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COLORS OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (Continued)
U. S. Naval Academy.. Blue and Gold
Wesleyan Univ, (Conn.) Cardinal and Black Upper Iowa Univ.
Peacock Blue and White West Baden College Maroon and Gold
Bed, Old Gold and Black Western Maryland Coll. Green and Gold Ursuline College (Ky.).. Maroon and White
Western Reserve Univ. Scarlet Red and White Ursuline College.
Western Ontario, Un. of Purple and White (Brescia C.)
Western Union College Maroon and Gold
Westminster Coll. (Pa.) King's Blue and White
W. Va. Inst. of Tech. Old Gold and Blue V
West Virginia State Coll. Old Gold and Black Valparaiso University Brown and Gold
West Virginia University Old Gold and Blue Vanderbilt University Gold and Black
W. Virginia Wesleyan Col. Orange and Black Vassar College, Rose and Gray
Wheaton College (IN.).. Orange and Blue Vermont, Univ. of Green and Gold
Wheaton Coll. (Mass.) Villa Maria College Blue and Gold
Maize and Blue Villa Madonna Coll. None
Purple and Gold
Crimson and Black Virginia Military Inst. Red, White and Yellow
Wilberforce University Gold and Green Virginia Poly. Inst. Orange and Maroon
Purple and White
William Smith College Green and White
Wm. J. Bryan College Crimson and Gold
William Jewell College Red and Black
William and Mary Coll. Green Gold and Silver
William Penn College Old Gold and Blue
Willamette University Cardinal and Gold
Wilmington College Green and White
Silver and Blue
Garnet and Gold
Wisconsin, Univ. of Cardinal and White Washburn College
Cardinal and Cream (Municipal Univ.)
Old Gold and Black Washington & Jeff. Coll. Red and Black
Wooster, College of Black and Gold Washington & Lee Univ. White and Blue
Worcester Polytechnic In. Crimson and Gray Washington Miss'n'y Col. Blue and White
Wyoming. Univ. of Brown and Yellow Washington, State Col.of Crimson and Gray
х Washington Univ. (Mo.) Red and Green
Xavier Univ. (La). Washington, Univ. of.. Purple and Gold
Xavier Univ. (Ohio) Blue and White Wayne University.
Green and Gold
Blue and White
Yellow and White
Royal Blue and White Wesleyan Coll. (Ga.) Lavender and Purple Youngstown College Red and Gold
(a) No information received. Academic doctors' hoods-The bachelor wears a gown of black worsted with open or closed front and long-pointed sleeves. The Oxford style being most popular in American colleges. The gown of the master is made with open front and preferably of silk. It has long, closed sleeves with squared ends falling well below the knees and slit for the arms near the elbow. The gown worn by the doctor is also of silk and with the open front, but has full bell-shaped sleeves. The front is faced with velvet and on each sleeve are three bars of velvet, black or the color of the hood-trimming.
Source: Office of Education, U. S. Department of the Interior In the 1937-38 school year, 1.298 universities, col- lated activities, $277,037,542 ($253,006,388 plus $24,leges and professional schools, and 288 teachers' 031.154); organized research, $25,212,977; libraries, colleges and normal schools-a total of 1,586 insti- $17,588.240; physical plant operation and maintetutions--received $760,478,419; and expended $684,
nance. $62,737.655; total general and educational
expenditures, $475,191,638, to which are to be added 850,807.
$139.193,507 spent on auxiliary enterprises and acThe sources of the receipts were as follows
tivities (including athletics), and $70,465.662 on Students' fees, $178,996,228; endowment income,
buildings and grounds. $70,654,211; Federal Government, $29,344,723; State
The physical property of 1,434 higher institutions governments, $140.959, 123; local governments, $22,- in the 1937-38 school year was valued at $2,556,090, 702; rivate gifts and grants, $36,908,257; sales 4,571, of which
represented $308,and services of organized activities. $27,946,942;
420.323; buildings, $1,781.024.833; equipment, $423,miscellaneous receipts, $ 15,207.831; auxiliary enter
892,820; unexpended plant funds, $42,736,595. prises and activities, $130,523,094; receipts for ad
Bound volumes in the libraries of the 1,362 instiditions to physical plant $58,263.888; receipts for tutions reporting in 1936 numbered 62,858,078, of increase of permanent funds, $49,583, 420.
which there were in New York State, 6,946,526; The expenditures of the 1,586 (1,298 plus 288) Massachusetts, 6,161,050; Illinois, 4,420,878; Penninstitutions included general administration and sylvania, 3,886,960; Ohio, 3,526,005; California, 3.expense, $56,405.850; resident instruction and re- 334,537; Connecticut, 2,616,383.
18,200 3,974 1933. 77 22,466 4,895 1910.. 131 21.526 4,440 1926. 79 18,840 3,962 1934.
77 22,799 5,035 1915... 96 14,891 3,536 1927
80 19.662 4,035 1935 77 22,888 5,131 1920... 85 13,798 3,047 1928.
80 20.545 4,262 1936. 77 2,564 5,183 1921. 83 14,468 3,186 1929.
76 20.878 4,446 1937.
77 22.095 5,377 1922. 81 15,635 2.520 1930.
76 21,597 4,565 1939. 77 21,587 5,194 1923.. 80 16,960 3,120
77 21,302 5,089 1924... 79 17.728 3,562 1932
76 22,135 4.936 1940. 77 21.271 5,097 Student Agures include schools offering preclinical courses.
Women students (graduates in parenthesis): 1905, 1,073 (219); 1910, 907 (116); 1915, 592 (92); 1920, 818 (122); 1925, 910 (204); 1930, 955 (204); 1935, 1,077 (207); 1936, 1,133 (246); 1937, 1,113 (27 1938, 1,161 (237); 1939, 1,296 (285).
Associations and Societies in the United States
Source: World Almanac Questionnaire
Pattison Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.: 3,000: Sec.,
41st St., N. Y. City: 5,657; Sec., John L. Carey. Del.
son Ave., N. Y. City; 10,000; Bus. Man., Dr. Rockefeller Plaza, N. Y. City; Chmn., Gene Tun-
ney: Dir., Murray Plavner. Accountants, N. Y. Society of (1900), Hotel MC- American Woman's Association (see Woman's Asso
Alpin, N. Y. City; 150; address communications ciation, American). to the secretary.
Animals, American Soc. for the Prevention of Actors & Artistes of America, Associated (1919), 45 Cruelty to (1866), 50 Madison Ave., N. Y. City;
West 47th St., N. Y. City: 30,000: Int'i Pres.. 5,000; Exec. Vice-Pres., Sydney H. Coleman.
Frank Gillmore; Int'l Exec. Sec., Paul Dullzell. Anti-Profanity League (1902), Ware, Mass.; 34.000:
N. Y. City: 4.250; Exec. Sec. Paul Dullzell. Anti-Saloon League of America (1895), 131 B St..
St., Albany, N. Y.; State Supt., Rev. Wallace H.
Salle St., Chicago, Ill.: 692; Sec., W. D. Mac- Aquarium Society (1892), American Museum ot
Natural History, 77th St. & Central Park West,
West 120th St., N. Y. City; 1,700; Dir., Morse Arbitration Ass'n., American (1926), 1230 Sixth
Ave., N. Y. City: 8.000 arbitrators in 1,600 cities:
Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: 122; Man. Dir.. Archaeological Institute of America (1879), 504
Schermerhorn Hall, Columbia Univ., N, Y. City:
42d St., N. Y. City; 11,000; Gen. Man., Earle Archery Ass'n of the U. S., Nallt (1879), 77 FrankPearson
lin St., Boston, Mass. ; 400; Sec., Louis C. Smith. Aeronautic Ass'n., Nat'l (1922), The Willard Hotel, Architects, American Insti, of (1857), The Octagon,
Washington, D. C.; 15,000 active members; Sec.. 1741 New York Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C.;
3,090; Sec., Charles T. Ingham
(1920), Shoreham Bldg., Washington, D. C.: 9 Park St., Boston, Mass.; 443; Corr. Sec., Brad.
Ave., N. Y. City: 500; Sec., John T. Briggs. Agricultural Engineers-(see Engineers, Amer, Soc. Architects, Soc. of Beaux-Arts (1894), 304 E. 44th of).
St., N. Y. City: 250: Sec., Alfred E. Poor. Agriculture, American Committee on the Int'l In- Architectural League of New York (1880). 115 East stitute of (1923), 616 Investment Bldg., Washing- 40th St., N. Y. City; 500; Exec. Sec., Lucile A.
ton, D, C.; limited to 100, Sec., Charles Brand. Pedrick,
Ben. Prager, D.S.C.
Salle St., Chicago, Ill.; address all communica- 20 S. Tennessee Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.; abt. tions to the secretary.
8,000; Nat'l Adjt., Henry W. Gerber, 614 Oriental Aleph Zadik Aleph of B'nai B'rith (1924). 1003 Ave., Atlantic City, N. J.
K St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; 22,350; Exec. Art and Industry, Nat'l Alliance of (1914), 119 East
N. Y. City; 435; Sec., Josephine M.
Peterson, ington, D. C.; Sec., W. Roy Breg.
Art Society of N. Y., Municipal (1892), 119 East Altrusa Clubs, Int'l Ass'n of (1917), 540 No. Michi- 19th St., N, Y. City: 300: Sec., Lorimer Rich.
gan Ave., Chicago, Ill.; 4,500; Sec., Miss Mabel Art Students' League (1875), 215 West 57th St., N. F Meek.
Y. City: 1,700; Exec. Sec., Anna Nelson.
625 Pioneer Bldg., Seattle, Wash.; limited to St., N. Y. City: 500; Sec., Fred Buchholz.
Arts, American Federation of (1909). Barr Bldg.,
.West 155th St., N. Y. City: abt. 50; Sec., Dr.
57th St., N. Y. City: 200; Founder, E. Frye
155th St., N. Y. City: 250; Sec., Henry S. Canby. American Federation of Labor (1881). A. F. of L. Arts and Sciences, American Academy of (1780), 28
Bldg., Washington, D. C.; 4,247,443; Pres., Wil- Newbury St., Boston, Mass. ; 918; Corr. Sec., Prof. liam Green; Sec., George Meany.
Abbott Payon Usher, 476 Widener Library, American Institute of the City of New York (1828), Cambridge, Mass.
60 East 42d St., N. Y. City: 612; Sec., Gerard P. Associated Press, The (1848), 50 Rockefeller Plaza, Herrick.
N. Y. City; over 2,000; Gen. Man., Kent Cooper. American Irish Historical Society (1897), 991 Fifth Association of Amer. Railroads (see Railroads).
Ave., N. Y. City; 2.500; Sec. -Gen., J. C. Walsh. Ass'n for Improving the Condition of the Poor (see American Iron and Steel Institute (1908), 350 Fifth Community Service Soc. of N. Y)'
Ave., N. Y, City; abt. 1.275 active; address com- Astronomical Society, American (1899), Dearborn munications to the secretary
Observatory. Evanston, Ill.: 627; Sec., Dean B. American Legion, The (1919), 777 No. Meridian St., McLaughlin.
Atheism, American Ass'n for the Advancement of Indianapolis, Indie 071337;. Nafil Commander , Fargo, No.
(1925), 38 Park Ave., N. Y. City; 400; Sec., WoolAuxillary; 501,367; Pres., Mrs. Mark W. Murrill,
Athletic Foundation (see Helms Athletic Founda-
233 Broadway, N. Y. City: Sec., Daniel J. Ferris
James N. Shryock
Y. City; 50,000, inc. affiliated societies; Exee. Dir.. Billiard Association of America (1922). 629 So.
Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.: Sec., Doris Williams, Authors' Guild (1920), 6 East 39th St., N. Y. City: Biological Chemists (see Chemists, American So1,000; Sec., Margaret Widdemer.
ciety) Authors' League of America (1912), 6 East 39th St., Biophysics and Cosmobiology, American Soc. of N. Y. City; 4,000; Sec., Inez Haynes Irwin.
1936), 20 West 69th St., N. Y. City: 300: Sec., Automobile Association, American (1902), Pennsyl- Dr. Eugene A. Dupin.
vania Ave. at 17th St.. Washington, D. C.: 1,- Birth Control Federation of America (1921), 501 200,000; Gen. Man., Russell E. Singer.
Madison Ave., N. Y. City: Sec., Mrs. Albert D.
Clinton Hotel, Albany, N. Y.; 100,000; Office Blind, American Foundation for the (1923). 15
Irwin. Automobile Club of N. Y. (1902), Hotel Pennsyl- | Blind, N. Y. Institute for the Education of (1832), vania, N. Y. City; abt. 50,000; Sec., W. B.
999' Pelham Parkway, N. Y. City; Principal, Foden,
Merle E. Frampton.
Ave., Detroit, Mich., abt. 14,300; Man,, W. E. August Post, 58 West 57th St., N. Y. City; Sec..
Harry T. Rogers, 284 Windser Pl., Brooklyn, N.Y. Automobile Manufacturers Association (1913), New B'nai B'rith (1843), 1003 K St., N.W., Washing
Center Bldg.. Second Blvd., Detroit, Mich.; Exec. ton, D. C.; 150.000; Sec., Maurice Bisgyer.
N. Y. City: 22,000; Sec., Lawrence White. Automobile Merchants Ass'n of New York (1922) Boiler Makers' Association, Master (1902), 29 Park
(formed in 1909 as Auto. Dealers Ass'n): 224 West wood St., Albany, N. Y.; 430; Sec., Albert F. 57th St., N. Y. City: 214; Gen. Man., H.G. Brage.
Stiglmeier. Automobile Traffic Police, Int'l Ass'n of (1925). Booksellers Association, American (1900), 35 East Florence, Ore.: 8,480: Sec., C. E. Howell.
20th St., N. Y. City: 695; Exec. Sec., Robert M. Aviators, American Federation of (1912), Aviators' Coles. Memorial Resort, Glenada, Ore.; 3,126; Exec.
Botanical Society of America (1906); 1,365: Pres. Sec., C. E. Howell.
Dr. J. T. Buchholz, Dept. of Botany. Univ. of Aztec Club of 1847 (Military Society of the Mexican Illinois, Urgana, Ill; Sec., Dr. P. R. Burkholder, War) (1847), 2015 N St., N.W., Washington, D.
Osborn Botanical Laboratory, Yale Univ., New C.; abt. 200; Sec.. Conway B. Hunt,
Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, American (1919). Bacteriologists, Society of American (1900): 1.600; Southern Bldg., Washington, D. C.; abt. 2,300;
Pres., Dr. O. T. Avery, Rockefeller Institute, 66th Sec.. John J. Riley.
Boxing Ass'n, Nat'l (1920), 462 Indiana Ave., N.W.. Ball Players of America, Ass'n of Professional Washington, D. C; 38 States and 5 Foreign
(1924), 524 So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif.; Commissions; address communications to Execu4,000; Sec., Win Clark, Rm. 404, Lissner Bldg., as tive Secretary. above.
Boy Rangers of America (1913), 630 Fifth Ave.. Bankers Ass'n, American (1875), 22 East 40th St., N. Y. City; Pres., Edward W. France. N. Y. City: 14,000; Sec., Richard W. Hill.
Boy Scout Foundation of Greater N. Y. (1922), 120 Bankers Ass'n of America, Investment (1912), 33 West 42d St., N. Y. City: 50,725; Sec., Perry A. So. Clark St., Chicago, Ill.: 670; Exec. Sec., Alden
Lint. H. Little.
Boy Scouts of America (1910), 2 Park Ave., N. Y. Banking, American Institute of (1900), 22 East 40th City: over 1.500,000; Chief Scout Exec., James
St., N. Y. City; 69,758; Sec., Floyd W. Larson. E. West. Baptist Home Mission Society, American (1832), 212
Boys' Clubs of America (1906), 381 Fourth Ave., N. Fifth Ave., N. Y. City: Exec. Sec., Rey. G. Pitt Y. City; 352 member organizations, address all Beers.
communications to the Executive Director. Baptist Board of Education (1910). 152 Madison Brewers' Association, U. S. (1862), 21 E. 40th St., Ave., N. Y. City: Exec. Sec., Rev. Whitney S. K.
N. Y, C.; 225; Sec., C. D. Williams. Yeaple,
Bridge League, American Contract (1927). Park Baptist Young People's Union of America (1891). Central Hotel, N. Y. City: abt. 10,000; address
203 No. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.: 250,000; Gen. all communications to the Executive Secretary. Sec., Edwin Phelps.
Brith Abraham, Ind. Order (1887), 37 Seventh St., Bar Association (see Lawyers' Ass'n, N. Y. County). N. Y. City: 55.000: Grand Sec., Max L. Hollander. Bar Association, National (1925). 14 E. Pleasant Brith Sholom, Ind. Order (1905), 506 Pine St.,
St., Baltimore, Md.; 1,400; Sec., George W. Philadelphia, Pa.: 12,000; Grand Sec., Louis I.
of (1923), 1626 K St. born St., Chicago, Ill.; 32.000; address all com- N.W., Washington, D. C.; Act. Sec., C. E. munications to the secretary.
Arney, Jr. Bar Association, Bronx County (1902), 851 Grand Broadway Association (1911). Fisk Bldg., Broadway
Concourse, The Bronx, N. Y. City: Sec., David at 57th St., N. Y. City: 1.000; Man. Dir., Henry Stein.
G. Fargel. Bar Association, Brooklyn (1889), 123 Remsen St., Bronx Board of Trade (1894), 349 East 149th St.,
Brooklyn, N, Y.: 850; Sec.. John P. McGrath, The Bronx, N. Y.; 1.875; Exec. Sec., William E. Bar Association, Federal (1920), Columbian Bldg., Matthews
416 Fifth Ave., N. W.. Washington, D. C.: 1,200; Brookings Institution (1927), 722 Jackson Pl.. N.W.. Sec.. David S. Davison.
Washington, D. C.; Sec., Elizabeth H. Wilson. Bar Association, N. Y. State (1876), 90 State St., Brotherhood of America (1847). 2410 Frankford
Albany, N. Y.; 4.900; Şec., Charles W. Walton. Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; 3,000; Sec., C. A. Leng, Bar of the City of N. v. Ass'n of the (1870). 42 Box 3641, Kens. Station, Philadelphia, Pa.
West 44th St., N, Y, City: 3,831; Sec., Charles H. Building and Loan League, U. S. (1892), 333 No. Strong.
Michigan Ave., Chicago, ni.; 4,000; Exec. Vice Belgian American Educational Foundation (1920), Pres., Morton Bodfish.
420 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: 102: Pres. and Building Trades Employers' Association (1905). 2
Sec., Perrin C. Galpin: Chmn., Edgar Rickard. Park Ave., N. Y. City: 800; Sec., William G.
N. Y. City (1874), 5 East 48th St., N, Y. City: Bus Operators--(see Motor Bus Operators).
Business Men's Ass'n, Nat'l Small (1937). Akron,
Business Paper Editors, National Conference of Bible Society, American (1816), 450 Park Ave., N. (1919), 369 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: 125;
Y. City: abt. 10.000; Rec. Sec., Rev. Francis C. Sec., James G. Lyne, Railway Age, 30 Church
St., N. Y. City.
594; Sec., Prof. John W. Flight, Haverford Col- Ave., N. Y. City: 132: Exec. Vice Pres., Stanley
Cancer, American Soc. for the Control of (1913),
Canners Association, Nat'l ' (1907). 1739 H St. Big Brother Movement (1904), 314 Fourth Ave., N, N.W., Washington, D. C.; 835; Sec., Frank E. Y. City: 952; Sec., Joseph H. McCoy.
Capital Punishment. Amer. League to Abolish Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Association of
(1925), 124 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: Dir., Consulting (1928), 50 East 41st st., N. Y. City: Miss Vivian Pierce.
Exec. Sec., Robert T. Baldwin.
P. I.); 1028 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, St., Chicago, Ill.; Sec., Nathaniel Leverone.
W. Washington St., Chicago, Ill.; Sec., Mrs.
Ave., N. Y. City; abt. 15.000; Sec., Courtenay Carnegie Corporation of New York (1911), 522 Dinwiddie.
Fifth Ave., N. Y. City; address communications Child Welfare League of America (1920), 130 East to the secretary.
22nd St., N. Y. City; 170; Exec. Dir. Howard Carnegie Endowment for International Peace W. Hopkirk. (1910). 700 Jackson Pl., N.W., Washington. Children of the American Revolution, Nat'l Soc.
D. C.; address communications to the secretary. of the (1895), Memorial Continental Hall, WashCarnegie Foundation for the Advancement of ington, D. C.; abt. 12,000; Nat'l Corr. Sec.. Mrs.
Teaching (1905). 522 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City; Harrison Lingo. address communications to the secretary.
Children, N. Y. Society for the Prevention of Carnegie Hero Fund Commission (1904), 2307 Oliver Cruelty to (1875), 2 East 105th St., N. Y. City:
Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.; address communications Gen. Man., John F. Smithers. to the secretary.
Children's Aid Society of N. Y. (1853), 105 East Carnegie Institution of Washington (1902), 16th 22nd St., N. Y. City; Exec. Dir., Arthur Huck. and P Sts., N.W., Washington, D. C.; address Children's Village, The (1851). Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.: communications to the executive officer.
400 children; Exec. Dir., Harold F. Strong. Casualty Actuarial Society (1914), 90 John St., China Society of America (1913). 570 Lexington N. Y. City: 305; Sec.. Richard Fondiller.
Ave., N. Y. City; 300; Sec., Florence Broesler, Catholic Actors Guild of America (1914), Hotel Chinese Women's Association (1932), 311 Fifth
Astor, N. Y. City; 1,200: Pres., George M. Cohan; Ave., N. Y. City; 305; Sec., Miss Wing-ling Exec. Sec., George Buck.
Wang. Catholic Benevolent Legion, Supreme Council Chiropractic Ass'n, Nat'l (1930). Webster City.
(1881), 186 Remson St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; 2,917: Iowa: 3,125: Exec. Sec., Dr. L. M. Rogers, 814 Sup. Sec., Cornelius O'Leary.
Des Moines St., as above. Catholic Knights of America (1877), 4 No. 8th St., Christian Endeavor, Int'l Soc. of (1881), 41 Mt.
St. Louis, Mo., 12,525; Sec., Norman E. Patrick. Vernon St., Boston, Mass.: over 4,000,000; Exec. Catholic Men, Nat'l Council of (1920), Washington, Sec. Carroll M. Wright,
D. C.; Nat'l Sec., Daniel E. Morrissey, Conway Church Boards of Education-(see Education, Bldg., Chicago, Ill.
Council of). Catholic Welfare Conference, Nat'l (1919), 1312 Church and Mission Federation, Brooklyn (1829),
Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C.; 285 Scherinerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; 1,500;
Gen. Sec., Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Ready. Rev. J. Henry Carpenter.
Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D. C.: City: Gen. Sec., Rev. Henry A. Atkinston.
ference of). Catholic Writers Guild of America (1920), 128 Churches of Christ in America, Federal Council of
West 71st St., N. Y. City: 300; Sec., Eleanor M. the (1908), 297 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City: Gen. Tucker.
Sec., Rev. Samuel McCrea Cavert, D.D. Catholic Youth Organization (1909), 35 East 51st Churches, Greater New York Fed. of (1895), 71
St., N. Y. City: Archdiocesan Director, Rev. West 23d St., N. Y. City; Gen. Sec., Dr. Robert Harold S. Engel.
W. Searle. Central Mercantile-(see Mercantile Ass'n).
Churches, World Alliance for Int'l Friendship Ceramic Society, American (1899), 2525 No. High Through the (1914), 70 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City
St., Columbus, Ohio; 1.839 members, 580 sub- Gen. Sec., Henry A. Atkinson. scribers: Gen. Sec., Ross C. Purdy.
Citizens Budget Commission (1932), 51 East 42d Chamber of Commerce, Borough of Queens (1911). St., N. Y. City: Sec.. Henry J. Amy.
24-16 Bridge Plaza South, L. I. City, N. Y.; 800 Citizens Union of the City of N. Y. (1897), 41 Park Exec. Sec., P. W. Moore.
Row, N. Y, City: 5,500; address communications Chamber of Commerce, Bronx (1914). 260 East to the secretary.
161st St., The Bronx, N. Y.; 1,100; Exec. Sec.. Citizenship, Nat'l League for American (1913), 405 John E. Gannon.
Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: 800; Exec. Dir., Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn (1918), 26 Court Sidney Eckstein.
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; 1,500; Exec. Vice-Pres.. City Managers' Association, Int'l (1914). 1313 East H. E. Galvin.
both St., Chicago, Ill.; 650; Exec. Dir., Clarence Chamber of Commerce, Flushing (1938), 39-01 Main E. Ridley.
St., Flushing, N. Y.; Exec. Sec., Haynes Trebor. Civic Federation, Nat'l (1900), 112 Park Ave., N. Y. Chamber of Commerce of the State of N. Y. (1768), City: Sec., Mrs. Ralph M. Easley.
65 Liberty St., N. Y. City: limited to 2,500; Sec., Civic Service Clubs Executive, Ass'n of (1929), Rm. B. Colwell Davis, Jr.
1506. 84 William St., N. Y. City: 200; Pres., James Chamber of Commerce, Staten Island (1895), 57 N. MacLean.
Bay St., St. George, Staten Island; 400; Sec.. Civil Engineers-(see Engineers, Amer. Soc. of). Art O. Hedquist.
Civil Liberties Union, American (1921), 170 Fifth Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. of A. (1912). Ave., N. Y. City: 6,000; Sec., Lucille B. Milner.
1615 H St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; organiza- 145 East 92nd St., N. Y. City. tion members, 1.535; individual and associate Civil Service Beform League, Nat'l (1881), 67 members, 10,004; Sec., Ralph Bradford.
West 44th St, N. Y. City: 2.500; Exec. Sec., Chamber of Commerce, The Uptown (1896). 271 H Eliot Kaplan.
West 125th St., N. Y. City; abt. 525; Exec. Sec.. Civitan International (1920), 800 Farley Bldg.. Matthew J. Eder.
Birmingham, Ala.; 6,000Sec., Arthur Cundy. Charities Aid Association, State (1872), 105 East Classical League, American (1919), N. Y. Úni.
22nd St., N. Y. City; abt. 10,000; Sec., Homer versity. Washington Sq. East, N. Y. City; 4,000; Folks.
Sec., Rollin H. Tanner Charity Organization Society of the City of N. Y. Clearing House Ass'n, N. Y. (1853), 77 Cedar St.. -(see Community Service Soc. of N. Y.)
N. Y. City; 200; Man., Edward L. Beck. Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle (1878). Cocoa Exchange, N. Y. (1925), 92 Beaver St., N. Y.
Chautauqua, N. Y.: 850,000; Dir., Julius King, City: address communications to the secretary. Checker Ass'n, American (1907), 664 Columbus Coffee and Sugar Exchange, N. Y. (1882), 66
Ave., Benton Harbor, Mich., Pres.. W. E. Thomis, Beaver St., N, Y. City: 344; Supt., A. D. Corbett. as above
College Association, Near East (1919), 50 West 50th Chemical Engineers (see Engineers, Amer. Inst. St., N. Y. City; 6 colleges: Sec., Albert W. Staub. ol).
College Entrance Examination Board (1900), 431 Chemical Society, American (1876), 1155 16th St., West 117th St., N. Y. City; 67: Exec. Sec., Prof.
N.W., Washington, D. C.; 28,356; Sec., Charles George W. Mullins. L. Parsons, American Chemical Society Bldg., College Publicity Association, American (1917); as above
554; Pres., W. Emerson Reck, Colgate University, Chemists, American Institute of (1923), 233 Broad- Hamilton, N. Y.; Sec. Treas., Russell Alexander.
way. N. Y. City: 1.800; Sec., Howard S. Neiman De Pauw Univ., Greencastle. Ind.
Pres.. Dr. Rudolph J. Anderson, Sterling Tower, St., Philadelphia, Pa.: 51 regular. 18 associate
Colleges, American Ass'n of Junior (1920). 730
Jackson Pl., Washington, D. C.; 424 institutions: Credit Association, Nat'l Retail (1912), 1218 Olive Sec., Dr. Walter C. Eells.
St., St. Louis, Mo., 16,639; Gen. Man. - Treas., Colleges, Association of American (1915), 19 West L. S. Crowder; Sec., Arthur H. Hert.
44th St., N. Y, City; 564. Exec. Dir. Guy E. Credit Bureaus of N. Y. State, Associated (1926); Snavely.
40; Pres., G. Winthrop, 74 Broadway, Nyack, Colleges and Universities, Ass'n of Land Grant N. Y.; Sec., Jane G. McAuliffe. 211 E Seneca
(1887); Chmn.. Exec. Committee, Dr. T. O. St.. Ithaca, N. Y.
Heimann, Colleges, Nat'l Conference of Church-Related Credit Men's Association, N. Y. (1895). 354 Fourth ) (1934), 744 Jackson Pl., N.W., Washington, D.C.; Ave., N. Y. City: 2.200; Exec. Man., C. L. Riegel,
381 Colleges and Universities (Protestant and Crime Detection Laboratory of New Jersey (1933). Catholic); Gen. Sec.. Gould Wickey.
872 Sheridan Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.; Sec., Herbert Collegiate Schools of Business, American Ass's of G. Steffens.
(1916); 55 member schools; Pres., Dean C. C. Crippled Children, Nat'l Society, Elyria, Ohio; Fichtner, Univ, of Ark., Fayetteville, Ark.: Sec.
Sec., E. Jay Howenstine. Treas., Dean Herluf V. Olsen, Amos Tuck School, Crippled Children, Walter Scott Foundation for the Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.
Aid of (1899). 55 West 68th St., N, Y. City: 174: Colonial Dames of America (1890), 421 East 61st Sec.. Mrs. Alton Brooks Parker.
St., N. Y. City: 1.450; Sec., Mrs. Norman F. Cryptogram Association, American (1932), Burton, Lovett.
Ohio; 625; Pres., E. E. Alden, 189 Montcalm Dr.. Colonial Dames of America, Nat'l Society of the Rochester, N. Y.; Sec., Joseph O. Stofer, 39 (1891), Dunbarten House, 2715 Que St., Wash
Birchwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio. ington, D. C. 12,955: address all communica- Curb Exchange, N. Y. (1929); form. N. Y. Curb tions to the corresponding Secretary.
Agency, 1908; N. Y. Curb Market, 1911; 86 Colonial Sons and Daughters (1920). 457 West 57th Trinity Pl., N. Y, City: 550 regular, 255 associate St., N. Y. City: 270, Gov.-Gen., E. Frye Barker.
members; Pres., George P. Rea; Sec., Charles E. Colonial Wars, Gen. Soc. of (1920); 3.500; Sec.
McGowan. Edgar F. Waterman, 196 Beacon St.. Boston. Dairymen's League Cooperative Association (1919). Mass.
11 West 42d št., N. Y. City; 30,246; Sec., L. A. Colonization Society, American (1916), 514-6 Colo
Chapin. rado Bldg., Washington, D. C.; Sec., Paul
Daughters of America (1891), 1002 Home Savings Sieman.
& Loan Bldg., Youngstown, Ohio; abt. 150.000; Colored People, Nat'l Association for the Advance- Sec., Max C. Roth.
ment of (1909). 69 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City; abt. Daughters of the American Revolution, Nat'l Soc. 100,000; Pres., Arthur B. Spingarn; Sec., Walter
(1890)..Memorial Continental Hall, Washington, White
D, C.: 143,817: Corr. Sec. Gen., Mrs. Elizabeth Columbia University Alumni Federation (1909).
M. Cox Alumni House, Columbia University, N. Y. City: Daughters of the Cincinnati (1894); 325: Sec., 8.000; Exec. Sec., Clarence E. Lovejoy.
Mrs. Bouvier Scott, 765 Park Ave., N. Y. City. Commerce and Industry Ass'n of N. Y. (form.
Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America, Merchants Ass'n of N. Y.) (1897), 233 Broadway.
Nat'l Soc. (1898), 1828 Eye St., N.W., WashingN. Y. City; 3.200; Sec., Thomas J. Miley, Rm.
ton, D. C.; 2.000; Sec., Mrs. John T. Gardner. 942, as above.
R.F.D. 2, East Greenwich, R. I. Commercial Law-(see Law League).
Daughters of Isabella, Nat'l Circle (1897), 375 Commercial Travelers of America-(see Travelers
Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn.; 50.000; Nat'l of America).
Sec., Miss Mary F. Riley. Community Chests and Councils (1918), 155 East
Daughters of the King (1885), 150 Fifth Ave., N. Y. 44th St., N. Y. City: 373: Exec. Vice-Pres.. Allen
City: 5,000; Sec., Miss Lillian J. Soper, 6407 42d T. Burns.
St., N.W., Washington, D. C. Community Councils of the City of N. Y. (1919). Daughters of 1912. Nat'l Society of U. S. (1892). 110 East 42nd St., N. Y. City: 20.000; Exec. Sec.,
1461 Rhode Island Ave., N.W.. Washington, Frederick E. Comiskey. Jr.
D. C.; Sec.. Mrs. Lloyd DeWitt Smith. 731 Grand Community Service Society of N. Y. (1939) (form,
Marais Blvd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Ass'n for Improving the condition of the Poor, Daughters of the Revolution, Nat'l Society (1891), 1843, and Charity Organization Society of N. Y.,
Graybar Bldg., 420 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City: 1882); Exec. Dir., Stanley P. Davies.
Sec., Mrs. Anthony Conrad Eiser. Compensation Insurance Rating Board (1914). 125
Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War Park Ave., N. Y. City: 76; Gen. Man., Henry D. (1885), 1326 18th St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; Sayer; Sec., George A, Dierauf.
35,000; Sec.-Treas., Miss Grace Hurd. Concrete Institute, American (1905). 408 New
Deal, American Ass'n to Promote the Teaching of Center Bldg., Detroit, Mich.; 1.706; Sec. - Treas.,
Speech to the (1890, Volta Bureau, 1537 35th St. Harvey Whipple.
N.W., Washington, D. C.; 2.200; Sec., T. C. Confederate Veterans, United (1889), 1528 Lower
Forrester, Rochester School for the Deaf. line St., New Orleans, La.; Ass't to Adjt. Gen.,
Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. W. B. Kernan.
Deaf, Conference of Executives of American Schools Congregational Association, American (1853). 14
for the (1868). Frederick, Md.: 80; Pres., Percival Beacon St. Boston, Mass.; 112; Sec., Thomas Hall Litt, Gallaudet College, Washington, D. C.; Todd.
Chmn., Exec. Committee, Ignatius Bjorlee, School Congregation Christian Churches of the U. S. of A., for Deaf, as above.
General Council of (1931)---when the Nat'i Deaf. Convention of American Instructors of the Council of Congregational Churches, est. 1871.
(1850); 1.000; Pres., Dr. C. J. Settles, Sch. for merged with the General Convention of the Deal, St. Augustine, Fla.; Sec., Burton Driggs, Christian Churches, est. 1819: 287 Fourth Ave.,
Sch. for Deal, Gooding. Idaho. N. Y. City; 1,058,807; Minister and Secretary.
DeMolay, Order of (1919), 201 E. Armour Blvd.. Rev. Douglas Horton; General Council. Michael Kansas City, Mo., 1,500,000; Sec.-Gen., Frank J. Thomas
S. Land. Congress of Industrial Organizations (1935). 1106 Dental Association, American (1859), 212 E. SuConnecticut Ave., Washington, D. C.; 5.000.000: perior St., Chicago, Ill.; 50,000: Sec.. Dr. H. B. Pres., Philip Murray; Sec., James B. Carey.
Pinney. Consulting Engineers (see Engineers, American
Design, Beaux-Arts Institute of (1916). 304 E. 44th Inst. of).
St., N. Y. City: 251; Sec., Kenneth K. Stowell Consumers League, National (1899), 114 East 32nd Disabled American Veterans of World War (1921)
St., N. Y. City: 3,000; Sec., Hyman Schroeder. 2840 Melrose Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio; approx. Consumers League of N. Y. (1891), 215 Fifth Ave., 45.000; Nat'l Adjt., Vivian D. Corbly.
N. Y. City: 2.000; Exec. Sec., Mrs. Helena P. Down Town Association (1860), 60 Pine St., N. Y. Gans.
City: 1,206, Sec., Alfred Ely. Contract Bridge--(see Bridge League).
Dragan, Imperial Order of the (Miiltary) (1900) Cooperative League of the U. S. A. (1916), 608 St. Grand Custodian of Archives, Edw. R. Leigh.
Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill., and 167 East 12th St.. Lake Ave., Chews, N. J.
Dramatics Guild of the Authors League of America Bowen, Chicago address.
(1921). 6 East 39th St., N. Y. City: 2.265: Sec. Cost Accountants (see Accountants, Nat'l).
Richard Rodgers. Cotton Association, American (Better Farming Druggists Association, Nat'l Wholesale (1882), 330
Campaign) (1922). 516 Chamber of Commerce W. 42nd St., N. Y. City: 211 active, 433 associate.
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.; Man. Dir., Harvie Jordan. 20 complimentary. 2 honorary: Exec. Vice-Pres. Cotton Exchange, N. Y. (1871), 60 Beaver St., N. Y. & Sec., E. L. Newcomb. City: 450: Sec., Tinney C. Figgatt.
Druids, United Ancient Order of -Supreme Grove, Cotton Manufacturers, Nat'l Association of (1854). U. S. A. (London, England. 1781: U. S.. 1832):
80 Federal St., Boston, Mass.; abt. 450: Pres. & Sup. Sec., chas. G. N. Geider, 29 So. Delaware Sec., Russell T. Fisher.
8. Indianapolis, Ind