H. Waring 

.\ndrew N. Ross 

John W. Karsner 

Harold B. Stamm 

William H. Galbraith. 

Joseph E. Haugh 

Sam F. Shrout.. 

Howard R. Eliason... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Official station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Chairman 

Vice chairman 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner _ - 

Secretary of the commission 

Chief counsel 

Attorney in charge of appellate work 

Attorney in charge of trial work.. 

Chief economist 

Assistant chief economist 

.Assistant chief economist 

Chief accountant 

Chief examiner 

Assistant chief examiner 

Assistant chief examiner 

Attorney in charge of New York office 

Attorney in charge of Chicago office 

Attorney in temporary charge of San Fran- 
cisco office. 



Chief 

Assistant chief. 



Director 

Assistant director. 



Chairman. 
Member. . 
Member.. 
Member.. 
Member. . 



Chief 

Personnel officer.. 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, docket section 

Chief, publications section.. 
Chief, mail and flies section. 
Chief, stenographic section.. 

Chief, supply section. 

Librarian _.. 



State 



Iowa... 
Wash.. 
Iowa... 
Idaho.. 
Ark.... 

D.C... 



Cong, 
dist. 



Okla. 
Va... 
Vt... 



Mass.. 
La 

N. Y... 
Ala--.. 



Nev..,. 

Ill 

W. Va. 
Tex.... 
Ind.... 
Nev... 



Ind... 
Va 



Md.. 
Ind.. 



N.J... 

Minn. 
Tex... 

Wis... 
Calif.. 



Qa.... 
Pa.... 

N.J... 
Md... 
Pa.... 
Pa_... 
Md... 
Mo... 
D. C- 



9th. 
1st. 
1st. 
2d.. 
5th. 



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



12th.. 
2d.... 
24th.. 
9th... 



At L. 

24tn.. 
5th... 
11th.. 
12th.. 
AtL. 



4th. 
7th. 



5th.. 
13th. 



9th.. 
6th.. 
12th. 
nth. 
4th.. 



1st.. 
19th. 
1st.. 
4th.- 
9th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
8th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 



WAR FINANCE CORPORATION 



Eugene Meyer ' 

George R. Cooksey ' 
Floyd R. Harrison '. 

Chester Morrill 2 

R. Reyburn Burklin 



Managing director 

Director 

Director 

General counsel 

Secretary and treasurer 



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



25th... 



'■ Also members of Federal Farm Loan Boardi 
' Also secretary and general counsel, Federal Farm Loan Board. 



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UNITED STATES BOARD OF TAX APPEALS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Benjamin H. Littleton 


Member, chairman of the board. 


Tenn. . 


fith 


$10,000 


C. Rogers ArundelL. 


Member . . . , 


Oreg 1st 


10,000 




Iowa... 
Kans... 
Tex...- 
Mont. . 


9th.... 
5th.... 
15th... 


10,000 


W. C. Lansdon 


Member 


10,000 


W D Love 


Member 


10,000 




Member 


10,000 


John B. Milliken 


Member 


Ari7, 




10,000 


Logan Morris 


Member 


Utah... 

Pa 

N.Y... 

Ill 

Mass... 

Ill 

Fla 

Minn.. 
Ohio... 

Conn.- 
Pa 


2d 

31st... 

1st 

5th.... 
12th... 
9th.... 

1st 

10th... 
18th... 

1st 

23d.... 


10,000 


Member _ 


10,000 


Percy W. Phillips 


Member . 


10,000 


Forest D. Siefkin 


Member .. 


10,000 


Charles P. Smith ... 


Member 


10,000 




Member 


10,000 


C. M. Trammell 


Member 


10,000 


S. L. Trussell 


Member 


10,000 


Ernest H. Van Fossan 


Member 


10,000 


Robert C. Tracy 


Secretary. 


5,600 


B. D Gamble 


Clerk 


4,800 









ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN 



Howard Sutherland.. 
Sewall W. Abbott... - 

George D. Casto 

C. D. Bray 

Clyde R. Painter 

Harmon O. Acuff 

Marion Henderson... 
George C. Thompson 



Alien Property Custodian 

Managing director 

Assistant managing director 

Chief clerk and chief, division of accounts 

Chief, division of trusts 

Chief, division of claims 

Chief, division of law 

Chief, division of stocks and bonds. 




FEDERAL OIL CONSERVATION BOARD 



Hubert Work 


Secretary of the Interior, chairman (George 
Otis Smith, Director of the Geological Sur- 
vey, alternate) . 

Secretary of the Navy (Rear Admiral Harry 
H. Rousseau, alternate). 

Secretary of War (Maj. Gen. Edgar Jadwin, 
alternate). 

Secretary of Commerce (Harry H. Hill, chief 
petroleum engineer. Bureau of Mines, alter- 
nate) . 








Curtis D Wilbur 


. ... 
























D.C... 




$5,200 













FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 



Dwight F. Davis 

Hubert Work 

William M. Jardine 

O. C. Merrill 

Maj. Glen E. Edgerton, U. S 

Armv. 
Maj. Lewis W^ Call, U. S 

Army (retired). 

William V. King 

F. W. Griffith.. 



Secretary of War, commissioner, chairman. 

Secretary of the Interior, commissioner 

Secretary of Agriculture, commissioner 

Executive secretary 

Chief engineer > 



Chief counsel '. 



Chief accountant i. 
Chief clerk* 



Md... 
Kans.. 



Md. 



Tex... 

N.Y.. 



6th. 
5th. 



6th.... 



16th. 
43d.. 



' Assigned to duty from the War Department, Engineer Department. 

2 Receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

3 Assigned to duty from the War Department, Office of the Judge Advocate General 
* Assigned to duty from the Interior Department, General Land Office. 



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UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 



109 



Central Office 



Frank T. nines_ 

Benjamin W. Black.. 
William Wolff Smith. 
Harold W. Breining.. 

Omer W. Clark 

John D. Cutter 

George E. Ijarns 

A(ielbert D. Ililler... 

Louis n. Tripp 

Horace L. McCoy 



Harley H. Milks 

Dallas B. Smith 

Samuel M. Moore, jr. 
Robert L. Jarnagin... 
Harold V. Stirling 



John B. Schommer. 



OFFIOAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence CQxa. 



State 



Director 

Medical d irector 

General counsel - --■ 

.\ssistant director • 

Assistant <1 irector - 

Assistant director. 

Assistant director 

Assistant to director 

Chief, construction division 

Chief, compensation and rehabilitation div., 
adjudicution service. 

Chief, awiirils div., adjudication service 

Chief, insurance div., adjudication service... 
Chief, evaluation div., coordination service.. 
Chief, invest igat ion div., coordination service 
Chief, standardization div., coordination 
service. 

Chief, accounting div., finance service 

Joseph V. Byrne i Chief, certificate accts. div., finance service., 

William H. ilolmes i Chief, disbursing div., finance service 

Harry M. Seydel | Chief, guardianship div., legal service 

George P. Hughes i Chief, law div., legal service 

O. C. Skinner... j Chief, general medical div., medical service. 

L. M. Wilbor Chief, neuropsychiatric div., medical service. 

David C. Farnsworth ! Chief, tuberculosis div., medical service... 



William C. Black. 
G, Hemierson Sweet- 
Leopold Stocker 

George S. Kilgour 

Thomas B. Cracroft. 



Regional Offices 

Regional Managers 

William J. Blake 

Malcolm L. Stoddard 

Herbert H. Rouse 

Ernest B. Rowbotham.. 

Allen Fletcher 

.Vrthur P. James. 

Joseph J. Kingsbury 

T. J. Bannigan 

Thomas J. McEvoy 

Harry J. Crosson 

Michael J. Shortley 

Marion B. MacMillan.. 

Charles F. Sargent 

Daniel E. Smith 

Hilary G. Hooks 

John M. Slaton, jr 

Mizell Bryson 

James S. Pitlman 

Sidney C. Groeschel 

Lewis Tillman. 

Bert C. Moore 

Thomas J. Calvert 

William S. Shipman 

William M. Coffin 

William L. Marlin 

John H. Ale 

Chesley V.'. Bailey 

Frank T. Duffy 

Luther E. Ellis 

Henry W. Longfellow... 

Charles G. Beck 

John A. Brody 

Frank L. Williams 

Edward J. Wieland 

Carl D. Hibbard 

Charles T. Busha, jr 

Clarence T. Hoverson... 

Alfred S . Thomson 

John A. Carlton 

Robert R. Gibson 



Chief, chief clerk div., supply service. 
Chief, peisonnel div., supply service... 

Chief, supply div., supply service 

Chief, information and cooperation div. 
Chairman, advisory group on appeals.. 



Charles O. Shaw Chairman, central board of appeals. 



Utah.. 
Utah.. 
Ind... 
D. C. 
Ohio.. 
D. C. 
Md... 
Mass.. 
D. C. 
Wash. 



N. Y. 
Ala.. 
Fla... 
111.... 
Ohio- 



Wis... 
D. C. 
Pa.-.. 
Iowa... 
Mass... 

Mo 

N. Y... 
Calif... 

Pa 

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

La 

D. C... 



Cong, 
dist. 



2d.. 
7th. 



2d... 
16th. 



1st,..., 

34th.. 
3d.... 
4th_.. 
9th... 
12th.. 



2d. 



Boston, Mass Mass. 

Portland, Me... - Me... 

Manchester, N. H.. N. H. 

Providence, R. I R. I.- 
Burlington, Vt...- -- Vt 

New York, N. Y N. Y. 

Buffalo, N. Y N. Y. 

Hartford, Conn - Conn. 

Newark, X. J - N. Y... 

Philadelphia. Pa.. Pa... 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Pa... 

Washington. D. C D. C. 

Baltimore, Md.. Mass. 

Richmond, Va Md.- 

Charleston, W. Va Md.. 

Atlanta, Ga... Ga... 

Jacksonville, Fla Tenn 

Charlotte, N. C Ga... 

Columbia, S. C S. C. 

Nashville, Tenn Tenn 

New Orleans, La Ala.. 

Birmingham, Ala Ala.. 

Jackson, Miss... Miss. 

Cincinnati, Ohio.. Ohio. 

Cleveland, Ohio. Ohio. 

Indianapolis. Ind Ind_. 

Louisville, Ky Ky... 

Chicago, 111 111.-.- 

Detroit, Mich Ind.. 

Milwaukee, Wis Wis.. 

St. Louis, Mo - Mo.. 

Kansas City, Mo Mo 

Des Moines, Iowa Iowa... 

Omaha, Nebr Nebr 

Minneapolis, Minn Minn.. 

Helena, Mont - Mont 

Fargo, N. Dak N. Dak 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak... N. Y... 

Denver, Colo Colo. 

Albuquerque, N. Mex Wyo. 



1st-- 
2d... 
3d-.. 
10th. 
38th. 



28th. 



1st... 



8th.. 



13th.. 
4th... 
1st... 
3d.... 
2d.... 



pensa- 
tion 



1st.- 
3.5 th. 
4th.. 
31st- 



2d... 
f)th.. 
3d... 
5th.. 
fith.. 
.5th.. 
7th.. 
fith.. 
2d... 
10th. 
.5th.. 
2d... 
4th-. 
9th.. 
2d... 



nth.. 
9th... 
11th.. 
2d.... 
7th... 
2d.... 
3d.... 
2d.-. 
2d...- 
35th.. 
1st... 
At L- 



$12,000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
6,500 
6,000 
7,500 
5,600 
6,000 
5,600 



no 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 

Continued 



Regional Offices— Continued 
Regional Managers — Continued 

Leslie J. Paul 

James L. Laiighlin... 

Stanley H. Conner.. 

Kenyon J. Scudder 

William T. Hardnwny 

Orville G. Fairburn.. 

Charles H. Iludelson 

Kenneth L. Cooper 

Read Johnson 

James A. Winn 

Harry B. Gilstrap 

Donald F. Peppers 

Itead Johnson (acting) 

Gardner M. Olmsted 

Territorial Areas 

Director's Representative 

Middleton E. Head 

James H. Baxlev 

Charles W. Spofford 

Elon F. Tandy... 

Central Board of Appeals 

Chairman 

H. E. Chase 

C. D. Haas 

D. A. Bannister. 

E. F.Hull.. 

Supply Depots 

Representative in Charge 

Alexander Newman... 

Edward A. McGinn 



U. S. Veterans' Hospitals 

Medical Officers in Charge 

Percival G. Lasche 

J. Baldwin McComb 

Victor A. Aimone 

John R. McDill 

Isaac R. Wagner 

Frank E. Leslie. 

Edgar O. Grossman. 

George L. Johnson 

Henry L. Stick 

GaU D. Allee 

William D. McFaul 

Frank B. Brewer 

Frank N. Gordon 

Rhodric W. Browne 

Harrv G. Clarke 

Paul I. Carter... 

Edward P. Odend'hal 

Matthew R. Baines 

Howard C. VonDahm 

Edwin J. Rose 

Walker D. Judkins 

Jo M. Ferguson 

Robin W. C. Francis 

Walter B. Swackhamer 

Edwin P. Bledsoe 

Herbert E. Whitledge 

Joseph F. Wallace 

George F. Brewster 

Eugene Davis 

William E. Park.. 

Richard W. Soper 

Chester D. Allen 

Henry Ladd Stickney 

T. Hugh Scott 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Salt Lake City, Utah 

Casper, Wyo 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Seattle, Wash - 

Boise, Idaho. 

Portland, Oreg 

Dallas, Tex 

Little Rock, Ark 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Wichita, Kans 

San Antonio, Tex 

Reno, Nev 



Eastern Area, New York, N. Y 

Southern Area, New Orleans, La... 

Central Area, Chicago, 111 

Western Area, San Francisco, Calif 



Eastern Area, New York, N. Y 

Southern Area, New Orleans, La... 
Central Area, Chicago, 111 

Western Area, San Francisco, Calif 



Perry Point, Md. 
Chicago, 111 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



, Palo Alto, Calif 

, Alexandria, La 

, Washington, D. C 

, Waukesha, Wis 

, West Haven, Conn 

, Perry Point, Md 

, West Roxbury, Mass 

, Atlanta, Ga 

, Philadelphia, Pa 

', Whipple, Ariz 

, Tucson, Ariz 

, Boise, Idaho _ 

, Dwight, 111 

, Fort Bayard, N. Mex 

, Knoxvillo, Iowa 

, Tacoma, Wash 

, Oteen, N. C 

, Augusta, Ga 

, Lake City, Fla . 

, Kansas City, Mo 

, Fort Harrison, Mont 

, Gulfport, Miss 

, Ed. Hines, jr., Maywood, 111 

, Portland, Oreg 

, North Little Rock, J^.rk 

, Outwood, Ky 

, Fort Lyon, Colo 

, Bronx, N. Y... 

, Algiers, La 

, Walla Walla, Wash 

, Sheridan, Wyo 

, Memphis, Teun 

, Rutland Heights, Mass 

, Muskogee, Okla. 



1 
Legal residence rom- 
pensa- 
Cong. ! tion 
dist. 



Utah... 


2d..... 


Colo... 


2d 


Md.... 


3d 


Calif... 


6th.... 


Ga 


4th.... 


Wash.. 


1st 


Idaho.. 


1st.... 


Oreg... 


3d..... 


Tex...- 


.5th 


Ark 


oth.... 


Okla... 


4th.... 


Iowa.. 


.5th 


Tex.... 


5th.... 


Calif... 


4th 



Mo 


10th... 


Ala 


3d 


111 


7th 


Mass... 


13th... 


Ohio... 


10th... 


D. C... 




S.Dak. 


2d 


Wash.. 


2d 


Calif... 


nth... 


HI ... 




m 


17th... 


Ohio... 


12th... 


N. Y... 




Miss... 


8th.... 


Va 


10th... 


Me 


2d 


N. H... 


1st 


Ga 


6th.... 


Pa 


1st 


Mo 


15th... 


Iowa... 


2d 


Tex 


1.3th... 


Mo ... 




Mass... 


14th... 


Pa 




Wash.. 


1st 


Va 


9th.... 


Ga 


lOth... 


Fla 


4th 


Ohio... 


lOth... 


Ark 


5th.... 


Kv 


3d 


111 


3d 


Idaho.. 


2d 


Ark.... 


5th.... 


Ind 


1st 


Colo... 


3d 


N. Y... 


17th... 


La 


2d 


Pa 


14th... 


Wvo... 


At L.. 


Tenn... 


lOth... 


N. H..- 


1st 


Okla.-. 


2d 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



HI 



UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



U. S. Veterans' Hospitals — 

Continued 

Medical Officers in Charge — Con 

Joseph H Ward 

Howard W. Barker,. 

Orville D. Wescott... 

Henry E. St. Antoine -.. 

Appleton H. Pierce 

Richard L. Cook 

•Jeorge A Rowland 

james E. Dedman 

Wilfred E. Chambers 

William M. Dobson 

Hans Hansen .- 

Percy S. Rawls 

Henry R. Brown 

Samuel H. James 

Oscar C. Willhite -. 

Harry B. Fralic 



No. 91, Tuskegee, Ala 

No. 92, Jefferson Barracks, Mo 

No. 93, Legion, Tex 

No. 94, American Lake, Wash 

No. 95, Northampton, Mass 

No. 96, Sunmount, N. Y 

No. 97, Chillicothe, Ohio. 

No. 98, Castle Point, N. Y 

No. 99, Excelsior Springs, Mo 

No. 100, Camp Custer, Mich 

No. 101, St. Cloud, Minn 

No. 102, Livermore, Calif 

No. 103, Aspinwall, Sharpsburg, Pa 

No. 104, San Fernando, Calif. 

No. 105, North Chitago, 111 

No. 106, Minneapolis, IVIinn 



Ind.... 
D. C... 
Colo... 

Vt 

Mass... 
D. C... 
Ohio... 

Ala 

Calif... 

Pa 

Iowa... 
D.C... 
Mass... 

Ala 

Mo 

Minn.. 



7th.. 



2d.. 
1st. 
3d.. 



12th. 
9th.. 
6th.. 



9th.... 



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



$5,600 
6,200 
6,200 
5,600 
6,200 
6,000 
6,200 
6.472 
6,000 
6,200 
6,200 
6,200 
5,600 
6,000 
6.200 
6,200 



FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



James J. Davis 

William M. Jardine 

Herbert Hoover 

John J. Tigert 

Harrv L. Fidler 

E. T. Franks 

C. M. Henry 

J. C.Wright 

Adelaide S. Bavlor. 
Earl W. Barnhart.. 

Frank Cushman 

J. A. Kratz 

C. H. Lane.. 

Charles R. Allen... 
E. Joseph AronofF.. 



Secretary of Labor, member, chairman 

Secretary of Agriculture, member 

Secretary of Commerce, member. 

Commissioner of Education (Department of 
the Interior), member, vice chairman. 

Member, representative of labor 

Member, representative of manufacturing 

and commercial interest. 
Member, representative of agricultural inter- 
ests. 

Director 

Chief, home economics education service 

Chief, commercial education service 

Chief, trade and industrial education service . 
Chief, civilian vocational rehabilitation serv- 
ice. 

Chief, agricultural education service 

Editor and educational consultant 

Secretary and chief clerk 



Ind. 
Ky.. 



7th. 
2d-. 



S. Dak. 2d. 



Mo 5th. 

Ind_... 7th. 

Calif... 6th- 

Mo I 5th. 

Md...-! 2d.. 



Tenn...j 2d.. 
Minn. -I 5th. 
N.J 4th. 



0) 

$6, 500 
6,500 

6,500 

7,500 
5,600 
5,200 
5,800 
5,600 

5,400 
5.000 
3,400 



' Serves as member of the board without additional compensation. 

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION 



Gen. John J. Pershing, U. S. 
.\rmv. 

R. G. Woodside 

David \. Reed 

Finis J. Garrett 

John Philip Hill 

D. John Markey 

Josephine C. Bentley 

Maj. X. H. Price, U. S. Army. 
Maj. D. D. Eisenhower, U. S, 

.\rmy. 
Capt. H. E. Fuller, U. S. Army. 
Capt. H. F. K. Cahill, U. S, 

Army. 
Capt. Wethered Woodworth, 

U. S. Marine Corps. 
First Lieut. Redding F. Perry, 

U. S. Army. 
First Lieut. Thomas North, 

U. S. Army. 
James E. Mangum... 



Commissioner, chairman. 



Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner, Senator from Pennsylvania. . 
Commissioner, Representative from Ten- 
nessee. 

Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 

Commissioner, Frederick, Md 

Commissioner, Chicago, lU 

Secretary 

Officer in charge, historical research 



Assistant in charge, historical research. 
Assistant in charge, historical research. 

Assistant in charge, historical research. 

.Assistant in charge, historical research. 



Officer in charge, European office (Paris, 

France) . 
Chief clerk — 



Md. 
Md. 
111... 



Ga. 



(') 

(') 
(2) 
(') 

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

(') 
(') 

(') 

(') 

(') 

$3,000 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service on the commission. 
' Commissioners receive no salary. 



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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 

Edwin B. Parker... 

Ephraim P. Bowyer 

Commission and Secretariat 

Chandler P. Anderson 

Wilhelm Kiesselbach 

Robert E. Newby 

Mai Martin 

American Agency 

Robert W. Bonynge 

Harold H. Martin 

John J. Edwards 

J. Moyle Gray 

Jackson C. Lusby 

Edward Widdifleld 

Prew Savoy. 

German Agency 

Karl von Lewinski 

Melchior von der Decken 

Wilhelm Tannenbarg 

T. J. Healy 



Umpire... 
Law clerk. 



Tex 

S.Dak. 



American commissioner.. 

German commissioner 

Joint secretary on part of United States. 
Joint secretary on part of Germany 



8th... 
1st.... 



N. Y..J 17th... 



Iowa... 



Agent 

Counsel and assistant to the agent. 
Counsel and assistant to the agent. 

Attorney and secretary 

Chief clerk and disbursing officer... 

Attorney 

Attorney.- 



N. Y. 

Kans. 
Tenn. 
Utah. 
Md.. 
Md.. 
N. Y. 



German agent 

Assistant to the agent. 

Counsel.- 

Counsel 



9th.... 



17th... 

1st 

2d 

2d 

6th.... 
5th.... 
17th... 



I $15,000 
> 5,000 



12,000 

3,000 
(?) 



3 12,000 
6,500 

3 5,000 
3,000 

3 3,500 
4,000 
4,000 



0) 
0) 



• Compensation paid in part by the Governments of the United States, Germany, Austria, and Hungary 

2 Compensation paid by German Government. 

3 See Tripartite Claims Commission (United States, Austria, and Hungary), below. 

TRIPARTITE CLAIMS COMMISSION— UNITED STATES, 
AUSTRIA, AND HUNGARY 



Commission and Secretariat 

Edwin B. Parker 

Ephraim P. Bowyer 

American Agency 

Robert W. Bonynge 

John J. Edwards 

Jackson C. Lusby... 

Austrian Agency 

Ernst Prosinagg 

Hungarian Agency 

Alexius de Boer 



Commissioner i Tex 

Secretary of commission S. Dak. 



Agent 

Counsel and assistant to the agent. 
Chief clerk and disbursing officer.. 



Agent. 



Agent. 



N. Y.. 
Tenn. 
Md..- 



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



17th.. 
2d.... 
6th... 



0.2) 



(0 
(0 
(2) 



(') 
(0 



1 Compensation paid in part by the Governments of the United States, Germany, Austria, and Hungary. 
3 See also Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, above. 
3 Compensation paid by Austrian Government. 
< Compensation paid by Hungarian Government. 



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113 



INTER AMERICAN HIGH COMMISSION— UNITED STATES 

SECTION 



NAME 


OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Andrew W. Mellon 


Honorary chairman (Secretary of the Treas- 
ury). 
Chairman (Secretary of Commerce) 


Pa 






Herbert Hoover 


Calif... 






Wesley L. Jones 


Vice chairman (chairman of tlie Committee 
on Commerce of the United States Senate). 

Member (secretary of the National Foreign 
Trade Council). 

Member (member of the Senior Council of 
the Chamber of Commerce of the United 
States). 

Member (treasurer of the National Confer- 
ence of Commissioners on Uniform State 
Laws). 

Member (member of the Federal Reserve 
Board). 

Member (president of the American Manu- 
facturers' Export Association). 

Member (president Chamber of Commerce 
of the United States). 

Honorary member (Director General of the 
Pan American Union). 

Secretary (director of the Bureau of Foreign 
and Domestic Commerce, Department of 
Commerce). 

Assistant secretary 


Wash 




(') 
(') 
(') 

(') 

0) 


0. K. Davis 


N. Y 




John H. Fahey 


Mass 




William 0. Hart 


La. - 




A. C. MiUer ^ 


Calif... 




W. W. Nichols 


N Y 




(') 
(■) 
(') 
0) 

$3, 000 
2,700 


Lewis E. Pierson 


N Y 




L. S. Rowe 


Pa 




Julius Klein 


Calif 




J. Homer Butler 






Harriet M. Sweet. 


Administrative assistant 

















' Serves on the commission without compensation. 

INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION 



United States Section 



Clarence D. Claris. 
Fred T. Dubois.... 
P. J. McCumber... 
William H. Smith. 



Canadian Section 



Charles A.. Magrath 

Henry A. Powell, K. C 

Sir William Hearst, K. C. M. G. 
Lawrence J. Burpee 



Commissioner, 
Commissioner. 
Commissioner 
Secretary 



Commissioner. 
Commissioner. 
Commissioner. 
Secretary 



Wyo... 
Idaho. - 
N. Dak. 
D.C... 



$7, 500 
7,500 
7,500 
4,000 



' Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION— UNITED 
STATES, ALASKA, AND CANADA 



United States Section 
E. Lester Jones 


Commissioner (Director of the Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, Department of Com- 
merce). 

Engineer to commission ...... 


Va 




(0 
$5, 800 


James H. Van Wagenen... 


Iowa... 
Wash.. 
Va 


8th.... 
3d..... 
8th.... 


R. N. Ashmun . . . 


M athematician 


4 400 


Robert B. Martin 


Chief clerk and special disbursing officer 

Commissioner (Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, Canada). 


2,900 

(2) 


Canadian Section 
J. D. Craig 


John A. Pounder 






(2) 











1 Receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

2 Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 



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INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION- 
UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 



American Section 

L. M. Lawson 

Randolph E. Fishburn... 
Clark W. Creps... 

(Vacancy) 

Mexican Section 

Gustavo P. Serrano 

Armando Santacruz, jr... 

Jose Hernandez Ojeda 

Joaquin C. Bustamente.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



Commissioner, El Paso, Tex 

Consulting engineer, El Paso, Tex. 

Secretary and special disbursing oflBcer, El 

Paso, Tex. 
Assistant engineer, El Paso, Tex 



Commissioner, Sonora 

Consulting engineer, Mexico, D. F. 

Secretary, Guanajuato 

First engineer 



State 



Calif... 

Ariz 

Tex 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th.... 



16th.. 
AtL. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,000 
4,800 
4,000 

3,000 



' Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 

CLAIMS COMMISSIONS— UNITED STATES AND MEXICp 



General Claims Commission 

C. vanVollenhoven • 

Fred K. Nielsen 

G. Fernandez MacGregor 

Benedict M. English 

Jose Romero 

Clement L. Bouve 

Marshall Morgan 

John J. McDonald 

Bartolome Carbajal y Rosas... 

E. Martinez Sobral 

Special Claims Commission 

(Vacancy) 

Ernest B. Perry 

F. Gonzales Roa 

Noble Warrum 

J. Aspe Suinaga 

Clement L. Bouve 

Marshall Morgan 

John J. McDonald 

Lie. Aquiles Elorduy 



President of Commission 

American Commissioner ! Nebr.. 

Mexican Commissioner ' 

American secretary ! Nebr.. 

Mexican secretary 

American agent j Md... 

Assistant American agent | Tenn. 

Assistant American agent j N. H.. 

Mexican agent 

Assistant Mexican agent ' 



President of Commission.. 
American Commissioner.. 

Mexican Commissioner 

American secretary 

Me.xican secretary 

American agent 

Assistant American agent. 
Assistant American agent. 
Mexican agent - 



Nebr. 



Utah. 



Md... 
Tenn. 
N. H. 



$12,000 

0) 

3,500 

(0 
« 12,000 

7,500 

7,500 

(') 



(2) 

12,000 
« 
3,500 

12,000 
7,500 
7,500 
(?) 



1 Resigned; effective August 30, 1927. 

2 Compensation paid in equal moiety by the two Governments. 

3 Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 

* Acts as American agent of both the General and Special Claims Commissions. 

UNITED STATES BUREAU OF EFFICIENCY 



Herbert D. Brown 

William H. McReynolds 

Malcolm Kerlin__ 

Herbert H. Rapp 

Victor G. Croissant 

Thomas F. Murphy 

Donald P. Evans 

George C. Havenner 

William p;. Mickey 

Russell R. Reagh , 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Chief investigator, organization and methods. 

Chief investigator, accounting 

Chief investigator, administrative audit 

Chief investigator, duplication of work 

Chief investigator, efficiency ratings 

Chief investigator, statistics — 

Chief investigator, labor-saving devices 

Actuary ■ 



111 

Mich- 
N. J... 
N. Y.. 
Wash. 
Mass.. 
N.J... 
D. C. 
Pa.... 



10th.. 
3d.... 
2d...- 
5th_.. 
At L. 
14th.. 
9th... 



19th... 



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



Official Register of the United States, 192] 



115 



UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 



Offices of the Commission 

William C. Ci.ii;ing 

George R. Wales 

Jessie Dell 

Howard A. Edson 

John T. Dovle 

Guy Moffett 

Kenneth C. Vi^'ond 

Isrnar Baruch .._ 

Arthur R. Butler 

William C. Hull 

Carson C. Hathaway 

Elizabeth Downing 

Elizabeth J. Raymond 

Rxamining Division 

James G. Yaden 

Luther C. Dodd 

Laura L. Tracy 

Maurice J. McAulifie 

Frederick W. Brown 



Appointment Division 

Thtinas P. Chayman 

C; Ivin \V. Bartlett 

Vivian Carlsun 

Bertram A. Brande 

Davii, S. Davison 

Matthew F. Halloran 

Application Division 

■Thomas A. Grillin 

James B. Baugh, jr 

Herbert E. Morgan. 

Anna !•;. Black 

Division of Investigation and 
Review 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Commissioner, president. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Chief examiner 

Secretary 

Member, Personnel Classification Board... 
Assistant chief examiner and budget oflScer 

Assistant to chief examiner 

Medical i, nicer.- 

Executive assistant to the commissioners... 

Personnel otlicer 

Disbursing agent 

Assistant disbursing agent.. 



Legal residence 



State ^°°8- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Chief, examining division Ky 

.\ssistant chief, examining division Va 

Assistant chief, examining division N. Y... 

Consulting examiner I Minn.. 

Consulting examiner. Md 



Wyo... 

Vt 

Ga 

Vt 

N. Y... 
N. C... 
N. Y... 
Conn.- 
Oreg... 

Va 

Mo 

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



Henry A. Hesse _. 

Benjamin W. Kumler. 



Oftice of Accounts and 
Purcliases 



Henry G. Prrter... 
Ray L. Woodward. 



Field Force 

Lewis H. Fisher 



Ernest L. Reynolds... 

Henry C. Coles 

Stewart Wilson 

Lawson A. Moyer 

Irwin L. Earliart 

James V. Swanson 

Joseph M. .-^iupemaker. 
Ballard H. Ck^mmons. 

E. H. Jennint-'s... 

Charles W. Paine 

Charles L. Snyder 

John.G. Teicher 



Chief, appointment division 

Assistant chief, appointment division 

Assistant chief, appointment division 

Chief, certifieation section... 

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 cliief, division of investigation and 
review. 



Chief, office accounts and purchases 

Assistant chief, office accounts and purchases. 



Superintendent field force and secretary 4th 
civil service district. 

Secretary, 1st dist., Boston, Mass 

Secretary, 2d dist., New York City 

Secretary, 3d dist., Philadelphia, Pa 

Secretary, 5th dist., .\tlanta, Ga 

Secretary, 6th dist., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Secretary, 7th dist., Chicago, 111 

Secretary, 8th dist., St. Paul, Minn.. 

Secretary, 9th dist., St. Louis, Mo 

Secretary, 10th dist., New Orleans, La 

Secretary, 11th dist., Seattle, Wash 

Secretary, 12th dist., San Francisco, Calif 

Secretary, 13th dist., Denver, Colo 



Tex 

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

La 

W. Va. 
Md.... 



Va... 
Tenn. 
Pa... 
Ohio. 



Pa 

S. Dak. 



Va. 
Va. 



At L. 

l.st... 
1st... 
1st... 
6th... 
9th... 
6th... 
2d.... 
1st... 
8th... 
4th... 



7th.. 



nth. 
8th.. 
40th. 
4th.- 
6th. _ 



4th.. 
34th. 
43d.. 
7th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 



1st.. 
9th.. 
33d.. 
nth. 



29th.,. 
1st 



N. J.... 

Mass... 

Va 

Pa 

Ga 

Ohio... 

Ill 

Minn.. 

Mo 

La 

Wash . 
Calif... 
Colo... 



, 8th.. 
8th.. 



ith.. 

7th. _ 
5th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
lst-_ 
10th. 
4th-. 
10th- 
2d... 
1st.. 
6th.. 
1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
6,000 
4,200 
5,200 
4,200 
3,800 
3,800 
2,700 
3,000 
2,900 
2,400 



4,200 
.3,100 
3,100 
3,800 
3,800 



4,000 
3,100 
2,700 
2,700 
2,200 
2,900 



4,000 
3,100 
3,600 
2,300 



4,000 
3,100 



3,100 
2,200 



4,000 

3,700 
4,800 
4,000 
4,000 
3,700 
3,700 
3,400 
3,700 
3,700 
3,400 
4,000 
3,400 



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PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION BOARD 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Carlos C. Van Leer 


Chairman (alternate for Director of the 
Bureau of the Budget) . 

Member (alternate for a Civil Service Com- 
missioner). 

Member (alternate for Chief, Bureau of 
EfHciency). 

Secretary to the board (detailed to board 
from Bureau of Efficiency). 


Tenn.. 
N. C... 
Mich.. 
D. C... 


6th.... 
9th.... 
3d 


(') 


Guy Moflett- 


(') 


William H. McReynolds 

Paul N. Peck 


(') 

(') 











' Compensation paid by bureau or commission making detail . 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 



Office of the Comptroller 
General 

J. R. McCarl 

Lurtin R. Ginn 

R. L. Golze... 

J. L. Baity 

M. E. Rhodes : 

(Vacancy) 

John K. Willis 

Earl Taggart 

Carl Collier 

Chiefs of Divisions 

F. H. Bogardus 

S. B. Tulloss 

D. Neumann 

C. T. M. Cutcheon 

Reed F. Martin 



Comptroller General 

Assistant comptroller general. 

Solicitor 

Executive officer 

Counsel 

Chief of investigations 

Chief clerk 

Chief, division of personnel... 
Disbursing clerk 



Chief, bookkeeping division 

Chief, claims division 

Chief, audit division 

Chief, Post Office Department division. 
Chief, records division 



Nebr 




Ind..... 


9th.... 


Pa 


6th.... 


Mo 


1st 


Mo 


13th... 


Pa 


20th... 


Kans... 


3rd.... 


Ohio... 


8th.... 


Ohio... 


8th..-- 


Va 


8th.... 


N. Y... 


3rd.... 


Mich... 


9th.... 


W.Va.. 


2d 



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



3,600 
4,800 
3,400 



3,900 
5,400 
5,200 
4,400 
3,000 



UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION 
COMMISSION 



Bessie Parker Brueggeman 

Charles H. Verrill 

Harry Bassett 

Walter W. Warrick 

E. V. Parker 

EdvFard C. Ernst 

Samuel D. Slentz 

Augustus P. Norton 

Robert J. Hoage 

Margaret D. Brightwell. 



Commissioner, chairman.. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Chief counsel 

Secretary 

Medical director 

A ttorney 

Chief claim examiner 

Chief statistician 

Chief of assembly division 



Mo 


12th... 


Md.... 


6th.-. 


Ind 


7th.... 


Ohio... 


1st 


N.Y... 


28th.,. 


Calif... 


9th.... 


Wash.. 


2d 


Me 


3d 


Wash.. 


3d 


D C 









$7,000 
6,500 
6,500 
7,000 
3,400 
(') 

4,000 
3,000 
3,500 
2,400 



1 Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, detailed to commission. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 



FEDERAL COORDINATING AGENCIES 



117 





OFFICIAL TITLE .\ND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Office of the Chief Coordinator 










Brig. Gen. Henry C. Smither, 


Chief Coordinator . 






(') 


U. S. Array. 








Coordinating Boards 










Permanent Conference on 
Printing 










Oeorge H. Carter 


Chairman (Public Printer).. 






(1) 


Frank D. Smith 


Se-cretary (Department of Agriculture) 






0) 


Federal Real Estate Board 








James A. Wetmore 


Chairman (Treasury Department) 






(') 


Lieut. Col. D. P. Quintan, U. S. 


Vice Chairman (Office of Chief Coordinator). 






(') 


Army. 








Coordinator for Purchase 










James A. Egleston 


Coordinator for purchase (The Fleet Cor- 
poration) . 






(1) 


Federal Purchasing Board 








Capt. D. B. Wainwright, U. S. 


Chairman (Office of Chief Coordinator). 






(') 


Navy. 










Federal Liquidation Board 










John D. Cutter '. 


Executive chairman (U.S. Veterans' Bu- 
reau). 






(') 


Coordinator for Motor Tram- 
port, District of Columbia 








Lieut. CoL U. S. Grant, 3d, 


Coordinator for motor transport. District of 
Columbia. 






(') 


U. S. Army. 








Federal Traffic Board 










Capt. R. W. Schumann, U. S. 


Coordinator for traffic and chairman 






(') 


Navy. 
Lieut. I.W.Gorton, U. S. Navy. 


Secretary 






(0 


Federal Specifications Board 










George K. Burgess 


Chairman (Department of Commerce, Bu- 
reau of Standards). 

Vice chairman and technical secretary (Bu- 
reau of Standards). 






(') 


N. F. Harriman 






(■) 


Interdepartmental Board of Con- 
tracts and Adjustments 








Gordon A. Ramsay 


Chairman (Bureau of the Budget) 






(1) 


Ernest W. Gushing 


Assistant to chairman (Bureau of the Budget). 






(') 


Interdepartmental Board onSim- 
plified Office Procedure 










Maj. A. H. Erck, U. S. Army.. 


Executive chairman (Office of Chief Co- 
ordinator). 






(') 


Interdepartmental Patents 
Board 








Andrew Stewart.. 


Chairman (Department of Commerce) 






(') 


Lt. Col. J. I. McMullen, U. S. 


Secretary (War Department) 




(') 


Army. 






General Supply Committee 






Francis E. Melov 


Chairman (Department of Agriculture) 


(') 


Maitland S. Wright 


V^ice chairman (Department of State) 


0) 


Robert Le Fevre 


Secretary (Treasury Department, superin- 
tendent of supplies. General Supply Com- 
mittee). 


1 


(') 











» Pay of rank or ofiBce; no additional compensation is received for service on these agencies. 



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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was appointed by the President, pursuant to act of 
Congress approved March 3, 1915 (naval appropriations act, Sixty-third Congress). Its membership con- 
sists of two officers of the Army, two officers of the Navy, a representative each of the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, the Weather Bureau, and the Bureau of Standards, with five additional persons acquainted with 
the needs of aeronautical science, or skilled in aeronautical engineering or its allied sciences. All the mem- 
bers, as such, 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 subcommitiees have been established 
whose duties are to aid in determining the problems in their respective branches of the aeronautical field 
to be scientifically attacked, and to endeavor to coordinate the research and experimental work involved 
in the study of the problems agreed upon. These subcommittees are composed in part of specially ap- 
pointed representatives of the Army and Navy Air Services. The committee directly conducts research 
and experiments in aeronautics at the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, at Langley Field, 
Va. The entire committee meets twice a year, in October and April, the executive committee holds regular 
monhtly meetings and special meetings as necessary. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Joseph S. Ames, Ph. D 

David W Taylor, D. Eng 


Chairman; Provost Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md. 
Vice chairman . 


Md.-- 

Va 

Calif... 
Calif... 

Ohio... 


2d 

8th... 

3d 

8th.... 


(•) 
(') 


George K. Burgess, Sc. D 

William F. Durand, Ph. D 

Brig. Gen. William E. Gillmore 

U. S. Army. 
Capt. Emory S. Land, U. S. 

Navy. 
Charles F. Marvin, M. E 

Rear Admiral William A. 

Moffett, U. S. Navy. 
Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick, 

U. S. Army. 
S. W. Stratton, Sc. D 


Member; Director Bureau of Standards 

Member; professor emeritus of mechanical 
engineering, Stanford University, Cahf. 

Member; chief materiel division. Air Corps, 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Member; assistant chief. Bureau of Aeronau- 
tics. 

Member; Chief, United States Weather Bu- 
reau. 

Member; Chief, Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy 
Department. 

Member; Chief of Air Corps, War Depart- 
ment. 

Member; President Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, Cambridge Mass. 


(') 
(') 

(') 


Wyo .. 




(1) 


Ohio... 
S. C... 
W. Va. 
Mass... 
Ohio— 


12th... 

1st 

6th.— 
8th.— 
3d 


(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 


Orville Wright, B. S . . 


(') 




Member; Smithsonian Institution 






Director of aeronautical research 


Md_... 
D. C— 


6th.... 


$7, 500 






5,800 




Chief clerk 


Md.... 

Conn.. 
N. Y... 


6th.... 
2d 


3,500 


In charge of Field Stations 
Henry J. E. Reid 


Engineer in charge, Langley Memorial Aero- 
nautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va. 
Technical assistant in Europe, Paris, France. 


5,200 




6,000 











1 Members of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics serve without compensation. 

THE AERONAUTICAL BOARD 

The Aeronautical Board is established by agreement of the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the 
Navy to investigate, study, 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. 



Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick... 
Brig. Gen. James E. Fechet 

Maj. G. V. Strong 

Rear Admiral WUliam A. 

Moffett. 
Commander Newton H. White, 

jr. 
Capt. R. M. Griswold 

Jarvis Butler 



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 



Chief of Planning Division, Bureau of Aero- 
nautics. 

Member of War Plans Division, Naval Oper- 
ations. 

Secretary 



S. Dak. 



(') 

W 

a $3, 300 



• Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of The Aeronautical Board. 
2 Detailed from Navy Department; receives no additional compensation as secretary of The .\eronautical 
Board. 



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119 



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 . 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State ^°°e. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Maj. Gen. Charles P. Sum- 

merall. 

Brig. Gen. Briant H. Wells 

Col. Stanley D. Embiek 

Admiral Edward W. Eberle 

Rear Admiral Thomas J. Senn. 
Bear Admiral Frank H. Scho- 

field. 
Jarvis Butler 



Chief of staff. 



Deputy chief of staff 

Assistant chief of staff, war plans division 

Chief of naval operations. 

Assistant chief of naval operations 

Director, war plans division, OfQce of Naval 

Operations. 
Secretary 



S. Dak. 



(') 

(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(0 

I $3, 300 



' Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of The Joint Board. 

' Detailed from Navy Department; receives no additional compensation as secretary of The Joint Board. 

UNITED STATES COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE 

The Coucil of National Defense, composed of members of the Cabinet, was charged by the act of August 
29, 1916, 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 on Public Information, are now under 
the jurisdiction of the .\ssistant Secretary of War, who is charged by law (act of June 4, 1920) with the 
"assurance of adequate provision for the mobilization of matferiel and industrial organizations essential to 
war-time needs." 



Dwight F. Davis 

Curtis D. Wilbur 

Hubert Work 

William M. Jardine 

Herbert Hoover 

James J. Davis 

Lieut. Col. J. D. Fife, U. 
Army. 



S. 



Secretary of War, chairman. 

Secretary of the Navy 

Secretary of the Interior 

Secretary of Agriculture 

Secretary of Commerce 

Secretary of Labor.. 

Custodian of records 



(') 



1 Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation as custodian of records. 

NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS 



Headquarters Office 

National Military Home, 
Dayton, Ohio 

George H. Wood ] President, board of managers... 

C. W. Wadsworth General treasurer 

B. F. Hayden Chief surgeon... 

B. K. Cash I Inspector general 

F. W. Franke ] Assistant general treasurer 

Roy B. Shook ! Superintendent, General Depot, Dayton, 

Ohio. 
Branch Homes < 



Fred C. Runkle 

Charles M. Pearsall. 



Keith Ryan 

L A. Thompson... 
Charles L. Martin. 



John A. Hadley 

William MacLake. 



O. K. Marshall.... 
David Townsend. 



J. A. Barker. 



Governor, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio 

Governor, Northwestern Branch, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Governor, Eastern Branch, Togus, Me 

Governor, Southern Branch, Hampton, Va.- 

Governor, Western Branch, Leavenworth, 
Kans. 

Governor, Pacific Branch, Los .Vngeles, Calif. 

Medical director and superintendent, Marion 
Branch, Marion, Ind. 

Governor, Danville Branch, Danville, 111 

Medical director and superintendent. Moun- 
tain Branch, Johnson City, Tenn. 

Governor and surgeon. Battle Mountain 
Sanitarium, Hot Springs, S. Dak. 



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



Ohio... 
Wis.... 



Me... 

Va.... 
Kans. 



Calif... 
Ind-... 



m...., 

Tenn. 



S.Dak. 



10th. 
nth. 



18th. 
1st.. 



3d. 



$4, 000 
5,000 
4,500 
3,500 
3,500 
2,400 



4,200 
4,200 

3,600 
3,600 
3,600 

4,200 
6,000 

3,600 
6,000 

3,600 



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UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME 

The United States Soldiers' Home is for the use of old, invalid, and disabled soldiers of the Regular Army. 
Itlis maintained entirely from funds derived from pay of Regular Army soldiers. 





OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Maj. Gen. Henry P. McCain 


Governor 






(') 


(retired) . 
Maj. P. W. West (retired) 


rveputy governor 






0) 


Col. W. C. Babcock (retired). 


Secretary-treasurer 






(») 


Col. H. P. Birmingham (re- 


Chief surgeon 






(') 


tired) . 
Col. D . S . Stanley (retired) 


Quartermaster and purchasing officer 






(') 













» Pay of rank. 



FEDERAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD 



Frank B. Kellogg 


Secretarv of State, member 








Andrew W. Mellon 


Secretary of the Treasury, member 








Herbert Hoover .. . 


Secretarv of Commerce, member 








John K. Caldwell 


State Department representative, advisory 
committee. 

Treasury Department, representative, ad- 
visory committee, and secretary of the 
board. 

Commerce Department representative, ad- 
visory committee. 

Assistant secretary of the board (detailed from 
Treasury Department) . 


Ky 

m 

Ga ... 


22d.-. 

18th... 


(') 


Levi G. Nutt 


(') 


Charles C. Concannon 


(') 


Manford R. Livingston 


Ind.... 


4th.... 


(') 



1 No separate compensation provided; compensation received in respective departments named. 

NATIONAL SCREW THREAD COMMISSION 



George K. Burgess 

Lieut. Col. E. C. Peck, U. S. 

Army. 
Col. John 0. Johnson, U. S. 

Army. 
Commander Harry B. Hird, 

U. S. Navy. 
Commander T. C. Kinkaid, 

U. S. Navy. 
Frank O. Wells 



Luther D . Burlingame. 

Earle Buckingham 

George S. Case 

H. W.Bearce 



Chairman (Director of the Bureau of Stand- 
ards) . 
Representing the War Department 



Representing the War Department.. 
Representing the Navy Department. 
Representing the Navy Department. 



Representing the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Representing the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Representing the Society of Automotive En- 
gineers. 

Representing the Society of Automotive En- 
gineers. 

Secretary (senior scientist. Bureau of Stand- 
ards). 



Calif... 


3d 


Ohio... 


20th... 


Conn.- 


3d..-. 


S. Dak. 


3d 


Mass... 


1st.... 


R. L... 


3d 


Conn.. 


1st.... 


Ohio... 


20th... 


Me 


2d.... 



* Receives no compensation as a member of the National Screw Thread Commission. 
' Serves without compensation 

COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS 



Charles Moore 

James L. Qreenleaf 

H. Siddons Mowbray... 
WUIiam Adams Delano. 

Lorado Taft 

Abram Garfield.. 

Benjamin W. Morris 

H. P. Caemmerer 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman.. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner.. 

Secretary and exacutive officer. 



Mich._ 




N. Y... 




Conn. 




N. Y... 




Ill .. 




Ohio... 




N. Y... 




Wis.. . 









* Serve without compensation; the members are reimbursed for their traveling expenses. 



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121 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC PARKS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 
dist. 


tion 


Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, U. 








(') 


S. Army. 
Maj. Carey H. Brown, U. S. 

Army. 
Capt. Harris Jones, U. S. Army. 








(') 








(') 


Special assistant . . 


N. Y... 

Iowa... 
D.C... 


22d.... 
2d 


$3, 100 


Bert C. Gardner 




3,700 




Chief, buildings maintenance division 

Assistant, Arlington Memorial Bridge Com- 
mission; also chief, design and construction 
division. 
Chief, horticultural division 


5,200 


Maj. J. C. Mehaffey, U. S. 

Army. 


D.C... 




(') 
3,100 


Frank T. Gartside 


Chief, park maintenance division . - 


Md.... 


4th.... 


3,800 


Capt. M. H. Parsons, U. S. 

Armj'. 
James F. Gill 




(') 


Chief, transportation and supply division 


N.J...- 


10th... 


3,300 







1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for this service. 

ROCK CREEK AND POTOMAC PARKWAY COMMISSION 



Andrew W. Mellon 

Dwight F. Davis 

William M. Jardine 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 

U. S. Army. 
George E. Clark 



Secretary of the Treasury 

Secretary of War 

Secretary of Agriculture.. 

E.xecutive and disbursing officer. 

Civil engineer 



Va. 



(') 
$3,800 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for this service. 

JOHN ERICSSON MEMORIAL COMMISSION 



Simeon D. Fess. 



Robert Luce 

Curtis D. Wilbur 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 
U. S. Army. 



Chairman Senate Committee on the Library, 

chairman. 
Chairman House Committee on the Library.. 

Secretary of the Navy. 

Executive and disbursing officer 



(') 



• Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

MEADE MEMORIAL COMMISSION 



Dwight F. Davis 

Simeon D. Fess 

Robert Luce... 

John S. Fisher 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 
U. S. Army. 



Secretary of War, chairman 

Chairman Senate Committee on the Library. 
Chairman House Committee on the Library. 

Governor of Pennsylvania 

E.xecutive officer 



1 Serves without compensation. 

' Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

ARLINGTON MEMORIAL BRIDGE COMMISSION 



Calvin Coolidge 

Charles O. Dawes __. 
Nicholas Longworth. 
Uenry W. Keyes 



Richard N. Efiiott- 



Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 

U. S. Army. 
Maj. J. C. Mehaffey, U. S. 

Army. 
John L. Nagle 



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 House Committee on Public 

Buildings and Grounds. 
Executive and disbursing officer 



Assistant ..- 

Designing engineer. 



111. 



3d. 



(1) 
(>) 
$5, 000 



I Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 
54075—27 9 



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NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION 



Maj. Gen. Edgar Jadwin 

Col. William B. Ladue, U. S. 

Army. 
Stephen T. Mather... 



William B. Greeley... 

Arthur Capper 

Frederick N. Zihlman. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Frederick Law Olmsted 

Frederic A. Delano. 

J. C. Nichols 

Milton B. Medary, jr 

Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, 
U. S. Army. 



Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army 

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. 

Brookl ine, Mass 

Washington, D. C .._ 

Kansas City, Mo 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Director, public buildings and public parks 
of National Capital, executive and disburs- 
ing officer. 



Legal residence 



o. (. Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



0) 
(') 

0) 

0) 

(') 

(') 

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



1 Pay of rank or position; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

2 Serves without compensation. 

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. 

Rear Admiral Harry H. Rous- 
seau (CEC), U. S. Navy. 



Commissioner. 
Commissioner. 



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

UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Frank Bond 

Will C. Barnes - 



James McCormick. 



Chairman Wyo. 

Chairman executive committee. Forest Serv- 

ice, Department of Agriculture. 
Secretary, Geological Survey, Department 

of the Interior. 



$3, 600 
(0 

(') 



■ The chairman is the only official whose salary is paid from this board's appropriation. The member- 
ship is made up of representatives from various branches of the Government service. 

BOARD OF SURVEYS AND MAPS OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 



C. H. Birdseye 

Theodore W. Norcross 
J. H. Wheat 



Chairman, Geological Survey, Department 

of tile Interior. 
Vice chairman. Forest Service, Department 

of Agriculture. 
Secretary, Geological Survey, Department 

of the Interior. 



1 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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123 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

Thp Sii ithsonian Institution was created by act of Congress in 1846, under the terrns of the will of James 
Siiiithson. an Englishman, who in IS'Jfi bcciueathed his fortune to the United States to found, at VV.ishing- 
ton, under the name of the "Smithsoniu] Institution," an cstablishmenl for the "increase and diffusion 
of knowledge among men." The Smilhson fund has been increased by other bequests and gifts. The 
institution is legally an establishment ha\ ing as its iiend)ers the President of the United States, the Vice 
President, the Chief Justice, and the President's Cabinet. It is governed by a boj.rd of regents consisting 
of the Vice President, the (^hief Justice, three .Meudiers of the United States Senate, three .Men bers of 
the House of Representatives, and si.\ citizens of the United States appointed by joint resolution of Con- 
gress, all of whom serve without con;pensation. The Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is its executive 
officer and the director of its activities. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Office of the Secretary 

Charles G. Abbot 

."Vle.xander W^tmore 

H. VV. Dorsey 

NT. W. Dorsev 

Webster P. True 

WilUam Lee Corbin 

James G. Traylor 



Acting secretary 

.Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk 

Accountant and disbursing agent. 

Editor 

Librarian 

Appointment clerk 



Legal residence 



State ^°"^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Mass... 
K;ans... 



8th _ 
2d.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(0 
2 %1, 500 

(') 
3 3, 900 

(>) 

(') 
* 2, 400 



GOVERNMENT BUREAUS UNDER DIRECTION OF SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 



U. S. National Museum 

Alexander Wetmore 

William de C. Ravenel 

Leonhard Stejneger 

George P. Merrill 

Walter Hough 

Bureau of American Ethnology 

J. Walter Fewkes 

International Exchanges 

Charles O. Abbot __.. 

National Zoological Park 

William M. Mann 

A. a. Baker 

Astrophysical Observatory 

Charles G. Abbot 

A. F. Moore 

Hugh B. Freeman 

International Catalogue of 
Scientific Literature 

L. C. Gunnell.. 

National Gallery of Art 

William H. Holmes 



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. 

Assistant secretary in charge 

Director 

Assistan t director 

Assistant secretary (director) 

Director, observing station (Table Mountain 
Calif.) 

Director, observing station (Mount Monte- 
zuma, Chile). 



Assistant in charge. 



Director. 



Kans... 
S. C... 


2d 

7th.... 


D. C.__ 




Me 

W. Va_ 


2d 

2d 


Mass... 


9th.._. 


Mass... 


Sth!... 


Mont.. 
Kans... 


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


Mass... 
Calif... 


8th.... 
10th... 


Calif... 


10th... 


D. C- 




111 


2d 



2 $7, 500 
5,400 

5,400 
5,400 
5,400 



5,400 
0) 



5, 200 
4,000 



(1) 
3,100 



3,100 



3,100 



5,400 



1 Paid from Smithsonian fund. 

» Paid from special appropriation. Also charged with supervision of the scientific activities of the Na- 
tional Zoological Park and the N'atioml Gallery of Art. 
3 Paid from National Museum and International Exchange appropriations and Freer Gallery. 
* Paid from National Museum appropriation. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Board of Commissioners 



Proctor L. Dougherty 

Sidney F. Taliaferro. 

Col. William B. Ladue, Corps 
of Engineers, U. S. Army. 



Executive OflBce 

Daniel E. Qarges 

Auditor's Office 

Daniel J. Donovan 

Estill E. Naylor^- 

Simon McKimmie 

Assessor's Office 

William P. Richards... 

Ale.x. McKenzie 

Fred D. Allen 

Livingston S. Johnson 

Charles H. Russell 

Frank A. Qunther 

John T. BardrolT 

Augustus Willige 

Daniel H. Edwards... 

Mary C. Fitzgerald 

Collector's Office 

C. M. Towers 

W. D. Clark, jr 

Purchasing Office 

Marion C. Hargrove 

John W. Wimer 

License Bureau 

Wade H. Coombs 

Edward E. Bailey 

Office of Corporation Counsel 

William W. Bride 

Ringgold Hart 

Francis H. Stephens 

Robert L. Williams 

William H. Wahly 

Edward W. Thomas 

Alexander H. Bell, jr 

Walter L. Fowler 

Richmond B. Keech 

Elwood H. Seal 

Thomas F. Cameron 

Adam A. Giebel.. 

Weights, Measures, and 
Marliets 



George M. Roberts. 
W. C. Diller 



Insurance Department 



Thomas M. Baldwin, jr_ 
Frank B. Bryan, jr 



Office of Veterinary 

Frederick W. Grenfell 

I Pay of rank plus so much as 



Commissioner, president of board 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 



Secretary to board 

Auditor... 

Assistant auditor and chief clerk 

Assistant auditor 

Assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

.Assistant assessor 

Assistant assessor 

Collector of taxes 

Deputy collector of taxes 

Purchasing officer 

Deputy purchasing officer 

Superintendent of licenses 

Chief clerk 

Corporation counsel 

Principal assistant corporation counsel 

Assistant corporation counsel 

Assistant corporation counsel 

Assistant corporation counsel 

Assistant corporation counsel. 

Assistant corporation counsel 

Assistant corporation counsel. 

Assistant corporation counsel... 

Assistant corporation counsel 

Assistant corporation counsel 

Chief clerk 



Superintendent 

Chief inspector... 

Superintendent 

Deputy superintendent an4 examiner.. 

Veterinary surgeon 

may be necessary to make salary $7,500 



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. 



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



6th.... 



6th -_ 



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125 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 

State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Coroner's Office 



J. R. Nevitt, M. D. 
J. D. Rogers, M. D. 



Coroner. 

Deputy coroner. 



Office of Director of Traffic 



William H. llarland. 
Maurice O. Eldridge. 
Alfred G. Seller 



Director 

Assistant director 

Administrative assistant. 



Free Public Library 



George F. Bowerman. 

Clara \V. Herbert 

Helen L. Cavanaugh.. 
Ralph L. Thompson.. 

Louise P. Latimer 

Frances S. Osborne. .. 
Rebecca P. Warner. . . 



Chief libi-arian 

Assistant librarian 

Chief clerk and assistant to librarian. 

Librarian, Mount Pleasant branch library.. 
Director, work with children 

Librarian, Southeastern branch library. 



Public Utilities Commission 



John W. Childress Chairman 

Harrison Brand, jr Vice chairman 

Co!. William B. Ladue j Commissioner 

R. B. Fleharty I People's counsel 

J. L. Martin Assistant to people's counseL 

E. V. Fisher E.xecutive secretary 

B. M. Bachman I Accountant 

R. G. Klotz , Engineer 

E.J. Milligan ' Chief clerk 



Engineer Department 

Record Division 
Roland M. Brennan Chief clerk 



Building Inspection Dirision 



John W. Oehmann. 
John Ritchie, jr 



Inspector of buildings. 
Chief clerk 



Plumbing Inspection Division 



Alfred R. McGonegaL 
John A. Kane 



Municipal Architect's Office 



Albert L. Harris. 
Henry Storey 



Surface Dirision 



Conway B. Hunt... 

John W. Dare 

David E. McComb. 



Surveyor's Office 



Melvin C. Hazen. 
William L Boyd.. 
Edward A. Dent.. 



Inspector of plumbing. 
Chief clerk 



Municipal architect 

Superintendent of repairs. 



Engineer of highways. 

Assistant engineer 

Engineer of bridges 



Surveyor 

Assistant surveyor. 
Assistant engineer.. 



Sewer Ditinion 

lohn Blake Gordon 

Electrical Department 



Warren B. Hadley. 
Walter E. Kern 



Sanitary engineer. 



j Electrical engineer _. 

I Assistant electrical engineer... 

1 No additional compensation for service on this commission. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 

Md.. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C_ 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
Librarian, Takoma Park branch library D. C. 



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

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



D.C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D.C. 
D.C. 



D.C. 
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D. C. 



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



D.C. 



D.C. 
D. C. 



5th... 



5th..., 



$3, 200 
1,860 



5, 400 
4,400 
3,300 



•SSOO 
3, 500 
2,400 
3,000 
3,000 
2,400 
2,000 



7,500 

7,500 

(') 

7,500 

2,400 

4,400 

3,800 

3,000 

2,100 



3,600 



5,200 
2,400 



2,700 
1,560 



5,400 
2,700 



5,600 
4,200 
3,300 



4,400 
3,200 
3,200 



5,600 



4,400 
3,400 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 




Engineer Department — Con. 
Trees and Parking Dirision 



Clifford Lanham. 
C. B. \Vallace._.- 



City Refuse Division 



Morris Hacker. 
T. L. Costigan. 



Water Department 



John S. Garland 

E. W. (irove.-- 

Douglas W. Holton. 

Paul Lauham _- 

Samuel Riggs 



Board of Education 

Charles F. Carusi __. 

Frank W. Ballou 

Stephen E. Kramer 

Garnet C. Wilkinson. 

Robert L. Haycock 

Eugene A. Clark 

Jessie La Salle.- 

Howard H. Long. 

Rose Lees Hardy 

Raymond O. Wilmarth... 

Harry English 

John k. Chamberlain 

Sybil Baker 

Harry (). Hine 

R. W. Holt 

Fay L. Bentley 

Hugh F. McQueeney 

Henry W. Draper 

Janet McWilliam 

Ephraim G. Kimball 

Seldon M. Ely 

Adelaide Davis.. 

Walter B. Patterson 

E. A. Hummer 

E. F. G. Merritt. 

Leon L. Perry 

John C. Bruce 



Playground Department 

Susie Root Rhodes... 



Metropolitan Police Depart- 
ment 

Edwin B. Hesse 

Charles A. Evans 

Henry O. Pratt 

Ernest W. Brown 

William H. Harrison 

Albert J. Headley 

William S. Shelby 

Louis J. St oil 

Thaddeus R. Bean. 

Charles H. Bremmerman 

Guy E. Burlingame 

Robert E. Doyle 

Walter Emerson 

Maurice Collins 

Charles P. M. Lord 

Charles T. Peck 

Caney L. Plemmons 

Martin Reilly 

William E. Sanford 

Ira Sheetz. 

William G. Stott .-. 

Frederick M. (^ornwell 

James E. Wilson 



Superintendent 

.Assistant superintendent. 



Supervisor city refuse 

Superintendent street cleaning. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D.C. 
D. C. 



Superintendent D. C. 

Water registrar ...j D. C. 

Engineer \ D. C. 

Chief, water surveys i D. C. 

Chief clerk D. C. 



President Board of Education 

Superintendent of schools 

First assistant superintendent 

First assistant superintendent 

Assistant superin tendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Assi stant superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

.Assistant superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Chief, board of examiners 

Supervisor of manual training 

General director community centers 

Secretary Board of Education 

Chief accountant... 

Director school attendance and work permits. 

Superintendent of janitors 

Supervising principal.- 

Super visin g principal 

Supervisin g principal 

Su per V isi n g pri n cipal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising pri ncipal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Su]]ervising principal 

Supervising principal 



D. 


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D. 


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C 


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Supervisor of playgrounds 1 D. C. 



Major and superintendent. 
Assistant superintendent... 
Assistant superin tendent.. - 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain. 

Captain. 

Captain 

Captai n 

Captain 

Captain 

(^aptain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 



D.C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D.C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
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D. O. 
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' $180 per annum deducted for house. 



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127 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Metropolitan Police Depart- 
ment — Continued 

James F. Beckett __. 

Frank S. W. Burke 

John B. Bowers 

Ogdeu T. Davis .- 

Lewis I. H. Edwards 

Hugh H. Groves 

McGill Grove 

Edward T. Harney 

William P. Hess 

William E. Holmes 

Gustave Lauten 

Benjamin A. Lamb 

Harry R. Lohman 

Sidney J. Marks 

James W. McCormack 

James D. McQuade... -- 

Joseph W. Pierson 

Michael L. Ready 

Jeremiah A. Sullivan 

Mina C. VanWinkle 

John M. Walsh , 



Fire Department 

George S. Watson 

Philip W, Nicholson 

JampsC. Keliher 

Edward R. Pierce 

John Carrington 

Peter R. Davis 

Thomas O'Connor 

Charles W. Gill 

Charles E. Sohrom 

Andrew C. Buscher. 

Andrew H. Wolter 

Hubert F. McConnelL.. 

JohnB. Watt 

Leonard V. Seib 

OttoE. Fearn 



Health Department 

William C. Fowler 

Edward J . Schwartz 

Arthur G. Cole.. 

Charles R. Holman 

Rcid R. Ashworth 

Aubrey V. Fuller 

Jesse P. Porch 

John E. Noble 

James O. Gumming 



Hugh J. Davis 

Joseph A. Murphy. 



Police Court 

Gus A. Schuldt 

John P. McMahon 

Isaac R. Hitt 

George H. Macdonald. 

Frank A. Sebring 

Estelle Foster 



Juvenile Court 

Kathryn Sellers 

Joseph W. Sanford 

Jeannette Ezekiels 



Municipal Court 

George C. Aukam 

Nathan Cayton 

Robert E. Mattingly 

James A. Cobb 

Mary O'Toole 

Blanche Neff 



Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant- 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant. 



Chief engineer 

Deputy chief engineer 

Deputy chief engineer 

Chief clerk _ 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Battalion chief engineer 

Fire marshal 

Superintendent of machinery. 



Health ofTicer 

.Assistant health officer .- 

Chief clerk and deputy health offlcer 

C hief sanitary inspector 

Chief food inspector 

Chemist 

Serologist _ 

Bacteri ologist 

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. 



Presiding judge 

Associate judge 

-Associate judge 

Associate judge 

Clerk of court 

Chief probation officer. 



Judge 

Clerk, director probation department. 
Chief probation officer 



Presiding judge. 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 

Clerk 



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. 



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. 



$2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 
2,700 



5,200 
3,500 
3,500 
3,300 
3,250 
3,250 
3,250 
3,250 
3, 250 
3,250 
3,250 
3,250 
3, 250 
3,250 
3,250 



6,000 
3,800 
2,800 
2,400 
3,000 
3,800 
3,000 
3,800 
3,800 

2,400 
4,200 



5,900 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
3,600 
2,100 



5,600 
3,300 
2,600 



'5,800 
5,200 
5,800 
5,400 
5,800 
2,700 



» $300 additional as presiding Judge. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Board of Public Welfare 



George S. Wilson.. 

Paul L. Kirby 

Mary Pratt Allen. 
Richard F. Tobin. 
(Vacancy) 



Director of public welfare 

Assistant director of public welfare . 

Administrative assistant 

Medical officer 

Chief, Division of Child Welfare 



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



Penal Institutions 



Morris M. Barnard. 

W.L. Peak 

Julian A. Schoen 



A. C. Tavcse 

Lottie R. Richardson 

George A. Sterling 

Hospitals, Homes, etc. 



General superintendent, Lorton, Va D. C. 

-A <:istant superintendent, jail D.C. 

A^ '«tant superintendent, workhouse, Occo- D. C. 

q n, Va. 
Assist int superintendent, reformatory, Lor- D. C_ 

ton, Va. 
Superintendent, National Training School D. C. 

for Girls. 
Superintendent, National Training School ( D. C 

for Boys. 



Joseph Winthrop Peabody 
Edwin W. Patterson 



Superintendent, Tuberculosis Hospital 

Superintendent, Gallinger Municipal Hos- 
pital. 

Kenneth B. Jones Superintendent, District Training School, 

Annapolis Junction, Md. 

Wendell P. Tucker Superintendent, Industrial Home School for 

Colored Children. 

Earl W. Cassie Superintendent, Industrial Home School 

William J. Fay Superintendent, Home for the Aged and 

Infirm. 

A. H. Tyson < Superintendent, Municipal Lodging House. 



T. A. Hudlow. 



Examining Boards 



John J. Miller 

F. A. Hornaday 

Charles D. Cole 

John R. Mohler 

Edgar P. Copeland. 
(Vacancy) 



G. C. Birdsall. 



Miss Bertha McAfee. 

M. A. Leese 

Augustus C. Taylor.. 
Edward W. Donn, jr. 
E. F. Vermillion 



Capt. H. C. Whitehurst, U. S. 

Army. 
Louis Conradis 



Recorder of Deeds 



Arthur O. Froe... 

Robert W. Dutton 

Jefferson S. Coage 

Catherine F. Downing. 



Register of Wills ' 



James Tanner 

Theodore Cogswell. 



Superintendent, Temporary Home for Union 
Ex-Soldiers and Sailors. 



President, Board of Accountancy 

Secretary, Anatomical Board 

President, Board of Dental Examiners 

President, Board of Veterinary Examiners... 

President, Board of Medical Examiners 

President, Board of Eclectic Medical Ex- 
aminers. 
President, Board of Homeopathic Medical 
Examiners. 

President, Nurses' Examining Board 

President, Board of Optometry 

President, Board of Pharmacy 

President, Board of Examiners of Architects- 
Secretary, Board of Examiners of Steam Engi- 
neers. 
Chairman, Board for Condemnation of In- 
sanitary Buildings. 
President, Board of Plumbing 



Recorder of deeds 

First deputy recorder of deeds 

Second deputy recorder of deeds. 
C hief clerk 



Register of wills 

First deputy register of wills. 



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. 



W.Va. 
D. C. 
Del... 
D. C. 



N. Y. 
D.C. 



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

• Less $420 for maintenance and house. 

• Less $300 for maintenance and quarters. . . 

• 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. 



Official Register of the United States, 1927 129 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF 

Patron ex officio. — Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States. 

President. — Percival Hall, Kendall Green, Washington, D. C. 

Directors .—Wesley L. Jones, Senator from Wasliington; Addison T. Smith, Representative from Idaho; 
Sol Bloom, Representative from New York; Theodore \V. Noyes, Frederic A. Delano, Howard L. Hodg- 
kins, and Vernon Kellogg, citizens of the District of Columbia; Ernest G. Draper, citizen of New York; 
Wilham E. Humphrey, citizen of Washington; the president and the secretary of the institution. 

Secrclary. — Rev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer.— 11. Ralph Burton, Wasnington, 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 pupil from the District of Columbia. In 1858 Congress granted $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 1805 Congress provided for the 
transfer of the blind children and removed the words "and the blind" from the corporate name of tlie 
institution. In 1864 Congress authorized the institution to confer collegiate degrees. With this new 
departure Congress madfe 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 

President. — Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States. 

Vice presidents.— B-ohert W. de Forest, New York City; William Howard Taft, Chief Justice of the 
Supreme Court of the United States. 

C/iairTTion.— John Barton Payne, National Red Cross, Washington, D. C. 

Counselor. — William D. Mitchell, Solicitor General, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer. — Charles S. Dewey, Undersecretary of Treasury, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary.— hlxss Mabel T. Boirdman, 1801 P Street, Washington, D. C. 

T'icc 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. 

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 .nitigating the sufferings caused by pestilence, famine, fire, floods, 
and other great national calamities; and generally to pro:note 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 loacted 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. 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Director General.— h. S. Rowe. 

Assistant director. — E. Gil Borges. 

Counselor. — Franklin Adams. 

Foreign trade adviser. — William A. Reid. 

C/iiV/c/frfc.— 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 e.xchanging 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 Republics. 
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 Secretary of State of the United States. It is strictly 
international in its scope, purpose, and control, and each nation has equal authority in its administration. 
The Pan American Union occupies and owns a monumental building on extensive grounds in Washington, 
D. C, overlooking the White House park. 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 

Honorary director. — Dr. Mario G. Lebredo, Havana, Cuba. 

Director. —SuTg. Gen. Hugh S. Cumming, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant to the director .—SuTg. Bolivar J. Lloyd, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 

Vice director.— SuTg. J. D. Long, United States Public Health Service, Panama Canal Zone. 

Secrstary.—'DT. Francisco M. Fernandez, Havana, Cuba. . 

Editorial assistant. — Cary R. Sage, Chevy Chase, D. C. 

Members board of directors. — Dr. Gregorio Araoz Alfaro, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Dr. Alfonso Pruneds 
City of Mexico; Dr. Raul Almeida Magalh.les, Estado de Minas Oeraes, Brazil; Dr. Carlos E. Pa; 
Soldiin, Lima, Peru. 

The Pan American Sanitary Bureau was established in accordance with a resolution of the Second 
International Conference of American States, held in the City of Mexico, 1901-2, under the name of Inter- 
national Sanitary Bureau. The Fifth International American Conference, held in Chile in 192?, changed 
the name to Pan American Sanitary Bureau. It was established upon a treaty basis by the Seventh Pan 
American Sanitary Conference, which met in Havana, Cuba, in 1924. The bureau works in close coopera- 
tion with the Pan American Union, and acts as a clearing house of sanitary information of the Western 
Hemisphere. The bureau publishes a monthly bulletin in Spanish and a bimonthly bulletin in Portu- 
guese, copies of which can be had on application. 

54075—27 10 



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WASHINGTON NATIONAL MONUMENT SOCIETY 

[Organized 1833, chartered 1859; acts of Congress August 2, 1876; October 2, 1888J 

President ex officio.— Calvm Coolidge, President of the United States 

Vice presidents ex officio.— The governors of the several States. 

First vice president.— W mis Van Devanter, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States 

Second vice president.— Charles C. Glover. 

rrea,mrer.— Theodore W. Noyes. 

Secretary.— WiUiam R. Harr. 

Other members.— Herbert Putnam; Maj. Gen. William M. Black, United States Army; Admiral Willard 
H. Brownson, United States Navy; Frederick H. Oillett; Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, United States 
T "L^^i, ^y R?7- James E Freeman; Frederic A. Delano; George E. Hamilton; Rev. Dr. Charles Wood: 
John Barton Payne; William Cabell Bruce. 



JUDICIAL 



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SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pansa- 
tion 


William Howard Taft.. 


Chief Justice 


Conn 




$20, 500 
20, 000 
20, 000 

20, 000 
20 000 


Oliver Wendell Holmes 


Associate Justice _. _ _ 






Willis Vnu Devanter 


Associate Justice 


Wyo 




James Clark McReynolds . 


Associate Justice .- 


Tenn.- 




Louis D. Brandeis - 


Associate Justice .. 






George Sutherland . __ __ 


Associate Justice. . . 


Utah 




20 000 


Pieree Builer 


Associate Justice 






20 000 


Edward T. Sanford.. 


Associate Justice. . . 


Tonn 




20,000 
20, 000 
6,000 
4,500 


Harlau Fiske Stone 


Associate Justice... 


N.Y 




Charles Elmoi-e Cropley 


Clerk 


D. C 




Frank Key Green 


Marshal _ 


D. C 




Ernest Knaebel 


Reporter . . 


Colo 




8,000 











UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Circuit judge, Concord, N. H 
Circuit judge, Portland, Me. 
Circuit judge, Boston, Mass. 
Clerk, Boston, Mass 



First Circuit 

Maine, Massachv setts, New 
Hampshire, Rhode Island, 
Porto Rico 

George H. Bingham 

Charles F. Johnson 

George W. Anderson 

Arthur I. Charron 

Second Circuit 

Connecticut, New York, 
Vermont 

Thomas W. Swan Circuit judge- 
Augustus N. Hand Circuit judge. New York City- 
Martin A. Manton Circuit judge, Brooklyn, N. Y.. 

Learned Hand ' Circuit judge, New York, N. Y- 

William Parkin I Clerk, New York, N. Y 

Third Circuit 

Delaicare, New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania 

Joseph Buffington 

Victor B. Woolley 

J. Warren Davis 

Saunders Lewis, jr 

Fourth Circuit 

Maryland, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, Virginia, 
West Virginia 

Edmund Waddill, jr Circuit judge, Richmond, Va 

Elliott Northcott Circuit judge, Huntington, W. Va 

John J. Parker Circuit judge, Charlotte, N. C 

Claude M. Dean Clerk, Richmond, Va 



Circuit judge, Pittsburgh, Pa-.. 
Circuit judge, Wilmington, Del 
Circuit judge, Trenton, N. J ... 
Clerk, Philadelphia, Pa 



N. H- 
Me-.. 
Mass- 
Mass. 



Conn. 

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



Pa.. 
Del.. 
N.J. 
Pa... 



Va 

W. Va. 
N. C... 
Va 



$12, 500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
4,250 



12, 500 
12, 500 
12,500 
12,500 
5,000 



12, 500 
12,500 
12,500 
4,600 



12,500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
4,500 



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UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Fifth Circuit 

Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, 
Canal 7one 

Richard W. Walker 

Nathan P. Bryan 

Rufus E. Foster 

Oakley F. Dodd 

Sixth Circuit 

Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, 
Tennessee 

Arthur C. Denison_ 

Maurice H. Donahue 

Charles H. Moorman 

Arthur B. Mussman. _. 

Seventh Circuit 

Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin 

Julian W. Mack 

Samuel Alschuler 

Evan A. Evans 

George T. Page 

Albert B. Anderson 

Edward M. Holloway.-- 

Eighth Circuit 

Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kan- 
sas, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne- 
braska, New Mexico, North 
Dakota, Oklahoma, South Da- 
kota, Utah, Wyoming 

Walter H. Sanborn 

Kimbrough Stone.. 

Robert E. Lewis 

William S. Kenyon 

Arba S. Van Valkenburgh 

Wilbur F. Booth 

Egmont Eugene Koch 

Ninth Circuit 

Arizona, California, Idaho, Mon- 
tana, Nevada, Oregon, Wash- 
ington, Alaska, Hawaii 

William B. Gilbert 

Frank S. Dietrich 

Frank H. Rudkin 

William H. Hunt 

(Vacancy) 

Frank D. Monckton 



Circuit judge, Huntsville, Ala.. 
Circuit judge, Jacksonville, Fla 
Circuit judge, New Orleans, La 
Clerk, New Orleans, La 



Circuit judge, Grand Rapids, Mich 

Circuit judge, Columbus, Ohio 

Circuit judge, Louisville, Ky 

Clerk, Cincinnati, Ohio 



Circuit judge, Chicago, III 

Circuit judge, Chicago, 111 

Circuit judge, Madison, Wis 

Circuit judge, Chicago, 111 

Circuit judge, Indianapolis, Ind 
Clerk, Chicago, 111 



Ala. 
Fla. 
La.. 
La.. 



Mich. 
Ohio.. 
Ky-... 
Ohio.. 



111... 
111... 
Wis. 
111... 
Ind. 
111... 



Circuit judge, St. Paul, Minn 

Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo... 

Circuit judge, Denver, Colo 

Circuit judge. Fort Dodge, Iowa.. 
Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo... 
Circuit judge, Minneapolis, Minn 
Clerk, St. Louis, Mo 



Circuit judge, Portland, Oreg 

Circuit judge, Boise, Idaho.. 

Circuit judgei Seattle, Wash 

Circuit judge, San Ffancisco, Calif 

Circuit judge 

Clerk, San Francisco, Calif 



Minn. 
Mo-.. 
Colo.. 
Iowa.. 
Mo--. 
Minn. 
Mo... 



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



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

(Including Alaska, Hawaii, Porto Rico, and Canal Zone) 



Alabama 

Northern District 

William I. Grubb 

William S. Lovell 

Charles B. Kennamer... 

Thomas J. Kennamer 

Middle and Northern Districts 

Henry D. Clayton.. 



District judge, Birmingham 

Clerk, Birmingham 

District attorney, Birmingham 
Marshal, Birmingham 

District judge, Montgomery... 



Ala ... 




Ala- 




Ala 




Ala 




Ala 





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OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 




Cong, 
dist. 



Alabama — Continued 

Middle District 

George Stuart 

Grady Reynolds.. 

Douglas Smith 

Southern District 

Robert T. Ervin... 

Virgil C. Griffin 

Alexander C. Birch 

John W. Van Heuvel 

Alaska 

Division No. 1 



Thomas M. Reed.. 

John H Dunn 

Justin W. Harding. 
Albert White 



Division No. 2 



G. J. Lomen 

Elmer Reed 

William Fred Harrison- 
Charles D. Jones 



Division No. S 



E. Coke Hill 

W. N. Cuddy 

William D. CoppernoU. 
Harvey Sullivan 



Division No. A 



Cecil H. Clegg 

Robert W. Taylor. 
Julien A. Hurley.. 
Lynn Smith 



Arizona 

William H. Sawtelle. 

F. C. Jacobs 

Clifford R. McFall... 

John B. Wright. 

George X. Mauk 



Western District 



Frank A. Youmans. .. 
William S. Wellshear. 

Samuel S. Langley 

Andrew J. Russell 



Clerk, Montgomery 

District attorney, Montgomery 
Marshal, Montgomery 

District Judge, Mobile... 

Clerk, Mobile 

District attorney, Mobile 

Marshal, Mobile 



District Judge, Juneau 

Clerk, Juneau..- 

District attorney, Juneau. 
Marshal, Juneau 



Ala 




$3,800 


Ala.. 




4,000 


Ala 




3,000 


Ala 




10,000 


Ala 




3,800 


Ala 




4,000 


Ala 




3,000 



District judge, Nome 

Clerk, Nome 

District attorney, Nome. 
Marshal, Nome 



District judge, Valdez 

Clerk, Valdez--- 

District attorney, Valdez. 
Marshal, Valdez 



District judge, Fairbanks 

Clerk, Fairbanks 

District attorney, Fairbanks- 
Marshal, Fairbanks 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 



District judge, Tucson Ariz 

District judge, Globe Ariz 

Clerk, Tucson Ariz. 

District attorney, Tucson Ariz. 

Marshal, Phoenix Ariz. 



Arkansas 

Eastern District 

Jacob Trieber District judge, Little Rock 

Sidnev B. Redding 

Charles F. Cole 

George L. Mallory 



Clerk, Little Rock. 

District attorney, Little Rock. 

Marshal, Little Rock 



California 

Northern District 



(Vacancy) District judge, San Francisco. 

Frank IL Kirrigan..- [ District judge, San Francisco- 



District judge, Fort Smith 

Clerk, Fort Smith 

District attorney. Fort Smith- 
Marshal, Fort Smith 



Adolphus Frederick St. Sure---; District judge, San Francisco 

Walter B. Maling Clerk, San Francisco-- 

George J. Hatfield District attorney, San Francisco. 

Frederick L. Esola.. I Marshal, San Francisco.. 



-\rk. 
Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Calif- 
Calif- 
Calif- 
Calif- 
Calif- 
Calif- 



10,000 
3,800 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
3,800 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
3,800 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
3,800 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
10,000 
4,000 
5,000 
4,750 



10,000 
4,600 
5,000 
4,250 



10,000 
4,200 
4,500 
4,000 



10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
6,000 
7,500 
6,250 



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Continued 



California— Continued 

Southern District 

Edward J. Henning 

Paul J. McCormick 

William P. James 

R. S. Zimmerman 

Samuel W. McNabb.. 

Albert C. Sittel 

Canal Zone 

Guy H. Martin 

E. M. Goolsby 

F. Edward Mitchell 

Irvin M. Lieser. 

Colorado 

John Foster Symes 

Charles W. Bishop 

George Stephan 

Richard C . Callen 

Connecticut 

Edwin S. Thomas. 

Charles E. Pickett 

John Buckley 

Jacob D. Walter 

Delaware . 

Hugh M. Morris. 

Henry C. Mahafly, jr 

David J. Reinhardt 

Walter S. Money 

District of Columbia 

Peyton Gordon 

Edgar C. Snyder 

Florida 

Northern district 

William B. Sheppard 

Frederick W. Marsh 

Fred C. Cubberly 

Millard M. Owens 

Southern district 

Rhydon M. Call 

Lake Jones 

Edwin R. Williams. 

William M. Oober.. 

Benjamin E. Dyson 

Georgia 

Northern district 

Samuel H. Sibley 

Olin C. Fuller 

Clint W. Hager.... 

Louis H. Crawford 

Middle district 

William J. Tilson 

Lenoir M. Erwin 

Bascom S. Deaver. 

Samuel Purvis. 

Southern District 

William H. Barrett 

Scott A. Edwards 

Charles L. Redding 

George B. McLeod 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Los Angeles 

District judge, Los Angeles 

District judge, Los Angeles 

Clerk, Los Angeles 

District attorney, Los Angeles. 
Marshal, Los Angeles 



District judge, Ancon 

Clerk, Ancon 

District attorney, Ancon. 
Marshal, Ancon 



District judge, Denver 

Clerk, Denver 

District attorney, Denver. 
Marshal, Denver 



District judge, Norwalk 

Clerk, New Haven 

District attorney, Hartford . 
Marshal, New Haven 



District judge, Wilmington 

Clerk, Wilmington 

District attorney, Wilmington. 
Marshal, Wilmington. 



District attorney, D. C. 
Marshal, D. C 



District judge, Pensacola 

Clerk, Pensacola. 

District attorney, Pensacola 
Marshal, Pensacola 

District judge, Jacksonville. 

District judge, Tampa 

Clerk, Jacksonville.-. 

District attorney, Tampa... 
Marshal, Jacksonville 



District judge, Atlanta and Union Point 

Clerk, Atlanta 

District attorney, Atlanta 

Marshal, Atlanta 

District judge, Macon 

Clerk, Macon 

District attorney, Macon.. 

Marshal, Macon 

District judge, Augusta.. 

Clerk, Savannah 

District attorney. Savannah 

Marshal, Savannah 



Legal residence 



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



Calif. 
Calif. 
Cahf. 
Cahf. 
Calif- 
Calif. 



Colo. 
Colo. 
Colo- 
Colo. 



Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn. 



Del. 
Del- 
Del. 
Del. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla- 



Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga- 



Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 



Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga. 



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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Hawaii 

Supreme Court 



Antonio M. Perry 

James J . Banks 

Charles F. Parsons.. 
James A. Thompson. 

Alva E. Steadman... 

Albert M. Cristy 

Edward K. Massee.. 
John R. Desha 



Daniel H. Case 

James Wesley Thompson . 

Homer L. Ross 

William C. Achi, jr 

Henry Smith 

Manuel Asue 

John Hills 

A. K. Aona 

Joseph C. Cullen.. 



District Court 



Idaho 

Chaarles C. Cavanah. 
W. D.McReynolds.. 

Hoyt E. Ray. 

Frank M. Breshears. 



Illinois 

Northern District 



George A. Carpenter.. 
James H. Wilkerson.. 

Adam C. Cliffe. 

Charles M. Bates 

George E. Q. Johnson. 
Palmer E . Anderson . . 



Chief justice, Honolulu 

Associate justice, Honolulu. 
Associate justice, Honolulu. 
Clerk, Honolulu 



Judge, first circuit, Honolulu 

Judge, first circuit, Honolulu 

Judge, first circuit, Honolulu 

Judge, first circuit, Honolulu (division of do- 
mestic relations) . 

Judge, second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

Judge, third circuit, Kailua.. _ 

Judge, fourth circuit, Hilo 

Judge, fifth circuit, Lihue 

Clerk, first circuit, Honolulu 

Clerk, second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

Clerk, third circuit, Kailua 

Clerk, fourth circuit, Hilo 

Clerk, fifth circuit, Lihue 



John T. De Bolt Judge, Honolulu. 

William T. Rawlins Judge, Honolulu. 

William L. Rosa.. _. 

Sanford B.D.Wood 

Oscar P. Cox. 



Clerk, Honolulu. 

District attorney, Honolulu. 

Marshal , Honolulu 



District judge, Boise 

Clerk, Boise 

District attorney, Boise. 
Marshal, Boise 



Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 



District judge, Chicago 

District judge, Chicago 

District judge, Chicago 

Clerk, Chicago 

District attorney, Chicago. 
Marshal, Chicago 



Eastern District 

Fred L. Wham District judge. East St. Louis. 

Walter C. Lindley District judge, Danville 

Marshall E. Daniel [ Clerk, East St. Louis 

Harold G. Baker District attorney, East St. Louis. 

Arthur R. Clark I Marshal, Danville 



Southern District 



Louis Fitz Henry District judge, Peoria. 

Samuel T. Burnett Clerk, Springfield. 



Walter M. Pro vine. 
Charles W. Cushing. 

Indiana 

Robert C. Baitzell... 

Thomas W. Slick 

William P. Kappes.. 

Albert Ward 

Alf O. Meloy 



Iowa 

Northern District 



George C . Scott. 



District attorney, Springfield. 
Marshal, Springfield 



District judge, Indianapolis 

District judge. South Bend 

Clerk, Indianapolis 

District attorney, Indianapolis. 
Marshal, Indianapolis 



Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 



District judge, Sioux City. 



Lee McNeely Clerk, Sioux City. 

Bennett E. Rhinehart District attorney, Cedar Rapids. 

Charles Kloster I Marshal, Sioux City 



Iowa 
Iowa 
Iowa 
Iowa 



10,000 
4,200 
5,000 
4,000 



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Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



Com- 
pensa- 
Cong. j tion 



Iowa — Continued 

Southern District 

Martin J. Wade 

Nicholas F. Reed 

Ross W. Mowry 

Roy B. Gault 

Kansas 

John C. Pollock 

F. L. Campbell.- 

Al. F. Williams.-.. 

Fred R. Fitzpatrick 

Kentuck7 

Eastern Distrtct 

A. M.J. Cochran... 

John W. Menzies 

Sawyer A. Smith 

James. H. Hammons 

Western District 

Charles I. Dawson 

Lilburu Phelps 

Thomas J. Sparks 

Francis M. McCain 

Louisiana 

Eastern District 



Louis H. Burns.. 

H. J. Carter 

Wayne Q. Borah. 
Victor Loisel 



District judge, Davenport.. 

Clerk, Des Moines 

District attorney, Newton. 
Marshal, Creston 

District judge, Kansas City 

Clerk, Topeka 

District attorney, Topeka.. 
Marshal, Topeka 



District judge, Covington... 

Clerk, Covington 

District attorney, Covington 
Marshal, Covington.. , 

District judge, Louisville 

Clerk, Louisville 

District attorney, Louisville . 
Marshal, Louisville 



District judge, New Orleans 

Clerk, New Orleans 

District attorney, New Orleans . 
Marshal, New Orleans 



Western District 



Benjamin C. Dawkins District judge, Monroe 

William Burch Lee [ Clerk, Shreveport 

Philip H. Mecom District attorney, Shreveprt. 

William M. Palmer ' Marshal, Shreveport 



Maine 



John A. Peters 

Clarence Hale 

John F. Knowlton 

Frederick R. Dyer 

Stillman E. Woodman. 



Maryland 



Morris A. Soper 

William C. Coleman 

Arthur L, Spamer 

Amos W. W. Woodcock- 
George W. Collier -. 



Massachuse t ts 



James M. Morton, jr.. 
James Arnold Lowell . 
Elisha H. Brewster. . 

James S. Allen 

FredK. H. Jarr_ 

William J. Keville 



District judge, Portland 

District judge, Portland 

Clerk, Portland 

District attorney, Portland. 
Marshal, Portland 



District judge, Baltimore 

District judge, Baltimore 

Clerk, Baltimore 

District attorney, Baltimore . 
Marshal, Baltimore 



Iowa. 
Iowa, 
lowa. 
lowa. 



Kans. 
Kans. 
Kans. 
Kans. 



Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 



Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 



La. 
La. 
La. 
La. 



La. 
La. 
La- 
La. 



Me. 
Me. 
Me. 
Me. 
Me- 



Md- 
Md. 
Md. 
Md. 
Md. 



District judge, New Bedford Mass. 

District judge, Boston Mass. 

District judge, Springfield Mass. 

Clerk, Boston. -_ Mass. 

District attorney, Boston .! Mass. 

Marshal; Boston .1 Mass. 



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Continued 




Michigan 

Eastern District 

Arthur J. Tuttle 

Charles C. Simons. 

Edward J. Moinet 

Elmer W. Vaorheis_- 

(Vacancy) .-. 

Frank T. Newton 

Western District 

Fred M. Raymond 

Clarence W. Sessions __ 

Orrie J. Sluiter 

Edward J. Bowman 

Martin Brown. 

Minnesota 

William A. Cant 

Joseph W. MoIjTieaux 

John B. Sanborn 

Joel M. Dickey.- 

Lafayette French, jr 

Edward Rustad 

Mississippi 

Northern District 

Edwin R. Holmes (appointed 
for northern and southern 
districts). 

James J. Vance 

John H. Cook 

Charles R. Ligon 

Southern District 

Edwin R. Holmes (appointed 
for northern and southern 
districts). 

Benjamin L. Todd 

E. E. Hindman 

Anslem P. Russell 

Missouri 

Eastern District 



Charles B. Faris 

Charles B. Davis 

James J. O'Connor 

Louis H. Breuer.- 

Theodore W. Hukride. 



Western District 



Merrill E. Otis 

Albert L. Reeves 

Edwin R. Durham. _ 
Roscoe C. Patterson. 
Asa W. Butler 



Montana 

George M. Bourquin... 

Charles N. Pray 

C. R. Garlow.. 

Wellington D. Rankin . 
John C. Orrick 



District judge, Detroit Mich. 

District judge, Detroit 1 Mich. 

District judge, Detroit Mich. 



Clerk, Detroit. 

District attorney, Detroit. 

Marshal, Detroit 



District judge. Grand Rapids 

District judge, Muskegon 

Clerk, Grand Rapids 

District attorney. Grand Rapids. 
Marshal, Grand Rapids 



District judge, Duluth 

District judge, Minneapolis. 

District judge, St. Paul 

Clerk, St. Paul 

District attorney, St. Paul . _ 
Marshal, St. Paul 



District judge, Jackson 

Clerk, 0.xford.. 

District attorney, Clarksdale 
Marshal, Clarksdale 

District judge, Jackson 

Clerk, Jackson 

District attorney, Jackson 

Marshal, Jackson 



District judge, St. Louis 

District judge, St. Louis 

Clerk, St. Louis 

District attorney, St. Louis. 
Marshal, St. Louis 



District judge, St. Joseph 

District judge, Kansas City 

Clerk, Kansas City 

District attorney, Kansas City. 
Marshal, Kansas City 



District judge, Butte 

District judge. Great Falls. 

Clerk, Helena 

District attorney, Helena. _ 
Marshal, Helena.. 



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- 



Mont. 
Mont, 
Mont. 
Mont, 

Mont . 



$10, 000 
10.000 
10,000 
5,400 
5,500 
4.500 



10,000 
10, 000 
3,800 
4,500 
4,000 



10, 000 
10, 000 
10,000 
5,400 
6,500 
5, 250 



10, 000 



4,000 
4,000 
3,000 



10, 000 



4,000 
4,000 
3,250 



10, 000 
10, 000 
5,200 
6,000 
4,000 



10, 000 

10, 000 

5. 200 

7,000 

5, .500 



10, 000 
10,000 
4,200 
5,000 
3,750 



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Continued 



Nebraska 

Thomas C. Munger 

Josenh W. Woodrough.. 

K. C. Koyt--. 

James C. Kinsler 

Dennis H. Cronin 

Nevada 

Edward S. Farrington,- 

E. O. Patterson 

Harry H. Atkinson 

J. H. Fulmer.- - 

New Hampshire 

George F. Morris. _ 

Thomas B. Donnelly 

Raymond U. Smith 

Alfred J. Chretien 

New Jersey 

John Rellstab 

Joseph L. Bodine 

William N. Runyon 

William Clark 

George T. Cranmer 

Walter G. Winne . 

Frederick C. Schneider. . 

New Mexico 

Colin Neblett 

Orie L. Phillips. 

William Rose 

John W. Wilson 

Joseph F. Tondre 

New York 

Northern District 

Frank Cooper 

Frederick H. Bryant 

John W. Hahn 

Oliver D. Burden 

Daniel F. Breitenstein.. 

Southern District 

Frank J. Coleman 

John Clark Knox 

Francis A. Winslow 

Henry W. Goddard 

William Bondy 

Thomas D. Thaeher 

Alexander Gilchrist, jr... 

Charles H. Tultle 

William C. Uecht 

Eastern District 

Qrover M. Moscowitz 

Marcus B. Campbell 

Robert A. Inch 

Percy G. B. Gilkes 

Wm. A. De Groot 

Jesse D. Moore 

Western District 

John R. Hazel 

Simon L. Adler 

Harris S. Williams 

Richard II. Templeton.. 
Joseph Fritsch, jr 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Lincoln 

District judge, Omaha 

Clerk, Omaha 

District attorney, Omaha . 
Marshal, Omaha 



District judge, Carson City. 

Clerk, Carson City 

District attorney, Reno 

Marshal, Carson City 



District judge, Littleton. 

Clerk, Concord 

District attorney. Concord. 



N.H. 

N.H. 

N.H. 

Marshal, Concord N.H. 



District judge, Trenton 

District judge, Trenton 

District judge, Newark 

District judge, Newark 

Clerk, Trenton 

District attorney, Newark. 
Marshal, Trenton 



District judge, Santa Fe 

District judge, Albuquerque 

Clerk, Santa Fe.._ 

District attorney, Albuquerque. 
Marshal, Santa Fe 



Legal residence 



State *^°°^- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 



Nev. 
Nev. 
Nev. 
Nev. 



District judge, Albany 

District judge, Utica _• 

Clerk, Utica 

District attorney, Syracuse 

Marshal, U tica 

District judge. New York City.... 

District judge. New York City 

District judge. New York City — 
District judge, New York City.... 

District judge. New York City 

District judge. New York City 

Clerk, New York City 

District attorney, New York City 
Marshal, New York City 

District judge, Brooklyn 

District judge, Brooklyn... 

District judge, Brooklyn 

Clerk, Brooklyn 

District attorney, Brooklyn 

Marshal, Brooklyn 

District judge, Buffalo 

District judge, Rochester 

Clerk, Buffalo 

District attorney, Buffalo 

Marshal, Rochester 



N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
N. J. 
N. J. 
N.J. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



N. Mex 
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... 
N. Y... 






$10, 000 
10, 000 
5,200 
6.000 
5,000 



10, 000 
3,800 
4,000 
3,500 



10,000 
3,800 
4,000 
3,000 



10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
6,000 
6, 500 
5,250 



10,000 
10, OOO 
4,200- 
4,500 
4, 250 



10,000 
10,000» 
4,600 
6.000 
5,000' 



10, OOOt 
10, 000' 
10,000' 
10,000' 

10,000; 

10,000 
6,500* 

10,000i 
6, 500. 



10, 000'. 
10, 000 
10, OOOi 
5,800 
7,500' 
5,000' 



10, OOO^ 
10, 000. 
4,800, 
5,500. 

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North Carolina 

Eastern district 

Isaac M. Meekins 

Samuel A. Ashe 

Irvin B. Tucker 

Rippon W. Ward 

Middle District 

Johnson J. Haves 

R. L. Blaylock 

Frank A. Linney 

Chas. Q. Bryant.. 

Western District 

James Edmund Boyd... 

Edwin Vales Webb 

John J. Jordan 

Thomas J. Harkins 

Brownlow Jackson 

North Dakota 

Andrew Miller 

Charles F. Amidon 

J. A. Montgomery 

Seth W. Richardson 

Osmund Gunvaldsen 

Ohio 

Northern District 



John M. Killits 

D. C. Westenhaver. 

Paul Jones 

Bertrand C. Miller.. 

A. E. Bernsteen 

George A. Staufler.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Elizabeth City 

Clerk, Raleigh. 

District attorney, Raleigh 

Marshal, Raleigh 

District judge, Wilkesboro 

Clerk, O rcensboro 

District attorney, Winston-Salem 
Marshal, Greensboro 

District judge 

District judge, Charlotte 

Clerk, Asheville 

District attorney, Asheville 

Marshal, Asheville 

District judge, Fargo 

District judge, Fargo 

Clerk, Fargo 

District attorney, Fargo 

Marshal, Fargo 



District judge, Toledo 

District judee, (Heveland 

District judge, Cleveland 

Clerk, Cleveland 

District attorney, Cleveland. 
Marshal, Cleveland 



Southern District 



Smith Hickenlooper District judge, Cincinnati. 

Benson W. Hough I District judge, Columbus. 

Harry F. Rabe 

Haveth E. Mau 

Stanley Borthwick 



Oklahoma 

Northern District 

Franklin E. Kennamer. 

H. P. V.'arfield 

John M. Ooldesberry... 
Henry G. Beard 

Eustern District 

R. L. Williams 

W. V. McClure 

Frank Lee 

Henry F. Cooper 

Western District 

John H. Cotteral 

Theodore M. Filson 

Roy St. Lewis 

Richard B. Quinn 

Oregon 

John H. McNary 

Robert S. Bean 

George H. Marsh 

George Neuner 

Clarence R. Hotchkiss.. 



Clerk, Cincinnati. 

District attorney, Cincinnati. 

Marshal, Cincinnati 



District judge, Tulsa 

Clerk, Tulsa 

District attorney, Tulsa. 
Marshal, Tulsa 



Legal residence 



State 



N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 



N. C. 
N. C. 

N. C. 
N. C. 



N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 



N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 



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



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



District judge, Muskogee ..' Okla. 

Clerk, Muskogee ! Okla. 

District attorney, Muskogee Okla. 

Marshal, Muskogee Okla. 



Cong, 
dist. 



District judge, Guthrie ' Okla. 



Clerk, Guthrie. 

District attorney, Oklahoma City. 

Marshal, Oklahoma City 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



District judge, Portland I Oreg. 

District judge, Portland ! Oreg. 

Clerk, Portland .1 Oreg. 

District attorney, Portland Oreg. 

Marshal, Portland | Oreg- 



Com- 

pensa- 
tion 



$10, 000 
4,600 
4,500 
4,000 



10,000 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 



10. 000 
10, 000 
4,000 
5,000 
4,500 



10,000 
10, 000 
4,400 
4,500 
4,000 



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



10, 000 
10, 000 
5,200 
6,000 
5,500 



10, 000 
4,000 
5,000 
4,000 



10, 000 
4,600 
5,000 
4,750 



10, 000 
4,200 
5,000 
4,500 



10,000 
10, 000 
4,800 
5,500 
5,000 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



Pennsylvania 

Eastern District 

William H. Kirkpatrick.. 
J. Whitaker Thompson-, 

Olivier B. Dickinsdn 

George Brodbeck 

George W. Coles 

W. Frank Mathues 

Middle District 

Albert W. Johnson 

George C. Scheuer 

Andrei? B. Dunamore 

John H. Glass 

Western District 

Robert M. Gibson 

W. H. Seward Thomson- 
Frederic P. Schoonmaker 
J. Wood Clark 

John D. Meyer 

James C. McGregor 

Porto Rico 

Supreme Court 

Emilio del Toro 

Adolph G. Wolf 

Pedro de Aldrey 

Harvey M. Hutchison 

Carlos Franco Soto_ 

District Court 

Ira K. Wells 

Mrs. Lulu G. Donahue- . 
John L. Gay 

Harry S. Hubbard 

Rhode Island 

Ira Lloyd Letts 

Miss Alice Peckham 

John S. Murdock 

William Robert Rodman. 

South Carolina 

Eastern District 

Ernest F. Cochran 

Richard W. Huston 

J. D. Ernest Meyer 

Samuel J. Leaphart 

Western District 

Henry H. Watkins 

Davis C. Durham --. 

Joseph A. Tolbert 

Robert Kirksey 

South Dakota 

James D. Elliott 

Rov B. Marker 

Olaf Eidem 

Chester N. Leedom 



OmCIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District iudge, Philadelphia. -- 

District judge, Philadelphia 

District judge, Philadelphia 

Clerk, Philadelphia 

District attorney, Philadelphia 
Marshal, Philadelphia 

District judge, Lewisburg 

Clerk, Scranton 

District attorney, Sunbury 

Marshal, Scranton 

District judge, Pittsburgh 

District judge, Pittsburgh 

District judge, Erie 

Clerk, Pittsburgh 

District attorney, Pittsburgh... 
Marshal, Pittsburgh 



Chief justice, San Juan 

Associate justice, San Juan- 
Associate justice, San Juan- 
Associate justice, San Juan. 
Associate justice, San Juan. 



District judge, San Juan 

Clerk, San Juan. 

District attorney, San Juan. 
Marshal, San Juan 



District judge. Providence 

Clerk, Providence 

District attorney. Providence. 
Marshal, Providence- 



District judge, Charleston 

Clerk, Charleston 

District attorney, Charleston... 
Marshal, Charleston--. 

District judge, Anderson 

Clerk, Greenville 

District attorney, Greenville... 
Marshal, Spartanburg 

District judge, Sioux Falls 

Clerk. Sioux Falls.. 

District attorney, Brookings 

Marshal, Deadwood 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa. 
Pa- 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 



Pa- 
Pa- 
Pa- 
Pa- 



R. I. 
R.I. 
R. I. 
R. I. 



S. 0. 

s. c. 
s. c. 

S. C. 



s. c 

S. C- 

s. c. 

S. C- 



Cong. 
dist. 



S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Eastern District 

Xenophen Ilicks (appointed for 
the eastern and middle dis- 
tricts). 

Lee A. Beeler 

George C. Taylor. 

Inslee C. King 

Middle District 

John J. Gore 

Henry M. Doak 

A. V. McLane 

R. Q. Lillard u--. 

Western District 

Harry B. Anderson 

Allen G. Mathews 

Lindsay B. Phillips 

Arthur Rogers... 

Texas 

Northern District 

Edward R. Meek 

James C. Wilson 

William H. Atwell 

George W. Parker 

Henry Zweifel 

Samuel L. Gross 

Southern District 

Joseph C. Hutcheson, jr _.. 

L. C. Masterson. _ 

Henry M. Holden 

Richard A. Harvin_ 

Eastern District 

W. Lee Estes 

Frank A. King 

Randolph Bryant 

Phil E. Baer ._ 

Western District 

Du Val West 

Charles A. Boynton... 

D. H. Hart 

John D. Hartman 

Scott C. White 

Utah 

Tillman D. Johnson 

John W. Christy _. 

Charles M. Morris 

J. Ray Ward 

Vermont 

Harland B. Howe 

Henry Conlin 

Harry B. Amey 

Albert W. Harvey 



District judge, Knoxville 

Clerk, Knoxville 

District attorney, Knoxville 
Marshal, Knoxville 

District judge, Cookeville... 

Clerk, Nashville 

District attorney, Nashville. 
Marshal, Nashville 

District judge, Memphis 

Clerk, Memphis 

District attorney, Memphis. 
Marshal, Memphis 



District judge, Dallas 

District judge, Fort Worth 

District judge, Dallas 

Clerk, Dallas 

District attorney. Fort Worth 

Marshal, Dallas 

District judge, Houston 

Clerk, Houston 

District attorney, Houston 

Marshal, Houston 

District judge, Texarkana 

Clerk. Texarkana 

District attorney, Sherman. 

Marshal, Paris 

District judge, San Antonio 

District judge. El Paso 

Clerk, Austin 

District attorney, San Antonio... 
Marshal, San Antonio 

District judge. Salt Lake City 

Clerk, Salt Lake City 

District attorney. Salt Lake City 
Marshal, Salt Lake City 

District judge, Burlington 

Clerk , Burlington. _ 

District attorney, Burlington 

Marshal, Rutland 



Tenn. 



Tenn. 
Tenn_ 
Tenn. 



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. 



$10,000 



4,600 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
4,600 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
4,000 
5,000 
4,000 



10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
5,200 
6,000 
5,000 



10,000 
5,200 
5,500 
4,000 



10,000 
4,600 
5,500 
4,250 



10,000 
10,000 
5,200 
6,500 
6,000 



10,000 
3,800 
5,000 
3,750 



10,000 
3,800 
4,000 
3,000 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Virginia 

Eastern District 

D. Lawrence Groner 

Joseph P. Brady 

Paul W. Kear 

Clarence O. Sniithers 

Western District 

Henry C. McDowell 

L.T. Hyatt 

Joseph C. Shaffer 

S. Green Proffit 

Washington 

Eastern District 

J. Stanley Webster 

Harry C. Clark 

Roy C. Fox 

David T. Ham 

Western District 

Edward E. Cushman 

Jeremiah Neterer 

Edgar Morton Lakin 

Thomas P. Revelle 

E. B. Benn 

West Virginia 

Northern District 

William Eli Baker 

Austin C. Merrill 

Arthur Arnold 

Harry A. Weiss 

Southern District 

George W. McClintic 

Ira H. Mottesheard 

Bernard J. Pettigrew 

Siegel Workman 

Wisconsin 

Eastern District 

Ferdinand A. Geiger 

Frederick C. Westfahl, jr 

Levi H. Bancroft 

Richard J. White 

Western District 

Claude Z. ^use 

Herbert G. Hale 

Stanley M. Ryan --. 

James E. Harris 

Wyoming 

Thomas Blake Kennedy . 

Charles J. Ohnhaus 

A. D. Walton 

Hugh L. Patton 



District judge, Norfolk 

Clerk, Richmond. 

District attorney, Norfolk. 
Marshal, Norfolk 

District judge, Lynchburg. 

Clerk, Lynchburg 

District attorney, Roanoke 
Marshal, Roanoke 



District judge, Spokane... 
Clerk, Spokane 

District attorney, Spokane 
Marshal, Spokane. 

District judge, Tacoma 

District judge, Seattle 

Clerk, Seattle 

District attorney, Seattle.. 
Marshal, Tacoma 



District judge, Elkins 

Clerk, Elkins 

District attorney, Parkersburg 
Marshal, Wheeling 

District judge, Charleston 

Clerk, Charleston 

District attorney, Huntington. 
Marshal, Charleston 



District judge, Milwaukee. _ . 
Clerk, Milwaukee 

District attorney, Milwaukee 
Marshal, Milwaukee 

District judge, Superior 

Clerk, Madison 

District attorney, Madison... 
Marshal, Madison.. 

District judge, Cheyenne 

Clerk, Cheyenne 

District attorney, Cheyenne. 
Marshal, Cheyenne 



Va. 
Va. 
Va. 
Va. 



Va. 
Va. 
Va. 
Va. 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash . 



Wash. 
Wash . 
Wash. 

Wash. 
Wash. 



W.Va. 
W. Va. 
W.Va. 
W.Va. 



W. Va. 
W.Va. 
W. Va. 
W.Va. 



Wis- 
Wis. 
Wis. 
Wis. 



Wis. 
Wis- 
Wis. 
Wis. 



Wyo. 
Wyo. 
Wyo. 
Wyo. 



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COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

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



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



William J. Graham. 

James F. Smith 

Orion M. Barber 

Oscar E. Bland 

Charles S. Hatfield.. 

Alex. H. Clark 

Arthur B. Shelton.. 
Joseph G. Gauges... 
Frank H. Briggs 



Presiding judge. 
Associate judge- 
Associate judge. 
Associate judge. 
Associate judge. 

Reporter 

Clerk 

Assistant clerk.. 
Marshal.. 



111.... 
Calif. 

Vt... 
Ind.. 
Ohio. 
Ala.. 
Md.. 
D. C. 
Me... 



6th.... 



.$12, 500 
12,500 
12,500 
12, 500 
12,500 
3,800 
4,750 
3,000 
3,800 



COURT OF CLAIMS 



Edward K. Campbell 

Fenton W. Booth 

James Hay 

Samuel J. Graham 

McKenzie Moss 



Chief justice 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 



Ala. 
111... 
Va-. 
Pa.. 
Ky. 



$12, 500 
12,500 
12, 500 
12, 500 
12,500 



COURT OF APPEALS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



George E. Martin ...| Chief justice 

Charles H. Robb Associate justice. 

Jasiah A. Van Orsdel Associate justice. 

Henry W. Iiodges Clerk 



D. C 

Vt.- 
Wyo 
D. C 



$12, 500 
12,500 
12, 500 
4,600 



SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Walter I. McCoy 

Wendell P. Stafford 

Frederick L. Siddons 

William Hitz 

Thomas Jennings Bailey. 

Adolph A. Hoehling 

Frank E. Cunningham.. 



Chief justice 

.\ssociate justice 
Associate justice 
Associate justice 
Associate justice 
Associate justice 
Clerk 



N. J -. 




Vt 




D. C .. 




D. C... 




Tenn 




D. C .. 




Md 









$10, 500 
10,000 
10.000 
10,000 
10, 000 
10,000 
6,000 



UNITED STATES COURT FOR CHINA 



SHANGHAI. CHINA 



Milton Dwight Purdy 

George Sellett 

Thurston R. Porter... 

J. Marvin Howes 

Louis T. Kenake 



Judge 

District attorney 
Marshal 

Clerk 

Assistant clerk... 



Minn. 
Ill 

N. Y.. 
Oreg.. 
Calif.. 



$8,000 
4,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2,400 



APPENDIX 



ARMY PAY TABLES 

Rates op Pay of Commissioned Officers on Active Duty 





An- 
nual 
base 
pay 


MONTHLY RATES 


GRADE 


Less 
than 
3 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
3 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

5 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

6 JTS. 

serv- 
ice 


Over 
7 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
9 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
10 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
12 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
14 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


General of the Armies of the 
United States... 


(1) 

$8, 000 

6,000 

4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
3,500 

4,000 
3,500 
3,500 

3,500 
3,000 

3,500 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
2,400 

3,000 
2,400 
2,400 

2,400 
2,000 

2,400 
2,000 
2,000 
1,500 

2,000 
1,500 


















Major general 


.$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$606. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500 00 




Colonel: 
Over 26 years' service 




First appt. above captain.. 

Apptd. under act June 4, 

1920 - 


333. 33 

333. 33 
291. 67 


350. 00 

350.00 
306. 25 


350. 00 

350. 00 
306. 25 


366. 67 

366. 67 
320. 83 


366. 67 

366. 67 
320.83 


383.33 

383.33 
335. 42 


383.33 

383.33 
335. 42 


400.00 

400.00 
350.00 


400.00 
400 00 


Less than 26 years' service. _ 
Lieutenant colonel: 
Over 30 years' service 


350. 00 


Over 20, less than 30 years.. 




















First appt. above captain.. . 

Apptd. under act June 4, 

1920 


291. 67 

291. 67 
250.00 


306. 25 

306. 25 
262. 50 


306. 25 

306. 25 
202. 50 


320.83 

320.83 
275. 00 


320.83 

320.83 

275.00 


335. 42 
335. 42 


335. 42 
.•?35 42 


350.00 

350. 00 
300.00 


350.00 
350 00 


Less than 20 years' service.. 
Major: 
Over 23 years' service 


287.50 287.50 


300.00 
300 00 


Over 14, less than 23 years.. 


















First appt. above 2d lieut... 
Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920. . - 


250. 00 

250. 00 
200. 00 


262. 50 

262. 50 
210.00 


262. 50 

262. 50 
210.00 


275. 00 

275. 00 
220. 00 


275. 00 

275.00 
220. 00 


287. 50[ 287.50 
287.50 287 ."iO 


300. 00 

300. 00 
240.00 


300.00 
300 00 


Less than 14 years' service.. 
Captain: 
Over 17 years' service.. . .. 


230.00 


230.00 




Over 7, less than 17 years .. 










230.00 
220. 00 

220.00 


230.66 
230.00 

230. 00 


230.00 
230.00 

230.00 


240.00 
240. 00 

240.00 


240 00 


First appt. above 2d lieut... 
Present rank July 1, 1920, 
or earlier 


200.00 

200. 00 
166. 67 


210.00 

210.00 
175.00 


210. 00 

210.00 
175.00 


220.00 
220. 00 


240.00 
240.00 


Less than 7 years' service .. 


183.33 






First lieutenant: 
Over 10 years' service 






230. 00 


240.00 


240.00 


Over 3, less than 10 years... 


"m'e>7 

125. 00 


175. 00 
175. 00 


175. 00 
175. 00 


18.3.331 183.33 
183.33 1&3.33 


191. 67 
191. 67 




First appt. above 2d lieut... 








Less than 3 years' service... 








Second lieutenant: 
Over 5 years' service 




175.00 


183.33 183.33 


191. 67 


191. 67 


200.00 


200.00 


Less than 5 years' service .. 


125.00 


131. 25 








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Rates of Pay of Commissioned Officers on Active Duty — Continued 











MONTHLY BATES 










GRADE 


Over Over 
15 yrs. 17 yrs. 
serv- serv- 
ice ice 


Over 

18 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
20 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
21 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
23 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
24 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
26 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

27 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
30 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


General of the Armies of the | 
United States _ .- 
















Major general 

Brigadier general. 


$666. 67 $666. 67 
500.00 500.00 


$666. 67 
500. 00 


$666. 67 $666. 67 $666. 67 
500.00 .500.001 .500.00 


$666. 67 $666. 67 
500.00 .500.00 


$666. 67 
500. 00 

483.33 
483. 33 

483. 33 


$666. 67 
500.00 


Colonel: 
Over 26 vears' service . 










466. 67 


500. 00 


First appt. above captain. -J 416.67 
Apptd. under act June 4, 

1920 1 416.67 

Less than 26 years' service .. 364. 58 
Lieutenant colonel : 
Over 30 years' service 


416.67 

416.67 
364. 58 


433. 33 

433. 33 
379. 17 


433. 33 

433. 33 
379. 17 


450.00 

450.00 
393. 75 


450. 00 

450.00 
393. 75 


466. 67 

466.67 
408.33 


466. 67 
466. 67 


500. 00 
500.00 

479. 17 


Over 20, less than 30 years. .% 






379. 17 
379. 17 

379. 17 


393.75 39R. 75 


408. 33 
408. 33 

408. 33 


408. 33 
408. 33 

408. 33 


422. 92 
422. 92 

422. 92 




First appt. above captain 

Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920 

Less than 20 years' service .. 


364.58 

364. .58 
312.50 


364. 58 

364.58 
312. 50 


379. 17 

379. 17 
325. 00 


393. 75 
393. 75 


393. 75 
393. 75 




Major: 
Over 23 years' service.- -. . 






393. 75 


408. 33 


408. 33 


422. 92 


437. 50 


Over 14, less than 23 vears 312. ."iO 


312. 50 
312. 50 

312.50 


325.00 325.00 
325.00 325.00 

325.00 325.00 


337. 50 
337. 50 

337. 50 




First appt. above 2d lieut... 


312. 50 
312. 50 












Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920 












Less than 14 years' service... 






1 




Captain: 
Over 17 vears' service 




312. 50 


325.00 325.00 


337. 50 


337. 50 


350.00 


350.00 


362. 50 


375.00 


Over 7, less than 17 years .. 


250. 00 
250. 00 

250. 00 




First appt. above 2d lieut 


















Present rank July 1, 1920, or 
earlier _ 


















Less than 7 years' service 


















First lieutenant: 

Over 10 years' service 

Over 3, less than 10 vears 


250. 00 


250. 00 


260.00 260.00 


270.00 


270. 00 


280. 00 


280.00 


290.00 


300. 00 


First appt. above 2d lieut 


























1 














Second lieutenant: 

Over 5 years' service 

Less than 5 years' service . 


208. 33 


208. 33 


1 
216. 67| 216.67 


225.00 


225.00 


233. 33 


233. 33 


241. 67 


250.00 








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' The pay of the General of the Armies of the United States is $13,.500 per annum, with such rental and 
subsistence allowances as may be fi.xed by the President. 

Notes. — The maximum allowances which will accrue to an officer below the grade of brigadier general, 
to a brigadier general, or to a major general, will be such that the total of base pay, pay for length of service, 
and allowances for subsistence and rental of quarters will not exceed $7,200, $7,500, and $9,700, respectively, 
per annum. 

The tot;il of base pay and pay for length of service of an officer below the grade of colonel shall not exceed 
$5,750 per annum. 

Increase of pay for foreign service, and commutation of quarters, heat, and light are repealed, effective 
July 1, 1922. 

In addition to the rates of pay shown in the table, commissioned officers receive a daily allowance for 
"subsistence " and "rental of quarters." The subsistence allowance is payable at all times, and for officers 
without dependents is a fixed amount. The amount of subfistence allowance of officers with dependents 
depends upon rank and length of service. The amount of rental allowance depends upon the duty status 
of the officer— whether or not he is assigned Government quarters for himself and dependents, his rank, 
asd length of service. 



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NAVY PAY TABLES 

Rates of Pay of Commissioned Officers on Active Duty 



EANK 


Pay 


Personal 
cash al- 
lowance 


RANK 


Pay 


Admirals 


$8, 000 
8,000 


$2, 200 
500 


Rear admirals (upper half) $8 nno 


Vice admirals .. .. 


Rear admirals (lower half) 


6,000 







CAPTAIN 



Un- 
der 
3 
years 



Over 26 years' service 

Less than 26 years' service.. ^$3, 500 
Staff, selected to captain.. .1 4,000 



Over I Over 

3 6 

years years 



Over I Over 

9 12 

years years 



Over 

15 
years 



Over 

18 
years 



Over 
21 

years 



Over 

24 
years 



Over 

26 
years 



Over 

27 

years 



Over 

30 
years 



$5, 600 $5, 800 $6, 000 

$3. 675 $3, 850 $4, 025 $4, 200;$4, 375 $4. 550iS4, 725 $4, 900' | 

4,200| 4,400 4,600, 4,800 5,000, 5,2001 5, 400i 5,600! 

It! r I r I I I i 



COMMANDER 



SERVICE 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 
3 

years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 
9 

years 


Over 
12 

years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 

20 
years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 

years 


Over 30 vears' service. . ... 
























$5, 750 


Over 20 but less than 30 
















$4, 550 


$4, 725 


$4,900 


$5, 075 




With less than 20 years' 
service . 


$3, 000 


.te. 150 


$3,300 
3,850 


$3, 450 
4,025 


$3, 600 


.■SS. 750 


$3, 900 
4,550 




Staff, selected to comman- 
der 


3,500 3.675 


4,200 4.375 

































LIEUTENANT COMMANDER 



SERVICE 


Un- 
der 
3 

years 


Over 
3 

years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 

9 
years 


Over 

12 
years 


Over 

14 
years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 
23 

years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 
27 

years 


Over 

30 
years 


Over 23 j'ears' service 




















$4, 725 


$4,900 


$5,075 


$5, 250 


Over 14 but less than 












$3, 600 


S3. 750 


$3,900 


$4,050 




With less than 14 
years' service 


$2, 400 
3,000 


$2, 520 
3,150 


$2,640 
3,300 


$2, 760 
3,450 


$2, 880 
3,600 












First appointed 

































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Rates of Pay of Commissioned Officers on Active Duty — Continued 



LIEUTENANT 



SERVICE 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 

3 
yeirs 


Over 
6 

years 


Over 

7 
years 


Over 

9 
years 


Over 

12 

years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

17 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 

24 

years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 

j'ears 


Over 17 years' serv- 
ice 
















$3,750 


$3,900 


$4,050 


$4,200 


$4,350 


$4,500 


Over 7 but less than 
17 years' service. . 








$2, 640 


$2, 760 


$2,880 


$3,000 




With less than 7 
years' service 


$2,000 
2,400 

2,400 


$2, 100 
2,520 

2,520 


$2,200 
2,640 

2,640 














First appointed 
above ensign 






















Commissioned as 
lieutenant from or 
prior to July 1, 1920 













































LIEUTENANT (JUNIOR GRADE) 



SERVICE 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 

3 
years 


Over 
6 

years 


Over 
9 

years 


Over 

10 
years 


Over 

12 
years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over Over 

21 j 24 
years, years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 
30 

years 


Over 10 years' service 










$2, 760 


$2, 880 


$3,000 


$3,120 


$3, 240 $3. 260 


$3,480 


$3,600 


Over 3 but less than 10 
vears' service .. .. . 




$2,100 


$2,200 


$2,300 








With less than 3 years' serv- 
ice 


$1, 500 


















First appointed above en- 
sign.. 


2,000 

















































ENSIGN 



SERVICE 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 
3 

years 


Over 

5 
years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over Over 

9 12 
years years 


Over Over 

15 18 
years, years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 
24 

years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 
years 


Over 5 years' service 






$2, 100 


$2,200 


1 
$2,300'$2.400 


$2, 500 $2. 600 


$2,700 


$2,800 


$2, 900 


$3,000 


With less than 5 years' 
service 


$1,500 


$1, 575 



































Notes. — The rates of pay shown in the above table becomes effective on July 1, 1922, for all commissioned 
officers except: That those oflicers whose base pay plus longevity (under the act of May 13, 1908) is, on June 
30, 1922, in excess of their pay ps given above shall contmue to receive the bsse pay plus longevity to which 
entitled on June 30, 1922, until sach time r.s their piy under the above table exceeds this amount. An 
officer's rental and subsistence allowances according to grade and length of service, become effective July 1, 
1922, whether or not he retains his old rate of pay. 

Rental allowances do not accrue to any olficer on shore duty furnished public quarters or to officers 
without dependents when on sei or field duty. 

When the total of p ly and allowances e.\ceeds $7,200 the rental allowance shall be reduced by the amount 
of the excess above $7,200. 

In addition to the rites of pay shown in the table, co nmissioned officers receive a daily allowance for 
"subsistence"' and "rental of quarters." The subsistence allowance is payable at all tiaies, and for officers 
without dependents is a fixed amount. The amount of subsistence allowance of o.'Bccrs with dependents 
depends upon rank and length of service. The amount of rental allowance depends upon the duty status 
of the officer — whether or not he is assigned Government qu.f.rters for himself and dependents, his rank 
and length of service. 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE CIVIL SERVICE 



Number of Employees in Each Branch of the Federal Executive Civil 
Service on June 30, 1927, with Totals for November 11, 1918 (Armistice 
Date), and Later Dates, CoxMPRisiiVO Classified and Unclassified 
(Which Includes Presidential) Positions ' 

[Compiled by United States Civil Service Coramission] 



DEPARTMENT OR OFFICE 



The White House 

State Department 

Treasury Dt'pnrtnient 

Wrir Department 

Justice Dep. rtn.ent 

Post Office Department 

Navy Department 

Interior Dep<!rtnient - -- 

Asriculture Department 

Commerce Department 

Labor Department 

Government Printing Office 

Smithsonian Institution 

Interstate Commerce Commission — 

Civil Service Commission 

Bureau of Efficiency - 

Federal Trade Commission 

Shipping Bo'ird _ 

Alien Property Custodian 

Tariff Commission 

Employees Compensation Commis- 
sion 

Federal Board for Vocational Educa- 
tion 

Panama Canal 

Public Buildings and Public Parks 

of the National Capital — 

General Accounting Office 

Veterans' Bureau 

Railroad Administration » _ 

Commission of Fine Arts 

War Finance Corporation * 

National Advisory Committee for 

Aeronautics 

Federal Reserve Board ' 

Board of Tax Appeals 

Board of Mediation 



Total 

number 

June 30, 

1927 



Total 559, 138 



46 i 

4,359 I 

51,532 I 

42, 292 

3,671 

2 308, 740 

43, 425 

16, 350 

21, 702 

14,964 

3,987 

4,080 

528 

1,917 

457 

71 

293 

1,632 

208 

206 

71 

68 
9,926 

2,264 

1,968 

23,696 

50 

2 

86 

169 
204 
137 
37 



In District of Columbia 



Total Men Women 



46 

609 
14, 090 
4, 101 

724 
3,906 
5,576 
3,465 
4,831 
4,343 

619 
4,080 

528 
1,372 

338 
71 

293 
<829 

208 

196 

71 

68 

75 

2,264 
1,968 
4,657 

47 
2 

41 

23 
185 
137 

37 



43 

325 

6,210 

2,357 

492 

3,117 

4,449 

2,225 

2,821 

2.734 

278 

3,232 

391 

1,044 

130 

49 

205 

479 

107 

123 

21 

33 
61 

1,722 
1,215 
1,446 

32 
2 

26 

11 
99 
62 
26 



35, 567 



3 

284 

7,880 

1,744 

232 

789 

1,127 

1,240 

2,010 

1,609 

341 

848 

137 

328 

208 

22 

88 

350 

101 

73 

50 

35 

14 

542 

753 

3,211 

15 



Outside District of (Columbia 



Total 



3,750 
37, 442 
38, 191 

2.947 
304, 834 
37, 849 
12, 885 
16.871 
10. 621 

3,368 



545 
119 



803 ] 



9,851 



19. 039 
3 



146 
19 



Men Women 



2,344 
30, 702 
34,481 

2, 358 

278,314 

35, 575 

10, 701 

14, 590 

9,834 

2,749 



1,406 

6,740 

3,710 

589 

5 26, 520 

2,274 

2,184 

2,281 

787 

619 



532 
66 



24,233 



9,391 



11,922 
2 



139 
19 



499. 338 444, 369 



190 
.... 



7,117 
1 



54, 969 



War Expansion and Reduction Since Armistice 



DATE 


Total 


In Dis- 
trict of 
Columbia 


Outside 
District of 
Colu.nbia 


DATE 


Total 


In Dis- 
trict of 
Columbia 


Outside 
District of 
Columbia 


June 30, 1916 

Nov. 11, 1918 

July 31, 1920 

July31, 1921 

JuneSO, 1922_ 

June 30, 1923 

Dee. 31, 1923 


'438, 057 
3 917.760 
3 691,116 
597, 482 
560, 863 
548. 531 
544, 671 


39, 442 
117,760 
90, 559 
78, 865 
69, 980 
66, 290 
65, 025 


398.615 
3 800, 000 
3 600, 557 
518,617 
490, 883 
482, 241 
479, 646 


June 30, 1924 

Dec. 31, 1924 

June 30, 1925 _ 

Dec. 31, 1925 

June 30, 1926. 

Dec. 31, 1926 

June 30, 1927. 


554, 986 

555, 619 
564, 718 
548, 077 
560, 705 
546, 341 
559, 138 


64, 120 
66, 079 
63, 756 
61,509 
60, 811 
59, 569 
59, 800 


490, 866 
489, 540 
500, 962 
486, 568 
499, 894 
486, 772 
499, 338 



1 Does not includes legislative or judicial services, nor the commissioned, warranted or enlisted personnel 
of the military, naval, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard services, nor the government of the District of 
Columbia. 

2 Includes 13,200 clerks at third-class offices, 203 screen-wagon contractors, 274 carriers for offices having 
special supply, 5,528 clerks in charge of contract stations, 11,215 star route contractors, and 271 steamboat 
contractors. Does not include 34,809 clerks at fourth-class offices who are employed and paid by the post- 
master, and 22,131 mail messengers not included in previous computations. 

3 Appro.ximated. 

< Includes administrative offices of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or in 
warehouses or employees on vessels. 
' Positions not subject to the civil service act. 

150 



INDIVIDUAL INDEX 



PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL TITLE, STATION, LEGAL RESIDENCE, AND COMPENSATION 
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 

Abbott, Arthur H 74 

Abbott, Qrace_ 98 

Abbott, Sowall W 108 

Achi, William C, jr 137 

Acker, A. Lincoln. _ 19 

Acker, W. Bertrand 51 

Ackerman, Ralph H 88 

Acuff, Harmon O 108 

Adams, Franklin 129 

Adams, George H 86 

Adams, George W 60 

Adams, Harry E 64 

Adams, Henry P 64 

Adams, John A 75 

Adams, John D 52 

Adams, Lionel H 71 

Adams, R. E 94 

Adamson, William C 20 

Addleman, Oliver G 14 

Aderhold, Arthur C 43 

Adler, Simon L.. 140 

Agee, Fred B 75 

Agnew, Lt. Col. Ernest H... 29 

Aiken, Harold L 35 

Aimone, Victor A 110 

Ainsworth, Seth M 91 

Aitchison, Clyde B 100 

Akin, C.V 24 

Alberts, Hugo W 63 

Albright, Horace M 58 

Alden, W. C 56 

Alderman, Lewis R 55 

Ale, John H 109 

Alexander, Acel C _ . 15 

Alexander, James R 58 

Alexander, P. C 14 

Ale.xander, William H 64 

Alfaro, Dr. Oregorio Araoz... 129 

Allanson, Henry E 73 

Allee, Gail D 110 

Allen, Arthur B 14 

Allen, C.B 14 

Allen, Charles R 111 

Allen, Chester D 110 

Allen, Collins B _ 20 

Allen. Edgar A 53 

Allen, Edwin W 63 

Allen, Fred D 124 

Allen, Guv F 26 

AUen, }Iarlan C 92 

Allen, James S 138 

Allen, Jessie M 73 

Allen, Leslie J 71 

Allen, Lineus H. 69 

Allen, M. Eleanor 55 

Allen, Mary Pratt 128 

Allen, R. L 24 

Allen, Capt. Richard 29 

Allen, Maj. Gen. Robert H.. 28 

Allen, Ronald 88 

Allen, Russel K 52 

Allen, T. Warren 81 

Allen, William D., jr 18 

Allewelt, William F 83 

Allport, F. W 88 

Allport, R. H 57 

Allsup, Forest G 15 

Allyn, William E 15 

Alps, Henry F 64 

Alschuler, Samuel 134 

Alter, J. Cecil 64 

Althouse, Rue ben C. 84 



Page 

Alvord, Elias C... 107 

Ames, Joseph S 118 

Ames, Col. Thales L.... 39 

Amey, Harry B.. 143 

Amidon, Charles F 141 

A mo, Ross P 103 

Anderson, Aaron E 82 

Anderson, Albert B 134 

Anderson, Col. Alvord Van P. 41 

Anderson, Chandler P 112 

Anderson, Charles W 15 

Anderson, E. D 105 

Anderson, George W 133 

Anderson, Harry B_._ 143 

Anderson, Herbert L 107 

Anderson, James H 15 

Anderson, L. E 102 

Anderson, L. S 94 

Anderson, Mary 99 

Anderson, Mclanchton O 69 

Anderson, Oscar P 21 

Anderson, Palmer E 137 

Anderson, Simeon D 75 

Anderson, T. B. H.. 25 

Anderson, Viola Russell 98 

Andree, Hermann J 64 

Andrew, Maj. George S 39 

Andrews, Charles K 98 

Andrews, Frank.. 82 

Andrews, Frank E 75 

Andrews, John E 102 

Andrews, Rear Admiral 

Philip 48 

Andrews, S. F 105 

Aona, A. K 137 

Apostol, Silverio 37 

Apple, J. L 30 

Appleton, Frederic L 15 

Arclier, E. B 25 

Archer, Finch R 43 

Ardery, Maj. Edward D 31 

Arentson, Carl B._ 76 

.Armington, John H 64 

Armstrong, C 25 

Armstrong, Ernest P 15 

Armstrong, H. C 94 

Armstrong, Paul 99 

Armstrong, S. E. 20 

Armstrong, William M 18 

Arnold, Arthur 144 

.Arnold, Julean _ 88 

Arnold, LeRoy D 54 

Arnold, Thomas A 85 

Arnold, Chaplain William R. 28 

Aronoff, E. Joseph Ill 

Arthur, C. O 101 

Arthur, O. Fred 75 

Arundell, C. Rogers 108 

.\sbury, Calvin H 53 

Aselmeyer, .A.J 25 

.\sendorf, Albert 55 

Ash, George T 87 

Ashbrook, Frank G 78 

Ashburn, Maj. Gen. T. Q... 105 

Ashe, Samuel A 141 

.\shenberger, Albert 64 

Ashford, F. .\ 25 

Ashley, .\lex McC 62 

Ashley, Frederick W _. 7 

Ashley, William 52 

Ashley, William O., jr 15 

Ashmore, Claudius D 72 

Ashmun, R. N 113 

Ashworth, Elbridge H 21 



Page 

.Ashworth, George W 19 

Ashworth, Reid R 127 

Asue, Manuel 137 

Atherton, Ira K 70 

Atkinson, Harry H 140 

.\twell, William H 143 

Aucr, Maj. Harry A 42 

.-lufente, John R. 69 

Aukam, George C 127 

Austin, Col. Fred T 42 

Austin, H. W 23 

Austin, Lt. Col. William A.. 41 

Austin, William L 87 

Avancena, Ramon 38 

.Avery, Sherwood H 90 

Awtrey, John 62 

A.xton, Chaplain John T 28 

Ayers, E.J 12 

B 

Babbitt, E. G_ 89 

Babcock, Omar L 64 

Babcock, Col. W. C 120 

Bach, Glenn R 79 

Bachman, B. M 125 

Back, Ernest A 78 

Backus, C. D 95 

Badger, L. F 25 

Baer, Phil E 143 

Baggarly, Franklin C 107 

Bahrenburg, L. P. H 23 

Bailev, Cheslev W. 109 

Bailey, Edward E... 124 

Bailey, Forbes E 83 

Bailey, Frederick J 26 

Bailey, T. F 30 

Bailey, Thomas Jennings 145 

Bain, Maj. Jarvis J 32 

Baines, Matthew R 110 

Bair, Bert E 6 

Baird, Maj. Henry W 28 

Baity, J. L ._ 116 

Baker, A. B 123 

Baker, Arthur C 78 

Baker, Charles A 21 

Baker, Harold G 137 

Baker, S. Josephine 98 

Baker, Sybil.. 126 

Baker, Thomas J 85 

Baker, William Eli 144 

Balcom, R. W 86 

Baldridge, P. R 14 

Baldwin, Charles E 97 

Baldwin, Elbert 89 

Baldwin, Elmer I 51 

Baldwin, G. Clyde... 57 

Baldwin, James W_ 43 

Baldwin, Mark 78 

Baldwin, Owen N 91 

Baldwin, Col. Theodore A., 

jr. 39 

Baldwin, Thomas M.,jr 124 

Ball, Carleton R 73 

Ball, Col. George E 40 

Ball, Homer W 64 

Ballou. Frank W 126 

Balls, Alfred G 59 

Balmer, James W 54 

Baltzell. Robert C 137 

Bancroft, Levi H 144 

Bane, Marshall 16 

Banks, C. E 23 

Banks, Frank A 58 

Banks, James J 137 

151 



152 



Official Register, 1927 — Individual Index 



Page 

Bannigan, T. J 109 

Bannister, D. A HO 

Barber, Orion M 145 

Barbot, Wingate P 82 

Barbour, Arnold \V 60 

Barclay, Frank U 44 

Bardeison, Samuel 104 

Barden, Col. William J 32,39 

Bardroir, John T 124 

Barger, John A 71 

Barker, Frank E 52 

Barker, H. 95 

Barker, Howard W Ill 

Barker, J. A 119 

Barker, Stephen 101 

Barmeier, Harry 80 

Barnard, Morris M 128 

Barnaud, Albert J 90 

Barndollar, Burton H 59 

Barnes, Frank B.. 27 

Barnes, George O 13 

Barnes, P. Livingston 56 

Barnes, Will C 74,122 

Barnett, Claribel R 63 

Barnette, Dudley P., jr 92 

Barnhart, Earl V,' Ill 

Barnhart, Emmett P 68 

Barhnart, Hermann B 6 

Barns, John T 17 

Barr, Capt. Robert S 34 

Barre, William W 45 

Barrett, John T.. 105 

Barrett, William H 136 

Barringer, Thomas C 89 

Barron, Charles B 83 

Barron, William E 64 

Barrows, Capt. R. Q... 32 

Bartel, William P 100 

Bartelt, Edward F 13 

Barthold, Edwin W 68 

Bartholomew, J. A_ 95 

Bartlett, Calvin W 115 

Bartlett, John H 44 

Bartley, Ouy 105 

Baruch, Ismar.. 115 

Bash, Col. Louis H 29 

Bashore, Harry W 58 

Baskette, Col. Alvin K. 41 

Bass, James W 15 

Bassett, Harry. _ 116 

Batchelder, Edward D 13 

Batcheller, Arthur... 87 

Bateman, Robert E 79 

Bates, Charles M 137 

Bates, Henry A 89 

Bates, Louis W 47 

Bates, P. H 90 

Batschelet, Clarence E 87 

Bauer, Louis H 87 

Baugh, James A 17 

Baugh, James B., jr 115 

Baumann, Ernest H 69 

Baumert, Andrew, jr 15 

Baumgarten, L. E 54 

Baxley, James H 110 

Baver, Charles J 79 

Baylor, Adelaide S 111 

Beach, John S 55 

Beal, Walter H 63 

Beales, LeVerue 87 

Beam, Charles A 76 

Beaman, W. M 56 

Bean, Capt. Carlos 47 

Bean, Cecil N 93 

Bean, L. W 20 

Bean, Robert S 141 

Bean, Thaddeus R_ 126 

Bean, William S 25 

Beane, E. A 87 

Bearce, H. W 90, 120 

Beard, Henry G._ 141 

Beaton, E. W 20 

Beaumont, Col. John C 48 

Beck, Charles G 109 

Beck, Earl J 56 

Beck, Henry L 92 

Becker, Charles J 71 

Becker, George G 85 



Page 
Becker, Louis J 14 

Becker, Luther 88 

Becker, Niles R 20 

Beckett, James F.._ 127 

Beckham, Lt. Col. David Y. 40 

Beckman, U. D 57 

Beckmyer, May _. 21 

Beebe, Chaplain Milton O... 28 

Beeler, Lee A 143 

Behnke, Albert E 69 

Beier, Fred W., jr 82 

Belcher, E. Louise 61 

Beldeu, William S 64 

Bell, Alexander H., jr 121 

Bell, C. A 97 

Bell, Daniel W 13 

Bell, George H... 88 

Bell, Henry D 16 

Bell, Lt. Col. J. Franklin 33 

Bell, W. D 79 

Bellis, Charles E 85 

Bemis, Willard G 84 

Bender, Jacob O 14 

Bender, Maj. Louis B 35,42 

Benedict, Maurice A 76 

Benedict, Miller S 76 

Benn, E. B 144 

Benner, Harvey A 19 

Bennett, Capt. Ernest L 47 

Bennett, Hugh H 78 

Bennett, Capt. K. M 32 

Bennett, Walter J 64 

Benson, A. R 94 

Benson, Clarence O. 71 

Benson, William S 101 

Bentley, Fay L 126 

Bentlcy, Josephine C HI 

Bergere, Alfred M 52 

Bergman, William D 46 

Berne, E. A 102 

Bernsteen, A. E 141 

Berrv, Capt. J. G 22 

Berry, Lt. Col. John A 28 

Besley, Harold J 82 

Best, Ethel L.. 99 

Bethune, John F 106 

Beuret, Rear Admiral J. D.. 47 

Beyer, William R 54 

Bickers, Thomas E.. ._ 100 

Bicknell, Ernest P 129 

Biddle, Elmer R 83 

Bidwell, Percy W_. 100 

Bigelow, Richard L. P 76 

Biggs, First Lt. Reuben D... 36 

Biles, William F 70 

Bilkert, Peter E 98 

Billany, Harry H 45 

Billard, Rear Admiral F. C. 22 

Billings, Nelson J 76 

Billings, W. C 23 

Billingsiea, James H 76 

Billups, R. S 97 

Bingham, Francis S 70 

Bingham, George H 133 

Birch, Alexander C 135 

Birch, Piatt H 26 

Bird, Byron M 90 

Birdsall, G. C 128 

Birdseye, C. H 50, 122 

Birgfeld, Frank A-. 13 

Birmingham, Col. H. P 120 

Birsch, William L 80 

Birthright, Samuel F.. 4S 

Bishop, Charles W 130 

Bishop, First Lt. Hoel S., jr.. 42 

Bishop, Hubert K 81 

Bishop, Loren L.. 77 

Bishopp, Fred C. 78 

Bispham, Col. William N 42 

Bissell, Charles A 57 

Bissell, Harvey P 19 

Bitting, Harry V 17 

Bixler, Donald S 103 

Bixler, J. Louis.. _ 97 

Black, Anna E 115 

Black, Benjamin W 109 

Black, Frank O 82 

Black, William C _ _ 109 



Page 
Black, Maj. Gen. William M. 130 

Blackburn, J. W 105 

Blackball, James 75 

Blackman, Worthington 99 

Blackwell, Le Roy E 49 

Bladine, Lars E.. 14 

Blair, Clyde M 54 

Blair, D. H 14 

Blair, G. F 102 

Blair, James A 75 

Blair, Samuel 53 

Blair, Thomas A 64 

Blake, C. L... 95 

Blake, Dean 64 

Blake, William J 109 

Blalock, Shirl H 90 

Blanchard, William S 18 

Blanck, Frederich C 77 

Bland, Oscar E 145 

Blankenship, John M 102 

Blaylock, R. L 141 

Bledsoe, Edwin P 110 

Bliss, D. S 14 

Bliss, George S 64 

Bloch, Rear Admiral Claude 

C 47 

Bloom, Sol 129 

Bloxsom, Thomas T 80 

Blue, Rupert 23 

Blundon, Benjamin A 64 

Blystone, Montello E.. 64 

Boadle, Albert E.._ 89 

Boal, A. M 101 

Boardman, Evan D 19 

Boardman, Miss Mabel T.. 129 

Boaz, William 89 

Bode, A. H 99 

Bodholdt, Edward N 43 

Bodine, Joseph L 140 

Bogardus, F. H 116 

Boggess, J. S 24 

Boggess, Owen M 54 

:, Col. F. C 32 

1, George 49 

_re, Capt. Ralph H 29 

Bogman, Capt. James H. B. 42 

Bohan, M. L 89 

Bohner, Edward R 18 

Boi.se, Charles G 52 

Bolds, Harry H.... 12 

Boles, Thomas 59 

Bollinger, Howard L 70 

Bolt, Richard A 98 

Bolten, Joseph 24,58 

Bolton, Edward I 99 

Bonanno, Augustus S 28 

Bond, Frank 122 

Bondy, William_ 140 

Bonham, Raphael P 98 

Bonnett, Walter E 64 

Bonnin, Leo S 53 

Bonsted, Claude 16 

Bonynge, Robert W 112 

Boone, Q. D 26 

Boose, Lloyd 30 

Booth, Dewitt C 91 

Booth, Brig. Gen. Ewing E. 27 

Booth, Fenton W 145 

Booth, Jo5eph T 52 

Booth, Wilbur F 134 

Boothe, Rov 76 

Booton, Maj. John G 33 

Booz, T. S... 104 

Borah, Wayne G 138 

Borden, Harold L 75 

Borden, Maj. William B 30 

Borges, E. Gil 129 

Borland, Wilfred P 100 

Borthwick, Stanley 141 

Boss, William A 15 

Bostwick, Rear Admiral 

Lucius A 46 

Boudreaux, Edwin C 86 

Boundey, George L 59 

Bourquin, George M 139 

Bouton, Charles S 82 

Bouve, Clement L 114 

Bowen, J. C 97 



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Page 
Bower, Ward T._ 91 

Bowerman, George F 125 

Bowerman, Horatio B 91 

Bowers, Frank K 15 

Bowers, John E 127 

Bowie, Cliflord P 90 

Bowie, Edward H 64 

Bowie, William 92 

Bowles, Oliver 96 

Bowman, DeWitt P 16 

Bowman, Edward J 139 

Bowver, Ephraim P 112 

Boyd, Allen R 7 

Boyd, Carl B._ 54 

Bovd, James Edmund y. 141 

Bovd, \Vi)IiamI 125 

Bover, Edward A 69 

Boyer, Harry B 64 

Bover, Henrv J _ _.. 68 

Boyer, Walter S-- _.. 52 

Bovkin, James C 55 

Bovkin, Lester E 80 

Bovle, Charles W 62 

Boyle, Isaac A_ 39 

Bovnton, Charles A 143 

Boynton, H. D __ 105 

Braeev, Clarence E 63 

Bradbury, Lt. Col. Arthur W. 38 

Bradford, Ralph 20 

Bradley, Fred A 19 

Brady, John E 16 

Brady, Joseph P._._ 144 

Brady, Maj. Robert C 29 

Brainerd, Ezra, jr 100 

Branch, Karl S 83 

Brand, Albert 64 

Brand, Harrison, jr 125 

Brande, Bertram A 115 

Brandeis, Louis D 133 

Brandes, Elmer W 73 

Brandon, Benjamin F 70 

Brandt, George L 12 

Brant. Maj. Gerald C 27 

Brasch, Frederick E 7 

Brasel, Royal H 88 

Brast, Edwin A^. 15 

Bratton, Col. Thomas S 41 

Brauer, Rudolph S 45 

Bray, C. D _ 108 

Brav, Thomas A 68, 70 

Brazell, Roy . 58 

Brearley, James A_._ 93 

Brees, Col. Herbert J 42 

Breid. Jacob. __ 54 

Breiuina. Harold W 109 

Breitenstein, Daniel F 140 

Bremraerman, Charles H 126 

Brennan, Roland M 125 

Breshears, Frank M 137 

Brett, Maj. M. L 34 

Breuer, Louis H 139 

Brewer, Frank B 110 

Brewer, Col. Thomas L 36 

Brewster, Lt. Col. Alden F.. 28 

Brewster, Elisha H 138 

Brewster, George F 110 

Briar, John 61 

Bricker, Col. Edwin D 35 

Bride, William W 124 

Bridges, Brig. Gen. Charles 

H _ 28 

Briggs, Frank H 145 

Briggs, Lyman J 90 

Brigham, Lt. Col. C. E 38 

Brigham, Reuben 64 

Bright, Joseph S... 8! 

Brightwell, Margaret D 116 

Brinton, Clement S 86 

Brist, Frederick W 64 

Bristol, John B 59 

Bristol, Lt. Col. Matt C 41 

Britt, George W. B 16 

Britt, James J- 18 

Britton, Bernhardt R 80 

Broadbent, Sam R 77 

Brock, Lee 15 

Brodbeek, George 142 

Brody, John A 109 

Bronaugh, Frank H 48 

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Bronson, Ralph B_ 100 

Brookbank, Roscoe E 71 

Brooke, ("apt. John R., jr 39 

Brooke, Maj. Mark 31 

Brooks, Clarence C 89 

Brooks, Herbert L. 51 

Brooks, J. A 103 

Brooks, Theron C__-_ 22 

Brossard, Edgar B 106 

Brothers, Charles S 62 

Brotzman, William S... 64 

Broughton, William S 13 

Brown, Lt. Col. Arthur W.. 41 

Brown, B. W 23 

Brown, Maj. Carey H 121 

Brown, Charles D 99 

Brown, Dell 91 

Brown, Col. Earl I.. 32 

Brown, Kdgar 73 

Brown, Ehzabeth B 46 

Brown, Ernest W 126 

Brown, Col. Frederick M 29 

Brown, Frederick W 115 

Brown, G. Elmer 17 

Brown, George Stewart 20 

Brown, George W. N 91 

Brown, Gilbert D. 76 

Brown, Henry E 69 

Brown, Henry R. Ill 

Brown, Herbert D 114 

Brown, Hugh A 57 

Brown, Capt. J. E 34 

Brown, J. I 95 

Brown, Jack 55 

Brown, James P 84 

Brown, John B 54 

Brown, Col. Lytle 39 

Brown, Martin 139 

Brown, Maj. Gen. Preston... 39 

Brown, R. P 97 

Brown, Raymond C 61 

Brown, William E 10 

Brown, William L 7 

Browne, Lt. Col. Beverly F.. 40 

Browne, Charles A 77 

Browne, Rhodric W 110 

Brownson, Admiral Willard 

H 130 

Bruce, Charles 84 

Bruce, Howard _.. 33 

Bruce, John C 126 

Bruce, William Cabell. 130 

Brueggeman, Bessie Parker.. 116 

Brumbaugh, N. J_ 94 

Brunner, Henry C 47 

Brunot, F. R 25 

Brunson, Glen A 18 

Brvan, Frank B., jr 124 

Brvan, Capt. Henry F 50 

Bryan, Herbert 68 

Bryan, James B 98 

Brvan, Levin L 79 

Brvan, Nathan P 134 

Brvan, William M 24 

Bryant. Charles G 141 

Bryant, Frederick H 140 

Bryant, Hal F 82 

Bryant, K. K 25 

Bryant, Levi 69 

Bryant, Randolph 143 

Bryson, Mizell 109 

Buchanan, Capt. Allen 46 

Buckingham, Earle 120 

Buckler, Clarence H 45 

Bucklev, Edward D 16 

Bucklev, Frank _. 18 

Bucklev, John 136 

Bucklev, John S 67 

Buehler, William Cox 59 

Buell, Herbert L 31 

Buffinglon, Joseph.. 133 

Buliington, William E 44 

Buhrman, Parker W 12 

Bulger, John K.- 93 

Bullion, Clarence L 51 

Bullock, Charles A 91 

Buntin, John A 53,54 

Burch, Dallas S.._ 67 

Burchard, E. D 57 



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Burchard, E. F 56 

Burden, Oliver D. 140 

Burdette, Maj. Allen M 40 

Burgess, Albert F 78 

Burgess, George K 90, 

117,118,120 

Burgess, (^ol. Harry 104 

Burgess, First Lt. Walter K. 37 

Burgin, Maj. Henry T. 28 

Burke, Charles H.. 53 

Burke, David A 35,103 

Burke, Frank S. W 127 

Burke, James G 89 

Burke, William J 58 

Burkhalter, John T 24 

Burklin, R. Reyburn. 107 

Burlew, Ebert K... 51 

Burlingame, Everett H 17 

Burlingame, Guy E 126 

Burlingame, Luther D 120 

Burnet, David.. 17 

Burnett, Alfred E 98 

Burnett, Samuel T _ 137 

Burnhani, Charles W 91 

Burns, Alexander G 64 

Burns, Cecil B.... 84 

Burns, Maj. J. H 34 

Burns, Louis H.. 138 

Burns, Lowell C... 16 

Burns, Mark L 54 

Burns, Maj. William F 40 

Burpee, Lawrence J 113 

Burrell, Bert H_ 58 

Burton, H. Ralph 129 

Burton, Ishmael 107 

Burton, R. O. .■ 13 

Burwell, Maj. Harvey B. S.. 37 

Buscher, Andrew C 127 

Bush, Daniel P 6 

Bush, Porter L 60 

Busha, Charles T.,jr 109 

Busick, Adrien F 107 

Busman, Herman 68 

Bustamente, Joaquin C 114 

Butin, George E 72 

Butler, Arthur R 115 

Butler, Asa W..._ 139 

Butler, George W.... 68 

Butler, Hugh D 89 

Butler, J. Homer 113 

Butler, Jarvis... 118, 119 

Butler, Maj. John S 32 

Butler, OUie M . 90 

Butler, Pierce 133 

Butler, Ulysses _ 100 

Butman, Arthur B 88 

Butt, J. W. S.._ 101 

Butte, George C. 38 

Butterfield, Earl C 73 

Butterfield, Lynnford C 71 

Butts, Halleck A 89 

Butts, Thomas... 89 

Buyers, Maj. Archie S 40 

Byerley, John H 70 

Byington, L. B.. -... 25 

Bvram, John W 64 

Byrd, Dr. J. L.. 104 

Byrne, Joseph V 109 

Byrnes, J. Wise 73 

C 

Cadmus, R. Y.._ 87 

Cadwallader, Charles L 80 

Cadv, JohnB 45 

Caemmerer, H. P 120 

Cahill, Capt. H. F. K 111 

Caine, Charles E 44 

Caine, John T., ni_ 67 

Calder, A. Bland 89 

Caldwell, George R 71 

Caldwell, John D.. 52 

Caldwell, John K 120 

Calhoun, C. H... 104 

Calhoun, Herbert C 53 

Call, Maj. Lewis W 108 

Call, Rhydon M 136 

Callahan, Joshua B 51 

Callan, Brig. Gen. Robert E. 28 



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Callander, William F 82 

Callen, Richard C 136 

Callender, Maj. George R... 30 

Callister, Thomas A 17 

Calvert, Kdgar B 64 

Calvert, Thomas J 109 

Camden, Capt. B. II 22 

Cameron, Thomas F 124 

Cammerer, Arno B 58 

Camp, Ernest W 18 

Campbell, Col. Archibald. -_ 39 

Campbell, Balem C 16 

Campbell, E. H 14 

Campbell, Rear Admiral 

Edward 11 48 

Campbell, Edward K 145 

Campbell, F. L 138 

Campbell, Fred C 53 

Campbell, Ilenrv B 93 

Campbell, J. B 100 

Campbell, John S 84 

Campbell, Louis J 18 

Campbell, Marcus B 140 

Campbell, Maurice 18 

Campbell, Roy..- 19 

Campbell, Lt. Col. Tilman.. 41 

Campbell, Walter G 62,85 

Canaday, Hamil A 52 

Canby, Col. James 41 

Canfleld, Charles H 71 

Canfield, Harry L 91 

Cannon, Luther S. 14 

Cant, William A 139 

Canty, George R 89 

Capper, Arthur 122 

Capps, Rear Admiral Wash- 
ington L 122 

Cardon, A. F_- 21 

Carl, Leslie M 82 

Carlson, Vivian... 115 

Carlton, John A 109 

Carlton, S. G 103 

Carmack, L. V 37 

Carmelia, F. A 24 

Carmichael, D. A 23 

Carmine, Capt. G. C 22 

Carnachan, Thomas W 69 

Carnes, E. H 25 

Carnes, J. H 94 

Carpenter, Albert H 70 

Carpenter, George A 137 

Carr, Walter E * 98 

Carr, Wilbur J 12 

Carrington, John 127 

Carrington, P. M 23 

Carroll, Charles C 67 

Carroll, William P 83 

Carruthers, Lemuel A. 88 

Carson, Ernest 64 

Carson, Kit J 16 

Carson, Ma.\ H. 57 

Carter, Earl H 71 

Carter, Edward E 73 

Carter, George H 6,117 

Carter, H. J 138 

Carter, Paul I 110 

Carter, Peyton 53 

Carusi, Charles F 126 

Carusi, Ugo J. A 43 

Gary, Edward F 69 

Ca.se, Daniel H _. 137 

Case, George S 120 

Casey, Lt. Col. Henry R 42 

Cash, B. K 119 

Cash, Frank E 96 

easier, William A 91 

Casper, Adolph M 68 

Cassie, Earl W 128 

■Casteel, Calvin 58 

Castle, William R., jr 12 

•Castner, Brig. Gen. Joseph C. 42 

Casto, George D 108 

Castor, Thomas 69 

Caswell, Irving A. 19 

Catala, Juan Varas 71 

Catron, Maj. Thomas B 28 

■Cattell, Roscoe A._ 96 

Cavanah, Charles C 137 



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Cavanaugh, Helen L 125 

Cayton, Nathan 127 

Cecil, George II 76 

Cely, Homer M_. 85 

Chaffee, Robert W 32 

Chalmers, Henry 88 

Chamberlain, John A 126 

Chamberlain, Thomas K 91 

Chamberlain, Col. W. P 104 

Chamberlin, Edward H 118 

Chamberlin, James E 21 

Chambers, Abdon P. 79 

Chambers, Howard 17 

Chambers, Wilfred E Ill 

Champlin, Louis F 83 

Chaney, Maj. James E 37 

Chaney, Lucian W.. 97 

Channing, Alice 98 

Chapman, Celia B 60 

Chapman, Thomas P 115 

Chappelear, Col. Louis S 40 

Chappell, Ralph H... 21 

Chardon, Carlos E 38 

Charest, C. M 14 

Charlton, Marquis A 80 

Charlton, Rushton 11 77 

Charron, Arthur I 133 

Chase, Maj. E. H 34 

Chase, H.E.. 110 

Chase, Paul Addison 43 

Chase, Will H._ _... 80 

Cheatham, Maj. Gen. B. F.. 29 

Cheesman, William H 78 

Cheney, Col. Sherwood A.. 31,39 

Chilcott, E. Channing 73 

Childress, John W 125 

Childs, James B 7 

Childs, Virgil C 82 

Chisum, Maj. Jenner Y 36 

Chittenden, Cecil R 99 

Chretien, Alfred J 140 

Christensen, Chris L 82 

Christensen, James 72 

Christensen, Mart T 52 

Christian, S. L 24 

Christy, A 14 

Christy, Donald F ^ 82 

Christy, Rear Admiral H. H. 50 

Christy, John W 143 

Church, Verne H 82 

Clagett, Maj. Henry B 41 

Clapp, EarleH 73 

Clapp, Leo G__. 64 

Clarahan, Charles H 44 

Clark, Alexander H 145 

Clark, Arthur I.. 19 

Clark, Arthur R 137 

Clark, Burr W 74 

Clark, Charles C 64 

Clark, Clarence D 113 

Clark, Edward T 11 

Clark, Eugene A 126 

Clark, Maj. Frank S 28 

Clark, George E 121 

Clark, Harry C._. 144 

Clark, Capt. Henry C 42 

Clark, J. Wood 142 

Clark, Joseph S 72 

Clark, Lew B 89 

Clark, Omer W 109 

Clark, Robert E 75 

Clark, Taliaferro 23 

Clark, Capt. Thomas L 30 

Clark, W. A. Graham 106 

Clark, W. D., jr. 124 

Clark, W. E 107 

Clark, William 140 

Clark, William Mansfield 26 

Clarke, Harry G 110 

Clarke, J. O _ 86 

Clarke, Jesse C 59 

Clarke, Jesse W 15 

Clarke, Lee M 85 

Clarke, Marshall B 107 

Clarkson, Frank... SO 

Claybourn, J. G 104 

Clayton, Henry D 134 

Cleary, Francis J. P 63 



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Clegg, Cecil H... 135 

Clement, Charles B 72 

Clemmons, Ballard H.. 115 

Cliffe, Adam C 137 

Chft, J. W 94 

Clifton, Lt. Col. Alfred T. 35,40 

Cline, Genevieve 19 

Cline, Isaac M 64 

Cline, Joseph L... . 65 

Clopton, Lt. Col. William 

H.,jr 30 

Close, Wilbur L 83 

Clotts, Herbert V 53 

Cloud, Joel E 69 

Clute, Frank R... 17 

Coad, Bert R 78 

Coage, JelTerson S 128 

Cobb, J. O 23 

Cobb, James A 127 

Cobb, Nathan A .... 73 

Cobb, Paul.... 15 

Cobb, William T 70 

Cochran, A. M. J.._ 138 

Cochran, Ernest F 142 

Cochran, Robert A 55 

Cochrane, Walter C. 53 

Cocke, A. C 103 

Coe, Charles E 53 

Cofer, L. E._ 23 

Coffey, E. R 25 

Coffey, Richard J 58 

Coffin, William M 109 

Coffman, John D _. . 76 

Coghill, W. H 96 

Cogswell, Col. Ledyard, jr... 33 

Cogswell, Theodore 128 

Cohee, Edgar M 15 

Cohen, Barney 99 

Cohen, Walter L 20 

Cohenour, Howard H 70 

Cohnan, Edward J 78 

Cohran, John R 67 

Coker, Maj. Robert... 36 

Colbert, Leo O 92 

Colcord, Mabel . 78 

Cole, Arthur G.. 127 

Cole, Charles D.. 128 

Cole, Charles F 135 

Cole, Frank T 65 

Cole, Guv T 69 

Cole, Harvey S 65 

Cole, Robert F 100 

Cole, Rear Adm. W. C_ 49 

Coleman, Charles W ._.. 7 

Coleman, Frank H. 65 

Coleman, Frank J 140 

Coleman, Col. Frederick W.. 39 

Coleman, Robert S 99 

Coleman, William C 138 

Coles, George W 142 

Coles, Henry C _. 115 

Coles, Malcolm A 107 

Collier, Carl 116 

Collier, George W 138 

Collins, Col. Christopher C. 31 
Collins, Brig. Gen. Edgar T.. 28 

Collins, Maj. Everett 34 

Collins, Frank G 13 

Collins, Frank H 68 

Collins, G. L 24 

Collins, Guy N 73 

Collins, Lynne W 58 

Collins, Maurice .'. 126 

Collins, Lt. Col. Robert L._. 28 

Collins, W. D 57 

Collman, Herman T 65 

Collom, McLin S 65 

Colvin, Park D 44 

Colwell, J.H 94 

Comegys, Maj. E. T 30 

Comer, George P 106 

Compton, Lt. Col. Goodwin. 35, 41 

Compton, Lindlev M_ 54 

Comstock, Lt. Col. Harry E. 39 

Comstock, Harold D 58 

Concannon, Charles C 88,120 

Concklin, Edward F 121 

Congdon, George D 48 



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Conger, Norman B 65 

Conklin, D. T.-.- 39 

Conklin, Elbert, E., jr 83 

Conley, Col. Edgar T 28 

Conlin, Henry... 143 

Conner, Albert H 43 

Conner, James F 75 

Conner, Stanley H 110 

Connolly, Maj. Donald H.. 31 

Connor, Patrick 65 

Conrad, Col. Casper H., jr. . 29 

Conrad, Col. Julius T 42 

Conradis, Louis 128 

Conser, F. M 54 

Conway, John S 91 

Cook, Arthur E 97 

Cook, C.F.._ _ 96 

Cook, De Witt C 55 

Cook, Fred M 16 

Cook, George A 100 

Cook, John H.. _ 139 

Cook, Jonathan R. C CO 

Cook, Mrs. Katherine M 55 

Cook, Orator F 73 

Cook, Richard L 111 

Cook, Lt. Col. Seth \V 40 

Cooksey, George R 21,107 

Cooley, Abraham C 63 

Cooley, Charles E 85 

Coolidge, Calvin 121 

Coombs, Wade H.- 124 

Coon, W. W 53 

Coontz, Rear.\dmiral Robert 

E 49 

Cooper, Claude C 65 

Cooper, Frank 140 

Cooper, Henry F 141 

Cooper, John E.._ 18 

Cooper, Kenneth L 110 

Cooper, William L 89 

Cope, H. Norton 77 

Copcland, Edgar P 128 

Copeland, L. G 13,106 

Coppernoll, William D 135 

Corbett, Lee C 73 

Corbin, A.J 102 

Corbin, William Lee 7,123 

Corliss. Clifford G 91 

Cornell. Lt. Comdr. J. H.... 22 

Cornwall, Col. Bruce 34 

Cornwell, Frederick M 126 

Corput, G. M 23 

Correll, L. W 53 

Corry, Edwin E 31 

Cor.son, Charles 68 

Cosby, Col. Spencer 31 

Cosdon, A. C 95 

Costigan, Edward P 106 

Costigan, T. L 126 

Cotteral, John H__ 141 

Cottrell, Frederick G . . _ 77 

Cottrell, Maj. Joseph F 28 

Couch, Leo K 79 

Coulter, Harry F 87 

Cover, Louis C 65 

Coville, Frederick V 73 

Cowdrick, Howard B... 65 

Cowles, A . W 95 

Cox, Henry J 65 

Cox, O. H 24 

Cox, Comdr. Orraond L 47 

Cox, Oscar P 137 

Cox, William T 79 

Coxe, Lt. Col. Alexander B.. 42 

Covkendall. M. X 98 

Cracroft, Thomas B 109 

Cragg, Wilham B 88 

Craig, J.D.__ 113 

Craig, John.. _ 65 

Craig, Maj. Gen. Malin 40 

Craighead, Frank C 78 

Grain, Maj. J. K.__ _ 34 

Cramer, Leslie 59 

Cranmer, George T... 140 

Crans, Morwin L 70 

Craven, Capt. Thomas T 46 

Craver, Joseph E 35 

Crawford, C.W 86 



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Crawford, F. Stuart 11 

Crawford, Louis H.. 136 

Crawford, Nelson A 62,63 

Crawford, Maj. Robert W... 31 

Creel, R. H..._ 24 

Creely, Andrew J... 68 

Creighton, H. S.- 20 

Cremer, Marcellus A 89 

Creps, Clark W... 114 

Crew, H. C 95 

Crichton, J. W 102 

Crippcn, William King 58 

Crisler, Miss Clara M 52 

Crissinger, D. R 106 

Crist, Raymond F 98 

Cristy, Albert M 137 

Crittenden, Eugene G 90 

Croft, Samuel M 7 

Croisan, Edward M 19 

Croissant, Victor G 114 

Crom, George C 52 

Crone, John L 93 

Cronin, Dennis H 140 

Cronin, Patrick D_ 62 

Cronk, James W 65 

Crooks, Noah 14 

Cropley, Charles Elmore 133 

Crosby, Maj. Gen. Herbert 

B 27 

Crosley, Capt. Walter S 46 

Cross, Anne G 87 

Cross, R. W._. 103 

Grossman, Edgar A 71 

Grossman, Edgar O . 110 

Crosson, Harry J._ 109 

Crouch, Winney E 79 

Crout, Fletcher G 84 

Crowe, John W 21 

Crowlev, R. T 22 

Cruden, William H 19 

Crupper, Joseph L 19 

Cubberly, Fred C... 136 

Cubbison, Maj. Donald C... 28 

Cuddy, W. N.... 135 

Cullen, James T 68 

Cullen, Joseph C 137 

Cullen, Thomas F 43 

Culler, Clarence F 91 

Culley, Matthew J 74 

Culver, Lt. Col. Clarence C. 37 
Gumming, Surg. Gen. Hugh 

S 23,129 

Gumming, James Q 127 

Cunley, Fred M 29 

Cunningham, Edward H 106 

Cunningham, Edward J 97 

Cunningham, Frank E 145 

Cunningham, Fr^nk P 76 

Cunningham, George W 18 

Cunningham, John H 20 

Cunningham, John T 59 

Currie, Rolla P-._ 78 

Currier, William S 65 

Curry, Dr. D. P 104 

Curtice, Cooper 72 

Curtis, Frank S. 46 

Curtiss, Charles D 80 

Gushing, Charles W_ 137 

Gushing, Ernest W 26,117 

Cushman, Edward E 144 

Cu.shman, Frank Ill 

Custer, Burton B 55 

Cutcheon, C. T. M 116 

Guthbert. John T. 46 

Cutter, John D._ 109,117 

Cutting, H. O 95 

Czarnecki, Anthony 19 

D 

Dagenett, Charles E 53 

Dahl, Hans 16 

Dahlv, Oscar E 19 

Daiker, Fred H 53 

Dailey, Richard B. 65 

Daingerfield, Lawrence H 65 

Dalby, Z. Lewis 30 

Dallas, John T - 70, 71 

Dalton, Albert C 101,102 



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Daly, John F 88 

Dana, Samuel T 74 

Danforth, Lt. Col. Charles H 40 

Daniel, Marshall E 137 

Daniel, Robert E. L 55 

Darby, Howard L 71 

Dare, John W 125 

Darlington, Edward B ^ 57 

Darnall, Col. Carl R 30 

Darr, F. M 103 

Daughterly, William T 89 

Davenport, Miles Leroy . 68 

Davies, David_ 91 

Davies, First Lt. Isaiah 37 

Davies, William Henry 99 

Davila, Felix Cordova 38 

Davis, Adelaide 126 

Davis, Andus T 44 

Davis, Charles B 139 

Davis, Charles L 53 

Davis, Dwight F. 105, 108, 119, 121 

Davis, Emanuel V 16 

Davis, Eugene 110 

Davis, G. G 14 

Davis, Hugh J 127 

Davis, J. Warren 133 

Davis, James J... 111,119 

Davis, First Lt. M. H 34 

Davis, O. K 113 

Davis, Ogden T 127 

Davis, Peter R 127 

Davis, Sam B 54 

Davis, William H. 87 

Davison, David S 115 

Davison, E. L_ 102 

Davison, F. Trubee 27 

Dawes, Charles G.._ 121 

Dawkins, Benjamin C 138 

Dawkins, Merritt L 55 

Dawley, Maj. Ernest J 28 

Dawson, Charles I 138 

Dawson, Owen L 82 

Dawson, William 12 

Day, Albert M 79 

Dav, Benjamin M 97 

Day, Howard H 72 

Day, L. Enos._. 71 

Dav, Preston C 64 

Day, Samuel H 90 

Day, Walcott L 65 

Deakyne, Brig. Gen. Herbert. 31 

de Aldrey, Pedro 38,142 

Dean, Charles M 15 

Dean, Claude M 133 

Dean, Col. Elmer A 42 

Dean, Robert H 65 

Deane, John J 20 

De Armond, Lt. Col. Edward 

H 28 

Deaver, Bascom S 136 

Debler, Erdman B.. 57 

de Boer, Alexius 112 

De Bolt, John T 137 

Dechant, Harrv P 62 

Deck, William H 92 

Dedeaux, Henry 20 

Dedman, James E HI 

Dee, MarvF-- ■.... 35 

Deeds, J. F 56 

DefTenbaugh, Walter S 55 

de Forest, Robert W 129 

DeFossett, Albert J 71 

Defrees, Capt. Joseph R 47 

Degnan, Thomas L 44 

DeGroot, E. H., jr. 100 

DeGroot, Frank A 13 

De Oroot, William A 140 

Deibert, Arthur H 14 

Deiler, T. G 87 

Deisel, Charles H 69 

Deitrick, Claude H 35 

de la Gardie, Oscar A. H 18 

Delamar, William T 16 

De LaMater, John 106 

Delanev, James R 59 

Delano, Frederic A . . 122, 129, 130 

Delano, l/ouis A 44 

Delano, William Adams 120 



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Dell, Harry H 68 

Dell, Jessie 115 

Dellint;cr, J. H 87 

del Toro, Emilio 38,142 

Deinaray, Arthur E 58 

Demaree, Harry J 63 

Demeritt, William W 92 

Deming, Charles W 68 

Deming, William C 115 

Demmon, Elwood L 74 

DeMoisy, Charles, jr 76 

Dendinger. Walter C 71 

Deneeke, William A 70 

Denison, Arthur C 134 

Dennes, John S 82 

Dennett, Tyler 12 

Dennis, Alfred P 106 

Denny, Edward H. 96 

Denson, Lee A 65 

Dent, Edward A.. 125 

Dent, Lt. Col. Elliott J 31 

Dent, Porter W 57 

deOtte, Capt. D. F. A 22 

Deputy, Ona D 85 

de Quevedo, M. G 105 

Derickson, Richard B 93 

DeRocher, James D 91 

Derrick, Walter J 74 

Desha, John R 137 

Detwiler, Samuel B 73 

deValin, Hugh 24 

Devereaux, William C. 65 

Devries, Herbert J. S-. 58 

Dewey, Charles S 13,129 

Dewev, Lvster H 73 

DeWitt, Col. Wallace 31 

Diamond, Jay G 82 

Dibrell, Walter C 92 

Dick, Harvey B 65 

Dickens, George C 59 

Dickerson, Charles E 89 

Dickey, Elvon S 69 

Dickev.JoelM 139 

Dickinson, Clark B 53 

Dickinson, H. C _. 90 

Dickinson, Oliver B 142 

Dickinson, W. E 57 

Dickson, Col. T. C 35 

Dieck, Charles H 92 

Dietrich, Frank S 134 

Dikmans, Gerard _. 72 

Dillard. Wimberly T 85 

Dille, Frederick M 79 

Diller, W. C-_ 124 

Dillon, Fred P_ 91 

Dillon, James E 15 

Dimick, Hamilton 53 

Dingee, George A 34 

Dinnen, William F 107 

Dinsmore, Albert H 91 

Dirzulaitis, J. J 57 

Disney, I. P- 94 

Dixon, Lincoln 106 

Dizon, Paciano 37 

Doak, Claude E 15 

Doak, Henry M 143 

Dobson, William M_ Ill 

Dodd, Luther C _ 115 

Dortd, Oakley, F 134 

Dohertv, Cornelius J 65 

Dolan, H. F 14 

Doland, Arthur W 52 

Domeratsky, Louis. 88 

Donahue, Mrs. Lulu G 142 

Donahue, Maurice H 134 

Donald, George L 14 

Donald, William J 51 

Donegan, William A 68 

Donn, Edward W., jr 128 

Donnel, Charles A _. _,. 65 

Donnelly, Horace J 44 

Donnelly, James R.-.. 69 

Donnelly, James W 52 

Donnelly, Thomas B 140 

Donnelly, Walter J 90 

Donovan, Daniel J 124 

Donovan, Henry A_.. 77 

Donovan, William J 43 



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Doran, James M 18 

Dorland, Le Roy 85 

Dorman, James E 72 

Dorr, George B_._ 58 

Dorrington, L. A 54 

Dorry, B. B 92 

Dorset, Marion 67 

Dorsev, H. W 123 

Dorsey, N. W 123 

Dotterer, Harold 88 

Dougherty, Proctor L 124 

Douglass, Charles H 15 

Douthitt, Fred D _ 76 

Doying, W. A. E 105 

Doyle, A. P. E 104 

Doyle, John T..._ 115 

Doyle, Robert E 126 

Dow, Frank 18 

Dow, Milton W 65 

Downer, James Arthur 15 

Downes, Capt. John ._. 104 

Downes, Maurice A 63 

Downey, William E 87 

Downing, Catherine F.. 128 

Downing, Elizabeth 115 

Drake, J. Walter- 87 

Drakeford, James J 17 

Drane, Albert G... 27 

Draper, Ernest G_ 129 

Draper, Henry W 126 

Draper, W. F 23 

Dravo, Ralph M.._ 34 

Drinkwater, Capt. John G... 33 

Drum, H. B 52 

Dryden, A. Lincoln 93 

Dubois, Fred T 113 

DuBose, Capt. W. G_ 47 

Duclos, August F__ 54 

Dudley, Frederick R 51 

Duer, C. L 57 

Duff, M. L 104 

DulTy, Frank T 109 

Dufresne, Frank 80 

Duganne. C. G 107 

Duggan, W'illiam 16 

Dunbar, Paul B 85 

Duncan, George M 21 

Duncan, Comdr. Greer A 47 

Dunlap, Irving H 91 

Dunlap, R. C 105 

Dunlap, Renick W 62 

Dunlop, JohnP 96 

Dunn, Maj. Beverly C 32 

Dunn,CommandcrCharlesA. 47 

Dunn, Henry 36 

Dunn, John H 135 

Dunn, Russell H 19 

Dunning, Marion O 19 

Dunsmore. Andrew B 142 

Durand, E. Dana 88 

Durand, William F 118 

Duras, C. O 94 

Durhin, William G_ 76 

Durey, Cyrus 15 

Durgin, Martin L-.- 19 

Durham, Davis C 142 

Durham, Edgar P 69 

Durham, Edwin R 139 

Duthie, George A... 75 

Dutton, Robert W 128 

Dutton, Walter L 76 

Duty, Maj. William B 42 

Duvel, Joseph W. T _. 85 

Dwight, Leo 65 

Dwire, Carroll R 75 

Dye, Alexander V 89 

Dver, B. W 57 

Dyer, Frederick R... 138 

Dyer, R. E 25 

Dyke, Ray A _. 65 

Dysart, Lewis C 34 

Dyson, Benjamin E. 136 

Dyson, Orion E 72 

E 

Eakin, J. Ross 58 

Earhart, Irwin L 115 

Earle, B. H 25 



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Eastman, Joseph B 100 

East wold, Maj. O. A 38 

Eaton, George E 91 

Eaton, Robert O 14 

Eberle, Admiral Edward 

W 46,119 

Ebersole, R. E 24 

Ebert, F. C... 57 

Ebert, H. G _ 24 

Ebey, Howard D 97 

Eble, F. X. A _. 20 

Ebling, Walter H 82 

Eckels, Laura V 21 

Eckhardt. Nicholas 88 

Eddev, George W 65 

Eddy, Walter L. _. 106 

Edgerton, Maj. Glen E 108 

Edinburgh, F. P 95 

Edson, Howard A 115 

Edwards, Charles W 63 

Edwards, Daniel H 124 

Edwards, Fred E 19 

Edwards, John H _ 51 

Edwards, John J 112 

Edwards, Lewis I. H 127 

Edwards, Capt. Paul S 36 

Edwards, S. W 87 

Edwards, Scott A 136 

Eggers, Charles 54 

Egleston, James A 117 

Ehlers, Joseph H 89 

EickhofT, G. H 89 

Eidem, Olaf 142 

Eidsness, Michael L., jr 45 

Eisenhower, Maj. D. D Ill 

Eisenhower, Milton S 62 

Ekwurzel, Lt. Col. George M. 104 

Elder, John W. 54 

Eldridge, Maurice O. 125 

Eldridge, Watson W 60 

Eliason, Howard R 107 

Eliot, Martha M 98 

Eliot, Samuel A,- 55 

Ellars, Ralph B 16 

Elliott, Clarence L___ 69 

Elliott, Maj. D. O 33 

Elliott, James D 142 

Elliott, Joseph E 76 

Elliott, Louis D. 86 

Elliott, Maj. Malcolm 32 

Elliott, Richard N 121 

Elliott, Col. William... 41 

Ellis, Charles L 53,54 

Ellis, Luther E. 109 

Ellsworth, C. E 57 

Elorduy, Lie. Aquiles 114 

Elster, Mrs. Georgia A 49 

Elting, Philip 19 

Elwell, Fred N 72 

Elv, Lt. Col. Eugene J 40 

El V, Maj. Gen. Hanson E.._ 39 

Ely, Seldon M 126 

Embick, Col. Stanley D.. 27, 119 

Emerson, Ernest E 6 

Emerson, Maj. T. H 31 

Emerson, Walter 126 

Emery, E ben H 65 

Emigh, Eugene D 65 

Emley, Warren E 90 

Emmons, Maj. Delos C 37 

Engebretson, Alfred P 16 

Engel, Carl _ 7 

England, William H 107 

Engle, Charles A 53 

Engle, J. Finney 55 

English, Benedict M 114 

English, Harry 126 

Enochs, Col. Berkeley. 39 

Enochs, Robert J 53 

Epple, Lewis E 69 

Erck, Maj. A. H 117 

Ernst, Edward C 25,116 

Ernst, Frank A... 77 

Errington.Lt. Col. Charles H. 40 

Erskine, Samuel T 89 

Ervin, Robert T 135 

Erwin, Lenoir M.._ 136 

Erwiu, Walters 87 



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Esch, John J 100 

Eshleman, Cyrus H 65 

Eskey, C. R... 25 

Esola, Frederick L 135 

Estep, Evan W 55 

Estes, R. M 14 

Estes, W. Lee 143 

Esteves, rniillermo.. 38 

Evans, Albert E fiS 

Evans, .\rthur 11 89 

Evans, Charles A 126 

Evans, David E 17 

Evans, Donald P 114 

Evans, Edward A... 65 

Evans, Evan 14 

Evans, Evan A 134 

Evans, F. I 14 

Evans, George T 15 

Evans, Griffith 88 

Evans, H. H 104 

Evans. Lt. Col. Herbert L. 29,40 

Evans, James A 63 

Evans, Louis M 35 

Evans, Mel ville E 45 

Evans, Mai. Paul W 35,39 

Evans, Raymond 63 

Evans, Richard T 58 

Evans, Capt. W 50 

Evans, Walter H-. 63 

Everest, Philip S 54 

Everly, Ora W 68 

Ewers, Smith V 70 

Exline, James C- 71 

Exton, Col. C. W 38 

Ezekiels, Jeannette 127 



Paget, F. M.-_ 24 

Paget, G. H 25 

Fahey, John H 113 

Fahrenwald. Arthur W 96 

Fairbank, Herbert S 80 

Fairburn, Orville G 110 

Fairchild, David 73 

Fairchild, Fred R 74 

Fairfield. Capt. Arthur P.... 46 

Fallon, William H 65 

Famous, George W 68 

Paris, Charles B 139 

Paris, Chester E 53,54 

Paris, James E 25 

Paris. Robert L 92 

Parnham, Philip S 80 

Farusworth, David C 109 

Farnum, Emily I 88 

Parnum, George R 43 

Parnum, Jessica L 7 

Parrel], George E 63 

Parrell, John H 90 

Parrell, Patrick J 21,100 

Parrington, Edward S 140 

Parrington, Wallace R 61 

Farrow, E. A 54 

Passig, Oliver L 65 

Fauntleroy, Charles M 24 

Favorite, Joseph H 52 

Pavre, Clarence E 76 

Fay, John B., jr 49 

Fay, WilliamJ-- 128 

Faymonville, Maj. P. R 34 

Fearn, Otto E 127 

Pechet, Brig. Gen. James 

E _ 36,118 

Pees, Don C 43 

Fellows, P. S 26 

Felton, Ernest L 65 

Penby, Edwin J 76 

Penner, Capt. Edward B 46 

Penton, Arthur C 19 

Ferguson, Carey D_ 19 

Ferguson, Col. Harley B 27 

Ferguson, Jo M 110 

Ferguson, R. Trevor 74 

Fernandez, Dr. Francisco M. 129 

Pess, Simeon D_ 121 

Fewkez, J. "'-Her 123 

Fidler, Harrv L . .. . ill 

Field, John H._. 15 



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Fieldner, A. C. _. 96 

Fields, J. B _. 104 

Pieser, James L 129 

Fife, Lt. (^ol. J. D._ 119 

Filson, Theodore M 141 

Finch, Burtis J 81 

Finch, James A 43 

Finney, Edward C 51 

Pinnigan, Mrs. Margaret K.. 21 

Finucane, Thomas G_. 97 

Fiock, Lawrence R. 58 

Firestone, Charles_ 56 

Fischer, Israel F. 20 

Fischer, William C._ 21 

Fish, James G 71 

Fishburn, Randolph E 114 

Fisher, Albert K 78 

Fisher, Alevne A 45 

Fisher, Lt. Col. Arthur G... 42 

Fisher, E. V 125 

Fisher, Elmer 65 

Fisher, Col. Henry C 30 

Pi.sher, John S 121 

Fisher, Lewis H... 115 

Fisher, William 93 

Fiske, Herbert H 53 

Fitch, Fred R 104 

Fitch, Col. Roger S 27 

Pitting, Ray R 74 

Fitz, Leslie A.. 85 

Fitzgerald, James J 36 

Fitzgerald. Mary C 124 

Fitzpatrick, Fred R 138 

Pitzwilliam, William R 17 

Fladness, Severin O 70 

Plannery, M. Markham 107 

Fleharty, R. B__. 125 

Fleming, James 69 

Fleming, W. W 57 

Flrnner, George B 35 

Fletcher. Allen. 109 

Fletcher, Austin B 80 

Fletcher, Edgar H 65 

Fletcher, Julius C... 62 

Plickinger, Capt. Harrison W. 36 

Flint, A. L 105 

Flood, Thomas 91 

Flory, Charles H 77 

Flower, George L_ 92 

Flynn, H. S 35 

Flynn, William 97 

Poland, George M 19 

Foley, George F . 103 

Foley, John P 16 

Follansbee, Robert 57 

Folster, Allen C 76 

Foote, George L 15 

Foote, Leonard 104 

Poran, Arthur P 20 

Forbes, John J. V 96 

Forbes, Reginald D 74 

Ford, Col. Stanley H 27 

Formanck, Joseph _. 45 

Porrer, }Ierbert S... 18 

Forsling, Clarence L 74 

Forster, Rudolph 11 

Foster, A. D 24 

Foster, Lt. Col. Charles L... 30 

Foster, Estelle 127 

Foster, Julian B 89 

Foster, Leo J 57 

Foster, Lewis E 57 

Fester, M. H..._ 23 

Foster, Rufus E 134 

Poster, Samuel B 71 

Foster, Vernon E_._ 72 

Potheringham, William 68 

Foulk, O. E 106 

Foulois, Lt. Col. B. D 37 

Fowler, M. L 101 

Fowler, Maj. R. P 32 

Fowler, Waiter L 124 

Fowler, William C 127 

Fox, A, Manuel 106 

Fox, Carroll 23 

Fox, Homer S 89 

Fox, Roy C 144 

Frackcr, Stanley B 84 



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Pralic, Harry B_ 111 

Francis, Alonzo H 70 

Francis, Edward 23 

Francis, Robin W. C 110 

Franke, F. W. 119 

Prankenfield, Harry C 64 

Franklin, Col. B. A 33 

Franks, E. T Ill 

Frayser, Frank.. 17 

Frazier, Cecil R 18 

Freeman, Hugh B 123 

Freeman, Rt. Rev. James E. 130 

Freeman, Paul 45 

Freeman, Walter 60 

Freeman, William H 85 

Freer, Harry L 33 

Freeze, V. J. 103 

Freimuth, Walter, P 16 

French, Edwin S... 62 

French, H. Earl 75 

French, Harry H 75 

French, Lafayette, jr 139 

Fretz, Warren J 71 

Preyer, Capt. Frank B 48 

Prick, Harvey F 43 

Pricks, L. D. 23 

Pries, Maj. Gen. Amos A 38 

Frieser, Frederick G 101, 102 

Frisbie, W. S. 86 

Fritsch, Joseph, jr 140 

Proe, Arthur G. 128 

Promme, RudoL 76 

Frost, W. E 102 

Frost, W. H 24 

Prothingham, Earl H... 74 

Fry, Hugh L 70 

Fry, Pet 43 

Frv, Walter B 53 

Fullaway, Charles H 26 

Puller, Aubrey V 127 

Fuller, Carrie L 80 

Fuller, Capt. H. E Ill 

Puller, J. K 25 

Fuller, Leonore B 63 

Fuller, Merton L 65 

Fuller, Olin C 136 

Fullerton, L. A 25 

Palmer, J. H 140 

Palmer, Lt. Col. John J 39 

G 

Gabaldon, Isauro 38 

Gable, Thomas P.. 19 

Gabrielson, Ira N__ 79 

Gage, Bert P 15 

Gaines, Samuel M 45 

Galbraith, William H 107 

Gallagher, William J. ._ 16 

Qallardo, Juan G 38 

Galloway, Herman J 43 

Gallup, James D 52 

Galpin, Charles J... 82 

Gamble, B. D 108 

Gambrill, Col. William G. .. 42 

Game, Col. Clyffard 39 

Ganbin, Orville L 65 

Gannett. S. S 56 

Oano, Capt. Frank W 33 

Ganong, Joseph A 52 

Gapen, Charles E 63 

Garber, Benjamin S 53 

Garber, Clark M 56 

Garcin, Maj. P. R 38 

Gardner, Bert C 121 

Gardner, C. H 23 

Gardner, Charles T 80 

Gardner, E. D 96 

Gardner, Harlan P 16 

Gardner, John J 83 

Gardner, John W. 43 

Gardner, R 103 

Garfield, Abram 120 

Garges, Daniel E 124 

Garinger, Albert. 36 

Garland, John S 126 

Garloagh, Francis E 79 

Garlow, C. R 139 

Garner, Clem L 93 



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Garner, Wightman W 73 

Garrard, Col. Louis F 29 

Garrett, Charles C. 65 

Garrett, Finis J Ill 

Garrett, Harry D 86 

Gartland, Joseph F 51 

Gartside, Frank T 121 

Gary, Leonard B 90 

Gassaway, J. M 23 

Gates, Charles J 13 

Gates, J. F 25 

Gauges, Joseph G 145 

Gaukel, Thomas L 90 

Gault, HomerJ 57 

Gault, Roy IB 138 

Gauss, Herman C . 51 

Gavin, Philip J 103 

Gay, John L 142 

Gayuor, John W 17 

Geiger, Ferdinand A 144 

Gempel, Capt. Eugene P. H. 41 

Gendron, Ulric J 102 

Gensler, Clyde H 53 

George, Edwin B 90 

George, Harrison H 68 

George, Samuel W . 19 

Gerdine, T. O.. 56 

Geren, Harry O 65 

Geren, K. C 30 

Gerhard, Adolf 27 

Gerig, William 33 

Gerner, C. H 99 

Gerry, Elbridge B 18 

Giacomini, Alfred L 92 

Gibbons, Lt. Col. Henry 41 

Gibbons, James F 72 

Gibbs, Col. George S 35,39 

Gibb.s, J. Barnard, __ 82 

Gibson, Maj. Adelno 42 

Gibson, Jonathan E . 71 

Gibson, R. A 102 

Gibson, Robert M 142 

Gibson, Robert R 109 

Gibson, Col. William R_ 29 

Gibson, William S 48 

Giebel, Adam A 124 

Gifford, Lt. Commander 

Richard H.. 47 

Gilbert, Charles V 16 

Gilbert, Henrv L 43 

Gilbert, William P 134 

Gilbreath, Leo A 17 

Gilchrist, Alexander, jr 140 

Gilchrist, Donald A. 79 

Gile, Philip L 78 

Giles, A. H 95 

Gilkes, Percy G. B... 140 

Gill, Charles W.. . 127 

Gill, Gilbert H 91 

Gill, James F 121 

Gillars, Alexander L 16 

Gillespie, Maj. Alexander G 40 

Gillespie, J. M 24 

Gillespie, Julian. _ 89 

Gillet, First Lt. Norman D 40 

Gillett, Frederick H 130 

Gillett, H. W.. . 90 

Gillett, Roy L . 82 

Gillette, Maj. Douglas H... 105 

Gillette, Edward C... 91 

Gillies, Duncan R 69 

Gillis, Thomas A 100 

Gillmore, Brig. Gen. William 

E.. _ 36,118 

Gilmore, Eugene A 37 

Gilstrap, Harrv B 110 

Ginder, John W 21 

Ginn, Lurtin R 116 

Giroux, C. H 33 

Gist, Frank W 82 

Gittings, Edwin B., jr. 65 

Gladmon, Percy L 62 

Glascock, E. S 94 

Glass, Charles F 51 

Glass, John H 142 

Glaw, Robert W 104 

Glover, Charles G 130 

Glover, W. Irving... 45 



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Gnichtel, Edward E 15 

Gober, William N_.. 136 

Goddard, Erwin M 80 

Goddard, Henrv W 140 

Godfrey, Maj. S. C 31 

Goding, Harry 67 

Goetz, Maj. Robert C. F 42 

GofT, John S 90 

Goldberger, Joseph 23 

Goldenwciser, E. A_.. 106 

Goldesberry, John M 141 

Goldman, Edward A 78 

Goldman, Luther J 79 

Goldthwaite, Dr. Henry KM 

Golze, R. L 116 

Gomersall, George B 16 

Gompers, Samuel J 97 

Good, George E 106 

Goodacre, Samuel. 101 

Goodin, James W 36 

Goodloe, Clarence G 45 

Goodnow, E. H 86 

Goodrich, Col. C. C 34 

Goolsby, E. M.. 136 

Gordon, Frank N 110 

Gordon, James H 65 

Gordon, John Blake 125 

Gordon, John C. F 98 

Gordon, Peyton 136 

Gordon, W. H 26 

Gore, John J 143 

Gorman, P. J 25 

Gorman, T. J 20 

Gormley, A. T 59 

Gorton, Lt. I. W. 117 

Gosnell, Fred A 88 

Gossett, Carl A 54 

Gotwals, Maj. John C 32 

Gove, Chase C 45 

Gowen, Col. James B 40 

Grabo, Burt E 36 

Graf, John E 78 

Graff, Hilda E_.._ 80 

Graham, Albert B... 63 

Graham, Alexander E 69 

Graham, Lt. Col. Harry 36 

Graham, Col. J. M 29 

Graham, Ralph. __ 70 

Graham, Samuel J-- 145 

Graham, William J 145 

Gralund, Maj. O. W 30 

Granger, Christopher M 76 

Grant, E. B 93 

Grant, Robert J 20 

Grant, Robert Q 65 

Grant, Lt. Col. U. S., 3d_._. 117, 
121, 122, 130 

Grater, Charles B_ 91 

Graves, Harold N_ 87 

Graves, Roy R 72 

Gray, Alwin E... 79 

Gray, C. C 14 

Gray, Miss Dorothy 50 

Gray, J. Moyle 112 

Gray, Lester S.. 49 

Gray, Lewis C... 82 

Grav, Orrin C 54 

Grav, Richard W 65 

Greeley, William B 73,122 

Green, D. Monroe 79 

Green, David S 89 

Green, Frank Key. 133 

Green, G. W. 104 

Green, George M 93 

Green, J. Lindley 52 

Green, Louis K 68 

Green, William H 65 

Green, William R., jr 108 

Greene, Elwyn 104 

Greene, John 6 

Greene, Smith W 70 

Greene, Spencer B _ 89 

Greening, Gershom K., jr 65 

Greenleaf, James L 120 

Greenlee, Commander Hal- 
ford R 47 

Greeson, Jesse B 18 

Gregg, A. W 14 



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Gregg, EHnor D 53 

Gregg, William C... 61 

Gregg, Willis R 64 

Gregory, Frank C 96 

Gregory, Rear Admiral 

Luther E 47 

Grenfell, Frederick W 124 

Grening, Paul C 102 

Gries, John M 90 

Griffin, I^t. Col. Frank J... 35,41 

Griffin, Gus. 59 

Griffin, James M 92 

Griffin, Max Y 84 

Griffin, Michael B 16 

Griffin, Thomas A 115 

Griffin, Virgil C 135 

Griffin, William V 129 

Griffing, Thomas S 99 

Griffith, F. W 108 

Griffith, Glenn H.. 19 

Griffith, Roy L 92 

Griffith, W. E.. 102 

Grigg, Alfred S 62 

Griggs, Martha C 19 

Grimes, George E.. 65 

Grimm, John, jr 19 

Grimm, R.M.. 24 

Grissom, Gilliam. 15 

Griswold, Capt. R. M 118 

Groesbeck, W. D 94 

Groeschel, Sidney C 109 

Grogan, Starke M 87 

Groner, D. Lawrence 144 

Grosbach, H. E 57 

Gross, C. E 13 

Gross, Maj. Charles P 31 

Gross, Fred A 54 

Gross, Samuel L 143 

Grove, E. W 126 

Grove, John S 68 

Grove, McGill 127 

Grove, S. D.... 94 

Grover, John 65 

Grover, N. C. 57 

Grover, Oscar L 81 

Groves, Edna 53 

Groves, H. Lawrence 89 

Groves, Hugh H 127 

Grow, Capt. Eugene J 48 

Grubb, Francis L. W 75 

Grubb, William I_ 134 

Grubbs, James W 52 

Grubbs, S. B 23 

Grunow, C. Dexter 65 

Gue, Joseph W 50 

Guerin, pjckley C_ 51 

Guevara, Pedro 38 

Guill, John H., jr 21 

Guill, Thomas E 65 

Guiney, Col. Patrick W 29 

Guiteras, G. M 23 

Gulick, Col. John W 38 

Gullickson, Anton H 18 

Gunnell, L. C 123 

Gunther, Frank A 124 

Gunther, Franklin Mott 12 

Gunvaldsen, Osmund 141 

Gurr, James E 76 

Guthrie, M. C... 24,53 

Gwyn, M. K 23 

H 

Haag, A. H 101 

Haas, C. D... 110 

Haas, Reuben P 54 

Hackensmith, Irwin C 35 

Hacker, Morris . 126 

Hacker, Col. Theodore B 40 

Hackleman, Will C 83 

Hackworth, Green H 43 

Haden, C. F 94 

Haden, T. Leo 100 

Hadlev, Carl E 65 

Hadlev, John A 119 

Hadlev, Olin M 65 

Hadlev, Warren B 125 

Hager, Clint W 136 

Hagerman, Herbert J 53 



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Haggerty, John J 82 

Hahn, Edward E 91 

Hahn. John W 140 

HainiT, Bayard T_ 107 

Haines, Blanche M... 98 

Haines, Frank H 101 

Haines. Oscar Q 93 

Hair, George E. 52 

Hale, Clarence.- 138 

Hale, Herbert C- 144 

Hale, Ross H 59 

Halev, Sam S 18 

Hall, Alvin W 21 

Hall, Ansel F 58 

Hall, Col. Chalmers Q 40 

Hall, Charles C 76 

Hall, Mai. Charles L 92 

Hall, Dwight.._ 20 

Hall, Col. Harrison 42 

Hall, HenrvC 100 

Hall, Jesse R 76 

Hall, Louis M 19 

Hall, Louis P., jr 89 

Hall, Maurice C 68 

Hall, Percival 129 

Hall, Stanley B 62 

Hall, William H 83 

Hallcnbeck, Cleve 65 

Halligan, Rear Admiral John. 47 

Halloran, Matthew F 115 

Hallson, Oddie 80 

Halpin. F.J- 25 

Ham. David T 144 

Ham, Frank J 14 

Hambleton, James I 78 

Hamel, -\lbin G 75 

Hamilton, George E 130 

Hamilton, John .\ 16 

Hamilton, William 55 

Hamilton. William B 19 

Hamlet, Capt. H. G 22 

Hamley, Patrick 54 

Hamlin, C. S-.- 106 

Hammer, George C 54 

Hammitt, John S. R 54,58 

Hammond, Maj. Gen. Creed 

C 38 

Hammond. E. H.- 53 

Hammons, James H 138 

Hampton, Alfred 98 

Hamrick, Andrew M- 65 

Hancock, William K 91 

Hand, Augustus N 133 

Hand, Col. Daniel W 28 

Hand. L. J 26 

Hand, Learned . 133 

Hand, Robert G-.. 13 

Hand V, Wallace S 14 

Hanford, Charles W 106 

Hanger, G. Wallace W 100 

Haniger, Walter J 43 

Hanlon, -Arthur J 18 

Hanna, .^gnes K 98 

Hanna, Hugh S 97 

Hanna, Margaret M 12 

Hanna, W. A 103 

Hanna, Wilbur S 53 

Hannay, Col. J. R. R 29 

Hannon. Joseph 68 

Hans, J 95 

Hansen, Arthur W 86 

Hansen, Hans-.- 111 

Hanson, Alfred E 6 

Hanson, Karl B^. 79 

Hanson, Col. I^inwood E 40 

Haralson, M. F 25 

Hardawav, William T.. 110 

Hardie, W. V 100 

Harding, Justin W 135 

Hardv, Erie L 65 

Hardy, Francis H-- 93 

Hardv, Rose Lees 126 

Hardv. Capt. Rosswell E 33 

Hare, Raleigh F 82 

Hargrove, Marion C 124 

Harkins, Thomas J 141 

Harlan, Allen D 83 

Harland, William H 125 



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Harman, Walter P 91 

Harmon, Maj. Hubert R 36 

Harner, James W 70 

Harney, Edward T 127 

Harney, George W 93 

Harper, James E 13 

Harper, Sinclair 0-- 57 

Harpham, Vernon V 76 

Harr, William R 130 

Harrill, Lt. Commander 

William K 46 

Harriman, N. F 117 

Harrington, A. W 57 

Harrington, Daniel 96 

Harrington, Maj-. F. C 104 

Harrington, Guv P 51 

Harris, Albert L 125 

Harris, Maj. C. T._ 33 

Harris, Charles E. 51 

Harris, George J 97 

Ha-ris, Henry G 49 

Ha ris, Jackson B ._ 69 

Harris, James E 144 

Harris, John M 69 

Harris, Marion R.. 80 

Harris, Philip T 76 

Harris, Capt. William E 33 

Harrison, Col. C. L 34 

Harrison, C. W 86 

Harrison, Floyd R 21,107 

Harrison, J . Scott 51 

Harrison, W. T 25 

Harrison, William Fred. 135 

Harrison, William H 126 

Harrison, William K _.. 54 

Harsch, George W 99 

Hart, Carroll P 69 

Hart, D. H 143 

Hart, R. W 25 

Hart, Ringgold 124 

Hart, William F 16 

Hart, William O 113 

Hartigan, Will H. 86 

Hartman, John D_. 143 

Hartman, Col. John D. L 35 

Hartshorn, Lt. Col. Edwin S, 27 

Hartsock, Col. Frederick M. 40 

Hartson, Millard T 19 

Hartwell, F. Eugene 65 

Hartwell, O. W .57 

Harvey, Albert W 143 

Harvev, John 51 

Harvin, Richard A 143 

Haskell, Mason L. 72 

Hasseltine, H. E 24 

Hastings, Charles H 7 

Hastings, Clifford 87 

Hatfield, Charles S 145 

Hatfield, George J 135 

Hathaway, Carson C 115 

Hathawav, Erwin 81 

Hathewav, Thomas G 20 

Haugh, Joseph E 107 

Hauke, Charles F 53 

Haupt, Alfred B 18 

Havell, Thomas C 51 

Haven, Elmer F 69 

Havenner, George C 114 

Hawes, John T 16 

Hawk, -\mos W 51 

Hawkesworth, Charles W 56 

Hawkins, R. S 103 

Hawkins, Washington, 59 

Hawks, Emma B.. 63 

Hawley, Jean H... 92 

Hawlev, Philo B 91 

Haworth, Frank E 68 

Hay, James 145 

Hav, Thomas P 103 

Haycock, Robert L.. 126 

Havcroft. Everett F... 107 

Havden, B. F 119 

Havdon, Edith M... 60 

Hayes, Harold D 87 

Hayes, Johnson J 141 

Haves, Montrose W 65 

Hayes, William T 102 

Haynes, Edward M 91 



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Haynes, Lynford J 63 

Haynie, Frank.. 74 

Hays, Frank, jr 98 

Hays, William P 17 

Haywood, J. K 86 

Haz.ard, Daniel L 92 

Hazard, Henry B 98 

Hazel, John R 140 

Hazen, John S 65 

Hazen, Molvin C 125 

Head, Middleton E 110 

Ileadley, Albert J 126 

Headley, Roy 73 

Healy , James S 71 

Healy, T. J- -_ 112 

Healy, Thomas P 100 

Hearn, Williamson E. 78 

Hearne, Dr. C. A 104 

Hearst, Clarence E 13 

Hearst, Sir William 113 

Hecht, William C... 140 

Heck, Nicholas H 92 

Hecker, Henr v W 84 

Hedekin, First Lt., T. B 39 

Hedges, Joseph H 95 

Hedrick, Horace A 68 

Heikes, Victor C . 96 

Ueiner, Daniel B .. 15 

Heisen, Capt. Horace N. ... 37 

Ilelmick, Maj. Gen. Eli A... 29 

Hemphill, Lt. Col. John E__ 35 

Henderson, Capt. A. J 22 

Henderson, Charles W 96 

Henderson, James E 53 

Henderson, Marion 108 

Henderson, Robert L.. 45 

Henderson, Walter C 78 

Henderson, William B 90 

Hengstler, Herbert C. 12 

Henkel, Edward 46 

Henlock, Charles 121 

Henning, Edward J 136 

Henrici, Hermann C 72 

Henry, A. F 102 

Henry, Alfred-J 64 

Henry, C. C _ 94 

Henry, C. M 111 

Henry, E. S 94 

Henry, Mrs. Honora K 49 

Henry, J. J 102 

Henry. Louis Fitz 137 

Henshaw, F. F 57 

Hensley, Maj. Wilhem N., jr. 41 

Hepburn, Capt. Arthur J 46 

Herbert, Charles A _ 96 

Herbert, Clara W 125 

Herbert, John F. J- 18 

Heritage, Maj. Arthur M 41 

Hern, Fred 68 

Hernandez, Benigno C 15 

Hernandez, John W- 16 

Herndon, John G-. 13 

Hero, Maj. Gen. Andrew, jr. 28 

Herrick, Chauncev W 17 

Herrick, Horace T._ 77,86 

Herring, Charles E 89 

Herringshaw, Lt. Col. Wil- 
liam F._ - 29 

Herrold, Charles H.. 69 

Herrold, William C 70 

Herron, Col. Charles D 42 

Herron, William H 56 

Hersey, Henry B 65 

Hersh, W. L 104 

Herson, James F 106 

Hess, Emorv K 84 

Hess, Frank L 96 

Hess, George W 7 

Hess, Col. Louis T 40 

Hess, Paul 65 

Hes.s, William P. 127 

Hesse, Edwin B 123 

Hesse, Henrv .\ 115 

Heterick, R. H 24 

Hewes, George P 16 

Hewes, Laurence I 81 

Hewett, James H. H 52 

Heyer, Hobert E. 65 



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Ileywang, Burt W 70 

Hibbard, Carl D 109 

Ilickenlooper, Smith 141 

Hickerson, J. B. L 3b 

Hickman, Col. Edwin A 42 

Hicks, Hazen H.. 69 

Hicks, R. M 103 

Hicks, Xenophen 143 

Higgins, Elmer., 91 

Higgins, James L 19 

Higgins, Jay 75 

Higgins, Patrick S 15 

Hildebrand, Samuel F 91 

Hildrelh, Charles N., jr 19 

Hill, Alva C 85 

Hill, Benjamin D 89 

Hill, E. Coke 135 

Hill, Harry B.. _ 96 

Hill, Harry H 96 

Hill, J. Bryan.... 68 

Hill, James M 96 

Hill, John Philip Ill 

Hill, Joseph A 87 

Hill, William L 20 

Hill, Williams 101 

Hillor, Adelbert D_ 109 

Hilliard, Phineas K 80 

Hills, John 137 

Hillver, Arthur S 88 

Hilton, Huber C 75 

Himsel, Edward 69 

Hinckley, Comdr. H. D 22 

Hindman, E. E 139 

Hinds, Maj. Gen. Ernest 41 

Hine, Harry O 126 

Hine, Fir.st Lt. Virgil 37 

Hines. Frank T 109 

Hines, Capt. J. F 49 

Hines, Maj. Gen. John L 41 

Hingsburg, Frederick C 87,91 

Hird, Comdr. Harry B 120 

Hirleman, Arden L 70 

Hirsch, Arthur J 87 

Hiscox, Joseph W... _. 63 

Hissong, John E... 65 

Hitt, Isaac R 127 

Hitz, William 145 

Hoadley, Frank M 27 

Hoage, Robert J 116 

Hobbs, H. W 33 

Hobley, Maj. A. H.... 36 

Hodges, Henry W _ 145 

Hodges, J. S 94 

Hodges, Maj. John N 33,41 

Hodgkins, Howard L 129 

Hodgson, Carey V 92 

Hodgson, James F 89 

Hoehiing, Adolph A 145 

Tlof. Brig. Gen. Samuel 33, 39 

HolTman, .\rthur F 75 

Hoffman, Maj. E. L 37 

Hoffman, Eunice L 7 

Hoffman, William H 80 

HotTses, G. Raymond 91 

Hohn, John 88 

Holland. Arthur H 46 

Holbrook, F. S 90 

Holcomb, Elward W 65 

Holcomb, Frederick G 38 

Holcombe, Maj. William H.. 32 

Holden, Henry M 143 

Holdt, Q. G.. 25 

Hole, Morris J 88 

Hollenbeck, John B 70 

Hollidav, Willett H 84 

HoUing; W. H 103 

Holling.sworth, W. Y 25 

Holloway, Edward M 134 

Holloway, W. R 104 

Holman, Charles R 127 

Holman, George E 79 

Holman, First Lt. J. L 34 

Holmes, Charles H 59 

Holmes, Edwin R 139 

Holmes. Mai. Frank M 29 

Holmes, John Q. _. 80 

Holmes, Kirk... 47 

Holmes, Oliver AVendell 133 



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Holmes, Ronald M 58 

Holmes, W. N 95 

Holmes, William E 127 

Holmes, William H 109, 123 

Holt, Everett G 88 

Holt, Grover C 17 

Holt, Lester M 53 

Holt, R. W 126 

Holt, William A 17 

Holton, Douglas W.- 126 

Holton, Olaf B 98 

Holtzman, Charles H 19 

Holzberg, Tonnis J 48 

Hood, O. P 96 

Hooks, Hilary G 109 

Hooper, L. E 24 

Hooper, Comdr. Stanford C . 47 

Hoover, Dicker.son N.. 9d 

Hoover, Frank W 121 

Hoover, G. W 86 

Hoover, Herbert 108, 

111,113,119, 120 

Hoover, I. H 11 

Hoover, J. Edgar 43 

Hoover, LeClaire 107 

Hope, Brig. Gen. Francis H.. 29 

Hopkins, F. M 95 

Hopkins, George C 15 

Hopkins, Isabelle Mott. 98 

Hopkins, Oliver P 88 

Hormrl, Herman 20 

Horn, Hugh 59 

Hornadav, F. A _. 128 

Hornby, Llovd D 74 

Home, Joseph W 96 

Home, Sim J 71 

Hornev, Col. Odus C 34,42 

Horton, A. H 57 

Horton, Albert C, jr 51 

Horton, Edgar C 65 

Horton, Flovd V 76 

Horton, Ralph 26 

Horton, Col. William E 29 

Hostetler, Theodore A 94 

Hotchkiss, Clarence R. 141 

Houck, Harry 16 

Houek, Ulysses G 07 

Hough, Benson W 141 

Hough, Capt. Romeyn B., jr. 36 

Hough, Walter 123 

House, Roseoe 92 

Householder, Maj. Eugene R. 42 

Houston, H. I 94 

Hovde, Martin R 65 

Hoverson. Clarence T 109 

Howard, George C 88,89 

Howard, Harlev 17 

Howard, Lt. Col. John H 41 

Howard, Leland O 78 

Howard, Maj. Stuart A 28 

Howard, William K 69 

Howbert. Frank W 14 

Howe, Harland B.. 143 

Howe, Henry C 65 

Howe, Walter E 70 

Plowell, L. S -. 101 

Howell, Thomas J 44 

Howell, Col. Willey 28 

Howes, J. Marvin 145 

Howes, Samuel H 97 

Ho.\ie, D. A 25 

Hovman, Harrv J -.- 68 

Hovt, Ira F 12 

Hovt, John C 57 

Hovt, R. C 140 

Hubbard, Charles H 92 

Hubbard, Harrv S 142 

Hubbard, Ilenrv D.._ 90 

Huber, E. E.__ 25 

Hudelson, Charles H 110 

Hudlow, T. A 128 

Hudson, H. H. 104 

Hudson, Millard F 107 

Hudson, R. M 90 

Huelsen, Julius ? 09 

Hulfman, Pleasant J., jr 68 

Hughes, Albert N 69 

Hughes, Fred J... 81 



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Hughes, George P 109 

Hukride, Theodore W.. 139 

Hull. E. F 110 

Hull, Harrv E 97 

Hull, Maj. Gen. John A 29 

Hull, William C... 115 

Hume, Frank M 19 

Hummer, E. A 126 

Hummer, Harry R 53 

Humphrey, Joseph W 76 

Humphrey, William E . . 107, 129 

Humphreys, Robert W 19 

Himiphreys. William J 64 

Hunnewell, Lt. Comdr. F. A. 22 

Hunt. C. W 107 

Hunt, Conway B_ 125 

Hunt, William H 134 

Hunter. John G 54 

Hunter, O. F 94 

Huntlev, Clvde G 15 

Tlurd, First Lt. Leland C 36 

Hurley, J. R 24 

Hurley, Julien A 135 

Hurst, B. Price 60 

Hurtt, Leon C 74 

Husband, W. W 97 

Huse, Edward A. 6 

Husted, James E 21 

Hu.ston, John W 56 

Huston, Richard W 142 

Hutcheson. Joseph C, jr 143 

Hutchinson, Ernest P _. 17 

Hutchison, Harvey M 38, 142 

Hutton, Andrew 75 

Hutton, Col. Paul C 31 

Huvke, Juan B 38 

Hyatt, L. T 144 

Hyde, James H.._ 54 

Hyde, Jeannette A 19 

Hyde, Roger D 70 

I 

Ide, G. R- 94 

Ide, JohnJ 118 

Ijams, George E 109 

Imes. Marion 72 

Imlay, William M 106 

Imler, Fern A 71 

Inch, Robert A 140 

Ing. John C- 52 

Ireland, Maj. Gen. Merritte W. 30 

Irey. Elmer L. 14 

Irons, George T 69 

Irving. A. S 26 

Irwin. Fairfax 23 

Irwin, Brig. Gen. George L.R. 28 

Irwin. John F 76 

Ise, Walter J 62 

J 

Jackson. Brownlow 141 

Jackson, Carl 18 

Jackson, Carlton 89 

Jackson. Howard C 72 

Jackson, Lawrence W 60 

Jackson, Martin L 59 

Jackson, O. D 18 

Jackson, Roy E 71 

Jackson, Col. T. H 32 

Jackson, W. O 19 

Jacobs. F. C 135 

Jacobs. Sydney R 13 

Jacobs, Commander W. F... 104 

Jacobson, Julius H 82 

Jadwin, Maj. Gen. Edgar. 31, 122 

Jaeckel, Herman.. 51 

Jaggar, Thomas B.,jr 56 

Jamerson, Col. George II 40 

James, .\rthur P 109 

James, Edwin W 81 

James, George R -_. 106 

James, Gorton 88 

James. L. W 90 

James, Samuel II 111 

James, William P 136 

Jameson, George M 19 

Jamieson. George S 77 

Jamison, Thomas H 51 



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Janes, Lionel L 82 

Janetzke, John A., jr 19 

Jansen, Lt. Col. T. E 30 

Janus, Stephen 54 

Jarboe, C. G. 94 

Jarhoe, James II. _ 65 

Jardine, William M 108, 

111, 119, 121 

Jarnagin, Robert L 109 

Jarr, Fred K. H 138 

Jeffers, L. M_._ 85 

Jefferson, Frank J 74 

Jelen, Frank 68 

Jenison, Joseph S 69 

Jenkins, George L 59 

Jenkins, J. Caldwell 101, 102 

Jenkinson, J. \V 105 

Jenks, Col. Isaac 40 

Jennings, E. II 115 

Jennings, Lester C 72 

Jennings, First Lt. Maurice E. 40 

Jennings, William E 68 

Jensen, Leslie 15 

Jentoft, Frederick E 68 

Jermark, Ernest W ._. 54 

Jermin, FranK. 65 

Jewell, Homer W 80 

Jewett, Lt. Col. Henry C... 32 

Jewett, Stanley G 79 

Jimison, E. A 102 

Johannes, Guy _ 104 

Johns, Charles -\ 38 

Johns, R. T 102 

Johnson, Albert W 142 

Johnson, Charles F 133 

Johnson, E. Finley 38 

Johnson, Elmer... 81 

Johnson, Frank M 51 

Johnson, George E. Q 137 

Johnson, George L 110 

Johnson, Harlpy N 66 

Johnson, Harold H 57 

Johnson, J. T 95 

Johnson, John B.._ 69 

Johnson, Col. John O 120 

Johnson, Junius W 81 

Johnson, Livingston S 124 

Johnson, Louis A 44 

Johnson, IMordecai W 60 

Johnson, Xclson T 12 

Johnson, Otis B _.. 107 

Johnson, R. M 102 

Johnson, Read... 110 

Johnson, Thomas F 17 

Johnson, Tillman D 143 

Johnson, Zcke 59 

Johnston, Aueusta, F SO 

Johnston, Carl A 70 

Johnston, James 08 

Johnston, Joe P 44 

Johnston, Peter G 52 

Johnston, W. Dawson 7 

Jolley, Herbert B 54 

Jones, B.E.. 56 

Jones, Maj. Bvron Q 41 

Jones, Charles D 52,135 

Jones, Charles S.._ 72 

Jones, Chester Lloyd 89 

Jones, David B 77 

Jones, E. Lester 92,113 

Jones, Edward P 66 

Jones, Ernest L_. S7 

Jones, Francis I 99 

Jones, Frederick... 99 

Jones, Harold C 101 

Jones, Capt. Harris 121 

Jones, Harris A 60 

Jones, Grosvenor M 88 

Jones, J. Walter 14 

Jones, James... 66 

Jones, James E 18 

Jones, John C 34 

Jones, John F 15 

Jones, Kenneth B 128 

Jones, Lake.. 136 

Jones, Marshal T 88 

Jones, Melvin 26 

Jones, Paul... 141 

Jones, Richard T 99 



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Jones, Col. Samuel G 41 

Jones, Thomas E 60 

Jones, Thomas J 76 

Jones. Lt. Col. Walter C 29 

Jones, Wesley L 113,129 

Jones, Willard F 16 

Jordan, Frank L 103 

Jordan, John J... 141 

Jordan, R. D 103 

Jordan, Richard (^ 55 

Jorgcnson, Carl 16 

Joseph, Thomas L 96 

Joss, Jesse W 71 

Joy, Ardo W 72 

Judkins, Walker D 110 

Julihn. Carl E 95 

Jump, W. Ashby 62 

Justice, Alonzo A 66 

Justice, Clarence M 17 

Justin, Miner M 82 

Juve, Oscar A 106 

K 

Kadel, Benjamin C... 64 

Ka£;ev, Joseph N. 55 

Kahn, Bert 19 

Kaiser, Albert AV.. 93 

Kalbach, Lewis A 55 

Kalloch, P. C 23 

Kane, John A 125 

Kane, Norman E 20 

Kane, William A 13 

Kappes, William P 137 

Kariger, F 104 

Karsner, John W 107 

Karstens, Henry P 58 

Kartchner, Kenner C 75 

Katz, Frank J.._ 96 

Kaufman, Isaac H 70 

Kaufman, Elmer E 82 

Kav, Gustave A 69 

Kean, Thomas J. 70 

Kear, Paul W 144 

Kearney, George 43 

Kearney, Thomas H... 73 

Keating, J. F 103 

Kebler, Lyman F.... 86 

Keech, Richmond B 124 

Keefer, Brig. Gen. F. R 30 

Keeley, John D 54 

Keesecker, Adrain G 91 

Keim, Alfred H 44 

Keithley, Everard S 75 

Kekich, Emil A 90 

Keleher, Commander Tim- 
othy J 47 

Keliher, James C._ 127 

Kell. Lieut. Claude O 104 

Kellerman, Karl F 73 

Kellev, Earl F 81 

Kellev, Evan W 77 

Kelley, Ralph S 52 

Kellev, Robert F. 12 

Kellev, William T 107 

Kellogg, Frank B 120 

Kellogg, Vernon 129 

Kellond, Lt. Col. Frederic . 28 

Kelly, Edward A 101,102 

Kellv, Ernest 72 

Kelly, Harry H 89 

Kelly, James 8 69 

Kelly, John 22 

Kelly, Michael J.... 20 

Kellv, First Lt. Oakley Q... 37 

Kelly, Walter E 44 

Kelly, Col. William, jr 41 

Kelsey, Harlan P... 61 

Kelsey, Jay V 80 

Kelton, Maj. Edward C 42 

Kemery, William E 17 

Kemmerich, Joseph 91 

Kepip, C. H 102 

Kemper, John M 72 

Kempf, G. A 24 

Kenake, Louis T 145 

Kendall, C. P 45 

Kendall, James L 66 

Kendall, Ralph T 36 

Keneflck, Thomas M. 17 



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Kennamer, Charles B 134 

Kennamer, Franklin E 141 

Kennamer, Thomas J 134 

Kennedy, Edward D 69 

Kennedy, Brig. Gen. James 

M 30 

Kennedy, Thomas Blake 144 

Kenney, Capt. Thomiis 29 

Kent, Fred L 82 

Kenyon, William S 134 

Kerlin, Malcolm 114 

Kern, Walter E.... 125 

Kerr, Bro wnie H 26 

Kerr, Charles L. E 69 

Kerr, H. T_ 32 

Kerr, J. W 23 

Kerrigan, Frank H 135 

Kershner. Hugh C 69 

Kervin, William H 6 

Kerwin. Hugh L 97 

Ketchiun, (^hurles A 48 

Keville, William J.. 138 

Keye.s, Henry W 121 

Keyes, Joseph 79 

Keys, William R 44 

Keyset, Elgie M 66 

Kevser, Louis P 92 

Kibbie, Robert C... 35 

Kidder, Arthur D 51 

Kiefer, Walter A 99 

Kiehl, Maj. P. J. R 34 

Kielev, John 13 

Kienzle, T. C 26 

Kiernan, John A 68 

Kiesselbach, Wilhelm 112 

Kilbourne, Col. Charles E... 28 

Kilgour, George S 109 

Killits. John M 141 

Kilman, L. N 98 

Kilner, Maj. W. G 36 

Kimball, Arthur R 7 

Kimball, Ephraim G 126 

Kimball, George W 75 

Kimball, Col. Gordon N 41 

Kimball, Herbert H 64 

Kincer, Joseph B t- 64 

King, Brig. Gen. Campbell.. 27 

King, Col. David M 34 

King, Brig. Gen. Edward L. 28, 42 
King, Maj. Edward P., jr... 28 

King, Eric T 88 

King, Frank A 143 

King, Harold D 92 

King, Inslee C 143 

King, J. M 104 

King, M. R 25 

King, Norman L 52 

King, Nelson M 15 

King, Rex-- 75 

King, Samuel A 69 

King, Smiley 15 

King, W\ W 23 

King, Warren R 57 

King, William v.... 108 

Kingman, Maj. J. J 31 

Kingsbury, Joseph J 109 

Kinesburv, Walter S3 

Kinkaid, Commander T. C. 120 

Kinnan, William A. 93 

Kinney, J. P 53 

Kinney, John N 76 

Kinnison, H. B.. 57 

Kinsler, James C 140 

Kirbv, Francis L 75 

Kirby, Paul L 128 

Kirk, Alexander C 12 

Kirk, John R 17 

Kirk, Paul H 82 

Kirk, Thomas v.. 97 

Kirkpatrick, George D. D... 51 

Kirkpatrick, R. Z 104 

Kirkpatrick, William H 142 

Kirksey, Robert 142 

Kisliuk, Max.. jr 85 

Kitch, James B... 54 

Kitchen, Clarence W 81 

Kittelle, Rear .\dmiral Sum- 
ner E. W... 50 

Kitzhofer, Joseph H 68 



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Klath, Thormod 89 

Kleiber, Frank M 16 

Klein, Arthur J 55 

Klein, Charles A 71 

Klein, Julius 88, 113 

Kline, A. L 101 

Kloeber, Royall 26 

Klose, Charles R 21 

Kloster, Charles 137 

Klotz, R. G 125 

Knaebel, Ernest 133 

Kneale, Albert H 54 

Kneipp, Leon F 73 

Knibbs, James J 21 

Knight, Carlisle P 24,104 

Knight, Howard L 63 

Knowlcs, Louis 79 

Knowlton, John F 138 

Knox, Arthur R 16 

Knox, Capt. Dudley W 46 

Knox, Frank 55 

Knox, James H--. 45 

Knox, John Clark 140 

Koch, Edward W 88 

Koch, Egmont Eugene 134 

Koch, Frederick L 106 

Koecher, Otto E 35 

Koen, Henry R 77 

Koenig, Capt. Egmont F 41 

Koenig, Paul L 82 

Koenig, First Lt. Theodore J. 37 

Kolb, Lawrence 24 

Kolster, C. C 87 

Kongsle, Guv 101 

Korn, William A 23 

Kosar, C. D. 26 

Kotok, Edward I. 74 

Kracke, Frederick J. H 19 

Kraft, C. F 95 

Krake, Loren W. 72 

Kramer, Stephen E 126 

Kramer, William P 77 

Kratz, J. A _ Ill 

Kreutzer, George C 57 

Kreutzer, William R 75 

Krorner, Wilson H 104 

Krueger, Theodore 75 

Krulish, E 24 

Kubach, William F 57 

Kubel, S. J 56 

Kuhns, John C, jr 76 

Kumler, Benjamin W 115 

Kumpe, Lt. Col. George E.. 36 

Kunkel, G. M 26 

Kunna, Joseph J 97 

Kuntz, Emile. 19 

Kurtz, George W. 17 

Kurtz, Capt. Thomas R 46 

Kutz, Col. C. W 32 

Kutz, Maj. Harry R.. 40 

L 

LaBoiteaux, E. M... 87 

Lack, Norman M 59 

Lacy, Lane 47 

Lacy, Mary G 81 

Ladue, Col. William B 122, 

124, 125 
Lahm, Brig. Gen. Frank P.. 36 

Lake, O. C 25 

Lakin, Edgar Morton 144 

Lamb, Benjamin A 127 

Lamb, W. A 57 

Lambdin, Col. W. McK 30 

LaMoure, Judsou, jr_ 19 

Lamprey, Howard A 62 

Land, Capt. Emory S 47,118 

Landers, E 94 

Landick, George, jr 45 

Landis, Dennis S 66 

Landis Harry R 97 

Landon, Cedric R 79 

Landon, E. G 30 

Lane, B. H ., 56 

Lane, C. H 95,111 

Lane, Clayton. 89 

Lane, Mortimer B 87 

Lane, Brig. Gen. Rufus H... 48 



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Langenberg, F. C. 35 

Langley, Samuel S 135 

Langworthy, James N 75 

Lanham, Clifford. 120 

Lanham, Paul _. 120 

Lanphier, Edward S... 92 

Lanphier, Maj. Thomas G._. 37 

Lansdon, W. C.._ 108 

Lapham, Macy H 78 

Larcombe, Benjamin F 64 

Largy, Charles B 16 

Larner, Capt. William M 29 

Larrabee, Anne 99 

Larrimer, Walter H 78 

Larseu, Adolph 59 

Larson, Carl W 72 

Larson, Edwin G 66 

Larson, Ernest O 58 

La Salle, Jessie 126 

Lasche, Percival G 110 

Lassiter, Maj. Gen. William. 40 

Lathe, F. M 93 

Lathrop, William T 66 

Latimer, Louise P 125 

Latta, M. C 11 

Laughlin, Francis B... 20 

Laughlin, James L 110 

Laurent, John C 62 

Lauten, Gustave 127 

Lavin, Capt. G. S 34 

Lavinder, C. H 23 

Lawrence, C harles D 43 

Lawrence, R. L 25 

Lawson, L. M 114 

Layfleld, Harry 93 

Layne, William R 53 

Laythe, Leo L 79 

Leach, Glen G 91 

Leake, J. P 24 

Leaphart, Samuel J.- ._. 142 

Leary, John B. R 85 

Leary, Neal P 103 

Leaver, Edmund S 96 

Lebredo, Dr. Mario G 129 

Lee, Frank 141 

Lee, Frederick E 89 

Lee, Maj. J. C. H. 32 

Lee, Lasley 57 

Lee, William Burch.. 138 

Leech, Adelbert W 54 

Leedom, Chester N 142 

Lees, Fred 62 

Leese, M.A 128 

LeFevre, Robert 26,117 

Legg, Maj. M. T 30 

Lehman, Paul M 60 

Lehmann, Henry C 27 

Leigh, Rear Admiral Richard 

H .- 46 

Leighou, John V. 75 

Leister, Austin J 78 

Lcitch, J. G 87 

Lejeune, Maj. Gen. John A.. 48 
Lemen, Maj. William C... 33,41 

Lemon, Maj. George F 34 

Lenroot, Katherine F 98 

Lensen, Walter G 83 

Lentz, E. T 26 

Leonard, F. Morton 106 

Leonard, Harry B 71 

Leonard, J. J 99 

Leslie, Frank E 110 

Letts, Ira Lloyd 142 

Letts, Joseph C 31 

Leutze, Capt. T. W 47 

Levy, Edward A 35 

Lewers, A. M 94 

Lewis, A. T 30 

Lewis, Albert 17 

Lewis, E.J 20 

Lewis, Maj. Gen. Edward M. 41 

Lewis, Ernest I 100 

Lewis, George W 118 

Lewis, Maj. Henry B. 42 

Lewis, J. A 102 

Lewis, Nolan D. C 60 

Lewis, Robert E_ 134 

Lewis, Saunders, jr 133 



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Lewis, Walter K.. 71 

Lewis, Washington B 59 

Libbey, E. W 87 

Lichtenwalner, John J 59 

Licking, Lewis A 69 

Liddell, T. J... 24 

Lieser, Irvin M... 136 

Light, Frank P 5Z 

Light, William A. _ 54 

Lightloot, J. H 94 

Ligon, Charles R 139. 

Lillard, R. Q 14a 

Lillie, R. D 25. 

Lincoln, F. B 22 

Lincoln, Lt. Col. Francis H. 42 

Lind, Fred 2& 

Linden, B. H 87 

Linder, Porter 1 14 

Linder, William V.. 18 

Lindgren, Gustave S.. 66 

Lindhe, J.B 93 

Lindland, Julius C i' 

Lindley, Robert T 66 

Lindley, Walter C 137 

Lindquist, Carl P 35 

Lindsey , A 94 

Lindsey, Claude 31 

Linebaugh, Samuel W 80 

Ling, Charles S 66 

Linhardt, Oscar V. N 96. 

Linney, Charles E 66 

Linney, Frank .\ 141 

Linsley, Julius G 66 

Linson, J. U 24 

Liutner, John J 71 

Linton, Fred B._ 8& 

Lippincott, C. A_ 22. 

Lippman, Frederick 16 

Lipps, Oscar H 53,54 

Lisle, Ravmond L 72 

Little, Delbert M 66 

Littlefleld, O. A 22 

Littleton, Benjamin H 108 

Livengood, Charles -A. 89 

Livingston, Manford R 120 

Lloyd, Bolivar J 23,129 

Lloyd, William A 63 

Loaf man, Melvin R 13 

Lobdell, James S 5& 

Lockhart, William E. 74 

Lockwood, John E 66 

Lock wood, Ralph G 87 

Lockwood, W. M... 100' 

Loemer, F. A 94 

Logan, Eugene A- - 82' 

Logan, William F 85 

Loghry, Robert 35- 

Lohman, Harry R 127 

Lohmiller, Charles B.. 54 

Loisel, Victor 13& 

Lollar, Ernest E 72 

Lombard, M. S.... 24 

Lomen, Q. J 135- 

Long, Albert 68. 

Long, Charles S 1& 

Long, Clark R. 21 

Long, Harry 101 

Long, Howard H 126 

Long, J. D 23,129- 

Long, Richard C 89 

Longanecker, Maj. Ira 39 

Longfellow, Henry W 109 

Longino, Hart T 83 

Longley, Charles L 20' 

Longworth, Nicholas 121 

LoofT, Adolph T 91 

Loomis, Frank J 71 

Lord, Charles P. M 126. 

Lord, Frank A.._ 101 

Lord, Herbert M 26 

Lorenz, Max O..- lOQi 

Losh, Albert R 81 

Lott, Col. Abraham G 41 

Loughlin, G. F._ 56 

Lounsbury, Fred H 59 

Love, W. D 108 

Lovejoy, Harvey. 45' 

Lovejoy , James E 68- 



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Loveland, George A 66 

Lovell. Miij. fJeorge E., jr 36 

Lovell, William S 134 

Loving, Hamilton I 73 

Lowell, James Arnold 138 

Lowell, John \V "4 

Lowell, Sherman J 106 

Lower, Henry E 7 

Lowman, Seymour 13 

Lowry, Ralph 57 

Lucas, Robert H 14 

Luce, Robert 121 

Luokev, John J 104 

Lufkin, Willfred W 19 

Luhring, Oscar R.. _. 43 

Lukesh, Lt. Col. Gustave R. 41 
Lull, Lt. Col. Charles E. T.. 40 

Lumsden, L. L 23 

Lusby, Jackson C-- 112 

Luse, Claude Z 144 

Lyle, Roy C 18 

Lyman, Maj. A. K. B 31 

Lynch, John E 36 

Lynch. William H 81 

Lynn, Capt. E. A 33 

Lyon, Cliarles E... 89 

Lyon. Dorsey A 96 

Lyon, Maj. James W _. 38 

Lyon, Maj. L. E 31 

Lyons, George W 76 

Lyster, Col. William J. L 39 

Lytel, James L 58 

Lytic, James G 15 

LyTle, William M 93 

M 

McAdams, Lt. Col. John P.. 38 

McAfee. Miss Bertha 128 

Mc.\rdle, LeRov P 70 

Mc.\tee, Waldo L 79 

McAulilTe, Jo,seph P 66 

McAuIiffe, Maurice J 115 

McAulitTe, W. J. B 26 

McBride, Archibald 69 

McBride, Frank F 45 

McBride, John C.._ 19 

McBride, Capt. L. B 47 

McBride, Capt. Lewis M 39 

McBride, Walter L 17 

McCain, Arthur C 76 

McCain, Francis M 138 

McCain, Maj. Gen. Hem-y P. 120 

McCall, Arthur G 78 

McCampbell, Andrew 18 

McCandless, John B 97 

McCandliss, Donald A 82 

MeCarl, J. R ii6 

MeCarron, Marcus A 83 

McCarthy, B. Florens 84 

McCarthy, Edward F.. 74 

McCaskey, Lt. Col. Douglas. 27 

McCaskill, Alexander L 19 

McCaslin, Bert L 68 

McCaughn, Blakelv D 15 

McCaulder, E. P 102 

McCauley, Harry T 17 

McCawley, Brig. Gen. 

Charles L 48 

McChord, Maj. William C 37 

McClain. Jamesie E 59 

McClain, John H 72 

McCleave, Col. Robert 41 

McClellan, Leslie N 57 

McClelland, Charles P 20 

McClelland. E. M 106 

McClintic, George W 144 

McClure, Herbert J 43 

McClure, W.V 141 

McClurg, RovJ 66 

McComb, David E 125 

McComb, J. Baldwin... 110 

MeConnell, Hubert F 127 

McConnochie, J. F 20 

McConville, Arthur H 62 

McCord, Alan R 52 

McCord, J. L. V 56 

MeCord, Sophie 19 

McCormaek, James W 127 



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McCormick, James 122 

McCormick, Paul 72 

McCormick, Paul J 136 

McCornish, Thomas F 54 

McCoy, George W 23 

McCoy, Horace L 109 

McCov, Joseph S... 13 

McCov, Walter I 145 

McCreerv, Walter G 89 

McCrory, Samuel H 81 

McCuen, James H. 49 

McCuen, Robert W 15 

McCulloch, Albert B 22 

McCulloch, Charles N 57 

McCulloch, Edgar A.._ 107 

McCumber, P.J 113 

McDaniel, C. H 103 

McDermott, Michael J . 12 

McDill, John R 110 

McDonald, J. C 103 

McDonald, James 70 

McDonald, John 35 

McDonald, Rear Admiral 

John D. 50 

McDonald, John J 114 

McDonald, Walter 35 

McDonald, William A. 71 

McDonald, William H 83 

McDonald, William J 77 

McDonnell, C. C 86 

McDonnell, J. A 37 

McDonnell, Maj. John C 40 

McDowell, Gilbert W 66 

McDowell, Henry C 144 

McDowell, Malcolm 55 

McEntee, Capt. William 104 

McEvov, George A 49 

McEvoy, Thomas J_ 109 

McFadden, James G. 27 

McFall, Clifford R 135 

McFaul, William D 110 

McGee, William J .51 

McGee, WMllford J.__ 86 

McGeogh, Edward J 49 

McGinn, Edward A... 110 

McGintv, George B 100 

McGlashan, H. D 57 

McGonegal, Alfred R 125 

McGovern, Eugene 14 

McGrath, Edward 45 

McGregor, Capt. D. G 33 

McGregor, James C 142 

McGregor, James H 54 

McGroarty, Charles N 13 

McGufTev, Margaret D 7 

McHale, P. B 103 

McHale, V. R 21 

McHarg, Charles K,, jr 74 

McHugh, William O. 70 

McTlvaine, C. A 104 

Mcintosh, Harry A 15 

Mcintosh, Joseph W 13 

Mclntyre, Maj. Gen. Frank. 37 

McXaig, Thomas B 20 

McKay, J. Gordon.. 81 

McKean, Edward E 53 

McKean, Rear Admiral 

Josiah S_ 49 

McKee, First Lt. Frank M.. 37 
McKeeby, Lt. Col. George L. 41 

KcKeon, F. H 24 

McKeon, Thomas F 87 

McKenzie, Alex 124 

McKibben, Walter M 16 

McKimmie, Simon 124 

McKinley, Col. James F 41 

McKune, Emery F 83 

McLane, A. V 143 

McLaughlin, A. J 23 

McLaughlin, J. B., jr 14 

McLaughlin, John P 14 

McLaughhn, Walter W 81 

McLeod, Collin J 17 

McLeod, George B 136 

McMahon, Capt. Fred A 34 

McMahon, John P 127 

McManamy, Frank 100 

McManus, J. J 86 



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McMillan, Lt. Commander 

C. C_. 22 

McMillen, Robert N 107 

McMillin, Frank E 44 

McMuUen, Lt. Col. J. I 117 

McMullen, John 2;-! 

McMurtv, John H. 17 

McNabb, Charles E 106 

McNabb, Samuel W 136 

McNarv, John H. 141 

McNeeiv, Lee 137 

McNeelv, Capt. Robert W.. 49 

McNeillv, Emraett E 55 

McNeir, William 12 

McQuade, James D.... 127 

McQneen, Alexander 76 

McQueenev, Hugh F 126 

McQuillan, Hugh 17 

McRae, Colin E 33 

McRae, Maj. Gen. James H. 39 

McReynolds, Frank R 18 

McRevnolds, James Clark... 133 

McRevnolds, W. D 137 

McRevnolds. William H. 114,116 

McWilliam, Janet 126 

MacArthur, Maj. Gen. Doug- 
las 40 

Macarthur, W 93 

Macauley, B. J 26 

MacCracken, W'illiaraP., jr.. 87 

Macdonald, George H 127 

Macdonald, Thomas H 80 

Macdonald, William J 93 

MacDougall, Rear Admiral 

W. D 48 

Macduff, Nelson F 76 

Mace, Price M., ir 90 

MacGowan, Harold P 89 

MacGregor, G. Fernandez... 114 

MacHale, L. R 102 

Mack, Charles B 75 

Mack, Julian W 134 

MacKende, H. Bentley 89 

MacLalTerty, James H 87 

MacLake, William 119 

MacLean, Henry C 89 

MacLeod, Donald B.__ 26 

MacMillan, Marion B 109 

Macnab, Col. Alexander J., 

jr 28 

MacNab, J. F 94 

MacNider, Hanford 27 

Macy, George W 15 

Madden, Arthur P 17 

Madigan, John J 56 

Madsen, Jens 69 

Maessen, O 104 

Magalhaes, Dr. Raul Al- 
meida 129 

Magrath, Charles A 113 

Magruder, George M 23 

Magruder, Leonard.. _.. 20 

Magruder, Rear Admiral 

Thomas P 49 

Magruder, W. B 95 

Mague, Roscoe E 44 

Mahaffie, Charles D 100 

Mahaffv, Henry C, jr 136 

Mahoney, J. F._ 25 

Mahoney, Louis J 90 

Mains, Guy B 75 

Maitland, First Lt. lister J. 27 
Major, Col. Duncan K., jr... 40 

Malcolm, George A 38 

Maling, Walter B 135 

Mallalieu, Thomas O... 44 

Malone, A. G 102 

Maloney, Alfred J 69 

Mallory, George L 135 

Mangum, James E 111 

Manly, Col. Clarence J 40 

Mann, Frank T 55 

Mann, Walter G... 75 

Mann, William M.... 123 

Manning, Caroline 99 

Manning, H. M. 24 

Manning, Joseph A 18 

Mansfield, George R 56 



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Mansfield, William R 98 

Manton, Martin A 133 

Marbut, Curtis F 78 

Marker, Rov B_.. 142 

Markev, D.John 111 

Markham, Col. E. M.. 33 

Marks, Harris A 82 

Marks, Sidney J 127 

Markwalter, Henrv F 102 

Marlatt, Charles L 78,84 

Maries, William J 44 

Marlin, William L 109 

Marmer, Harry A 92 

Marquette, John J 108 

Marquis. J. Clyde 81,82 

Marrinan,- John_.. 100 

Marriner, J. Theodore 12 

Mars, Lt. Col. James A 36 

Marschalk, William A., jr... 53 

Marsh, Clarence T. N.. 68 

Marsh, Edward T 71 

Marsh, Frederick W.. 136 

Marsh, George H 141 

Marsh, Samuel T 82 

Marsh, Seward H.. 77 

Marshall, E. R 24 

Marshall, Capt. Geoffrey 38 

Marshall, George E 75 

Marshall, Henry 69 

Marshall, John 43 

Marshall, John T 53 

Marshall, O. K 119 

Marshall, William H 97 

Marstella, John P 17 

Martel, Charles 7 

Martin, A. W 103 

Martin, Annie H 20 

Martin, Augustus S 69 

Martin, Maj. Gen. Charles 

H 42 

Martin, Charles L 119 

Martin, O. H 105 

Martin, George E 74,145 

Martin, Guy H 136 

Martin, Harold H 112 

Martin, J. L 125 

Martin, Lawrence 7 

Martin, Leo C 13 

Martin, Max 112 

Martin, Oscar B 63 

Martin, Reed F 116 

Martin, Robert B 113 

Martin, Robert F. R 90 

Martineau, Laureat L 98 

Martyn, John W 27 

Marvin, Charles F 64,118 

Marvin, Thomas O 106 

Masker, Wilham A 92 

Masse, Edward K 137 

Masterson, D. S 23 

Masterson, L. C 143 

Math, Frank A.. _ 66 

Mather, Stephen T 58,122 

Mathers, A. N 59 

Mathews, Allen G 143 

Mathewson, Jewett R 85 

Mathias, Thomas F 52 

Mathues, W. Frank 142 

Matson, Charles W 93 

Matthews, Charles E 45 

Matthews, Ellen N. 98 

Matthews, John, jr__ 88 

Mattingly, Robert E 127 

Mattoon, Merwin A 77 

Mattsson, Carl A 76 

Mau, Haveth E 141 

Maughan, P'irst Lt. Russell 

L 37 

Mauk, George A 135 

Maule, W illiam M 76 

Mawhinnev, Robert J 43 

Maxam, Oliver M 22 

Ma.xcy, K. F _ 25 

May, Daniel W 63 

May, Edgar H 47 

May, John B., jr 46 

May, John L 20 

May, Vincent B___ 52 



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Mayer, Carl J... 89 

Mayhew, C. D... 32 

Mays, Walter P 17 

Mays, William O . 18 

Mead, Ellwood 57 

Meadors, Willis H 68 

Meads, Eugene 92 

Mealy, Victor II 17 

Meany, Mary I 21 

Mecom, Philip H 138 

Medary, Milton B., jr 122 

Medding, First Lt. Walter L. 31 

Meek, Edward R-_ _._ 143 

Meekins, Isaac M _ 14! 

Meekins, Lvnn W 89 

Megill, Lt. "Col. Sebring C. 35,40 

MehaiTey, Maj. J. C... 121 

Meikle, John C. 97 

Meiling, Harry F Ifi 

Meinzer, O. E 57 

Melby, First Lt. Elizabeth 

A.. ___ 30 

Melchor, H. K 14 

Mellon, Andrew W._ 113, 120, 121 

Meloy, AlfO 137 

Meloy, Francis E 117 

Mendenhall, Walter C 56 

Mendenhall, William V 76 

Menger, Capt. Cornelius H.. 33 

Menges, Lt. Col. W. H 30 

Meno, Frederick J 93 

Menzies, John W 138 

Merchant, Gerald C 66 

Meredith, Claude T 16 

Meredith, Maj. Owen R 42 

Meritt, Edgar B 53 

Meriwether, Frank V 96 

Merrick, Romaine Q 18 

Merrill, Austin C 144 

Merrill, George P 123 

Merrill, Leroy E 68 

Merrill, Melvin C 63 

Merrill, O. C 108 

Merritt, A. D 94 

Merritt, E. F. G 126 

Metcalf, Carl V 72 

Metcalf, Haven 73 

Metzdorf, Dewey W 59 

Metzger, George P 10 

Meyer, Balthasar H 100 

Meyer, E. Albert 72 

Meyer, EuGiene 21,107 

Meyer, H.H.B 7 

Meyer, Harvey K 53 

Meyer, J. D. Ernest 142 

Meyer, John D 142 

Meyer, Marcus S 91 

Meyer, Col. Oren B 35,40 

Meyers, Robert L 15 

Michel, Carl 24 

Miekev, William E 114 

Middle-brooks. Thomas E.... 18 

Middlelon, William G 71 

Midaleton, William J 39 

Milks, Harley H 109 

Miles, Maj. Francis H 42 

Miles, Ravmond T.' 17 

Miles, Rutherford T 83 

Millen, Charles J 69 

Millender, Hamilton C 85 

Miller, A. C 106, 113 

Miller, Albert G 17 

Miller, Col. Alexander M.. 35,42 

Miller, Andrew 141 

Miller, Arthur W 67 

Miller, Chester 68 

Miller, Clarence A 22 

Miller, Col. Claude H 28 

Miller, Bertrand C 141 

Miller, Dalton G 81 

Miller, Douglas P 89 

Miller, Edgar K '54 

Miller, Edward G 75 

Miller, Elmer E 55 

Miller, Eric R- 66 

Miller, Frank G 69 

Miller, Frank J 72 

Miller, Grant B 44 



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Miller, Guy H 81 

Miller, Col. Harvey W 41 

Miller, John J.. _ 128 

Miller, Joshua 68 

Miller, K. E. 24 

Miller, Maj. Lehman W 33 

Miller, Newton M__ 15 

Miller, Peter H..._ 14 

Miller, Ralph C 83 

Miller, Ravmond C 89 

Miller, Lt. Col. Reuben B... 31 

Miller, Ross O 66 

Miller, Thomas A 102 

Miller, Walter L.. 88 

Milligan, E. J.. 125 

Milliken, John B 108 

Mills, James E 38 

Mills, Ogden L 13 

Milne, George H_ 7 

Mindling, George W 66 

Mink, Oscar W 75 

Minnick, S. Percy.- 64 

Minor, W. M.. 103 

Minot, Kendall J 22 

Mires, H. F 14 

Miser, H. D .- 56 

Mitchell, Alexander J 66 

Mitchell, Charles L 64 

Mitchell, F. Edward 104, 136 

Mitchell, G. F_. 86 

Mitchell, Harry O 90 

Mitchell, Col. James B 28 

Mitchell, James C..__ 18 

Mitchell, John B. 88 

Mitchell, Lester H.. 58 

Mitchell, Mowatt M 89 

Mitchell, William A.._ 6 

Mitchell, William D 43, 129 

Mize. Ralph C 66 

Moffett, Guy 115, 116 

Moffett, Rear .\dmlral Wil- 
liam A_.._ 47, 118 

Mohler, John R 67, 128 

Mohr, Alfred H.. 104 

Moinet, Edward J 139 

Moll, Arch G 15 

Molster, Charles E 87 

Molyneaux, Joseph W 139 

Molyneux, Harold L 66 

Monckton, Frank D 134 

Money, Walters 136 

Monteath, A. D._ 99 

Monteiro, John A 92 

Montgomery, Edward G 88 

Montgomery, George 103 

M ontgomery , George N 91 

Montgomery, J. -'\. 141 

Moore, A. A 106 

Moore, A. F 123 

Moore, Bert C._._ 109 

Moore, Charles_ 7, 120 

Moore, Dunlop 23 

Moore, G. B.. 102 

Moore, Hayden L 19 

Moore, Jesse D. - 140 

Moore, Joseph M 17 

Moore, Josiah A 52 

Moore, M. J 93 

Moore, Noble.. 105 

Moore, O.T... 99 

Moore, R. B 59 

Moore, Samuel M., jr 109 

Moore, Wharton 88 

Moorehead, Warren K. 55 

Moorhead, Ellwood S 6 

Moorman, Charles H 134 

Moran, Harry E 67 

Moran, W. H 13 

Moreland, Col. Sherman 42 

Morelock, Lee 43 

Morey, Lt. Col. L. S 30 

Morgan, Col. Alfred S 40 

Morgan, Arja 100 

Morgan, E. T... 95 

Morgan, Edward W 55 

Morgan, George L 82 

Morgan, Henry A 52 

Morgan, Herbert E 115 



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Morgan, Lorel N 44 

Morgan, MarshalL.. 114 

Morgan, Stokeley W 12 

Morgan, Walter J.. _. 83 

Morlander. George A 5!! 

Morlev, Mary. ._. 55 

Morrell, Fred W 74 

Morrill, Chester 21,107 

Morris, B. N 94 

Morris, Benjamin W.. 120 

Morris, Rear Admiral 

Charles 47 

Morris, Charles M 143 

Morris, Evan L.. 83 

Morris, Finis D.. _._ 95 

Morris, George F 140 

Morris, Hugh M_.. ,. 13(3 

Morris, Lawrence A.. _ 35 

Morris, Logan.. 108 

Morris, R. K 104 

Morris, First Lt. William C. 37 

Morris, William Herman 16 

Morris, Lt. Col. Willis V.... 28 

Morrison, .A.. T 26 

Morrison, .\da B 78 

Morrison, Donald S 101,103 

Morrison, Hugh .\ 7 

Morrison, Lisle 78 

Morrow, Edwin P.. 100 

Morrow, Col. Henry M 39 

Morse, George Bryon 71 

Morton, G. L. 95 

Morton, Grant .T 86 

Morton, James M., jr 138 

Morton, R. C 102 

Mortsolf, Jesse B 55 

Moscowitz, Grover M 140 

Moses, Harold D 102 

Moses, Roy H 46 

Moslvey, George A... 58 

Moss. KicKenzie _ 145 

Mossmau, Eugene D 54 

Mossman, P. D 25 

Mote, Sharon R. 54 

Motter, Harvey H. 14 

Mottesheard, Ira H. 144 

Mountin, Joseph W. 25 

Mowbray, H. Siddons 120 

Mowry, Ross W 138 

Moyer, Lawson A 115 

Mozee, Benjamin B 56 

Mudd, Thomas B. R 97 

Mullan, E.H 24 

MuUaney, John J 36 

MuminemholT, Alice 44 

Mundelle, Robert B 44 

Munger, Thomas C 140 

Munger, Thornton T 74 

Munroe, C. E 96 

Munson, Col. Edward L 41 

Munster, Otto W 98 

Murdoch, James W.. 70 

Murdock, J. R 26 

Murdock, J. Edgar 108 

Murdock, John S 142 

Murnn, Capt. Orin G 46 

Murphy, Charles 35 

Murphy, Edmund J 84 

Murphy, Frank H 16 

Murphy, Frank J 19 

Murphy, John J 66 

Murphy, John T 52 

Murphv, Joseph .\.. 127 

Murphy, Thomas F 114 

Murray, Arthur L 96 

Murray, Frank E 71 

Murray, Lt. Commander 

George D 47 

Murray, Percy E 105 

Murray, V. B 25 

Muss/rave, Mark E 79 

Mushhach, George E 80 

Musser. Jennie.. 19 

Musser, Lt. Col. Robert G... 30 

Mussman, .\rthur B 134 

Myers, Abram F 107 

Myers, Edward E 21 



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Myers, Fred 66 

Myers, Jefferson 101 

Myrick, Eldon H 74 

N 

Naden, George F 52 

Nagel, William N 74 

Nagle. John D 98 

Nagle, John L 121 

Naret, Joel Q 52 

Nash, C. R 14 

Nash, James T 98 

Nash-Boulden, Stephen A... 76 

Nathan, Harold 43 

Nauts, Charles H 15 

Naylor. Estill E 124 

Neagle, Pickens 48 

Neal, Albert B 39 

Neal, Carl B 76 

Neal, George E 17 

Nearv, Hugh G 16 

Neblctt, Colin 140 

Needham, John T 59 

Neelv, Robert E 15 

Neff," Blanche.. 127 

Neff, L. C 103 

Neff, Pat M 100 

Neifert, William W 66 

Neill, Mather H 24 

Nellis, Jessie C 88 

Nelson, .\lmer P 79 

Nelson, Herbert E 83 

Nelson, Nils B.. 93 

Nelson, Ralph W 52 

Nesbit, W. W 26 

Ness, A. S 99 

Neterer, Jeremiah 144 

Nettles, Isham D 16 

Nettleton, Leigh L 98 

Neumann, E). 116 

Neuner, George . 141 

Nevitt, J. R 125 

Nevius, Joseph D 18 

Newby, Robert E 112 

Newcome, William A 12 

Newell, Lt. Col. George M.- 30 

Newell, Herbert D 58 

Neweil, Robert J 57 

Newman, .\lexander 110 

Newman, Paul C 82 

Newman, Capt. Q. B 22 

Newman, Robert R 69 

Newman, Wilbur L 62 

Newman, William A 22 

Newsom, John F 66 

Newton, Cornelius R 83 

Newton, Frank T 139 

Newton, Harry H 106 

Newton, Howard M 71 

Newton, Roy L 8<1 

Nichol, Graham B 14 

Nichol, Harvey R. 45 

Nichols, Arthur A 17 

Nichols, Esek S 66 

Nichols, J. C 122 

Nichols, L 93 

Nichols, Nerval P 98 

Nichols, W. W 113 

Nichols, William B 68 

Nicholson, M. R.... 20 

Nicholson, Murdock D 52 

Nicholson, Philip W 127 

Nickerson, Maj. L. A 34 

Nicolls, Henry 98 

Nicolson, John 101 

Nielsen, Fred K 114 

Nighbert, Erasmus M 72 

Niles, William B 70 

Nixon, ^[arv S 27 

Noble, John E 127 

Noel, John C 15 

Noell, J. C 106 

Nolan, David. 17 

Nolan, Mai. Gen. Dennis E. 40 

Nones, Hiram T 89 

Norcross, Theodore W 74, 122 



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Nord, Arthur O 76 

Nordinger, George C 16 

Nortiiic^t, Clinton E 66 

Norris, Ci.arenco L.. 69 

Norris, Martin H 50 

North, Maj. Earl 31 

North, First Lt. Thomas 111 

Northcott, Elliott : 133 

Northrop, J. D 56 

Norton, Augustus P 116 

Norton, Edward J 12 

Norvell, Col. Guy S 38 

Norwood, Clell. 59 

Nowels, Kenneth B 96 

Noyes, Arthur P.. 60 

Noyes, G. Harold 66 

Noyes, Second Lt. John R... 105 

Noyes, Theodore W 129, 130 

Nugent, Col. George A 29 

Nugent, J. F 107 

Nulton, Rear Admiral Louis 

M 48 

Nunn, Roseoe 66 

Nusbaum, Jesse L 58 

Nutt, Levi G . 18,120 

Nutt, Robert H 68 

Nydegger, James A 23 

Nye, C. S 102 

Nystrom, Amer B 72 

O 

Cakes, Col. J. C. 32 

Oakley, J. H 23 

Oakley, Russell A 73 

Obenchain, Charles A 51 

Oberlin, J.J 95 

O'Brien, George 19 

O'Brien, Honora 60 

O'Brien, John A .. _ 70 

O'Brien, L. F 93 

O'Brien, Ruth. 84 

O'Brien, Thomas A . 28 

O'Brien, Thomas W 99 

O'Connell, John 51 

O'Connor, James J... 139 

O'Connor, T. V 101 

O'Connor, Thomas.. 127 

O'Dell, Col. Henry A 34 

Odend'hal, Edward P 110 

Odom, Capt. Cleve C 104 

Odom, Dr. J. D 104 

Oehmann, John W 125 

Offly, Col. Robert S 40 

Offutt, A. E... 60 

Oflutt, Armand 58 

Oftedal, Alf 18 

Ogden, Byron K 103 

Ogle, Charles T 46 

Ogletree, George C 15 

O'Hara, Maj. James J 28 

O'Hara, Robert B 21 

O'Hern, Col. Edward P 41 

Ohnhaus, Charles J 144 

Ojeda, Jose Hernandez 114 

Olberg, Charles R.. 53 

Olds, Robert E. 12 

O'Leary, Eugene B 78 

O'Leary, John P 72 

Olesen. Robert 24 

Olin, Col. Hilden 42 

Olmstead, Gardner M 110 

01m.sted, Frederick Law 122 

01m.sted, J. Clark.... 99 

Olsen, Charles W 16 

Olsen, Nils A... 81,82 

Olsen, Orange A 76 

Olson, Gunder 15 

O'Mallcv, Henrv 91 

O'Malley. Mary 60 

Oman, Andrev.- E 79 

O'Neill, James F 20 

Oram, Capt. Hugh P 31 

O'Rear, Hugh Max 71 

O'Reilly, Mary M 20 

Orrick, John C. 139 

Ortiz, Dr. Pedro N 38 

Orton, Col. E. P 30 



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Osborn, Alovsius E . 66 

Osborn, E.t 22 

Osborn, William F 68 

Osborne, A Igernon A 89 

Osborne, Frances S 125 

Ostrand, James 38 

Otis, Merrill E 139 

O'Toole, Mary 127 

Ourand, W. 0_ 95 

Overholtzer, Ralph F 15 

Owen, Elbert A 66 

Owen, Somerset A 12 

Owens, Millard M 136 

Oyler, Ralph H.-.. 18 



Pace, John C 70 

Pack, Alonzo Q 100 

Paegelow, Lt. Col. John A... 37 

Page, Alfred H.-_ 17 

Page, Frank A 15 

Page, George T_ 134 

Page, John C._ 57 

Page, Lewis AV 54 

Page, Samuel M 68 

Page, Wilbur J 88 

Pagenhart, Edwin H 92 

Paget, Wilmer J.. 7 

Pagter, Lawrence B ,6 

Paine, Charles W 115 

Paine, Howard S 77 

Painter, Clyde R 108 

Palmer, Arthur W 82 

Palmer, Lt. Col. Bruce 27 

Palmer, Charles F 68 

Palmer, Lawrence J 80 

Palmer, Theodore S 79 

Palmer, William M 138 

Parater, George H 106 

Parcher, George 24 

Park, Charles A 92 

Park, James F 72 

Park, William E 110 

Park, Wilham M.. 89 

Parker, Chauncey Q 101 

Parker, Dorsey J 96 

Parker, E. V lie 

Parker, Edwin B 112 

Parker, Col. Francis Le J 40 

Parker, Frank_. 82 

Parker, Brig. Gen. Frank 27 

Parker, G. L 57 

Parker, George A 18 

Parker, George W-_ 143 

Parker, Horace A_. 57 

Parker, John D 29 

Parker, John J 133 

Parker, L. 0._._ 26 

Parker, Mildred E 60 

Parker, S. M 19 

Parker, Wesley D 79 

Parker, William E 92 

Parkhurst, Douglas L 92 

Parkin, Wilham 133 

Parks, George A 61 

Parks, Kail E 72 

Parmelee, E. H 104 

Parmelce, L. D 103 

Parmenter, Bertice Marvin.. 43 

Parran, Thomas, jr 23 

Parrett, Ray R 54 

Parrish, Lt. Commander 

Charles J 48 

Parrish, Jay M 15 

Parrott, Jacob L 17 

Parrott, Col. Ralph B 40 

Parry, Carl 106 

Parshall, Ralph L 81 

Parsons, C. A 103 

Parsons, Charles F 137 

Parsons, Frank B 18 

Parsons, Fred B 17 

Parsons, Henry S 7 

Parsons, Capt. M. H 121 

Partridge, Maj, C. E 33 

Patrick, Henry R 66 

Patrick, Maj. Gen. Mason 

M 36,118 



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Patterson, Lt. Col. Charles 

H 39 

Patterson, E. O 140 

Patterson, Edwin W 128 

Patterson, Ernest 51 

Patterson, R. C 56 

Patterson, Col. Robert U .30 

Patterson, Roscoe C 139 

Patterson, Walter B 126 

Patton, Hugh L 144 

Patton, Raymond S 87,92 

Paul, Arthur E 86 

Paul, Leslie J liO 

Paull, G. S 14 

Paulsen, C. G 57 

Paulsen, William L 17 

Pauly, E. G 89 

Paxton, Edward C 82 

Payne, Charles F.. 69 

Payne, George C 103 

Payne, John Barton 129,130 

Peabody, Joseph Winthrop.. 128 

Peabody, Sherman R 90 

Peacock, Fred L 92 

Peacore, Edward J 53 

Peairs, J. W 34 

Peak, W. L 128 

Pearce, Wallace J 75 

Pearce, Walter N 90 

Pearls, Hervey B 53 

Pearsall, Charles M 119 

Pearson, Edwin H 22 

Pearson, Gustaf A 74 

Pease, Guy S 15 

Peat, James R 18 

Peck, Allen S 75 

Peck, Charles T 126 

Peck, Lt. Col. E. C 120 

Peck, George C 89 

Peck, M. K 95 

Peck, Paul N 116 

Peck, Ray 75 

Peck, First Lt. Walter R 37 

Peckham, Miss Alice 142 

Peebles, James E 90 

Peek, Lt. Col. Ernest D 27 

Peek, Maj. Norman W 37 

Peirce, Charles F 53 

Peirce, Vernon M 81 

Pehkan, E. R 25 

Pennington, J. D 18 

Peppers, Donald F 110 

Perez, Antanasio T 50 

Perkins, Carlton L 77 

Perley, Clarence W 7 

Perrin, Theodore J 72 

Perrott, G. St. J 96 

Perry, Antonio M 137 

Perry, Ernest B 114 

Perry, J. C 23 

Perry, John E 80 

Perry, Leon L 126 

Perry, Milton T 70 

Perry, First Lt. Redding F.. Ill 

Perry, Reuben 53 

Pershing, Gen. John J 111 

Peters, C 104 

Peters, John A 138 

Peterson, Agnes L 99 

Peterson, Samuel P 66 

Petherick, C.J 12 

Pettigrew, Bernard J 144 

Pettijohn, Ivouis J 21 

Pettis, Maj. Charles R... 31,40 

Pettus, William J 23 

Phair, Harry G 35 

Phalen, Lt. Col. James M... 30 

Phelan, Marie T 98 

Phelps, Lilburn 13S 

Philbrook, Edward E 20 

Phillips, David W 15 

Phillips, Francis J 97 

Phillips, Frank M 55 

Philhps, J. F 22 

PhilMps, Lindsay B 143 

Phillips, Orie L 140 

PhilUps, Oscar F 83 

Philhps, P. J 99 



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Phillips, Percy W 108 

Phillipson, Maj. Irving J 28 

Pickard, Edward T 88 

Pickens, Capt. Andrew C ... 47 

Pickens, James M 73 

Pickett, Charles E 136 

Pieper, Grover C 68 

Pier, Clarence L 83 

Pierce, Appleton H lU 

Pierce, C. C 23 

Pierce, Charles H 94 

Pierce, Edward R 127 

Pierce, Harry H 88 

Pierce, M. J 101 

Pierce, P. P 94 

Pierce, Rev. Ulysses G. B... 129 

Pierrot, A. Ogden 89 

Pierson, Charles O 35 

Pierson, Joseph W 127 

Pierson, Lewis E 113 

Pigman, Elbridge G 69 

Pike, Hiirrington 101 

Pike, Katharine R . . 19 

Pilgcr, Theodore 89 

Pillsbury, Lt. Col. G. B 31 

Pindell, Lewis M 66 

Pinkham, Charles F 69 

Pinkley, Frank 59 

Piper, .Stanlev E ... 79 

Pistole, Lt. Col. William B.. 40 

Pitman, George W 66 

Pittman James S . 109 

Pitts, Edwin B 29 

Piatt, Edmund 1O6 

Plemmons, Caney L. i26 

Plumb, Herbert L 76 

Plumb, James R 72 

Plummer, Edwatd C lOl 

Plunkett, Rear Admiral 

Charles P 49 

Plymale, Charles A 77 

Poe, Burns .. 15 

Polk, Marshall T 17 

Pollock, Capt. Edwin T 46 

Pollock, Eral Owen 83 

Pollock, John C 138 

Poole, B. C 104 

Poole, Charles G. 79 

Pooler, Frank C. W 75 

Pope, A. L 95 

Pope, Lt. Col. F. A 33 

Porch, Jesse P 127 

Porter, Henrv G 115 

Porter, M. E 94 

Porter, R. E 25 

Porter, Thurston R 145 

Porter, Maj. William N 38 

Porterfield, Capt. L. B 46 

Posey, E. L 93 

Pote, Thomas B 69 

Potter, Col. Charles L 32,92 

Potter, Harlow G 70 

Potts, Roy C 82 

Poulton, Albert C 82 

Pounder, John A 113 

Powell, Capt. Ualsey 46 

Powell, Henry A 113 

Powell, Maj. Roger G 92 

Poyet, Anthony 35 

Pozzi, Pascal C 101 

Prather, D. J 25 

Pratt, Henry G 126 

Pratt, Orlo A 85 

Pratt, Rear Admiral William 

V _ 48 

Prav, Charles N 139 

Preble, Paul 24 

Prentis, Percy L 97 

Presbrey, Maj. OUver H 42 

Pressley, Jackson H 36 

Preston, Porter J 57 

Price, David J 77 

Price, Fr;mk 76 

Price, Ivil O... 19 

Price, J. A 22 

Price, Capt. Louis H 42 

Price, M.O... 95 

Price, Sterling M 72 



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Price, Warren Q. 15 

Price, Maj. X. H Ill 

Priest, Eddie McCall 19 

Priest, Eugene S 17 

Prince, Cliarles E., sr 84 

Prince, George E 83 

Proctor, F. R- 20 

Proctor, Robert A 12 

Proffit, S. Green 144 

Prosinagg, Ernst 112 

Provine, Walter M 137 

Pruneda, Dr. Alfonso 129 

Pugh, Arthur W 66 

Purcell, Charles H 81 

Purdv. Milton Dwight 145 

Purssell. Ulvsses G 66 

Purtill, Edward A 16 

Purton, A. B 57 

Purvis, Samuel- 136 

Putnam, George R _. 91 

Putnam, Ilerbert 7,130 

Putnam, Wesley W._. 82 

Q 

Quaintance, Altus L 78 

Quesenberry, James R 70 

Quezon, Manuel L 37 

Quiglev, Walter F 69 

Quinlan, Lt. Col. D, P 117 

Quinn, E. F 13 

Quinn, Peter H 81 

Quinn, Richard B 141 

Qvale, Sigurdt B. 18 

R 

Rabbitt, Wade H 7 

Rabe, Harry F 141 

Rackstraw, Elsie 106 

Radclifie, Lewis 91 

Rafiensperger, Hayes B 72 

Rafter, Ci. S 94 

Ragsdale, W. M... 99 

Rague, W. J__. 102 

Ralston, Oliver C 96 

Ramer, W. X 103 

Ramsay, Gordon A 26,117 

Ramsay, Robert A 67 

Ramser, Charles E 81 

Ramsey, C. jV 99 

Ramsey, James A 52 

Ramus, Carl 23 

Randall, Oscar J 55 

Randolph, E. S 104 

Randolph. John B 27 

Randolph, Marv 11 

Rands, Ernest P 51 

Range, Ernest L 56 

Rankin, Hugh B 76 

Rankin, Wellington D 139 

Ransom, Webstej H 80 

Raphael. John 76 

Rapp, Herbert H... 114 

Rarey, Ernest G 17 

Rasmussen, Charles .\ 14 

Rasmussen, H. A 25 

Rasmussen, M. W 22 

Rastall, Walter H 88 

Rasin, .\. Parks 16 

Ravenel, William de C 123 

Rawdon, Preston G. 16 

Rawlins, William T 137 

Rawls, Percys 111 

Ray, F. G 31 

R.av, Frank S.. 47 

Rav, Glenn S 82 

Ray, Hoyt E 137 

Ray, William G 16 

Ravmond, Elizabeth J 115 

Raymond, Fred M 139 

Ravnes, Harrv 66 

Ready, Michael L 127 

Reagan, Daniel J _ 90 

Reagh, Russell R 114 

Record, Quince 99 

Redding, Charles L 136 

Redding, Sidnev B 135 

Redfern, O. R 87 



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Redington, Paul O 78 

Redmond, Col. E. R 38 

Redrow, W. L 94 

Reed, Charles D 66 

Reed, Clvde 47 

Reed, David A 111 

Reed, Edward O 6 

Reed, Elmer. 52,135 

Reed, Ivv K 98 

Reed, L. E- 99 

Reed, Nicholas F 138 

Reed, Capt. Paul L 47 

Reed, Thomas M... 135 

Reed, Thomas R... 66 

Reed, Wendell M.. 53 

Reeder, George 66 

Reese, Robert M 62 

Reeves, Albert L 139 

Regar, Robert S 45 

Reichard, J. D_ 25 

Reichenbach, Frederic 35 

Reid, Henrv J. E 118 

Reid, William A 129 

Reidv, John B 71 

Reillv, Martin 126 

Rcilly, William A 97 

Reinecke. Mrs. Mabel G 14 

Reinhardt, David J 136 

Rei.^imer, George 17 

Rellstab, John 140 

Relyea, F. W._ 102 

Remmel, Harmon L 14 

Renner, Ernest A 75 

Renshaw, Donald 89 

Repp, George E 69 

Reppert, Frank E 13 

Rethers, Brig. Gen. H. F 29 

Reuter, Frederick W 44 

Reutter, Albert H 19 

Revelle, Thomas P 144 

Revnolds, Col. Charles R__. 30 

Reynolds, E. C 95 

Revnolds, Ernest L 115 

Revnolds, Gradv 135 

Revnolds, John B 43 

Revnolds, Marshall S 15 

Reynolds, Maj. Stephen C . . 29 

Rhees, Benjamin R 18 

Rhinehart, Bennett E 1.37 

Rhoades, Lt. Col. Albert L. 35,41 

Rhoades, Lt. Col. Rex H 30 

Rhodes, Harrv W 92 

Rhodes, M. E 116 

Rhodes, Susie Root. 126 

Rice, Albert G 77 

Rice, C. E.,.. - 25 

Rice, George S 95 

Rice, Thomas D 78 

Rice, Wilham B 75 

Rice, Maj. Wilham S 30 

Rich, MelvinC 85 

Rich, Theodore S 71 

Rich, M'ilhsH 91 

Richard, V. I 95 

Richards, Brig. Gen. George. 48 

Richards, George M 64 

Richards, Mai. H. H. C 37 

Richards, William P 124 

Richardson, Charles H 66 

Richardson, Clinton O 20 

Richardson, Gardner . 89 

Richardson, Capt. H. C 47 

Richardson, Herbert W 66 

Richardson, Lottie R 12S 

Richardson. Seth W 141 

Richmond, F. .\ 94 

Riddell, Walter H 45 

Riddick, George M 80 

Riddiford, Charles 44 

Riddle, Wallace M. 76 

Ridgelv, Capt. R., jr 22 

Ridley, Maj. C. S 32 

Ridlon, Joseph R 24 

Riggs, Samuel... 126 

Rignev, Vincent B. 39 

Riley," John A 66 

Rininger, James E.. 20 

Ring, Edwin S-- 69 



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Riordan, Henrv H 17 

Ri.shel, Albert E 70,71 

Risley. Theodore O 43 

»Rist, Lewis K 75 

Ritchie, John, jr 125 

Rivers, Col. William C 39 

Roa, F. Gonzales 114 

Koahen, Kenneth F.. 80 

Robb, Arthur 43 

Robb, Charles H 145 

Robb, Francis G 82 

Robbins, Hartwell 71 

Robbins, John W 19 

Robert, Capt. W. P 47 

Roberts, .\rthur C 45 

Roberts, Maj. C. M... 34 

Roberts, Col. Charles D 39 

Roberts, Frederic L 90 

Roberts, George M 124 

Roberts, John M 17 

Roberts, Martin .V 7 

Roberts, Norman 24 

Roberts, Orris W 66 

Roberts, Paul H 75 

Roberts, Thomas B., sr 53 

Roberts, William O 53 

Robertson, H. McG... 24 

Robertson, Thomas E 93 

Robinette, Frederick G 92 

Robins, Maj. A. W 36 

Robins, Millard V 66 

Robinson, Carl H 82 

Robinson, Charles B 35 

Robinson, D. E 23 

Robinson, Franklin J 55 

Robinson, Fred W 35 

Robinson, H. B 14 

Robinson, Henry M 45 

Robinson, Herbert F 53 

Robinson, Howard S 22 

Robinson, Jefferson.. 69 

Robinson, T. Douglas. 46 

Robinson, William B 18 

Robison, Rear Admiral 

Samuel S 50 

Roche, Thomas F 21 

Rochester, Edward S 108 

Rock, Rear Admiral 

George H. 47 

Rockenbach, Brig. Gen. 

Samuel D 42 

Rockwood, Maj. Alfred L 41 

Roddis, Ezra E 58 

Rodman, William Robert... 142 

Roepke, O. B 95 

Rogers, A 30 

Rogers, Arthur 143 

Rogers, Charles G 17 

Rogers, David N 76 

Rogers, J. D 125 

Rogers, James F 55 

Rogers, John T.. 84 

Rogers, L. M 25 

Rogers, Leighton W 90 

Rogers, Lore .\ 72 

Rohwer, Sievert A 78 

Rollins, William T. S 45 

Romero, Jose 114 

Romualdez, Norberto 38 

Roome, Henrv S 22 

Roosa, L P 12 

Root, Clarence J 66 

Roper, William F 16 

Ropes, Maj. Elihu H... 42 

Rosa, William L 137 

Rosas, Bartolome Carbajaly. 114 

Rose, Edwin J 110 

Rose, Francis C 13 

Rose, Frank H 79 

Rose, Josiah T 14 

Rose, William 140 

Ross, A. T.,.. 102 

Ross, Andrew N 107 

Ross, Homer L 137 

Ross, Col. Tenney 41 

Ross, William H 77 

Rothrock, Phihp 83 

Rouse, Herbert H 109 



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Rousseau, Rear Admiral 

Harry II - 46,122 

Routzahn, Carl F 15 

Rouzer, Horace D 47 

Rowbotham, Ernest B 109 

Rowe, L. S _ 113,129 

Rowland, George A Ill 

Rowley, Eugene C, sr 12 

Roxas, Manuel 37 

Rubino, A. P---. 26 

Rucker, Lt. Col. Kyle _. 29 

Rucker, William C 24 

Ruckman, Webster S 94 

Rude, Oilhert T._._ 92 

Rudkin, Frank H 134 

Ruede, George F 17 

Ruff, John II.. _ 72 

Ruggles, Brig. Gen. C. L'H.. 33 

Rumreich, A. S 25 

Runkle, Fred C 119 

Runyon, William N 140 

Rusch, William J 34 

Russell, A. E_ 25 

Russell, -\ndrew J... 135 

Russell, Anslem P 139 

Russell, Charles H 124 

Russell, Clark A 83 

Russell, E. A-... 34 

Russell, Francis M 62 

Russell, George H 67 

Russell, James R.- 91 

Rustad, Edward 139 

Ruth, Adam P 21 

Rutherford, Col. Henry H... 41 

Rutledge, Richard H 75 

R van, James E 74 

Ryan, Keith 119 

Ryan, Stanley M 144 

Ryder, Jdmes P 54 

Rvker, JohnN 66 

Ryon, J. B 25 

S 

Sabine, E. G ..- 90 

Sadler, Clarence T__ 107 

Sage, Cary R.._ 129 

Saint, H. Y 101,102 

St. Antoine, Henry E 111 

St. John, Capt. .\drian. 39 

St. Lewis, Roy 141 

St. Sure, Adolphus Frederick. 135 

Saldana, E. J... 3S 

Salisbury, Ernest E 98 

Sallee, Capt. John T 29 

Salmon, David .\ 12 

Saltzman, Maj. Gen. Charles 

McK... 35 

Sams, William B. _ 54 

Sanborn, John B 139 

Sanborn, Walter H 134 

Sanders, Charles W 101 

Sanders, Everett.. 11 

Sanders, Hartley I 28 

Sanders, John E 66 

Sandidge, R. P 25 

Sands, S. R 22 

Sanford, Earl C 75 

Sanford, Edward T 133 

Sanford, George O 57 

Sanford, Joseph W. 127 

Sanford, Morgan R 66 

Sanford, William E 126 

Sanger, Alice B_ 44 

Sanger, Maj. Donald B 36 

Sanger, Monie 60 

Sans, Edward R 79 

San Souci, Emery J 19 

Santacruz, .\rmando, jr 114 

Sargent, Charles F 109 

Sargent, Harry 84 

Sasscer, Ernest R. 84 

Satterwhite, Eugene W 45 

Saunders, Lt. Col. Edwin O. 39 

Saunders, Walter .\ 38 

Savage, John L 57 

Savov, Prew 112 

Sawtelle. William H 135 

Sayers, Royd R 25,96 



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Scammon, John J 16 

Scarr, James H 66 

Schaefer, John H 22 

Schaffer, Commander John L. 48 

Schaffter, Edward P.. 68 

Schereschewsky, Joseph W_ _ 23 

Scheuer, George C 142 

Schilling, Harvey M 57 

Schlcgel, Charles.-.. 48 

Schley, Maj. J. L 31 

Schlotfeldt, F. J 99 

Schmidt, Edward H 101, 103 

Schmucker, PMwin B 97 

Schneider, Frederick C 140 

Schneider, Frederick L 70 

Schnurbusch, William J 66 

Schoeller, Jacob D 74 

Schoen, Juhan A 128 

Schoeneman, Charles R 13 

Schoeneman, George J 14 

Schofield, Rear Admiral 

Frank H 46,119 

Schommer, John B 109 

Schoonmaker, Frederic P 142 

Schreck, Robert G 75 

Schreiner, E. E 13 

Schreiner, Oswald 78 

Schroeder, Ernest C. 68 

Schroeder, Sarah F 60 

Schroeder, Walter F 69 

Schrom, Charles E 127 

Schuldt, Gus A 127 

Schuler, Martin 83 

Schull, Col. Herman W 35 

Schultz, Leslie G 83 

Schultz, Col. Theodore 41 

Schulz, Col. Edward H.... 31,40 

Schulz, Maj. John W. N 32 

Schumann, Capt. R. W 117 

Schuneman, Carl T 13 

Schutz, Harry H 82 

Schwaebe, Lewis H... 19 

Schwartz, Edward J 127 

Schwartz, Louis 24 

Schworm, Stanley S 66 

Scofield, Carl S - 73 

Scofield, John C 27 

Scott, Maj. Charles L 29 

Scott, Emmett J 60 

Scott, Col. Ernest D 41 

Scott, Col. Frank A 34 

Scott, Fred J 35 

Scott, George C 137 

Scott, George E 51 

Scott, Hugh L 55 

Scott, James A 75 

Scott, James T 90 

Scott, Martin G 20 

Scott, Commander P. H 22 

Scott, T. Hugh 110 

Scott, Capt. William P 46 

Scott, Winfield 55 

Scoyen, Eivind T 59 

Scribner, Sidney C 75 

Scrivener, John G 30 

Scudder, Kenyon J 110 

Sculliu, Col. Harry J 34 

Scully, L. C 25 

Seal, Elwood, H. 124 

Seaman, Charles W. 98 

Searle, William D 27 

Sears, Harold M 77 

Sears, Julian D 56 

Sebrell, W.H 25 

Sebriug, Frank A 127 

Secrest, John D 95 

Seelev, Dewev A-- 66 

Sehcf, Otto W 68 

Seib, Leonard V 127 

Seller, Alfred G 125 

Selbv, Stephen A. 69 

Self, V. H 14 

Selfridge, E. A.... 90 

Sellers, Kathryn 127 

Sellett, George 145 

Scnn, Rear Admiral Thomas 

J 46,119 

Seran, Harry A 92 



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Serowka, Alma .\ 35 

Serrano, Gustavo P 114 

Sessions, Clarence W 139 

Sette, Oscar E. 91 

Sewell, Col. John Stephen... 33 

Sexton, Capt. Walton R 46 

Seydel, Harry M 109 

Seymour, Flora Warren 55 

Shafer, John C 68 

Shafter, C. H 95 

Shaffer, Capt. F. C 34 

Shaffer, Joseph C. 144 

Shamblin, Andrew J 85 

Shanks, Walter S 16 

Shapiro, Israel _ 7 

Shapley, Capt, Lloyd S 50 

Sharp, Byron A.. 53 

Shaughnessv, Edward J 97 

Shaver, Burdette J _ 80 

Shaver, Robert M 66 

Shaw, Arnold C 77 

Shaw, Charles O 109 

Shaw, Col. Frederick B 38 

Shaw, G. Howland -12 

Shaw, Lt. Col. George C 39 

Shaw, William X... 66 

Shea, John S.... 16 

Shea, William H 83 

Shear, Cornelius L 73 

Shearman, Thomas G .. 62 

Sheen, Col. Henry H _. 42 

Sheets, Earl W 67 

Sheetz, Ira 126 

Shelby, William S.. 126 

Sheldon, Harold P 79 

Shelley, Ralph S 76 

Shelton, Arthur B 145 

Shelton, James E 70 

Shepard, Edwin C 76 

Shepard, Frank E 20 

Sheppard, H.R 13 

Sheppard, William B 136 

Sheridan, Charles L 19 

Sheridan, Maj. H. H. K 33 

Sherier, Julius M. 66 

Sherman, Carl E 91 

Sherman, Edward .\ 73 

Sherman, Edward C 47 

Sherman, John B 16 

Sherrard, Thomas H 76 

Sherwood, Henrv G 21 

Sherwood, W. T. 14 

Shields, Robert W 77 

Shilling, Alphonso W 66 

Shiner, Vernon J 85 

Shinkle, Lt. Col. Edward 

M 34,41 

Shinn, Erwin H_ 64 

Shipley, Trajan .\ 68 

Shipman, J. L 95 

Shipman, Trunmn G 66 

Shipman, William S 109 

Shoemaker, Joseph M 115 

Shoemaker, Thomas B 98 

Shonerd, Commander H. G. 50 

Shook, Roy B 119 

Short, Col. Walter C._ 41 

Shortley, Michael J 109 

Shotwell, L. W -. 54 

Show, Stuart B 76 

Shrout, Sam F 107 

Shuck, Walter L 17 

Shuman, Lt. Col. John B._. 28 

Shumwav, Daniel G 71 

Sibley, Samuel 11.. 136 

Siddons. Frederick L 145 

Siefkin, Forest D 108 

Siegmund, AVilliam C 68 

Siems, Frederick B. T 93 

Siler, Lt. Col. Joseph F 30 

Silver, James 79 

Simkins, Verne 46 

Simmons, Melvin H .- 16 

Simmons, Rush D_ 44 

Simon, Louis .\ 21 

Simonds, Edward B 71 

Simons, Charles C 139 

Simpson, Alva A 74 



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Simpson, Charles D 74 

Simpson, French 24 

Simpson, Q. R----- -- ^;' 

Singleton, Joseph M 85 

Singleton, M- E 34 

ilttel, Albert C... - 136 

Six, B. P '^ 

Skentelbery, Charles 102 

Skidmore, Don L -- 68 

Skidmore, E.I 101,102 

Skinner, C. A - - 90 

Skinner, Frank C 94 

Skinner, Q.C 109 

Skinner, Col. George A 4i 

Skinner, H. L... -- 25 

Skinner, A\ illiam ^\ a 

Slade, William Adams_ 7 

Sladen, Maj. Gen. Fred W.. 42 

Slaton. John M., jr 109 

Slaughter, J. Pemberton 66 

Slaughter. AV. H --- 24 

Slentz, Samuel D... 116 

Slick, Thomas W 137 

Sluiter. OrrieJ.._ 139 

Smead, Edward L 106 

Smebv, Alfred B 84 

SmedberK, Col. William R, jr. 41 

Smelser, William H 97 

Smilev, Daniel 55 

Smilev, James II 9o 

Smith, A. R 93 

Smith, Addison T 129 

Smith. Arthur 17 

Smith, Arthur E... 15 

Smith, Arthur N 69 

Smith, Bertrand E.. 80 

Smith, Brainerd B 52 

Smith, Burton L 54 

Smith, Carrie W 98 

Smith, Col. Charles C 28 

Smith, Charles P. 108 

Smith, Clarence B 63 

Smith, Dallas B 109 

Smith, Daniel E 109 

Smith, Douglas 135 

Smith, Edwin F 76 

Smith, Ernest R 86 

Smith. F.C_ 23 

Smith, Frank D 63,117 

Smith, Frank F 58 

Smith, Franklin H 106 

Smith, Fred G 83 

Smith, George Otis 56 

Smith, George W 44 

Smith, Glenn S... 56.61 

Smith, Granville 33 

Smith, H.B 90 

Smith, H.F 24 

Smith, H. I 56 

Smith. Harold O 88 

Smith, Maj. Gen. Harry A.. 41 

Smith, Henrv 137 

Smith, Herbert M 69 

Smith, Homer. 60 

Smith, Lt. Col. Hugh C 42 

Smith, James F _. 145 

Smith, John II. __ 104 

Smith, John M 21 

Smith, Maj. John N., jr 28 

Smith, John Speed 99 

Smith, Judson T 103 

Smith, Katharine A 85 

Smith, Maj. L. Meriwether.. 29 

Smith, Laurence R 56,57 

Smith, Loren B 78 

Smith, Lynn 52,135 

Smith, N. A. C 96 

Smith, Noel W 59 

Smith, Commander Norman 

M. 47 

Smith, Col. Perrin L 39 

Smith, Raymond U 140 

Smith, Robert L 71 

Smith, Roland K 101 

Smith, Rollin E 85 

Smith, Sawver A 138 

Smith, Shelby 97 



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Smith, Shirley D 98 

Smith, Sidney F 94 

Smith, Sydney E 27 

Smith, Thomas O 16 

Smith, William A. _ '.. 6 

Smith, William H 59,113 

Smith, William M... 47 

Smith, William Wolff 109 

Smither, Brig. Gen. Henry C. 117 

Smithers, Clarence G 144 

Smithers, E. W 11 

Smyth, Patrick H 66 

Suavely, R. B 26 

Snead, William E 14 

Sneed, Maj. Albert L 37 

Snelgrove, Howard H 52 

Snell, Charles L 48 

Snell, Edward B 32 

Snider, M. F 14 

Snipes, Frank L 91 

Snook, John W 43 

Snow, Maj. W. A 32 

Snow, Maj. Gen. William J. 28 

Snowden, D. Flora 65 

Snyder, Arvel R 54 

Snyder, Charles B... 60 

Snyder, Charles L 115 

Snyder, Clarence T 69 

Snyder, Edgar C 136 

Snyder, Frederic 53 

Snyder, John P 91 

Snyder, Rudolph 71 

Sohral, E. Martinez 114 

Soderholm, Capt. W. H 34 

Solberg, Thorvald. 7 

Soldan, Dr. Carlos E. Paz... 129 

Soleau, William L 98 

Solenberger, Edith Reeves... 98 

Soraers, John B 74 

Somervell, Maj. B. B 32 

Soper, Morris A 138 

Soper, Richard W 110 

Sorenson, Harry 89 

Sornborger, Charles B 43 

Soto, Carlos Franco.. 38,142 

Soule, Commander Charles 

C. 50 

Soule, S.B.. 57 

Southworth, Frederic W 47 

Sovster, H. B 56 

Spain, H. L 102 

Spalding, Lt. Col. George R.. 31 

Spalsbury, Ross L 53 

Spamer, Arthur L.. 138 

Sparks, Thomas J 138 

Speaks, Charles 103 

Speek, Peter A. 7 

Speelman, Martin R. 6 

Spellier, Louis A 15 

Spencer, C. J 94 

Spencer, H. A 25 

Spencer, James H 67 

Spencer, L. A 54 

Spencer, O. M 25 

Spencer, R. R 24 

Spencer, W. A 102 

Spencer, Walter.. 52 

Spillman, William R 44 

Spindler, Harvey H 67 

Spindler, John E 71 

Spofford, Charles B., jr 90 

SpofTord, Charles W. 110 

Spooner, Henry J., 3d... 16 

Sprague, E. K_. 23 

Sprague, G. T 25 

Spratt, Robert D 25 

Sproles, Harry A.. 16 

Spry, William 51 

Squire, E. C 90 

Stabler, Herman 56 

Staeher, Samuel F 54 

Stackpole, M. R 57 

Stadler, Col. Charles E 42 

StalTord, Wendell P.. 145 

Stnley. Frank C 44 

Stalev, William F... 62 

Stallings, Lt. Co'. Amos R... 29 
Stamm, Harold B 107 



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Standi, William A 16 

Stanion, Ralph P 54 

Stanley, Col. I). S 120 

Stanley, Louise 84 

Stansfield, Lt. Col. James 11 40 

Stanton, T. W 56 

Staples, Charles F lOO 

Starkweather, Harry C... 35 

Starr, Robert C. 97 

Starratt, Andrew W ' 13 

Staub, Alvin F 68 

Stauffer, George A... . 141 

Stayer, Lt. Col. E. D 29 

Steadman, Alva E 137 

Steddom, Rice P 67 

Steele, Glenn 93 

Steele, J. W 57 

Steele, Orin D go 

Steele, Ray C .. go 

Steese, Maj. C. M.. 34 

Steese, Maj. James G 31,105 

Steiger, George 56 

Steintorf, Paul P sO 

Stejneger, Leonhard 123 

Stephan, George 136 

Stephens, Francis H. 124 

Stephens, James A 15 

Stephenson, L. W.. 56 

Stephl, Otto E. 79 

Sterling, George A 128 

Sternhagen, John M 108 

Sterrett, Lt. Col. Robert 29 

Stetson, Howard C 57 

Steuart, William M 87 

Stevens, CarL. 54 

Stevens, Chester D... 82 

Stevens, W. 11. S 107 

Stevens, Walter S 53 

Stevenson, Joseph H 63 

Stevenson, P. J 90 

Stevenson, William R.. 16 

Stewart, Adelia M 13 

Stewart, Andrew 117 

Stewart, Andrew G., jr 16 

Stewart, Benjamin D 56.96 

Stewart, Edward S 54 

Stewart, Ethelbert 97 

Stewart, F. C 25 

Stewart, Col. George E 35,40 

Stewart, Lt. Col. G. H 33 

Stewart, Joseph.. 44 

Stewart, Brig. Gen. M. B.... 39 

Stewart, Mary 99 

Stewart, P. M... 24 

Stewart, Sidney S. 75 

Stewart, Stella. 106 

Stewart, Walter J 72 

Stewart, William P 67 

Stewart, Worthington E 12 

Stick, Henry L.. HO 

Stickney, Benjamin R 21 

Stickney, FennerS.. 85 

Stickney, Henry Ladd 110 

Stikeleather, Horace H 18 

Stiles, Charles Wardell 26 

Stiles, George W., jr... 71 

Still, Seaborn H. 71 

Siillwell, E. D 104 

Stillwell, John D 71 

Stilson, G. Warren 97 

Stimpson, W. G 23 

Stimson, A. M 23 

Stimson, Maj. Julia C 30 

Stine, Oscar C 82 

Stinglev, Orville A 68 

Stirling", Harold V 109 

Stitt, Rear Admiral Edward 

R 48 

Stockberger, Warner W 62,73 

Stoeker, Leopold 109 

Stockier, Bernhard J 69 

Stoddard, Malcolm L 109 

Stoddard, Samuel W 76 

Stoehr, John -\ 70 

Stoesen, .Vndrew R. W 67 

Stokev, Lt. Col. William P. 32,40 

StoU, Louis J.. 126 

Stone, C. P.. 102 



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Stone, Col. David L 27 

Stone, Harlan Fiske 133 

Stone, John T 20 

Stone, Kimbrough 134 

Stone, W. H. 104 

Stoner, G.W_ 23 

Storey, Henrv -- 125 

Stott, William Q 126 

Stoutemyer, Bernard E 58 

Strack, Albert 85 

Strahorn, Arthur T_ 78 

Stratton, S. W. 118 

Strauss, Ober O 83 

Strayer, Lt. Col. Thorne 29 

Street. Thomas A 38 

Strench, William Q 98 

Strong, Charles M 67 

Strong, Maj. Q. V 118 

Stuart, George.- 135 

Stuart, Robert Y 74 

Stubblefield, Albert G 52 

Sturges, Col. Edward A... 30,42 

Sturges, Merton A 98 

Sturgess, Edward L 15 

Styer, Freas- .-. 20 

Sudbrink, Ernest A 17 

Suffecool, Jeremiah L- 54 

Suinaga, J. Aspe._ 114 

Suit, Frisbie T 69 

Sullivan, C.J 22 

Sullivan, D. A. J 102 

Sullivan, Daniel J 60 

Sullivan, Del L. 99 

Sullivan, Harvey. 135 

Sullivan, Jeremiah A 127 

Sullivan, Jerry B 20 

Sullivan, John D 36 

Sullivan, John J. ^ 55 

Sullivan, Maj. John S 37 

Sullivan, Richard H 67 

Sullivan, Walter A 71 

Sultan, Maj. Dan I. 33 

Summerall, Maj. Gen. Charles 

P 27,119 

Summers, John L 13 

Summers, Melvin B 67 

Surface, Frank M 88 

Surratt, Andrew J. 82 

Sutherland, George 133 

Sutherland, Howard 108 

Sutton, Leon O 67 

Swackhamer, Walter B 110 

Swan, Thomas W 133 

Swanger, Charles H 69 

S wann, Joseph C 19 

Swanson, James V 115 

Swanson, John W 87 

Sweeney, A. R 24 

Sweeney, Terence H 44 

Sweet, E. A 24 

Sweet, O. Henderson 109 

Sweet, Harriet M 113 

Sweetser, Charles H 81 

Sweetser, Harvey A 90 

Swengel, Edward 55 

Swift, Everett L 18 

Swift, Theodore T 75 

Swigart, Jesse E-. 21 

Swindle, Anthonv J 17 

Swingle, Walter T 73 

Switzer, John B 100 

Sylvester, Albert H 76 

Symes, John Foster 136 

Symmonds, Brig. Gen. 

Charles J 28 

T 

Taft. Lorado 120 

Taft, William Howard... 129, 133 

Taggart, Earl 116 

Tait, Galen L 14 

Talbott, William W 67 

Taliaferro, Sidney F 124 

Tallant, Alice Weld 98 

Talman, Charles F 64 

Tandy, Elizabeth C 98 

Tandy, Elon F 110 

Tannehill, Ivan R 67 



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Tannenbarg, Wilhelm 112 

Tanner, James. 128 

Tanner, W. F 24 

Tappan, J. W 25 

Tarr, Leonard M 67 

Tarskey, Chaplain Benjamin 

J 28 

Tate, H. T 13 

Tate, Mary A 6 

Taw, C. B 103 

Tawse, A. C 128 

Taylor, A. E 86 

Taylor, Augustus C 128 

Taylor, David W 118 

Taylor, Eli F 52 

Taylor, G. A. 31 

Taylor, George C 143 

Taylor, George E 62 

Taylor, George R. 30 

Taylor, Henry M 82 

Taylor, James R 36 

Taylor, John B... 74 

Taylor, Nathaniel R 67 

Taylor, Paul P 68 

Taylor, Richard V 100 

Taylor, Robert W 52, 135 

Taylor, Thomas R.... 67,88 

Taylor, Walter R... 35 

Taylor, William A 73 

Teale, Capt. W. E.. 32 

Tebbetts, C ol . Harry H 40 

Teeple, Arthur R 67 

Teicher, John G 115 

Teller, Philip S... 101 

Temple, Henry W 61 

Temple, First Lt. John P 37 

Templeton, Richard H 140 

Ten Eyck, William C 81 

Tenney, Col. Charles H 33 

Tenny, Lloyd S 81 

Tepfer, De Lois G 71 

Terhune, Hugh W_ 80 

Terrell, William D 87 

Terry, Prentiss M 90 

Teufel, W. C 24 

Tewksbury, H. H_ 90 

Thacher, Thomas D. _ 140 

Thacker, O 105 

Thackrey, William E 54 

Thaver, William W 91 

Theile, Karl 61 

Theleen, Capt. David E 46 

Theobald, Frank E. 69 

Thiel, Frank J. F 13 

Thom, Charles... 78 

Thomas, Curtis W 36 

Thomas, Edward W. 124 

Thomas, Edwin S 136 

Thomas, George H 21 

Thomas, Jesse. 98 

Thomas, Thomas 97 

Thomas, Lt. Commander 

W. D.... 47 

Thomas, Walter W 67 

Thomas, William H 91 

Thomlinson, Maj. M. H 28 

Thomlinson, V. W 99 

Thompkins, J. G.. 103 

Thompson, Alvah H 55 

Thompson, Bertis B. 30 

Thompson, Edwin C. 67 

Thompson, Emery J 78 

Thompson, George C 108 

Thompson, Helen M 63 

Thompson, Herbert L 50 

Thompson, J. Whitaker 142 

Thompson, James A 137 

Thompson, James Wesley... 137 

Thompson, John B 63 

Thompson, L. A. 119 

Thompson, L. R 24 

Thompson, Laura A... 97 

Thompson, Lewis B 16 

Thompson, Manly G 62 

Thompson, Mary F 67 

Thompson, Nelson S 22 

Thompson, Perry A.. 76 

Thompson, Ralph L 125 



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Thompson, Samuel H 19 

Thompson, W. Norman 13 

Thompson, Western T 91 

Thompson, William 71 

Thomson, Alfred S 109 

Thomson, C harles G 58 

Thomson, W. H. Seward 142 

Thorn, John M 59 

Thornton, D. C 102 

Thummel, Maj. Claude B... 41 

Thurber, W. L 94 

Thurman, M. Bert . 14 

I Thurston, Troy G 17 

Tidwell, W. H 20 

Tigert, John J 55,111 

Tillinghart, .\nna C 97 

Tillman, Lewis. 109 

Tillotson, M. R 58 

Tilson, William J 136 

Tilton, Warren L 45 

Timilty, Joseph F 18 

Timmons, Rollie 16 

Tingley, Franklin G 64 

Tinkham, Ralph R 92 

Tippens, Guy B 38 

Tisdel, Alton P 6 

Titus, Maj. Isaac E 40 

Titus, Norman F... 88 

Tobin, Richard F 128 

Tod, Commander E. W 104 

Todd, Benjamin L 139 

Todd, Frederick .. 89 

Todd, Capt. Irvin v.... 30 

Tod well, Henry M 54 

Toffey, Col. John J 28 

Tolbert, Joseph A 142 

Toll, Roger W 58 

Tolley, Howard R 82 

Tomhn, R. R... 25 

Tomlinson, Nellie Gregg 19 

Tomlinson, Owen A._ 58 

Tompkins, Lt. Col. Edmond 

R.. 29 

Tompkins, Samuel J 15 

Tompkins, Maj. William F.. 32 

Toms, Raymond E. 81 

Tondre, Joseph F 140 

Tonkin, George 80 

Toomey, F. F... 14 

Torrence, Everett W.. 67 

Torres, Luis P 37 

Torrev, Earl G 53 

Totten, George E 69 

Towers, CM 124 

Towles, John R 14 

Towner, Horace M 38 

Townsend, Charles O 106 

Townsend , David 119 

Townsend, J. G 24 

Townsend, Norris L.. 71 

Townsend, Oliver C 89 

Townshend, Col. Orval P... 37 

Tracv, Laura L 115 

Tracv, Robert C 108 

Tracy, William H.. 67 

Traeger, Maj. Charles H 34 

Trail, William W 48 

Trammell, C. M 108 

Trask, J.W 24 

Traut, Capt. F. A 49 

Travlor, James G.. 123 

Treadway, W.L 24 

Trieber, Jacob 135 

Triem, William E 45 

Trierschield, Peter 59 

Trimble, H. E... 1h 

Tripp, Louis H 109 

Troie, F. A. 25 

Troue. Winson O 68 

Trotter, Charles F.. 44 

Trotter, Clyde P.. 84 

Trotter, George A 55 

Trotter, Samuel B 67 

Trubv. Col. Albert E 39 

True, Alfred C 63 

True, Webster P 123 

Tru^sdell, John F 53 

Truesdell, Leon E 87 



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Trussell, S. L 108 

Tuck, Richard W 70 

Tucker, Charles F. 99 

Tucker, George F 67 

Tucker, Irvin B_.. 141 

Tucker, G. P_ 94 

Tucker, L. \V 25 

Tucker, Wendell P 128 

Tucker, William J 106 

Tuckwiller, Ross H 70 

Tudor, Clinton G 51 

Tullis, John R 44 

Tulloch, John C 19 

Tulloss, S. B 116 

Turner, F. C 25 

Turner, Scott 95 

Turner, W. L 93 

Turner, Col. William G 30 

Turnipseed, D. C 24 

Turrentine, John W 77 

Tutt, Ernest L 90 

Tuttle, Arthur J 139 

Tuttle, Charles H 140 

Tuttle. Robert E 18 

Tuttle, William W 98 

Tvler, Lt. Col. Max C. 33 

Tyrer, Arthur J 93 

Tyson, A. H 128 

U 

Ucker, Clement S 55 

Ummel, Jacob R 59 

Underwood, Ernest N 72 

Underwood, F. T 103 

Underwood, Norman 21 

Underwood, Lt. Col. Sidney 

S 40 

Unger, Ellwood E 67 

Unmacht. Capt. George F... 38 

Unson, Cipriano E 37 

Unson, MigueL. 37 

Upchurch, Oscar C 53 

Uphan, Rear Admiral F. B.. 49 

V 

Van Ackeren, J. F._ 26 

Van Atta, Clyde H 91 

Van Auken, Capt. Wilbur R. 46 

VanBeeek, G.J 25 

Van Boskerck. Capt. F. S__. 22 

Vance, James J 139 

Vance, John T., jr 7 

Van Cleave, William E 55 

Van Deman, Ruth 84 

Vandcrpool, Jesse L_. 67 

Van Dervoort, Warren C 45 

Van Devanter, Willis 130,133 

Van Doren, Nathaniel G 20 

Van Duvne, Col. Frederick 

W 29 

Van Fleet, Stephen C... 107 

Van Fossan, Ernest H 108 

Van Fosson. John R 106 

Van Heuvel, John W 135 

Van Leer, Carlos C 26, 116 

Van Loan, Birchard A_ 56 

Van Norman, Louis E 90 

Van Nostrand, W., jr.. 87 

Van Or.sdel. Josiah A 145 

Van Valkenburgh, Arba S... 134 

van Vollenhoven. C 114 

Van Voorhis. James R 18 

Van Waeenen. James H 113 

Van Wickel, Jesse F. 89 

VanWinkle, Mina C 127 

Vaughan, Dan C 13 

Vaux, George, jr 55 

Veitch. Fletcher P 77,86 

Veldee. M.V 25 

Ventura, Honorio 37 

Vermillion, E. F 128 

Vermillion, Leslie B 72 

Vermilva, Ralph F 70 

Verrill, Charles H_. _. 116 

Vest, George B 106 

Victory, John F 118 

Vigor. Capt. Hal T... 29 

Villamor, Ignacio 38 



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Villa-Real, Antonio 38 

Vincent, Wendell 86 

Vincent, William S 91 

Vint, Thomas G.._ 58 

Vipond, Kenneth C 115 

Vivian, John F 18 

Voegtlin, Carl 26 

Vogel, (\ W 23 

Vogel, Maj. Clayton B 48 

Vogel, Jacob. 68 

Vogel, Theodore R 33 

Vogt, Evon Z 59 

VonDahm, Howard C 110 

von der Deeken, Melchior... 112 

Vonderlehr, R. A. 25 

von Herrmann, Charles F... 67 

von Lewinski, Karl 112 

Von Nerta, George 0_ 21 

Voorhees, John F. 67 

Voorheis, Elmer W 139 

Voorhies, E. W 93 

Voris, Lt. Col. Alvin C... 35,41 

Vose, Elisha C. _ 67 

Voshell, James T 81 

Voss, Capt. Thomas S 37 

Votaw, William 1 45 

Vrooman, R. C 36 

Wadeen, Vincent R., jr 17 

Waddill, Edmund, jr. 133 

Wade, Jess W.. 84 

Wade, Martin J 138 

Wade, William S 52 

Wadin, OlafA 15 

Wadsworth, C. W 119 

Wadsworth, Earl B 45 

Wagner, C. C 11 

Wagner, Col. Henry S 40 

Wagner, Isaac R. 110 

Wagner, J. H 98 

Wagner, Jonathan H 55 

Wagner, William H 97 

Wagoner, C. Otto.. 69 

Wahl, Maj. Gen. Lutz 28 

Wahlv, William H.... 124 

Wainwright, Capt. D. B 117 

Wait, C.B 20 

Waite, Bvron S 20 

Waite, M"erton B 73 

Wakefield. W.J 39 

Waldron, Bion L _ 67 

Wales, George R 115 

Walker, Albert W 58 

Walker, Charles F 72 

Walker, Chester L 55 

Walker, Francis... 107 

Walker. John P 51 

Walker, Maj. Gen. Kenzie 

W 30 

Walker, Brig. Gen. M. L.... 104 

Walker, Richard W 134 

Walker, Lt. Commander 

Robert J 47 

Walker, Thomas L 19 

Walker, W. Ancel 53 

Walker, W.H 18 

Wall, Lt. Col. G. L.._ 34 

Wallace, Benjamin B 106 

Wallace, C. B 126 

Wallace, Col. Charles S 36 

Wallace, James K.. 6 

Wallace, Maj. John 104 

Wallace. Joseph F. 110 

Walleigh. Charles H 82 

Waller, C. E 24 

Walhch, Claudius 91 

Walsh, Daniel M 86 

Walsh, Col. James L 34 

Walsh, John M _. 127 

Walsh, John W 100 

Walsh, Patrick F 48 

Walter, Harry K 70 

Walter, Jacob D 136 

Walter, Raymond F 57 

Walters, John T. 16 

Walters, Karl J 101 



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Walton, A. D 144 

Walton, Capt. Charles W. 38,42 

Warburton, Clyde W 62,63 

Ward, Albert. 137 

Ward, Florence E 64 

Ward, J. Ray. 143 

Ward, Joseph H. 111 

Ward, Rippon W 141 

Warfield, H. P 141 

Warfield, William A 60 

Waring, C. n 24 

Waring, L. H. 107 

Warner, Edward P 46 

Warner, n. J 24 

Warner, Rebecca P 125 

Warner, Willard F 13 

Warnken, Charles A 18 

Warrack, Robert 92 

Warren, Benjamin S 23 

Warren, Charles E 44 

Warren, Leslie A 67 

Warrick, Walter W 116 

Warrum, Noble. 114 

Wash, Maj. CarlyleH.. 37 

Washburn, Donald F... 103 

Washburn, E. W 90 

Washington, Rear Admiral 

Thomas... 49 

Waters, Henry H 106 

Waters, J. F 103 

Waters, James R 52 

Watkins, Halbert E 89 

Watkins, Henry H 142 

Watkins, Maj. Lewis H 31 

Watson, George S 127 

Watson, Osborn S 90 

Watson, P. H. 20 

Watson, Robert 99 

Watson, Roy R - - 104 

Watson, Warren N 106 

Watt, John B.. 127 

Waugh, R. L - 25 

Wayson, N. E 24 

Weaver, Herman D .- 16 

Weaver, M. E 95 

Webb, Alan G --- 85 

Webb, Capt. DeWitt C 47 

Webb, Edwin Yates... 141 

Webb, Heber J-. 83 

Webber, Col. Henry A 40 

Weber, Henry S 70 

Weber, Rudolph C . E 57 

Weber, William... 64 

Weber, William J 13 

Webster, J. Stanley 144 

Webster, N. P. 11 

Weedin, Luther. .- 98 

Weeks, Maj . Henry J 29 

Weeks, John R-. ---- 67 

Weeks, Lt. Col. William C. 41 

Weidman, Robert H.. 74 

Weightman, R. Hanson 64 

Weigle, WiUiam G 76 

Weir, Maj. Benjamin G 36 

Weisbrod, E. Harry. -. 60 

Weise, E. E... 105 

Weiss, Harry A. 144 

Welborn, John W 44 

Welch, G.R. 26 

Welch, Galen H 14 

Welch, W. C 97 

Welch, WiUiam A 61 

Weldon, L. O 24 

Weller, George E. .--. 20 

Wells, Brig. Gen. Bnant 

H 27,119 

Wells, Edward L 67 

Wells, Frank O. .--. 120 

Wells, Heber M 101,103 

Wells, Ira K 142 

Wells, Meade R - &2 

Wells, Roy A 67 

Wellshcar, William S 135 

Wenchel, John P. 62 

Wende, Bernhard P 68 

Werner, Paul G 99 

Wescott, Orville D HI 

Wesson, Lt. Col. C M. 33 



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West, Carl J.- 82 

West, Du Val 143 

West, Maj. P. W 120 

West, Ralph C 67 

Westenhaver, D. C 141 

Westfahl, Frederick C, jr.... 144 

Westgate, John M 63 

Westgate, Vernon V 83 

Westover, Howard B 18 

Wetherill, John_ 59 

Wetmore, Alexander 123 

Wetmore, James A 21,117 

Whalen, William A 98 

Whalev, Lt. Col. Arthur M.. 42 

Whalin, Charles V 82 

Whall, Edward G 6 

Wham, Fred L 137 

Wharton, William R. M 86 

Wheat, J. H 56,122 

Wheatley, Walter 99 

Wheeler, G. A 24 

Wheeler, William A 82 

Wherry, Edgar T. 77 

Whipple, Maj. S 39 

Whitcomb, Col. C. C. 30 

White, Albert 135 

White, Charles P 96 

White, Eben W 56 

White, Eugene R 45 

White, Francis 12 

White, Frank '. 13 

White, H.F... 24 

White, Col. Herbert A 41 

White, J. H 23 

White, John R 58 

White, L. Emory 63 

White, L. R 26 

White, M.J- 23 

White, Commander Newton 

H., jr 47,118 

White, Richard J 144 

White, Robe Carl 97 

White, Sam O 80 

White, Scott C 143 

White, Thomas B 43 

White, Thomas W 14 

White, William A 60 

Whitehead, E. Bradford 80 

Whitehead, Col. Henry C... 41 

Whitehead, Lawrence C 79 

Whitehead, Robert F.. 94 

Whitehill, Henry C 19 

Whitehorne, Edward W 47 

Whitehurst, Capt. H. C 128 

Whiteside, Henry H 83 

Whiting, Lt. Comdr. Francis 

E. M 46 

Whitledge, Herbert E. 110 

Whitlock, Bert W 83 

Whitlock, Claude R 54 

Whitlock, Stuart D 85 

Whitman, James C 74 

Whitney, First Lt. Charles 

E 34 

Whitney, Lyle B 68 

Whitney, Paul C 93 

Whitney, Preston S 80 

Whitside, Col. Warren W... 42 

Whitt, Capt. Hugh 30 

Whittier, Bernard B... 67 

Whittle, Thomas W_ 20 

Wholean, Joseph E 90 

Wiant, Charles R.... 91 

Wiatt F. C _ 93 

Widdi'fleid, Edward.."].!--" 112 

Widlon, John 52 

Widmeyer, James I... 67 

Wiedenmann, Andrew 19 

Wiegand, Charles L 16 

Wieland, Edward J 109 

Wight, Fred W 26 

Wilbor, L. M_ 109 

Wilbur, Curtis D 108,119,121 

Wilcox, Howard 22 

Wilde, Walter J 19 

Wiley, Lt. Col. Noble J 38 

Wilhelm, Maj. Glenn P 41 

Wilkerson, James H 137 



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Wilkins, Capt. Harold S 33 

Wilkins, Lydia K 63 

Wilkinson, Alfred D 55 

Wilkinson, Alonzo H. 15 

Wilkinson, F. D 60 

Wilkinson, Garnet C. 126 

Willahan, William C 54 

Willard, Rear Admiral Ar- 
thur L 48 

Willard, Clara 60 

Willehrandt, Mrs. Mabel 

Walker.. 43 

Willcuts, Levi M 14 

Willev, Harry P 55 

Willev, WilfordB. 74 

Willhite, Oscar C 111 

Williams, Col. A. E 29 

Wilhams, Al. F 138 

Williams, Albert C 21 

Williams, Ben M_ 104 

Williams, Burr G 6 

Williams, Maj. Gen. C. C... 33 

Williams, C. F 57 

Williams, C. L 24 

Williams, Brig. Gen. Dion.. 48 

Williams, Edwin R 136 

Williams, Frank L 109 

Williams, Harris S 140 

Williams, John.. 100 

Williams, L. L 23 

Wilhams, L. L., jr 25 

Williams, Melvin D 81 

Williams, R. C 25 

Williams, Maj. R. C 32 

Williams, R. L 141 

Williams, Robert L 124 

WiHiams, Robert W 62 

Williams, Roger P 45 

Williams, Walter A 72 

Williams, Capt. Yancey S... 46 

Williamson, Harry v.. 18 

Williamson, Oliver B 44 

Willige, Augustus 124 

Willing, Lt. Col. Wildurr. 33,42 

Willis, John K 116 

Willits, Leonard B 17 

Wills, H. Merrill 67 

Wilmarth, Raymond 126 

Wilmar. Joseph Carlisle 17 

Wilmoth, C. L 25 

Wilmoth, Grover C 98 

Wilson, Maj. Alexander 38 

Wilson, Clem B 62 

Wilson, David E 95 

Wilson, Edward v.. .- 18 

Wilson, George N 67 

Wilson, George S 128 

Wilson, J. G 24 

Wilson, J. Oscar 71 

Wilson, James A 102 

Wilson, James C 143 

Wilson, James E 126 

Wilson, John W 140 

Wilson, Lee A 70 

Wilson, Meredith C 64 

Wilson, Philip St. J 80 

Wilson, R. L 24 

Wilson, Ralph A 16 

Wilson, Stewart 115 

Wilson, Thomas T.. 19 

Wilson, W._ 102 

Wilson, Wilford M 67 

Wiltshire, Albert 70 

Wilver, Edward J.. 6 

Wimer, John W 124 

Wingfleld, B. M 106 

Winkler, Mark A 80 

Winn, Dennis 91 

Winn, Frederic. 75 

Winn, James A 110 

Winne, Walter G 140 

Winship, Col. Blanton 29 

Winslo w, Barclay C 86 

Winslow, Carlisle P 74 

Winslow, Francis A 140 

Winslow, Samuel E_ 100 

Winter, Henry- 35 

Wintersmith, Charles E 99 



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Wires, Simon P 91 

Wise, PaulJ 43 

Wiseman, Henry N 26 

Witt, H. A 102 

Wixon, Irving F 97 

Wohlen, PaulA 74 

Wolcott, C. L 95 

Wolcott, John D 55 

Wolf, Adolf G 38,142 

Wolf, Ernest T 74 

Wolf, Capt. H. H 22 

Wolfe, Charles.'^ 77 

Wolfe, Kenneth 74 

Wolff, W. M 22 

WoUard, F. L 86 

Wolter, Andrew H.- . 127 

Wood, Charles S 67 

Wood, Rev. Dr. Charles 130 

Wood, George H 119 

Wood, George L 45 

Wood, Harry P 50 

Wood, Leonard 37 

Wood, Sanford B. D 137 

Wood, Warren W 84 

Wood, William C 45 

Wood, Wilham S_ 18 

Wood, Col. Winthrop S 29 

Woodcock, Amos W. W 138 

Woodfill, Web 107 

Woodhead, PhilUp V 75 

Woodhouse, Chase G 84 

Woodlock, Thomas F... 100 

Woodman, Stillman E 138 

Woodrough. Joseph W 140 

WoodrutT, Col. James A 42 

Woods, Albert F 62 

Woods, Mrs. Harriet DeK... 7 

Woods, Walter O 13 

Woodside, R. G 111 

Woodward, Col. John E 39 

Woodward, First Lt. Mark R. 37 

Woodward, Ray L 115 

Woodward, Thompson E 72 

Woodworth, Fred L 14 

Woodworth, Capt. Wethered. Ill 

Woolev, Herbert C 60 

Woolfolk, George H 68 

Woolley, R. R 57 

Woollev, Victor B 133 

Wooten, Col. W. P 32 

Work, Hubert 60,108,119 

Workman, Siegel 144 

Worley, J. F 24 

Worshan, Maj. L. D 32 

Worthington, James T 18 

Wouters, Herman H 18 

Wren, Clark C 105 

Wrenn, Augustus C 47 

Wrenn, John E 90 

Wright, Ben 37 

Wright, Ernesto 17 

Wright, Henry H 6 

Wright, J. C... 111 

Wright, J. George 54 

Wright. John B 135 

Wrirfit, MaitlandS 117 

Wright, Marsden 67 

Wright, O. A 55 

Wright, Orville 118 

Wright, William D 69 

Writesman, Charles D 18 

Wuest, Albert 16 

Wurtz, George B 67 

Wvatt. Walter 106 

Wvland, Will L... 67 

Wylie, Alexander 100 

Wvllie, Col. Robert E. 40 

Wyman, W.I 95 

Wynne, Samuel O 18 

Wythe, George 89 

Y 

Yaden, James G 115 

Yarnall, IraT 77 

Yarnell, David L 81 

Yarrington, William F 45 

Yates, Joseph T 91 

Yauch, Charles F 106 



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Yeandle, Lt. Commander S. 

S 22 

Teliowley,"E.'"c''"'"""'." 18 

Yeomans, Evelyn L 88 

Yohe, H. Stanford 82 

Youmans, Frank A 135 

Young, Arthur N 12 

Young, Clarence J.. 69 

Young, Clarence M 87 

Young, Floyd D 64 

Young, G. B 23 

Young, George M 20 

Young, Maj. Gordon R 31 



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Young, Leon G 48 

Young, Maj. Mason J 32,40 

Young, S. A. M 53 

Young. Walker R 58 

Youngblutt, Frederick C 58 

Youut, Maj. Barton K 36 

Z 

Zaine, Joseph 34 

Zannelli, Augustus 51 

Zappone, Almerico 62 

Zeller, Robert A 77 

Zerbee, Maj. Leigh F. J 38 



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Zerbst, Fred 43 

Ziebach, Charles M 54 

Ziegenieier, Rear Admiral 

UenryJ 46 

Ziegler, M. V 25 

Zihlman, Frederick N 122 

Zimmerman, C>tus M 44 

Zimmerman, R. .S 136 

Zimmerman, Reuben S 79 

Zimmermann, Harvey J 87 

Zon, Raphael 74 

Zweifel, Henry 143 

Zwickel, Ernest M 90 



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