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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
H. R. 10821
TO PROVIDE FOR THE FURTHER DEVELOPMENT
AND TERRITORIES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
DANIEL A. REED, New York, Chairman E, HART FENN, Connecticut.
LORING M. BLACK, JR., New York. EDGAR R. KIESS, Pennsylvania.
JOHN J. DOUGLASS, Massachusetts. FREDERICK R. LEHLBACH, New Jersey. VINCENT L. PALMISANO, Maryland. WALLACE H. WHITE, JR., Maine.
MALCOLM C. TARVER, Georgia. WILLIS G. SEARS, Nebraska.
RENÉ L. DeROUEN, Louisiana. BENJAMIN M. GOLDER, Pennsylvania. LA FAYETTE L. PATTERSON, Alabama JOHN C. SCHAFER, Wisconsin.
D. D. GLOVER, Arkansas.
CARL H. WILLINGHAM, Clerk
STATEMENTS OF PROPONENTS OF THE BILL
Page Miller, Mr. C. M., State director of vocational education, Topeka, Kans., chairman legislative committee American Vocational Association.
2 Quigley, Mr. Thomas H., head of industrial education department, Georgia
School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga., for the legislative committee of the
3 Lapp, Dr. John A., head department social science, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis.
10 Dennis, Mr. L. H., deputy State superintendent of public instruction, Pennsylvania
16 Weaver, Mr. A. M., superintendent of schools, Williamsport, Pa
18 Monks, Mr. L. B., representing the Manufacturers' Association, Williamsport, Pa..
23 Sparks, Mr. Earl, secretary Metal Manufacturers' Association, Philadelphia, Pa..
25 Hofses, Mr. Raymond S., member of the school board, Reading, Pa.
28 Gebhardt, Mr. G. B., secretary Manufacturers' Association, York, Pa- 29 Hoover, Mr. H. M., representing the Manufacturers' Association of Lancaster, Pa.
31 O'Leary, Mr. Wesley, assistant commissioner of education, New Jersey -- 32 Smith, Mr. Preston, superintendent of schools, Bayonne, N. J..
33 Green, Hon. Robert A..
36 Galin, Mr. Gregory, chairman educational committee, State Federation of Labor, N. J..
39 Eaton, Hon. William R..
41 Cooley, Dr. R. L., director Milwaukee Vocational School, Milwaukee, Wis. 44 Caldwell, Mr. H. W., member of board of education, LaGrange, Ga
59 Lee, Dr. Edwin A., professor of vocational education, University of California, Berkeley, Calif..
65, 73 Van Oot, Mr. B. H., State supervisor of industrial education, Richmond, Va...
70 Chart developed by Dr. R. L. Cooley for the committee-
73 Hambrecht, Mr. George P., State director of vocational education, Madi
101 Hushing, Mr. William C., legislative representative American Federation of Labor, Washington, D. C.-
137 Sylvester, Mr. Charles W., director division of vocational education, Baltimore, Md.; treasurer American Vocational Association.
143 Luce, Mr. Ernest B., educational director Consolidated Gas, Electric Light & Power Co., Baltimore
156 Heim, Mr. Raymond W., Dover, Del., State director of vocational education.
160 Noyes, Mr. H. G., coordinator for adult education in trade and industry, State of Wisconsin.--.
161 O'Leary, Dr. Wesley A., assistant commissioner of education for New Jersey
167, 171 Fish, Miss Elizabeth, principal of the Minneapolis Vocational School for Girls.
180 Smith, Mr. K. G., State supervisor of trade and industrial education, Lansing, Mich.
183 Arundel, Mr. John F., Cincinnati, Ohio, director of vocational education, board of education
189 Heusch, Mr. E. L., State supervisor, trade and industrial education, Columbus, Ohio.
Quigley, Mr. Thomas H., head of industrial education department, Georgia
School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga...
and president of the American Vocational Association....
LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS AND EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS
FROM ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS SUPPORTING THE BILL
[Where a page number is indicated, copies of these letters and telegrams or excerpts therefrom may be
Bank of Southern Utah, Cedar City, Utah..-
Co., Dallas, Tex.
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BOARDS OF EDUCATION AND OFFICERS-STATE AND LOCAL
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Allen, A. T., chairman, and Mrs. T. E. Johnson, L. H. Kitchen, L. H.
Hodges, members State board for vocational education, Raleigh, N. C.-
chief erection engineer, Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Co.; Aubery, F.L.,
G. L., horticulturist, board members; and Hurley, Harry P., director.-
tional School, Kenosha, Wis.-
Education, Atlanta, Ga.-
Lemon City, Fla---
Board of Education, Dayton, Ohio.--
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Bates, W. O., president the Lions Club, Hattiesburg, Miss..
International, 505 First Street north, Newton, Iowa...
Club, Helena, Mont...
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CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND OFFICERS OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
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Allen, W. C., president Amity Chamber of Commerce, Amity, Ark.--
ation, Pasadena, Calif.
hausen, mayor, Schulenburg, Tex.
land Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Oreg ---
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