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COPYRIGHT Office—Continued

Alfredo Hidalgo Rizal, clerk
Walter A. Wolf, clerk
Henry D. Gloyd, clerk
Kate E. Moten, clerk
E. H. Plumacher, clerk
Frank M. Taylor, clerk
Elton Watkins, clerk
Harold B. Hersey, clerk
James Bayly, junior messenger
Clarence M. Crews, junior messenger
John C. Kernan, junior messenger
H. A. Kuehn, junior messenger
Walter A. Southcomb, junior messenger

Arthur V. Sullivan, junior messenger
CARD SECTION

Charles H. Hastings, Chief of Section
Laura A. Thompson, first assistant
G. T. Ritchie, assistant
Ella K. Walker, assistant
Abby L. Barney, assistant
Carrie J. Hastings, assistant
Maude Baker, assistant
Margaret A. Giusta, assistant
Jane R. Harvie, assistant
Mary L. Radcliffe, assistant
Faith Bradford, assistant
W. H. Cornwall, assistant
Julia L. Hart, assistant
Anna A. Hempsted, assistant
W. Lugo-Vina, assistant
C. S. Chisolm, assistant
Marie A. Cook, assistant
Lucy Cullen, assistant
Edith M. Pike, assistant
Dorothy Jennings-Smith, assistant
Mary F. Blosser, assistant
Theodore Frech, junior messenger
George E. Chambers, junior messenger
Samuel O. Campbell, junior messenger
Herold Haynes, junior messenger

APPENDIX VID

QUALIFICATIONS AT DATE OF APPOINTMENT OF PRESENT

EMPLOYEES APPOINTED UNDER THE PRESENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE LIBRARY, APRIL 5, 1899-SEPTEMBER 30, 1910

[*Indicates temporary appointments. fIndicates temporary promo

tions. ItIndicates temporary separations from the service.] This statement was first prepared in response to the following resolution of the House of Representatives, January 26, 1906:

Resolved by the House of Representatives, That the Librarian of Congress be requested to furnish to the House of Representatives a statement giving the names of all employees now in the Library of Congress and on its pay roll, date of appointment, the actual residence of each employee at the time appointed, and the names of all persons who recommended the appointment of each employee. Also to state briefly what special training for library work, or for the particular position occupied, each employee had at the time of appointment; also to state what, if any, examinations have been made testing the ability and fitness of applicants before appointed.”

It was revised for the Senate Committee on the Library to April 30, 1910, and is again revised to October 1, 1910, and here printed. See pp. 9-15. of this report. The revision in each case consists in adding names of those entering the service since 1906 and the elimination of those who left the service in that time.

EMPLOYEES WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE AT $3,000

Bishop, William W.

New Jersey
University of Michigan, B. A., M. A.
American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1898–1899
Columbia University, 1900–1901
Professor of Greek, Missouri Wesleyan College
Instructor in Greek and Latin, Northwestern University
Instructor and assistant librarian, Garrett Biblical Institute
Librarian and instructor, Polytechnic Institute, of Brooklyn
Princeton University Library (in charge of Reading Room and

Catalogue Department)
Languages: Greek, Latin, German, French, Italian
Entered service 1907: Superintendent Reading Room, $3,000
Present position: Superintendent Reading Room, $3,000

Bruncken, Ernest

California
Gymnasium, Eisenach, Germany
Journalist, attorney at law
Assistant city attorney, Milwaukee, Wis.
Wisconsin state forestry commissioner
Assistant forester, Biltmore Estate, N. C.
Chief, sociological department, California state library
Languages: German, Latin; reading knowledge of French, Dutch,

Italian, and Greek
Entered service 1909: Assistant register of copyrights, $3,000
Present position: Assistant register of copyrights, $3,000

Hunt, Gaillard

Virginia Private schools and academies, New Orleans, New Haven, and

Washington
Chief of Passport Bureau, Department of State
Chief of Bureau of Citizenship, Department of State, 1907-1909
Author and editor on historical and governmental questions
Author of Life of James Madison, 1902, and Life of John C. Calhoun,

1907
Editor of the Writings of James Madison, 9 volumes
Entered service 1909: Chief of Manuscripts Division, $3,000
Present position: Chief of Manuscripts Division, $3,000

EMPLOYEES WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE AT $2,400

Darling, S. Boyd

Massachusetts
Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.
Yale University, 1891-1895
Harvard Law School, 1897–1899
Attorney at law, Boston
Languages: Reading knowledge of French, college course in Latin

and Greek
Entered service 1909: Assistant, Law Index, $2,400
Present position: Assistant, Law Index, $2,400

EMPLOYEES WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE AT $2,000

Parsons, Arthur J.

Massachusetts
Private school (Noble's) at Boston; full preparation for Harvard

College
Foreign travel
Study of art collections in France
Collector of prints and connoisseur
Languages: Working knowledge of French and Italian
Entered service 1902: Chief of Division of Prints, $2,000
Present position: Chief of Division of Prints, $2,000

Sonneck, O. G. T.

New Jersey
Public schools, Hoboken, N. J.; Kiel, Germany
Ober-Realschule, Kieler Gelehrtenschule
Kaiser Friedrichs Gymnasium in Frankfort
University of Heidelberg, specializing in history and theory of

music
University of Munich, specializing in history and theory of music
Conservatory, Sonderhausen, Germany (conducting)
Composer
Since 1896 writer on musical subjects in American, German, and

Italian reviews
Compiler of “ Bibliography of early secular American music"
Author of “Francis Hopkinson and James Lyon,” and of “History

of Early Concert Life in America,” etc.
Student of musical collections of American and foreign libraries,

Munich, Vienna, Bologna, Florence, Berlin, Paris, etc.
Languages: German, French, Italian, Greek, Latin
Entered service 1902: Chief of Division of Music, $2,000
Present position: Chief of Division of Music, $3,000

EMPLOYEES WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE AT $1,800

Brown, William L.

Virginia
High school, Eastport, Me.
Business experience, 1880-1889
Cashier, Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, 1892–1907
Languages: French
Entered service 1907: Chief, Bookkeeping Division, Copyright

Office, $1,800
Present position: Chief Clerk, Copyright Office, $2,000

Perley, Clarence W.

Illinois
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1884–1887 and 1894-1896

B. S., 1896 (biology)
Civil engineer, 1887-1894
Assistant, Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Tech-

nology, 1897–1898
Amherst Library School, 1898
Assistant in charge engineering library, Massachusetts Institute of

Technology, 1898–1900
Classifier, John Crerar Library, Chicago, 1900–1902
Library of Congress, 1902–1903
Classifier, John Crerar Library, 1903-1905
Languages: German, French; working knowledge of Italian, Span-

ish, Latin; cataloguing knowledge of Dutch, Portuguese, Hun

garian, Rumanian, and Scandinavian Entered service 1905: Classifier, Catalogue Division, $1,800 Present position: Acting chief classifier, Catalogue Division, $2,000

Thompson, J. David

West Virginia Victoria University, Manchester, England

B. Sc., 1892; M. Sc., 1895; first in first-class honors, school of

mathematics, with Derby scholarship for special merit Cambridge University

Trinity College: B. A., 1895; M. A., 1899; sixteenth wrangler,

mathematical tripos; Part II, natural science tripos (physics and chemistry); major foundation scholar of Trinity College,

1894-1898 London University; B. Sc., 1893; university exhibitioner; honors

in mathematics and physics Lecturer and demonstrator in physics and physical chemistry, and

lecturer in mathematics, University College, Sheffield, England Lecturer in applied mathematics, University of Chicago Assistant professor of mathematics, West Virginia University, in

charge of department of astronomy
In charge of magnetic survey of West Virginia, 1900, United States

Coast and Geodetic Survey
Representative of scientific departments on library committee of

faculty, West Virginia University
Foreign travel
Languages: French, Latin, Greek; reading knowledge of German
Entered service 1901: Classifier charge of science, Catalogue

Division, $1,800
Present position: Chief, Division of Documents, $3,000

EMPLOYEES WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE AT $1,600
Ashley, Frederick W.

Ohio
Adelbert College, A. B., A. M.
Yale Divinity School (one year)
University scholar, Harvard, 1891-1892
New York State Library School
Librarian, Painesville (Ohio) Public Library
Instructor in Latin, 1887-1891, and principal, 1892–1897, Western

Reserve Academy, Hudson, Ohio
Typewriting, bookkeeping
Languages: Cataloguing knowledge of French, German, Latin,

Greek
Entered service 1900: Chief of correspondence division, Copyright

Office, $1,600
Present position: Chief, Order Division, $2,500
EMPLOYEES WHO ENTERED THE SERVICE AT $1,500

District of Columbia

Babine, A. V.

Cornell University, A. B., A. M.
Cataloguer, Cornell University Library
Librarian, Indiana University Library

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