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[[circled]] ^[] [[/circled]] QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE 1929-30 EDITION OF Who's Who IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL Your biography will be edited solely from information given us by yourself. The scope of data asked for herewith is more complete than that asked for in the questionnaire of two years ago as you will see from you biography in that edition. This questionnaire reflects a digest of comment and criticism of many people on the last volume and our own careful study of the work of other compilers. Although we offer the option on this page of correcting your old biography we would much prefer your filling out this new questionnaire. We will send, for you information and correction, a galley proof--sample below--of your biography in type and as it will appear in the volume. We will take care to represent you accurately but cannot accept responsibility for errors which may creep in. CORRECTION MARGIN | SAMPLE BIOGRAPHY | CORRECTION MARGIN [since this is a sample, no comments appear in the two correction margin columns, thus only the center column is shown]] HOLMES, William Henry, artist, geologist, archaeologist, b. Harrison County, O., Dec. 1, 1846; s. Joseph and Mary (Heberling) Holmes. md. Kate Clifton Osgood, 1883; 2 sons, Osgood (1885), William Heberling (1890). Ed. McNeely Normal Coll., O., 1868; Willoughby Collegiate Inst., O., 1870. Dgs. A.B., 1884, McNeely Normal Coll.; D.Sc., George Washington Univ., 1918. Normal Coll. instructor in drawing, geography, natural history, 1871; artist, Smithsonian Inst., 1871. Artist, survey of the territories, 1872; asst. Geol., 1874; Geol., U. S. Geol. Survey, 1888; non-resident prof. archaeologic geol. Univ. Chicago, 1893; curator, Dept. of Anthropology, Field Museum, Chicago, 1894; chief. Bur. AM. Ethnology, 19002; curator Natl. Gallery, 1906; di. Natl. Gallery, 1920. Upwards of 200 official scientific publications, 1874-1920. Organized Div. Physical Anthropology in Natl. Museum, 1903. Mem. Natl., Acad. Sci.; pres. Am. Anthropological Assn.; mem. Davenport Acad. Sci., 1914; correspondent mem. Am. Inst. Archit.; (life mem.) Natl. Geog. Soc., 1913; Intl. Am. Archaeol. Comm., 1904; Am. Folklore Soc., Research Council, Natl. Acad. Sci. on Preparedness; founder, Cosmos Club 1884, pres. 1907; (hon. mem. French Alpine Club, 1926; Anthropological Soc. of Berlin, 1903; correspondent mem. Acad. Natural Sci., Bolivia, 1916; hon. fellow, Archaeol. Inst. of Great Britain and Ireland, 1897; correspondent mem. Natl. Acad. of History, Columbia, S. A.; correspondent mem. Anthropologic and Geog. Soc., Stockholm, 1903; hon. mem. Natl. Univ. La Plata, Argentine, S. A., 1907. Pres. Washington Water Color Club; pres. Soc. Washington Artists; pres. Natl. Soc. Fine Arts, 1909; hon. mem. Washington Arts Club; Am. Federation of Arts; art editor, Art and Archaeol. D. C.; (life mem.) Literary Soc. of Washington. Home: Cosmos Club. Office: Natl. Gallery of Art, Natl. Museum. [[end of sample column]] [[line]] YOUR PROMPTNESS IN RETURNING THIS QUESTIONNAIRE IN THE ENCLOSED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WILL FACILITATE WORK
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