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Fifty-fifth session. Proceedings Officers and List of Members

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The American Association of Anatomists has lcat-Iied, with
deep sorrow and a lieen sc'nse of ii*reparahlcloss, of tlie death
from coronary thrombosis, oil Fchi.uar.y 9, 1939, of Professor
James Playfair. IlcRlurrich, oiic of its most clistiiiguished
members, loiig active in tlic Association and an honored
foismer president. He liad been a member of the Association
since its second meeting, lielcl in 1889 i n l'liiladclphia at the
home of Dr. Harrison Allen.
Professor AlcBIurricli was horii at Toroiito, Canada, October 16, 1859. H e mati.iculated from ITpper Canada College,
then at the University of Toronto obtained tlic degree of B.A.
before his twentieth birthday, followed by the R1.A. 2 years
later. Following this at ,Johns Hopkins University he obtained the degree of P1i.D. The honorary degi-ee of LL.D.
was later awarded by tlie Uiiivei-sities of RLicliigan, Cinciiiiiati aiid Toronto.
His early academic career mas noted f o r numerous changes
and a rapid rise. H e was successively Profcssor of Biology,
Guelpli Agricultural College ; Instructor in ~ I a m m a l i a nAnatomy, Joliiis Hopliins Uiiiversity ; Professor of Biology, Havcrford College ; Docent arid Assistant Professor of Ariinial
Alorphology, Clark Uiiivci.sity ; Professor of Biology, University of Cincinnati. Tlic variety of positioiis is evidence
of his versatility and scliolarsliip.
In 1894 a radical change in liis career derelopctl. ill'tcr
previously refusing a request from atiotlier University lie
Resolution prepared f o r tlie F i f t y - f i f t h Session of the Anicriwii Associ:~tioii
of Anatomists, conrcned at Harraid Medical School, Boston, Mass., April 6 t o 8 ,
19311.
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received a second iiivitatioii to occupy tlie chair ill Anatomy,
this time from the University of hlichigan, which he accepted.
H e was here until 1907 when lie finally returned to his alma
mater as Professor of Anatomy, University of Toronto. This
latter position he licld until liis retirement in 1930, at age 70,
a s Professor Emeritus.
1x1 Toronto Professor RLcAlurricli took ail active part in
the encouragement and development of research aiid was instrumeil tal in f o m d i n g tlie School of Graduate Studies, of
which lie was the horiored first dean for the 8 years preceding
his retirement.
He was a brilliant anatomist, and took a large share in
advancing this science. IIe liad a remarkable breadth of view
and understanding, heightened by his long biological training.
With all his teaching duties lie combined an intense interest
in research, arid produced a total of 107 publications, among
which are a series of papers on the Actiuiaria, sea-anemones,
on wliich he was a n authority. All such specimens from the
a
were referred to liim. His work
Siboga deep s ~ expedition
on the phylogeny of the musclcs of tlie limbs is famous. H e
was also a noted cmbryologist.
Professor Mclllurrich coi~ti*ibutedmuch as an author. R e
wrote t ~ 7 owidely used textbooks, Iiivcrtehrate &loi~phology,
arid the Development of tlic Human Body, edited tlie Sobottahichlurrich Atlas of Human Aiistomy, aiid the fourth edition
of Morris7 Human Aiiatomy. H e wrote also the sectioris on
the muscular arid vascular systems in Piersol’s Human Anatomy, while “Leonard0 da Viiici-the Anatomist )’ was a notable publication of his later years.
Professor l\lcMurrich’s talents brouglit liim mucli fame and
prominence. H e was President of the Society of Naturalists,
1907, Amcvicaii Association of Anatomists, 1908, the American Association for the Advancement of Scieiicc, 1922, and
the Royal Society of Canada, 1922. H e also held office in the
American Society of Zoologists and the Canadian Institute,
and was a member of the Royal Microscopical Society, the
American Pliilosopliical Society, London Zoological Society,
Academy of Natural Scieiices, arid the Osler Club.
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His high scientific attainments and breadth of vision made
liiiri a valuable executive of the Rlariiie Biological Laboratory,
Woods Hole, the Advisory Board of The Wistar Institute of
Anatomy, the North American Committee on Fisheries Investigation arid the Biological Board of Canada, of which
latter lie was chairman. His interest in fisheries was keen
aiid led t o the publication of much x s e a r c h work on the
salmon of the Pacific Coast. R c was the distinguished official
representative of Canada at the Pan-Pacific Congress in 1923
at Sydney, Australia.
Professor NcMurricli ’s knowledge and scholarship were
profound arid extended to many subjects far beyond his professional field. His memory arid keen insight were both truly
remarkable and a source of wonder arid admiration to all who
knew him. But his scientific interests did not warp his life
arid render him one-sided in development. He had many
attractive social graces, possessed many friends and took a n
interest in liis clubs, liis recreation, especially golf, and
in his church. H e was kindly and human, stimulating his
staff aiid his students.
H e was much attached to the two fraternities to which he
belonged, Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Iledical Society, and
Nu Sigma Nu Medical Fraternity. I n the latter he was for
2 years President of the Honorary Council and received the
rare Order of Merit.
F o r many years Professor IllcMurricli was interested in the
history of Anatomy and of Medicine. He never ceased to
study, to investigate and to write, and was still active up to
the day of his death. His mind was an intensely powerful
driving force which stimulated him to continually new efforts
arid t o the learning and mastery of new subjects.
I n 1882 he married hliss Katie 11. Vickers and for 50 years
tlicy spent a long and happy life together. A son and
claughter survive him.
Professor McMurrich’s life was full, his 80 years were
gloriously complete aiid the memory of his great ability, marvellous industry, intcgrity, and kindliness remain with us
as a n inspiration.
James C. TVatt
C. M. Jackson
E. Home Craigir
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PROCEEDINGS O F T H E AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
O F ANA'L'ORIISTS
FIFTY-FIF T H SESSION
Haruard Medical Sclcool, Boston, Mass.
April 6, 7 mid 8 , 1939
The Fifty-fifth meeting of the Association, hy invitation of
Boston University, Harvard TTniversity axid Tufts College,
was held in the buildiiigs of the Harvard Medical School
Thursday April 6, Friday April 7, and Saturday April 8,
1939. The Local Committee coiisisted of Alexander S. Begg,
John Lewis Bremer, Allan 1,. Grafflin, Frederic T. Lewis,
Benjamin Spector, Harold L. Weatherford, and George R.
Wislocki, Chairman.
B tt oqi dan re.
Association members
Non-members
Total registered
429
230
Out of town
199
Local
RESViUF: O F SCIEN'I'IE'IC
355
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PROGRAM
The Fifty-fifth Session of the American Association of
Anatomists w7as inaugurated by the simultaneous openiiig of
three concurrent sessions, called to order respectively by
President Stephen W. Railsoil, Vice-President Albert Iiuntz
and Executive Committee Member Wayne J. Atwell, at 10.00
A.M.
A total of 124 papers was scheduled, of which four were
withdrawn. The 120 papers mere read in three coiicurrent
sessions arranged as follows: 10.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. and
3.00 to 5.00 P.M. Thursday; 9.30 -4.~.to 12.30 P.M. F r i d a y ;
arid 9.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. Sataiday. Each speaker was permitted a maximum of 1 2 minutes. There ~17ei-efifty-five demonstrations scheduled 2.00 to 5.30 P.M. Friday ; and five motion
picture reels shown 4.00 to 6.00 P.M. Friday.
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A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
The presidential address, delivered by President S. W.
Ranson on Thursday 2.02 to 3.00 P.M., was entitled: “The
hypothalamus a s a thermostat regulating body temperature. ”
The scientific sessions closed with a n invitation program on
Saturday 2.00 to 4.30 P.M., a t wliicli the following addresses
were given:
Professor George W. Corner: “Sus, Mus, and Rliesus, n rctroqpxt of twentyfive years.”
l’rofessor Edgar Allen : “ Some recent studies of rcproduetion and associated
endocrines. ’ ’
Dr. Carl G. Hartiiinn: “Studies on reprodiiction in the inonkey and their
bearing on gyuecologg and :mthropology. ”
Bnnqicot. At tlie annual hanquet of tlie Association held on
Friday evening, April ’itli, President Ranson, as toastmaster,
introduced the speakers. Dw. Walter B. Cannon, an invited
guest, spoke on the relation hetweeii anatomy and physiology ;
Dr. Fredwic T. TJewis gave ail illustrated talk on “Coloriial
histology in Boston”; Dr. R. E. Scanimori reviewed the life
of Charles Sedgwick Miriot; Dr. George R. Ninot, an invited
guest, gave personal reminiscences of liis uncle, Charles
Redgwick lfiriot; and Dr. R. R. Rensley spoke briefly i n lieu
of a prepared talk on “ A Century of Histology.”
BTJBINESS SESSIONS
T~IURSDAY,
APRIL 6, 1939
2.00 P.M. President Ranson announced the appointmcrit of
tlie following committees :
,4 zrditikzg Cowzmittcc : Professor Alcxantler R. Begg, Chairman, Professor Harold Cummins.
Nonziianting Cloinwaitt(7C f o r 1.940: Prof. George R. Wislocki,
Chairman, Prof. Wayne J . -4twell, Prof. Bradley 11. Patten.
FRIDAY,AIWL 7, 1939
12.30 P.M. Principal business session, President Stephen
IFT. Ranson in the chair. The Secretary-Treasurer reported
that tlie minutes of tlie Fifty-fourth Session were printed in
The Anatomical Record, vol. 71, no. 1 (supplement no. l ) ,
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pp. 1-45, but that they required the follow7ing correction: the
item “ CORBIN, KENDALL B., K D . , Associate Professor
of Anatomy, [Jniversity of T e m e s s c e , Memphis, Tenn.”,
occurring on page 4 and again o n page 22 should read:
“CORBIK, KENDALL B., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy,
,
since Dr.
Stanford University, Stanford U i & ~ ~ r s i t yCalif.”
Corbin’s appointment at Tennessee did not take effect until
September 1938. On motion, duly made and seconded, the
minutes, thus amended, were approved a s printed.
Report of the Treasurer: The Secretary-Treasurer made
the follow~ingreport for the year 1938:
Pinancia1 statement f o r year 1936
Balance on hand in checking account, December 31, 1937,
last audit of accounts ................................
Receipts from dues and abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$808.33
748.84
Total credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expenditures, 1938 :
Postage, stationery, supplies, and iniscel. ..
..................................
Printing . . . .
Programs, 54th Meeting . . . . . . . . .
Secretarial assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Travelling expenses, Secretary . . .
Wistar Institute (abstracts) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Local Committee (54th Meeting) .
............
Leidy Committee, Medals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Union of Biological Societies . . . . .
First National Bank (collection fees, returned check) . . . . . .
$1557.37
99.46
74.32
151.00
27.00
39.00
148.00
150.00
30.00
10.00
1.30
Total expenditures . . . . . .
730.08
Balance on hand December 31, 1938, and deposited in the
name of the American Association of Anatomists i n the
First National Bank, Philadelphia, P a . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Interest Account no. 19439, Lincoln-Alliance
Ba.lance December 31, 1937 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interest t o April 20, 1938
....
Transfcrred t o Interest Ac
ional
Bank, I’hiladelphia, deposited April 25, 1938 . . . . . . . . . .
Interest . . . . . . .
$ 827.29
659.00
3.29
~
662.39
7.08
~
Balance December
~~~
.............
669.37
~~~~~~~
~~
$1496.66
It will b e noted t h a t the checking account gained $18.76 and the Special Account
gained $10.3T, making a total gain f o r the year of $29.13.
T H E A N A T O X I C I L R E C O R D , VOTi.
74, NO. 1 A N D SUPPI,.
NO.
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
R e p o r t of t h e Aiiditiizg C o m m i t t e e : Professor Begg reported as follows :
" The undersigned Auditing Committee has examined the
accounts of the Secretary-Treasurer for the year 1938, and
finds total receipts reported to be those entered in the Journal,
expenditures in accordance with receipted bills, and the balance 011 hand December 31, 1938 in agreement with the bank
statement of that date and pass book of Special Account."
(Signed) A. S . Begg,
Harold Cummins.
On motion, duly seconded, the reports of the Treasurer and
of the Auditing Committee were accepted and adopted.
Electioiz of Oficers : Professor George L. Streeter, Chairman of the Committee on Nominations for 1939, of which the
other two members were B. C. H. Harvey and P. E. Smith,
placed the following nominations before the Association :
F o r Second Vice-President, to fill, f or the one year remaining, the vacancy created by the untimely death of T. Wingate
Todd : Robert Chamhers ; for Members of the Executive Committee, f o r the term expiring i n 1943, as specified in the Constitution: Stacy R. Guild and Edward A. Boyden.
On motion, seconded and carried, the Secretary was instructed to cast a ballot for the election of the above-named
nominees.
Electioiz of Representatives : The Secretary then read, on
behalf of the Executive Committee, the following nominations :
Representative on the Commission for Standardization of
Biological Stains : Professor H. E. J ordan ; Representatives
on the Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Professors Eben J. Carey and R. C. Baker.
The persons proposed were duly elected, each to serve for
1 year, a s specified in the Orders of the Association.
New Members: The Secretary presented the following
thirty-nine names of persons recommended by the Executive
Committee for election to membership in the Association, the
names iii parentheses indicating the sponsors :
PROCEEDINGS
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ASHLEY-MONTAGU, MONTAGUE
FRANCIS,
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Hahnenzann Medacal College and Hospztal, 235 N o r t h 1 5 t h St., Phtladelphza,
Pa. (H. M. Evans, E. R. Clark.)
BEAXS,HAROLDW., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology, S t a t e University of
Iowa, I o w a City, Iowa. (H. L. Weatherford, F. T. Lewis.)
BENNETT,
GEORGEA., M.D., Associate in Anatomy, Danzel B a u g h I n s t i t u t e o f
A n a t o m y , Jefferson Medacal College, Phzladelphra, Pa. ( J . P. Schaeffer,
A. J. Ramsay, H. E. Radasch, E. R. Clark.)
BEVELANDER,
GEILRIT,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of Dentistry,
N e w Y o r k Unaverszty, 4?7 Farst Ave., N e w Y o r k Czty. (31. M. Hoskins,
G. J. Noback.)
BREWER,
JOHN
I., Ph.D., Associate in Gynecology, Northnestern University Medi
cal School and St. Luke’s Hospital, Ohicago, 104 S . LliachLgan, Clazcago. 111.
( S . H . Bensley, G. W. Bartelmez.)
BROWMAN,
LUD~IG
G., Ph.D., Instructor in Zoology, Montana S t a t e Universzty,
Massoula, Mont. (C. R. Moore, G. W. Bartelmez.)
CAMERON,
JOHN
A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Unkuersity of Mzssouri,
Lefevre Hall, Columbza, Mo. (M. D. Overholser, L. J. Wells.)
CASEY, ALBERT E., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology,
Louzszana State Unzversity School of Nediczne, New Orleans, La. (B. Halpert, B. I. Burns.)
CLENENTS,LEO, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy ; Member Nebraska Basic
Science Board ; Creaghtow Unzverszt?/ Medzcal School, Omaha, N e b r . (A. G .
Pohlman, W. Bloom.)
DOT’, ROBERTSS., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unrverszty o f
Oregon Medzcal School, Portland, Ore. ( 0 . Larsell, W. F. Allen.)
FARRIS,
EDMOND
J., Ph.D., Associate in Anatomy, I n Charge of Operations,
Wzstar Instztute of A n a t o m y , Woodland Ave. and 36th St., Phdadelphza, Pa.
(H. D. King, E. R. Clark.)
GOMEZ,E. T., Ph.D., Assistant Physiologist, Dzvisaon of Dairy N u t r i t i o n and
Physzology, Bureau of Darry I n d u s t r y , U. S . Department of Agrzculture,
Beltsvzlle, M d .
GORDON,ALBEET S., Ph.D., Instructor in Biology, W a s h i n g t o n Square College,
N e w Pork Unaversrtij, N e w BorS Czty. ( H . A. Charipper, R. Gaunt.)
GRAY, PETE~L,
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, Universzty of Pzttsburgli,
School o f Medzcine, P a t t s b w g h , Pa. (D. Hooker, R. K. Burns.)
HAIR,GENE W., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Universzty of Bzifalo, School of
Medicine, B u f f a l o , N . P. (W. J. Atwell, R. R. Humphrey.)
HERTIG, ARTHURT., M.D., Associate in Pathology and Instructor in Obstetrics,
Harvard Medical School ; Pathologist and Visiting Obstetrician t o Outpatients, Boston Lying in Hospital; Pathologist, Free Hospital f o r Women,
Brookline, Mass.; 931 Longwood Ave., Boston, Mass. ( F . T. Lewis, J. 1,.
Bremer.)
HOLYOKE,EDWARD
A., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Universrty
of Nebraska, College of ,Vediczne, 4Znd and Dewey Ave., Omaha., N e b .
(C. W. M. Poynter, J. S. Latta, W. A. Willard, M. Grodinsk).)
RILLE,FRANK
R., Ph.D.. -4ssistant Professor of Zoology, Swarthmore College,
Swarthmore, Pa. (B. H. Willier, R. K. Burns.)
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KNIGHT,
H. O., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Texas, 8190 Avenue Q.,
Galveston, Tex. (D. Duncan, S. W. Ranson, B. I. Burns, C. C. Macklin,
A. T. Rasniussen.)
LEVENSTEIN, I & V I N G M., Ph.D., Assistant Instructor i n Biology, Washzngton Square
College, N e w York Untversily, N e w York City. ( H . A. Charipper, R. Gaunt.)
MANTER,JOHN
T., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unzverszty of South
Dakota, School of Medzcine, Vermillion, S . Dak. (W. H. Waller, H . Elftman.)
MENKIN,VALY, M.D., Instructor i n Pathology, Harvard Medzcal School, Boston,
Mass. ( F . T. Lewis, J. I,. Bremer.)
MORTON,THONASH., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Niagara Unzverszty,
N i a g a m University, X. P. (W. J. Atvcell, R. R. Humphrey.)
P r N C u s , GmGonY, Sc.D., Visiting Professor of Experimental Zoology, Clark Universaty, Worcester, Mass. (G. B. Wislocki, F. T. Lewis.)
PLISKE,
E D W A R D C., Ph.D., Instructor of Anatomy, Medical School, University o f
N o r t h Carolzna, Chapel HiZl, N . C . (H. Downey, W. C. George.)
REESE, JOHN
D., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, UnivPrsity of Calzfornia, Berkeley,
Calzf. (M. E. Simpson, W. R. Lyons.)
RONCORONI,
ENRIQWE J., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Rosario,
Republic of Argentina. (E. R. Clark, G. H. Scott.)
RoNsTaonr, G. N., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Louisiana S t a t e University, Medical Center, 1514 Tulane Ave., N e w Orleans, La. (B. I. Burns,
0. F. Kampmeier.)
SAWIN,
PAULB., Sc.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, A rnoZd Laboratory, B r o w n
Unzverstty, Providence, R. I . (W. C. Young, E. W. Dempsey.)
ScHAnRER, ERNST,
M.D., Ph.D., Fcllow, Rockefeller Instztute, 6 6 t h S t . and York
Ave., New P o r k City. (C. J. Herrick, G. W. Bartelmez.)
SCHOOLEY,J. P., Ph.D., Research Associate, Department of Genetics, Carnegie
Instatution of W a s l m g t o n , Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N . P. (W. 0.
Nelson, H. 0. Haterius.)
SCHWEIZER,
MALVINA,Mi.D., Instructor in Biology, Washington Square College,
Ncw York University, 50 W e s t 67th St., A-ew Pork City. (H. A. Charipper,
R. Gaunt.)
SELYF,HANS, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Histology, Department of
A n a t o m y , McGill Universzty, Nontreal, Canada. (C. P. Martin, G. W.
Corner.)
SHANKLIN, WILLIA31 &I
Ph.D.,
., Professor of Histology and Neuro-anatomy,
American Universzty of Betrut, Bezrut, Syria. ( G . W. Corner, W. H. F.
Addison. )
SHAPIRO,
HARRY
H., D.M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Coluinbia University, 630
West 168th St., h'ew Y o r k Czty. (S. R. Detwilcr, W. M. Rogers.)
SWINYARD,
C. A., Ph.D., Associate in Anatomy, Medical College of t h e S t a t e of
South Carolina, Charleston, S . C. (A. M. Lassek, A. T. Rasmussen.)
UCTILA,UNTOU., M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, Mass. (1939) ; Dorent in Microscopical Anatomy, Helsznki University,
Silta?;ziorenpenr/er 90, Helsinki, Finland. (G. B. Wislocki, J. L. Bremer.)
WALLS,G. L., Sc.D., Research Associate in Ophthalmology, Ophthalmic Research
L a b o r n t o y . Wa!yne Univrrszty College of Medicinr, 1516 S t . Antoine St.,
Delrozt, Midi. (W. 0. Nelson, H . 0. Hatcrius.)
I’ROCEEDISGS
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YOUNGS~OM
KARL
,
A., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Duke University Seliool
of Medicine, Duke Statzon, Box 3606, D d i a n i , N . C. (F. H. Swett, D. C .
Hetherington.)
On motion, duly seconded, the Secretary was instructed to
cast a ballot for all candidates proposed by the Executive Conimittee.
Members deceased: The Secretary presented the following
statement of the Executive Committee :
T h e Association has suffered grrat loss b y the death,
dzcrivzg t h e year, of wbte members
JOHN
C. HEISLER,
born February 27, 1862, died September 9,
1938. Elected t o membership i n 1898. A Professor of Anatomy at the Medico-Chirurgical College, arid later a t the University of Pennsylvania, author of “Embryology for Medical
Students” a nd “Practical Anatomy.”
HEWSON,
born September 2,1855, died October 27,
ADDINELL
1938. A charter member of the Association, his name appearing in the first published list of members, 1890. Fifth generation of anatomists, second of whom was the noted William
Hewson, who first described the lymphatics of birds and fish.
A surgeon and teacher of Anatomy at Jefferson Medical College, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and Temple Dental School, in Philadelphia. Prominent
in establishing a satisfactory State Anatomical Law in Pennsylvania.
BBRAM
T. KERR,born J a n u a r y 7, 1873, died August 3, 1938.
Elected to membership in 1898. Professor of Anatomy at
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. (A resolution on the
death of Doctor K e r r is published in these minutes.)
PAUL
EUGENE
LINEBACK,
born October 25, 1880, died Februa r y 28, 1939. Elected to membership in 1914. Professor of
Rlicro-anatomy at Emory University, Emory University, Ga.
H e made important contributions to anatomy, was a teacher
of anatomy for 28 years, beloved by all who knew him.
JAMES
P L A Y F A r R ~ ~ ~ I U R Rborn
T C October
H,
15, 1859, died
February 9, 1939. A member of the Association since its
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second meeting in 1889, his name appearing in the first published list of members, 1890. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy
at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. ( A memorial
to Doctor McMurrich appears at the beginning of these transactions, p. 1.)
H. D. SENIOR,born October 30, 1870, died August 6, 1938.
Elected to membership in 1903. Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, College of Xedicine, New York University, New York
City. (A resolution on the death of Doctor Senior is published in these minutes.)
FREDERICK
TILNEY,
born June 4, 1876, died August 7, 1938.
Elected to membership in 1909. Professor of Neurology a i d
Neuro-anatomy, Columbia University. Consultant at several
hospitals, New York City. (A resolution on the death of
Doctor Tilney is published in these minutes.)
TODD,
born January 15, 1885, died December
T. WINGATE
28, 1938. Elected to membership in 1912, Professor of Anatomy, Director of the Hamann Museum, Chairman of the
Brush Foundation, Western Reserve University, Cleveland,
0. (A resolution on the death of Doctor Todd is published
in these minutes.)
HERBERT
H, J T T ~born
~ August
~ ~ 4,
~ 1889,
~ ~died, Januavy
18,1939. Elected to membership in 1921. Professor of Anatomy, University College, London, England, formerly Professor of Anatomy at the University of Adelaide, Australia.
Distinguished anatomist of two continents, who made many
important contributions to anatomy.
Members resigned .- The Secretary aanounced the resignation of the following members :
Tokuyasu Kudo, Niigata, Japan.
T. C. Witherspoon, Pacific Palisades, California.
M e m b e r d r o p p e d : The Secretary announced the following
name dropped from the list of members on account of nonpayment of due for the past 2 years:
Fabio Frassetto, Bologna, Italy.
Number of members: The Secretary presented the following statistics on membership: On March 17, 1939, the Asso-
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ciation had 624 regular members and one honorary member,
a n increase of 24 since the last report, Jlarch 25, 1938. The
39 elected to membership at this meeting increase the total
to 663.
Paymefit t o Local Committee: I n accordance with the policy
adopted by the Association at the Forty-third Session, it was
moved, seconded and voted that the Treasurer be authorized
t o pay the sum of $150.00 from the general funds of the
Association to the local committee on arrangements, to aid
in defraying the cost of entertainment of the Association
during the present meeting.
D u e s f o r tlie year 1939: A recommendation of the Executive Committee, that dues for tlie year 1939 be set a t $1.00 per
member, was adopted by the Association.
Place of n e z t m e e t k g : It was announced on behalf of the
Executive Committee that the next meeting will be held at
Louisville, Kentucky, at the invitation of the University of
Louisville, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 20,
21 and 22, 1940.
National Library o f Peipiug: The Secretary presented a
request f o r books, periodicals and reprints from T. L. Yuan
on behalf of leading Chinese who a r e attempting to build up
a national library at Kunming, Yunnan, China, t o replace
partially the many Chinese libraries which hare been destroyed. H e writes: “Donations of books may be sent to us
care of the International Exchange Service, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, D. C., wliicli makes monthly shipment to China.”
Proposed A m e ~ d m e n tto t h e C o n s t i t t i t i o i l : The Secretary
proposed, in writing, thc following Amendment to tlie Constitution of the Association, approved by the Executive Committee :
To amend Article VI:
(1) by designating tlie present Article : Section 1 of Article
VI ;
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(3) by adding the following sentence, which shall be known
a s Section 2 of Article VI:
“Any member who has paid the aiinual dues f o r
thirty years, o r who has attained the age of sixty-five
years, or who has retired because of illness, may be
relieved from the payment of the annual dues, a t the
discretion of the Executive Committee.”
This Amendment may be acted upon at tlie next aiiiiual
meeting.
Leidy M e d a l Committec. Prof. W. H. F. Addison, Chairman, reported that there was a small cash surplus and a number of medals in the hands of the Committee. He suggested
that the remaining medals be donated to certain libraries.
Report of Progrum Committee : Following instructions of
the Association, President F. T. Lewis appointed in April,
1938, a s Committee to study the question of Programs, and
to report to tlie Executive Committee, E. A. Boydeii (Chairman), H. E. J or d a n and L. B. Arey. The Secretary reported
that the special Committee had carried out its Commission,
and that the Executive Committee with Dr. Boyden present
as a n invited guest, had considered the recommendations and
adopted them with certain modificatioiis as incorporated in
the latter p a r t of tlie Committee report which follows. The
portion of the report preceding the ‘recornmendations ’ was
‘read by title.’
REPORT O F COMMITTEE A P P O I N T E D TO CONSIDER WAYS AND
MEANS O F L I M I T I N G T H E NUMBER O F P A P E R S
PRESENTED AT THE MEETINGS
The Committee began its work last f a l l by soliciting ideas a n d concrete proposals from twenty representative anatomists (both younger and older members
of the Association). Suggestions thus received were incorporated in a questionnaire t h a t was sent out to 75 departments of anatomy in this country and Canada
( 6 in the F a r West, 25 i n the East, 16 in the South, 2 1 in the Middle West and
7 in Canada). After some dunning, returns mere received from all b u t 5 schools.
I n many eases, explanatory and supplementary letters mere also received. A
summary of the votes of the 70 institutions follows:
REPORT O F DEPARTMENTS O F ANATOMY (70 I N S T I T U T I O N S )
Plans f o r lanattzng number of papers
Prv > o
1. Each member (or invited substitute) limited to one paper? . . .
2. Each limited t o one, every 2 years (or two, i n 4 years)? . . . . . .
3. Board of Censorship t o select best papers? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Departments to select quota based on size of staff 8 . . . . . . . . . .
5. Papers to be limited t o finislied pieces of work’? . . . . . . . . . . . .
Correctwe measures not znvoTvtng arbitrary liniitations
Voluntary abstention by older niembers? ....................
R.estoration of “Abstracts to be Read by Title”? ........
Substitution of deinonstrations whenever possible?
Demonstrations advanced (for emphasis and longer
a ) t o afternoon of first day (if 3-day session) .
b ) t o second afternoon (if 3+-day session) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10 Meetings advanced one day: t o Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (to ensure 3 whole d a y s ) ? ........................
11. Meetings t o cover 34 days: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday A.M.? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12. ‘Smoker’ a ) on night before (if 3-day session) . . . . . . . . . . . .
b ) on first night (if 34-day session) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13. Moving pictures a ) on first night (if 3-day session) . . . . . . .
b ) on second night (if 34-day session) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14. Increase in number of sections running concomitantly? . . . . .
13. Tmo groups of fields: A. Gross Anat., Neurol., Embryol.
B. Genl. Hist., Cyt. and Haem., Endoer.
1940 : Group A : Short papers and demonstrations
B: Demonstr.; and papers by invitation, on
opening and closing general scssions.
1941: Groups A and B reversed? ......................
6.
7.
8.
9.
rot?
63
18
9
11
27
Dennion
3
48
60
3
38
Yes
No
No
No
No
14 54 No
42 27 Yes
63
5 Yes
--
40
8 Yes
10 Yes
42
19 Yes
19
19
44
35
38
18
48
39
8
20
11
50
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
18 44
No
:)I)
Statements of general policy
16. Should symposia a ) be reduced in number? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b ) be eliminated? .......................
c ) be restricted t o a few older men? . . . . . . .
17. Is it wise to limit number of papers? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
17
33
5
11
41
28 Yes
57 No
49 No
25 Yes
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A s ma?- be seen from the summary, t h r vote was surprisingly decisive, majorities of 2 : 1, or more, having been registered in all but a few questions. The
most striking feature was the emphatic rejection of dictatorial methods of selectioii such as found i n Items 3 and 4. Nor were the departments willing to limit
the presentation of papers t o alternate years (Items 2 and 1 5 ) . On the other
hand, they were equally unwilling to increase the days of meeting or the number
of sessions running coiicoinitantly (Items 11 and 1 4 ) . T-Ioivever, when asked to
pick the item t h a t seemed t o oEer the best solution of the problem, more than
half the departments chose one of the radical solutions mentioned above but there
was no agreement as to which one was preferable, 16 votiug to restrict papers
t o alternate years (13 for Item 2 ; 3 for Item 15), 7 preferring a board of
rensors (Item 3 ) , 5 preferring departmental selertion (Item 4), 8 choosing a n
increase in number of days (Item 11) and 3 preferring increase in number of
sections (Tteni 14). In these choices, vegioiial differeners of opinion were not
detectable.
This vote indicates that the Association considers tlie problem acute enough to
warrant drastic action but finds itself unable to agree on the method, since each
radical solution by itself, was voted down decisively. Accordingly, it would seem
that for the next few years we should employ a combination of less drastic
measures, drawn from those which the departments approved, in the hope t h a t
their areumulatixc effect will accomplish the desired end. These arr as follows:
F m t , to advance the meetings one day (Item l o ) , thereby providing 3 full
days for the meeting (by allowing a n extra day for travelling home). The
last afternoon could then be drvoted to attractive programs of a more general
nature, rrleasing tlie earlier sessions f o r individual reports. (Only 1 9 clepartments ohjrcted to this change.)
Second, to restore tlie privilrgs of sending in “Papers to be read by title”
(Item 7 ) . This should relieve many of the necessity of appraring on the platf o r m Indeed, the recording of o b s e r ~ ~ i t i o nisn advance of final publication
would seem to be a legitimate function of our proceedings. I n this connection
it may be noted that there are a number of places %There advanced notice of
experimental findings may be recorded but none nliere purrly anatomical observntions can l?e disseminated VI ithout presenting the paper before the Association.
(Only 27 departments voted against this item, chirfly on the ground t h a t i t
might encourage trivial reports; even so, is i t iiot brtter to have them i n this
form than t o clutter u p the meetings?)
T l w d , t o transfer the moving-picture hour to tlie evening of the first day
(Item 13) in order to avoid interference with the demonstrations and thus, b y
restoring their former importance, to make i t north while for members to sub
stitute demonstrations f o r platform presentations-a
desideratum that received
a n almost unanimous vote (Item 8). Only 20 departments objected to this transfer, chiefly on the ground that it mould interfere with the ‘Smoker.’ (Vide infra.)
As a further means of emphasizing the demonstration and providing f o r their
longer display, it mas voted ( b y an overwhelming iiiejority) to assign them to
the first afternoon (Item 9 ) .
Lastly, to limit each member to one paper f o r presentation (Item I), i.e., t o
only one paper upon which the name may appear either a s a n author, co-author
or introducer. This would cut down the number of papers, considerably, without
resort t o external dictation. To illustrate this point, 187 papers (excluding
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round-table presentations) were given at the last meeting. One-third of these
(fifty-six) were presented ‘by invitation’ of members. I f the above rule had
been in effect, thirty-six introduced presentations would have been eliminated.
Ten other papers would also have been eliminated under this rule-namely,
members or non-members whose names appeared two or three times as joint authors.
The vote on this question was almost unanimous (Item 1) but apparently
8oine misunderstood i t s intent, owing t o the somewhat ambiguous wording. Thus
some thought that if a member did not present a paper he could introduce anybody. As there a r e some 630 members, such a rule might increase rather than
decrease the program. Another wrote, “ N o one should give more than one paper,
but if a member has a first-class contribution and a non-member i n his laboratory
also has one, both should be given.” There is much to be said for this point of
view, but the congestion is such that some effective action must be taken (witness
the majority vote on Item 17).” As a practical solution f o r this question it is
suggested that if a member and his students have seieral papers, the member
should decido which is the best f o r presentation; the Gtlier reports can be given
bg title or a s demonstrations. The advantage secured by this arrangement is
that a member retains the opportunity to present the best TTork of his group,
each year, and the choice lies with him and not with some outside agency.
Regarding the symposia and round table discussions (Item 1 6 ) the vote was
emphatic that they should not be discarded, or restricted to men having considerable experience i n a given field. But there was substantial demand for
reduction in number and for change in method of handling them. Many thought
the? had added much to the confusion. The Committee suggests that they be
restricted to the last afternoon (vide i n f r a ) .
I n addition t o the questions outlined above, the following important suggestions
were received: 1) that the moving pictures be combined n i t h the Smoker on the
first night; 2 ) that the Cinema occupy the first night and the Smoker the second
(thereby replacing the Banqnet which should be given e w r y third or fourth year) ;
3 ) that papers not primarily related to anatomy be rejected b y the Secretary;
4) that the reading of papers in the first two afternoons stop at 3.30 or 4,
leaving the remaining time f o r demonstrations; 5) that section meetings be substituted f o r the general opening session; 6 ) t h a t the Secretary be authorized t o
reject papers t h a t are Tery poor; 7 ) that new members should be closely identified
n i t h anatomy; 8 ) that papers t o be read b y title should not be limited t o 250
1% ords.
I n conclusion, the Committee begs leave to submit the following recommendations :
1. Papers f o r presentation and papers presented by title shall be limited to
important i i p u findings. (This should not be ronstrued a? eliminating papers
t h a t are published i n the interval between the time the author sends in his abstract and the meetings.)
It is pertinent to note, however, that the Physiological Society has resisted
all attempts to limit the number of papers presented, preferring to meet the
problem by increasing the number of sections t o five.
The ‘recommendations’ are printed a s amended by the Executive Committee,
April 5, 1939.
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2. The annual meeting shall be held on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
preceding Easter. (IvIarch 20-22, 1939.)
3. Each member may have the privilege per year of presenting one paper f o r
platform presentation, one demonstration, and one paper t o be read by title;
but the member’s name shall not appear but once in each of these categories,
either as author, co-author, or introducer ; nor shall a member introduce another
member’s student.
4. The Secretary shall be empowered to reject abstracts that are obriously
below the standards of the Association or t h a t have no bearing on the fields of
anatomy, subject to appeal t o the Executive Committee which meets the night
before the first session. ( I f the Committee accepts the abstract, the paper shall
be presented at the end of the first available session and the abstract printed
with the ‘ Proceedings. ’)
The Executive Committee approves in principle and recommends to the host
institution that the following two items be followed if possible.
5. Demonstrations shall be assigned to Wednesday and Thursday afternoons,
with the recommendation that they be on display throughout the meetings.
6. On Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, sessions f o r the reading of papers
shall not continue beyond 3.30 P.M.
7. The Banquet shall be given on each year, when it may be followed by motion
pictures, each motion picture to be allotted not more than 15 minutes.
8. These regulations shall be effective for the year 1940.
February 27, 1939.
Respectfully submitted :
Harvey E. Jordan
Leslie €3. Arey
Edward A. Boyden, Chairman
It was emphasized that the recommendations represented
not the opinions of either the Executive Committee or the
special Committee, but the result of the vote of a very substantial percentage of the entire membership, as recorded by
the questionnaire ; also that they are strictly experimental,
adopted for 1 year only.
Relations with f o r e i g n matornical Societies: Dr. F. T. Lewis
reported that photographs of the Toronto session of the
American Anatomists, copies of Science describing that meeting and also the Pittsburgh anniversary, excerpts from The
Anntowtical Record, and the Leidy commemorative medal had
been sent to several foreign societies.
Cordial and deeply appreciated replies were received from
Dr. John Beattie, Secretary of the Anatomical Society of
Great Britain and Ireland ; Professor H. von Eggeling, Secretary of the Anatomische Gesellscl~aft; Professor R. Collin,
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Secretary of the Association des Anatomistes ; Professor E.
Luna, Secretary of the Societa Italiana di Anatomia ; Professor Hirako of the Kyushu Imperial University; and Professor Edward Loth of the Polskie Towarzystwa Anatom.Zoologiczne.
I n order to promote closer relations with these and other
foreign anatomical societies it was
Voted : that the American Association of Anatomists proposes and requests that the Secretaries of Foreign Societies
be authorized by their Societies to treat the American Association of Anatomists as a member, by sending to the Secretary
of the American Association all such notices of meetings,
programs, lists of members, etc. as are sent to its regular
members; in partial return for which the Secretary of the
American Association is hereby instructed to supply the
foreign Secretaries with all such information concerning the
American Association.
A letter from Professor A. Nicolas, honorary member,
accompanying his inscribed photograph, and conveying his
“sentiments les plus chaleureux et souhaits de prosperite,”
was gratefully received by the Association.
Resolutions: The Secretary reported that special resolutions regarding five of the members of the Association, deceased during the past year, had been prepared and handed
to him by special committees appointed by President Ranson.
It was moved, seconded, and passed unanimously that they
be accepted and printed in the Proceedings of the Meeting,
and that copies of them be sent to the families of the deceased.
The resolution regarding Professor James P. MchIurrich,
accompanied by his portrait, is printed a t the beginning of
these ‘Proceedings ’; the remaining four follow.
I N MEMORIAM-ABRAM
T. KERR
The American Association of Anatomists is grieved to record the death on August 15, 1938 of Abram Tucker Kerr,
a member of the Association for many years and of its Executive Committee, 1910 to 1914.
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Doctor Kerr was born January 7,1873, at Buffalo, New York.
He graduated from Cornell University in 1895 and received
his medical degree from the University of Buffalo in 1897.
He at once entered upon a career in anatomy, serving first
as Acting and Adjunct Professor of Anatomy in the University of Buffalo. After a year abroad and in the Department of Anatomy of the Johns Hopkins University, he was
called t o Cornell University in 1900 as Assistant Professor
of Anatomy, advancing to the Professorship in 1904.
I n 1902 Doctor Kerr was appointed Secretary and administrative head of the Ithaca Division of the Cornell University
hledical College, the affairs of which he guided until his death.
I n this capacity he also served as the representative of the
medical interests of the University at Ithaca. Through his
efforts provision was made f o r the care of the health of the
students in the University by the establishment of an efficient
Department of Hygiene, he himself serving as Acting Professor of Hygiene, 1920 to 1922. Chiefly through his efforts
the Cornell Student Infirmary was enlarged and adequately
equipped. I n many other ways he gave devoted service to
the University.
His administrative duties and broad interests left him little
time for research work. He, however, contributed chapters
t o two anatomical works, and published several scientific
papers. His interest in and encouragement of research by
others was unfailing. He appeared happiest when he could
give himself and of his time in the furtherance of the interests
of others. Graduate students W ~ worked
O
in his department
wilI never forget his good cheer and his constant friendliness
and ever willing help. As a teacher he was thorough and
devoted to the best interests of his students.
Doctor Kerr was a member of a number of scientific and
fraternal societies, and his associates therein as well as his
colleagues and the many former students keenly regret his
passing.
Prescnted by : €3. F. Kingsbury, Chairman
J. Parsons Schaeffer
William H. Waller
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HAROLD DICKINSON SENIOR
Harold Dickinson Senior following a short illness died on
August 6, 1938, in his sixty-eighth year. He was born in
Croyden, England on October 30, 1870, and received his early
education at a private school in Ramsgate. I n 1887 he matriculated a t the Charing Cross Hospital Medical College in
London and there, after 5 years, obtained his license to practice medicine. He then served as assistant demonstrator in
apatomy a t Durham University and there in 1894 received
the degree of Bachelor of Medicine, after which he returned
to the Charing Cross Hospital as demonstrator in anatomy.
I n 1897 there occurs an interlude of 4 years of private practice in Rossland, a small mining town in British Columbia,
followed by 3 years of specialization in diseases of the eye in
Philadelphia. It was during this period that he recognized
his fundamental interest in the problems of morphology rather
than in the practice of medicine. I n 1904, he was appointed
Junior Associate of The Wistar Institute and in 1905, Associate. From this time on, his attention was devoted exclusively to teaching and research in anatomy. I n 1907 he
accepted an appointment as Associate Professor of Anatomy
a t Syracuse University and the next year was made Professor and head of the department. I n recognition of his
services in the organization of that department he was called
in 1910 to the Professorship of Anatomy a t the New York
University College of Medicine; a chair filled by him for 26
years, to the time of his retirement in 1936 when he was made
emeritus. During the summers since 1910 he had been associated with the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory
and served the Corporation in various official capacities as
trustee, Vice-president and President.
I n addition to the time and ener,gy he devoted to teaching
and the administration of his department, Doctor Senior maintained a continuous interest in research activity. I n this lie
showed exceptional skill in the technique and reasoning of
morphological problems. His researches dealt mostly with
developmental patterns of the vascular system. His publica-
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tions on the niorphogenesis of the arteries of the human leg
and his interpretation of their anomalies coiistitute classical
contributions and represent a study of a vast amount of embryological data which he had collected from various embryological collections, mostly from this country. During the last
years of his life his attention was turned to a similar study
of the arteries of the arm. The data for this study was collected but had not yet been put in final form for publication.
In 1910, he received the honorary degree of D.Sc. from
Syracuse University. H e was Vice-president of the American Association of Anatomists from 1922 to 1924. H e was a
member of the Harvey Society in New York and was on its
Council for 3 years. H e was a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and fellow of the
Royal College of Surgeons. H e was a member of the Society
of Experimental Biology and Medicine and of the New York
Academy of Medicine. I n the latter he took an active interest
in its library and the acquisition of rare books. F o r many
years he was an associate editor of The American Journal of
Anatomy.
As to his social characteristics, Doctor Senior combined R
keen intelligence with humor and kindliness. This gave him
a peculiarly winning personality. H e was greatly loved by
many generations of medical students and no less so by his
associates in the faculty and by the members of his staff. His
relations with the latter were marked by a consideration and
generosity-rarely equalled.
By this resolution the American Association of Anatomists
is recording its appreciation of the work and services of
Doctor Senior and expresses its sorrow over the loss of a
colleague of unusual personal charm.
Prcsmted by: Edmiii M. Shearer
Hriiry W. Stiles
George I,. Streeter, Chairman
FREDERICK TILNEY
With the passing of Dr. Frederick Tilney on August ‘I,
1938. this Association lost one of its most versatile and stimu-
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latiiig members. H e was born in Brooklyn, June 4, 1875, and
graduated from Yale in 1897. H e received the degrees of
M.D. from the Long Island Medical College in 1903, Ph.D.,
Columbia, 1912, and Sc.D. (Hon.) , Columbia, 1929.
I n addition to a n exacting medical practice, he was throughout his professional life productive i n anatomical and clinical
research, active in teaching, tireless in devotion to editorial
a n d administrative duties, and all this despite serious illness
in later years. H e served as President of the Brooklyn Neurological Society, New York Neurological Society, and American
Neurological Association, and a s Medical Director of the
Neurological Institute of New York. At the time of his death
he was Trustee of the New York Academy of Medicine and
Long Island College of Medicine and Professor of Neurology
and Neuroanatomy at Columbia University. It was through
his efforts that the Department of Neurology became one of
the major units at the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Doctor Tilney’s first research was upon the hypophysis,
and when he died he was still working upon it. H e early took
the problem to Dr. George S. Huntington, thus beginning a
friendship which endured. Doctor Huntington was Tilney’s
ideal and inspiration.
To clinical work in both neurology and psychiatry Doctor
Tiliiey brought splendid training, a n unusually well-disciplined method of work, and remarkable breadth of resources
and interests. His astounding capacity for work and his
never failing interest in the patient made him rise very
rapidly to the unusual prominence he had. I n his research
interests, such as those with Helen Kellcr and the study of
the behavior of infants, he brought out the perspective and
resourcefulness with which he was able to inspire his coworkers. That he also was a remarkable practical force in
the organization and maintenance of the standards of the
Neurological Institute shows another angle of his many-sided
11a ture.
Presented by: C . Judson Herrick, Chairman
Adolf Meyer
Louis Casamajor
THE A N A T O X I C I L BECORD. VOTJ.
74,
NO.
1 .4ND RUPI’L. NO. 1
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THOMAS WIR’GATE TODD
The news of the sudden death on December 28, 1938 of Dr.
Thomas Wingate Todd came a s a sliock to his colleagues in
scientific fields, to the community in which he lived and to
the many persons, world-wide spread, who had felt the touch
of his personality and the influence of his work.
Born and educated in England, Todd received his professional training in the University of hlanchester, taking the
degrees M.B., B.Ch. Appointed to a teaching position in the
Department of Anatomy at Manchester, his interests for a
few years were under the influence of the late S ir Grafton
Elliot Smith who had been made head of the department. In
1912 Todd came to America to assume the Heiiry Wills011
Payne Professorship of Anatomy a t ’Western Reserve University, a post he held with great distinction until the time
of his death. To his American colleagues Todd presented the
English traditional view points on the study of structure :
wholesome appreciation of gross anatomy and its applications
in medicine, searchings into the secrets of growth and age
changes, anatomy i n the living body revealed by radiology
-to name but a few lines of Todd’s many projects of research.
It is natural that work in such fields should carry this investigator into the domains of statistical anatomy and of physical
anthropology, where encouragement was given by association
with Sir Arthur Keith; it is not strange that such interests
would lead him as one of the pioneers into the new research
on child development. Todd’s contribution to anatomical science was large. His collection of documented human skeletons
and the development of the Hamann Museum of Comparative
Anthropology and Anatomy constitute a magnificent endowment for Western Reserve ; matchless source material for
future study. His long list of publications written with characteristic vigorous phrasing, have added much to the knowledge of structure and have stimulated investigation in many
lines. Todd was a prodigious worker not only in his laboratory but outside of his professional interests ; civic affairs
and many progressive movements called upon his time arid
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energy which were given freely and whole-heartedly. A personality sincere, forceful and generous made him trusted and
beloved by all who knew him. His fine character and marked
ability assured success in undertakings where only such
attributes in the highest degree could bring success. Todd’s
struggle to find support for his research program in years
of restricted finances, has few equals in wisdom of planning
a campaign and in the determination that won; a fight carried
on a t great personal cost. The passing of this man in the
prime of his activity, while in the midst of endeavors building
up the science of anatomy t o the benefit of humanity, and the
loss of his example and influence, are deeply deplored by the
American Association of Anatomists. Let these lines be a
tribute of our respect and esteem for the man, an expression
of regret over the loss scieiice has sustained, a message of
sympathy to the wife and family of the brilliant and courageous Todd.
Presented by: Robert J. Terry, Chairman
Wiltoii M. Krogman
P a u l H. Stevenson
The business session then adjourned.
SATURDAY,
APRIL8, 1939
12.30 P.M. Concluding business session, President Ranson
in the chair.
Reinstatement of J . B. Looper: After presentation by the
Secretary of an explanation deemed entirely satisfactory by
the meeting, it was voted that J. B. Looper, formerly a member, from 1929 to 1934, be reinstated as a member of the
Association. His degrees and title are as follows:
r,ooPER, JAMES
BURDINE,
Ph.D., hf.D., Professor of L%iiatomy,
Ceiiversity of Mississippi, Oxford, Jfiss.
Printilzg of historical notes: Dr. W. H. F. Addison suggested that steps be taken t o publish, if feasible, the historical
address of F. T. Lewis given at the banquet at the Fiftieth
Anniversary Meeting held in Pittsburgh in 1938. It was
voted that the Secretary, Doctor Corner, and Doctor Boyden
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be constituted a committee to consider the possibility and tlie
ways and means of publishing the history of the Association
a s given at the 1938 banquet.
Editorship of The American Jourual of Aizatoiny: F o r the
information of the Association, the Secretary made the following report of action taken by the Executive Committee, acting
under the orders of tlie Association voted a t the Forty-third
Session, 1927, at a meeting held at 9.00 A.M., April 8, 1939.
E a r l y in March President Ranson received the following
letter from Miss Ellen Schoenborn, secretary t o Doctor Stockard, Managing Editor of The American Journal of Anatomy :
‘ ‘Doctor Stockard lias asked me to write you suggesting that the Executive
Committee take action a t once to elect an Editor for the American Journal of
Anatomy who would be acceptable to Thc~ Wistar Institute. H e feels he has
been taking care of i t so long and is now in such poor health that he must resign
at once his post as Managing Editor.
“Doctor Stockard would also like you t o know t h a t lie would be glad to do
whatever possible to help, and mould be willing to serve as Associate Editor
should the Committee care to hare him do so.”
It was learned that Doctor Stockard, on account of ill
health, during the autumn of 1938, had delegated Doctor
Streeter, Associate Editor, to take over the active editorship
temporarily.
President Ramon, on Alarch 15, 1939, appointed a special
committe, consisting of Dr. G. L. Streeter, Chairman, Dr.
C. J . Jacksoii, Dr. G. W. Corner, Dr. Edgar Allen, Dr. P. E.
Smith and Dr. G. W. Bartelmez, to make a recommendation
to the Executive Committee concerning the appointment of a
new Rlanaging Nditor for The American Journal of Anatomy.
At the meeting of tlie Executive Committee Doctor Streeter,
as an invited guest, reported that the special committee had
selected Dr. George W. Corner as their nominee; that Doctor
Corner had consented t o serve, if elected; that Dr. Alfred
Stengel, President of the Board of Managers of The Wistar
Institute, hail signified the Approval of The Wistar Institute ;
and that Dr. E. J . Farris, Associate in Anatomy and Acting
Manager of The Wistar Institute, had been consulted.
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On motion by Doctor Chambers, secoiided by Doctor Wislocki, it was voted unanimously that the resignation of Dr.
Charles R. Stockard, who had carried out his duties as Managing Editor for 18 years with unswerving devotion and with
brilliant success, be accepted, and that Dr. George W. Corner
be Managing Editor of The American Journal of Anatomy
-it being understood that this action is subject to the approval
of The Wistar Institute of Anatomy arid Biology, the owner
of the Journal.
Dr. C h a r l e s R. Stockard: Word came during the meeting
of Doctor Stockard’s death on Friday April 7, 1939. The
Secretary read the following letter written a t the request of
the Executive Committee, to be carried to hlrs. Stockard by
Dr. Robert Chambers :
Dear Mrs. Stockard:
The members of the American Association of Anatomists assembled in Boston
at their annual meeting have learned with inexpressible sorrow of the untimely
death of your husband, thrir greatly honored and beloved colleague, Charles R.
Stockard. They extend t o you their most heart-felt srmpathy.
Most sincerely,
The American Association of Anatomists.
April 7, 1939.
R e s o l u t i o n of appreciation: The following resolution, proposed by Professor Sullivan, was unanimously adopted :
“
Ee it resolved t h a t :
The American Association of Anatomists a t this 53th Session wishes to record
the f a c t t h a t Boston University, Harvard University and Tufts College have been
the ideal hosts and t h a t it has been a great privilege t o meet in a community
where so many workers, past and present, have contributed to the building of
anatomy as a science.”
The concluding business session then adjourned.
AM ERICAN ASSOC'TATTON OF AXSTObIISTS
0flicer.s
Presitlrnt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
STEPHEN W. HANSOX
First Pice-Prcsitlc~irt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ALBERTKUNTZ
Secottcl Vice-Presirleirf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HOBERTC'IIAMHERS *
Sco~tclr!/-T,ensrtrc.r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ELIOTR. CLARK
Elected t o fill thr unexpired term of T. Wingate Todd, deceased.
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Paris, Prance
MEMBERS
E., B.A., CAI., M.D., L.R.C.P. 6 8. (Edin.), F.R.C.P. (Canada),
ABBOTT,NAUDE
LL.1). (McGill), Assistant Professor of Research Medicine and Curator of
Nedlcal Historical Museum, McGill University, IIcGill Medical Museum,
3640 Uniterait9 St., Montreal, Canada.
ABELL, RICHARD G., Pli.lI., Instructor in Anatomy, U'niversaty of Pennsylvaiiia
School of Xedzciiie, Phdadelphaa, P a .
QBERLE,(NRs.) SOPHIE
B. D., A.B., A.M., Ph.I)., M.D., Superintendent of Pueblo
Agenc) , Slbuyuerque ; Research Associate, Carnegie Institution of Washingt o n ; Albicqnetqzie, Xew Mexico.
ADAMS,A. ELIZABETH,
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Mownt Holyohe
College, South HadlPy, Xass.
ADANS, L. A., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professoi of Zoology, Unzversity 01
Zll~noza,401 Vermont St., Urbana, Zll.
ADDISON,WILLIAM HENRYFITZGERALD, B.A., M.D., Professor of Normal Histology and Embryology, School of Medzczne, Universaty of Pennsylvanaa,
PhaZatEeZphza, P a .
, ~ D E L M A N N , HOWARD B., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Histology and Embrgology, Cornell EJniversity, Stzmson Hall, Zthacu, N . Y .
ALLEN, BENNETMILLS, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, University of California
at Los Sngeles, 909 Mzclteltorena St., Los Angeles, Calif.
ALLEN,EDGAR,
A.M., Ph.D., Xe.D., (Vice Pres. '30-'32), Professor of Anatomy,
Yale University School of Medicine, 333 Cedar St., New Haven, Conn.
ALLEN,EZRA, A.M., Ph.D., Retired. R.D. 2, B o x 9 1 A , D e Land, Pla.
ALLEN, LANEH., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Universzty of
Georgza School of Medzctne, A u g u s t a , Ga.
ALLEN,WILLARDM., B.S., M.S., M.D., Unrversaty of Rochester, School of Medicine
and Dentistry, Rochester. N . Y .
ALLEN, WILLIAMF., A.M., Ph.D., Head of Department of Anatomy, Vnzversity
of Oregon Nedtcal School, Portland, Ore.
ALLIS, EDW.4RD PHELPS,
JR., C.E., M.D., LL.D., Palais d e Curnoles, Menton
( A . N . ) , France.
ANDERSEN, DOROTHY H., Associate in Patholog), Columbia University ; Assistant
Pathologist, Babies' Hospatal, 167th St. and Broadway, N e w Yovk Caty.
ANDREW, WARREN,M.S., Ph.D., Instructor and Research Fellow in Anatomy,
Untversity of Georgza School of Mediczne, A u g u s t a , Ga.
ANGULOY GONZALEZ, L4R?\fAND0 W., A.B., B.S., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Member,
The Wistar Znatitute o f A s a t o m y , Woodland Awe. and 3 6 t h St., Phzladelphta,
Pa.
ANSON, BARRY
J., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, N o r t h western University Metlical School, 303 East Chscago Ave., Chacago, Ill.
APGAR, BESSIE D., Ph.D., Department o f A n a t o m y , Cornell Unzversaty Medzcal
College, 1900 Y o r k Ave., S e w Y o r k Czty.
APGAR,CHARLES S., JR.,Ph.D., Instructor in ilnatomy, Cornell Universzty Medzcal
CoElege, 1300 Y o r k Awe., X e w Y o r k Czty.
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
APPLEBY,J. I., A.B., K B . , A.M., MD., Physician arid Surgeon, Compaar Surgeon,
N. Y. C. & St. I,. R. R. Co., 105+ East Mazn St., Bellrvue, Ohio.
AREY,LESLIE
B., PIi.D., Sc.D., (Ex, Com. ’30-’34), Robert Laughlin Rea Professor
of Anatomy, and Chairman of the Division of Anatomy, Nortlrwestern Unzverszty Nedical Gcliool, 3U3 Bast Clzzcago Azre., Chicago, I l l .
AKMSTRONG,
PHILIPBROWNELL,
B.S., M.D., Professor o f Aiiatomj, College of
Medrczne, Sgraezise Unzversrty, Sgrizczwe, N . Y .
ASDELL, SYDNEY
ARTHUR,M.A., Pli.D., Professor of Animal Physiology, State
College of Agriculture, Cortzell Unzverszty, Ithaca, N . P.
ASHLEY-MONTAGU,
NONTAGUB
FRANCIS,
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Hahncmann Medzcal Sclzool and H m p i t a l , 235 North 15th St., Phtladelphza.
Pa.
ATTERBL~RTRP,
BUTHRAND,A.M., Ph.D., ha rig^' Yoant, Great Neck, L. I.
ATWELL, WAYNE JASON,
A.M., l’h.D., M.D., (Exec. Corn. ’37-) Professor of
Anntomy, University of BuEalo School of Medicine, 24 Hzgh St., B?tfulo, N . P.
BADERTSCHER,
JACOB
A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Indiana Unirersitj School
of Medicine, 316 South Fess Avr., Bloomzngton, l n d .
BAGLEY,
CHARLESJR.,M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery, Assoc. in Experimental
Neurology, The Latrobe Apts., Baltanzore, H d .
BAILEY,PmmvAL, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Surgery, The University of Chrcago,
950 East Fifty-ntntlb St., Chicago, Ill.
BAILLIF,R. K., Ph.D., Instructor i n Anatomy, Lozitsauna State Unzversztj, Y e d z c a l
Center, New Orleans, La.
BAITSELL,GEORGEALFRED,B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, P a l e University, Osborii Zoologtcal Laboratory, h’ew Haven, Conn.
BAKER,
DAN D., MA., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Loicisiana State
Unizerszty, Ilfedzcal Center, Nezu Orleuns, La.
BAKER, R. C., A. B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
Hamilton Hall, Ohro State Unzverszty, Columbus, Ohio.
BAKER,ROGER D., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology, Duke On
Durham, N . C .
BALDWIN,WESLEYMANNING,
A.B., A.M., M.D., Stinason B a l l , Itliarn, AT. Y .
BARNARD,
JOHN’
W., M.S., Ph.D., Instructor i n Anatomy, Georgetown Unrverszty,
Washzngtoii, I?. C.
BAREIS,RALPHW., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, George Washmgton
Unzversity Medzcal School, Washzngton, D . C.
BARRON,
DONALDH., B.A., M.S.. Ph.D., Lecturer in Anatomy, Fellow, St. Johii’s
College, Department of Anatomy, Cambrzdge Unzverszty, Englantl.
BARTELMEZ,GEORGEW., Ph.D. (Vice-Pres. ’32-’34, Exec. Corn. ’36-). Professor
of Anatomy, The Universzty of Clktcago, Chrcago, Ill.
BARTSCH,P A U L , B.S., M.S., Ph.D., D.Sc., Curator of Mollusks and Cenozoic Invertebrates, U . S. Katzonal ,Kcseum, Washington, I). C.
BAST, T . H., B.A.. f’h.D., Professor of iliiatomy, Universzty of 7Tzsco?is1n1 $08
Sczence Hall, Madison, W i s c .
BATSON,
0. V., A.M., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy,
Graduate Scliool of Medzctne, Unrverszty of Pennsylvania, Philadelphta, Pa.
RAUMGARTNER,
WILLIAMJ., A.R., A4.M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, University
of Kansas, 1309 Olizo St., Lawrence, Euns.
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BEANS,HAROLD
W., PLD., Associate Professor of Zoology, S t a t e Cnzversity of
Iowa, I o w a Caty, Iowa.
BEAN,ROBERTBENNETT,
B.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Virginia,
Box 1536, Cnaverszty Statzon, Charlottesvzlle, Pa.
BEATTIE, JOHN, M.D., D.Sc., Conservator of Museum and Director of Research,
Royal College of Surgeons, Lzncoln’s Inn Fields, London, W.C.3, England.
REGCT,ALEXANDER
8.. B.S., M.D., Waterhouse Professor of Anatomy and Dean,
Boston University School of Medicine, 80 East Concord St., Boston, Mass.
BENNETT, GEORGEA., M.D., Associate in Anatomy, Danzel B a n g h I n s t i t n t e of
A n a t o m y , Jefferson Medzcal College, Phzladelpkia, Pa.
BENOIT, JACQUES,
M.D., Professor d ’Histologie, Pacnlti d e Med6czne, Alger,
France.
BENSLEY,ROBERTRUSSELL,A.B., M.B., Sc.D. (Second Vice-Prcs. ’06-’07, Ex.
Corn. ’08-’12, President ’18-’20), Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, The
Universztg of Chacago, Chicago, Ill.
BENSLEY,
SYLVIA
H., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, The
Universrty of Clazcago, Chzcugo, Ill.
BEST, R. RUSSELL,B.Sc., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Associate P r o fessor of Surgery, University of Xebraska, College of Medicine, 597 Xeazcal
A r t s Butldang, Omaha, N e b .
BEVAN,ARTHURDEAN, M.D. (Ex. Com. ’96-’98),
Professor of Surgery, The
University of Chicago, 123 South Michigan Bled., Checago, Ill.
BEVELANIIER,
GERRIT,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of Dentistry,
N e w York Unzverszty, 477 F i i s t Ave., N e w Y o r k City.
BIGELOW,ROBERTP., S.B., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Zoology and P a r a sitology, Massachusets Institute of Technology, 7’2 Blake Ed., Brookline, Mass.
BISHOP,KATHERINESCOTT,
A.B., M.D., 1508 L a Lonia Ave., Berkeley, Calif.
BLAIR,DUNCANM., M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc., Professor of Anatomy, University of
Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.
BLAIR, VILRAYPAPIN,
A.M., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery, Washingtoil
University School of Medicine, Metropolztan Building, S t . Louis, Mo.
BLAISDELL,
FRANK
ELLSWORTH,
SR., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Surgery, Medical
Department of Stanford University, Lane Metlzcal Lzbrary Buzldzng, corner
Webster and Sacramento Sts., Sun Franczsco, Calaf.
BLINCOE,HOMER,
A.B., M.S., M.D., Professor of Gross Anatomy, Emory Unzverszty, Emory, Ga.
BLOOM.WILLIAM, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of
A n a t o m y , T h e University o f Chzcago, Chicago, Ill.
BLOUNT,
R. F., M.S.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of illinnrsota, Manneapolis, iMznn.
BLUMENFELD,CHARLESM., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of anatomy, Cniversity of Utah, School of ,l;lrdicine, Salt L a k e Caty, U t a h .
BODIAN,DAVID. S.B., Ph.D., M.D., Fellow in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins XedicaZ
School, Baltzmore, Ma.
VON BONIN,GERHARDT,
M.D., Associate Profcssor of Anatomy, University of
Illinois, College of Medicine, 2853 West Polk St., Chicago, IZZ.
BOOK,M. H., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, T u f t s College Medical School, 426
H u n t i n g t o n Ave., Boston, Mass.
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
BO'IVIE,DONALDJ., B.Sc. Med., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medzcal
College, Wznnipeg, Manztoba, Canada.
BOYD,EDITH,M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unavrrszty of Mznnesota,
Manneapolzs, iMann.
BOYDEN,
EDWARD
ALLEN, A.M., Ph.D. (Ex. Coin. '28-'32, '39-), Professor of
Anatomy, Instztute of A n a t o m y , Unzversty of Mtnnesota, Manneapolas, Mznn.
BRASHEAR,
ALTON D., M.S., D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medrcal
College of Vtrginza, Rzchmond, V a .
BREMER,JOHN LEWIS,A.B., M.D. (Ex. Corn. '15-'18, '33-'37), Hrrsey Professor
of Anatomy, Harvard Medzcal School, Boston, Mass.
BREWER,J O H N I., Ph.D., Associate in Gynecology, Northwestern University
Medical School and St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 104 S. Mtchzgan, Chwago,
Ill.
BROWNAN,LUDVIG
G., Yh.D., Instructor in Zoology, Montana S t a t r Unzverszty,
Massoula, Mont.
BROTVNING,
WrLLIAnr, Ph.B., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Long Island
College of Medicine, 54 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, N . P.
BRYCE,THOMASH., M.A., M.D., F.R.S., Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, Uni
versity of Glasgow, The Loanang, Peebles, Scotland.
BUCHANAN,
A. R., B.S., M.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Unzverszty of
M~sszssappz Medzcal School, Box 463, Unzverszty, Mzss.
BULLARD,
H. HAYS,A.M., Ph.D., M.D., Pathologist and Director of Laboratories,
S t . Vzncent 's Hospatal, Erae, Pa.
BUNTING,CHARLESHENRY,B.S., M.D., Professor of Pathology, Unzverszty of
Wzsconsfn, Servzce Memoraal Instztzite, Madzson, Wzsc.
BURNS,B. I., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., N.D., Piofessor of Anatomy, Loutsenna S t a t e
Unzversaty Medzcal Center, N e w Orleans, L a .
BURNS,
ROBERTK., JR.,A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Universzty
of Rochester School of Medaczne and Dentzstry, Rochester, AT. P.
BURR,HAROLDSAXTON,
Ph.D., (Ex. Corn. '29-'33), E. K. Hunt Professor of
Anatomy, Head of Section of Neuro-Anatomy, School of Medicine, Yale
University, 333 Cedar St., N e w Haven, Conn.
BURROWS,
MONTRQSE
T., A.B., M.D., Physician and Surgeon, 601 A-orth El Malano
Ave., Pasadena, Calzf.
BUTCHER,EARLO., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Biolog:, Hamilton College, Grzflin
Road, College Hall, Clanton, N . P.
BUTLER,
ELMER
G., A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Laboratory of Comparatzve
A n a t o m y , Pranceton Unzversaty, Pranceton, N . J .
BIJYSE,ADRIAN,A.R., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, T h e Univeiszty of
Rochester, Rochester, N . Y .
CALKINS,LEBOYA., M.D., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Unaverstty of K a n s a s Hospatal, Kansas City, K a n .
CAMERON,
ANGUSL., A.B., M.S., M.D., PIi.D., iVorthwest Clznzc, Mznot, N . Dak.
CAMERON,
JOHNA., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Unzversaty of Mzssourr,
Lefevrr Hall, Cohmbaa, No.
CAMPBELL,BERRI, A.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unzve,szty of
Oklahoma Medical School, Olclahoina Czty, Okla.
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CARDWELL,JOHN C., M.D., Professor of Physiology, Long Island College of
Medicine, Science Laboratory, 223 Pacific St., Brooklyn, N . P.
CAREY,EBENJ., M.S., Sc.D., M.D., Dean and Professor of Anatomy and Director
of Anatomy Department, Narquette University School of Medicine, 6119 W .
Wisconsin Ave., Wuuwatosa, IVisc.
CARPENTER,
RUSSELLL., B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Tufts College, M c d f o r d ,
Mass.
CARVER,
GAIL L., A.B., A.M., Professor of Biology, Mercer University, Macon, Ga.
CASAMAJOR,
LOUIS,A.M., M.D., Professor of Neurology, Columbia University,
706 W e s t 168th St., N e w Pork City.
CASEY, ALBERT E., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology,
Louisiana S t a t e University School of Medicine, N e w Orleans, L a .
CIIAAIBERS,ROBERT,JR.,A.M., P1i.D. (Vice-Pre's. '39), Research Professor of
Biology, N e w Y o r k University, iVew Y o r k City.
CHANDLER,
SIMONB., A.B., A.M., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, V e s t Virginia
University School of Medicine, Morgantown, W . V a .
CHANG,CHUN, M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, National Medical College
of Shanghai, 373 A v e . Haig, Shanghai, China.
CHARIPPER,HARRYA., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology (Tissue
Cytology, Endocrinology and Histolog>-), Chairman of Department, Washingt o n Square College, New Y o r k University, New Y o r k City.
CHARLES,CECIL M., A.B., M.A., Pli.D., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo.
CHASE,RALPHE., A.B., B.Sc., A.M., Instructor in Anatomy, Oklahoma University
Medical School, Oklahoma City, O k l a .
CHASE,SAMUEL
Woon, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Histology and
Embryology, Western Eeserve Unia!ersiiy, 1109 Adelbert Road, Cleveland, Ohio.
CHILD, CHARLESMANNING, M.S., Ph.D., I).&., Professor Emeritus of Zoology,
Jordan Hull, Stanford University, Calif.
CHII.LINGWORTH,
FEL,IX
P., M.D., Professor of Experimental Pharmacology, Tufts
Medical College, 416 H u n t i n g t o n Ave., Boston, Mass.
CHOUKE,KEHAR SINGH,M.A., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Colorado
University Medical Scho,ol, 42Q0 East N i n t h Ave., Denver, Colo.
CHRISTENSEN,KERMIT',Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Microanatoniy, S t . Louis
Univcrsity School of Medicine, 14.0.2South Grand Blvd., St. Louis, Mo.
CLARK, ELEANOR
LINTON,A.M., Voluntary Research Worker, Department of
A n a t o m y , Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
CLARK,ELIOTR., A.B., M.D., (Ex. Corn. '16-'19, See.-Treas. '38-), Professor of
Anatomy and Director of Department of Anatomy, Medical Department,
University of Pennsylvania, Pkiladelphia, Pa.
CLARK,SAML., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Vanderbilt University
School of M e d b i n e , Nashville, T e n n .
CLEMENFS, LEO, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Member Nebraska
Basic Science Board, Creighton University Medical School, Omaha, Nebr.
CLEVELAND,
RUCKER,Ph.D., Assistant i n Anatomy, Vaiitlerbilt University School
of Medicine, Nashville, Tenn.
COBB,W. MONTAGUE,
M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Howard U n i versity, Washington, D. C.
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COE, WESLEYR., Ph.D., Professor of Eiologj !heritus, l’ak Ulltversaty, OSboriL
Zoological Laboratory, X e w Raven, Conn.
COGHILL,GEORGI E., A.R., M.S., Ph.D., 8c.D. (Ex. Corn. W-’?Jl, Pres. ’32-’34),
li.E’.D. &, Box 7 7 A , Gaanesvzlle, Flu.
COHN,ALFREDE., A.B., M.D., Member, Rockefeller Institute f o r Xetizcul Research,
Nezu l’ork Caty, S. Y.
COLE, ARCHEVAN,A.E., Ph.U., Assistant Professor, Anatomy Department, Universzty o r L o i ~ z ~ ~ Louascillc,
ill~,
Eentmky.
COLE, ELBERT
C., Ph.D., Piofessor of Biology, W~llaains College, W d l z a n ~ s t o w n ,
Nass.
COLE, HAROLD
H., Ph.D., Associate Yrofessor of Animal HusbandrT, University
of California, and Associate Animal Husbandman, ExperinLent Station of
the College of Agriculfnre, Davas, Calzf.
COLLINGS,X. RAYMOND, ,4.B.,X U . , Associate Professor of Anatomy, Medical
College, Wayne Cniversity, 1516 St. Antoane St., Detrort, Mlch.
COMAN,DANA, A.B., A.M., JLD., Assistant in Psychiatry, Johns I-Iopltins University, Johns Hophills Medical School, Balb%TJlOre,x d .
CONEL, JESSIE
LEROY, A X . , Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Boston University
School of Medicine, 45 Arlzngton St., hTewton, Mass.
CONGDON,
EDGAR
DAVIDSON,I’h.D., Professor of Anatomy, Long Island College of
Medicane, 350 H e n r y St., Brooklyn, X. Y.
CONKLIN,EDWIN
GRANT,A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D., Profcssor Emeritus of Biology,
Princeton University, 139 Broadnieurl Awe., Prznceton, LV. J .
CONTVAY,
ELEANOR
A., Ph.D., Instructor, Department of Anatomy, T h e Onaverszty
Of Ch’ZCagO, Chtcago, 111.
COPENHAVER,
WILFRED%I., A.R., Ph.l)., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College
of Physzcians and Snrgeons, Columbia Universaty, 630 W e s t 16Xth St., N e w
Pork Caty.
CORRIN,KEKDALLB., B.A., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Unaversrty of
Tennessee, Memphis, T e n n .
COREY,EDTVARD
LYMAN,
A.E., PLD., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Oniversrty
of Bzrgania School of Xedacrne, linaverszty, Pa.
CORNER,GEORGEW., A.B., M.D. (Ex. Corn. ’26-’30,
’38-; See.-Treas. ’30-’38),
Professor of Anatomy, University of Rochester, Crzttenden Boulevard,
Rochester, N . P.
CORNING,H. K., M.D., Professor of Anatomy (retired), 1107 F z f t h Ave., N e w
York Czty.
COUNT, EARLW., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, New P o r k Medical
College, Flower and F’zfth Avenue Hospztals, New Y o r k City.
COVELL,TV. P., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Research Medicine,
George Walltams Hooper Foundation, Sun Francisco, Calif.
COWDRY,
EDNUND
V., Pl1.D. (Ex. Com. ’26-’30, 1st Vice-Pres. ’34-’36), Professor
of Cytology, W a s h i n g t o n lJnaverstt!y Medical School, S t . Louis, M o .
CRAIGIE,E. HORNE,E.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Comparative Anatomy and
Neurology, Department of Biology, Unrversbty o f Toronto, Toronto 5 , Canada.
CRILF, GEORGEW., N.D., F.A.C.S., Professor Emeritus of Surgery, Western
Reserve University ; Director, Cleveland Clinic Foundation ; Surgeon, Cleveland Clinic Hospital ; Cltveland Clrnic, 83rd and Enclid, Cleveland, Ohio.
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CROSBY,ELIZABETH
CAROLINE,
M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of
Michigan, llepartnitnt of A n a t o m y , Unrversaly of Xzchzgan, A n n Arbor, Mzch.
CROUCH,RICIIARDI,., I'h.D., M.D., Associate Plofessor of Anatomy, U?iicersity o f
Zzssozirz, Colunabaa, M o .
CUAJUNCO,
FIDEL,
M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University of the Philippines, 62U Colorado St., X m i d a , P. 1.
CULLEN,THOMASS., M.B., D.Sc., LL.D. (Tor.), Professor of Gynecology, Johns
Hopkins Unirersity, Gynecologist to the .Tolins Hopkins Hospital, 20 E . Eager
St., Baltaniore, M d .
CuJrnrINs, HAROLD,
A.H., P1i.L). (Ex. Coni. '36-), Professor and Head of Division
of Microscopic Anatomy, Tulaiae Zinzverszty Medical SChOOl, Department of
Anatoniy, Sta. 20, iL'ew Orleans, La.
CUNNINGHAM,
ROBERTS., B.S., A.M., M.D. (Ex. Cam. '32-'36), Professor of
Anatomy, and Dean, Albaiiy Xedical College, A l b a n y , X. P.
CURTIS, GEORGEM., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Surgery and Chairman of
the Department of Research Surgery, E , n s ~ t i m t Hall, 07b7.10 S t a t e Cizlversity,
Cohiiabus, O h w .
CURWEN,ALICE O., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Wonzan 's Medical
College of Pennsylvansa, Pkzladelphza, P a .
CUTULY,EUGENE,
Ph.D., W a y n e Cniverszty Collrge of Xrdzcine, 1512 S t . Antozne,
Detrozt, Mzch.
DANFORTH,CHARLESHASKELL,
A X . , Ph.D. (Ex. Coni. '27-'31, Secoiid VicePres. '36-'38), Professor of Anatomy, Stanford University, 607 Cabrrllo Awe.,
Stanford University, Calzf.
DARDINSKI,VINCENTJ., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pathology, Georget o w n Unzversztyj, School of Xedacine, Washangton, D. C.
DARON,GARNANH., B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Georgetown
Universzt?y, School of Mcclicino, Wuslwtgtoii, D. C .
DARRACH,
WILLIAM,A.B., A.M., M.D., Sc.D., LL.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery
and Dean Emeritus of Faculty of Nedicine, College of Physicians and
Surgeons, Columbia University, 180 Port Wuslizngton Ave., New Pork City.
DART, R-~YMoNDA., M.D., Ch.M., RT.Sc., Professor of Anatomy and Dean of
Faculty ,of Medieine, UJiaverszty of t h e 7Tatwatersrand, Johannesburg,
Transwaal, South Africa.
DAVENPORT,
H. A., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Northwestern Unirerszty Medical School, Chicago, 111.
DAVIS, CARLL., M.D., Professor of Anatom:, University of Maryland School of
Medicine, Lombard and Greene Sts., B a l t m o r e , X d .
DAVIS, WARRXNB., M.D., D.Sc., F.A.C.S., Clinical Professor of Oral Surgery,
Jefferson Medical College ; Maxillo Facial Surgeon, Jefferson Hospital; Consulting Maxillo-Facial Surgeon, Kensington Hospital and Fiankford Hospital ;
Consulting Otolaryngologist, St. Agnes Hospital ; 135 S. 18th St., Phaladelp7kza, Pa.
DAWSON,ALDEN B., A.B., Ph.D., D.Sc., Associate Professor of Zoology, and
Director of the Biological Laboratories, R(o1ogzcul Laboratories, Harvard
University, Cambridge, ;Ila.ss.
DAY, CAMERON
D., Ph.D., Proiessor of Zoology, Westminister College, F u l t o n , Mo.
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DECARLO,
JOHN,
M.D., ARsoriatr in Topographic and Applied Anatomy, Jefferson
Medical College, 1629 8. Broad St., Phzladelphia, P a ,
DEES-MATTTNGLY,
MARIE, A.B., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Tulane University of Loutsauna, h'ew Orleans, La.
DE GARIS, CHARLESF., A.B., M.D., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Head
of the Department, University of Oklalronia, School of Medicane. OkIahomu
Coty, Okla.
DEMPSEY,EDWARD
W., Ph.D., Instructor in Physiology, Harvartl 3feclzcaZ School,
Boston, Mass.
DEMPSTER,WILFRIDTAYLOR,
Sc.D., Instructor I n Anatomy, Universzty of Mtcliigan
Medzcal School, A n n Arbor, Mich.
DERBYSHIRE,
ARTHURJ., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, W a y n e Untversity
School of Mediczne, 1512 8t. Antoine St., Detrozt, Mich.
DETWILER,SAMUEL
RANDALL,Ph.B., A.M., Ph.D., X.S. (Hon.), (Ex. Com. '30'34)' Professor of Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, College of Physicians
and Surgeons, Columbta Unicersaty, 6.30 W e s t 168th St., N e w Pork City.
DOAN,CHARLESA,, B.S., M.D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Medicine,
and Director of Medical Research, Ohto S t a t e Unzverszty, K i n s m a n Hall,
Columbus, Ohio.
DODDS,GIDEONS., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Histology and Embryology, W e s t
Virginia University Medical School, Morgantown, W . V a .
DOMM,LINCOLN
V., Ph.D., Research Associate in Zoology, Whitman Laboratory
for Experimental Zoology, The Unzversity of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
DONALDSON,
JOHN
C., Ph.B., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
Unzwrsity of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
DORRIS, FRANCES,
Ph.D., Research Assistant in Embryology, Y u l e University
School of Medzcine, N e w Haven, Conn.
Dow, ROBERTS., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of
Oregon Medzcal School, Portland, Ore.
DOWNEY,HAL, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Aiiatomy, University of Minnesota
Medzcal School, Mznneapolis, X t n n .
DUBOIS, FRANKLIN
S.,A.B., M.S., M.D., Silver Hzll, N e w Canaan, Conn.
DUDSBERG,JULES,
M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Liege, 22 q u a i
Mativa, Liege, Belgtztni.
DUNCAN,
DONALD,A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University
of Texas, Galveston, Tex.
DUNN,H. L., B.A., M A . , M.R., Ph.D., M.D., Chief Statistician, Division of V i t a l
Stattstacs, Bureazi of the Census, Department of Commerce, Washington, D . C.
DUSHANE,GRAHAM P., Ph.D., Instructor in Zoology, The University of Chacago,
Chicago, Ill.
EARLE,
WILTONR., Ph.D., Cytologist, S a t i o n a l Instztiite of Health, Washington,
D . c.
EDWARDS,
EDWARD
A., ALD., Assistant in Anatomy, Harvard Medical School,
Boston, Mass.
EDWARDS,
J. GRAHAM,BI.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University
of Buffalo School of Medicine, 24 Hzgh St., Buffalo, N . P.
EDWARDS,LINDEN
F., B.A., M.S.,Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Ohio
State University College of Medicine, Haniclton Hall, Coliimbus, Ohto.
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HERBERT,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Coluntbza University,
116th and Broadway, N e w Y o r k Czty.
ELLIOTT,RUSH, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Comparative Anatomy,
Ohio Unzverszty, 9 Mamelta Ave., A t h e n s , Ohzo.
ELTVYN,
ADOLPH,A.M., Associate Professor of Neurology, Colzinibia Unwersity,
630 W e s t 168th St., N e w Yo& Czty.
EMERY,FREDERICK
E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, University o f
Buffalo, Buffalo, AT. Y .
ENDERS,ROBERT K., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Edward M a r t l n Bzological
ELFTauN,
Laboratory, Szuarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa.
ENGLE,EARLTHERQN, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
College of Physzczans and S w g e o n s , Colunibia Universzty, 636 W e s t 168th
St., N e w P o r k City.
ESAKI,SHIRO,R.I.D., Ph.D., Member of Anatomical Institute, K e i o Untversity,
Sasuke 666, h - a m a k w a , Japan.
ESHENBERG,
J. M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Loyola University
School of M e d m n e , Chicago, Ill.
ESSICK,CHARLESRHEIN, R.A., M.D., 700 Centre Ave., Reading, Pa.
ETKIN,WILLIAM,Ph.D., Instructor in Comparative Anatomy, College of the Czty
of N e w Y o r k , New Pork City.
ETTINGER,
GEORGEH., X.D., C.M., Professor of Physiology, Queen’s Unicerszty
Ezngston, Ontario, Canada.
EVANS,HERBERTMCLEAN,B.S., M.D., M.D. honoris causa, Freiberg (Ex. Coni.
’19-’22 ; Pres. ’30-’32), Hertzstein Professor of Biology, Profewor of
Anatomy and Director of the Institute of Experimental Biology, University
of Calrfornia, Berkeley, Calif.
EVANS,THOMAS HORACE,
M.D., Research Professor of Anatomy, New York
Medical College and Flower-Fifth Bve. Hospital; 350 South Mazn St., Prerport, N . P.
EVERETT,
JOHN W., A.B., Ph.D., Associate in Anatomy, Dnke University School of
Medzcine, Durham, N . C .
FANKHAUSER,
GERHARD,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Prznceton Uiltivtrsity, Prznceton, N . J .
FARIS,
HERVEYS., A.B., A.M., P h D . , M.D., Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
115 South Stone Ave., Tucson, A r m .
FARRIS,
EDMOND
J., Ph.D., Associate in Anatomy, In Charge of Operations, T h e
W i s t a r Instztute of A n a t o m y , Woodland Aue. and 96th S t . , Philadelphia, Pa.
FERRIS,
HARRYBURR,B.A., M.D., Professor of Anatomy Emeritus, Medical
Department, Yale University, 395 S t . Bonan St., N e w Haven, Conn.
FIGGE,
F. H. J., A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University of
Maryland Medical School, Baltzmore, Md.
FLIOXNER,
Loms BARKHOUSE,
S.B., M.D., Associate in Anatomy, Johns H o p k i n s
Unzversity, $153 M t . Royal Terrace, Baltimore, M d .
FOLEY,
JAMES
OWEN, M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatoniy, University
of AEabama School o f Medzcine, University, A l a .
FORBES,
THOMASR., Ph.D., Instructor i n Anatomy, Johns Hopkins Medical School,
Baltimore, M d .
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FORMAN,
JONATHAN,
A.B., M.D., Lecturer on Diseases Due t o Allergy i n the
Ohio State University, 394 E a s t Toum St., Columbz~s,OAzo.
FOUST,
H. L., D.V.M., Professor of Veterlnary Anatomy, I o w u S t a t e Collage,
A m e s , Iowa.
FRASER,
DORIS A., Ph.D., Fellow in Anatomy, University of Pennsylvanza School
of Medacine, Philadelphza, P a .
FRAZER,
JOHN ERNEST,D.Sc., F.R.C.S., Professor of Anatomy, Uiversity of
London, S t . Mary’s Hospatal Medical School, London, W., England.
FRENCH,
H . E., M.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Dean of the School of
Medicine, Unzversaty of N o r t h Dakota, Grand Forks, N . Dak.
FREUDENBEEGER,
CLAYB., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and IIead of the
Department, Unaverszty of U t a h , Salt L a k e Caty, Utah.
GAGE, SIMONHENRY, B.S. (Ex. Com. ’06-’11), Professor of Histology and
Embryology, Emeritus, S t a m o n Hall, Cornell Unwerszty, Ithacu, N . Y .
GAMBLE,DEAN L., B.S., Ph.D., President, Ward’s Natural Science Establishment,
902 N o r t h Goodman St., Rochester, N . P.
GARCIA,ARTURO,A.B., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Head of Department,
College of Medicine, University of the Philippines, 619 Colorado St., Manzla,
Phzlippine Islands.
GARDNER,\vILLIAhf U., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of
A n a t o m y , Y a l e Unzvrraaty School of JIr
n p , 535 Cedar Bt., S e w Haven,
Conn.
GAUNT,ROBERT,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, N e w Pork Unzverszty,
N e w Pork City.
GEIST, FREDERICK
D., M.D., Associate Profrssor of Anatomy, Universtty of
Wisconsan, Sczence Hall, Madison, Wasc.
GEORGE,RUGGLESKERR, B.A., M.B., D.P.H., Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
Unzverszty of Toronto, Toronto 5, Canada.
GEORGE,WESLEY CRITZ, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Histology and Embryology, Unaversity of N o r t h Caroltna Medical School, Chapel Hall, N . C.
GERSH, ISIDORE,
B.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Johns Hopktns Vedzcal
School, Baltamore, M a .
GEY, GEORGEO., B.R., M.D., Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital and
University, Johns Hopkzns Medtcal School, Baltimore, M a .
GILBERT,MARGARET
SHEA,B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 808 E . Hancock St., Appleton, Wzsc.
GLOBUS,J. H., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Neuro Anatomy, New York
University, 1133 F i f t h Ave., N e w Pork Czty.
GODWIN,MELVINC., B.A., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, W e s t Vargznia Unzversity,
School of Medzcane, Morgantowis, W . V a .
GOLDSMITH,JOSEPH
B., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Histology and
Embryology, Oklahoma Unwerstty School of Medzczne, Oklahoma Czty, Okla.
GOMEZ,E. T., Ph.D., Assistant Physiologist, Dzviszon of Dazry Nutritzon and
Physaology, Bureau o f Dazry Industry, U . S . Department of Agraculture,
Beltsz~zlle,M d .
GOODRICH, HUBERT
BAKER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Wesleyan
Universzty, M z d d k t o w n , Conn.
GORDON, ALBERTS., Ph.D., Instructor in Biology, Washzngton Square College,
N e w P o r k Onzverszty, Neu. York Csty.
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Goss, CHARLESMABO, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of
Ph: sicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 630 7V'est 168th St., New
Fork Caty.
GOULD, H-4RLEY NATHAN,A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, ATewconlb
College, Ttilane Universaty, ATew Orleans, L a .
GRAFFLIN,ALLAN L., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Harcard
Nedical Sclmol, Boston, Mass.
GRAXT,J. C. BOILEAU,M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Professor of Anatomy,
Unzversaty of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
GRANT,MADELEINEP., S.R.,M.A., Ph.D., Member Teaching Staff in Zoology,
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxvrlle, N . Y.
GRAVES,WILLIAM W., M.D., Professor and Director, Departmeiit of Neuropsychiatry, S t . Louts Unaversity School of Merlzciize, St. Louts, Mo.
GRAY, PETER,
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, Unzversafy of Pittsburgh,
Sclwol of Medicme, Pittsbtirgh, Pa.
GREENE,CHARLESW., A.M. Ph.D., Research Professor of Physiology, Uiiirersity of
Vissoura, 814 Varginiu Ave.,Columbia, Mo.
GREENE, EUNICEC., A.M., Research Inrestigator, S y r a c u s e Unaversity School o f
Medicz?ie, Syracuse, N . Y .
GREENE,WALTERFARRAR,
A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Aiiatoiiiy, Syracuse
College of Medaczne, 309 S o u t h X c B r i d e St., Syracuse, N . Y .
GREENHILL,J. P., B.S., N.D., F.A.C.S., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Loyola University Medical School ; Professor of Gynecology, Cook County
Graduate School of Medicine ; Attending Gynecologist, Cook County Hospital,
Siibte ,380546 Pitlsfield Blcildnng, 55 E a s t W a s h i n g t o n St., Chtcago, Ill.
GREEP, ROY O., M.S., Ph.D., Research Associate, Squzbb Instttzite for Medical
Research, S e w Brtinsaick, N . J .
GREGORY,
WILLIAMKING,A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Vertebrate Palaeontology, Columbia ; Curator Departments of Comparative and Human Anatomy
and Ichthyology, Research Associate in Anthropology and Palaeontology,
Amencan Xuseuin of Nuiiiral History, New YorL City.
GREULICH,WILLIAMW., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Director of
Adolescence Study Unit, Y a l e Unrversity School o f Medtcine, 333 Cedar St.,
New Haven, Comi.
GEODINSI~Y,
MANUEL,B.Sc., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, lTni\-ersity of
Nebraska, College of Medicine, 681 N . 5 8 t h St., Omaha, N e b .
GUDERNATSCH, F., Ph.D., Visiting Professor, Graduate School, New Fork Unzversrty, TF'asl&angton S q u a r e E a s t , A-ew Y o r k C i t y .
GUILD,STACY
R., A.M., P1i.D. (Ex. Corn. '39-), Associate Professor of Otology and
Director of Otological Research Laboratory, Jolins Hopkiiis University,
Johns Hophins Hospital, Balttmore, M d .
GURDJIAN,ELISHASTEPHESS,
A.B., M.S., M.D., Ph.D., Neuro-Surgeon, Receiving,
Grace and Providence IIospitals, 840 David n'lattney Bldg., Detroit, Mi&.
GUTHRIE,MARYJ., A.B., A.M., Pli.D., Professor of Zoology, Unzversity of Missotiri,
Cozumbla, M a .
GUTTMACHER,
ALAN F., A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins
University, 51 1 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Yd.
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GUYER,MICHAELF., Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Zoology, Unzversaty of Wzsco?Lszn,
Madison, W L S .
HAIR, GENE W., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Uiizverszty of Buffalo, School o f
Medaczne, Bwffald, hT.r.
HALL,BYRON
E., Ph.D., M.D., Mayo Clznzc, Rochester, Mtnn.
HALL,EDMUND
K., D.Sc., Ph.D., Assistant Professox of Anatomy, Cnibersity o f
Louwuzlle Medical School, Louasville, E y .
HALL,E. RAYNOND,Ph.D., Associate Professor of Vertebrate Zoology, Curator
of Mammals, Culzfornza Nuseiim of Vertebrate Zoology, Unzverszty o f Calafornia, Berkeley, Calif.
HALPERT,
B ~ L AM.D.,
,
Assistant Professor of Pathology, Louzsaana State Unzverszty Sclkool of Medzczne, Xezu Orleans, L a .
HAM,ARTHUR
W., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of Toronto,
Toronto, Canada.
HAMBLEN,
E. C., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Duke
Unzversaty School of A4ediczne, Durham, N . C.
HAMBURGER,
VIKTOR,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Washington Universaty, S t . LOWS,No.
HAMILTON,
JAMESB., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Pale U m v e r s i t y
School of Yedzczne, 333 Cedar St., New Haven, Conn.
HAMLETT,
GEORGEW. D., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Research Agent, U . S. BzoZogzcaZ
S w v e y , Carnegze Laboratory of Embryology, Baltzmore, M d .
HANhlOND, ~ ~ A R N E S
R.,Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Cornell UniWerStty A%fed%Cal
College, N e w Yorb Czty.
HANAN,ERNESTR., A.B., A.M., M.D., Bolzvar, M o .
HANSON,FRANKBLAIR,A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Director, T h e Rockefeller
Foundatton, 49 W e s t 49th St., New Pork City.
HARDESTY,
IRVING,A.B., Ph.D., Sc.D. (Ex. Com. '10 and '12-'15, '22-'23),
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy and Head of Department of Anatomy,
School of Medicine, Tiilane Universzty, P. 0. Statzon 20, hTew Orleans, L a .
HARGIW,
GEORGET., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, B6ology Bldg., Duke
Unzverszty, Durham, N . C .
HARRIS,HENRYA., M.A., M.D., B.S., M.R.C.P., D.Sc., Professor of Anatomy,
Tlae A n a t o m y School, The Unzverszty, Cambrzdge, England,
HARRISON,ROSS GRANVILLE.
Ph.D., M.D., Sc.D., (Pres. '12-'14), Chairman,
National Research Council; Sterling Professor of Biology and Director of
Osborn Zoological Laboratory Emeritus, Pale Unzverszty, N e w Haven, Conn.
HARTMAN,
CARL G., Ph.D., (Ex. Com. '29-'33), Research Associate, Carnegae
Laboratory of Embryology, Johns Hopkzns Medical School, B a l t h o r e , M d .
HARVEY,
BASILCOLEMAN HYATT, A.B., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Dean of
Students, Division of Biological Sciences, T h e Cnzversily of Chicago, Chzcago,
112.
HARWELL,
CHARLES W., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor in Micro-Anatomy,
E m o r y Unzverszt y, E m o r y , Ga.
HATERIUS,
HANS OLIVER,A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology,
W a y n e Unzzrrszty College of Medzczne, Detroit, Mtch.
HAW, ROBERTT., Ph.D., Director, CranbrooL I n s t t t u t e of Sczence, Bloomfield
tlrlls, Mzch.
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HAUSMAN,
LOUIS, A.B., M.D., Associate in Neuro anatomy, Cornell Medical
School; Associate Professor in Clinical Neurology, New York Hosliital, 140 E.
54 t h St., New Y o r k Czty.
HEINBECKER,PETER, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery, Washzngton Unz%erszty Medzcal School, St. Louts, iMo.
HELDT,THOMASJ., A.B., A.M., M.D., Physician in Charge of Division of Neuropsychiatry, Henry Ford Hospztal, Uetroat, Mzch.
HELFF,
0. M., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, New YO?^
Unzverszty, New Y o r S Czty.
HELLBAUM,ARTHURA., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Unzverstty of
Oklahoma, School of Medrczne, OLlahoma Czty, Okla.
HERRICK,
CHARLESJUDSON, Ph.D., (Ex. Corn. ’13-’17), Emeritus Professor of
Neurology, The University of Chicago, 236 Mornangsadc Drzve, Grand Rapids,
Mwh.
HERTIG,ARTHURT., M.D., Associate in Pathology and Instructor in Obstetrics,
Harvard Medical School ; Pathologist aiid Visiting Obstetrician to Outpatients, Boston Lying-in Hospital ; Pathologist, F r e e Hospital for Women,
Brookline, Mass. ; ,031 Longaood Avt., Boston, Maha.
HERTZLER,
ARTHUR E., B.S., A.M., P h D . , M.D., LL.D., F.A.C.S., Professor of
Surgery, Unzverszty of Kansas, Halstead, Kansas.
HETHERINGTON,
DUNCANCHARTERIS,
A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor
of Anatomy, DuLe Universtty Medzcal School, Durham, N . C.
HEUSER,CHESTER I€., A.M., Ph.D., Research Associate, Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution, Johns Hopkans Medwal School, Balt+more, Md.
HIGGINS,GEORGEM., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Experimental Biology,
Uninzverszty of Mtnneaota, Mayo Foundataon, Rochester. Maan.
HILL, JAMES
PETER,D.Sc., P.R.S , Professor of Embryology, University of
London, Unaverstfy College, Gower St., London, W . C. 1, England,
HILL, ROBERTT., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomg, Indiana Unzversity,
Medical School, Bloomtngton, Inti.
HILTON,WIILIAM A., B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Zoologq, Poniona College, Director
Laguna Marzne Laboratory, Cluremont, Calzf.
HINES, MARION,A.B.. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Johns H o p k z ~ s
Medical School, Baltzmore, M d .
HINSEY,JOSEPH C., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, Cornell Unzversrly
Medzcal College, 1300 P o r k Ave., New Y o r k Czty.
HIRSCH,G. CHRISTIAN, Ph.D., Lector, Head of Department of Experimental
Histology, Zoological Laboratory. The Unrcersaty, Utrecht, Janskerkhof 3,
Holland.
HISAW, FREDERICK
L., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Btological
Laborafories, Harvard Unznerszty, Cambrzdge, Mass.
HOhDLEY, LEIOTI,A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Harvard Unzverszty, Cambridge. Mass.
HOERR,NORUAND
L., B.A., Ph.D., M.D., Assistant Piofessor of Anatomy, T h e
Universtty of Chicago, CFizcago, I l l .
HOGG,IRA
D., B.A., M A . , Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Department
of Anatomy, Universit! of Pittsburgh School o f Medicine, 617 Hantpton Ace.,
Wzlkznsburg, Pa.
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A M E R l C A N ASSOCIATION O F A N A T O M I S T S
IIOGUE,MARY J., Pli.T)., Associate in Anatomy, University of Pennsylvania
Medzcal School, Philadelpliza, Pa.
HOLLINSHEAD,
WILLIAMH., A.B., M.S., PlI.D., Associate in Anatomy, DiiLe
Unrceisnty School o f Metlzczne, Durhanr, N . C.
ROLT,CAROLINE M., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology and
Public Health, Szm~iionsCollege, 38 Rzdge Ave., A'ewton Centre, iMass.
HOLYOKE,
EDPARDA., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unzcel saty
of Nebraska, College of Vcdiczne, 4dnd and Dewey Awe., Onaaha, N e b .
HOOKER,CHARI~FSW.,I'h.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Y a l e Unzversity School o f
Medicine, A-ew Haveil, Coiiiz..
HOOKER,
DAXENPORT, &I.A., Ph.U., ( E X . corn., '22-'255), Professor Of Anatomy,
School of Medzczne, Univeisity of Pittsburgh, Pattsctrgh, Pa.
HOPKINS,GRANT SHERMAN,
Sc.D., D.V.M , Emeritus Professor of Comparativc
Veterinary *4natomy, Coriiell Universzty, Ithaca, N . P.
ROSKINS,MARLARET MORRIS, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Microscopic Anatomy.
New P o r k Uiiiversity Dental College, 477 Ferst Ave., New Pork Czty.
HOWE,HOWARD
A., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Johns Hopiczns Unicerszty
School of MedLczne, Baltzniore, M d .
Hoir ELL, A . BRAZIER,
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of A n a t o m y ,
Johris HopLans IMedzcal School, Baltemore, M d ,
HOFLAND,RUTHB., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, Washington Square
College, S e w Y o r k Unzuerszty, TVaskzngton Square E a s t , New Y o r k City.
HOY,WN. E., JR.,A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Biology and Head of the Department
of Biology, Unrverszty of South Carolana, 8318 T h e a t St., Columbia, S. C.
IIRDLICKA,
ALES, M.D., Sc.D., Curator, Dlvision of Physical Anthropology, UTilled
S t a t e s National Mziseunr, Snwthsonran fnstitutton, Waslizngton, D. C.
HUBER,
JOHN
F., M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Temple Uniceiaity,
Philadelpheu, P a .
HUGHSON,
WALTER,
S.B., N.D., Director Otologieal Reseaieh Laboratory, A bzngton
Jfemorial Ilospztal, Abingtow. Pa.
IIUMMEL,
KATHARINE
P., Ph.D., 8243 Commonwealth Ave., S t . Paul, Mzna.
HUNPHREY,RUFUS R., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Scliool of Medicine, University of Buffalo, 2 4 Hagh St., B u f a l o , N . Y .
HUMPHREY,TRYPHENA,
M.D., Ph.D., Instiuctor In Anatomy, University of
Pitlsbwrgh Xedical School, Pittsburgh, Pa.
HUXT, THOMASE., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Histology and Embryology,
Unzuershty of Alabama Mctlrcal Sclmo7, Untverszty, A l a .
HUNTEROSCAR B., A.R., A.M., M.D., Professional Lecturer, Georgetown Uni\ er
sit?., 1835 Eye St., K . JV., TPaskiiigton, D. C.
HUTCHINSON,
C'RANFORD, J'h.D., Associate, The Wistnr Institute, Morrw Beologicnl
Farm, Brzalol, Pa.
TNGALLS,
N. WILLIAM,B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, School of
Medicme, Western Reservc Uiaieeisrly, 5516 EthSoii Road, Cleveland Heights,
Ohzo.
I ~ G F R S O LE\ERETT
L,
H., Ph.D , Associate Professor o f Anatomy, Medical CoTlege
of l'wglaza, Richnsond, V n .
JNGRAM,
W.R., Pli.D., Associate Professor of Anntoinp, Deparlmeitt of A n a t o m y ,
S t a t e Univertztrl of l o u n , l o t i a Ctty, Iowa.
LIST O F AIEMBEKS
45
CLARENCE
M., M.S., M.D., LL.D., (Ex. Coni. ’10-’14, ’23-28, Vice-Pres.
’16-’17. Pres. ’ 2 2 - ’ 2 3 ) , Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy,
InstatiLte of Anatoniy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Nann.
JACKSON,
JOSEPH
L., M.A., MB., Professor of Anatomy, Universrty of Saskatche-
JACKSON,
wan, Saskatoon, Canada.
RALPH G., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, W a y n e University School of
Medzcane, 1512 S t . Antoine St., Detroit, Mich.
JEFFERS, KATITERINE
R., Pli.D., Instructoa in Zoology, Duke University, D?crliam,
N . C.
JENKIKS,
GEORGEB., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Director of Anatomy
Department, George Washangton University X e d i c a l School, Washington, D. C.
JOB, THESLE T., A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Loyola University
School of Mcdacine, 706 South Wolcott Ave., Chicago, Ill.
.JOHNSON,
FRANKLIN
P., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Urology,
t-niversity of Oregon Medical School, 620 MedLcal Arts Bnilcltng, Portland,
Ore.
rroHNsoN, MYRAL., Ph.D., Instructor i n Zoology, S m i t h College, hTortlianrpton,
Xass.
JOHNSON,
SYDNEY
E., Ph.D., M.D., F.A.C.P., Professor of Gross Anatomy,
School of Medicinr, IJniversity of Louisville, 102 W e s t Claestniit St., Loutsville, K y .
JOHNSTON,
JOHN
B., Ph.D., Sc.D. (lion.), Emeritus Dean of the College of Science,
Literature and the Arts, Professor of Comparative Neurology, University
of Minnesota, 2946 E . Rzver Road, Minneapolis, Minn.
JOHNSTON,
THOMASBAILLIE,
M.B., Ch.B., Professor of Anatomy, University of
London, Guy’s Hospztal XpdacaZ School, London, S. E . 1, England.
JOHPITSTONE,
PAULN., A.R., M.D., Physician and Surgeon, 910 Arglyle Blrlg.,
K a n s a s C i t y , Mo.
JOXES,
DAVIDS., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Loyola Unicersily ,Medical School,
Chicago, 121.
JOSES,
OLIVERP., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Universzty of Buffalo,
School of M e d m n e , 24 Hagh St., Buffalo, N . Y .
JONES,RUSSELL, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatoiny, Inrlianrr Cniverstty
School of ilfedtcrne, Bloorntngton, Intl.
J O R D a N , HARVEY
ERNEST,
A.M., Ph.D. (Ex. Com. ’18-21), First Vice-Pres. ’36-38),
Professor of Anatomy and Director of thr Anatomical Laboratories, 1lepat.tment of Xedacine, Universrty of Virganza, Charlottesville, V a .
I<a.zx, HELENWARTON,l’h.Il., Associate Professoi of Zoology, Welleclcy CoTZege,
Wellesley, Mass.
I<ARIT’, HERMAN,Ph.D., Instructor in Physiology, Uitimerstt?y of Xrnnesota,
Minneapolis, Minn.
I < u I P M E I E R , OTTO FREDERIC,
A.B., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of A11ato111;van(X IIead
of Dcpaitment, College of Mcdactnc, University o f 17lrnozs, 1853 W . P o l k St.,
Chicago, Ill.
1<49PPERS, CORNELK-sURBOARIBNS, M.D., &.I)., L.D., Director of thr Central
Institute f o r Brain Research of Holland ; Professor of Comparative Neurology, University of Aiiisteiclam, M a n r i t d a t l e G I , .4naatert7ani, Hol7and.
JANES,
46
ABIERICAN ASSOCIATION O F ANATOMISTS
KEEGAN,J. JAY,A.M., M.D., Professor of Surgery, University of Nebraska
College of Medicine, 133s Yedacal A r t s Bualding, Omaha, N e b .
KEITH, SIR ARTHUR,M.D., LL.D., F.R.C.S., D.Sc., F.R.S., Master of Buckston
Browne Research F a r m , Downe, Kent, England.
KELLOGG,REMINGTON,
Ph.D., Assistant Curator of Mammals, U . S. N ~ ~ L o I I ( ~ Z
Museum, Washangton, D. C.
KELLY,G. LOMBARD,
A.B., B.S., M.D., Dean and Professor of Anatomy, Unzuerszty
of Georgza, School of Medaczne, Angusta, Ga.
KERNAN,JOHN D., JR., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Oto-Laryngolog! ,
Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, 103 East 7 8 t h St., Now York
Caty.
KEY, J. ALBEHT,B.S., M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, W a s h angton Unzverszty, S t . Lou%-, Mo.
KILLE,FRANK
R., PhD., Aavivtaiit Professor of Zoology, Swartlimore College,
Swarthmore, Pa.
KINDRED,JAMES
ERNEST,A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associatr Professor of Anatomy,
Unzuerszty of Ptrginaa MetEzcal School, B o a 13'41, Unzverszty Statiom,
Charlottesvdle, V a .
KING, HELENDEAN,A.M., Ph.D., Member of The Wistar Institute (Experimental
Zoology), The W'antar Instztute of Anutoniy, 36th S t . and Woodland Age.,
PhiEadelphaa, Pa.
KING, JESSIE
L., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, Goucher CoElege, Baltamore, M d .
KINGERY,HUGH MCMILLAN,
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
School of Hedacavie, Unzversaty of Colorado, Denver, C o b .
KINGSBURY,
BENJAMIN
F., A.B., Ph.D., M.D., 11.S~.(Ex. Com. '22-'25, Vice-Press.
'32- '34), Professor of Histology and Embryology, Cornell University, 2 Souila
Ave., Ithaca, N . P.
KINGSLEY,D. M., M.S., Ph.D., RI.D., Assistant Visiting Surgeon to Charity
Hospital, 110% Canal B a n k Bldg., iVew Orleans, La.
KIRKHAM,WILLIAM BARRI, Ph.D., Consulting Director, Museum of Natural
History 620 S t a t e St., Sprangfield, Mass.
KIRKMAN,HADLEY,
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Stanford University,
Calzf.
KIRSCHBAUM,
ARTIIUR,Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Yale University School of
Medacrne, 533 Cedar St., New Haven, Convi.
KNIGHT,H. O., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Medical School, University of Texas,
3'120 Avenue, Galweston, Texas.
KNISELY,MELVINH., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, The University of
Chicago, Chzcago, 111.
KNOUIW,R. A., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Profrssor of Anatomy, Department of Anator~~!g,
Ohio S t a t e Unzversity, Columbus, Ohzo.
KNOWER,HENRYMcE., A.B., P1i.D. (Johns Hopkins), (Ex, Corn. '11-'15, '24'26), Teacher Anat. '99-'31; 'Secretary' (Manag. Editor) Am. J. Anat.
'00-'20; First Editor Anat. Rec.; (Retired), Woods Hole, Mass.
KOCH, JOHW
C., B.S., M.D., ,065 Euclzd Ave., East, Detroat, Milch.
KOFOID, CHARLES ATWOOD,A.B., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D., Professor of Zoology
Emeritus, Room 5090, L r f e Sczences Blc7g., Unzverszty of Calzfornza, Berkeley,
Calif.
LlST O F MEMBEKS
47
KoRmiAusER, 8. I., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Executive Secretary,
U n h e r s z t y of Loutsvrlle, School of Medierne, 101 TV. Chestnut St., Loutsvalle, Ey.
KOZELKA,
A. W., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Physician aid Surgeon, T w o Rivers, Wzs.
KRAFKA,
JOSEPH, JR., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of hlieroscopic Anatomy, Medical
Department, Unzverskty of Georgra, A u g u s t a , Ga.
KRAUSE,
ALLEN KRAMER,
A.B., A.M., M.D., Litt.D., Editor, American Review of
Tuherculosis. 625 N o r t h W o l f e St., Baltwnore, Md.
KREHBIEL,
KOBF,ETH., M.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Unrverszfy of Illanots,
College of Mediczne, 1853 W . Polk St., Chzcago, Ill.
KRIGG,WENDELLJ . S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, N e w Y o r k Enivers t y , College of Medicme, N e w Y o & Caty.
KROGMAN,
WILTON M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy and Physical
Anthropology, School of Medscine, T h e Unwerstty of Chzcago, Chzcago, ZZ1.
KROPP,BENJANIN,
Ph.D., Lecturer in Embryolog?-, Queen’s Unzverszty Medical
School, K i n g s t o n , O n t a r w , Canada.
KUHLENBECK,
H-4RTWIG, M.D., Ph.D., ~’rofessor of Anatomy, fl’OnIUi1 ’S Medicaz
College of Pennsylvanza, Philadelphia, P a .
KUNXEL,
BEVERLY
WACTGH,
Ph.B., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Lapayette College,
Xaston, P a .
KUNTZ, ALBERT, Ph.D., M.D. (Second Vice Pres. ’38-), Professor of Microanatomy, S t . Lours Unzwrszty Merlzrul School, 1402 S o u t h Grand Ave., S t .
Louas, Mo.
KUTCHIN,
MRS. HARRIET
LEHMANN,
A.M., “ T h e Maplewood,” Green L a k e , W i s .
LACHMANN,
ERNST,
M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unzverstty of Oklahonia
School of Metlrczne, Oklahoma Caty, Okla.
LAMBERT,
AVERYELDORUS,
B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Histology, State University
of Iowa Medical School, R o o m 360, Medscal Laboratories Bldg., Iowa City,
Zowa.
LAXGWORTHY,
ORTHELLO
R., A.B., A.M., M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology,
Johns Hopkins University, Johiis H o p l m s Hospztnl, Ballzmore, Md.
LARSELL,
OLOF, A.M., Ph.D., (Ex. Com. ’38-), Professor of Anatomy, Dean of
Graduate Division, Oregon State System of Higher Educatlon, Unrverszty
of Oregon Medzcul School, Portland, Oregon.
LASSEK, ARTHURM., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anstoliiy, Metltcal
College o f t h e State of Sonth Carolma, Charleston, S . C.
LATIMER,
HOMERB., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Medzcal School, Unzv e m i t y of E a n s a s , Lawrence, Kansas.
LATTA,JOHN
S., A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Nebraska,
College of Medicine, Forty-second S t . and Dewey Ave., Omaha, Neb.
LAWLESS,JOHN
5., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, W e s t Virginra
Enzverszty School of Medicme, Morgantown, W . Ba.
LERLOND,
C . P., M.D., Lnboralorar d e SywthPse Atoinaqne, 67 rnc Franklin, I T ~ ~ J
(Xerne), Prance.
LECHE,STELLAM., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Pulanp
Unzverszty School of ,Mediczne, N e w Orleans, L a .
LEE, FERDINAND
CHRISTIAN,A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery, Jok7ts
Hopkrns Hospitnl, Baltimore, M d .
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION O F AXATOMISTS
LEONARD,
SAMUEL,
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Rutgers Cniversily,
rVezu Briinswzck, N . J .
LEVENSTEIN,
IRVING
M., Ph.D., Assistant Instructor in Biology, Washington
Square College, New Porl; Unzverszty, New P o r k Czty.
LEVI,GIUSEPPE,M.D., Institut d’Anatomze pathol., 1, rue des bonnes filles, Liege,
Brlgoqne.
LEWIS, DEAN D., M.D., Sc.D., LL.D., Professor of Surger), Johns Hopkins
University, Johns B o p b i n s Hospdal, Baltzmore, M d .
LEWIS,FREDEEIC
T., A.M., M.D., (Ex. Com. ’09-’13, Vice Pres. ’14-’16; Pres.
‘ 3 6 - ’ 3 8 ) , Professor of C’omparative Anatomy, Harvard Medzcal School,
Bo&to7l,L u U S S .
LEWIS, MARGARET
REED,Research Assoriatc, Department of Embryology, Carnegie
Institution of Washington, Johns HopLans Medacal School, Baltimore, M d .
LEVIS, WARRENHARMON,
B.S., M.D., (Ex. Corn. ’09-’11, ’14-’17, Pres. ’34-’36),
Reseaich A4ssociate, Department of Embryology, Carnegie Institution of
Washington, Professor of P J siological Anatomy, Jolms Hopbzns Medzcal
Scliool, Baltzniore, 24d.
LILLIE,FRANK
RbT TRAY, Ph.D., Sc.D., Andrew MacLeish Distinguished Servire
Professor of Embryology, Department of Zoology (Emeritus), The Universit?
of Chicago ; President of Marine I3iological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass. ;
President, National Academy of Sciences, The Unzverszty of Chzcago, Chicago,
Ill.
LINELL,ERIC h I l B R O S E , Ch.B., M.D., Professor of Neuropathology, Bantzng
Institlbtc, Unoverstty of l o r o n t o , Canada.
LIPSHUTZ,
BENJAMIN,
M.D., Assistant Professor in h’euro anatomy, Jefferson
Medical College, 1007 Sprnce St., Phzludelphza, Pa.
LITTLE,CLARENCE
COOK, B.A., M.S., Se.D., L L D . , Litt.D., Director, Jacksox
lllrniorzal Laboratory, B u r Harbor, M E .
LOOPER,
J A ~ I EBTJRDINE,
S
Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Unzvrrsity of
N i s s i s s i p p z , Oxford, 12Ciss.
LOOSLI,CLAYTON
G., Ph.D., M.D., Bzllzngs Meniorzal Hosprtal, Charago, Ill.
LORD,
FREDERIC
I?., A.B., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, nartniouth X e d a c d School,
39 College St., Hanover, AT. H .
LORENTEDE N6, RAPHAEL, M.D., Associate, Rockefeller Instztzite f o r Medzcal
Research, 66th S t . and P o r k Ave., A’m P o r k C i f y .
LOTII,EDWARD,M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Director of Anatomical
Institute, University of Warsaw, 5 Chalubznsbz Str., Warsaw, Poland.
LORKEY,
L4WSON GENTRY,A.M., M.D., Director Mental IIygiene Research, Vocatioiial Ad.pstnient Bureau, 98 W e s t 5 4 t k St., Nrw Pork City.
LUPAS,A4LFRF,D M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology, Iowa S t a l e College,
Anies, Ioica.
LUCAS,MIRIAMSCOTT,
Ph.D., Department of Zoology, Iowa State College, Antes,
Iowa.
LYOWS,
~ 4 r I L L 1 4 J IR., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of Colt
fornza, Berkeley, Calzf.
hfACCALLU31, DANIEL ~.4RTLE?.T, S.R., Plt.n., M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Unoversit?] of SoUthern Califor?~ia,Met7zcul School, Los Angeles,
Calif.
L[ST O F MEMBEES
49
MACEWEN,EWEN,B.S., M.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Director of the
Anatomical Laboratories, Dean, College of Medicine, Uiizversity o f Iowa,
Iowa City, Iowa.
~~ACFA
CLAUDE
L L , M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Creigkton Medzcal sc7toOl,
Omaha, N e b .
MACFARLAND,
FRANK
MACE, A.M., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Histology,
Leland Stanford Junior University ; President California Academy of
Sciences, San Francisco; 775 S a n t a Fnez St., S a n f o t d Unzverszty, Calaf.
MCCLENDON,
JESSE
F., Ph.D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry, University of
Minnesota, $1J ,&fallard Hall, Universzty of Minnesota, Mznneapolas, Minm.
MCCLUNG,CLARENCEE., Ph.G., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology and
Director of the Zoological Laboratory, Unzversity of Pennsylvania, Pi&delphia, Pa.
MCCLURE,CHARLESFREEMAN
WILLIAMS,A.M., Sc.D. (Vice-Pres. ' l O - ' l l ,
ExCom. '12-'16, Pres. '20-'21), Professor Emeritus of Comparative Anatomy,
Princeton Unzacrszty, Princeton, N . J .
NCCOITER,ROLLOE., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, Medical School, University
of Michigan, Lakewood R. R. 1, Ann Arbor, Mtck.
AICCRADY,EDWARD
JR., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, University of the South,
Sewanee, Tenn.
MCGILL, CAROLINE,
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., Physician 58 W . Qiiartz, B u t t e , Mont.
MCKENZIE, FRED
F., A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry,
lTntversaty of Nissoura, Columbia, Mo.
MCKIBBEN, PAULS., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D. (Ex. Coni. '31-'35), Professor of
Anatomy, Unaverszty o f Sozit7iern Culzfornia, Los Angeles, Culzf.
~ I C K I N N E Y , ROSCOEL., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Howard Uniuerszty, ashington, D . C .
MACKLIN,C. C., M.B., M.D., M.A., Pli.D., F.R.S.C. (Ex. Com. ' 2 8 - ' 3 2 ) , Professor
of Histology and Embryology, Untverszty o f W e s t e r n Oiitarzo X e d i c a l School,
London, Ontario, Canada.
MACLEAN,BERNICEL., A.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Department
of Biological Sciences, H u n t e r College, d Park Ave., Wew Pork City.
MAGATH,THOMASBYRD,M.S., Pli.D., M.D., Consulting Physician, Clinical Laboratories, Mayo Clinic and Professor of Pathology and Parasitology, University
of Minnesota, i i a y o Cltntc, Rochester, Mtnn.
MAGOUN,H. W., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology, Institute of Fetirology,
Xorthwestern Uiizversity Jfedical School, Chicago, Ill.
MAGRUDER,
SANUEL
R., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, T u f t s College Medzcal
School, 416 IEuntington Awe., Boston, Mass.
MAINLAND,
DONALD,M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc., F.R.S.E., Department of A n a t o m y , Dalhousae Untverszty, Halifax, Xova Rcotza, Canada.
MALONE,EDWARD
F., A.B., M.D. (Ex. Com. '31-'35), Francis Brunning Professor
of Anatomy, University of Czncinnatr, College of Xedicine, E d e n Ave.,
Czncinnati, Ohto.
M A N G I J ~CHARLES
~,
S., A.B., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Nortll
Carolina, 510 E a s t Franklin St., Chapel Hzll, N . C .
MANTER,JOHN
T., PIi.D., Ass1st:cnt Professor of Anatomy, Unzversit!y of Solrth
DalVota, Scl~oolof Xedicz?ze, Perinillion, S . Dak.
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A IIE RICAN ASSOCIATION O F AKATORSISTS
XARK,
EDWARD
LAURENS,
Ph.D., LL.D., Herscy Profess01 of Anatomy (Emeritus),
Harvard University and Trustee of the Bermuda Biological Station for
Research, Inc., 109 I r v i n g St., Cambrzdge, Mass.
MARKEE,J. E., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, S t a n f o r d University,
S t a n f o r d , Calzf.
MARSHALL,
CLYDE,M.D., Assistant Professor in Anatomy, Yale University School
of Medicine, 3.93 Cedar St., New Haven, Conn.
MARTIN, CECIL P., M.A., M.B., D.Sc., Professor of Anatomy, McGilZ U n w e r s t t y ,
Montreal, Canada.
MASON,KARLE., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Banderbtlt University
,Medical School, Nctshville, Tenn.
MASTIN, EDWARD
V., M.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery, S t . Louts Unzverstty
Medical ScAool, S t . Louts, Mo.
MATAS,RUDOLPH,M.U., LL.D., Sc.D., F.R.C.S. Eng. (lion.) Professor of Surgery
(1894-1927), Emcritus (1927-), and Demonstrator of Anatomy (1885-1894),
Tulane University, 22.55 S t . Charles Ave., Xew Orleans, La.
MATTTIRWS,
SAMUEL
A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Williams
College, Williumstown,Mass.
MAVOR,JAMES WATT, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Union College,
Schenectady, AT. F.
MEAD, HAROLDTUPPER. B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Lzmestone
College, Gaffney, S . C .
MEADER,
RALPHG., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Yale University School
of Medicine, 333 Cedar St., New H a v e n , Conn.
MEAKER,SAMUEL
R., A.B., A.M., M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), F.A.C.S., F.C.O.G.,
Professor of Gynaecology, Boston University School of Medicine, 475
Commonwedth Ace., Boston, Mass.
MBS'DELSOHN,WILLIAM,M.S., M.D., Resident Surgeon, M t . Sinat Hospital, Cleveland, Ohto.
MENIZIN,VALP, M.D., Instructor in Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Boston,
Mans.
METTLER,FRED
A., A.B., A.M., M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Executive
Chairman of the Dcpartment, Unzverscty of Grorgta Medical Sclzool, A u g u s t a ,
Ga.
METER,ADOLF,M.D., LL.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Henry
Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, Jokns Hopkatis Hospital, Baltzmore, Y d .
MEYER,ARTHURW.,S.B., M.D. (Ex. Coni. '12-'16, Vice-Prcs. '24-'2;i), Professor
of Anatomy Emeritus, Leland Stanford Junior University, 282 Waverly St.,
Palo Alto, Caltf.
MEPER, ROLANDK., A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, Uepartmrnt of Zoology,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wts.
MICHELS, NICHOLASA., M.A., D.Sc., Associate Professor of Anatomy, The
Uantel Ballgk I n s t i t u t e o f Anatomy, Jefferson Medical College, Phzladelphaa,
Pa.
MIDLO, CHARLES,M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Lovcssuna S t a t e University, Medzcal Center, S e w Orleunb, L a .
LIST O F MEMBEIIS
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MILLER, RUTH ALEXANDER,A.B., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, College of
Physicians and Surgeons, Goluinbia Univelsity, 630 W . 168th St., New York
Czty.
MILLER, SHIRLEYP., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
Anatomteal Insttlute, Unzverszty of Mznnesota, Mznneaoplrs, Mznn.
MILLER,WILLIAMSNOW,M.D., Sc.D. (Vice-Pres. '08- '09), Professor of Anatoiny
(Emeritus), Unitersity of Wisconsin, 6002 Jefferson St., Xadzson, Was.
MOODY,RQBERTORTON,B.S., M.D., Emeritus Professor of Anatomy, University
of Calzfornza, 2826 Garbe? St., BerLeley, Calzf.
MOORE,CARLR., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Zoolog), H u l l Zoologzcal Laboratory,
T h e Untverszty of Chacago, Chzcago, Ill.
MORGAN,
LAWRENCE
ONIS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Unzverszty of Czncznnata, College of Meilzczne, E d e n Ave., Czncannata, Ohan.
MORRILL,CHARLESV., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Cornell
Unzversaty Medzcal College, 1300 Y o r k Ave., N e w Pork Caty.
MORTENSEN,O m A., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Untverszty of
Wisconszn, Madzson, Wzs.
MORTON, DUDLEY JOY, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy,
College of Physz-czans a ? ~ dSurgeons, Colzinibza Unzversaty, 630 West 168th St.,
Kew Pork Czty.
MORTON,THONASH., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Naagara Cnrverszty,
Xtagara Unzverszty, N . P.
MOSSMAN,HARLAND
W., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Sczence Hall,
Unzversaty op Wzsconszn, Madrson, Was.
MEYDRS,BURTON
D., A.M., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Dean of the Indiana
University of Medicine, 464 N . W a l n n t St., Bloomangton, Ind.
MYERS, J. ARTHUR,M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Professoi of Preventive Medicine aiid
Chief of Chest Clinic, University of Mznnesota Medzcal School, Xznneapolas,
Mann.
NACHTKIEB, HENRYFRANCIS, B s., Professor Emeritus, Animal Binlog), Uni\ ersity of Minnesota, 2 4 4 8 Cedar St., B e r l A e y , Calzf.
h-AHM, LAIJRA
J., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Juntor College of Flat Rtver,
Flat Rzver, Yo.
XAKAGAS, JUAN
CANCIO,M.D., Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
University of the Philippines, 719 Plorzda St., Mantla, Phzlzppzne Islands.
NEAL, HERBERTVINCENT,A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor Emeritus of Zoology,
Tufts College, Bar Harbor, Mazne.
KELSON,WARRENO., A.B., Sc.M., Ph.D., Professor and Head of the Department
of Anatomy; Chairman of the Division of Basic Medical Sciences, W a y n e
Unzversaty, School of Medicine, 1512 St. Anlozne St., Detroat, Mzch.
NICHOLAS,JOHN
SPANGLER,
M.S., Ph.D., Sterling Professor of Biology, Osborn
Zoologzcal Laboratory, P u l e Unzverszty, h'ew Haven, Conn.
N 0 B A 4 c K , GUSTAVEJ., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, New York
University, 477 Farst dve., N e w Pork Caty.
NOBLE,G. KINGSLEY,
A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Curator, Departments of Herpetology
aiid Experimental Biology, Amerzcan Nusenin of Natural Hzstory, Central
P a r k West at 7 9 t h St., Xew l'ork Czty.
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NONIDEZ,J o s i F., N.S., Sc.D., Professor of Anatomy, Cornell University Medical
College, 1500 Y o r k Ave., N e w YorL C i t y .
NORRIS, H. W., A.B., Sc.D., Research Professor of Zoology, Grznnell College,
Grinnell, Iowa.
OBENCIIAIN,JEANETTE B., Ph.D., Research Associate, Department of Anatomy,
The Onzversrty of Cliacago, Chicago, Ill.
O’DONOGHUE,
CHARLESH., D.Sc., F.Z.S., F.R.S.E., Reader, Drpartment of Zoology,
Unicerszty of E d i n b w g l i , Scotland.
0 ’LEARY,
JAMES L., Ph.D., M.D., Assistant Professor of Cytology, Washington
Untcersity School of Xedicane, S t . Louts, Mo.
OPPENHEIMER,
JANE M., Ph.D., Instructor i n Biology, Bryn Mawr College, 935
South 1 5 t h St., Philadelphia, Pa.
OSTERUD,HJALMAR L., A.E., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Medical College
of Virganaa, Richmond, Va.
OVERHOLSEE,MILTON D., AX., A.M., Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Anatomy and
Chairman of Department, Zlnieerstty of Xissoiiri, Colt~?nbta,,Mo.
PAFF,G F ~ R G EH., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Long Island CoZZege of
iMedtcine, 5.50 Henry St., Brooklyn, S. E’.
PAINTER,
THEOPHII~USS., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Zoology, Department of
Zoology, Uwtverstty of Texas, Austin, Texas.
PALMER,CARROLL
E., M.A., Ph.D., ALD., Medieal Officer in Charge, Office of
Child Hygiene, U . S. Public Health Srrcice, TTashington, D. C .
PALMER,
DWIGIITM., B.Sc., M.Sc., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Ohio
State Universzty, Columbus, Oliio.
PANXRATZ,
DAVIDS., A.E., A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Universit!/ of Tennessee, Yeniphis, Tenn.
PAPANICOLAOU,
GEORGEN., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Cornell
rsaty Medrcnl College, 1300 Pork Ave., h’ew E’ork Czty.
PA4PEZ, JAMES
WENCESLAS,
R.A ., hI.D., Professor of Anatomy, Cornell University,
Itliaca, N . I?.
PARKER,
ALICEE., I’h.D., Tiistrurtor in Anatom), Universat?y of Colorado School of
Medicine, Tlencer, Colo.
PARKER,
GEORGEHOWARD,
D.Sc., Professor of Zoology, Emeritus, Harvcii d University, 16 Berkelry St., Cambridge, Xass.
PARKER,RAYMOND
C., E.A., Ph.D., Associate of the Rockefeller Institute, 6 6 t h St.
and Fork Ave., X e w Y o r k City.
PARKES,
A. S., I).Sc., F.R.S., Member, iVntzonaZ Iiistitiite for Xedical Research,
Hampstead. London, X.W. 9, England.
PATTEN,
BRADLEY
MERRILL,A.M., Ph.D. (Second Vice Pres. ’34-’36), Professor
of Anatomy, University of Mtcltigan, A n n Arbor, Xach.
PATTERSON,
JOHNTHOMAS,B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology and Director of
Research in Zoology, University of Texas, 1908 Cliff St., A u s t i n , Texas.
PEARSON,
ANTHONYA., M.A., Ph.D., Assoriate i n Anatomy, Loyola Onicrrsttjl
School o f Xedzcine, 7’06 Soutli Lincoln St., Chicago, Ill.
PENCHARZ, RICHARD I., Ph.D., Instructor, 1)epartment of Obstetrics and Gynecology, l‘niversity o f C a l l f O T l i t f ~Mllcdical Scliool, SUNFrancisco, Calrf.
T’mI<ms, O R ~ I A N
(”., *I.B., A.M., bI.D., F.A.C.P., Professor of Neurology, Long
Island College of Medicine, 8?9 Carroll St., Bioo7,Tyn, lr.I’.
LIST O F MEMBEES
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PFEIFFER,
CARROLL
A., Pli.D., Research Assistant, Departlnent of Aaatotily, Pale
University School of Meilictiie, New Haven, Conn.
PIERSOL,
WILLIAMHUNTER,
B.A., ME., Professor of Histology and Embryology,
University of Toronto, 35 Dtcnl;egaiL Road, TOrOlktO, Canada.
PINCUS,GREGORY,Sc.D., Visiting Professor of Experimental Zoology, Clark
Universzt?y, Worcester, Mass.
PLISKE,
EDWARD
C., Ph.D., Instriictor i n Anatomy, Mrdical School, Unztersity of
X o r t h Carolziia, Chapel HzlZ, N . C.
POIILMAH, AUGUSTWS
G., R I B . (Ex. Coin. '32-'36), Assistant Clinical Professor
of Otolarngology, Cniversitg of Southern California, 2209 W . TAzrd St.,
Los Angeles, Calif.
POLYAK,
STEPHEN,M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Department of
Anatomy, T h e Cniverszfy of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
POYNTER,
CHARLESW. M., E.S., M.D., (Ex. Coin. '19-'22), Professor of Anatomy,
and Dean of the College of Medicine, University of Nebraska, Forty-second
and Dewey Awe., Oinalta, iNeb.
PRATT,
JEAN
PAUL,
M.D., Surgeon in Charge of Divisions of Gynecology and
Obstetrics, I l e n r y Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich.
PRYOR,
JOSEPH WILLIAM,M.D., Emeritus Professor of Anatomy and Physiology,
University of Kentucky, 417 W e s t Second St., Lexington, E y .
PUCKETT,
WILLIAMO., M.A., Pll.D., Instructor in Biology, Prznceton University,
Prznceton, AT. J .
QUIRING,D. P., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, W e s t e r n Reserve
Eniverszty, Cleveland, 07kio.
RADASCH,HENRYE., M.S., K D . , Professor of Histology and Embryology,
Jefferson Medical College, Daniel Baug71 Iiisttf iite of A n a t o m y , Eleventh and
Clanton Sts., Philadelplaza, Pa.
HAMSAY,ANDREWJ ., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of IIistologj- and Embryology,
Jefferson M r d i c d College, Pliilarlelphza, P a .
RANSON, STEPHEN
W., M.D., P1i.D. (Ex. Corn. '21-'24, Vice-Pres. '26-'28, Pres.
'38-) , Professor and Director of Neurological Institute, Northwestern University Medical School, 303 E a s t Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill.
HASMUSSEN,$NDREm' T., Ph.D., (Ex. Coni. '34-'38), Professor of Neurology,
Instztute of Anatoniy, Eniversttil of Niiinesota, Minneapolrs, M h n .
RAVEN,HENRYC., Associate Curator, Department of Comparative and Human
Anatomy, American Museiiin o f Natural Hastory, 7 7 t h St. and Central Park
W e s t , New P o r k City.
RAWLINSON,HERBERTE., M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Eniuersity of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
REAGAN,FRANKLIN
P., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, The University,
Edmund St., Birmingham, England.
REESE, J O H N D., M.D., Instructor i n Anatomy, University of Caltfornza, Berkeley,
Calif.
DE R ~ N Y I ,GEORGE S., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University of
Pennsylvania, Scliool of Medicine, 212 S . 39t72 St., Phtlar7elpWia, Pa.
REVELL,DANIEL GRAISBERRY,
A.B., N.B., Professor Enicritus of Anatomy, University of Alberta, 91i1.5 11 2 St., Sozitli Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
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REYNOLDS,SAMUEL
R. M., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology, Long
Island College of IMedicine, 350 Henry St., Brooklyn, N . P .
RHINEHART,D. A., A.M., M.D., Professor of Applied Anatomy, University of
Arkansas, 4 Arrnistead Rd., Latlle Rock, Ark.
LORANUS,
A.B., Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor of Zoology, Ohio Wesleyan
RICE, EDWARD
University, Delawarr, Ohzo.
RIENHOFF,WIUIAM F., JR.,A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery, Johns
Hopkins Hospital, 1201 S o r t h Culvert St., Baltimore, Md.
RINGOEN,ADOLPH R., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology, Departnient
of ZooTogy, Unaversity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.
RIOCH,DAVIDMcK., A.B., M.D., Professor of Neurology, Washington University
School of Medicine, S t . Louis, Mo.
ROBERTSON,W. R. B., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Associate i n Anatomy, University o f
Iowa, Iowa City, Iu.
ROBINSON,BYRONL., M.A., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Arkansas
Medical School, Little Rock, Ark.
ROGERS,JAMES
B., A.M., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University o f
Lozcisvzlle, School of 3f edicine, Louzmille, Kentucky.
ROGERS, PHILIPV., Ph.D., Instructor i n Biology, HumiZton College, Clinton, N . P.
ROGERS,WILLIAM MITCHELL,B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College
of Physiczans and Szirgeons, Colnmbia Cniverszty, 630 W e s t 168th St., Nezv
Yorli City.
ROMER,ALFELE’D
S., B.A., Ph.D., Professor of Zoology and Curator of Vertebrate
Palaentology, Bzological Laboratories, Harvard Un?versaty, Cambridge, Mass.
RONCORONI,
EN~.IQUE
J., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Rosario,
Repicblic of Argentina.
RoNsmonf, G. N., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Louisiana State University Medical Center, 1546 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, La.
ROOFE,PAULGIBBONS,B.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University of Loziisville, School of Medacine, Louzsville, E y .
RUBENSTEIN,H Y N AS.,
~ M.D., Ph.D., Consultant in Psychiatry, U. S. Public Health
Service ; Director Research Laboratory, Surgical Division, Sinai Hospital,
6349 Eutaw PI., Baltimore, Md.
RUDNICK, DOROTHEA,
Ph.B., Ph.D., Assistant Instructor in Genetics, Storrs
Agricultural Experiment Station, Storrs, Conn.
RUGH,ROBERTS,B.A., M.A., PhD., Instructor in Zoology, Hunter College, 2 Park
Ave., New Y o r k City.
RUTH, EDWARD
S., M.D., F.A.C.S., 1680 LVorth Vzne St., Hollywood, Calif.
RUTH, ELBERT
B., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of
Medicine, Eden Ave., University of Cincmnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
SABIN,FLORENCE
R., B.S., M.D., Sc.D., LL.D. (Second Vice-Pres. ’08-09, Prea.
’24-’26), Member of Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute f o r Nedicul
Research, 66th S t . and Pork Ave., New York City.
SALISBURY,
C. R., M.D., C.M., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Queen’s University,
Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
SANDSTRON,
CARLJ., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, New Pork Uniuerszty,
New Pork City.
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SAWIN,
PAULB., Sc.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Arnold Laboratory, Brown
Unzvermty, Providence, R. I .
ScAarnIoN, RIOHARD
E., Ph.D., LL.D. (Ex. Com. '23-'26, '33-'39, Vice-Pres. '28' 3 0 ) , Distinguished Service Professor in the Graduate School, University of
Mznnesota, Minneapolas, Mtnn.
SCHAEFFEI,JACOBPARSONS,A.M., M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D. (Ex. Com. '24-'29),
Professor of Anatomy and Director of the Daniel Bnugh Institute of Anatomy,
Jefferson Medical College, 4634 Spruce St., Phzladelphaa, Pa.
S C H A RERNST,
~ ~ , M.D., Ph.D., Fellow, Rockefeller Instzttcte, 66th S t . and Pork
Ave., New Pork City.
SCHMIDT,
IDA GENTHER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
Unaversity of Czncinnati, College of Medkcine, E d e n Ave., Czncinnati, Ohio.
SCHOCHET,
SYDNWS., M.D., Surgeon, 55 East Washzngton St., Chicago, Ill.
S C H O E M ADANIEL
K~,
M., B.S., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, School of Medicine,
St. Louis University, 1408 S. Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
SCHOOLEY,
J. P., Ph.D., Research Associate, Department o f Genetics, Cnrnegie
Institution of Washington, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N . P.
SCHOUR,
ISAAC,B.S., D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Histology, University of
Illinois College of Dentistry, 808 South Wood St., Chicago, Ill.
SCHULTZ,
ADOLPH H., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physical Anthropology,
Department of Anatomy, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Md.
SCHWARTZ,
HENRYG., M.D., Instructor i n Neurological Surgery, Washington
University Medical School, Barnes Hospital, 'St. Louis, Mo.
SCHWEIZER,
MALVINA,Ph.D., Instructor in Biology, Washington Square College,
New York University, 50 W e s t 67th St., N e w Pork City.
SPHWIND,
JOSEPH
L., AB., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, AEbany
Medical College, Albany, N . Y .
SCOTT,GORDONH., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Cytology, Washington Unicersify
School of Medicine, St. Louis, M o .
SCOTT,
JOHNW., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor 08 Zoology and Director of Preity of Wyomang, Laramre, Wyoming.
Medical Curriculum, Un
SEDWICK,
H. JOBE,D.D.S., Algrunia Building, l'itusvdle, Pa.
SBIIB,GEORGEA., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Washington University, 3323' Lafayette Ave., S t . Louis, Mo.
SELLING,
LAURENCE,
A.B., M.D., Professor of Medicine and Head of Department
of Medicine, University of Oregon Medical School, Mayer Building, Portland,
Ore.
SELYE,HANS, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Histology, Department of
Anatomy, McGill University, Xontreal, Canada.
SEVERINGHAUS,
AURA E., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy,
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Colunabaa Unzversity, New Y o r k Caty.
SHANEU,
RALPH FAUST,Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Enitxrsity of Alberta,
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
SHANKLIN,
WILLIAM
M., Ph.D., Professor of Histology and Neuroanatomy,
American Universzty of Bearut, Beirut, S q p a .
SHAPIRO,
HARBYH., D.M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Co7timbia Cnwersity, 630
W e s t 168th St., F e w F o r k Czty.
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SHBRP, CLAYTON,M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Long Island College o f
Medicine, 350 H e n r y St., Brooklyn, N . Y .
SHEARER,
EDWINM., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Kew York University
Medical College, 477 Frrst Ave., N e w Y o r k Czty.
SHEEHAN,
DONAL,M.D., D.Sc., M.R.C.S., Professor of Anatomy and Director of
the Anatomical Laboratories, New For/; University, College of Medacine, 4 7 )
Farst Awe., N e w York City.
SHEININ,JOHN
J., B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.B., Dean and Chairman Department of
Anatomy, Chzcago Medacal School, 710 Routk TVolcott Ave., Chicago, Ill.
SHIELDS,RANDOLPHTUCKER,A.B., M.D., Associate Dean and Professor of
Histology a n d Embryology, School of Medicine, Shantuqzg C h r z s t i a ~Uaiversaty, Tsinan, Shantung, China.
SHUMWAY,
WALDO,A.B., A.M., PIi.D., Professor of Zoology, University of Illinois,
Urbana, IZZ.
SINFX~,
PARKE
I-I.,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Unaversity of Illinois,
1853 FV. Polk St., Chicago, Ill.
SInrIims, CLEVELAND
S., A.B., Ph.D., Head, Department of Anatomy, Creighton
Medzcal School, Onaaha, Neb.
SIMPSON,
MIRIAMELIZABETH,
A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of
Anatomy, Unzversity of California, Berkeley, Calzf.
SINGEJ~,
EDWARD,
M.D., Associate Director, St. Clare’s Hospital, 133 East 58th St.,
Xetu Y o r k City.
SMELSER,
GEORGE
K., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Columbia Universaly,
College of Physicians and Surgeons, 630 West 16Slh St., New Y o r k City.
SMITH,BERTRAM GARNER,
A.B., Ph.D., Profrssor of Anatomy, College of Medicine,
New York University, 477 First Ave., New Pork City.
SNITH,CARL G., M.D., Ph.D., Lecturer in Anatomy, University of Toronto,
Toronto 5, Canada.
SMITH, CHRISTIANN4, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of ZOdOgy, MOiLnt Holyoke College,
South Hadley, Mass.
SMITII, DAVIDT., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Professor of
Bacteriology, Duke University, Duke Hospital, Durham, N . C .
SMITH,GEORGEMILTON,A.B., M.D., Research Associate in Anatomy, Yale University School of Medicine, Pine Orchard, Conn.
SMITH,PHILIPEDTARD,M.S., Ph.D. (Ex. Com. 3 4 - 3 8 ) , Professor of Anatomy,
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 632 West 168th
St., 9 e w York Crly.
SMITH,WILBURCLEVELAND.
M.D., Head of the Department of Gross Anatomy,
Tnlane Fniversity, N e w Orleans, La.
SMITH,WILBEEK., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, University of
Rocliester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Roclarster, N . Y .
SNIDER,RAY S., Pli.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Universify of Nebraska, College
of Medicine, Onzaha, Neb.
RNODGRASS,
L. E., M.D., 2528 A’. F z f t h St., P h i l a M p h i a , Pa.
SNOOK,THEODORE,
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Histology, Byracuse University,
College of Medzcine, Syracicsr, N . B.
SNYDER,FRANKLIN
FAUST,M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics,
.Johns H o p l m s Hospitul, Baltimore, M d .
SOLNITZKY,
OTHMAR,1’11.D., M.U., Professor and Director of the Department of
Anatomy, Georgetown University, School of Rfedicime ; Director, Georgetown
University Brain Reseaich Institute, 3900 Eeservoir Rd., Washzngton, D. C.
RPAULDING, M. H., A.B., A.M., Professoi of Zoology, Montana State College,
ld? X o r t h Bowman Ave., Bozeman, Montana.
SPECTOR,
BEN~JAMIN,
M.D., I’iofessoi of Anatomy, T n f f s College Medical School,
4 16 H u n t i n g t o n Ave., Boston, Mass.
SPEIDFL,
c 4 R L C’., Ph.B., Ph.D., I’iofessoi
of Anatomy, ~Tniversityof Virginia
Medical School, Z7n
STARIK,
MARY B., Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D., Profesror of Histology and Embryology,
New York Medical C’ollege and Floner Hospital, 450 East S m t y - f o u r t h St..
Xew Pork City.
STEIN,
KATHRYN
F., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Moiint Eiolyokr
College, South Hadley, Mass.
STEVENSON,
PAULHUSTON,B.S., M.A., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy,
Peiping Union Medical College, Peiping, China,
China Medical Board,
49 W e s t 49th St., New Pork C z f y .
STIIXS,HENRY
WILSON,M.D., Piofepsor of Anntoniy, College of Medicine, S p a ruse UniTersity, 309 S. McBride St., Syracuse, S. Y .
ST OKE, LEON STANSFIELD,Ph.B., Pli.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Yale
School of Medicine, S t e i ling Hull of Medzcanc, Anatornil Department, Cedar
St., Il’elo Haven Conn.
STONE,
ROBERTS., B.A., M.A., M.B., hl.D., Professor of Roentgenologp, University
of California Medical School, University Hospital, Parnassws and Third Aves.,
&‘an Francasco, Calif.
STOPFORD,
JOHN
SEBASTIAK B., M.D., Rc.D., D.Sc., F.R.S., Vice-Chancellor and
Professor of Experimental Keurolog~, Univei-szty of Manchesfer, Manchester,
England.
SmAus, WILLIAMId., JR.,I’h.D., Associato in Anatoniy, Joliias HopSins Medical
School, Baltimore, M d .
RTREETER, GEORGE)L., A.M.. M.D., &.I)., LL.D., (Ex. Coni. ’18-90, Pres. ’26-’28),
Chairman Division of Animal Biology ; Dircctor, Department of Embryology,
Carnegie Instrtzctao?c of Waslungton, wolf^ and Madison Sts., Baltimore, M d .
STROMSTEN,
FRANK
ALBERT,B.S., M.S., D.Sc., Associate Professor of Zoology,
State University of Iowa, 318 ZooZog!l Biczldinq, Ioica C i t y , Iowa.
STRONG,
LFONH., A.B., B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medical
School, University of Michigan, 4502 E . .McdiraT Building, Universzty of
Michigan, A n n Arbor, M i c l t .
STRONG,ObIvER S., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., T’rofessor Emcritus of Neurology and
Neuroliistology, Columbia University, Co72ege of Physicians and S w g e o n s ,
630 West 168th Sf., N P W Yorl. Cit?y.
STRONG,REUBENMYRON,A.B., A.M., Ph.D. (Ex. Coin. ’16-’19), T’i-ofessor of
Anatomy, Loyola University School of Medrcme, 706 South Wolcott Ave.,
Chicago, Ill.
STULTZ,
WALTERA,, B.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Universttfy of
V e r m o n t , College of Medzcine, Burltngton, Bt.
S’PUNKARD,
H. W., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Areto Y o r t C?aversifi/, iVew Pork
City.
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AMEI~ICAKASSOCIATION OF ANhTOMlS‘I‘S
SULLIVAN,
WALTEXE D T V ~ ~AAI.,
R D , Ph.Ij., l’rofesser of Aiiatonly, Uiiivcrsity of
Wisconsin, Science Hall, Madrson, Wis.
SUMMERS,
FRAYCIS
M., Ph.D., Instluctor in B~ologp,Collrgc of the City of New
Pork, 1 3 9 t l ~S t . and Convent Aw., N E W Y o r k Cat?/.
SWANK,
HOY I,., B.S., M.B., M.D., I’h.U., Iteseai r h Fellom ship, Departvlent of
Pathology, IEarvard Medtcul Scl~ool,Boston, i k f ( k S S .
SWENSON,
E. A,, A.B., A X . , I’liJ)., Associate in Anatomy, X r d ~ c a lDcprcrlnzctlt,
Universzty of Pennsylva~~ici,
Pliiladelphza, Pa.
SWETT,FRANCIS
HUNTIXGTOX,
A.U., A J f . , Ph.D., l’rofcssor of Aimtomy, Dukc
University School of Medicine, Box 5710, DICI.ILU~IL,
S.C.
SWIFT,CHARLES
H., M.D., Phi)., Associate Professor of Ariatoiiij , The Onzverszty
of Checago, Chzcago, Ill.
SwmGLE, W. W., A.B., A.M., Ph.D., 1’1 ofessor of B i o l o g ~, Piznceton l n t v e r s z l y ,
Pranceton, N . J .
STVINYARD,
C. A., Ph.D., Associate in Anatoiiiy, Medical College of tlie Stat? of
Soutla Carolina, Chnrleston, S. C.
SYKES,GEORGEF., Ph.R., M A . , Assistant Professor of Anntomy, Tufts Collcge
Medical School, 416 Hrintinqton A C P ,Boston, Mass.
TEITELBAUM,
HARRYA., G.S., M.D., Ph.D., Bcllevzre Hospltol, Ken! Yo1 7; City.
TERNI, TubLTo, M.D., Professor of Aiiatoiiiy, 2’1ir U n i v ~ r s l l yof Padua, Parlzin,
Italy.
TERRY,ROBERT JAMES.A.B., h1.D. (Ex. (’oni. ’08-’1Y, ’21-’24), Professor of
Anatomy, Washzngton Unzversity School of Ml.lcdicine, S t . LOUIS,
Afo.
THARALDSEN,
CONRADE., B.S., M.A., I’h.D., I’iofessor of Anatomy, X e w Y o r b
Medical Collcge, 450 East 64111 NI., X c i o 1orL Cztzl.
THOMPSON,
TAN MACLAREN,
B.Rc., hI.B., (”li.B., l’rofessor of Aiiatoniy aiid Director
of the Department of Anatonip, ,Ifcdlcccl Colleqr, University of Xanztobu,
Winnipeg, Canada.
THOICKELSON,
,JACOB,M.D., Rut Ir Clinic, I ? i r . , B u t t e , M o n t .
THURINGER,
JOSEPH
M., &ID., Professor of Histology and Embryology and Head
of Department, Uiiiversitp of Oklalioiria, Scliool of Medicine, East 13th and
Pkallips Sts., Oklahoma Czty, Okla.
TOMPKINS,EDNAH., M.D., Associate Profcssor of Anatomy, J7am7erbzZti Unzvers i t y Medzaal School, Xa.slrvzlle, Tenn.
TOWER,SARAH
SHELDON,
B.S., Ph.D., M.D., Associate ill Anatomy, ,Johns H o p t i n s
Medical School, BdliniorP, M a .
TRACY, HENRY C., A.B., A.M., Pli.D., Piofcssor of Aii:itoniy, Uwivcrsity of
Eansas, Lawrence, Eatisas.
TROTTER,MILDRFD, A.B., M.S., I’h.D., Associate Professor of A11atoilip, TVaShi7!{11 School of Mctt?cznc, S t . T,oiiis, Mo.
TURNER,CHARLESW., B.S., A.M., I’h.D., Piofessor of Dairy Hurlinndry, TixivcrSCty O f % f I S S O U I ? , COTU7?IblCl,
TURNER,CLARENCEU., Ph.D., Assistant I’iofessor of Zoology, I\’orthzcestern Un7vcrsity, 105 Locy Hall, Ezanston, Ill.
TURNER,CLARFNCE
L., M.A., Ph.D., Professoi of Zoology, Norlhlc eslern Unzversify, Evanston, 111.
UHLENHUTH,EDUARD,I’h.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Xaryland
Medical School, Baltinaore, M d
UOTILA,UNTO U., M.D., Research Fellow in Anatomy, IIarvnrd Medical School,
Boston, Mass. (1939) ; Docent in Rlicroscopiwl Anatomy, HelsrnLz University,
Szltavuorenpenger 20, HelaiILLi, Fznland.
l TCAMPENHOUT,
~ ~
ERNFST,
X D . , Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Histology and
, U W I Belgium.
TI,
Embryology, Vniversitb de L o m ~ ~ oLi ~
VAN CLEAVE,C. D., P I i . D . , Iiistructoi in Anatomy, CoinPl! ,Medical College, 1300
1 - 0 ~ 1A~ v ~ . ,S e t ~Y o l k C ‘ z t y .
HORST,c. J., n.Sc., I’rofessor, Head of the 1)epartuient of Zoology,
University of the Wltw.atelsrani1, P. 0. Boa 1176, Joliannesburg, So. A f r i c a .
VAN WAGENEN,GERTRUDE,A.B., Ph.U., Research Associate in Obstetrics and
Gynecology, Associate PIofeyso~’s 1 ank, Yale llni\ ersity, Nezu Haven Hospital, N e w Haven, Conn.
VICARI,EMILIA,
M A,, Associate in An:itomy, Cornell Universaty Medrcal College,
1300 York Ave., N e w F o r b Czly.
VONDERAHE,
A. R., A.B., R.Sc., M.D., Assistant Professor of Bnntomy, Uwiverszty
of Cancinnati, College of Medzcine, E d e i ~Ave., (‘inctnnati, Ohzo.
WAITE, FREDERICK
CLAYTON,A.M., Ph.I)., Professor of Histology and Embryology, Western Reserve IJnirer qitg School of Medicine, B109 Atlrlbfrt Road,
Cleveland, Ohio.
WALLER,WILLIANII., Pli.D., Professor of Anatomy, 7%iverszty of Sonth DuLota,
Medzcal School, Verniillion, S . U u k .
WALLIN,IVAN
E., M.A., D.Sc., Piofessor of Anatomy and Head of Department,
Secretary of Faculty, l‘niwrailg of Colorado, Sc7,ool of Medicine, Denver,
Colo.
WALLS,G. L., Sc.D., 1Zesearcli Associate in Oplitlialmology, O p h t l ~ a l n i i cResearch
Laboratory, Wayiir Untzvrsrty Collrge of .W(dicinf, 1512 S t . Anfoine St.,
VAN DER
Detrort, Mach.
WALMSLEY,THOMAS,M.D., F.R.R.E., Professor of Anatomy, Q u e e n ’ s Unrversity
of B e l f a s t , B e l f a s t , Ireland.
WARBRITTON,
VIRGENE,MA., J’li.I)., ( ~ Is.I Fred Thvanagli), New Y o r b Botantcal
Gardens, Bronx, N . F.
WARD,JAMES W., Ph.D., Instiuctor in Anatomy, Vu)i(7e?hzlt Unzversity Medical
School, hras7~z!dle,Ten?$.
WARREN,A. EMERSON,
Ph.D., -4ssistaiit Professor of Biology, Mc;Kaster Unrverszty, Hamalton, Ontario, Canada.
WASSERMAXN,FRIEDRICH,
M.D., Associate Professor, Zollei- Foundation and Deszty of Clizcago, Chicago, Ill.
partment of Anatom), T?ie U n
WATKINS,R I ~ H A RWurKIN,
D
S.B., M.TI., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology,
Rush Medic:tl College, 5606 R e n w o o d A w . , C ~ ~ C UIll.
~ O ,
WATT, JANES CRAWFORD,MA., M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of
Toronto, 20 Hawiho, n p .41;c., Toronto, Canada.
WFATEERFORD,HAROLDLORRAINE,
A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of
Scliool, Boston, Mass.
Anatomy, IZaranrd Medz
WEBB, RICHARDI,., A.B., M.S., l’li.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College
of Xedaczne, Universrty of Illrnois, 1853 W . Polk St., Chzcago, Ill.
JfrEED, LEWIS HILL, A.E., A.?yI., &f.D., sc.n., LL.D. (EX.coin. ’20-21,
’35-’30.
See. Treas. ’ 2 2 - ’ 3 O ) , Piofessor of Anatomy and Dirrctor, Joli?is Hoplrins
,Medical Scliool, Baltiniore, X d .
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AMEIXCAS ASSOCIA‘I’ION OF ANATOMISTS
WEISS, PAUL,Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology, Tlre U n i w r s i t y o f Chicago,
Chacago, I l l .
WEISSENBERG,
RICHARD,M.D., Member, The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and
Biologzcal Parni of the Wlstar Inslttiite, Brzstol,
Biology, The E . B. Mor
Pa.
WELLS,LEMEN
J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Onivers?ty of AJfzs~oWi,
Columbaa, Mo.
WESTON,J E A N K., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant in Anatomy, Temple Uniwrsity Rchool
of Medicine, Broad at Ontario St., PliiladelpAta, Pa.
WHEELER,THEODORA,
A.B., M.D., Clinical Associate in Neurology, TVfllouglrb?/
Tower, 8 South Micliigarr AvP.,C‘lttlago, 112.
WHITESIDE-HARVEI,,
REarrRIcE, R.A., T’li.D., Voluntary Research Worker, c / o
Guarantll Trust Co., 140 Broadtc.ay, A r e r York Cat?/.
WIEivAN, IT. I,., Pli.D., Professor of Zoolog., C 7 n l w r s t t ? / of Cincinnati, Caneinnat?,
Ohio.
WILLARD,WILLIAM A., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, Pniversity of
Nebraska, College of Medicine, ,Forty-sreond Rt. and Dewey Aae., Omaha,
Neb.
WILLIAMS,GEQRCEI)., A.B., A.M., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Profrssor of Anatomy,
Washington Univrrstty Soliool of Medamne, 8t. Louis, M a .
WILLIAMS,ROY GRIFFIN,A.M., M.D., Associate Professor of Anatoiiiy, University
of Pwmsylaauia Scltool of Medtcfne, Phzladelplita, Pa.
WILLIAMS,STEPHENCULVER,Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Medical
Department, Uaat P I ,sit!/ of Pen nsy7t an la, P h i l a d ~ l p h i a ,Pa.
WILLIER, BENJAMIN HARRISON,Plr.D., Professor of Zoiilogy, 777nzl;ersity of
Rochester, Rochestrr, AT. F.
WILSON, JAMES
THOMAS,M.A., M.B., LL.D., F.R.S., Professor of Anatomy,
Unaversity of Cambridge, Anatoniy, ,7c7rool, S e w ,WZISPU~S, Cambridge,
England.
WINDLE, WILLIAM F., B.S., M.R., Ph.D., Professor of Microscopic Anatomy,
Northwestern TJiiiversity Mrdical School, 303 East Chicago Aae., Chicago, Ill.
WISLOCKI,GEORGE
R., A.B., M.D. (Ex. Com. ’37-), Parkina11 Professor of Anatomy,
Harvard Medical Bclmol, Boston, Mass.
WITSCHI, EMIL,Ph.D., Professor of Zocilogy, Slate U i i i t ~ ~ r s iof
t y Iowa, Zowa City,
Iowa.
WITTENBORG,
A. H., K D . , Professor of Anatoiny, College of ,Vedict/iP, Untverstty
of Tennessee, Meniplias, T e n n .
WOLFE,J. M., PILI)., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Albany Mrdical College,
Albany, N . Y .
WOODBURNE,
RPSSELI, T., M A . , I’h.D., Instructor in ,4natomy, Z7nil;ersity of
Mtckigan, A n n Arbor, MicA.
WOODMAN,
ALICE R., M.D., Associate I’rofessor of Histology and Embryology,
Boston Unaz.er.szt~~
School of M e d w n P , 80 Enst Conco)d St., Boston, Mass.
WORCESTER,
JOHN
LOCKE,
M.D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Washington,
5611 Twenty-first AvP.,N. E., Seattle, W a s h .
YNTEMA,C. L., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Cotnell Universaty Medical
College, N e w YorP C i t y .
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YOUNG,M. WH-ZRTON,M.D., Ph.l)., A4ssistant Professor of Anatomy, Howard
U'sicersaty, Washington, D. C.
YOUNG,WILLIAM C., Pli.D., Assstant Professor of Biology, Brown Uniuerstty,
Provideme, R. I .
YOUNGSTROM,
KARL9.,
Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Duke University School of
Medicine, Duke Slataon, Box 3808, Durkani, A'. G .
ZEPHEL, GUSTAV,M.D., F.A.C.S., Assistant Professor in Anatomy, and Associate
in Surgery, University of Illinois Collegc of Medicine, 18.53 JV. P o l k St.,
Chicago, III.
ZINMERMAN,
ARNOLD,LicSr., D.Sc. (Geneva, Snitzerland), Associate Professor
of Anatomy, University of Jllinoiv College of Medicine, 1653 W . Polk St.,
Chicago, 111.
ZWEMER, RAYMUND
L., A.B., Pli.ll., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of
Physieians and Surgrons, Columbia IJnivcrsity, 630 W ~ s l? G X t h St., New
Pork City.
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