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1899. LYMAN GREGORY, M.D., '87, Chicago Home Med. Coll.
305 Hermosa St., Santa Ana. E, F. GOODYEAR, A.B., '92, Univ. of Cal.
1890.' Pacific Coast Agent of The Macmillan Co., 325 Sansome St., San Francisco. HATTIE F. GOWER.
1896. Assist. Teacher of Sloyd, cor. N. Johnson and Minnesota Sts., Sta. A, Los Angeles. A. F. GUNN.
American Book Co., 204 Pine St., San Francisco.
Principal of George Dewey School, Fruitvale.
Teacher in Grammar Grade, 544 Ruth Ave., Los Angeles.
1897. Teacher of Pedagogy, Berkeley.
1894. Instructor of Manual Training, California School of Mechanical Arts, 16th and
Utah Sts., San Francisco.
Pacific Manager, D. C. Heath & Co., 325 Sansome St., San Francisco.
1895. Principal of High School, 1534 Ingraham St., Los Angeles,
1897. Instructor in History, State Normal School, San José.
Director of Music, Public Schools, 582 N. Ellen St., Pomona.
1898. Superintendent of Schools, Pomona.
Professor of Physiology, Leland Stanford Jr. University, Stanford University.
o Principal of High School, Ventura. Rev. S. H. KELL GG, D.D., '57:
1010 E. gth St., Los Angeles. BURT O. KINNEY, A.B., '97, Stanford Univ.
Principal of Siskiyou County High School, Yreka. T. H. KIRK.
Monrovia. C. A. KUNOU.
Supervisor of Manual Training, 422 So. Ave. 19, Los Angeles. J. W. MCCLYMONDS, A.B., '71, Westminster, Pa.
1889. Superintendent of City Schools, 447, 34th St., Oakland. F.H. MEYER.
Instructor in Drawing and Manual Training, 545 N. Center St., Stockton, CHARLES M. MILLER.
Director of Manual Training, Normal School, Los Angeles. ERNEST CARROLL MOORE, A.B., '92, LL.B., '94, Ohio Nor. Univ.; A.M., '96, Columbia Univ.;
Ph.D, '98, Univ. of Chicago. 1899. Instructor in Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley. FRANK MORTON, A.B., '80, Dartmouth.
1888. Principal of Lowell High School, 3331 Washington St., San Francisco. E. H. MOSHER.
1897. Principal of Schools, Benicia, F. O, Mower, A.B., '78, Bates Coll., Lewiston, Me.
1897. Principal of High School, 715, 3d St., Napa. WATSON NICHOLSON, A.B., '92, Stanford Univ.; A.M., '95, Harvard.
1897. Teacher of English, Redlands. Mrs. GERTRUDE B. Parsons, Grad., '98, Am. Inst. Nor. Methods.
1897. Supervisor of Music, 247 S. St., Los Angeles. MRS. SOPHIA E. PEART.
County Superintendent of Schools, Yolo County, Woodland. POMONA COLLEGE.
President, Frank L. Ferguson; Librarian, F. P. Brackett, Claremont. MINNIE REES.
Teacher of Fifth and Sixth Grades, City Schools, 632 Britannia St., Los Angeles. MRS. MAY REESE, Grad. of Nor. Sch.
Director of Kindergarten, 412 W. Montecito St., Santa Barbara, George MANN RICHARDSON, A.C., '86, Lehigh; Ph.D., '90, Johns Hopkins Univ.
1891. Professor of Organic Chemistry, Leland Stanford Jr. University, Stanford University W. W. SEAMAN.
Fourth Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1419 0 St., Sacramento. MRS. HATTIE BURDICK SHARKLEY.
Teacher in First Grade, Public Schools, 578, 17th St., Oakland. GEORGE M. SHELDON.
1897. Teacher in Grammar School, Anaheim. U. P. SHULL, A.M., Westfield Coll.
Supervising Principal of Schools, cor. Painter and Philadelphia Sts., Whittier. DAVID S. SNEDDEN, A.B., Stanford Univ.
1897. Superintendent of Schools, Paso Robles. STATE LIBRARY OF CALIFORNIA.
Librarian, J. L. Gillis, Sacramento. F. W. STEIN, JR.
1899. Principal of Harper School, 1398 Newton St., Los Angeles, W. W. STONE.
1899. Principal of Burnett School, 745 Shrader St., San Francisco, ANNA M. STOVALL.
1891. Principal of Free Normal Training School of Golden Gate Kindergarten Association
221, 9th St., San Francisco.
CALIFORNIA-Continued 1899. J. H. STRINE.
1898. County Superintendent of Schools, Monrovia. Francis A. SWANGER, M.S.D., '92, Mo. State Nor., Kirksville; A.M., '98, Willamette Univ., Ore.
1899. Principal of High School, Woodland.
Contra Costa, Martinez,
1887. Principal of High School, S, W. cor. W. ad and I Sts., Benicia.
1899. Superintendent of City Schools, cor. 7th and D Sts., Petaluma,
Principal of San Fernando Union High School, Fernando.
Editor “ Western Journal of Education," 723 Market St., San Francisco.
1896. Teacher in Public Schools, Monrovia.
1899. Principal of Union High School, Clovis.
Hall, San Francisco.
Superintendent of Schools, Solano County, Fairfield.
Principal of Lugo School, Compton.
1865. Principal of Institute for Deaf and Blind, Berkeley.
1899. Superintendent of Schools, Alturas. M. IDA Williams, A.B., '99, Stanford Univ.
1899. Teacher in Public Schools, 135 S. Marengo Ave., Pasadena. Mrs. Rose V. WINTERBURN, B.L., '95, Univ. of Mich.
Supervisor in History and Literature, 1009 N. Sutter St., Stockton.
AARON GOVE, A.M., '78, Dartmouth Coll.; LL.D., '88, Univ. of Colo.
1874. Superintendent of Schools, District No. 1, High School, Denver,
FRANK Howard Clark, B.Didac., '83, Univ. of Kan.
1899. Superintendent of City Schools, Spruce St., Central City.
1884. JAMES H. BAKER, A.B., '73, A.M.,.'76, LL.D., '92, Bates Coll.
1892. "President of University of Colorado, Boulder. ROBERT H. Beggs, B.Sc., '68, Illinois Coll.
1880. Principal of Grammar School, 2427 Ogden St., Denver, 1887. CHARLES V. PARKER, B.Sc., '97, Denver Univ.
1899. Superintendent of City Schools, 601 Baca St., Trinidad. 2. X. SNYDER, B.Sc., '76, A.B., '78, Ph.D., '85, Waynesburg Coll., Pa.
1891. President of State Normal School of Colorado, Greeley. 1890. WARREN E. KNAPP.
1897. Superintendent of Schools of Arapahoe Co., Room zo, Court House, Denver. 1892. Lewis C. GREENLEE, Grad. State Nor. Sch., 78, Edinboro, Pa.; A.M., '95, Waynesburg Coll., Pa.
1890, Superintendent of Schools, Dist. No. 2, 549 S. Tremont St., Denver. WILLIAM HENRY SMILEY, A.B., '77, Harvard Univ.
1892. Principal of High School, Dist. No. 1, 2112 Lincoln Ave., Denver. JAMES H. VAN SICKLE, A.B., '96, A.M., '98, Univ. of Colo.
1891. Superintendent of Schools, North Side, 3247 Bryant St., Denver. 1893. HENRIETTA B. AYRES.
1882. Teacher in Gilpin School, Denver. CHARLES A. BRADLEY, Grad., '77, U. S. Military Acad.
1894. Principal of Manual Training High School, 1341 Corona St., Denver. JAMES W. SCOTT, A.B., Duquesne Coll.
1899.' Principal of Garfield School, 601 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs. 1894. S. ARTHUR JOHNSON, B.Sc., '91, M.Sc., '95, Rutgers Coll.
1896. Instructor in Math., High School, Dist. No. 2, 55 S. Washington Ave., Denver. 1895. H. M. BARRETT, A.B., '90, A.M., '93, Allegheny Coll.
Teacher of Latin and English, High School, 3325 Osceola St., Highlands Station
Denver; Editor “ Colorado School Journal.'
1892. Professor of Biology, State Normal School, 1412, 10th St., Greeley.
1887. Instructor in Geology and Biology, East Denver High School, Denver. WILLIAM V. CASEY.
1893. Superintendent of Schools, 820 Pine St., Boulder, Charles ERNEST CHADSEY, A.B., '92, A.M., '93, Stanford; A.M., '94, Ph.D., '97, Columbia.
1897. Superintendent of City Schools, Durango. Fred Dick, A.M., Hamilton Coll., N. Y.
Principal of Normal and Preparatory School, 1543-45 Glenarm St., Denver.
COLORADO-Continued 1895. JOHN DIETRICH.
1893. Superintendent of City Schools, 1824 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs. E. Waite ELDER, A.B., '91, A.M., '94, Princeton.
1895. Science Master, State Preparatory School, Boulder. JOHN B. GARVIN, B.Sc., '86, Univ. of Illinois.
1892. Instructor in Chemistry, High School, Dist. No. 1, 2536 W. 34th Ave., Denver. Edward F. HERMANNS.
1891. Principal of High School, Dist. No. 2, 1425 Broadway, Denver. MRS. F. R. HOUGHAN.
1873. Principal of Gilpin School, Plymouth Place, Denver. JOHN F. KEATING, A.B., '92, Ohio Wes. Univ.
1896. Superintendent of Schools, South Side, 1102 Lake Ave., Pueblo. CHARLES Joseph LING, B.Sc., '90, Cornell Univ.
1894. Instructor in Physics, Manual Training High School, Denver.
Teacher in Public Schools, Delgany School, Denver.
1879. Superintendent of Schools, Dist. No. 1, 423, 11th St., Pueblo.
1887. Principal of Garfield School, 1037 S. 9th St., Denver.
1893. Principal of Corona School, 1031 Emerson St., Denver.
1887. Professor of Chemistry, University of Colorado, 1224 Pine St., Boulder.
1890. Instructor in Physics, High School, Dist. No. I, 2009 Vine St., Denver,
Rohling Block, Fort Collins.
1893. Superintendent of Schools, 1864 S. Washington St., South Denver. 1896. 0. J. BLAKESLEY, B.Sc., Pd.D.
1896. Superintendent of Schools, La Junta. MRS. Z. X. SNYDER.
Greeley. 1897. IzORA SCOTT, A.B., '87, Kan. Nor. Col.
1899. Principal of High School, 425 Broadway, Pueblo. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT GREELEY.
President, 2. X. Snyder; Librarian, Joseph F. Daniels, Greeley. 1898. Cecelia ADAMS, '88, Chicago Froebel Assoc.
Supervisor of Kindergartens, High School, Dist. No. 1, Denver,
1899. Principal of High School, 903 Arizona Ave., Trinidad.
1893. Supervisor of Drawing, Dist. No. 1, 2432 Lincoln Ave., Denver, LOLA M. MILLER.
1895. Teacher in 5th Grade, Lincoln School, 160 S. Denver Ave., Denver. H. W. ZIRKLE, A.B., '83, A.M., '95, Polytechnic Inst., Va.
1892. Principal of Elmwood School, 357 Lincoln Ave., Denver. 1899. A. B. COPELAND.
1882. Superintendent of City Schools, 1228 Main St., Greeley. EDWARD C. ELLIOTT, B.Sc., '95, A.M., '97, Univ. of Neb.
1898. Superintendent of City Schools, Box 462, Leadville. BENJAMIN R. Gass, A.B., '66, A.M., '69, Antioch Coll.
1891. Principal of Hyde Park School, 2020 Clarkson St., Denver, MRS. HELEN M. GRENFELL.
1899. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1452 Elizabeth St., Denver. HERBERT GRIGGS.
1884. Director of Music, Box 765, Denver.
State Normal School, 1024, 8th St., Greeley.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Pedagogy, Colorado College, 929 N. Nevada
Ave., Colorado Springs.
Principal of Logan School, 57 S. Washington Ave., Denver.
1897. Instructor in Latin, High School, District No. 2, Wolfe Hall, Denver.
1884. HENRY BARNARD, A.B., '30, Yale; LL.D., '52, Yale, Harvard, and Union; L.H.D., '87, Columbia.
Ex-U. S. Commissioner of Education 1866-70, 118 Main St., Hartford.
ACTIVE MEMBERS 1888. GEORGE B. HURD.
1885. Supervising Principal of Winchester School District, 8 Prospect Pl., New Haven. 1889. CHARLES W. Deane, A.M., '84, Ph.D., '92, Allegheny Coll.
1893. Superintendent of Schools, 338 Main St., Bridgeport,
CONNECTICUT- Continued 1892. David N. CAMP, A.M., '53, Yale.
1855. Ex-State Supt. of Schools, Manager of New Britain Library, 9 Camp St, New
Britain. 1893. RACHEL KING.
1894. Principal of Training Class and Supervisor of Free Kindergartens, 38 Howe St.,
New Haven. 1894. FREDERICK A. CURTISS.
1892. Principal High School, Old Saybrook. 1895. NATHAN L. BISHOP.
1877. Superintendent of Schools, Central District, 7 Huntington Pl., Norwich. Calvin N. KENDALL, A.M.
1895. Superintendent of Schools, 21 Center St., New Haven. CHARLES H. Keyes, A.B., '78, St. John's Coll.
1899. Superintendent of Schools, South District, Hartford. 1896. E. HERMANN ARNOLD, M.D., '94, Yale.
Director of Anderson Normal School of Gymnastics, 46 York Sq., New Haven. F. E. HOWARD.
1890. Supervisor of Music, 85 Congress St., Bridgeport. 1897. B. W. TINKER, A.M., Bates Coll.
Superintendent of Schools, Waterbury. 1898. WILBUR FISK GORDY.
1884. Supervising Principal, 2d North School District, 104 Gillett St., Hartford. Stuart H. Rowe, A.B., '95, Yale; Ph.D., '95, Jena Univ., Germany.
1898. Supervising Principal, 30 Academy St., New Haven. Sarah J. WALTER.
1895. Teacher of Training and Method, State Normal Training School, Willimantic. 1899. Isaac M. AGARD, A.B., '79, A.M., '84, Amherst Coll.
1888. Principal of Rockville High School; Superintendent of East District Graded School,
Vernon; res., Rockville.
362 Main St., Norwich.
1867. Professor of Geology, Wesleyan University, 31 College Place, Middletown. Giles Alfred STUART, A.B., '77, A.M., '80, Bates Coll.
1896. Superintendent of Schools, 31 Emmons Pl., New Britain.
ACTIVE MEMBERS 1891. EDWINA B. KRUSE.
1876. Principal of High and Grammar School, No. 16, 206 E. roth St., Wilmington. 1892. ALBERT N. RAUB, A.M., '67, Princeton; Ph.D., '79, Lafayette; LL.D., '95, Ursinus Coll.
1888. Principal of High School, 817 Adams St., Wilmington.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
LIFE DIRECTORS 1857. *ZALMON RICHARDS, A.B., '36, A.M., '39, Williams Coll.
1301 Corcoran St., Washington. 1876. WILLIAM TORREY HARRIS, A.M., '69, Yale; LL.D., '70, Univ. of Mo.; '94, Univ. of Pa.; '95, Yale;
'96, Princeton; A.M., Ph.D., '93, Brown Univ.; Ph.D., '99, Univ. of Jena, Germany,
1889. United States Commissioner of Education, 1303 P St., N. W., Washington. 1880. James ORMOND Wilson, A.M., '74, Dartmouth Coll.
1892. Secretary of American Colonization Society; Custodian of National Educational
Association, 450 Pennsylvania Ave., N. W., Washingtor..
1880. JOHN Hitz.
1887. Superintendent of Volta Bureau, cor. 35th and Q Sts., Washington. 1884. ALEX. GRAHAM Beli
1331 Connecticut Ave., Washington. 1889. RT. Rev. JOHN J. KEANE, D.D., Laval; LL.D., Harvard.
Late Rector of Catholic University of America, Washington.
1889. W. F. POWELL.
Minister to Haiti, American Legation; address State Dept., Washington. 1892, William BRAMWELL Powell, A.M., '66, Lombard Univ.
1885. Superintendent of Schools, Franklin School, Washington,
Ex-U. S. Commissioner of Education, The Concord, Washington.
Principal Froebel Normal Institute and Kindergarten, 1426 Q St., N. W., Washington. ESTELLE REEL.
1898. Superintendent of Indian Schools, Department of the Interior, Washington, 1895. Allan Davis, B.Sc., '90, M.Sc., 96, Columbian Univ.; LL.M., '93, Nat. Law School, Washington,
1890. Principal of Business High School, 1st St., between B and C Sts., N.W., Washingtos. *Died November 1, 1899.
1895. ANNA TOLMAN SMITH.
Bureau of Education, Washington.
1889. Director of Sewing, Public Schools, 1447 Pierce Pl., Washington.
1895. President of Columbian University, Washington. 1896. PowHATAN W. ROBERTSON, M.Accts., '82, Eastman Nat. Bus. Coll.
1894. Columbian University, 2232 Q St., N. W., Washington, REBECCA STONEROAD, Grad.. Oswego Normal School. 1889. Director of Physical Training, Public Schools, Webster School, 10th and H Sts.
Washington. 1897. Court Foster WOOD, LL,B., 84, LL.M., '85, Columbian Univ.
1885. Principal of Wood's Commercial College, 311 E. Capitol St., Washington. 1898. JOB BARNARD, LL.B., 67, Univ. of Mich.
Trustee of Public Schools, 500, 5th St., N. W., Washington.
Teacher of Physical Training in Public Schools, 3425 Holmead Ave., N. W.,
1895. Teacher, Deanwood.
Method and Training Teacher, Normal School, 1357 Roanoke St., Washington.
1896. Supervisor of Public Schools, 924, 24th St., N. W., Washington.
1890. Supervisor, Washington Public Schools, Tyler School, S. E., Washington.
Supervisor of Schools, 1126, 5th St., N. W., Washington.
Trustee of Washington College of Law, LeDroit Building, 8th and 5th Sts., N. W.,
1887. Principal and 8th Grade Teacher, 507 E. Capitol St., Washington.
1890. Agent, Bureau of Education for Alaska, Bureau of Education, Washington.
Trustee of Public Schools, 407, 6th St., S. W., Washington.
1887. Teacher of German, Central High School, 924 Mass. Ave., N. W., Washington. BERNARD T. JANNEY.
Supervising Principal of Public Schools, 1671, 31st St., N, W., Washington.
1895. Principal of Eastern High School, Washington,
for the Advancement of Science; Member of the London, Edinburgh, and N. Y. Mathematical Societies.
Librarian U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1534 Columbia St., N. W., Washington.
Principal Teacher, Industrial Home School, W. Washington.
1890. Professor of Mathematics, Howard University, Washington.
1899. Supervising Principal, 9th Div. Public Schools, 1912, 11th St., N. W., Washington. Sophie F. E. NUSSBAUM, Grad., Teacher's Sem., Rostock, Meckl. Schwerin, and Conservatory of Music, Dresden, Germany.
1889. Bureau of Education, Washington. ALICE N. PARKER, 1896. Director of Kindergarten, Buchanan School, The Concord, New Hampshire A
and S St., Washington.
Conn. Ave., N. W., Washington.
1893. Clerk in Bureau of Education, Washington.
Principal of Mt. Vernon Seminary, i1th and M Sts., N. W., Washington.
1894. Statistician in U. S. Bureau of Education, Washington.
1936, 4th St., N. W., Washington.
Trustee of Public Schools, 121 B St., S. E., Washington.
1890. Principal of Western High School, 1719 H St., Washington,
Trustee of Public Schools, 319, 4'2 St., Washington. 1899. EDWARD ALLEN FAY, A.B., '62, A.M., '65, Univ. of Mich.; Ph.D., '81, Johns Hopkins Univ.
1866. Professor and Vice-President, Gallaudet College, 3 Kendall Green, Washington.
Supervisor of U.S. Indian Schools, Indian Office, Washington