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So. Michigan Blvd., Chicago, Ill.; 2,480,188; Sec.. (1889), 3457 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.: Sec.. Mrs. Charles D. Center.
Dr. J. P. Lichtenberger.
Ave., N. Y. City: Sec., Miss M. Patricia Dunn. City; 80: Chmn., Elbridge T. Gerry.
5,000; Sec.. H. L. Lantz, Park Executives & American Park Society, Ameri- Portuguese Continental Union of U. S. A. (1929).
can Institute of (1898), Rockford, Ill.: abt. 800; 123 Standish Ave., Plymouth, Mass.; 5,817; Sup. Exec. Sec., Will O. Doolittle.
Sec., Anibal s. Branco. Parks, State (see State Park).
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A., General AsPathfinders of America (1914), 12258 Alpine St., sembly (1789). Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia,
Detroit, Mich.; 50,000; Founder and Exec. Sec.. P&.; 2,006,000; Stated Clerk, Rev. Wm. B. Pugh. P. J. Wright.
Presbyterian Historical Society (Dept. of History Patriotic Society, American National (1931), 106 of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.)
East Adams St., Pittsfield, Ill.; Pres., Herbert H. (1852), 520 Witherspoon Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.: Vertrees, as above; Sec.. A. B. Caughlan, Post- 170; Man. and Sec., Rev. Thos. C. Pears, Jr. master, Pittsfield, Ill.
Prevention of War, Nat'l Council for the (1921), Patrolmen's Benevolent Ass'n of N. Y. C. (1894). 63 532-17th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.; Office
Park Row, N. Y. City: 17,500; Sec., Charles J. Sec.. Mrs. Gladys G, Mackenzie.
Prison Association, American (1870), 135 East 15th Peace Efforts, American Union for Concerted St., N. Y. City: 5,425; Gen. Sec., E. R. Cass.
(1939), 8 West 40th St., N. Y. City: Dir., Clark Prison Association of N. Y. (1844), 135 East 15th M. Eichelberger.
St, N. Y. City: 5,425; Gen. Sec., E, R. Cass. Peace and Freedom-(see Women's Int'l League). Prisons and Prison Labor, Nat'l Committee on Pen Women, Nat'l League of American (1897). Wil- (1909), 1860 Broadway, NY. City: 1,000; Chmn.. lard Hotel, Washington, D. C.; abt. 3.000; Exec. Exec. Council, E. Stagg Whitin. Sec., Mabel H. Pittle.
Produce Exchange, N. Y. (1862), 2 Broadway, N. Y Pennsylvania Society (1899), Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, City: 1.120; Man. Dir., Laurel Duval; Sec., Lloyd N. Y, City; 1.250; Sec., Col. Robert Mazet.
V. Juan. People's Lobby (1928), 1410 H St., N. W. Washing- Professional Ball Players--(see Ball Players of
ton, D. C.; 2,115: Sec., Benjamin C. Marsh, America). Personal Research Federation (1921), 60 East 420 Professional Engineers-(see Engineers, N. Y. State St., N. Y. City: 1.500; Sec., W. A. Griffin.
Soc. of). Petroleum Institute, A erican (1919), 50 West 50th Professional Won n's League (1893), Marbury Hall
St., N. Y. City: 5.000; Exec. Vice-Pres., W. R. Hotel, 164 West 74th St., N. Y. City: abt. 75; Sec., Boyd, Jr.; Sec., Lacey Walker.
Frances Brooke, 120 No. 8th Ave., Mt. Vernon. Pharmaceutical Association, American (1852), 2215 N. Y
Constitution Ave, Washington, D. C.; 4,600: Sec.. Psychiatric Association, American (1844), Rm. 708. Dr. E. F. Kelly.
9 Rockefeller Plaza, N. Y. City; 2.701; Exec. Ass't. Philatelic Society, American (1886), 3421 Colfax Austin M. Davis.
"A", Denver, Colo.: 5,000; Sec., Dr. H. A. Davis. Public Health Association, American (1872), 1790 Philological Ass'n, Amer. (1869), Swarthmore Coll.. Broadway. N. Y. City: 7.000; Sec., Dr. Reginald Swarthmore. Pa.; 1,067: Sec., L. R. Shero.
M. Atwater. Philosophical Ass'n, Amer. (1900): 801; Sec.. Cor- Public Health Nursing-(see Nursing. Nat'l Organ
nelius Kruse, Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, Conn. ization for). Philosophical Society, American (1727), 104 So. Pulaski Memorial Committee, General (1937), Hotel
Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa.: 500: Exec. Officer. George Washington, Lexington Ave. at 23rd St., Dr. Edwin G. Conklin; Sec., Dr. W. F. G. Swann. N, Y City: 50.000; Sec., Anita Ziminski. Physical Society, American (1899), Columbia Uni- Pulp and Paper Industry, Technical Ass'n of the
versity, N. Y. City: 3,800; Sec., Dr. Karl K. (1915), 122 East 42d St., N. Y. City: 2.000; Sec.Darrow
Treas., R. G. Macdonald. Physicians, American College of (1915), 4200 Pine Purchasing Agents, Nat'l Association of (1915), 11
St., Philadelphia, Pa.; 4,595: Exec. Sec., E. R. Park Place, N. Y. City: 6,061; Exec. Sec., Treas., Loveland
G. A. Renard. Physicians, Association of American (1886); 225: Puzzlers League, Nat'l (1883), 1325 E. Gibson St..
Sec., Dr. Hugh J. Morgan, Vanderbilt Hospital, Scranton, Pa.: Sec., Everett M. Smith, Box 205 Nashville, Tenn.
Astor Station, Boston, Mass.
Ave., N. Y. City: Dir., Dr. Henry A. Barton, Quota Club International (1919), 1719 Eye St..
Ave., N. Y. City: 383; Sec. Treas., Earl S.
Racing Commissioners, Nat'l Ass'n of State (1934). Pilgrims of the U. S. (1903), 17 East 42d St., N. Y. P. O. Box 156, Lexington, Ky.; 85: Sec.-Treas., City: 800; Hon. Sec., Major Elihu Church.
Thomas R. Underwood. Pilot Club International (1921), 1001 Persons Bldg., Radio Artists, American Federation of (1937), 2
Macon, Ga., 3.500; Exec. Sec., Miss Wilda West 45th St., N. Y. City: 14,000: Nat'l Exec.
Sec., Mrs. Emily Holt.
Three Rivers, Mich., 3.500; Grand Diapason Radio Relay League, American (1914), 38 LaSalle 1 (Sec.), Chet Shafer.
Road, West Hartford, Conn.; abt. 27,000; Man. Planning and Civic Association, American (1904). Sec., Kenneth B. Warner.
901 Union Trust Bldg., Washington, D. C.; 1,- Radio Union, Int'l Amateur (1925), 38 LaSalle Rd., 800; Exec. Sec., Miss Harlean James.
West Hartford, Conn.: Sec., Kenneth B. Warner. Planning Officials, American Society of (1934), Railroads, Ass'n of American (1934), Transporta1313 East 60th St., Chicago, Ill.: 819; Exec. Dir. tion Bldg., Washington, D. C.; 134 system lines; Walter H. Blucher.
Sec.-Treas., H. J. Forster. Plattsburg, Society of (1931), 84 William St., N. Railway Business Association (1908), 38 So. Dear
Y. City: Dir.. James N. MacLean, Rm. 1506, as born St., Chicago, Ill.: 525; Sec., P. Harvey Midabove.
dleton, Polar Society, American (1934); 486: Sec., August Railway Economics Ass'n of American Railroads,
Horowitz, care of American Museum of Natural Bureau of (1910), 1024 Transportation Bldg.. History, Central Park West at 77th St., N. Y Washington, D. C.; Dir., Dr. J. H. Parmelee. City.
Railway Engineering Ass'n-(see Engineering Ass'n, Police Association, N. Y. Veteran (1891). 200 Amer. Railway).
Church St., N. Y. City: 2,500: Sec., Edward F. Rainbow Division Veterans, Nat'l Ass'n • (1919, Kelly.
Neuenaur, Germany): 11,000; Pres., Walker H. Polish Nat'l Alliance of the U. S. of No. Amer. Colston, 1357 New York Ave., N. E., Washington,
(1880), 1514-20 W. Division St., Chicago, Ill.; abt. D. C.; Sec., Edward C. Weitzel, P. O. Box 42, 275,000; Sec., A. S. Szczerbowski.
Akron, Ohio. Political Action, League for Independent (1929). Real Estate Board of New York (1896), 12 East
2298 Doswell Ave., St. Paul, Minn.; 12.000; Sec., 41st St., N. Y. City: 2,400; Exec. Vice-Pres., Jones Howard Y. Williams,
W. Mersereau: Sec., Edgar Cadmus. Political Science Association, American (1903), 105 Recreation Association, Nat'l (1906), 315 Fourth
Harris Hall, Northwestern Univ., Evanston, Ill.; Ave., N. Y. City; 9,481; Pres., Howard Braucher. Sec., Kenneth Colegrove.
Red Cross, American (1881), 17th and D Sts., N.W. Political and Social Science, American Academy of Washington, D. C.; 9,190,000 Seniors, 9,749.000 Juniors; Chmn., Norman H Davis.; Sec., Miss LaSalle St., Chicago, Ill. ; 3,700; Exec. Vice-Pres., Mabel T. Boardman.
Morton Bodfish; Sec., Herman F. Cellarius. Red Men, Improved Order of (1834), 1521 W. Gerard Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, American
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; 250.000; Sec., H. F. (1895), 287 Convent Ave., N. Y. City: 250; Pres.. Stetser
Alexander Hamilton, as above: Sec.. Merrili Reform Federation, Int'l (1895), 134 B St., N. E. Denison, 400 East 52d St., N. Y. City.
Washington, D. C.; Gen. Supt., Clinton N. School Art League of N. Y. City (1909), 110 LivingHoward.
ston St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; 18,230; Teacher-inReformed Church in the U. S., Board of Foreign Charge, Mrs. Dorothy Thornton.
Missions (1838), 905 Schaft Bldg., 1505 Race St.. School Garden Ass'n of N, Y. (1908), 121 East 51st Philadelphia, Pa.; Exec. Sec., Rev. A. V. Cassel- St. N. Y. City: 10,000; Exec. Vice-Pres., Van man.
Evrie Kilpatrick. Regional Plan Ass'n (1929), 400 Madison Ave., N. Schools for the Deaf--(see Deaf, Conference of) Y. City: 750; Sec., Harold M. Lewis.
Science, American Ass'n for the Advancement of Regular Veterans Association (1934), 1115 Fifteenth (1848), Smithsonian Institution Bldg., Washing
St., N. W.. Washington, D. C.; Nat'l Adit., ton, D. C.; abt. 21.000; Permanent Secretary, F Luther N. Hussey.
R. Moulton. Regular Veterans Womans Ass'n (1936), 5182 Ful. Sciences, American Academy of (1929), P. O. Box
ton St., N. W., Washington, D. C.; 3,000; Sec., 1703, Miami, Fla.; address all communications Odillion Hopgood.
to the secretary Religious Education, Int'l Council of (1922), 203 No. Sciences, Nat'l Academy of (1863), Academy Bldg.. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.; Gen. Sec., Dr. Roy G. 2101 Constitution Ave., Washington, D. C.: 319 Ross,
members, 5 members emeriti, 42 foreign assoResearch Council, National (1916), 2101 Constitu- ciates; Exec. Sec.. Paul Brockett.
tion Ave., Washington, D. C.; 225: Exec. Sec.. Sciences, New York Academy of (1817), Central Albert L. Barrows.
Park West at 79th St., N. Y. City; 1,948; Exec. Research in Human Heredity, Ass'n for (1938), Cold Sec., Mrs. Eunice Thomas Miner.
Spring Harbor, L. I., N. Y.; Sec., H. H. Laughlin. Sciences, Social--(see Social Sciences).
1726 Pennsylvania Ave., N. W., Washington, D. ston St., Boston, Mass.; Bus. Man., James J. C.; 34,137: Sec., Lt. Col. Wm. P. Wattles.
McPhillips. Retail Credit Ass'n-(see Credit Ass'n).
Scottish Clans, Order of (1878), 150 Causeway St., Retail Dry Goods Ass'n-(see Dry Goods Ass'n). Boston, Mass.; 25,000; Sec., Thomas R. P. Gibb. Retail Jewelers-(see Jewelers Ass'n, Amer, Nat'l) Sculpture Society, National (1895), 115 East 40th Rifle Association of America, Nat'l (1871), 1600 St., N. Y. City; abt. 300; Corr. Sec., Mrs. MargaRhode Island Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C.;
ret French Cresson. 125,000; Sec., C. B. Lister.
Seamen's Church Institute of N. Y. (1834), 25 South Road Builders Ass'n, American (1902), 1319 F St.. St., N. Y. City: Dir., Rey, Harold H. Kelley.
N.W., Washington, D, C.; 5,000; Engineer-Dir., Seamen's Friend Society, American (1828), 550 Charles M. Upham.
West 20th St, N. Y. City: Sec., R. H. Lee Martin. Rocket Society, American (1930), 1 East 42d St., Security League, National (1914), 45 West 45th St.,
N. Y. City; approx. 300; Sec., Lovell Lawrence. N. Y. City: 4,000; Sec., John W. Tiedemann,
West St., N. Y. City: 58; Sec., C. C. Knerr.
(1937), 5795 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich.; 517; Ave., N. Y. C.; 6,300: Vice-Pres., L. E. Langston.. Sec. - Treas., Fred A. Martin.
Sixth Avenue Association (1922), 570 Sixth Ave., Roosevelt Memorial Association (1919), 28 East 20th N. Y. City; 1,000; Sec., D. S. Macdonald. St., N. Y. City: Sec., Hermann Hagedorn.
Ski Association of America, Nat'l (1904), MemomRose Society, American (1899); abt. 3,500; Sec., R. onie, Wisc.; 275 clubs; Sec., Lloyd Ellingson. Marion Hatton, Box 687, Harrisburg. Penn.
Soap and Glycerine Producers, Ass'n of American Rosicrucian Order (AMORC) (Ancient. Mystical
(1926), 381 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City: 126: Man.. Order Rogae Crucis) (1915 in the U. S.): Rosi
Roscoe C. Edlund. crucian Park, San Jose, Calif., 35,000; Sec., Cecil
Social Hygiene Ass'n, American (1914), 1790
Broadway, N. Y. City: 10.000; Exec. Dir.. Dr. A. Poole.
Walter Clarke. Rosicrucians, Society of (Societas Rosecrucians in
Social Sciences, Nat'l Institute of (1899), 271 MadiAmerica) (1909), See House, 321 West 101st St..
son Ave., N. Y. City: 590; Sec., Miss Rosina N. Y. City; Sec. Gen., G. E. S. Miller.
Hahn. Rotary International (1910), 35 E. Wacker Drive,
Social Security, American Ass'n for (1927). 22 East Chicago, Ill; 5,000 clubs, 200,000 members; Sec.,
17th St., N. Y. City; abt. 4,000: Sec. Abraham Chesley R. Perry.
Epstein Rough Riders, American (1937); 400; Sec., Robert Social Work, Nat'l Conference of (1873), 82 No. Petross. 42-22 189th St., Flushing. N. Y.
High St., Columbus, Ohio: 7,716: Gen. Sec.. Round Table International (Loyal Knights of the Howard R, Knight.
Round Table) (1922). 171 Shirley Savoy Hotel, Social Workers, Amer. Ass'n of (1921), 130 East Denver, Colo.; 1,150; Sec., James Landrum.
22nd St., N. Y. City: 11,181; Exec. Sec., Walter Rowing Association, Intercollegiate (1895), Colum- West.
bia, Cornell, Navy, Pennsylvania, Syracuse: Sec.- Society of the Cincinnati (1783), 2118 MassaTreas., Asa S. Bushnell, Central Office for East- chusetts Ave., Washington, D. C.: 1,580: Sec.. ern Intercollegiate Athletics, Biltmore Hotel, N. Francis A. Foster, Vineyard Haven, Mass. Y. City.
Sociological Society, American (1905): 1,034; Pres.. Royal Arcanum, Sup. Council (1877), 407 Shawmut Stuart A. Queen. Washington Univ., St. Louis,
Ave., Boston, Mass.: 60.000 Sec., Herbert F. Mo.: Sec., Haroid A. Phelps, Univ. of PittsHotchkiss, Box E., Station A. Boston, Mass. burgh, Pa.
Sojourners, National (1918), 135 Glenbrook Rd., Safety Council, National (1913), 20 No Wacker Bethesda, Md.; 9,560; Nat'l Sec., Lt. Col. George
F. Unmacht. Drive, Chicago, Ill.; 5,200; Man. Dir. and Sec., W.
Sons of the American Legion--(see H. Cameron.
American St. Andrew's Society of the State of N. Y. (1756). Legion, Sons of).
Sons of the American Revolution, Empire State 105 East 22nd St., N. Y City: 850: Rec. Sec.,
Society (1890). Hotel Plaza, Fifth Ave. at 59th Robert Graham.
St., N. Y. City: abt. 2,200: Sec., Major Chas. A. St. David's Society of the State of N. Y. (1835).
DuBois. 289 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City; 420: Sec., T, M.
Sons of the American Revolution, Nat'l Society Jenkins.
(1889), 1227-16th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.; St. George's Society of New York (1770), 15 Moore
15,000; Sec.. Frank B. Steele. St., N, Y. City: 570; Sec., G. N. B. Watkins.
Sons of the American Revolution, N. Y. Chapter Samaritans, Ancient, Mystic Order of (1901). 207
(1918), Hotel Plaza, Fifth Ave. at 59th Si., N. Tenth St. Niagara Falls, N. Y.; 6,500: Sec., Ralph
Y. City; abt. 1.100: Sec., Major Chas, A. DuBois. A. Irish, Apt. 2, as above.
Sons of Confederate Veterans (1896). Law Bldg.. Save the Children Federation (1932), Metropolitan Richmond, Va.; 30,000; Adjt.-in-Chief, Walter L. Tower, 1 Madison Ave., N. Y. City: Sec., George
Hopkins W. Briggs.
Sons of Italy, Grand Lodge (1911), 231 East 14th Save-the-Redwoods League (1918), 114 Sansome St., N. Y. City; 16,000; Sec., Luigi Campione. St., San Francisco, Calif.; 6,000; Sec.. Aubrey Sons of Poland, Ass'n of the (1903), 665 Newark Drury.
Ave., Jersey City, N. J.; 16,000; Gen. Sec. AlexSavings Banks, Nat'l Ass'n of Mutual (1920), 60 ander Sudnik, Jr.
East 42d St., N. Y. City; 505; Exec. Sec., John Sons of the Republic of Texas (1922), 2314 Morse W. Sandstedt.
St., Houston, Texas; 400Sec., Houston Wade. Savings and Loan League, U. S. (1893), 221 No. Sons of the Revolution, Gen. Soc. (1876), in 29 States and Dist. of Columbia; 10,000; Gen. Television Engineers-(see Engineers Institute). Sec., Hoyt Garrod Post, 4 Linwood Pi., White Television Society, Hollywood (1936), Gower St., Plains, N. Y.
Hollywood, Calif.: 100; Pres., George H. Seward. Sons of the Revolution in the State of N. Y. (1876); Temperance Education Foundation, American
Fraunces Tavern, 54 Pearl St., N. Y. City: 2,074; (1933), R. C. Gross Bldg., Berwyn, Ill.: Exec. Sec., Chester H. Stevens.
Sec., Fred Cross. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (1881).
Templary of Honor and Temperance (1845), 37 Colonial Trust Bldg., Reading, Pa.; 50,000; Sec..
Liberty St., New Britain, Conn.; abt. 7,500; Sec.. H. H. Hammer.
John Sloan. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, N. Y.
Temple Sisterhoods, Nat'l Fed. of (1913). Mer
chants Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio; 55,000: Exec. Chapter (1883). 2225 Municipal Bldg., N. Y.
Dtr., Miss Jane Evans. City: 23.680; Sec., Capt. Julius Isaacs.
Theological Schools, American Ass'n of (1922), 101 Sons of Zlon, Order (1910). 220 Fifth Ave, N. Y.
Hodge Hall, Princeton. N. J.; 87: Exec. Sec.. City: 4,000; Sec., Herman Zvi Quittman.
Edward H. Roberts. Southern Education Foundation (see Education).
Theosophical Society in America (1875), Wheaton, Southern Society, New York (1886), 10 Rockefeller Ill.; 4,000; Nat'l Sec., Miss Etha Snodgrass, P.
Plaza, N. Y. City: 850; Sec., Harter F. Wright, 0. Drawer 419, as above.
N E., Washington, D, C.; 100.000; Quartermaster Catalina Blvd., Point Loma, Calif.; Sec. Gen..
Thirty-Fourth Street-Midtown Ass'n (1918). 47 Sponsors of the United States Navy, Society of West 34th St., N. Y. City; 100: Sec., Wm. G. (1909), Washington, D. C.; 300; Sec., Mrs. Stan- Kretch. ton R. Norman, R. F. D. No. 4, Alexandria, Textiles, Nat'l Federation of (1872), 15 West 37th Va.
St., N. Y. City: Sec., Miss Irene L. Blunt. Sports Clubs, Int'l Association (1930), 17 East 42nd Toastmasters International (1932), 516 First NaSt., R. F. No. 3, Alexandria, Va.
tional Bank Bldg., Santa Ana, Calif.; 4,500; Standards Association, American (1918), 29 West Sec., R. C. Smedley,
39th St., N, Y. City: 74 nat'l organizations with Tobacco Merchants Ass'n of. the U. S. (1915). 341 2,000 companies; Sec., P. G. Agnew.
Madison Ave., N, Y. City; 447; Man. Dir. Charles Stars and Bars, Order of the (1938). Law Bldg.. Dushkind.
Richmond, Va.; 500; Ass't Adjt. Gen., Walter L. Torch Clubs, Int'l Ass'n of (1924), 519 White Bldg.. Hopkins.
Buffalo, N. Y.; 2,500; Sec., Irving R. Templeton. State Founders' Society of America (1902). 920 Town Hall, The (1894, as The Leave for Political Midland Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio; Exec. Vice-Pres., Education), 123 West 43d St., N. Y, City; abt. Merrill G. Baker.
6.000: Sec., Miss Iva Nichols. State Governments, Council of (1933), 1313 East Tract Society, American (1825), 21 West 46th St.,
60th St., Chicago, Ill.; Exec. Dir., Frank Bane. N. Y. City; Exec. Sec., Dr. Edwin Noah Hardy. State Parks, Nat'l Conference on (1921), 901 Union Traffie Club of Baltimore (1913), 307 Lord Balti
Trust Bldg., Washington, D. C.; 500; Exec. Sec., more Hotel, Baltimore Md.; 766: Sec., James O. Harlean James.
Bromwell, P. O. Box 838, Baltimore, Md. Staten Island Civic League (1913), 7 Hayatt St., St. Traffic Club of New York (1906), Hotel Biltmore.
George, Staten Island; 75; Pres.. Wm. P. Lough. 333 Madison Ave., N. Y. City: 1,500; Sec., H. H. Statistical Association, American (1839), 1626 K
Goble. St., N, W., Washington, D. C.; 2,972; Sec., R.
Transit Association, American (1882), 292 Madison L. Funkhouser.
Ave., N. Y. City: 729; Man. Dir.. Charles Steamship Historical Society, American (1935), 48
Gordon: Gen, Sec., Guy C. Hecker. Custom House St, Providence, R. I.; Sec., Edwin Trapshooting Association, Amateur (1923), VanA. Plat, 12 Joyce St., Barrington, R. I.
dalia, Ohio: 11,000; Pres, Ray Loring, as above: Steel Founders Society of America (1902), 920 Mid
Sec., L. M. Krieg. land Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio, 170; Sec., Raymond
Travelers Aid Society (1907), 144 East 44th St., L. Collier.
N. Y. City; Gen. Dir., Miss Virginia M. Murray, Steuben Society of America (1919), 369 Lexington Travelers of America, Order of United Commercial Ave., N. Y, City: Sec., F. W. Mayer.
(1888), 632 No. Park St., Columbus, Ohio; 78.264: Stewardship Council, United (1920). Hillsdale Col- Sec., A. W. Franklin.
lege, Hillsdale, Mich., 76; Sec., Dr. Harry S. Tree Association, American, 1214 16th St., WashMyers.
ington, D. C.; address communications to the Stock Exchange, Chicago (1882), 120 So. La Salle secretary
St., Chicago, Ill.: 286; Sec., Walter R. Hawes. Trotting Association, National (1870), 525 Main
Trucking Associations, American (1933), 1424 16th tary Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions
St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; 50 State Associa
tions; Pres., Ted v. Rodgers, as above: Sec., (1888), 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City: 54.000: Gen. Chester G. Moore, 616 So. Michigan Ave., Sec., R. H. Edwin Espy.
Tuberculosis Ass'n, Nat'l (1904), 1790 Broadway, Jr., Rm. 808, as above.
N. Y. City; 1,932; Man. Dir., Dr. Kendall
Ernerson: Sec., Dr. Charles J. Hatfield
Turners, American (1850), 8735 E. Jefferson Ave., Sunday School Association (see Religious Educa
Detroit, Mich.: 19.033; Sec., Emil L. Pletz. tion, Int'l Council of).
Typothetae of America, United (1885), 719 15th St., Sunday School Association, World's (1889), 156 N.W., Washington, D. C.; Exec. Vice-Pres.,
Fifth Ave., N. Y. City: 37.825,519; Sec., Forrest Donald Rein.
First St., Pleasant Hill, Mo., Sec., A. J. Jones. 99 John St., N. _Y. City: 40 companies; 72 inSurgeons, Military-(see Military Surgeons).
dividuals; Sec.. Ernest G. Driver. Surgical Association, American (1879): 300; Sec.. Underwriters Ass'n of the City of N, Y., Life
Dr. Charles G. Mixter, 319 Longwood Ave., Bos- (1886), Hotel Pennsylvania, Seventh Ave. at 33d ton, Mass.
St., N. Y. City: 2,385; Sec., John M. Hughes. Suppression of Vice, N. Y. Society for the (1873).
Underwriters, Nat'l Board of Fire (1866), 85 John 215 West 22nd St., N. Y. City: 300; Sec., John
St., N. Y. City; 193 companies; Gen, Man., W. E. S. Sumner.
Mallalieu; Sec., Sumner Ballard. Surf Fishing Club, East End (1931), Riverhead, N.
Unitarian and Other Liberal Christian Women, Y.: 800; Sec., Everett A. Brown.
Gen, Alliance of (1890). 25 Beacon St., Boston, Surgeons, American College of (1913), 40 East Erie
Mass.; 21,211; Sec., Mrs. Roydon C. Leonard. St., Chicago, Ill.; 12,950: Sec., Dr. Frederic A.
Unitarian Laymen's League (1919), 25 Beacon St, Besley.
Boston, Mass.; 3.200, Sec., Richmond H. Sweet. Tammany, Society of, or Columbian Order (1786),
Unitarian Sunday School Ass'n (1827), 25 Beacon 100 East 17th St., N. Y. City: Grand Sachem,
St., Boston, Mass.; Exec. Sec.. Rev. Ernest W. Thomas Darlington: Sec., Edward J. McCullen.
Kuebler. Tax Association, National (1907), Library of Con- United American War Veterans of the U. S. (1918),
gress, Washington, D. C.; 1,300; Sec., R. E. Rm. 905 Ordway Bldg., 207 Market St., Newark, Manning
N. J.; Adjt. Gen., Edward Goerke. Teachers, American Federation of (1916), 506 So. United Hospital Fund of N. Y. (1879), 370 Lexing
Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.: 40,000: Exec. Sec., ton Ave., N. Y. City: 75 voluntary hospitals in Irvin R. Kuenzli.
N. Y. City: Sec., Matthias Plum.
United Amateur Press Ass'n (1895). Sec., Roy the U. S. (1905). 255 50th St., Pittsburgh, Pa.:
Erford, 515 Title Insurance Bldg, Seattle, Wash. 218; Sec., Mrs. Hugh Abercrombie, 541 North United Press Associations (1907). 220 East 42nd Avenue., Verona, Pa.
St., N. Y. City: Pres., Hugh Baillie; Sec., R. H. Women Voters, National League of (1920). 726 Fancher.
Jackson Pl., Washington, D. C.; Pres., Miss Universalist General Convention (1866), 16 Beacon
Marguerite M. Wells. St., Boston, Mass.; 51,556; Sec., Dr. John M. Women Voters, N. Y. League of (1920). 151 East Ratcliff.
50th St., N. Y. City: Exec. Sec., Rita H. Morris. University Extension Ass'n, Nat'l (1915): 54 insti- Women's Bar Association, N.Y. (1935): 170: Rec.
tutions; Sec., W. S. Bittner, Indiana University Sec., Isable Joffe, 551 Fifth St., N, Y. City. Extension Division, Bloomington, Ind.
Women's Clubs, General Federation of (1890), 1734 University Professors, American Ass'n of (1915), N St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; abt. 2.000.000; 1155 16th St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; abt.
Pres., Mrs. John L. Whitehurst. 16.000; Gen. Sec., Ralph E. Himstead.
Women's Clubs, Nat'l Fed. of Business and ProUniversity Women, American Ass'n of (1882), 1634 fessional (1919), 1819 Broadway. N. Y. City: I St, N.W., Washington, D. C.; 71,461; Gen. Dir.,
75,000; Exec. Sec., Louise Franklin Bache. Dr. Kathryn McHale; Sec., Miss Mary H. Smith,
Women's Educational and Industrial Union (1877). Uptown Chamber of Commerce--(see Chamber of
264 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.; 3,054; Sec.. Commerce, Uptown).
Miss Mary H. Tolman, Urban League of N. Y. (1910), 202-6 West 136th
Women's International League for Peace and FreeSt., N. Y, City: 5,000; Exec. Dir., James H. dom, U. S. Section (1915), 1734 F St., N.W., Hubert; Sec., Mrs. Bessye Bearden.
Washington, D. C.; Nat'l Sec., Miss Dorothy Veterans Association-(see Regular Veterans).
Detzer. Veterans Association, American (1932), 271 Madi
Women's Medical Ass'n of N. Y. City (1900), c/o son Ave., N. Y. City: 13,000; Sec., Roger B.
N. Y. Academy of Medicine, 2 East 1032 st., Emmons.
N. Y. City: 225; Sec., Dr. Adelaide Romaine. Veterans of All Wars, Allied American (1922), Rm.
Women's National Republican Club (1921), 3 West 612, 127 No. Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill.; Adjt..
51st St., N. Y. City; abt. 4,000; Rec. Sec., Mrs. George S. Geis. 8013 Cottage Grove Ave.,
Guy W. Renyx. Chicago, Ill.
Women's Trade Union League (1903), 247 LexingVeterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. (1899),
ton Ave., N. Y. City: 100,000Sec., Miss Cara Broadway at 34th St., Kansas City, Mo., 250,000
Cook. Adjt. Gen., R. B. Handy, Jr.
Women's Trade Union League of America, Nat'l Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. s., Ladies
(1903), 317 Machinists Bldg.. Washington, D. C.; Auxiliary to the (1914). Broadway at 34th St..
Sec.-Treas., Elisabeth Christman. Kansas City, Mo.; abt. 100,000: Nat'l Sec.- Treas..
Woodmen of America, Modern (1883). 1504 Third Mrs. Grace H. Davis.
Ave., Rock Island, 111.; 419,474; Sec., J. G, Ray. Veterans of the U. S.--(see United American War
Woodmen Circle, Supreme Forest (1891), 33rd and Veterans).
Farnam Sts., Omaha, Nebr.; 132,292; Nat'l Sec.. Veterans Womans Association(see Regular Vet
Mrs. Mamie E. Long. erans, Womans).
Woodmen of the World (1890), 1447 Tremont Place, Veterinary Medical Ass'n, American (1863), 600 So.
Denver, Colo.: 42,893 all classes: Sec., Albert
Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society Vocational Ass'n, American (1925), 1010 Vermont
(1890), Insurance Bldg., Omaha, Nebr.; 346.827: Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C.; 25,418; Exec.
Sec., Farrar Newberry. Sec., L. H. Dennis,
Woodrow Wilson Foundation (1922), 8 West 40th Walt Whitman Society of America (1936), 377
St., N. Y. City: Exec. Sec., Agnes F. Heaney. Anchor Ave., Oceanside, L. I., N. Y.; 3,671;
Wool Manufacturers, Nat'l Ass'n of (1864): abt. Exec. Chmn., Fred R. Jones.
450: Pres.. Arthur Besse, 386 Fourth Ave., N. Y. Walter Scott Foundation (see Crippled children).
City: Sec., Walter Humphreys, 80 Federal St..
BO Mass. Walther League, International (1893). 6438
World Alliance of International Friendship -- (see Eggleston Ave., Chicago, Ill.; abt. 100,000: Exec.
Churches). Sec., Otto Theiss,
World Calendar Association (1930), International War of 1812, General Society of the (1814), 27 West
Bldg., 630 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City: 11.500: Pres.. 44th St., N. Y. City: 600; Sec. Gen., Milo
Miss Elizabeth Achelis; Sec., Miss Harriet A. Frederick McAlpin.
Lillie. War Mothers, American (1917), Nat'l charter by
World Peace Foundation (1910), 40 Mt. Vernon Act of Congress, 1925); 9.000; Sec., Florence A. Latham, 2006 Columbus Rd., Washington, D. C.
St., Boston, Mass.; Dir., S. Shepard Jones,
World's Sunday School Assin-(see Sunday School). War, Nat'l Council for Prevention of (1921), 532
Young Judea, National (1909). 111 Fifth Ave.. 17th St., N.W., Washington, D. C.: Exec. Sec.. Frederick J. Libby.
N. Y. City: 21,500; Exec. Dir., Dr. Aaron Kessler. Waterways Ass'n, N. Y. State (1909), 240 State St.,
Young Men's Christian Associations, Nat'l Council Albany, N. Y.; Sec., Warner Bates.
of (1844, in London; 1851, in U. S.); 347 Madison Weights and Measures, American Institute of
Ave., N. Y. City: 2,493.756; Gen. Sec., Eugene
E. Barnett. (1916), 33 Rector St.. N. Y. City: Sec., Miss
Young Men's Hebrew Ass'n (1874), 92nd St. and Hortense Hanks. West End Association (1884), 225 Broadway, N. Y.
Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: 6,500; Exec. Dir.,
Jack Nadel. City: 200; Pres., Henry D. Williams.
Youth Patrol, National (1938), National Patrol West Side Ass'n of Commerce (1925). 330 West 42d
Home, Florence, Ore.; 52.000; Nat'l Sec., Mae St., N. Y. City: 1.000; Man. Dir., James W.
E. Westran, Danahy.
Young People's Christian Union of the Universalist Westchester County Children's Association (1914).
Church (name changed to Youth Fellowship. 8 Church St., White Plains, N. Y.; 4.000; Sec.
Universalist). and Exec. Dir., Mrs. Edith J. Mitchell.
Young People's Religious Union (1896), 25 Beacon Wholesale Druggists (see Druggists Ass'n, Nat'l).
St., Boston, Mass.: 7.000; Exec. Sec., Elizabeth Wholesale Dry Goods Institute (see Dry Goods Hunter. Institute).
Young Women's Christian Associations of the U. S. Wildlife Institute, American (1935), 822 Invest
of A., Nat'l Organization (1906), 600 Lexington ment Bldg., Washington, D. C.; Sec., J. Paul
Ave., N. Y. City: 530,000; Sec., Nat'l Board. Mrs, Miller.
William Crawford White. Woman Geographers, Society of (1925), 232 Barr
Young Women's Hebrew Association (1902). 31 West Bldg., Washington, D. C.; 300; Sec., Mrs. Benita 110th St., N. Y. City: 3,000; Exec. Dir., Mrs. Ray S. Harris.
F. Schwartz; Sec., Mrs. Benjamin Marshall, Woman's Association, Amer. (1912), 353 West 57th Youth Fellowship, Universalist (1889), 16 Beacon St., N. Y. City; 3,000; Sec., Miss Thalia Newton
St.. Boston, Mass.; 3,500; Sec., Dorothy E. Brown.
Petersen, 97 Gould St., Wakefield, Mass. Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Nat'l
Zionist Organization of America (1897). 1720 16th (1874), 1730 Chicago Ave., Evanston, Ill.: 500,000: St., N.W., Washington, D. c.; 160,000; Sec., Sec., Mrs. Anna Marden DeYo.
Rabbi Isadore Breslau. Woman's Home Missionary Society-(see Methodist Zonta International (1919), 59 East Van Buren Episcopal Church).
St., Chicago, Ill.; 4.300: Sec., Miss Harriet C. Woman's Roosevelt Memorial Association (1919). Richards.
28 East 20th St., N. Y. City: 750; Sec.. Mrs. Zoologists, American Society of (1890); abt. 825 Randolph E. Chandler.
Sec., Dr. E. G. Butler, Princeton University. Women of the Army and Navy Legion of Valor of Princeton, N. J.
Abbreviations in Common Use
D. F. c. Distinguished Flying Cross
(Dei Gratia), by the grace of God A. B.
Bachelor of Arts; able-bodied seaman Ditto, do. The same A. B. C. F. M. American Board of Commissioners D.Litt.,D.Lit. Doctor of Literature for Foreign Missions
Doctor of Optometry; Doctor of
Deo Optimo Maximo (To God the
Best and Greatest) A. D. C. Aide-de-camp
D. O. S. Doctor of Optical Sciences ad lib, ad libitum (at discretion)
Doctor of Science
D. S. M.
Distinguished Service Medal A. F. of L. American Federation of Labor
D. S. 0. Distinguished Service Order A. I. A. American Institute of Architecture
d. S. p.
Died without issue A. I. M. E. American Institute of Mining En- 12mo.
Duodecimo (folded in 12) gineers
(L. Deo volente), God willing
(Eboracensis) of York (Abp's sig. world); Master of Arts
Ècclesiastical A. 0. H. Ancient Order of Hibernians
Doctor of Education
Master of Education A. Q. M. G. Assistant-Quartermaster-General E. E. & M. P. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister A. R. A. Associate of the Royal Academy
Plenipotentiary A. U. C. Anno urbis conditae (from the foun- e. 8.
(L. exempli gratia), for example dation of the city) (Rome)
Fahrenheit B. Arch. Bachelor of Architecture
F. A. A. R. Fellow of the American Academy in Bart., Bt. Baronet
Rome Batt., Batn. Battalion
F. A. G. S. Fellow of the American GeographiB. C. Before Christ; British Columbia
cal Society B. C. L. Bachelor of Civil Law
F. A. M. Free and Accepted Masons
F. B. A. Fellow of the British Academy
F. G. S. Fellow of the Geological Society B. Litt. Bachelor of Letters
Field - Marshal
Folio (a sheet of paper folded once) B. Mus. Bachelor of Music
f. o. b.
Free on board
Fraulein (Miss) (Ger.)
F. R. A. S. Fellow of the Royal Astronomical
F. R. C. P. Fellow of the Royal College of PhyB. T. U. British Thermal Unit
sicians B. V. M. • Blessed Virgin Mary
F. R. C. S. Fellow of the Royal College of Sur. Bvt. Brevet
geons C., Cent. Centigrade
F. R. G. S. Fellow of the Royal Geographical C. A. Chartet Accountant
Society Cantab. Of Cambridge University
F. R. S. Fellow of the Royal Society Cantuar. Of Canterbury (Abp's sig.)
F. S. A. Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries Capt. Captain
G. A. R. Grand Army of the Republic Cay. Cavalry
G. B. E. Knight or Dame Grand Cross Order C. B. Companion of the Bath
of the British Empire C. B. E.
Commander Order of the British G. C.,B. Knight Grand Cross of the Bath
G. C. I. E. Knight Grand Commander of the
Indian Empire ef. Compare
G. C. M. G. Knight Grand Cross of St. Michael C. G. Commissary General; Consul General
and St. George C. H.
Companion of Honour (Eng.): Court G. C. S. I. Knight Grand Commander of the
Star of India
G. C. V.O. Knight Grand Cross of Royal VicC. I. E. Companion of the Indian Empire
torian Order Cost, insurance and freight
G. H. Q.
G. P. 0. General Post Office
H. B. M. His Britannic Majesty
His Excellency; His Eminence Comdt. Commandant
His (or Her) Highness; His Holiness Com.-in-Chf. Commander-in-Chiet
H. I. H. His (or Her) Imperial Highness Comm. Commander
H. I. M. His (or Her) Imperial Majesty
I. M. S. His Majesty's Ship
Horse-power C. P. A. Certified Public Accountant
Headquarters C. S. B. Bachelor of Christian Science
H. R. H. His (lor Her) Royal Highness C. S. I.
Companion of the Star of India H. S. H. His (or Her) Serene Highness C. SS. R. Congregation of the Most Holy Re- Ib., Ibid. Ibidem (in the same place) deemer (Redemptorist Order)
Id est (that is) C. V. 0. Commander Royal Victorian Order ign.
Ignotus (unknown) cwt. Hundredweight
I. H. S. Jesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus the D. A. R. Daughters of the American Revo
Savior of Men), more correctly lution
IHS, the first three letters in the D., Dem. Democratic
name of Jesus in Greek D. B. E. Dame Commander Order of the
Incognito (in secret)
I. N. S. International News Service
Inspector D. C. T. Doctor of Christian Theology
I. 0. G. T. International Order of Good TemD. D. S. Doctor of Dental Surgery
plars deg. Degree
I. 0. 0. F. Independent Order of Oddfellows del. (L. delineavit) he drew
I owe you dele. (L. deleatur) delete
Ital., Jt. Italian
e. i. 1.