The Journal of San Diego History
Summer 2001, Volume 47, Number 3
Gregg Hennessey, Editor

Bonnet, Leon Durand (1868-1936)
Braun, Maurice (1877-1941)
Clark, Alson Skinner (1876-1949)
Farnham, Ammi Merchant (1846-1922)
Fries, Charles Arthur (1854-1940)
Heath, Frank L. (1857-1921)
Hill, Thomas (1829-1908)
Klauber, Alice Ellen (1871-1951)
Mitchell, Alfred R. (1888-1972)
Pohl, Ernest Henry (1874-1956)
Reiffel, Charles (1862-1942)
Schneider, Otto Henry (1865-1950)
Schneider, Rose (1895-1976)
Spangenberg, George (1907-1964)
Torrey, Elliot Bouton (1867-1949)
Verhaeren, Carolus Constantinius (1908-1956)
Williams, Mary Belle (1873-1943)

These biographies were compiled and published by Edan Milton Hughes in Artists in California 1786-1940, 2nd edition. The Society thanks Mr. Hughes for allowing us to re-print this information.

Key to General Abbreviations:

AA   Art Association (preceded by name of the city)

AIC   Art Institute of Chicago

ASL   Art Students League

CGA   Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

FA   Fine Arts

GGIE   Golden Gate International Exposition of 1939-40

LA   Los Angeles

LACMA   Los Angeles County Museum of Art

NAD   National Academy of Design, New York

NYC   New York City

PAFA   Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

PM   Printmakers

PPIE   Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915

SF   San Francisco

SW   Southwest

UC   University of California


Source Abbreviations:

AAA   American Art Annual

AAW   Artists of the American West (Doris Dawdy)

Ben   Bénézit

Ber   Art in California (R.L. Bernier, 1916)

CA&A   California Arts and Architecture list, 1932

CAR   California Art Research

DR   Death Record

Fld   Dictionary of American Painters, Engravers & Sculptors (Fielding)

G&W   New York Historical Society’s Dictionary of Artist in America (Groce & Wallace)

H&I   History & Ideas of American Art (Neuhaus)

Har   American Western Art (Harmsen)

Mal   Index of Artist (Daniel Mallett)

PAP   Plein Air Painters (Ruth Westphal)

Sam   Artists of the American West (Samuels)

SCA   Southern California Artist (Nancy Moure)

WWA   Who’s Who in America

WWAA   Who’s Who in American Art

WWC   Who’s Who in California

WWPC   Who’s Who on the Pacific Coast

WWWA   Who Was Who in America