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editions). Mem. Ass'n Collegiate Alumnae, Am. Psychological Ass'n, Am.. Philosophical Ass'n. Congregationalist.

CALL, Annie Payson, Waltham, Mass.

Author; b. Arlington, Mass., May 17, 1853; dau. Henry E. and Emily (Payson) Call; ed. at various schools. Books: Power Through Repose; As a Matter of Course; For Freedom of Life; Every Day Living; Nerves and Common Sense; A Man of the World; The Heart of Good Health.

CALVERT, Eleanor Mackubin (Mrs. Charles Baltimore Calvert), 405 Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D.C.; (country) McAlpine College Park, Prince George's Co., Md.

Born Summer Hill, Md.; dau. Richard Creagh Mackubin, of Annapolis and "Strawberry Hill," and Hester Ann (Worthington) Mackubin; ed. Annapolis private schools, St. Mary's Hall, Baltimore City and Ingleside (Mr. and Mrs. Gibson), Catonsville, Md.; m. St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, June 14, 1866, Charles Baltimore Calvert, of "Riverdale," Prince George's Co., Md.; children: Eleanor, Hester Virginia, Charlotte Augusta, Charles Benedict (died), Richard Creagh Mackubin, George Henry, Rosalie Eugenia Stier, Charles Baltimore, Elizabeth Steuart. Against woman suffrage. Protestant Episcopal. Mem. Colonial Dames, D.A.R., United Daughters of the Confederacy, Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America.

CALVERT, Frances Adelia (Mrs. George H. Calvert), 1750 Corcoran St., Washington, D.C.

Born Middletown, N.Y., Feb. 20, 1847; dau. Frederick Ira and Susan Adelia (Cooley) Seybolt; ed. Mrs. Houston's private school at Middletown, N.Y., and Academy of Visitation, Washington, D.C.; m. Dec. 26, 1872, George H. Calvert of Riversdale Manor, Md.; children: Julia Stuart, Charles Benedict, George, Cecilius, John Wentworth. Favors woman suffrage. Episcopalian. Mem. Chevy Chase Club (Md.).

CALVERT, Mary Githens (Mrs. Alan Calvert), 327 S. Sixteenth St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Born Philadelphia, Oct. 7, 1876; dau. Benjamin and Mary J. (Prettyman) Githens; ed. Miss Agnes Irwin's School, Philadelphia; Bryn Mawr Coll., A.B. '98; m. Philadelphia, Oct. 18, 1906, Alan Calvert; children: Benjamin Githens, Jean, Marian. Active worker in the First Baptist Church. Boardman of Boys' Guild and Philadelphia College Settlement. Mem. Ass'n of Collegiate Alumnae, Bryn Mawr Alumnae Ass'n, College Settlements Ass'n, College Club of Philadelphia.

CALVIN, Clementine, Meadville, Pa.

Teacher; b. Meadville, Pa.; dau. John M. and Isabel (Lytle) Calvin; grad. Allegheny Coll., A.B. '82, A.M. '84; post-graduate course in Prof. Curry's School of Expression, 1883. Instructor in German and elocution, Waterford Acad., 1884; teacher Meadville (Pa.) High School, 1885; prof. German and oratory, Monmouth (Ill.) Coll., 1886-1903; instructor same branches, Meadville Theological School, 1903-H. Active as public reader and speaker; especially interested in Mission work at home and abroad. Mem. Woman's Foreign Missionary Soc. of First M.E. Church, Meadville, Pa. Club: Woman's Literary Club of Meadville, Pa. Favors woman suffrage.

CALVIN, Henrietta Willard (Mrs. John H. Calvin), Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore.

Dean of School of Home Economics; b. Jonesboro, Ill., Aug. 11, 1865; dau. Henry Webb and Alice (Condon) Willard; finished junior year at Washburn Coll., Topeka, Kan.; grad. Science Course at Kansas State Agricultural Coll. B.S. '86; m. Manhattan, Kan., June 16, 1886, John H. Calvin; children: John Willard, b. Mar. 24, 1887; Paul Henry, b. June 3, 1889; Ruth, b. Nov. 28, 1890; David, b. Oct. 18, 1882; Catherine, b. Jan. 30, 1894 (deceased); Benjamin Willis, b. Feb. 20, 1896; George Fairchild, b. June 3, 1898. In Kansas State Agricultural Coll. as librarian, 1901-03; prof, of domestic science, 1903-08; prof, home economics, Purdue Univ., 1908-12; since then Oregon Agricultural Coll. as dean of home economics and prof, of domestic science. Lecturer to women's clubs, mothers' congresses, extension schools, national meetings, Chautauqua and farmers' institutes in Wis., Kan., Ill., Ind., Md., Washington, D.C; Ga., N.C., Ala., Ohio. Recreations: Country tramps, study of birds and flowers, amateur photography. Baptist. Favors woman suffrage. Democrat. Pres. Civic Improvement Soc. of West Lafayette, Ind.

CAMERON, Agnes Deans, 64 E. Government St., Victoria, British Columbia.

Journalist, writer, lecturer; b. Victoria, B.C., Dec. 20, 1863; dau. Duncan and Jessie (Anderson) Cameron; grad. from public high school, Victoria, B.C. Taught in public and high schools; 10 years principal South Park School, Victoria, B.C., now school trustee. Associate editor Educational Journal of Western Canada. Made notable journey from Chicago by way of Athabasca, Great Slave Lake and the Mackenzie River to the Arctic Ocean, returning by Peace River and the Lesser Slave Lake. Lectures on travel themes in U.S., Canada and England. Author: The New North, 1909; The Outer Trail, 1910. Vice-pres. Canada Woman's Press Club, 1909; mem. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, B.C. Women's Council, B.C. Agricultural Ass'n, B.C. Historical Soc, Tuesday Club.

CAMERON, Beatrice—see Mansfield, Beatrice Cameron.

CAMERON, Bettie Garner (Mrs. Benjamin G. Cameron), 3119 Eighth St., Meridian, Miss.

Born Tuscumbia, Ala.; dau. Argy L. and Sarah (Burton) Garner; ed. St. Mary's Episcopal School, Memphis, Tenn.; grad. St. Mary's, N.Y. City, 1879; m. Tuscumbia, Ala., Feb. 20, 1884, Benjamin L. Cameron; children: Argy Garner, Alan William, Benjamin Franklin, Elizabeth Garner. Mem. St. Paul's Guild; vice-pres. Woman's Auxiliary; mem. choir and teacher in Sunday-school. State cor. sec. Internat. Order King's Daughters and Sons; treas. local chapter; vice-pres. Pushmataha Chapter D.A.R., Winnie Davis Chapter (oldest chapter in the State), United Daughters of Confederacy, Old Ladies' Home Ass'n, Public Library Ass'n, Matinee Musical Club, Euterpean Club. Opposed to woman suffrage. Episcopalian. Democrat.

CAMERON, Cora May Kent (Mrs. Wallace Cameron Jr.), 101 Willard Av., Bloomfield, N.J.

Former teacher; grad. Smith Coll., B.A. '97; m. July 24, 1905, Wallace Cameron Jr.; children: William Wallace 2d, b. .Oct. 22, 1907; James Kent, b. Nov. 3, 1909. Teacher South Deerfield, Mass., 1897-98; Tarrytown (N.Y.) High School, 1899-1901; Chestnut St. Grammar School, Springfield, Mass., 1901-05.

CAMERON, Edith Virginia Buzzell (Mrs. Harry Frank Cameron), Cebú, Cebú, Philippine Islands.

Born Massachusetts; grad. Smith Coll., B.A. '99; student North Adams (Mass.) Normal School, spring of 1902; m. Feb. 18, 1905, Harry Frank Cameron; children: Anne, b. Jan. 11, 1906; Virginia, b. Sept. 14, 1907. Teacher, Amherst (Mass.) High School, 1899; Lee (Maine) Normal School, English, 1900; St. Hilda's Industrial School, Morristown, N.J., 1901; principal Charlemont (Mass.) Grammar School, 1902; Byfield Grammar School, 1903-04; teacher of English at Cebú, Cebú, Philippine Islands, since 1904.

CAMERON, Elizabeth (Mrs. James Donald Cameron), Middletown, Pa., and 6 Square Bois de Boulogne, Paris.

Daughter Charles and Elizabeth (Williams) Sherman; ed. in Boston; m. Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. Senator James Donald Cameron of Pa.; one daughter: Martha.

CAMERON, Margaret—see Lewis, Margaret Cameron.

CAMERON, Susan Elizabeth, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Can.

Teacher; b. Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Can.; dau. Alexander and Anne (Purves) Cameron; ed. at home, high school, St. John, New Brunswick; McGill Univ., Montreal, B.A., honors and gold medal, 1895, M.A. '99. Teacher in the Misses Graham's School, N.Y. City, 1896-99; tutor in English, McGill Univ. since 1899; lecturer 1906;