|You remember other Christmas tides-chill mud, bitter sleet, deadening snow, grey homesickness, and the end seemingly brought no nearer by passing days, yet withal, hearts' warmth of companionship and the glow of service with true comrades. Blessed are those unforgettable Noëls of 1915, 1916, and 1917.|
|"Voilà! Voilà! You have said
To the war-worn fields of France,
Are returned with pride to your own fireside,
Where is warmth and love and romance.
But ere you bow to the Season's toast
Whisper a prayer for a lonely ghost
Doomed to remain at his soldier's post
Far afield in France."
The Association wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. It would like to give you a larger and more imposing bulletin as a Christmas present, and it would, if only the funds were available. However, this may serve as a reminder to you of a cheery Christmas with blue-coated "copains" in some bleak, war-ridden village of France. Perhaps you shared your "confiture" with the "brancardiers" at a "poste," perhaps you helped decorate a Christmas tree for the children of your village, perhaps you took part in a vaudeville in the cantonment. It may have been cold, but in any case you were warmed by the "bon vin de France." You drained your "quart" to the health of those at home, to the "soldats de France," "à la victoire," "à la tienne, mon vieux!" You enjoyed Noël there in spite of everything. And now, home again with the whole family about you, in you gladness at being where you are, you lift your glasses (at least we hope you can) "au bons souvenirs des belles fêtes d'autrefois."
The Association is going strong, but growing in numbers slowly. Since its inauguration last May there have joined to date something over 700 men out of a possible 2460. In addition we have as honorary members about 188 fathers and mothers of men who died in the Service and some 35 French officers who were connected with the Service during the war.
We think that all of the men want to join and intend to send in applications, but human nature has its peculiarities and one of them is procrastination. We do not wish you to be anything but human, but would suggest that you show a different human characteristic for a moment, that of obeying an impulse. Send your check for $5 to the treasurer, William H. Wallace, Jr., 20 West 40th St., New York. Do it now.
As time goes on your work in the A, F. S. will increase in importance to yourself, and you will hark back to the memories of the good old days, you will tell with pride that you were a volunteer ahead of the draft, and say that you thought from the beginning we should enter the war, and showed your disapproval of the hesitation of the powers that were, by going into it early. As years pass, the Association will mean more and more to you. It will be your one tie to the good old days and as the veterans of the Civil War hold together in the G. A. R., so shall we have a great deal of feeling for the Association, and its meetings and publications will mean a great deal to its. Let's hold it together, and build it up, strong from the beginning!
There will be a special meeting of the Association on Jan. 28, 1921, at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, at 8 P. M., for the purpose of incorporating the Association. All members of the Association are asked to be present.
It is necessary to incorporate since otherwise such an association cannot open a bank account or properly conduct its financial affairs under the laws of the State of New York. Furthermore, without incorporation, every officer is liable for all the obligations of the Association. This meeting is in no sense a reunion, but a mere formality to meet the requirements of incorporation.
J. R. GREENWOOD, President.
The Executive Committee has decided that the Annual Reunion of the Association will be held in New York City during the last week of April, or the first half of May. It will be similar to last year's reunion, starting Friday and lasting until Sunday, with a show, an annual meeting, section lunches, grand banquet, memorial services, and perhaps an outing or field day in the country. We want it to be as great a success as last year. There will be another special bulletin issued before the reunion with full details. PLAN 'TO COME.
It is hoped that Field Service men in other parts of the country will follow the example of the Far West, New England, New York, and Paris, in organizing branch associations to co-operate with the central Association in its purpose to perpetuate the ideals of the old Service., The officers of the central Association will be only too glad to give all possible assistance to any man, or group of men, who wish to organize the members of the Service in their section of the country, and to select a Chairman, Secretary, and Fellowship Committee to work with the central committees. Mr. Austin B. Mason, Secretary of the Association, will furnish, from the Boston Office at 50 State Street, the names and addresses of Field Service men in any particular section of the country, and will advise what the branch associations already formed are accomplishing and planning in the way of reunions, entertainment of visiting Frenchmen, and the securing of endowments for the one hundred and twenty-six Fellowships in memory of the Field Service men who died in the war.
1. A three day Field Service reunion in New York (May 7-9), attended by 600 members, honored by the presence of the French Ambassador, the former American Ambassador to France and other distinguished personages, and by cabled messages from Viviani, Poincaré, Deschanel, Clemenceau and other leaders of France.
2. The organization of the American Field Service Association, with a membership covering the whole United States.
3. The creation of the American Field Service Fellowships for French Universities, and the sending to France for study during the coming year of thirty American Field Service fellows.
4. The organization of a Paris Field Service Committee with headquarters at 224 rue de Rivoli (and the use of an apartment at that address, generously donated by Elliott F. Shepard).
5. The publication of the "History of the American Field Service in France" in three distinguished volumes (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston.)
6. Preparation for the press of a Field Service memorial volume to contain personal sketches and pictures of each of the 126 Field Service men who died in the war.
7. A T.M.U. Reunion in Boston in April, attended by 70 men.
8. The organization of a Far Western Branch of the Field Service in California.
9. A Far Western Field Service reunion in San Francisco (Nov. 12-14). attended by 200 members.
10. The organization of a New England Branch of the Field Service with headquarters in Boston.
11. A Field Service banquet in honor of General Nivelle in Boston (Dec. 3), attended by 150 members.
12. The issue of two Field Service Bulletins of more than sixty pages each---(not to speak of this Bulletin), and a monthly page in the periodical "La France."
13. A Field Service office maintained in Boston at 50 State Street.
14. Field Service Section reunions in New York, Philadelphia, Marietta, San Francisco, Boston.
15. Institution of an organized effort to secure permanent endowments for each of the 126 Field Service comrades who gave their lives in the Great Cause.
16. Reunion, Paris, Dec. 20.
17. Banquet for General Nivelle, San Francisco, Dec. 21.
Nothing better shows the wide interest in the Field Service Association than that within a month reunions were held in New York, in Massachusetts, and in California. The occasion for the New England gathering was the visit of General Nivelle, and the other two were in commemoration of Armistice Day. All three were exceptionally successful, and the enthusiasm and interest shown proved in itself how worth while and generally desired our organization is.
The first annual reunion of the Far-Western section of the A. F. S. Association was held in San Francisco during the week of Armistice Day, 1920, and was from every point of view "un grand succès." Approximately two hundred of the Far-Western members were present. It was clearly demonstrated that wherever two or more Field Service men get together there is a communion of interests and of experiences and a bond of "bonne camaraderie" which makes for immediate friendship among men who may never before have met.
The Reunion started on Friday evening, Nov. 12, with a short business meeting in the rooms of the San Francisco Press Club. At that time the Western Branch of the Association was formally organized and a constitution for its internal government adopted, which followed with a few slight changes the form of the Constitution of the parent organization. Richard Ashe McLaren of T.M.U. 133, a graduate of the University of California, who served subsequently as a lieutenant in the Field Artillery, was elected President. For Vice President was chosen Walter J. Gores, Leland Stanford graduate, who had been Sous-Chef of Section Seventy and in the U. S. A. A. S. was Lieutenant commanding Section 636. John B. Whitton, who became an aspirant in French Artillery after serving in T.M. 133, a U. of C. man, became Secretary. Another California man was selected for Treasurer, Edward G. VanD. Bangs, former Chef of T.M.U. Sections 133 and 159, and later a lieutenant in the U. S. Motor Transport Corps.
Following the business meeting there was a smoker with motion pictures of the Field Service in France and a humorous sketch, which brought back fond memories of the good days of work and play among the French. In a few short hours every man with the fund of common remembrance which is the heritage of all Field Service men, lived over those olden times and for that brief time was transported again to the land of long, straight, tree-lined roads and uniforms of horizon-blue.
Next day a large reuniting party went by automobile to the Stanford Campus and witnessed the classic football game between the Freshmen teams of California and Stanford. Saturday night was set for the feast, and a horde of Service men gathered at Marquard's for the banquet. There was more than a suggestion of ancient gayer days and never once did the spirit of the assemblage flag. Dr. Charles Mills Gayley officiated as toastmaster, and Professor E. D. Adams of Leland Stanford, and M. Coppinger, the French Consul, were the special speakers. Kenneth Monteagle's reading of some humorous selections from the History was the particular hit of the evening. Dr. Gayley spoke enthusiastically of the Fellowships plan, calling it the most constructive and appropriate war memorial yet conceived, for the Fellowships perpetuate the memory of those who died through the living American and French youth for all time to come. A committee was elected to carry forward the Fellowships idea in commemoration of the California men. The committee includes Messrs. W. H. Crocker, J. B. Miller, F. F. Peabody, W. B. Bourn and C. M. Cayley.
From New York came this telegram of greetings:
"The Executive Committee of the American Field Service Association in session in New York recalling immortal hours in France which we have shared together, sends greetings to the comrades assembled in San Francisco and wishes for this reunion great and enduring success.
Greenwood, Dudgeon, MacDougall, Barrett, Wallace, Mason, Dodge, Bigelow, Galatti, Andrews."
Sunday morning Bishop Nichols of the Episcopal Diocese conducted a very impressive Memorial Service in Grace Cathedral. Tribute was paid not alone to the honored dead of the Field Service, but to the Field Service itself because of America's debt to it, as "the greatest single factor in the crystalizing of sentiment in this country for our entry into the war, and the consequent saving of the 'Soul of America."
A reunion dinner of veteran members of the American Field Service was held in Boston at the Algonquin Club, on Dec. 3, a fortnight after the California gathering. It was arranged not only as a "get together" for the old camionneurs and ambulanciers, but also, and especially, to honor General Georges Robert Nivelle during his visit in Boston. The General was met at the station upon his arrival early in the morning by a committee of A. F. S. men, consisting of A. Piatt Andrew, Richard C. Lawrence and Austin B. Mason, who accompanied him to the Copley Plaza where Consul Flamand gave a breakfast to the party.
In the evening, before the dinner, a business meeting was called to form a New England Committee of the Field Service Association, and the following men were elected to carry on the activities of the organization in the local district: Richard C. Lawrence, Chairman; Mayo A. Darling, Secretary and "La France" Correspondent; William DeF. Bigelow, Manager of Fellowship Campaign.
The large dining room of the Algonquin Club was arranged for the dinner which followed the meeting, but proved too small for the enthusiastic crowd which turned out, and the overflow had to be cared for in rooms opening off the main one. The hail was decorated with French and American flags, the A. F. S. service banner, and the fanions of all the sections. Mr. Robert Winson, Jr.'s band added greatly to the festive air of the occasion, he having very kindly volunteered to supply the music. With Mr. Durant Rice at the piano they played French airs and popular tunes throughout the dinner. At the head table were: Mr. Lawrence as toastmaster, Vice Admiral H. P. Jones and Rear Admiral Robeson, representing the Northeastern Naval District; Brigadier General Ruckman as Commander of the Northeastern Department; William Roscoe Thayer, who called himself, in his gracefully amusing and a-propos talk, "a mosquito buzzing about the head of Boston," in an attempt to arouse it to activity, in the early months of the war; Dr. Alfred E. Stearns of Phillips Andover, who did so much to aid in the sending abroad of an Andover unit; Lieutenant Oliveau, formerly one of the heads of the French automobile school at Meaux; Mr. Andrew, Mr. Galatti, President Greenwood of the Association; Mr. Wallace, its Treasurer; Mr. Mason, the Secretary; Mr. Mayo A. Darling, who was Chairman of the Reunion Committee, and Mr. Donald Pitkin and Mr. Bigelow, of the committee.
At the beginning of the dinner, upon the suggestion of Mr. Lawrence, everyone stood for one minute in silent tribute to the Field Service men who died in the war. A telegram from the Far Western or California Branch was read, which said, "We salute General Nivelle, and send cordial greetings to all," and gave at once that satisfying feeling, which united the far scattered sections in France, of being linked by a far reaching organization.
There were some 150 members of the A. F. S. present, and as honorary members the fathers of several of our number who died in the war: Mr. Bailey, who came all the way from New Jersey, Mr. Dix, and Mr. Hill. At the close of the banquet, after all had joined in singing a memory-reviving "Madelon," Mr. Greenwood spoke upon the aims of the Association and its possibilities. He was followed by M. Pierre Lepaulle, who spoke most admirably as a holder of one of the Field Service Fellowships, of which there are at present thirty. M. Lepaulle was sent from France to Harvard for study. Dr. Stearns told of the days when he urged his Andover boys to join the Service, and they were aroused to form an entire transport section. Mr. Andrew came next with reminiscences of the old days and haunts in France.
At this time General Nivelle arrived, accompanied by M. Flamand, the French Consul, Colonel Azan, General Parker of the State Guard, and Captain Estes of the Northeastern Department of the Regular Army. Colonel Azan spoke from the heart, saying that "the breeze which carried Americans to France came first from Massachusetts and the Headquarters of the American Field Service," which last he said was "a symbol to France." After Mr. Thayer had spoken, General Nivelle, who had been greeted with a great burst of applause as he entered the room to the accompaniment of the Marseillaise, talked to his "chers camarades" in French, recalling how he had seen the Field Service cars in the midst of his battles to recover the Forts of Vaux and Douaumont, and expressing the belief that it would be as easy to divide France in two parts as to separate America from France.
Amos Francis Breed, S.S.U. 8, of Brookline, Mass., and Miss Helen Wallace Collins of Dayton, Ohio.
Charles Russell Codman, 2nd, S.S.U. 3, of Boston, and Miss Theodore Larocque of New York.
Carlyle Huntington Holt, S.S.U. 2, of Brookline, Mass., and Miss Constance Lewis of Swampscott, Mass.
John Farwell Howe, T.M.U., 133, of Belmont, Mass., and Miss Jessie Lawrence Cordingley, of Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Lewis Elwood Moore, Paris Headquarters, of Boston, Mass., and Miss Celia Marsh Smith, of Dedham, Mass.
William Laird Orr, S.S.U. 28, of St. Johns, Newfoundland, and Miss Constance Ames, of Boston, Mass.
Henry Whiteley Patterson, T.M.U. 133, Wayland, Mass., and Miss Elizabeth Humphrey Nichols, Cambridge, Mass.
Ernest Van Rensselaer Stires, S.S.U. 65, of New York City, and Miss Louise Homer.
Sidney Sea Wheeler, T.M.U. 397, of Boston, Mass., and Miss Florence E. Kendall, of Amesbury, Mass.
Paul Abbott, T.M.U. 133, of New York City, and Miss Elise Everett of New York, at Church of the Transfiguration, Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, 1920.
Parker Kingsley Ellis, S.S.U. 9, of Cambridge, Mass., and Miss Mae F. O. Young, of Boston, Oct. 4, 1920.
Richard B. English, S.S.U. 29, of Washington, D. C., and Miss Janet Margaret Risheill, Alexandria, Virginia, at Alexandria, Sept. 2, 1920.
Alden Simonds Foss, T.M.U. 133, of North Andover, Mass., and Miss Dorothy Parker Tenney, Boston, Mass., at Central Church, Boston, Mass., Oct. 16, 1920.
Alfred Homer Jennings, T.M.U. 184, of Dallas, Texas, and Miss Elizabeth Wolfe, of Dallas, Texas.
George Marshal Jones, Jr., S.S.U. 9, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Miss Portia Isabel Rickman, at "Oakshade," Chester, Illinois, December 20, 1920.
Waldo Peirce, S.S.U. 3, of Bangor, Maine, and Miss Ivy Troutman, October, 1920.
Richard Benjamin Salinger, S.S.U. 71-32, Brookline, Mass., and Miss Dorothy M. Smart, of Montreal, Canada, at Erskine Presbyterian Church, Sept. 30, 1920.
Alfred Samuel Trude, Jr., Chicago Office and S.S.U. 632, of Chicago, and Miss Grace Adelyn Reyoulds, of Chicago, at Chicago, Nov. 24, 1920.
William Henry Clowes Walker, S.S.U. 2, of Hingham, Mass., and Miss Helen Frances Brewer, of Hingham, Mass., Oct. 9, 1920.
Richard Cunningham Ware, Sous-Chef, S.S.U. 4, of Milton, Mass., and Miss Marjory Cabot, of Milton, at Milton, June 8, 1920.
Roger Wheeler, S.S.U. 64, of Newtonville, Mass., and Miss Marion Weld Jewett, of Reading, Mass., at Reading, Dec. 1, 1920.
Son, Maurice Valentine Bruggeman, to Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. Bruggeman, Mallet Reserve, on June 26, 1920.
Son, John B. Crockford, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rodney Crockford, T.M.U. 397, on April 24, 1920.
Daughter, Dorothy Bross Eckley, to Mr and Mrs. Harold J. Eckley, S.S.U. 26, Oct. 5, 1920.
Daughter, Audrey MacDougall Emery, to Mr. and Mrs. Leland H. Emery, T.M.U. 526, Nov. 3, 1920.
Son, Martin Miller, Jr., to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller, S.S.U. 66, Nov. 22, 1920.
Daughter, Lorraine Smith, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith, S.S.U. 8, Sept. 7, 1920.
Clarence B. Denny, S.S.U. 13, of Boston, Mass., Nov. 26, 1920.
Kent D. Hagler, S.S.U. 31, of Springfield, Ill., in Paris, France, Oct. 31, 1920. He had been studying advanced chemical engineering at the Sorbonne.
Henry Trowbridge, T.M.U. 133, of Washington, Conn.
Following is a List, Alphabetically Arranged, of all A. F. S. Men Who have joined the Association; (See also Supplementary List at the end.)
Abbott, Paul, 115 East 79th St., New York City.
Adams, Charles W. Jr., 396 Harvard St., Cambridge, Mass.
Adams, Elbridge, 2nd, Williamstown, Mass.
Agar, William, Gradnak School, Princeton, N. J.
Agramonte, Jules, 11 East 68th St., New York City.
Alkire, Arthur D., 39 4th Ave., E. Orange, N. J.
Ames, Lawrence C., 300 Highland St. W. Newton. Mass.
Arnick, George E., Scipio, Indiana.
Anderson, Charles W., Jr., 334 North Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J.
Andrew, A Piatt, Jr., Gloucester, Mass.
Andrews, Charles P., 1209 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md.
Appleton, William C., Jr., 75 Madison St., New Bedford, Mass.
Arthur, Frank T., 30 Kirk Place, Badin, N. C.
Ashkins, Nathan T., 365 Market St., San Francisco, Calif.
Ashmore, Sidney B., 157 78th St., New York City.
Ashton, Charles M. Jr., 5027 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Atwater, John J., I Broadway, New York City.
Atwater, Richard M. 3rd, Shiatoak, Okla.
Bailey, Samuel P., Cox & Co., 33 rue du 4th Septembre, Paris, France.
Baird, Edgar Wright, Jr., care of George H. McFadden & Bro., Savannah, Ga.
Baker, Ingham C., 6 Cornell St., Springfield, Mass.
Baldwin, Fredrus L., 605 West 156th St., New York City.
Baldwin, John C., Garden City, Long Island, N. Y.
Ball, Charles A., 484 Elden Lane, Winnetka, Ill.
Ballou, Paul H.. Chester, Vt.
Bancroft, Herbert E., 30 Kilsyth Rd., Brookline, Mass.
Barker, Arthur L., 2161 Sunnyside Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Barnum, Phelps, 64 Park Ave., New York City.
Barrett, Ralph N., Lycoming Rubber Co., Williamsport, Pa.
Bartlett, Augustus G., Evans School, Mesa, Ariz.
Baum, George L., 34 West Church St., Bethlehem, Pa,
Bayly, Charles E., Jr., 33 Holden St., Minneapolis, Minn.
Beatty, Francis J., care of Cooper & Griffin Co., Charlotte, N. C.
Beauvais, Octave P., 7 Ringgold St., Boston, Mass.
Bell, John T., 507 W. Mahoning St., Punxsutawney, Pa.
Bennett, Arthur J., Fairfield, Conn.
Best, Tharratt G., Empire Gas & Fuel Co., Bartlesvllle, Okla.
Bigelow, William D., 19 Milk St., Boston, Mass.
Birch, Stanley W., 56 Fairmont St., Belmont, Mass.
Birckhead, Malbone H., Haverford, Pa.
Bisbee, Frank D., 210 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
Bissell, Percy R., 3772 Salem St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Bixby, Joseph, Box 8, Waverly, Mass.
Black, Barron F., Southland Hotel, Norfolk, Va.
Black, John B., 112 Park Ave., Saranac Lake, N. Y.
Blake, Gilman D., 57 Longfellow Ct., Cambridge, Mass. .
Bleakley, George R., 536 N. Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y.
Bliss, Arthur L., Bliss Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Block, Maurice F., Paragould, Ark.
Bloom, Elmer J., 344 Moss Ave., Peoria, Ill.
Bloom, Frederick E., 344 Moss Ave., Peoria, Ill.
Blum, Walter, 395 Fourth Ave., New York City.
Boorde. John R., 812 East Penn St., Hoopeston, Ill.
Bosworth, Thomas S., 960 Madison Ave., New York City.
Bottomley. Howland W., care of Howland, Croft Sons & Co., Camden, N. J
Boulé. Leroy L.. 1725 Wilson Ave.. Chicago. Ill.
Bourland, Theodore P., 308 W. Grove St., Pontiac, Ill.
Bovey, William H., 39 Broadway, Hagerstown, Md.
Bowers, Charles D., 366 Union St., Springfield, Mass.
Bowes, David M., Bath, N. Y.
Bowie, Richard Henry B. Jr., 1710 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa,
Boyd, Charles P., Lansdowne, Pa.
Boyd, Frank H., 510 Standard Theatre Bldg., Cleveland, O.
Bradley, Lloyd P., Arizona Oil Co., 824 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco. Calif.
Brand, Henry N., 323 Oliver St., Toledo, O.
Bray, Robert C., 87 Lincoln St. Boston, Mass.
Breed, Amos F, 03 Ivy St., Brookline, Mass.
Bridgers, Robert R., 1306 Hiilsboro St., Raleigh, N. C.
Bright, Edward H., Jarvia St., Sandwich, Mass.
Brine, Arthur N., 37 Kingston St., Boston, Mass.
Bristol, William M. Jr., 281 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Brooks, Gaylord, Jr., 330 Courtland St., Baltimore, Md.
Brown, Frederick W., P. O. Box 584, Willard, Ohio.
Brown, Hugh F. Jr., 114 N. 7th St., St. Louis, Mo.
Brown, Joseph F., 254 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.
Brown, Linford E., 1301 Commonwealth Ave., Allston, Mass.
Brown, McClary H., Scottsviile, N. Y.
Browne, Alan S, 56 Lawrence Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass,
Bruggemann Lester G., 74 Pearl St., Boston, Mass.
Buel, Richard, 55 East 65th St., New York City.
Buell, Robert L., 56 Berkeley St., Rochester, N. Y.
Bundy, Mahlon C., 315 Columbia Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
Burke, Edmund, 378 Columbia Rd., Dorchester, Mass.
Burnside, Karl A., Orleans, Iowa.
Burrell, Roger A., care of Chalmers A Williams, Chicago, Ill.
Burton, Julian Y., 3 Eagle Gate Apts., Salt Lake City, Utah.
Burton, Van Duzer, 267 Fifth Ave., New York City.
Buswell, Leslie, Gloucester, Mass.
Butler, Freeman P., 85 Russell St., Waltham, Mass.
Byers, William B., 1123 S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Byrd, Edward R., Crystal City, Texas.
Cadman, Paul Fletcher, American University Union, 1 rue de Fleurus, Paris.
Caesar, Charles U., 50 Union Sq., New York City.
Cahill, Paul A., 107 Frank St., Akron, O.
Caldwell, Louis G., 130 5. East Ave., Oak Park, Ill.
Calloway, Charles H.; Homewood Apts., Baltimore, Md.
Cameron, William B., P. O. Box 217, University, Va.
Campbell, Dewey M., San Bernardino, Calif.
Campbell, Donald L., South Deerfield, Mass.
Carey, Arthur G., 50 Fayerweather St., Cambridge, Mass.
Carey, Charles E., care of Bartlett & Gordon, 70 West Monroe St., Chicago, Ill.
Carlisle, Averill D., Mesa, Ariz.
Carr, Walter D., 32 Arlington Rd., Wellesley, Mass.
Cary, Donald B., Calvert and 31st Sts., Baltimore, Md.
Case, Winthrop W., 39 E. Schiller St., Chicago, Ill.
Cassady, Thomas G., Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Cate. Philip T 30 Prcscott St Cambridge, Mass.
Cave, Harold S., 212 Brinkerhoff St., Moberly, Mo.
Chafee, John S., 5 Cook St., Providence, R. I.
Champlin, Walter B., 642 State St., Madison, Wis.
Chew, Oswald, Radnor, Pa.
Christian, Early B., 644 Herndon Ave., Shreveport, La.
Church, Wm. P., 137 Hicks St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clapp, John S., 21 Lasell St., Auburndale, Mass.
Clapp, Roger F., Y. M. C. A., Salem, Mass.
Clark, Carolus, 336 Mountain Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Clark, Harold R., Harriman, Tenn.
Clark, Irving M. 407 Burke Building, Seattle, Wash.
Clark, Robert D., 96 Virginia Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
Clark, Samuel A. Tela, Republic of Honduras, Central American.
Clark, Walter Leighton, Jr., Agawam Farms, Stockbridge, Mass.
Cleveland, Bruce, Ashland St., Worcester, Mass.
Clinch, Nicholas Bayard, Jr., 4600 Ellis Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Coan, Howard R., Williamstown, Mass.
Cogswell, George R., 18 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass.
Colemand, John H., Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Mich.
Coman, Francis D., 261 Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Conant, John E., Standardization Dept.,. Curtis Publishing Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Condell, George H., 32-6 Irving Park Building, Chicago, Ill.
Conklin, Frank R., Chrystie Studio, Hollywood, Calif.
Cook, Robinson, 903 Fidelity Bldg., Portland, Me.
Cooke, Joseph P., Jr., Taven St., Cambridge, Man.
Coombs, Whitney, 169 Main St., E. Orange, N. J.
Corry, William F., 26 Loomis St., Montpelier, Vt.
Craig, James W., 69 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass.
Craig, John R., Jr., 24 E. 8th St., New York City.
Crawford, Harold G., 146 S. Munn Ave., E. Orange, N. J.
Crawford, Warren, 2636 Lake View Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Crosby, Arthur U. St. Martins, Phila., Pa.
Cunningham, Alan, Jr., R.F.D. No. 2, Black Horse Farm, Media, Pa.
Cunningham, Robert A., 129 Jewett St., Newton, Mass.
Curtice Norman B., 11th and Dodge St., Omaha, Nebraska.
Curtin, Enos W., 647 Lexington Ave., New York City.
Curtis, John M., 414 W. 118th St., New York City.
Curtis, Roger A., 48 Warren Ave., Marlboro, Mass.
Dain, Thomas A., 1100 Orchard St., Peekskill, N. Y.
Dallin, Arthur M., 69 Oakland Ave., Arlington Heights, Mass.
Dalrymple. Horace E.. Millbury. Mass.
Daly, Frederick J., Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.
Davenport, William S., 6 Avenue de L'Opera, Paris, France,
Davies, Roland C., 72 Professors Row, Tufts College, Mass.
Davis, Harold H., 273 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.
Davis, Philip S., 50 Mt. Vernon St., Somerville, Mass.
Davis, Robert C., 1948 1st Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Davis, Russell, 156 Court St., Plymouth, Mass.
Dawes, William M., 411 Clark St., Evanston, Ill.
Dawson, John C., Jr., care of E. A. Russell, Lake Forest, Ill.
Day, Harold R., 550 Surf St., Chicago, Ill.
DeMaine. Harry. Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Ave., N. Y.
DeNeveu, Edward H., 42 Avenue Chevreuil, Asnieres, Seine, France.
Benney, Ellis H., Box 508, Beloit, Wis.
Depue, David A., 585 Prospect Ave. Newark, N. J.
Des Cognets, Russell, East Main and Forest Ave., Lexington, Ky.
d'Este, John N., 26 Canal St., Boston, Mass.
Develin, James A., Jr., 6052 Overbrook Ave., Philadelphia Pa.
Dexter, Julian S., care of T. W. Pierce, Topsfield, Mass.
Dick, Charles M., 2029 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C.
Diemer, Edward J. M., 51 East 63rd St., New York City.
Dillon, Wilfred, 57 Meader St., Saylisville, N. Y.
Dodge, Arthur D., Farmington, Conn.
Dodson, Rowland W., 3938 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis. Mo.
Dolan, Henry H., Chestnutwold Farm, Devon, Pa.
Dolan, Thomas 3rd, Chestnutwold Farm, Devon, Pa.
Donovan, Cecil V., Cazenovia, N. Y.
Donovan, Welton J., 78 Lawler St., Holyoke, Mass.
Dowd, Martin T., P.O. Box. 554 Monterey, Calif.
Dowley, Kenneth C.. 22 Downing St., Worcester, Mass.
Downing, Batchford, 520 E. Armour Blvd., Kansas City, Mo.
Drew, Edwin H., 37 Ivy St., Boston, Mass.
Dudgeon, Archibald, 969 Park Ave., New York City.
Dunham, Dows, Museum of Fine Arts, Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass.
Dunlap, Rex. W., Moline Ploro Co., Moline, Ill.
Dunn, Lambert L., 14 S. Goodman St., Rochester, N. Y.
Dunnell, Wm. W.. Jr., 4 W. Cedar St., Boston, Mass.
Eaton, Charles N., 49 Wedgemere Ave., Winchester, Mass.
Eckley, Harold J., 82 Chauncey Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y.
Edwards, Leonard B., 2117 Locust St., Phila., Pa.
Eldred, Burdette P., Jr., 1216 Bushnell St., Beloit, Wis.
Emanuelson, Elias L., 197 Townsend Ave., New Haven, Conn.
Etter, Benjamin F., Consolidated Steel Corp., 141 Broadway, N. Y.
Etter, Leslie W., 606 N. Travis St., Sherman, Texas.
Evans, James A., Barnes Hospital, 600 Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo.
Evereth, George S., Jr., P. O. Box 482, Schenectady, N. Y.
Fabens, Charles H, 27 W. 44th St., New York City.
Farley, Arthur F., 251 Central St., Auburndale, Mass.
Farley, Charles .J., 251 Central St., Auburndale, 66, Mass,
Farlow, John S.. 50 State St., Boston, Mass.
Farwell, Nathan A., Pillsbury Flour Mills Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Faulkner, Charles S., 15 Oak St., Winchendon, Mass.
Fay, Samuel P., 53 State St., Boston, Mass.
Field, Donald P., 139 Mason Terrace, Brookline, Mass.
Fish, Howard M., 1301 West 8th St., Erie, Pa.
Fitzpatrick, John F., Saticoy, Ventura Co., Calif.
Foltz, DeFred G., 103 College Place, Syracuse, N. Y.
Fonda, Beecher H., St. Albans, Vt.
Foot, Eliot B., 119 East 91st St., New York City.
Foss, Alden S., North Andover, Mass.
Foster, Evans R., 1500 Euclid Ave., Berkeley, Calif.
Fowler, Raymond P., 857 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Fowler, William S., 40 Ingersoll Grove, Springfield, Mass.
Fownes, Henry C., 2nd, 819 North Highland Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Frantz, Samuel G., Crossett, Arkansas.
Frenning, Alfred B., 35 Clover St., Belmont, Mass.
Friedlich, Robert E., 525 Harvard St. Rochester, N. Y.
Frost, Guernsey L., 467 Pleasant St., Belmont, Mass.
Frost, Marvin H., 208 Elm Tree Road, Lake Forest, Ill.
Frost, Philip P., P.O. Box 167, Evanston, Ill.
Gage, Homer, Jr., 8 Chestnut St., Worcester, Mass.
Gailor, Frank H., 692 Poplar Ave., Memphis, Tenn.
Galatti, Stephen, Ralli Brothers, 15 Williams St., New York City.
Gamble, Robert H., 850 Park Ave., New York City.
Gamman, James A., 1650 S. Elwood Ave., Tulsa, Okla.
Gardere, George P., Marlin, Texas.
Garrett, Hurst F., 834 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago, Ill.
Garritt, Walter G., Jr., 229 Kent St., Brookline, Mass.
Gaston, Kenneth S. 527 W. 121st St., New York City.
Gates, Carroll W., 42 Slocum Crescent, Forest Hills, Long Island, N. Y.
Gauld, Browlee B., American University Union, 1 rue de Fleurus, Paris,
Gibson, Raymond F., 378 Orange St., Macon, Ga.
Gilbert, Edward A., Jr., 124, E. Pedregosa St., Santa Barbara, Calif.
Gillies, Gordon C., 735 8th St., Wilmette, Ill.
Giroux, Archie R., 90 Central St., Somerville, Mass.
Golding, John E., Park Boulevard, E. Liverpool, Ohio.
Goodrich, Frederick P., 575 Marshall St., Milwaukee. Wis.
Goodwin, Charles L., 601 W. 113th St., New York City.
Gordon, Edward B., 500 Hayes St., San Francisco, Calif.
Gores, Walter W. J., 565 Market St., San Francisco, Calif.
Greenhalgh, Charles G., 140 Walcott St.. Pawtucket, R. I.
Greenwood, Joseph R., 210 Riverside Drive, N. Y.
Gregory, John M., 3608 Locust St., Kansas City, Mo.
Griffin, Albert H. E., Fillmore Ave., E. Aurora, N. Y.
Griffith, George W., 218 McKean St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Guthrie, Ernest G., 8 Cumberland St., Boston, Mass.
Gwynn, William M., Am. Relief Ass'n. European Children Fund, London S. W. Eng..
Hahn, James P., 500 Perry Ave., Greenville, S. C.
Hale, Arthur C., 7 Everett St., Boston 30, Mass.
Haley, Harry B., 212 S. Henry St., Madison, Wis.
Hall, George W., 1254 Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena, Calif.
Hall, Irving G. Jr., 640 74th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hall, Louis P. Jr., 251-3 Faubourg St., Martin, Paris.
Halladay, John S., Lincoln St., Englewood, N. J.
Hamilton, James H., 829 N. Tyndell Ave., Tucson, Ariz.
Hamilton, Warren W., Cynwyd. Pa.
Hanna. John C.. Chi Psi Lodge, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Harding, George R., 155 Bay State Rd., Boston, Mass.
Harding, LeRoy L., 68 Park Ave., Bronxvllle, N. Y.
Harlow, John S. Jr., 7 Linnean St., Cambridge, Mass.
Harrison, John Letcher, 80 West 44th St., New York City.
Harter, Harry B., 619 S. Kenosha Ave., Tulsa, Okla.
Harvey, Kenneth A., 21 Livermore Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Haskell, Cedric L., 3 Atlantic Ave., Beachmont, Mass.
Hayes, Leo Sarsfleld, 34 Allston St., Charlestown, Mass.
Hedges, Lawrence S., care of Casey-Hedges Co., Chatanooga, Tenn.
Hees, William R. Jr., 875 Park Ave., N. Y.
Heiden, Leo R., 170 Broadway, N. Y.
Henderson, Russell Mo., 52 William, St, New York City.
Henry, Andrew K., 205 Babcock St., Brookline, Mass.
Henry, Edwin Barbour, 1360 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich.
Herndon, Coburn, Clarksdele, Miss.
Herrick, George L., Box 69 Lynnfield, Mass.
Heywood, Richard, 7 Academy St.. Worcester, Mass.
Hicks, Edward L. Jr. 323 14th St., Sioux City, Iowa.
Hinrichs, Dunbar M., 78 Douglas Rd., Glen Ridge, N. J.
Hoagland, Raymond, Jr., 16 Williams St., New York City.
Hobart, James C., Jr., 2820 Winslow Ave., Cincinnati, O.
Hodgman, Alfred P., 399 Park Ave., N. Y.
Hodgman, Stephen T. Jr., 150 W. 58th St., N. Y.
Hoeveler, William A. Jr., 6201 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hood, George W. 247 Algoma St., Oshkosh, Wis.
Hood, Henry G., Surrey Rd., Melrose, Pa.
Hoskins, Charles C., Libertyville, Ill.
Hough, Arthur D., 3018 East 15th St., Oakland, Calif.
Houghton, Henry L. Sr., 176 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
Howe. Burr, 1325 West 27th St., Minneapolis, Minn.
Howland, Frederick A., 9 River St., Hudson Falls, N. Y.
Hoyt, Anson P. S., Box 137, Yale Station, New Haven, Ct.
Humphreys, Harold L., 7-C Graduate College, Princeton, N. J.
Hurlbut, John Browning, 477 New Britain Ave., Hartford, Conn.
Hutchinson, Arthur E., 732 Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Hutchinson, James D., 59 Strathmore Rd., Brookline, Mass.
Hutchinson, Roy M., 6321 Ellis Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Hyde, Ira B. Jr., Trenton, Mo.
Imbrie, Robert W., 1701 Que St., N. W. Washington, D. C.
Ingham, Edward S., 26 Union St.. New Brunswick, N. J.
Innes-Brown, Alwyn, 226 West 59th St., New York City.
Jacobsen, Benjamin O., 2030 S. Salina St., Syracuse. N. Y.
James. Emerson W., Port Henry N. Y.
Jameson, Creighton H., 2868 Valentine Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
Jennings, Alfred H., care of M. H. Wolfe Co., 501 Cotton Exchange. Dallas. Texas.
Johnson, Francis K., care of Johnson Ranch, Saratoga, Wyoming.
Jones, George M. Jr., 6530 Beacon St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Kaiser, Millard P.. 30 N. Michigan Blvd., Chicago, Ill.
Kahle, Curt. 128 East 51st St.. New York City.
Kaiser, Stuart B., 99 Marion St., Brookline, Mass.
Kane, Charles E. University Publisher, Columbia, Mo.
Kann, Norman K., William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Karnaghan, Harry R., 52 Fir Hill, Akron, O.
Keith, Donald M., 1008 Hollingsworth Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Kellett, William W., 5103 Newhall St., Germantown, Pa.
Kellogg, Curtis R., 2313 Maplewood Ave., Toledo, Ohio.
Kendrick, Nathaniel C., Portland Ave., Irondequolt, N. Y.
Kenney, William H., 60 Vine St., Leominster, Mass.
Kent, LeRoy, Church St., White Plains, N. Y.
Kenyon, Richmond W., Cumnor Rd., Kenilworth, Ill.
Keplinger, Samuel M. Jr., 1044 Elk St., Franklin, Pa.
Kinsolving, Arthur B., 7108 Cresheim Road, St. Martins, Pa.
Knowles, Robert T., 10 Dwight St., Brookline, Mass.
Kohlpepp, Norman, care of General Fireproofing Co., Youngstown, O.
Kraffert, Benj. F., 322 Union St., Titusville, Pa.
Kreider, George P., 500 5. Fifth St., Springfield, Mass.
Kuhn, James S., Lincoln Fares Co., Wendell, Idaho.
Kuhn, Jerome Hill, Burlingame, Calif.
LaFlamme, Frank X.. 66 Brook St.. Manchester, N. H.
Lamond. Roy D. 750 Junior Terrace, Chicago, Ill.
Landon, Daniel 5., 277 Laurel St., Hartford, Conn.
Larwill, George R., 502 E. Madison St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Lavender, Herbert G., The Berkshire, 125th & 8th Ave., N. Y.
Law, Stuart G., 2 Cornell St.. Springfield, Mass.
LeFevre, Louis D., Forest Glen, Ulster Co., N. Y.
Leopold, James M., Jr., 7 Wall St., New York
Lester, Robert R., 3400 Campbell St., Kansas City, Mo.
Le Tourneau, Leon J., 221 W. 1st St., Duluth, Minn.
Le Veille. Norbert, 708 James St.. Rm. 227, Syracuse, N. Y.
Lewine Archibald H.. 444 Wellington Ave., Auburn, R. I.
Lewis, James H,.264 Newbury St., Boston, Mass.
Lewis, Philip C., Nordyke & Marmon Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Liddell, James A,, 31 Stearns St., Newton Centre, Mass.
Lilienthal, Theodore M., 11 rue de Londres, Paris, France.
Lillie, Walter H., care of W. R. Reynolds, 186 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
Litchfield, Reuben L., 791 9th Ave., San Francisco, Calif.
Livingstone, John 5, 245 5. Farragot Terrace, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lockwood, Preston, 545 W. 111th St., N. Y.
Loucks, John W., 117 S. Thomas St., Pomona, Calif.
Lowrie, William A., Sewickley, Po.
Lundquist, Sven John Hugo, The Prosperity Co., Syracuse, N. Y.
Lunt, Daniel B., 238 High St., Newburyport, Mass.
MacCarthy, Fairchilds L. B., 68 Lyman St., Waltham, Mass.
MacColl, Norman A., 260 Waterman St., Providence, R. I.
Machado, John Zaldlvar, 169 Daly Ave., Ottawa, Ont., Canada.
Mack. Walter K., 115 Elm St.. Montclair, N. J.
Magnus, Albert, Jr., 420 Barry Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Manley, John R., 203 E. 199th St., New York City.
Marshall, Frank B., 3753 Ellis Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Marshall, Orland S, 319 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass.
Mason, Austin B., Weston, Mass.
Maury, Dabney H., Jr., 44 The Fenway, Boston, Mass.
Mawha, James K., 313 Wait Ave., Ithaca, N. Y.
Maxwell, Douglas P., Sparta, N. J.
May, John N., Jr., 49 Pine Grove Ave., Summit, N. J.
McCampbell, John S., 104 West Summit Ave., San Antonio, Texas.
McCreight, Walter N., 311 Union St., Punxsutawney, Pa.
McCullough, Welcome W., Saugus, Mass.
McDonnell, John V., 617 Kennedy Bldg., Tulsa, Okla.
McGowan, Thomas J., 73 Kensington St., New Haven, Ct.
McLane, Allan Jr., Furness, Withy & Co., Whitehall St., N. Y.
McMaster, Rollin J., 451 Marquette Bldg., Chicago, Ill.
McMurtry, Edward P., Oak Grove Ave., Pasadena, Calif.
McNaughton, William H., Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, N. Y.
McNear, Barroll, Boss, Marion City, Calif.
McPhail, John D., 16 N. Goodman St., Rochester, N. Y.
McQuiston, Charles F., 180 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
Meadowcroft, William, 419 West 119th St., New York City.
Merrick, Kenneth, 207 Fisher Ave., Brookline, Mass.
Merris, John E,, Indiana, Pa.
Miles, Appleton T., 514 W. 149th St., N. Y.
Miles, Edward G., care of Bank of America, 46 Wall St., New York City.
Miller, Donald W., care of Miller & Paine, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Miller, Martin, 306 West 99th St., N. Y. City.
Mills, Davis H., 623 North East Ave., Oak Park, Ill.
Mills, Marshall B., 22 Carruth St., Dorchester Centre, Mass.
Mills, Walker H., 1057 Lincoln Ave., Decatur, Ill.
Milne, James R., 56 Falmouth St., Boston, Mass.
Mitchell, Alexander, 647 Yale Station, N. Haven, Ct.
Mitchell, Russell P., 712 Clyde St., Pittsburg, Pa.
Monahan, Peter F., 15 B. Falmouth St., Littleboro, Mass.
Montgomery, Archibald M., 801 West End Ave., N. Y. City.
Mooney, James H., 47 Conwell Ave., W. Somerville, Mass.
Moore, Henry K., care of Maple Leaf Milling Co., Produce Exch. Bldg., N. Y.
Moore, John C. B, 21 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass.
Moore, William H., Box 428, Halifax, N. S.
Mueller, Edwin A., El Cajon, San Diego City, Calif.
Muhr, Allan R., 65 Ave. Kleber, Paris, France.
Munro, Frank W., 2557 West Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich.
Munson, William H., Jr., Port Henry, N. Y.
Murdock, Jacob, Jr., 514 Somerset St., Johnstown, Pa.
Nazel, John M., 2224 West Tioga St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Neftel, Basil K.. Bell Bldg., Manchester, N. H.
Nichols, John R., 325 5. 13th St., Corvallis, Oregon.
Nichols, Russell M., care of Acme Wire Co., 52 Vanderbilt Ave., N. Y.
O'Brien, Thomas J., Alta Club, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ogle, Gilbert E., Box 417, Norfolk, Va,
Olds, Edward C., 3 West 8th St., N. Y. City.
Olmstead, Chauncey L., West Brookfield, Mass.
Olmsted, William B., Jr., 59 East 65th St., N. Y.
Olson, Malcolm G.. 17 West Main St., LeRoy, N. Y
Orcutt, Philip D., 386 Beacon St., Boston, Mass.
Ordway, Richmond, care of S. S. Pierce Co., Tremont St., Boston, Mass.
Orr, William L., Box 725, St. Johns, Newfoundland.
Osborn, Albert D., 317 Williams St., E. Orange, N. J.
Osgood, Guyor W., 409 S. Winter St., Adrian, Mich.
Paden, Dennison C., 175 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill.
Page, Edward H., 103 Grandview Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Palache, John G., Llewellyn Park, Orange, N. J.
Palen, William E., 794 Baldwin Ave., Detroit, Mich.
Palmer, James, 4420 N. Hermitage Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Parker, James I., 7039 Clyde Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Parker, William B., 19 King St., Groveland Mass.
Parry, Edward H.. 88 Warren St., Glens Falls. N. Y.
Paterson. Thomas W.. 530 Porter Ave.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Paul. Samuel H.. Gravers Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.
Paynter, Edward B., Sherman Square Hotel, New York City
Peffers, Harold W.. 141 Deer Hill Ave.. Danbury, Ct,
Pelham, Edward L., 35 Elmore St., Newton Center, Mass.
Penfield, Marshall G., Fulton, N. Y.
Penfield, Willis E., Braithwaite, La.
Perley, Harry R., 92 Patton St.. Princeton, N. J,
Petterson, Gerald R.. Princeton, Minn.
Phelan, William F., 1873 East 84th St., Cleveland, O.
Pitman, Forrest L., 42 Benton Rd., Somerville, Mass.
Platt, John. Jr.. 2 Rector St., New York City.
Potter, Lars Sellstedt, 215 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
Potter, Russell H., Jr., 1340 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
Pratt, George Dupont, Jr., Glen Cove, Long Island, N. Y.
Pratt, Harold G., 2190 Ambleside Drive, Cleveland, O.
Prescott, Edgar D., 771 N. Main St., Laconia, N. H.
Preston. Jerome. Harvard Club, N. Y.
Price, Paul W., 350 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J.
Pruyn, Samuel, 82 Ridge St., Glens Falls, N. Y.
Pumpelly, Lawrence, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Purves Edmund R. care of Morgan Harjes, 14 Place Vendome, Paris.
Ramsdell, Howard S., 36 Titus St., Valley Falls, R. I.
Reid, John G., 49$ Eighth Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Reynolds, Alonzo P., 801 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.
Reynolds, Noyes H., 27 W 44th St., New York City.
Rhodes, Marlin C., 4139 W. Kinsie St., Chicago, Ill.
Rice, Oliver, S. J., care of Rice, Stix Co., 1000 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Rice. William G.. Jr.. S Linnean St., Cambridge. Mass.
Rich. Dominic W., 100 Marks Place, St. George. Staten Island, N. Y.
Rich, Vincent L.. 204 West 70th St.. New York City.
Richards, William H., 67 Elm St., Pittsfield, Mass.
Richmond, Ralph S., 1065 Canlon Ave., Readville, Mass.
Rieser, Robert R., 208 Eleventh St., Hoboken, N. J.
Rigby, Henry B., 1965 E. 59th St., Cleveland, O.
Robbins, Rowland A., Jr., 958 Madison Ave., New York City.
Roberts, George W.. 613 Congress St., Portland, Me.
Robinette, George E., Everett, Pa.
Robinson, Barclay, 45 Forest St., Hartford. Ct.
Robinson, Frank O., 205 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass.
Robinson, Powell, 13 Storey St., Cambridge, Mass.
Robinson, Thomas A., 1432 Beechwood Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Robinson, Thomas A., S Columbus Circle, N. Y.
Robinson, Wells H., care of American Radiator Co., 104 West 42nd St., N. Y.
Roblee, Nib H., Indio, Calif.
Roche, Robert T.. Farmers Loan & Trust Co., 41 Blvd. Haussmann, Paris.
Rockwell, George Jr., Gen. Electric Co., 120 Broadway, N. Y.
Rogers, Arthur W., 1501 Ridge Ave., Evanston, Ill.
Rogers, Gordon F. L., 232 Summer St., Boston, Mass.
Rogers, Samuel G. A., 445 W. Gilman St., Madison, Wis.
Rose. Elmer J., Hotel St. George, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ross, Edward M., 35 Middle St., Claremont, N. H.
Royce, Frank G.. 3702 Locust St.. Philadephia, Pa.
Rubel, August A., 114 East 84th St., New York City.
Russell. Elwyn S.. Drawer B., Waverly, Mass.
Russell, Scott, 4940 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Ill.
Ruth, George B., 511 West State St., Marshalltown, Iowa.
Ryan, Thomas A., Bow St., Newton Lower Falls, Mass.
Ryder, Stephen P., 1136 Main St., Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Salter, Thomas M., 48 Leonard St., N. Y. City.
Samuel, Edward, Jr., 041 Drexel Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Saulnier, Willard D., 235 S. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Saunders, Bertram W., 122 Van Houton Ave., Passaic, N. J.
Saunders, James K., 1231 Packson Blvd., Houston, Texas.
Savoy, John A. G., Berthierville, Quebec, Canada.
Schaaf, Oliver H., Box 661, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Schloss Malcolm B., 80 Wall St., New York City.
Schoen, Ernest R. P.O. Box 405 Dallas, Texas.
Scoles, Donald, 6957 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Ill.
Scott, Edgar, Jr., 2 Holyoke Place, Cambridge, Mass.
Scott, Robert W., 66 Marshall St., Brookline, Mass.
Scribner, George Weed, Jr., 1148 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O.
Searle, Stewart A., 1917 Logon Ave. S. Minneapolis, Minn.
Seecombe, Edward N., 17 Fairview Terrace, Derby, Conn.
Sellars, Dudley, 329 Winthrop St., Toledo, O.
Sewall, Summer, 1142 Washington St., Bath Maine.
Seymour, James W. D., 50 State St., Boston, Mass.
Shainwald, Richard Herman, 34 First St., San Francisco, Calif.
Sharpe, Alan F., 220 N. Euclid Ave., Oak Park, Ill.
Shaw, Emmett H., E. 235 Ninth Ave., Spokane, Wash.
Shelton, Allen W., 246 Henry St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Shepley, Philip, 186 Warren St., Brookline, Mass.
Sherrerd, Henry D. M., Highland Ave., Haddonfield, N. J.
Sherry, Alden Bradford, 1511 First North St., Syracuse, N. Y. 18
Shoninger, Clarence, care of Yale Club, New York City.
Shreve, Charles U., 3rd, 13 Wadsworth House, Cambridge, Mass.
Simon, Horace F., 645 West End Ave., New York City.
Sinclair, Gilbert S., 3151 Aldrich Ave., S. Minneapolis, Minn.
Singer, Leon F., care of Paris Dry Goods Co., Great Fails, Montana.
Sleeper, Henry D., Gloucester, Mass.
Smith, Cyril B., 18th at California St., Washington, D. C.
Smith, Frank R., 108 Washington St., Norwich, Conn.
Smith, Jack Bass, 300 Broad St., Elyton, Birmingham, Ala.
Smith, Julian T., 210 Flatiron Bldg., Norfolk, Va.
Smith, Lorrain G., Talston Bros. Co., 1291/2 12th St., Miami, Fla.
Smith, Norman, 179 5. Harvard Blvd. Los Angeles, Calif.
Smith, Rae H., 5735 University Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Smith, Wallace F., 39 Linnett St., W. Roxbury, Mass.
Smyth, Governeur, 150 Dudley Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Snook, Walter D., 2747 Woolsey St., Berkeley, Calif.
Spaulding, Way, 50 Summer St., Haverhill, Mass.
Speers, Roland R,, 1008 Second St, Santa Monica, Calif.
Sprague, Philip T., care of J. H. Hays Corp., Michigan City, Ind.
Spurr, Gregory W., Sparkill, N. Y.
Squibb, Paul, Bernardsville, N. J.
Stafford, James B., Jr., 411 Norwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Stanton, Ernest N., Grosse Ile, Michigan.
Stauffer, Jack H., 705 Oliver Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Stebbins, Roland W., Williamstown, Mass.
Steers, James R., Jr., 37 East 67th St., N. Y.
Stevenson, W. Yorke, care of Morgan, Harjes, Paris, France.
Stewart, Theodore F., 54 University Rd., Brookline, Mass,
Stockwell, Roy Harris, City Court House, Houston, Texas.
Strubing, John K., Jr., 8115 St. Martins Lane, Chestnut Hill, Phila., Pa.
Stuart, Kimberly, 406 Wisconsin Ave,, Neenah, Wis.
Stude, Louis S., 2210 Fannin St., Houston, Texas.
Sturdy, Herbert K., Jr., University Club, 219 Benefit St., Providence, R. I.
Sudbury, Gordon H., 154 Prospect Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Suter, Philip H., 22 White Lawn Ave., Milton, Mass.
Swasey, John M., 138 Harvard St., Brookline, Mass.
Talbot, George F., 44 Hardenbrooke Ave., Jamaica, L. I. N. Y.
Taliaferro, Albert P., Jr., I Central Ave., Ithaca, N. Y.
Tapley, Russell W., 10 Belvidere Ave., Springfield, Mass.
Tenney, Luman H., Chagrin Fails, O.
Thayer, Lucius E., 664 State St., Portsmouth, N. H,
Theime, Frederick J., Jr., 2445 Fairfield Ave., Fort Wayne, Ind.
Thomas, Aubrey L., care of Daily Press, Atlantic City, N. J.
Thompson, Alan M., 37 West 83rd St., N. Y.
Thompson, Henry B., Jr., Greenville. Del.
Thompson, Vivian C. N., 18 South Munroe Terrace, Dorchester, Mass,
Thorington, Richard W., 2031 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Tilton, Elmer H., 201 Pleasant St., Laconia, N. H.
Tout, Alfred R., Winchendon, Mass.
Towsend, Herbert P., 50 E. 58th St., N. Y.
Trask, Everett, 1630 W. 39 St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Trude, Alfred S,. Jr., 4960 Drexel Blvd., Chicago, Ill.
Turnbull, Thomas 3rd, 835 Western Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Van Cleve. John R., 333 West 10th St. Erie, Pa.
Van Zandt, Lt. John P., McCook Field, Dayton, O.
Varney, Walter K., 597 5th Ave., N. Y.
Varnum, Richard B., Am. Uni. Union, 1 rue de Fleurus, Paris.
Verrill, Robinson, 985 Charles River Rd., Cambridge, Mass.
Vories, Varry F., Jr., 1108 East 53rd St., Chicago Ill.
Vosburg, Keith, Azusa, Calif.
Wait, Luther, Saratoga Springs N. Y.
Walker, John Tempest, Jr., care of The Farm Journal, 15 E. 40th St., N. Y.
Walker, Joseph T., Jr., care of Merriil Oldham Co., 35 Congress St., Boston.
Walker, Samuel S., 61 Broadway, N. Y.
Walker, William H. C.. Box 35 Newton, Mass.
Wallace, Henry A., 1 Drayton Hail, Cambridge, Mass,
Wallace, William H., Jr., 20 West 40th St., N. Y.
Wallower, Herbert H., 1638 Chouteau Ave., Baxter Springs, Kansas.
Walton, Charles W., Woodbury, N. J.
Walworth, Joseph, care of Aldred & Co., 40 Wall St., N. Y. City,
Ware, Richard C., 19 Congress St., Boston, Mass.
Warner. Luther C., Altamont, N. Y.
Warren, Lansing, Box 53 LaJolla, Calif.
Walters, Henry G., 210 Maple St., Springfield, Mass.
Watson, Arthur C., care of American Express Co., Paris, France.
Weeden, Benjamin D., Hotel Buckminster, Boston, Mass.
Weeks, Edward A., Jr., 30 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, Mass.
Wells, Joseph R., Merchants National Bank, Brownsville, Texas.
Wells, Newell W., Jr., care of Lee Tire & Rubber Co., 245 W. 55th St., N. Y.
Wells, Robert C., Brownsville, Texas. Wells,
Wallace N., 2153 Adelbert Rd., Cleveland, O.
Wesson, David M., iii 5. Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J.
Westwood, Richard W., 24 Richardson St., Newton, Mass.
Wethey, Francis V., The Tavern, Hanover, N. H.
Wheeler, Arthur L., 529 West 113th St., N. Y.
Wheeler. Berkeley, Concord, Mass.
Wheeler, Roger, 289 Mill St., Newtonville, Mass.
Wheeler, Sidney S., 87 St. Stephens St., Boston, Mass. Whitecomb, John L., 34 Fairview Ave., Arlington, 74, Mass.
White, Kenneth. T., Grosse Ile., Michigan.
Whiting, Lloyd M., 112 Norwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Whiton, Sylvester G., 708 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Whittlesey, Elisha, 136 E. 44th St., New York City.
Wiard, Harry, 396 West End Ave., New York City.
Wick, Myron C., Jr., 682 Wick Ave., Youngstown, O.
Wigand, Robert C., 469 Serpentine Rd., Stapleton, N. Y.
Wilcox, Winthrop, 1465 Grand River Ave., Detroit, Michigan.
Wilder, Amos N., care of Millard K. Shaler, 66 rue des Colonies. Brussels, Belgium.
Willcox, Bertram F., 8 Winthrop Hall, Cambridge, Mass.
Williams, Herbert E., Tifton, Georgia. Williams, Ray E., Box 171, Parkerton, Wyoming.
Williams, Robert H., 129 Main St., Houlton, Me.
Willis, Edward H., 3 North Main St., Pittsford, Vt.
Willis, Harold B., Concord Rd., Weston, Mass.
Wilt, Glen A., 514 Eleventh St., Franklin, Pa.
Winship, Roger, 66 Worth St., New York City.
Winslow, Edward N., 551 Jefferson Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Winsor, Charles P., Middlesex School, Concord, Mass.
Winsor, Harry B., 11402 Cedar Ave., Cleveland, O.
Wolcott, Oliver, Readville, Mass. Wolf, John F., Coal Exch. Bldg., Wilkesbarre, Pa.
Wolfe, Avery Royce, 308 Terrace St., Buffalo, N. Y.
Wolfe, Clifford W., Rockland, Maine.
Wolfe, Henry C., 225 North 4th St., Coshocton, O.
Wood, Alton F., 172 Linwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Woodend. Ralph A., 27 Williams St., N. Y.
Woodruff, John F., 52 Fifth St., Woodside, L. L N. Y.
Woolley. Roi B.. 790 Riverside Drive, N. Y.
Woolverton, Wm. H. 110 E. 55th St., N. Y.
Wright, Carleton F., care of F. H. Swift & Co., 4 Liberty Sq., Boston, Mass.
Wright, Charles S., Tallmadge, O.
Wright, Livingston, 32 Greenleaf St., Quincy, Mass.
Wylie Edward A. G., 863 Park Ave., New York.
Yarrington, Frederic L., 280 Central Ave., Albany, N. Y.
Young, George R., 81 Washington Ave., Cambridge, Mass.
Young, Robert G., 450 East 16th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Supplementary List of Association Members.
Barrett, G. Hinman, care Munds, Rogers and Stackpole, 25 Broadway, N. Y.
Coulston, George S., Pasadena, Calif. Clark, Blake, 102 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass.
Curtis, Nicholson F., 4th Corps Laboratory, Ft. McPherson, Atlanta, Ga.
Darden, Colgate W., Jr., Franklin, Va.
Fenton, Powel, 1319 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Frenning, John J., 35 Clover St., Belmont, Mass.
Granger, John M., 535 West 135th St., New York City.
Johnson, W. W., 144 Harrison St., East Orange, N. J.
Kinsley, Alan D., 127 Waverly Ave., Newton, Mass.
Lawrence, Edwin C., Southboro, Mass.
Lowry, Thomas Il., Royal Oak, Mich.
McCord, William 8., 414 10th Ave., North, Seattle Wash.
Means, Thomas, 201 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn.
Parmenter, Richard, Morgan, Harjes & Co., Place Vendome, Paris.
Peck, Sedley C., Am. Legation, Prague, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia.
Potter, Thomas W., Westchester, N. Y.
Putnam, Arthur J., 18 Court St., Deposit, N. Y.
Shoup, Oliver H., Colorado Springs, Colo.
Spaulding, Frederick N., 122 Parkwood Boulevard, Schnectady, N. Y.
Wendell, Frank T., Jr., 109 Queensberry St., Boston, Mass.
Whitney, Raymond J., Bedford, Ind.
(The above lists include the names of those who have joined the Association up to about Dec. 1. Other men have joined since that date, but latest returns have not been received.)
Fathers and Mothers of Men on the Field Service Honor Roll, Elected Honorary Members
Bishop and Mrs. C. P. Anderson, 1612 Prairie Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Aupperle, Grand Junction, Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Bacon 53 Howard St., Waltham, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Bear, 131 East Spring St.. Oxford, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bailey, 93 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J.
Le Comte and La Comtess Balbiana, 22 Av. Friedland, Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Varian Banks, 3 Maurice Ave., Ossining, N. Y.
Dr. H. V. Barclay, 644 Madison Ave., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Barker, West Bridgewater, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Baylies, 2095 Achusnet Ave., New Bedford, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Benney, P. 0. Box 955, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Benson, 901 Locust St., Sterling, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bentley, 4750 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Mr. Guy M. Bigelow, Colchester, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Blodgett, 60 Federal St., Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bluethenthal, Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs. George W. Brown, 1080 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bruce, 1018 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Buckler, 180 Driving Park Ave., Rochester, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tucker Burr, 90 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Burton, Colusa, Calif.
Mr. G. S. Carkener, 3677 Bellview Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Salter Storrs Clark, 336 Mountain Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Clover, Richmond, Va.
Rev, and Mrs. J. P. Conover, R. F. D. No. 1, Newport, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. John Craig, 24 East 8th St., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Craig, 1885 East 75th St., Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. John D. Culbertson, Sr., Academy Ave. Sewickley Pa.
Mr. Henry H. Cumings, 6126 Sansom St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. Bertha Cumings, 730 East 60th St., Portland, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Davison 15 East 40th St., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dix, Greenbush, Mass.
Mrs. Maud Donahue, 625 North Berendo St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Col. and Mrs. Herman Dowd, 76 Berkeley Ave., Orange, N. J.
Mr. Ernest L. Dresser, 97 Mason Terrace, Brookline, Mass.
Dr. DuBouchet, 5 rue du General Langlois, Paris France.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Edwards, 412 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo.
Judge C. J. Elliot, 118 E Street, Oxnard, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Ellis, 17 Walter St., Somerville, Mass.
Mr. William K. B. Emerson, 563 Park Ave., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Fales, 422 South Pleasant St., Belding, Mich.
Mrs. J. A. Ferguson, Box 71, Halesite, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fiske, 39 Bay State Road, Boston Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Forbush, 257 Van Dyke Ave., Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Forman, Haverford, Pa.
Mrs. Anderson Fowler, 50 East 58th St., New York City.
Mrs. James Freeborn, 14 Ave. Pierre 1er de Serbie, Paris, France.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gailey, New Park, Pa.
Mrs. F. A. Gilmore, Winthrop. Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Glorieux, 755 Clinton Ave,, Newark, N. J.
Mr. Scott D. M. Goodwin, 333 State St., Albany, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Graham, 1812 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. F. N. Griggs, 3429 34th Place, Cleveland Park, Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hagan, 152 Aspinwall Ave., Brookline, Mass.
Mrs. A. E. Haley, 90 Central St., Somerville, Mass.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis P. Hall, 1530 Hill St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton, 33 East St., Clinton, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harrison, Lebanon, Ky.
Mrs. L. B. Hathaway, 1-3 W. Grand Ave., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hill, Lexington, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hobbs, 467 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass.
Mrs. Francis N. Holbrook, 824 St. Nicholas Ave., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay H. Hollister, 521 East Fulton St., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins, 157 Third St., Newark, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopkins, 601 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Houston, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. Nellie M. Humason, 201 Vine St., New Britain, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jopling, Ishpemmng, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kendall, 17-A Arlington St., Cambridge, Mass.
Mrs. Henry T. Kent, Clifton Heights, Pa.
Mrs. Clara E. Kimber, 666 Tennyson Ave., Palo Alta, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kurtz, Manheim St., Germantown, Pa.
Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Leach, Edgartown, Mass.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Beveridge Lee, 27 Broad St., New London, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Lewis, 7706 Platt Ave. Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lindsley, 1006 3rd St., Marietta, Ohio.
Mrs. Earnest H. Lines, care Mrs. Sargent H. Wellman, Topsfield, Mass.
Mrs. Beverly MacMonagle, 1 Bis Avenue Du Bois de Boulonge, Paris, France.
Judge S. P. McConnell, Carthage, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Meacham, 3901 Reading Road, Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers, 969 Park Ave., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Newlin, Whitford, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nichols, 1345 Webster St., Palo Alto, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Osborn, 215 Midland Ave., Montclair, N. J.
Mrs. C. H. Palmer, 324 West 103rd St. New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Porter, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson Potter, Fertreyrolles Jne. & Fils, Hotel Metropole, LaBourboule, Paris, Prance.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Rhinelander, 114 East 84th St., New York City.
Dr. and Mrs. Victor A. Robertson, 51 Eighth Ave, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Rogers, 21 Terrace Ave., S. E. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Mr. E. S. Root, Brelim's Hotel, Hartford, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Sambrook, 728 Fifth Ave., Watervliet, N. Y.
Mr. W. A. Sargent, 620 George St., Coraopolis, Pa.
Mrs. Alvin F. Sortwell, 61 Highland St., Cambridge, Mass.
Mrs. Edward J. Stewart, 54 University Road, Brookline, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Suckley, Rhinebeck, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R. Taber, Symington House, Princeton, N. J.
Prof. and Mrs. D. C. Tabler, 1114 24th St., Parkersburg, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Taylor, Hotel Ansonia. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Tinkham, 509 Park St., Upper Montclair, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Arthur Tutein, 33 Lloyd St., Winchester, Mass.
Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Tyson, Princeton, N. J.
Mr. Henry L. Wallace, Cedarhurst, L. I., N. Y.
Judge Henry G Ward, 1018 Madison Ave., New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Ware, 1430 Howard Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Mr. William P. Warner, Union Club, Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Watkins, 2415 North Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind.
Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Westcott, Princeton, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winsor, Weston, Mass.
Dr. and Mrs. George Woodward, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia , Pa.
Mrs. Ruth W. Woodworth, 801 Sutter St., San Francisco, Calif.
French Officers and Soldiers Elected Honorary Members of the American Field Service Association.
Commandant de Montravel, Villa des Glycines, St. Anne, Marseilles.
Commandant Doumenc, 12 Rue Desaix, Parts.
Commandant Mallet, 8 Rue de Liege, Paris.
Capitaine Aujay, 7 Rue Marbeuf, Paris.
Capitaine Kahn, Capitaine Genin,
Lieutenant René Puaux, 19 Place de la Madeleine Paris.
Lieutenant Robert de Kersauson, 6 Rue de Castellane, Paris.
Lieutenant Pierre Emmanuel Rodocanachi, 29 Rue Tronchet, Paris.
Lieutenant Pierre Theodore Rodocanachi, 57 Avenue Kleber, Paris.
Lieutenant Emmanuel de Rode, 4 Quai de Billy, Paris.
Lieutenant Frederic de Turkheim, 12 Rue Cima Rosa, Paris.
Lieutenant Antoine Fabre, 201 Avenue du President Wilson, Bordeaux.
Lieutenant Ernest d'Halloy Audoin, 38 Rue Francois ler, Paris.
Lieutenant Pierre Marshall, 2 Avenue Alphand, Paris.
Lieutenant Maurice Rey, La Roebette (Savoie).
Lieutenant Emile Marie Pruvost, 77 Rue St. Maur, Paris.
Lieutenant Jean Augustus Charles Goujon, Chez M. Bourgeois, Elboeuf.
Lieutenant Jean d'Immecourt, 28 Rue Francois ler, Paris.
Lieutenant Ostheimer, 3 rue Rabelais, Paris.
Lieutenant Jean P. Oliveau, 62 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
M. le Due Philibert de Clermont Tonnerre, Glissoles, Eure.
Monsieur le Baron de Bouchet,
M. Paul Delaunoy, Rubaix.
M. E. Bancharel. 6 Rue Bellenot, Colombes.