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LIST OF LIFE AND ACTIVE MEMBERS
ARRANGED BY STATES, CLASSES, AND YEARS OF CONTINUOUS MEMBERSHIP
REVISED TO DECEMBER 1, 1899
The marginal figures indicate the year of the commencement of continuous annual membership for those whose names immediately follow. The indented figures indicate year of appointment to present educational position. The names of deceased members are indicated by a *.
Extra copies of this list may be obtained by remitting twenty-five cents to th Secre tary, Irwin Shepard, Winona, Minn.
1882. JULIA S. TUTWILER.
Principal of Alabama Normal College for Girls, Livingston. 1888. J. H. PHILLIPS, A.M., Marietta Coll., O.; Ph.D., Southern Univ., Ala.
1883. Superintendent of Schools, 2231, 7th Ave., Birmingham. 1892. FRANCIS MORTON Roof.
1897. President of Howard College, East Lake. 1834. LUCIEN V. LA TASTE.
General Agent, University Publishing Co. of New York, Box 564, Montgomery. JOHN Massey, A.M., '75, LL.D., '79, Univ. of Ala.
1876. President of Alabama Conference Female College, Tuskegee. 1895. MARY A. CAHALAN.
1884. Principal of the Powell School, 2311, 4th Ave., Birmingham. J. B. CUNNINGHAM,
1898. Principal of High School, 600 S. 27th St., Birmingham. ROBERT ALEXANDER MICKLE, A.B., '86, Davidson Coll., N. C.
Principal, Jefferson St. Primary and Grammar Schools, 101 Georgia Ave., Mobile.
Grammar Department, Public Schools, 110 N. Conception St., Mobile.
1897. President of University of Alabama, University.
1894. Superintendent of Schools, 996 Government St., Mobile. 1897. ALABAMA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE.
President, William Le Roy Broun; Librarian, Charles C. Thach, Auburn. 1898. ROBERT VENABLE ALLGOOD, B.P., '88, B.Sc., '90, So. Univ., Greensboro; A.M., '93, Univ. of
1894. Superintendent of Public Schools, 5th Ave. E., Avondale, Birmingham.
1897. Principal of High School, Brookwood.
Superintendent of Schools, Mt. Willing. 1899. ARTHUR U. CRAIG, B.Sc., '95, Univ. of Kan.
1895. Teacher of Physics and Mechanical Drawing, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee.
1895. HORACE E. Wilson.
1898. Superintendent in charge of Supai Indians and School, Supai. LYDIA HUNT WRIGHT.
1894. Superintendent, U. S. Indian Boarding School, Indian School, San Carlos. 1898. T. E. DALTON.
Ex-Territorial Superintendent, Phænix.
1899. Superintendent of Public Instruction, 21 Fleming Block, Phænix. 1899. FRANK YALE ADAMS, A.B., '88, A.M., '94. St. Lawrence Univ.
1897. Professor of History and Pedagogy, University of Arizona, Tucson. W. J. ANDERSON, B.Sc., '97, National Univ., Chicago.
1898.' Grand Avenue School, 12th Ave. ; Box 282, Phænix.
Teacher in Indian Schools, Parker.
Matron of Indian Schools, Parker.
1887. THOMAS A. FUTRALL, A.M., West Tenn. Coll.
1884. Superintendent of Schools and County Examiner, Marianna. 1890. Josiah H. SHINN, A.B., A.M., '70, Northwestern Univ.
Editor “Southern School Journal,” President, College of Springdale, Springdale. 1895. George B. COOK, A.M.
Superintendent of City Schools, Hot Springs.
1889. Superintendent of Schools, 12th and K Sts., Fort Smith.
1894. Superintendent of City Schools, Helena, 1896. HOWARD Gates.
1891. Principal of Kramer School, Little Rock, J. H. HINEMON, A.M., '93, Arkadelphia Coll.
1895. Superintendent of Schools, 618 W. 6th Ave., Pine Bluff. ALFRED LEE PEACHER, A.M., '92, Wooster Univ., 0.
1895. Superintendent of Schools, 806 Broadway, Van Buren.
President, A. C. Millar, Conway.
Principal of School, 8th and B Sts., Fort Smith.
Professor of Education and History, Hendrix College, Conway
Teacher of English, Onachita Baptist College, Arkadelphia,
Teacher in Public Schools, Little Rock.
1898. Superintendent of City Schools, Camden.
1890. Principal of Duval School, 401 S. 18th St., Fort Smith. J. C. CORBIN, A.B., '53, A.M., '60, Ohio Univ.; Ph.D., '99.
1873. President of Branch Normal College, Pine Bluff. Eva L. Davis, B.L., Hardin Coll., Mexico, Mo.
1898. Teacher in Public Schools, 1003 Poplar St., Pine Bluff. R. C. HALL.
1898. Principal of Peabody High School, 1817 Broadway, Little Rock.
Teacher in Public Schools, 630 Chestnut St., Pine Bluff.
1898. Vice-Principal of 6th Ave. School, 627 Pine St., Pine Bluff,
Principal of Public School, Argenta.
Assistant in High School, 713 State Line St., Texarcana.
1890. Teacher in Public Schools, Little Rock,
Representative of American Book Co., Fort Smith.
1895. Teacher in Public Schools, Little Rock.
Superintendent of City Schools, Little Rock.
1894. Teacher in Public Schools, Hot Springs.
Teacher in Public Schools, Van Buren.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Little Rock,
1895. Principal of High School, 205 W. 12th Ave., Pine Bluff.
LIFE MEMBERS 1877. ANNA Kalfus SPERO.
Publisher, N. McLaughlin Ave., near Santa Clara Ave., San José. 1879. James H. Hoose, A.M., '64, Ph.D., '73, Syracuse Univ.
Department of Psychology and Pedagogy, University of Southern Cal., 255 S
Euclid Ave., Pasadena.
m882. HARRIET N. MORRIS, A.M., '86, Nat. Nor. Univ.
2346, 2d St., San Diego. 1884. NATHAN CROOK TWINING, A.B., '61, A.M., '65, Milton Coll., Wis.
1895. Principal of San Jacinto High School, 1224 Walnut St., Riverside. 1886. C. Y, ROOP.
1899. Superintendent of City Schools, Santa Barbara. 1888. REBECCA F. ENGLISH.
1891. Critic Teacher, State Normal School, 141 S. 10th St., San José. 1889. AUGUSTA W. HOBE.
1888. Teacher in Grammar Grade, 1633 Hyde St., San Francisco.
1889. SANFORD A. HOOPER, A.B., '72, A.M., '82, Beloit Coll.
1899. Head Master of Los Angeles Military Academy, Los Angeles. EDWARD T. PIERCE, LL.B., '77, Union Univ.; Pd.D., 94, N. Y. Nor. Coll.
1893. President of State Normal School, 631 W. 5th St., Los Angeles. 1891. ELMER ELLSWORTH BROWN, A.B., '89, Univ. of Mich.,
Ph.D., 'go, Halle.
1899. President of State Normal School, San Francisco. 1893. JAMES A. FOSHAY, A.M., Univ. of So, Cal.; Pd.D., '98, N. Y. Nor. Coll.
1895. Superintendent of Schools, 2341 Scarff St., Los Angeles. 1894. ELLWOOD P. CUBBERLEY, A.B., '91, Ind. Univ.
1899. Associate Professor of Education, Leland Stanford Jr. Univ., Stanford Univ. J. C. TEMPLETON, A.B., Leland Stanford Jr. Univ.
1899. Superintendent of City Schools, Santa Ana. CHARLES C. Van Liew, Ph.D., '93, Jena.
1899. President of State Normal School, Chico. 1895. D. R. AUGSBURG, B.P., '84, Syracuse Univ.
1898. Director of Drawing, Public Schools, 1261, 6th Ave., East Oakland. Lewis B. AVERY, B.Sc., '83, Tabor Coll., Ia.
1895. Principal of Union High School, Redlands.
Ex-County Superintendent of Schools, Escondido.
1898. President of State Normal School, San Diego.
535 Stimson Block, Los Angeles.
1895. Vice-President of State Normal School, 825 W. 11th St., Los Angeles. CHARLES EDWARD HUTTON, A.B., '53, A.M., '61, St. John's Coll., Md.
1890. Instructor in State Normal School, 1007 W. 21st St., Los Angeles. THOMAS J. KIRK.
1899. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Sacramento. JOSEPH LE CONTE, A.B., '41, A.M., '45, LL.D., 79, Univ. of Ga.; LL.D., '96, Princeton; M.D., '45, Coll. of Phys, & Surg., N. Y.; B.Sc., '51, Harvard Univ.
1868. Professor of Geology and Nat. Hist., Univ. of Cal., 2739 Bancroft Way, Berkeley. James McNAUGHTON, A.B., '62, A.M., '65, Ph.D., 87, Allegheny Coll.
1899. President of State Normal School, San José. J. B. MONLUX, A.M., '81, Iowa State Univ.
1896. Principal of 28th St. School, 250 E. 30th St., Los Angeles. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
President, Benjamin Ide Wheeler, LL.D.; Librarian, J. C. Rowell, Berkeley. 1896. E. Morris Cox, A.B., Haverford Coll., Pa.
1897. Principal of Public Schools, Box 16, Santa Rosa. MRS. C. L. PLACE.
1897. Principal of Training Dept., State Normal School, 129 E. Julian St., San José. HARRIET M. SCOTT,
22 W, California St., Pasadena. 1897. CHRISTINE BENSON.
1898. Primary Teacher, Gray Gables, Los Angeles. ARTHUR H. CHAMBERLAIN.
1896. Prof. of Pedagogy anu Instruc or of Sloyd, Throop Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena. FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Secretary, George A. Mullin, San Francisco.
1899. Principal of High School, Long Beach.
Director of Kindergarten Department, State Normal School, Los Angeles,
1891. Professor of Physics, Leland Stanford Jr. University, Stanford University.
President, David Starr Jordan; Librarian, H. C. Nash, Stanford University.
President, C. C. Van Liew, Chico.
President, Edward T. Pierce, Los Angeles.
1893. Prof, of Decorative and Industrial Art, Univ. of Cal., 2311 Durant Ave., Berkeley. JAMES A. BARR.
1891. Superintendent of City Schools, 1407 E. Channel St., Stockton.
President of Leland Stanford Jr. University, Stanford University.
1898. ANNA E. LEMON.
1894. Teacher in First Primary, 50 S. Euclid Ave., Pasadena, ALBERT LYSER,
Principal of John Swett Grammar School, McAllister St., between Franklin and
Gough Sts., San Francisco.
1885. Principal of Lincoln Evening School, 407 Fair Oaks St., San Francisco,
1898. Teacher in State Normal School, 245 W. San Carlos St., San José. CECIL W. MARK, B.Sc., '88. Univ. of Pacific, Cal.
1899. Deputy Superintendent of Schools, 3722, 20th St., San Francisco. CARL H. NIELSEN,
Ex-Superintendent of Schools, Sonoma Co., Santa Rosa. ANTRIM EDGAR Osborne, M.D., '77, Ph.D., '79. 1886. Superintendent of State Institute for Feeble-Minded; 1896, Professor, Nervous and
Mental Diseases, College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco; Eldridge. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL LIBRARY, SAN JOSÉ.
President, James MČNaughton; Librarian, Ruth Royce, San José, 1899. James E. ADDICOTT.
1891. Teacher of Manual Training and Mathematics, San José. LULU CLAIRE BAHR.
1899. County Superintendent of Schools, 222, 7th St., San Bernardino. Thomas P. Bailey, JR., Ph.D., Univ. of So. Cal.
Associate Professor of Education as Related to Character, Univ. of Cal., Berkeky. W. H. BAKER, A.M., P.T., State Nor., Kirksville, Mo.
1897. Teacher of Mathematics, High School, 103 Abby St., Fresno. Hugh J. BALDWIN.
1899. County Superintendent of Schools, Court House, San Diego. KATHERINE M. BALL
1895. Supervisor of Drawing, 1260 California St., San Francisco,
Teacher in Public Schools, Oakland.
1897. Principal of Union High School, Perris.
Kindergarten Supervisor and Training Teacher, Pomona.
Palo Alto St., Palo Alto.
Pres. American Young People's Patriotic Society, 902 California St., San Francisco.
1899. Principal of Magnolia Public School, Clair; res., Santa Monica.
Director of Manual Training, 221 W. Magnolia St., Stockton.
Department of Psychology and History of Education, State Nor. School, San Diego.
1895. Teacher in Grammar Department, Compton. W. R. CHANDLER, Grad., Cal, State Nor. Sch.
Principal of Schools, Tropico,
Teacher in South Pasadena, 94 Allesandro Pl., Pasadena.
Principal of Vernon School, 1134 E. Vernon Ave., Los Angeles.
1898. Superintendent chools of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa,
1897. Principal of High School, Coronado.
Union High School, Redlands.
1889. Superintendent of Schools, San Diego.
1892. Teacher of Mathematics, 1837, 3d St., San Diego. WALTER A. EdwARDS, A.M., '86, Knox Coll.
1897. President of Throop Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena.
County Superintendent of Schools, Santa Barbara Co., Santa Barbara.
686 Magnolia Ave., Riverside.
1895. Principal of Franklin Grammar School, 809 Castro St., San Francisco.
President of Pomona College, Claremont.
Assistant in Mission High School, 259 Harriet St., San Francisco.
Pied mont Ave., Berkeley. James D. GRAHAM, A.M., '88, Toronto Univ.
Superintendent of Schools, 510 Ellis St., Pasadena. J. P. GREELEY,
County Superintendent of Schools, Santa Ana,