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1937 Lee S. Hultzén, Ph.D., Lecturer in Public Speaking, University

of California at Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, Calif.; pho

netics, American pronunciation. FM Archer M. Huntington, Author; 1 E. 89th St., New York City.

Benefactor, 1927. 1926 Stephen A. Hurlbut, St. Alban's School, Washington, D. C.;

Latin and Greek. FM William A. Hurwitz, Ph.D., 5151 Wissahickon Ave., Philadel

phia, Pa. 1926 Henry Hyvernat, S.T.D., Professor of Semitic Languages and

Literatures, Catholic University of America; 3405 12th St.

N. E., Washington, D. C. FM Sanki Ichikawa, Professor of English, Tokyo Imperial Univer

sity; 25 Kitayamabushicho, Ushigome, Tokyo, Japan. FM Cary F. Jacob, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Spoken Eng

lish, Smith College; 69 Prospect St., Northampton, Mass. 1936 Hadley Powell Jacobs, B.A., The Cottage, 15 Brentford Road,

Cross Roads P.O., Jamaica; Germanic and Creole languages. 1928 Melville Jacobs, Ph.D., Asst. Professor of Anthropology, Uni

versity of Washington, Seattle, Wash.; American Indian

languages. 1929 Edwin Lee Johnson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Latin and

Greek, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.; Latin and

Greek etymology. 1936 Oscar E. Johnson, Ph.D., Associate in English, University of

Iowa; 1209 E. Davenport St., Iowa City, Iowa; philosophy of

grammar. 1937 Frank Pierce Jones, Ph.D., Instructor in Greek and Latin, Brown

University, Providence, R. I.; comparative syntax. 1936 Martin Joos, M.A., Lecturer in German, University College,

University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont., Canada; systematic

synchronic linguistics. 1935 Lloyd A. W. Kasten, Ph.D., Instructor in Spanish, University

of Wisconsin; Bascom Hall, Madison, Wis. 1935 Alfred Paul Kehlenbeck, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Modern

Languages, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa; German linguis

tics, Low German dialects. FM May Lansfield Keller, Ph.D., Professer of the English Language,

Westhampton College, University of Richmond, Va. 1925 George Dwight Kellogg, Ph.D., Professor of Latin, Union Col

lege, Schenectady, New York.

FM Robert James Kellogg, Ph.D., 415 S. Cedar St., Ottawa, Kas.;

Hittite. 1928 Hayward Keniston, Ph.D., Professor of the Spanish Language,

University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. FM Arthur G. Kennedy, Ph.D., Professor of English Philology,

Stanford University; 435 Coleridge Ave., Palo Alto, Calif. 1937 George Alexander Kennedy, Ph.D., Lecturer on Chinese Lan

guage and Literature, Yale University; 324 Hall of Graduate

Studies, New Haven, Conn.; Chinese dialects. SC Roland G. Kent, Ph.D., Professor of Comparative Philology,

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; general lin

guistics, Latin, Old Persian. Life Member 1927. 1935 Gertrude Hall Kent (Mrs. Roland G.), A.B., 204 St. Mark's

Sq., Philadelphia, Pa.; Latin. 1929 John Samuel Kenyon, Ph.D., Professor of the English Language,

Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio. 1930 John Kepke, M.A., 1 Grace Court, Brooklyn, N. Y.: Germanic

languages. Life Member 1935. FM J. Alexander Kerns, Ph.D., Instructor in Classics, Room 644,

Washington Square College, New York University, Washington Square East, New York City; Indo-European and Semitic

verb-morphology. 1937 Edmund Ludwig King, M.A., Instructor in Modern Languages,

Mississippi State College, State College, Miss.; Spanish. 1935 Carl W. Kinkeldey, Assistant Professor of German, City College,

139th St. and Convent Ave., New York City. 1936 Bodo Jonny Kirchhoff, M.A., graduate student in the German

Dept., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Calif.;

English and Germanic linguistics. FM Eugene Klein, 200 South 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Hungarian. 1927 Rev. James A. Kleist, Ph.D., Professor of Classical Languages,

St. Louis University, Grand and Pine Blvds., St. Louis, Mo. 1926 Thomas A. Knott, Ph.D., Professor of English and Editor of the

Middle English Dictionary, University of Michigan; 1504

Brooklyn St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 1933 Charles A. Knudson, Ph.D., Professor of French, University

of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1933 Alice E. Kober, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Classics, Brooklyn

College; 901 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

FM Selma S. König, Ph.D., Professor of Modern Languages, Peru

State Teachers' College; Campus, Peru, Neb.; comparative

linguistics. 1935 Heinrich Ludwig Koppelmann, Ph.D., Frederik-Hendriklaan 12,

Oegstgeest, Netherlands; general linguistics. 1932 William Charles Korfmacher, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of

Classical Languages, St. Louis University; 6017 Westminster

Place, St. Louis, Mo. 1938 William Anthony Kozumplik, M.A., 46 Hitchcock Hall, Uni

versity of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.; Germanic linguistics. FM Franklin Brunell Krauss, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Latin,

The Pennsylvania State College; State College, Pa. SC Alfred L. Kroeber, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, Univer

sity of California, Berkeley, Calif.; American Indian languages. 1926 Samuel Kroesch, Ph.D., Professor of German and Head of De

partment, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Died

Oct. 26, 1938. 1936 Sherman McAllister Kuhn, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English,

Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College; 507 Maple

Ave., Stillwater, Okla.; English linguistics. 1932 Katharine E. Kümmerle, Ph.D., First Assistant in Modern

Languages, Walton High School, New York City; 91 Vernon

Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; metrics. FM Hans Kurath, Ph.D., Professor of German and General Linguis

tics, Brown University, and Director of the Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada; Brown University, Provi

dence, R. I. 1934 Jerzy Kurylovicz, Ph.D., Professor at the University of Lwów,

Poland. 1931 George Sherman Lane, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Germanic

and Comparative Linguistics, University of North Carolina,

Chapel Hill, N. C. FM Phillippe de la Rochelle, Box 39, Philosophy Hall, Columbia

University, New York City; French. 1928 Henning Larsen, Professor of English, State University of Iowa;

21 East Davenport St., Iowa City, Iowa; Old English, old

Norse. 1938 Henry Dexter Learned, Ph.D., Professor of French and Chair

man of the Dept. of Modern Languages, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa.; Vulgar Latin, Romance linguistics.

1932 Omer M. Lebel, Ph.D., Instructor in Romance Languages, City

College, New York City. 1938 Richard C. Ledgerwood, Ph.D., 545 S. Douglas St., Springfield,

Ill.; semantics. 1938 William Rockwell Leete, M.A., 383 Winthrop Ave., New Haven,

Conn.; Chinese. 1938 Winfred Philipp Lehmann, B.A., Research Assistant in German,

University of Wisconsin; Ableman, Wis. 1929 Harry Joshua Leon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Classical

Languages, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 1928 Werner F. Leopold, Ph.D., Professor of German, Northwestern

University; 1409 Rosalie St., Evanston, Ill. ; general linguistics,

philosophy of language. Life Member 1934. 1936 Harry L. Levy, Ph.D., Instructor in Greek and Latin, Hunter

College; 116 W. 197th St., New York City. 1927 Fang-Kuei Li, Ph.D., Visiting Professor of Chinese Linguistics,

Dept. of Oriental Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.;

Chinese, Tai, Athabascan. 1935 Mrs. Maria Lilienthal, Teacher of German and Russian, Berlitz

School of Languages; 2519 S. Lambert St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1927 Charles Edgar Little, Ph.D., Professor of Classical Languages,

George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn.; Lalin,

Italic dialects. FM Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn (Rebecca Bolling), 2 East 88th St.,

Station K, New York City. Benefactor, 1927. 1935 Harriet Lucille Lloyd, A.M., graduate student in Linguistics,

University of Chicago; 7100 South Shore Drive, Chicago,

Ill.; phonetics. SC Claude Meek Lotspeich, Ph.D., Professor of Comparative and

English Philology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1932 Guy Sumner Lowman, Ph.D., on the staff of the Linguistic

Atlas, Lyman Gymnasium, Brown University, Providence,

R. I.; English dialects in the United States. FM William Ferdinand Luebke, Ph.D., Professor of English Lan

guage, University of Denver; 2076 S. Fillmore St., Denver,

Colo. 1937 John J. Lund, Ph.D., Head of Accessions Dept., Duke Univer

sity Library, Durham, N. C.; Indo-European, Scandinavian. Max A. Luria, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages, Brooklyn

College; 99 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Spanish linguistics and dialects.

1936 C. Arthur Lynch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Greek and Latin,

Brown University, Providence, R. I. 1935 Elizabeth Yarnall Maguire, A.B., 3813 Spruce St., Philadel

phia, Pa. FM Kemp Malone, Ph.D., Professor of English, The Johns Hopkins

University, Baltimore, Md. 1938 Stuart Edward Mann, B.A., Teacher of English in the English

Institute; Sirotči 55, Brno, Czechoslovakia; Albanian. FM Clarence Augustus Manning, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of East

European Languages, Columbia University; 25 East View

Ave., Pleasantville, N. Y. 1937 Warren Francis Manning, M.A., Instructor in French, West

Virginia University; 123 S. Walnut St., Morgantown, W. Va.;

Romance linguistics. 1932 Albert H. Marckwardt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English

and Assistant Editor of the Early Modern English Dictionary,

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. FM Ralph Marcus, Ph.D., Professor of Semitic Philology in the

Jewish Institute of Religion, and Lecturer in Semitic Languages in Columbia University; Philosophy Hall, Columbia Uni

versity, New York City. 1936 Berthe Marie Marti, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin and

French, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. FM Ezra Kempton Maxfield, Ph.D., George M. Laughlin Professor

of the English Language and Literature, Washington and Jefferson College; 311 East Beau St., Washington, Pa.; Eng

lish and Germanic languages. 1931 Barbara P. McCarthy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Greek,

Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. FM Nelson Glenn McCrea, Ph.D., Anthon Professor of the Latin

Language and Literature, Columbia University, New York

City. 1937 Raven loor McDavid Jr., Ph.D., Instructor in English, Michigan

State College, East Lansing, Mich.; American dialects. 1929 C. M. McLean, 3 Chestnut St., Binghamton, N. Y. 1937 Norman Anton McQuown, M.A., 224 N. Sheridan Road, Peoria,

Ill.; Indo-European, American Indian languages. 1936 Clarence Linton Meader, Ph.D., Professor of General Linguistics,

University of Michigan; 2022 Angell Hall, Ann Arbor, Mich.; biological approach to language study.

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