(A Biography, Directory and Bibliography Combined)
In Distinctly Separate Sections
THE STANDARD REFERENCE WORK OF THE WORLD
[Spiritualism Section Excerpt Only]
Compiled and Edited by
WILLIAM C. HARTMANN
Author of “Who’s Who in Occult, Psychic and Spiritual Realms”
Founder of The Occult Brotherhood; Member, American Society for Psychical Research; Member, National Laboratory of Psychical Research (London); Member, The International New Thought Alliance; Hon. Member, National Astrological Association, etc.
Second Edition of
“HARTMANN’S WHO’S WHO”
“Seek and Ye Shall Find’
Issued Under the Auspices of The Occult Brotherhood
THE OCCULT PRESS
Jamaica, N. Y. U.S.A.
Who’s Who in New Thought, New Psychology and Metaphysics; Biographical Sketches1-21
Individual Workers in New Thought. New Psychology and Metaphysical Fields, Applied Psychologists, Character Analysts, Graphologists, Healers, Human Engineers, Metaphysicians, Phrenologists, Practitioners, Psycho- Analysts, Psychologists, Vocational Counselors………………………………………………… 21-23
New Thought. Divine Science and Magnetic Healers. Metaphysical Practitioners and Psychologists23-28
Movements and New Thought, New Psychology and Metaphysical Associations, Societies, embracing Applied Psychology and Vocational Guidance, Chromatics. Graphology. Health. Humanism, New Thought and Metaphysics, Phrenology, Religious Movements, Sex and Vegetarian Societies…….. 29-53
Who’s Who in Occultism and Mysticism, Biographical Sketches…………………………. 55-73
Individuals in Occultism and Mysticism; Astrologers, Numerologists, Occultists. Palmists 75-78
Associations. Movements and Societies in Occultism and Mysticism, embracing Alchemy, Anthroposophy, Astrology, Co-Masonry, Numerology, Occultism and Mysticism, Palmistry, Religious Movements, Rosicrucianism and Theosophy……………………………………………………………………… 79-103
Who’s Who in Psychic Science and Spiritualism, Biographical Sketches…………….. 105-131
Prominent Mediums, Past and Present………………………………………………………….. 133-141
Associations, Movements and Societies in Psychic Science and Spiritualism embracing Ledgerdermain, Psychic Societies, Psychical Research and Spiritualism……………………………………………….. 143-173
Bibliographies, embracing Astrology; Auras, Colors and Aurora; Christian Science; Crystal Gazing and Psychomancy; Death; Evolution, Cosmogomy, Cosmology, Consciousness; Fourth Dimension, Dimensional Matter; Graphology; Health and Healing; Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Suggestive Therapeutics; Psychotherapy; Magnetism Numerology; Occultism; Yogi Philosophy; Palmistry; Reincarnation; Rosicrucianism; Sex, Sexology and Love; Spirit Photography; Spiritualism; Psychic Research; The Tarot; Theosophy175-209
Book List-Authors and Their Works…………………………………………………………….. 211-243
Descriptive Section, relative to various movements and societies, in alphabetical formation245-277
Libraries in various cities……………………………………………………………………………… 279-280
Magazine Articles relative to New Thought, Occult a Psychic Subjects…………….. 281-295
Periodicals, in various countries……………………………………………………………………. 297-310
Periodicals discontinued…………………………………………………………………………………….. 311
Photographs, Reference to, of Prominent Personalities……………………………………. 313-314
Publishers and Their Offerings……………………………………………………………………………. 315
Professional Register…………………………………………………………………………………………. 323
Classified Advertising………………………………………………………………………………………… 325
General Advertising…………………………………………………………………………………………… 327
Index to Biographical Sections…………………………………………………………………………… vi-xii
Index to Principal Societies…………………………………………………………………………….. xiii-xvi
Index to Subjects………………………………………………………………………………………… xvii-xviii
See Index to Abbreviations………………………………………………………………………………… xviii
Index to Advertisers………………………………………………………………………………………….. 326
ABBOTT, David P. Money Lender. b. in Falls City, Nebraska, Sept. 22nd, 1863. Only had schooling three months a year in a country school house on Nebraska prairies, except a final 9 months in Falls City High School. Since maturity has made science and philosophy his hobby as well as all things mystical. Has invented many illusions and performs most magical experiments. Author: “Behind The Scenes With The Mediums” (1907); Fifth edition nearly exhausted now. “The History of a Strange Case;” “The Spirit Portrait Mystery, Its Final Solution”; “The Marvelous Creations of Joseffy,” 1948. A contribution to a Symposium on “The Dream Problem” published in Delhi, India by Ram Naryan, (Editor “Practical Medicine”). Magazine articles: “Thoughts on Time Space and Existence” in “Monist,” (Open Court Co.) 1906. Many magazine articles in “Open-Court” Magazine on Mediumistic trickery. “Independent Voices Movement of Objects Without Contact and Spirit Portraits,” (American Society Psychical Research, 1911); articles in “Popular Mechanics,” “Sphinx” (Magicians Magazine), and “Linking Ring” Magazine. Address: 3316 Centre Street, Omaha, Nebr., U.S.A.
ABBOTT, James. Writer and lecturer. b. New York City, 1852. “Yale” graduate 1873. Worked forty years as Court Stenographer until 1918; in the Army one year during war. Spends most of his time now traveling and lecturing. Author of “La Taquigraphia Completa;” “Forms for Court Reporters.” Magazine articles in “Religio-Philosophical Journal,” “Progressive Thinker,” (helped found it); “National Spiritualist” (former editor) and many others. See, “Personal Experiences,” (Nat’l Spiritualist, Aug., 1926, p. 6; Sept. 1926, p. 7). Address: 3175 Hudson Ave.: Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
ALLYN, C. Fannie. Pioneer in Spiritualism. b. 1842. Worked with Katie Fox. and other “early” mediums. Was at the first camp meeting held in New England. First woman speaker in Texas. Among former friends were, Wm. Denton, (geologist), Ed. Wheeler, Emma Hardinge, (later Brittain), Sarah Byrnes, also Lizzie Doten. Now at age of 85, acting as Conductor of Children’s Lyceum at Onset Camp. Address: 48 Hancock Street, Stoneham, Mass.
AUSTIN, B. F., A.M., D.D. Writer, Author, Lecturer, Publisher, Editor, “Reason Quarterly,” 45 22 St. Charles Rd., Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
BAILEN, Samuel Lawrence. Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. Attorney for The Massachusetts State Ass’n of Spiritualists.
BAILEY, W. G., M.D. Author: “No, Not Dead; They Live.” Address: 512 Broadway, Camden, N. J.
BANNING, Pierson Worrall. See “New Thought” Section.
BARKER, Elsa. b. Leicester, Vt. Author of various books, novels and poems. Automatic Writings: “Letters from a Living Dead Man”, 1914, “War Letters from the Living Dead Man, 1915 “Songs of a Vagrom Angel.” 1916, “Last Letters from the Living Dead Man,” 1919. Address: 26 East 35th Street, New York.
BARTLETT, A. F. St. Petersburg, Fla.
BARWISE, Mark A. Member Maine State Senate, 32nd degree Mason. Four years President of Unity Spiritual Society in Bangor. Seven years President of Temple Heights Camp Meeting and ten years President of the Maine State Spiritualist Association. Trustee of National Spiritualist Association since 1917. Curator of the Bureau of Phenomenal Evidence, Associate Counsel of the Bureau of Legislation and Law and Assistant Superintendent of the Bureau of Education, N. S. A.-Bangor, Me., U.S.A.
BELASCO, David. Playwright. Producer, Manager, Owner, Belasco Theatre, New York. Magazine Articles: “Why I know the Dead Come Back” (“Psychology”, Nov. 1926, p. 22.) Address: Belasco Theatre, New York, N. Y.
BENJAMINE, Elbert. President, “The Brotherhood of Light” (Cal.-P. O. Box 1525, Log Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
BENJAMINE, Elizabeth. Wife of Elbert B., Vice-President, “The Brotherhood of Light” (Cal)-P. O. 1525, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
BENNETT, Louis C. b. New York City, 1868. Teacher of Natural Law for 7 years; Trumpet medium, inspirational lecturer and message bearer; specialty is developing classes for trance, trumpet and crystal, also automatic writing. Author of many short articles in spiritual papers. Address: Hensonville, N. Y., U.S.A.
BENTLEY, Prof. Madison. Princeton University. Editor, “Psychological Index”-Princeton, N. J., U.S.A.
BIELEK, Arthur Ernest. Experimental Engineer, Teacher. b. New York, N. Y. Mechanical Engineer, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1917 Assistant Engineer and Assistant Physicist, U. S. Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C.; Instructor in Mathematics and Drawing, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Experimental Engineer for various corporations. At present instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 85-99 Livingston St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Is deeply interested in Psychic research. Address: 147-38 97th Ave., Jamaica, N. Y.
BIRD, J. Malcolm. Research Officer, A. S. P. R. Formerly on Editorial Staff of Scientific American and Secretary to its Psychic Investigation Committee, 1923-1924. Author: “My Psychic Adventures,” “Margery” The Medium, 1925, etc. Magazine Articles: In Scientific American “Our Psychic Investigation,” Feb., 1923, p. 84; and March, 1923, p. 160; “Our First Test Seances,” July, 1923, p. 14; “Another Mediumistic Failure,” Dec., 1923, p. 390; “A Sitting With Ada Besinnet,” Sept., 1923, p. 164; “Our Psychic Investigation Advances,” Feb., 1924, p. 86; “A Summary of Results to date,” April, 1924, p. 236; “The, First ‘Margery’ ” article July, 1924, p. 28; “The ‘-Margery’ Mediumship, first test sitting,” Aug., 1924, p. 88; “Formulation of a New Policy,” Oct., 1924, p. 233. Address: 15 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y.
BLINN, Henry Clay. 1824-1905. Author: “Spiritualism Among the Shakers,” (The Manifestation of Spiritualism among the Shakers. 1837-1847), 1899.
BONGGREN, Jacob, D.L. Associate Editor, The Occult Digest-1904 N. Clark St., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
BRIGHAM, Helen Temple. Organizer, Spiritual and Ethical Society, New York, 1891. Deceased.
BRISTOL, W. E. Oakfield, Wis., U.S.A. Financial Secretary, Western Wisconsin Camp Ass’n., 1926.
BRITTEN, Clara M. Texas State Supt. of Lyceums.
BROWN, F. K. 2nd Vice-Pres., California State Spir. Ass’n, 1927. Address: 735 17th St., Oakland, Calif.
BRYAN, Wm. J., M.D. Physician, artist, author and medium. b. Rochester, N. Y., 1858. M.D. (Medical College, N. Y. City). A graduate from orthodoxy, materialism and agnosticism up to Spiritualism. Author: “What Spiritualism Really Is”, 1920. (Also one other book, out of print). Magazine articles in all of the Spiritualist Periodicals too numerous to mention, even in Kalpaka (monthly) Tinnevelly, S. India. Address: 333 E. 17th Street, New York City, N. Y., U.S.A.
BUCHANAN, Dr. Joseph Rodes. Professor of Psychology and Medical Science; was formerly Dean of the Electic [sic] Medical Institute and President of the American University, Boston. Actual discoverer of the science of Psychometry. Author of many works on scientific subjects. See his “Manual of Psychometry.”
BUDDINGTON, Thos C. Automatic writing from Prof. Michael Faraday, “The Evolution of the Universe, or Creation according to Science.” Address: 2506 East 6th St., Long Beach, Calif.
BULL, Titus, M.D. Was close friend and associate of Dr. James H. Hyslop, (deceased). Interested in “Spirit obsession” cases. See, “The Experiments in Psychic Healing, conducted by Titus Bull, M.D.,” by Helen C. Lambert (Psychic Science, Lond., July, 1927, pp. 83-89). Address: 430 West 116th St., New York, N. Y.
BUNDY. John C. Proprietor of the former “Religio – Philosophical Journal,” (1865-1905).
BURGESS, Dr. C. A. Vice-President, Lily Dale Assembly, 1925 (N. Y.)-2020 Washington Blvd., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
BURKE, Arthur. Psychic Researcher. See letter to “New York Times” (Aug. 14, 1927, p. X10). Address: Englewood, N. J.
BURR, William H. Lawyer. b. Lindley, N. Y., October 30th, 1870. LL.B (Cornell). Ten years National President of National Association Mercantile Agencies; Four years State Chairman Prohibition Party, Twelve Years President, Plymouth Spiritual Church, Rochester, N. Y.; Director, counsel and State President of the General Assembly of Spiritualists, State of N. Y. Author of “Written Communications from the Spirit World”; “Jeanne D’Arc Medium, Martyr, Saint”; “Spiritualism, the Defender and Savior of Christianity.” Many articles published in relation to Spiritualism and other subjects. Address: 512 Powers Bldg., Rochester, N. Y., U.S.A.
BUTLER, Daisy Gibson. 191a Belvidere Street, San Francisco, Calif. Mag. Articles: “Reason,” Jan. 1926, p. 69; Feb., 1926, p. 70.
CADWALLADER, Mrs. M. E. Editor and Publisher of “The Progressive Thinker.” Leader in spiritualistic Movements, Author Writer, Lecturer, First Vice-President Pennsylvania State Spiritualists’ Association-106 S. Loomis St., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
CAIN H. C. Ironwood, Mich., U.S.A. Trustee, Western Wisconsin Camp Ass’n, 1926.
CALLAWAY, Chas. W. Cosmos Publishing Company., Boulder Creek, Calif.
CAPPS, Dr. William, M.D. Writer on Spiritualism-Puyallup, Washington, U.S.A.
CARRINGTON, Hereward, Ph.D. Author, Lecturer, Investigator; Founder, Secretary and Research Officer, The American Psychical Institute and Laboratory; Late Member of the Council of the American institute for Scientific Research; Member of the Society for Psychical Research, New York and London; The National Geographical Society, The American Health League; Collaborator in The American Encyclopaedia, The Standard Dictionary, etc.; Author of many reports, cases, articles, etc., for A. S. P. R. Proceedings. Was one of the two delegates from U. S. to the first International Psychical Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1921. Is one of the Scientific American Committee, of Five. Author: Death: Its Cause and Phenomena (1911); Death Deferred (1912); Eusapia Palladino: and her Phenomena (1909; Higher Psychical Development (Yoga) (1920); Modern Psychical Phenomena (1919); Personal Experiences in Spiritualism (1913); Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism (1907); Psychical Phenomena and the War (1918); The Problems of Psychical Research (1914); The Coming Science (1908); True Short Stories (1915); Your Psychic Powers: and how to Develop Them (1920); Vitality, Fasting and Nutrition (1908); The Natural Food of Man (1912); Hindu Magic (1913); Handcuff Tricks (1913); Side Show and Animal Tricks (1913); The Boys’ Book of Magic (1920); Spiritism and Psychology (Trans.) (1911); Spiritualism: A Fact-A Fake (1925); Psychical Research (2 vols.) (1923); The Nature of Dreams (1923); Yoga Philosophy (1923); Life: Its Origin and Nature (1923); Death: and Its Problems (1924); Novel Discoveries in Science (1924); The Great Pyramid of Egypt (1924); Great Men of Science (1924); Psychology for Beginners (1924); Chemistry for Beginners (1924); Astronomy for Beginners (1925) Food and Diet (1925); The Mysteries of Myra (1916). Numerous Reports in the Proceedings and Journals of the S. P. R., etc., etc. Address: 504 West 111th St., New York, N. Y.
CARTER, William Raymond. Hatter. b. Jan. 20th, 1865, Folkestone, Kent, England. Came to United States In 1882, followed the hatting trade until six years ago since then has devoted all of his time to psychic work with Jehovah’s Angels from the far off Heavens. Author of articles received through spirit communication now ready to be published “Life in Atmosphera;” “Life In Etherea;” “World Creation in the Eletan Heavens;” “Life Creation In Nirvana” and “Gods word to man.” Address: 748 Forrest Avenue, Biloxi, Miss., U.S.A.
CARVER, Dr. George W. Professor, Experimental Chemistry, Tuskegee Institute. Tuskegee, Alabama. Fellow, Royal Society of Great Britain.
CHESLEY, Wm. S. Editor, “Spiritualist News,” a free service for the press-861 City Hall Station, New York City, U.S.A.
CHRISTIE, Will O. 1914 Secretary, State Spiritualist Association of ‘Washington — Tacoma, Wash., U.S.A.
COAKLEY, Thomas F. Author: “Spiritism: the Modern Satanism,” 1921, with Imprimatur of George William Mundelein, Archbishop of Chicago. Address: 515 Curry Building, Pittsburgh, Penn.
COCHRAN, Charles Henry. Writer. Publisher, Lecturer-Titusville, Pa., U.S.A.
COMSTOCK, Dr. Daniel P. Psychic Investigator-Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
CONSTANTINE. F. W. Treasurer, National Spiritualists Association: Secretary, General Assembly of Spiritualists. State of Now York; President, Lily Dale Assembly, 1925 (N. Y.)-605 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y., U.S.A.
COOVER. Prof. John Edgar. Director. Psychical Research Laboratory, Leland Stanford University. Author—Stanford University, Calif., U.S.A.
COURTNEY, Harold P. Treasurer, California State Spir. Ass’n. 1927. Address: 217 So. Orange St., Glendale, Calif.
COSGRAVE, John O’Hara, Journalist, Editor, Author—52 E. 78th St., New York City, IT. S. A.
COWAN, Etta F. Treasurer, Western Wisconsin Camp Ass’n., 1926. Almond, Wis., U.S.A.
CRANDON, Dr. Le Roy G. Husband of “Margery” the medium. Lecturer, Writer, Author. See “Margery – Harvard – Veritas.” Magazine Articles: Report on Scientific American Committee Work, (Scientific American, Jan. 1925, p, 29). Address before Unitarian Conference (B. of L., Aug. 7, 1926, p. 3). Defends Psychical Research at Clark University, (B. of L., Dec. 4. 1926. p. 1). Review of “History of Spiritualism” (Doyle) in Banner of Life ” (Boston), July 17, 1926, p. 3. Address: 10 Lime Street, Boston, Mass.
CROFT, Dr. Elmer E. Author, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Psychoanalyst, New Haven, Conn.-Died August, 1925.
CROZIER, Chell. Associate Editor, The Occult Digest-1904 N. Clark St., Chicago, Ill.
CUSHMAN, Dr. Allerton S., M. D. Psychic Investigator-Washington, D. C., U.S.A.
DANA, Charles L., M.D., New York. Hon. Fellow, A. S. P. R.
DANELSON, Effa E. Author, Lecturer, Editor, Publisher. b., Beers Mills, ‘Wis., June 1, 1869. Father, James Rodell; mother, Catherine Eastwood. Tn. Gustave E. Danelson of Varnamo, Sweden, June 19, 1905. No children. Editor-Publisher, “The Psychic, Leader” July to December, 1922; Editor-Publisher, “the Psychic Power,” February, 1923, to December, 1924. Since January, 1925, Editor, “The Occult Digest” and co-publisher with Ross X. New (Managing Editor)-1904 N. Clark St., Chicago, Ill.
DANMAR, William, Professor of Architecture. b. Holstein, Germany. November 22, 1853. Civil Engineer, IT. S. Army, 1881; Researcher in Mediumship since 1883. Author: Modern Nirvanaism, 1914; World Cognition, 1923; Ghostology, 1924; Welt-Kenntniss, (in German), 1923; Geist Erkenntniss (in German), 1925, Hon. Pres., Wiener Parapsychisches Institute, (Vienna) Member, American S. P. R. Address: 5, 138th Street, Jamaica, N. Y.
DAVIS, Andrew Jackson. “The Seer of Poughkeepsie.” Spiritualist. b. August 11, 1826, at Bloomingrove, Orange County, N. Y. Philosopher, Seer, Author. Was twice married. First wife died November 2, 1853. Two years later married Mrs. May Love, a divorcee. In 1886 obtained diploma, of M.D. from the United States Medical College of New York. See biographical article by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in “Light” (London), 1925, pages 98, 110, 192. See, “Andrew Jackson Davis,” by G. Baseden Butt, in “O.R.” Am. ed., March, 1925, p. 158. Died January 13, 1910, aged 84.
DAWES, Jennie M. Editor and Publisher, “Psychic, World”-663 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.
DE HEREDIA, Father Carlos M. (Mexican Jesuit Priest). Psychic Investigator, AnVier: “Spiritism and Common Sense,” 1923; “True Spiritualism,” 1924. Exponent of “Fake Mediumship. Inventor of “Microvibrascope.” See “National Spiritualist,” Feb., 1, 1926, p. 5. Address: 980 Park Ave., New York, N. Y.
DE KOVEN, Anna Farwell (Mrs. Reginald De Koven). b. Chicago, Nov. 19, 1862, widow of Reginald de Koven. composer and dramatist, (died Jan. 16, 1920). Author: “A Cloud of Witnesses” 1920, and various other books on different subjects. Homes: Florence Italy, and 1025 Park Ave., New York, N. Y.
DENTON, Prof. William. Author: The Soul of Things: or Psychometric Researches and Discoveries. See “The Harbinger of Light,” (Melbourne) Jan. and Feb. 1927.
DE WYCKOFF, Joseph, Psychical Researcher. Trustee, American S. P. R. Address: 404 Riverside Drive, New York City. Country Home: Arlena, Towers, Ramsey, N. J.
DRESSER, Miss Charlotte E. Automatic writing, “Spirit World and Spirit Life,” and “Life Here and Hereafter” (with Fred Rafferty.) Address: 117 East 10th St., Santa Ana, Calif.
DUDLEY, E. E. Writer, Lecturer. Care of Banner of Life, (505). 79 Sudbury Street, Boston, Mass.
EDDY, Mrs. Mary Baker, Glover, Paterson. 1821-1910. One time medium.
EDISON, Thomas Alva. Inventor. b. at Milan, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1847. Hon. Ph.D., Union College, 1878; D.Sc., Princeton University, 1915; LL.D., Univ. of the State of New York, 1916. Was made Chevalier, Officer, and later, Commander, of the Legion of Honor, by French Government. References: On experiences with Prof. Bert Reese, Ghost Stories Mag., July, 1926, p. 26: “Edison and the Dead,” (Harbinger of Light, Jan. 1, 1927, p. 7.) “Why I believe in the Immortality of the Soul,” (Boston Sunday Post, Feb. 6, 1927; reprinted In The Banner of Life. (Boston) Feb. 26, 1927. Home: Llewellyn Park.
EDMONDS, Hon. J. W. Author, Spiritual Investigator. One time Judge. Supreme Court of Appeals, State of New York. References to: “Seers of All Ages,” (J. M. Peebles) p. 207.
EDWARDS, Rev. Frederick. D.D. President, Society for Psychical Research. New York; Editor, Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1925. 15 Lexington Ave., Now York City, U.S.A.
EPHARDT, George. One of the Founders of “The National Association of Free Psychic.” Address: 929 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y.
ESMOND, Henry Bradbury. Psychic, Physician and Surgeon. b. Frost Corner, Oxford Co., Maine, Doctor of Medicine; educ. Indiana College of Medicine; University of Tenn., College of Medicine; Buffalo, N. Y., College of Medicine; Ph.D., Central University, Ind., F.R.S.A. (London, Eng.). Primary educ. in Maine and Lynn, Mass. Psychic Healing in Mass., 1887-89; Practitioner of the Healing Art, in Maine, Vermont and Illinois; Specialty. Chronic Diseases and Cancer. Author of several essays on scientific and medical subjects, one in the Homeopathic Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pedology(?) Nov., 1898; one on Electronic Methods in the Medical World, March, 1925. Fellow of several scientific and medical societies. Address: 15302 Center Ave., City of Harvey, Cook Co., Illinois, U.S.A.
EVANS, Henry Ridgeley, LL.B., Litt.D. Author, Student Psychical Research. b. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 7, 1861. Associated with ITS. Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C., since 1911. Author: “Historical Introduction and Bibliography to Hopkins’ Magic, Illusions and Scientific Diversions,” 1897; “The Spirit ‘World Unmasked,” 1902; “The Old and New Magic,” 1909; “The House of the Sphinx,” 1907; Romance of the Dead, or Mummies and Mortality,” 1913: “Cagliostro and his Egyptian Rite of Freemasonry, 1919; “Hours With the Ghosts.” Address: Kew Gardens, 27th and Q Sts., N. W. Washington, D. C., U.S.A.
FEAKINS, W. B. Manager, Lecture Tour, Fredk. Bligh Bond. Oct.—3 months, 1921. Address: Times Bldg., New York, N. Y.
FLETCHER, Mrs. Duncan U. Psychical Investigator, Pres., Psychical Research Soc., Wash. 1455 Mass. Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C., U.S.A.
FRANCIS. John R. Editorial writer on the Religio-Philosophical Journal, of which John C. Bundy was the proprietor: Founded “The Progressive Thinker,” 1889; Author: Encyclopaedia of Death; Search After God; Is the Devil Dead?; etc.
FRATER, Achad. See “Achad,” in “Occult” Section.
FREE, E. E. Former Editor, “Scientific American.” Magazine Articles: The Margery Case, (Scientific American, Nov. 1924, p. 304).
FREEMAN. D. C. Mag. Articles: “How I Found My Inner Self,” (“Reason,” Nov. 1926, p. 42). Address: Franklin, Pa.
FRIKELL, Samri. Magician, Psychical Researcher. Author: “Life Secrets of a Spirit Medium. Magazine articles in Ghost Stories Magazine: “Superman or Clever Trickster-Which?,” July, 1926, p. 26; “What Is the Secret of Rubini the Great?,” Oct., 1926, p. 22; “The Mystery of the Flying Dagger,” Dec., 1926, p. 26; “Can the Spirits of the Dead be Photographed?,” Jan., 1927. p. 24; “The Mystery of Houdini’s Death,” Feb. 1927, p. 28; “The Mystery of the Buried Abbey,” April. 1927, p. 12; “How Can This Man Romano Do Such Things?,” June, 1927, p. 26. Address: 1926 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
GALLION, Marshall E. Member A.S.P.R. MS. re Shakespeare and Bacon, through “instrument,” see The British Journal of Psychical Research,” vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 111-121.
GARDNER, Charles. Author: “Two Lives In One.” Foreword, in “Immortality” by George Chainey. Address: 849 S. White Ave., Pomona, Calif.
GATES-MOORE, Eleanor. Author, Playwright. Address: 730 Fifth Ave., New York City.
GILLESTIE, Mrs. Anna L. Superintendent, Bureau of Lyceums, of the Nat’l Spiritualist Assn.—85 Upton Ave., Battle Creek, Mich., U.S.A.
GODSAL, B. M. Correspondent to “The Harbinger of Light” (Melbourne). Address, San Diego, Calif.
GOERNER, George L. Investigator of Spiritualism. Address: Care of Ed. S. Shank, 704 Sun Finance Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
GOETZ, Elizabeth Harlow. 1421 N. 16th Street, Philadelphia, Penn. Lecturer, Writer, Associate Editor, “The National Spiritualist.” Trustee, N.S.A. Magazine Articles: “Spiritualism and Life,” (Nat’l Spiritualist, Jan., 1927, p. 1).
GOLIER, Spencer, M. Contributor to Banner of Life, (Boston). B Bradford, Pa.
GOODHUE, F. M. Dean, Commonwealth College. b. Manchester, N. H. 1871. C. E. (Norwich University) Engineer, Architect and writer. Translated Stead’s “How I Know the Dead Return” into Esperanto, and gave it a circulation throughout the globe. Contributor to “Banner of Life” and other publications. Address: Commonwealth College, Mena, Ark., U.S.A.
GORDON, J. R. Vice-Pres. Amer. Society for Psychical Research; Hon. Vice-Pres. National Laboratory of Psychical Research, London—33 Rector St., New York City. U.S.A.
GORDON, James Craig. Magazine Articles: “The Mystery of the Clergyman’s Daughter,”—The Little Daisy Dryden Case — (Ghost Stories Magazine, Mar. 1927. p. 12).
GRAY, Leynord R. Psychical Researcher, Author, Laboratory Technician, c/o Occult Digest, 1904 No. Clark St., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
GRIERSON, Francis, (full name was Jesse Francis Grierson Shepard). Celebrated Musical Medium, as Jessie F. Shepard, see “Prominent Mediums Past and Present.” Author: The Valley of the Shadows; Modern Mysticism and Other Essays; La Vie et Les Hommes, (in French); Abraham Lincoln, the Practical Mystic; The Invincible Alliance and Other Essays, Political, Social and Literary. Died in Los Angeles, Calif., June, 1927. See, “The Passing of Francis Grierson,” Light, Lond. June 18, 1927, p. 294).
GRIFFEN, Alonzo M. Chief Counsel of the Bureau of Legislation and Law of “The Nat’l Spiritualist Assn.” (U. S.), Trustee of the N. S. A., Pres. Morris Pratt Institute, White Water, Wis-155 N. Clark St., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
GRIGGS, Charles Willson. Psychical Researcher-515 High St., Williamsport, Pa., U.S.A.
GRIMSHAW, Thomas. Born Darwin, Lancashire, England, Nov. 17, 1867, came to America, 1889. Trance Lecturer. Vice-Pres. Nat’l Spiritualist Assn., Supt. Bureau of Education, Nat’l Spiritualists Assn. Principal of the Morris Pratt Institute, Whitewater, Wis.-Morris Pratt Institute, Whitewater. Wis., U.S.A.
GROSS, Dr. Henry. Practicing physician. One of the most prominent personalities in phychic research In California. Address: 936 S. Alvarado Street, Los Angeles, Calif.
GRUMBINE, J. C. F., B.D. Lecturer, Author, Healer, Life Fellow of the Society of Science, Letters and Art, London, England. Pres. of “The Order of the White Rose”—317 E. 24th St., Portland. Oregon, IT. S. A. (See New Thought Section.)
GUNZOLUS, Rev. Chas. H., F.B.P.I., D.D., Ph.D., D.Sc. Mystic, Occultist. Psychic, Teacher. Writer, etc. Dean of American Occult College; Prof. in Central Scientific College; Pastor of Christian Spiritualist Church; Pres., Universal Psychic Research Soc.; Director, Gunzolus College of Music; Leader in Spiritualistic movements. Address: 515 Blake St., Indianapolis, Ind.
HAFFNER, Dr. G. C. Inventor of the “‘Wanda” tipping table — Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
HALEY, Dr. Philip S. Ph.C., D.D.A. Acting Chairman California Society Psychical Research. Address: 306 Throkmorton [sic?] Ave, Mill Valley, Calif.
HAMILTON, Cosmo. Author, Writer, Playwright. Address: 500 Madison Ave., N. Y. City.
HAMMOND, William Elliott. Spiritualist Lecturer. Address: 715 Main Street, Wheeling. W. Va.
HARE, Robert. Professor of Chemistry at William and Mary College and at the University of Pennsylvania. Author: “Spiritualism,” (with Judge J. W. Edmonds), 1854; “Spiritualism Scientifically Demonstrated,” 1856.
HARE, Prof. Robert. Author, Investigator. Prof, of Chemistry in the University of Pennsylvania. Author: “Experimental Investigation.” 1855. Deceased.
HARTMANN, William C. Practical Mystic, Lecturer, Publisher, Editor, Psychical Researcher, Organizer. Founder, “The Occult Brotherhood,” Compiler, “Who’s Who in Occult, Psychic and Spiritual Realms,” 1925; Editor, “Who’s Who in Occultism, New Thought. Psychism and Spiritualism. 1927. Foreword, in “Fundamental Facts of Spiritualism” (Holms), 1927; Author, “Legalized Murder,” (Occult Digest), Sept. 1927, p. 12. Address: Box 29, Jamaica, N. Y.
HASTINGS, George E. Contribution, reproducing “A Remarkable Dream” reported by Francis Hopkinson as the University of Pennsylvania’s “First Contribution to Spiritualism” as of May 30th, 1776. (The General Magazine, July, 1926. pp. 410-412, published by The General Alumni Society).
HAVENS, Charles F. One of the Founders of ‘The National Association of Free Psychics.” Address: 51 Genesee Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
HEAD, Frances Alethia. Writer, Lecturer. Formerly editor of a little magazine, “Alethian.” Address: P. O. Box 2455, Los Angeles, Calif.
HEGELER. Edward C. Founder and former editor, “The Monist” and “The Open Court”—Deceased.
HEISS. Friedrich. Editor, “Inspirator” 312 E. 23rd St., New York City. U.S.A.
HEISS, John. Publisher-Editor. “Immortality”-312-316 E. 23rd St., New York City, U.S.A.
HERRICK, Dell. Ex-President. Calif. State Spir. Assn. Address: 1911 7th Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
HILL, Mrs. Ethel P. Automatic writing from “C. N.”-“What Next?” Address: 817 Waterloo St., Los Angeles, Calif.
HILL, Charles S. Counsellor at Law. Psychical Investigator; member of Inner Circle, investigating “Margery” mediumship. Vice-Pres., of the Order of the Portal, (Boston). Address: Webster St., Brookline, Mass.
HOAGLAND, Rev. Myrtle I. Editor, “The inner Circle” magazine. Pastor, Occult Science of Christ Church-3916 Budlong Ave., Los Angeles, Calif, U.S.A.
HOBSON, J. C. Psychist. Address: Healdsburg, Calif.
HODGSON, Dr. Richard. A.M., LL.D. Sec. Amer. Branch of the English Society for Psychical Research, 1884-1905. Sometime Lecturer, in the University at Cambridge, U.S.A. Deceased.
HOLMES, Rev. John Haynes. Author, Psychical Researcher, Pastor of the Community Church, New York City, 34th St. and Park Ave., N. Y. City, U.S.A. Home: 26 Sidney PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. Office: 61 West 34th St., New York. N. Y.
HOLMYARD Roy. See., The Cincinnati Psychical Research Society. Address: 5 Hedgerow Lane, Clifton, Cincinnati, Ohio.
HOSTAK, F. G. President, Western Wisconsin Camp Association, 1926. Address:
Box 67, Madison, Wis, U.S.A.
HOUDINI, Harry. Magician, Psychical Investigator. b. Appleton, Wis., April 6th, 1874. Son of Rev. Dr. Mayer Samuel and Cecelia ( Steiner) Weiss. Had name changed legally to “Houdini.” in. Beatrice Wilhelmine Rahner of Brooklyn, N. Y., June 22. 1894. Was member of the Scientific American Committee for examination of mediumship. Said he had “the will to believe” but wanted evidence, and was active in discovering and prosecuting fraudulent mediums. Author: Unmasking of Robert Houdini, 1908; Miracle Mongers and Their Methods, 1920; A Magician Among the Spirits, 1924. Died after two appendix operations-one week’s illness-at Grace Hospital, October 31st, 1926, in Detroit, Mich., while on tour. See “Ghost Stories” magazine (U. S.), February, 1927, p. 28. Former Home, 278 West 113th St., New York, N. Y.
HUDNUT, Winifred. See “Rambova, Natacha.”
HUME, Mrs. E. L. (Private circles for years according to Dr. Crittenden Van Wyck.) Address: 2727 Regent Street, Berkeley, Calif.
HYDE, Sr., Chas. L. Banker, Psychic Investigator-Pierre, So. Dakota, U.S.A.
HYSLOP, James H., Ph.D., LL.D. Founder, American Institute for Scientific Research, One Time Prof. of Logic and Ethics in Columbia Univ., Sec. Amer. Society for Psychical Research and executive head, until his death in 1920. Author. ‘See Book list.
IRWIN, William G. Pres., The Nat’l Spiritual Alliance of the U. S. of America. Lake Pleasant, Mass., U.S.A.
ISAACSON, Charles D. Announcer, Station W.G.L., (Hotel Majestic, New York). Conducted Spiritualistic tests over the Radio from Station “W.G.L.” July 13th and Aug. 1st, 1927, through mediumship of Mrs. Mary Freeman; see “N. Y. Times,” Aug. 2, 1927, p. 19. Address: 127 MacDougal St., New York, N. Y.
JAMES, Prof. William. Late Professor, Psychology, Harvard University. Author: “Human Immortality” 1898; “The Principles of Psychology” 1890, 2 vols.; “Psychology, Advanced Course,” 2 vols.; “Psychology, Briefer Course,” 1892; “Talks to Teachers, on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life’s Ideals,” 1899; “Varieties of Religious Experiences”; “The One Way” (communicated through Jane Revere Burke); “Memories and Studies.”
JAMISON, Alcinous B., M.D. Physician, Author, Publisher. Psychic Investigator. (See “Book List.”) Address: 175 West 88th Street, New York, N. Y.
JENNE, Mary Drake. Public Speaker and writer, b. Elliottsville, Maine, May 23, 1864. Author: “‘What does the World Need,” (Guilford, Maine. 1910). Secretary, Maine State Spir. Ass’n. Address: Etna, Maine, 1’. S. A.
JONES, Lloyd Kenyon. Former Editor, “Communication” (Chicago) magazine, discontinued. Author: “God’s World,” “Development of Mediumship; The World Next Door; Master Key of the Scriptures.” Introduction to “How I discovered my Mediumship” (Mrs. Cecil M. Cook.) 26 Stone Street, New York, N. Y.
JOHNSON, Elmer. b. Watertown, ‘Wis., April 21, 1890. Lecturer on Spiritualism, Demonstrator of Psychic Phenomena; Investigator; Structural Engineer. Address: 1571 15th Street, Milwaukee, Wis., U.S.A.
JORDON, Prof. David Starr. b. Gainesville, N. Y., Jan. 19, 1851. President Emeritus” Leland Stanford, Jr. Univ. See, “Who’s Who in America.” Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R. Address: Stanford University, Calif., U.S.A.
KEATING, Fred. Magician. Psychic Investigator. Member, Society of American Magicians; Member, Research Committee of the American Psychical Inst. and Laboratory; had fifteen sittings with “Margery “I during “Scientific American” investigations. Is genuinely interested in psychic and spiritualistic phenomena, not with a view of “exposing” fraudulent mediumship. Acted as special observer in first spiritualistic radio test with Rev. Mary Freeman at Hotel Majestic, New York, July 13, and Aug. 1st, 1927. Wrote, “Has a Genuine Medium been found at last?” (N. Y. World Mag. Section, Aug., 1924). Address: Care of Carlton M. Hub, 41 East 42nd St., New York, N. Y.
KELLER, H. A. Editor, “Ghost Stories” magazine. Executive Secretary, for “The Unbiased Commission for Psychical Research. Address: 1926 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
KEVORKIAN, H. K. Co-Founder with Hereward Carrington, Ph.D., of The Amer. Psychical Institute and Laboratory. care of Dr. Carrington, 504 W. 111th St., New York City, U.S.A.
KING, Basil, (William Benjamin). Writer Author. 1 Berkeley Street, Cambridge, Mass.
KRAFT, Frederick, A., M.D. Physician and Surgeon. b. Vienna, Austria, January 20th, 1871. M.D. (Barnes Medical College, St. Louis, Mo.) Health Commissioner of Milwaukee, Wis., 1910-1914. President of Wisconsin State Spiritualist Association since 1921. Author: “Dorio.” A practical and timely “Expose of Spiritualism”, Nov., 1926). Address: 176-26th St., Milwaukee, Wis., U.S.A.
LAING, Andrew David Louttit. Trustee, A.S.P.R., Term exp., Jan., 1927.
LA MAR, Leona, (Mrs. Walter Shannon). Psychic. “The Girl With 1000 Eyes.” b. Rochester, N. Y. Author: “Your Mind.” Address: Liberty Road, Englewood, N. J. Fox’ City Theatre, Feb. 4, 1927. Says, Hamid Bey, buried on her lawn, Englewood, N. J., two weeks before, for 2 hours 51 minutes. 65 newspapermen present.
LAMBERT, Helen ChurchhiII. Assistant to Titus Bull, M.D. (New York). b. St. Louis, Mo. Records: “Proceedings” of A.S.P.R. 1908-9; “Experiments in Psychic Heading’ (Psychic Science, July, 1927); Translations and Reviews Journal American S.P.R. 1924-1925. Pamphlet, “Elements of Psychical Phenomena,” 1921. Address: 315 West 106th Street, New York, N. Y.
LARKIN, Edgar Lucien. Prominent Astronomer, had charge of Mount Lowe Observatory for nearly twenty-five years. Member, Los Angeles Lodge, Theosophical Society. Deeply interested in Philosophy and phenomena of spiritualism and was frequent contributor to the “Progressive Thinker”-Died, 1925.
LARSEN, Mrs. Caroline Dorothea (Jensen). Author: “My Travels in the Spirit World,” 1927. Address: Care of The Lane Press, Burlington, Vt.
LEDYARD, Mrs. Richard Fitzhugh. Psychic Investigator. Address: 12 East 31st St., New York.
LESCARBOURA, Austin C. A.I.E.E. Attended sittings of the Scientific American Psychic Investigation Committee. Address: Croton, N. Y.
LILJENCRANTS, Baron Johan, A.M., S.T.D. Author: “Spiritualism and Religion, Can You Talk to the Dead?”
LINCOLN, Abraham. b. 1809, was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre, Washington, D. C., April 14th, 1865, while in office as sixteenth President of the United States, from a pistol shot fired by John Wilkes Booth. References: Reproduction of original article in the “Mercury” of seance attended by President Lincoln at the home of Win. Laurie of Washington, (Banner of Life, September 18th, 1926.) See also, “Was Abraham Lincoln a Spiritualist” by Mrs. Nettie Colburn Maynard and “Lincoln Was a Spiritualist” by James J. Fitzgerrell. “Abraham Lincoln, the Practical Mystic” by Francis Grierson. Also, “Booth and Lincoln’s Ghost,” “The Soul of Ann Rutledge,” and “The Soul of Abe Lincoln,’ by Bernie Babcock. See affidavit of Ridgley Martin, M.D., “The Progressive Thinker” (Chicago) Nov. 13, 1926, p. 5., also “The Banner of Life” (Boston) Nov. 20, 1926, p. 1. See, “The Civil War in Song and Story, 1860-1865, by Franklin Moore, (copyrighted, 1865 and republished by P. F. Collier, in 1889, page 337) for article on “Spiritualism at the White House”—reprinted In “Reason’. Quarterly,” (Aug.Oct., 1927, p. 10.)
LISEMER. Louis. Transcendental Automatic Writer, Phychic. Publisher, “The Tri-County News.” Author: “Fate or Destiny.” Address: Grand Rapids, Ohio, U.S.A.
LOCKWOOD, Guy H. Editor-Publisher, “Art and Life” monthly. Author: “How to Live 100 Years;” “Mastership or Mediumship.” Address: Kalamazoo, Mich.
LOEBEL, Miss Louise. Sec., Wisconsin State Spiritualist Association, 1927. Address: 383 Walker Street, Fond du Lac, Wis.
LONGLEY, Mary T., M.D. Author. b. Boston, Mass., May 6, 1853. Educ. Chicago, Ill. Registered M.D., by Massachusetts State Medical Board Jan., 1895. For sixteen years, and still serving. conductor of Questions and Answers Department of “Progressive Thinker,” (Chicago). Author: “When the Morning Comes,” 1893, (Cincinnati, Ohio); “Outside The Gates,” 1888 (Boston, Mass.), “Nameless,” (Chicago, Progressive Thinker) “The Spirit World,” (Progressive Thinker) 1909. Address: 310 S. Street, N. E., Washington, D. C., U.S.A.
LOOMIS, Earnest. Author, Lecturer, Occultist-Peekskill. N. Y., U.S.A.
LYDICK, Ernest B. Husband of the former Maud Lord Drake, the famous medium. Address: Boulder Creek, Calif.
LYMAN, Dr. Chevalier Charles Burt. Kt. S. J., Kt. C. L., Ps. M., etc. Constructive Psychologist, Lecturer, Teacher, Psychical Researcher, Born Feb. 8, 1873 in Rockford, Illinois, son of Edward H., and Elizabeth Ethel Rhoades Lyman, Hon. President British Psychological Institute, (Eng.) Membre d’Honneur Societe d’Etudes Psychique du Havre (France); Membre Societe Psychique Internationale de France; Member, Academie du Proges (Paris); Member, Royal Italian Parthenopian Academy; Graduate: International Metaphysical University, Cleveland School of Suggestive Therapeutics, Chicago School of Psychology, Chicago School of Psycho-Physiology. etc,; Commander Cavalier Ordine Della Croce d’Oro di Italic, Knight Cross of Lateran, Caballero Grand Official Nobile et Antiqua Order de los Caballeros Hospitalarios de San Juan Bautista Espana, Member, Sons of the American Revolution, (Ill.) Member and director, Society War 1812 (Ill.) Knight Grand Officer of St. Sebastien of the Archers of France. Vice-Pres., Int’l Magna Charta Day Association, (Ill.) “Knight of the Order of St. Jean Baptist,” founded by “The Knights of Malta.” Address: 120 West Street, Rockford, Illinois, U.S.A.
MacDONALD, Mabel M. 75 College Street, Buffalo, N. Y. One of the Founders of “The National Association of Free Psychics.”
MANN, Mrs. Mary Ridpath. Editor: “The National Spiritualist.” Address: 765 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, Ill.
“MARGERY” (Mrs. L. R. G. Crandon). See “Prominent Mediums, Past and Present.” Address: 10 Lime St., Boston, Mass.
MARTIN, Ridgley, M.D. North Baltimore, Ohio. See his affidavit re Abraham Lincoln attending seance with him, “The Progressive Thinker,” (Chicago) Nov. 13, 1926, p. 5, also in “The Banner of Light” (Boston) Nov. 20, 1926, p. 1. Photo, 87 years young, and descriptive article in “The National Spiritualist,” April 1, 1927, p. 7. Address: Maumee, Lucas Co., Ohio.
MARVIN, Lawrence Parker. Vocational Counsellor, Magnetic Healer. b. Maple Park, Ill., March 23, 1891, 2:45 a. m. Educated in the country school, High School and State Normal School. Continued study in chemistry, medicine, theology, Occultism, Metaphysics, Astrology, History, Psychology, Iconology, Etomology. Author: “The Eternal Vision” (in preparation). Address: 602 E. College St., Sandwich, Ill., U.S.A.
MARYE, Beatrissia. Automatic and Inspirational Writer. Author: “Sachet,” 1926, “The Circle,” 1927, (both communicated). Address: 430 So. Clark Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif.
McCABE, Joseph. Author; Writer; Lecturer. b. 1867. Opposed to Spiritualism. Specializes on Historicity of Religions, Ethics and Scientific subjects. May, 1885, entered the monastery of the “Order of St. Francis of Assisi” at Killarney, Ireland. On Ash Wednesday, 1896, voluntarily left the monastery. Has been writing and lecturing as a Rationalist since that time. Now acknowledged to be the leading Rationalist of his time. Author of many books, Including, “Is Spiritualism Based on Fraud “, 1920; “Hist. of Spiritualism,” 1920. In November, 1919, debated “Spiritualism” with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (in opposition). Magazine Articles: May 1927, “The Fraud of Spiritualism” June: 1927, “The Pastimes of Spirits,” both in “Haldeman Julius Monthly.” Address: 49. Bridge Lane, Golder’s Green, N. W. 11, London.
McCOMB, Rev Samuel. Canon of the, Cathedral of Maryland. Author: “The Future Life in the Light of Modern Enquiry.” Address: Episcopal Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Mass.
McDERMOTT, Charles Henry. 1882-1926. Contributor. to The Occult Digest, (Chicago); Author: “The Outline of Psychometry.” Met his death in France by drowning.
McDOUGALL. William. Professor of Psychology in Harvard University. Member Scientific! American Psychic Committee, 1923-1924. Went to Duke University. Durham, N. C., 1927, Magazine Articles: “The Margery Mediumship,” (Boston Evening Transcript, Feb. 18, 1925, reprinted in Scientific American, May, 1925, p. 339). Address: Duke University, Durham, N. C.
McFARLIN, Idella (Miss). Secretary, California State Spiritualists’ Association. Address: 1000 West 20th Street, Los Angeles, Calif.
McIVOR-TYNDALL, Dr. Alexander J. Pastor of the First Spiritualist Church of Syracuse, N. Y., President of the New York Pastors’ Alliance and Vice-President of the General Assembly of the State of New York.
McLEOD, Wilson Stewart. Newspaper editor and spiritualist medium. b. Detroit, Mich., May 6, 1890. Editor “Argus,” Chesaning, Mich., 1906-1910; Reporter, “Courier-Herald” Saginaw, Mich., 1911-12; Publisher, “News ” Hemlock, ‘Mich., 1913-15; Assistant City Editor, “Journal,” Detroit, Mich., 1916-1917; Assistant City Editor, “Chronicle -Telegram,” Pittsburgh, Pa., 1918-19; Investigator Sociological Dept., Ford Motor Co. Highland Park, Mich., 1920; Editor, “Tribune.” Royal Oak, Mich., 1921-23; Publisher, “Republican,” Royal Oak, Mich., 1924-25; Editor “Record.” Buchanan, Mich., 1926-27. Address: 101 1/2 East Front St., Buchanan, Mich., U.S.A.
MILBURN, Lucy McDowell. Author and lecturer. b. Keokuk, Iowa, Oct. 18 1863. Daughter of General John Adair McDowell, niece of General Irwin McDowell; wife of Rev. Joseph Anthony Milburn, (1892). Author: “Lost Letters from Lesbos,” 1902. “Child of the Nations,” 1914; “In God’s Garden.” 1916; “The Classic of Spiritism,” 1922, (English ed. Kegan, Paul, American ed. Dacrow Co.) Address: 125 West 16th Street, New York, N. Y., U.S.A.
MOORE, Frederick. Publisher, Book Dealer’s’ Weekly. Address: 730 Fifth Avenue, New York City.
MUNSELL, Alice J. One of the Founders of “The National Association of Free Psychics.” Address: 186 Oxford Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
MUNN, Orsen D. Pres., Scientific American Publishing Company. Address: 24 West 40th Street, New York, N. Y.
MURCHISON, Carl. Chairman of the Department of Psychology Clark University, Worchester, Massachusetts. b. Hickory, X. C., December 3, 1887. A.B., (Wake Forest. N. C.); Ph.D. (John Hopkins). Editor of The Pedagogical Seminary and Journal of Genetic Psychology; Editor of Genetic Psychology Monographs; Editor of the Journal of General Psychology. Author of “Criminal Intelligence” Published by Clark University, 1926. Editor of “Psychologies of 1925;” Powell lectures in Psychological Theory by Madison Bentley, Knight Dunlap, Walter S. Hunter, Kurt Koffka, Wolfgang Kohler, William McDougall, Morton Prince, John B. Watson and Robert S. Woodworth, Published by Clark University, 1926. Editor of “The Case For and Against Psychical Belief,” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Oliver Lodge, Frederick Bligh Bond, L. R. G. Grandon, Mary Austin, Margaret Deland, William McDougall. Hans Driesch, Walter Franklin Prince, F. C. S. Schiller, John E. Coover, Gardner Murphy, Joseph Jastrow, and Harry Houdini. Address: Clark University. Worcester, Mass., U.S.A.
MYERS, Christopher R. Editor, the “California Spiritualist” 1296 Sunset, Los Angeles, Calif.
NEW, Ross K. Managing Editor of The occult Digest-1904 N. Clark St., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
NEWBROUGH, Mr. J. B. Inspirational writer. “Oahspe,” the Kosmon Bible, was mechanically written through his hands.
NILES, Orpha B. (Rev.) Spiritual Advisor, Pastor, Church of Spiritual Science. Address: Room 108, 213 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
NORWOOD, Dr. Robert. Rector, St. Bartholomew’s Church, New York. Psychic Investigator. Author: “The Witch of Endor” “The Modernists,” and a number of other books.
OLCOTT, Henry Steel., Born Orange, N. J. 1832. Died Feb. 17, 1907. Pres.-Founder, The Theosophical Society, Adyar, Madras, India. Journalist, Author, Lecturer. See his “People of the Other World,” (materialization) 1875.
OLDEN. Orville. “The Seer of Fast Aurora” (N. Y.), U.S.A.
OWEN. Robert Dale. Early Amer. Psychic Investigator, Author. (See book list.) Deceased.
PALMER-BLACK, Rev. Mabel. Pastor, Order of Oahspe—Esoteric Cheiromancy. Born Woburn, Mass., July 2, 1871. Educated, Business College (Barrett’s), Chicago. Established First Church Spiritual Science in Woburn, Waltham, and for some time in Leettall, Boston; last 3 years 687 Boylston St. Claims that on her Charts appear Instantly Reincarnations. Author of some pamphlets and has written a book nearly ready for publication. Contributor to “Banner of Life,” (Boston). Address: 377 A Main Street, Woburn, Mass., U.S.A.
PARKER. Fred George. Inspirational Medium, Musical Prodigy, Spiritualistic worker for 50 years; formerly of 1748 Third Ave., Oakland, Calif., died at age of 69 years, November 10, 1926.
PAWLOWSKI, F. W. Prof. of Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Author. Psychic Investigator. See “The Mediumship of Franek Kluski of Warsaw,” (J.A.S.P.R., Sept., 1925. 481-504.)
PEARSON, Virginia. Stage and Film Celebrity. Magazine Articles: “My Glimpse Into the Unknown,” (Ghost Stories Magazine, Feb., 1927, p. 24).
PECK, Rev. W. F. Spiritualist Platform Speaker. Born, Sept. 23, 1841, at Portsmouth, Ohio. Married Miss Sarah I. Robinson (first cousin to Mary F. Davis, wife of Andrew Jackson Davis) In 1862. Served as President of the Clinton Iowa Camp for nine consecutive years. For biographical sketch and photo, see “National Spiritualist, ‘ Feb. 1, 1927, p. 1.
PEEBLES, Dr. James Martin. Author Lecturer. Leader, Spiritualist Movement, U. S. Lived within a few weeks of the century mark. (See book list.) Deceased.
PETERSON, Frederick, M.D. New York. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R. Address: 20 West 50th Street, New York, N. Y.
PHIFER. Lincoln. Writer, Author, Psychical Researcher. Address: 921 Orville Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
PIPER, Mrs. Leonora E. See “Prominent Mediums.”
POOR, Mrs. Katharine Hillwood. Conducts, Life Study Club. Contributor to psychical research literature. Writes “The Message” in form of letters on phychic subjects. Address: 5219 La Rods, Ave., Eagle Rock City, Los Angeles, Calif.
PORTER, Rudolph Roland. Publisher, Teacher and Investigator. Born in Trinidad. South America. Founder and director of “The Dharana Society” (New York); for several years conducted private psychic investigations amongst psychical East Indians and the natives of South America, French and British West Indies. Author of a “Private Course on Personal Influence,” Dec., 1925. Editor, “Dharana Magazine.” Address: 222 West 546th St., New York, N. Y.
PRATT, C. C. Baraboo, Wis., U.S.A. Second Vice-President, Western Wisconsin Camp Assn., 1926.
PRINCE, Morton. Prof. of Diseases of the Nervous System, Tufts College Medical School. Physician. b. Boston Mass., Dec. 21, 1854. A.B., Harvard Univ:, 1875; M.D., 1879; LL.D., Tufts College (Mass.), 1910. Editor, Journal Abnormal Psychology since 1906. Author: “The Dissociation of a Personality,” 1906, (the Beauchamp case), and various other books and monographs on medical, philosophical and psychological subjects. Address: 458 Beacon St. Office: 54 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass.
PRINCE, Walter Franklin, Ph.D. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R. Asst. Editor and Principal Research Officer, A.S.P.R., until March 1, 1925. Research Officer, The Boston Society for Psychical Research; Chairman, Scientific American Psychic Committee, 1923 and 1924. Author: “The Psychic in the House,” 1926; “The Case of Patience Worth,” 1927. Magazine Articles: “The Psychic Detective,” (Scientific American, July, 1922, p. 6). On “Margery” Case, Scientific American Committee (Scientific American, Feb., 1925, p. 140). Address* 346 Beacon St., Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
PUTNAM, Miss Irene. One of the “Founders” of the A.S.P.R.
QUACKENBOS. John Duncan. A.B., A.M., M.D. Physician. b. New York, April 22, 1848. Lecturer on scientific subjects. Fellow, N. Y. Academy of Medicine. Member, Society for Psychical Research, London. Author: “Body and Spirit,” 1916, and many books on scientific subjects. Home: 823 West End Ave., New York. Summer, Soo-Nipi Park, Lake Sunapee, N. H.
RAFFERTY, Fred. Automatic writing. Author, “Spirit World and Spirit Life,” and “Life Here and Hereafter,” (with Charlotte E. Dresser.) 117 East 10th Street, Santa Ana, Calif.
RAMBOVA, Natacha. (Winifred Hudnut). Stage celebrity. Psychic Student. One time wife of Rudolph Valentino, deceased Motion Picture Star. Author: “Rudy — An Intimate Portrait,” (Doubleday Page). Reference to, (Long Beach Press-Telegram, (Cal.) Nov., 1926). Magazine Articles on “Rudy as I Knew Him,” (New York Evening Graphic, March 14 to April 12, 1927). Address: 9 West Slat Street, New York, N. Y.
RANDALL, Edward Caleb. Lawyer, author, psychic investigator. b. Ripley, N. Y., July 19, 1860. Pres., Niagara Terminal Corpn., American Super-Power Corpn., Super-Power Syndicate, South Buffalo Gas Corp., So. Buffalo Terminal Corpn., Director of various corporations. Bad sittings with Mrs. Emily French, direct voice medium for twenty years, for which she would accept no compensation. Author: Life’s Progression, 1901; Future of Man, 1908; The Dead Have Never Died, 1916; Frontiers of the After Life, 1922; The Living Dead and the Direct Voice, (running serially in The Harbinger of Light beginning Aug. 1st, 1926 and ending Feb., 1927, and The Banner of Life, 1926-1927.) Magazine Articles: “The Attitude of Science” (Light) Oct. 2. 1926, p. 464. Home: 27 Tudor Place; Office, Iroquois Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.
RANDOLPH, Harriette Taylor. See “New Thought” Section.
RANDOLPH, Dr. Wallace Teasdale. See “New Thought” Section.
RANSOM, Elmer P. Original Lecturer for the Fox Sisters.
RAY, Cecelia. Corr. See., Western Wisconsin Camp Ass’n, 1926. Wonewoc. Wis., U.S.A.
REESE, Prof. Bert. Psychic, Deceased. References: “Superman or Clever Trickster—Which?” by Samri Frickell. (Ghost Stories Mag. July. 1926, p. 26). Former address: 230 West 99th Street, New York, N. Y.
REESE, Mrs. Bert. Widow of famous psychic, Prof. Bert Reese. Address: 230 West 99th Street, New York, N. Y.
REESE, Prof. D. D. Lecturer on Occult Subjects. Received papers from California State Spiritualists Ass’n. Address: 3420 Pomona Street, Los Angeles, Calif.
RHINE, Dr. J. B., and wife, also a Ph.D of West Virginia University. Exposure (?) of “Margery,” (Boston Herald, Feb., 7th, 1927, also, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Feb., 1927). For comments on, see Banner of Life, Feb. 19, 1927, p. 1.
RICHARDSON, Mark W. Physician. Born, Fitchburg, Mass., Dec. 27, 1867. A. B. (Harvard, 1889); M.D. (Harvard, 1894). Author of special Investigations on typhoid fever and infantile paralysis. Magazine Article on “Margery” Mediumship (Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1923-1927). Address: 100 Milk St., Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
RICHARDSON. Seymour J. Lily DaIe, N. Y. Former editor. “Psychic Truth” (discontinued). One of the Founders of “The National Association of Free Psychics.”
RICHMOND. Cora L. V. 1840-1923. SpirItualist Medium-Leader, Organizer and Founder, The Church of the Soul. Chicago, May 1st, 1896. b. 1840 near Cuba, AIlegany County. N. Y. Father, David W.
Scott, mathematician. Mother. Lodensy Butterfield. had psychic gift. See H. D. Barrett’s Life and Work of Cora. L. V. Richmond, Chicago. 1895.
RICHTER, Elmer G., Rev. Lecturer and teacher. b. Milbank. So. Dakota. Dec. 13. 1896. “Reverend” (National Spiritualists’ Association of the U.S.A., Washington, D. C.). ‘Has been Ft student of Occult Science, Philosophy. New Thought, Spiritualism and kindred sciences for the past twenty-five years. Lectures. teaches gives psychic readings and heals the sick: Address: 729 Willow St., Walla., Wash., V. S. A.
RIDDLE, Mrs. Theodate Pope. One of the “Founders” of the A.S.P.R. Address: Hill Stead, Farmington, Conn.
RIEMVIS, Louise. Medium, psychic. b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 10, 1893. Sensitive to spiritual vibrations since childhood but did not understand her spiritual gift until after 20 years of age. Has always seen visions and heard voices, Author of many Inspirational poems and articles in “Progressive Thinker” poem “The Call to Arms,” Dec., 1926; “The Universal Law,” Nov. 20, 1926; poem, “World Peace,” Mar. 19, 1927. Magazine Articles: “The Master Light” (Feb. 1927, “Immortality” p. 19); “A Message from the Higher Realm,” (Jan., 1927, “Immortality,” p. 18); “A Message from the Higher Realms,” (Nov., 1926, “Immortality,” p. 27). Address’ 4701 6th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. U.S.A.
RINEHART. Mary Roberts. Author, Pleywright. b. Pittsburgh. Pa., m. Stanley Marshall Rinehart, a physician of Pittsburgh. Author of many books of fiction. Magazine articles and a number of plays. Magazine Articles: “Adventures into the Unknown,” in “Cosmopolitan” magazine (U. S.) April, 1924, p. 20, and May, 1924, p. 60. Address: 2419 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D. C.
RINEHART, Stanley Marshall. M.D. Address: 2419 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D. C.
ROBINSON, Miss A. M., Writer. Author, Spiritualism. Former Editor. “Advanced Thought and Divine Science Magazine.” Address: Box 422, Valhalla, N. Y.
ROWIN, Dewey. First Vice-Pres., Western Wisconsin Camp Ass’n, 1926. Wonewoc, Wis. U.S.A.
RUBINI the Great. Psychic. See. “What is the Secret of Rubini the Great?” by Samri Frikell, (Ghost Stories Mag., Oct., 1926. p. 22).
RUSSELL. Rev. Robert W. Minister, First Ass’n of Spiritualists-1301 No. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.
SARGENT, Epes. Editor, “Cyclopedia of British and American Poetry,” (Harper) 1880. Psychical Student, and Investigator. Died, about 1880.
SAVAGE, Rev. Minot J., D.D. (Harvard). Unitarian Minister. Pres., A.S.P.R., 1921. Author: Can Telepathy Explain; Life Beyond, Psychics: Facts and Theories., etc.
SAWTELLE, Mary Berkeley. Artist. Psychic Drawings-Dahlia Cottage, Albemarle Park. Asheville, N. C., U.S.A.
SCOTT, T. A. Editor, “The Banner of Life,” Boston. Spiritualist Lecturer—P. O. Box 2883, Boston. Mass., U.S.A.
SEARS, F. W., M.P. See “New Thought” Section.
SEARS-HILL, Rev. Izetta B. Spiritual Evangelist, Healer and Lecturer. Address: 10 Isabella, Street, Boston, 11, Mass.
SHUDDEMAGEN, C. Co-editor, “Reincarnation” Magazine; Co-leader, Karma and Reincarnation Legion (Chicago) — 7243 Coles Ave., Chicago, hi., U.S.A.
SOULE. Mrs. Minnie Meserve. Secretary. Psychic Research Club. See “Prominent Mediums, Past and Present.” Address: 9 Leamington Rd., Brighton, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
STAFFORD, Dr. Frank W., M.D. Psychic Investigator. Address: 918-14 American State Bank Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
STAHNKE, A. F. Trustee, Western Wisconsin Camp Ass’n, 1926. Wonewoc, Wis., U.S.A.
STEVENS, Cassius L. Spiritualist Worker for 85 years. Elected Trustee, N.S.A., 1900, and annually until 1907, when he became Treasurer until his transition, April 30, 1925, at a hospital in Pittsburgh. Pa.
STEVENS, Dr. Ernest J. See “Occult” Section.
STILLWELL. Arthur E. Former President, Kansas City Southern and of the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railroad. Psychic Investigator—305 West End Avenue, New York City, U.S.A. Office; 730 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y.
STIVERS, Fred E. President, California State Spiritualists’ Association, 1927. Address: Room 409, 742 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal.
STRACK, H. P. Secretary, “National Spiritualist Association, U.S.A.” Pastor, Unity Spiritualist Church (Washington, D. C.)—600 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E., Washington, D. C., U.S.A.
STUART-WADE, Dr. Chas. H. Psychic, (non-professional). Former M.P. during Gladstone’s tenure. Professor of public speaking in London University; adopted as Medicine Man by B. C. tribe of Indians. Has in trance, dictated several rare books on the history of the lost continents, as well as spiritual lessons. Address: 219 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
STUBBS, Ulysses. Carpenter. b. Desoto, Johnson Co., Kansas, Jan. 9th, 1865. Author: “Ramayana The Story of the Creation and the spirit world” (was written under the inspiration of Ramayana an Egyptian Priest. who lived four thousand years ago. Published by the author, 1926. Address: 1231 Lombard, Everett, Washington, U.S.A.
SUPLER, Dr. Albert J. Spiritual Healer. b. at Ryerson Sta., Pa. Graduate, Amer. College of Mechano -Therapy, (Chicago), Weltmer Institute (Nevada, Mo.); Oklahoma Chiropractic Inst. (Okla. City); The Healing Inst., (Okla. City); Psychic Therapy and Magnetic Masseur, since 1910; Secretary, Oklahoma State Spir. Ass’n, 1927. Address: 1321/2 W. 2nd Street, Oklahoma City. Okla.
TALLMADGE, Nathaniel P. Former United State Senator and Governor of Wisconsin. His psychic experiences were embodied in “Spiritualism,” (by Judge J. W. Edmonds and Prof. Robert Hare) 1854.
TAPPAN, Cora L. V. Author: “Discourses through Mediumship,” 1875.
TAYLOR, Ada White. Advanced Thought, Occult, Psychic Student. Author, “The Mystic Spell”. Address: 189 North Marengo Ave., The Brookmore Hotel, Pasadena, Calif., U.S.A.
THOMAS, Franklin A. Author, Lecturer, Teacher. Healer and Masseur. b. Spring field, Ill., May 17th, 1867. American College of Science, Philadelphia, Pa.; The Northwestern College of Psycho-Therapy, Minneapolis, Minn.; The Central University of Magnetic Healing, Chicago, Ill.; Chicago School of Massage and Therapeutic Gymnastics, Chicago, Ill.; College of Higher Science, Chicago, Ill. Thirty years’ experience as a Medium, Clairvoyant, Organizer, Missionary, Lecturer, Teacher and Healer. Author: “Soul Science, the Proof of Life after Death,” 1920; “How to Hold Circles for Development of Mediumship at Home,” 1916, 1920; “How to Develop Psychic Power;” “Philosophy and Phenomena of Spiritualism,” 1922; “How to Become a Genius,” 1922; “The True Resurrection,” 1923; “In The Beginning,” 1925; “Tobacco,” 1925; “Soul Science Song Sheets and Creed,” 1920. Address: 34 Wescott Street, Malden, Mass., U.S.A.
THOMPSON, Hayward. “The man who sees through his skin.” Manager, W. H. Watson. See “Rays from the Rose Cross,” April, 1927, p. 167.
THOMSON, William Hanna, M.D., LL.D. Consulting physician to the Roosevelt Hospital, (New York), to the New York State Manhattan Hospitals for the Insane; Formerly Professor of the practice of Medicine and of diseases of the nervous system, New York University Medical College; Ex-President of the New York Academy of Medicine. Author: “Brain and Personality,” “What is Physical Life,” “Life, Death and Immortality.”
THURSTON, Howard. Magician. Psychic Investigator. b. Columbus, Ohio, July 20, 1869; Member of The Unbiased Commission for Psychic Research. Address: 231 West 45th Street, New York, N. Y.
THWAITES. Col. Norman G. Magazine Articles: “My Seance with Margery, the medium” (Ghost Stories Mag., (N. Y.), May, 1927, p. 28).
TICKNOR, John W. Phychic. Reference to, “Our Second American Adventure,” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, pp. 21-27. Office: 17 East 49th Street; Home: “The Biltmore,” New York, N. Y.
TUBBY, Gertrude O. B.S. New York. Former Secretary, A.S.P.R. Lecturer, Psychic Investigator. Address: 25 East 30th St., New York, N. Y.
TUTTLE, Hudson., b. 1836, Berlin, Ohio. Investigator of Ouija Board, through specifications given by spirit intelligences.
VALENTINO, Rudolph. Famous Motion Picture Star. See “Prominent Mediums.” Author: “Day Dreams,” (Communications).
VALIENTINE. George. Demonstrator In the Scientific Laws of Immortality. Physical Psychic. Direct Voice—623 Fifth Ave., Williamsport, Pa., U.S.A. See “Prominent Mediums.”
VAN HOOK, Weller. Lecturer. Publisher. “World Wide Buddhism,” Chicago. Leader. Buddhism in America. Leader, “Karma and Reincarnation Legion.” Editor, “Reincarnation” Magazine —7243 Coles Ave., Chicago, Ill.
VAN WYCK, Dr. Crittenden. Psychic Investigator. Member, Executive Committee of Former California Society for Psychic Research. On Board of Lecturers, for the University Union International, Washington, D. C. Formerly Major, U. S. Dental Reserve Corps-Route 1. Box 598, 1234 Woods Ave., Hayward, Calif., U.S.A.
VOGEL, Rosebud. 309 9th Street, Niagara Falls N. Y. One of the Founders of “The National Association of Free Psychics.”
VLASEK, Rev. Mary C. First Vice-Pres., California State Spiritualists’ Assn., 1927. Address: 121 E. 30th St., Los Angeles, Calif.
VLEREBOME, A. Author: “The Life of James Riley: Commonly called “Farmer Riley,” 1911. Address: Marcellus, Mich.
WADE, Jos. M. Dorchester, Mass. Received through medium, “Posthumous Memoirs of Helen Petrova, Blavatsky, (Banner of Life, Dec. 11, 1926, to be con tinned).
WARD, Richard, D.D., Ph.D. Pastor-in-Chief Pristine Christian Spiritual Church, Editor “The Pristine Christian” (A monthly devoted to Basic Christianity-Christian Mysticism, Psychic Phenomena). V. Brooklyn, N. Y. Feb. 12,1890. D.D., Ph.D., (New York — Philadelphia). Began teaching Basic Christianity and Mysticism at age of 14; lecturing at 16; formed School of Spiritual Truths, 1910, N. Y. C., First to lecture via Radio thru Garvey’s Station. Bronx, N. Y. ‘Started First Radio Church. Author: “Man Triumphant or The Mastery of Fate” a lecture having a world wide circulation. Other lectures too numerous to mention. Many poems and songs, which have appeared in different publications. Magazine articles: under various pen names. Address: 3224 Frankfort Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa, U.S.A.
WARMAN. Edward A., A.M. Lecturer, Author. b. Scotts Mountain, N. J., April 29, 1847. Author: “Psychic Science Made Plain,” 2 vols., also “Psychology, Personal Magnetism; Telepathy; Hypnotism; Suggestion; Spiritism; Clairvoyance and Hindu Philosophy, all of 1910. Address: 2446 Winslow Drive, Los Angeles. Calif.
WARNE, George B. Former President, National Spiritualist Association of U. S. Editor in Chief, “The National Spiritualist,” monthly magazine. Officially connected with organized Spiritualism since 1898, when he became President of the Illinois State Assn., and served In that capacity until 1907. In 1903 was elected Trustee and Vice-President of the N. S. A., and in 1907 succeeded to the Presidency of the N. S. A. upon the retiring of Harrison D, Barrett, the first head of that body. Has lectured on Spiritualism throughout the country, has attended one International Congress in London, England, and was also President of the corporation which manages the Morris Pratt Institute at Whitewater, ‘Wis.-Died February, 1925.
WEBSTER, Stephen. One of the Founders of “The National Association of Free Psychics.” 294 Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
WHITE, Stewart Edward. Novelist. b. Grand Rapids, Mich., 1873. Author: “The Westerners,” “Claim Jumpers,” “The Blazed Trail,” and more than twenty other books: contributor of short stories and special articles. See account of personal psychic experiences, “Mysteries I Cannot Explain” (American Magazine, July, 1926, p. 24). Address: Burlingame, Calif., U. S. A.
WHITING, Lilian. Author, Christian Mystic, Spiritual Student. b. Niagara Falls, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1859. Has written many books on transcendental subjects, see “Book List.” Spiritualistic books, “The Spiritual Significance,” 1900; “The Adventure Beautiful,” 1917; “They Who Understand,” 1919. Address: The Brunswick, Boston, Mass., and Hotel Florence, Florence, Italy.
WHITWELL, Joseph P. President, National Spiritualist Association of the U.S.A Elected President of the St. Paul Spiritual Alliance, now functioning as First Spiritual Church of St. Paul, in 1898. Elected President of the State Spiritualists’ Association of Minnesota in 1911. Elected Trustee of the N.S.A. at 19th Annual Convention in 1911. Elected Vice-President of the N.S.A. at the 20th Annual Convention in 1912. Elected President of the N.S.A. by the Board of Trustees January 25th to fill an unexpired term of Dr. George B. Warne. Address: 17 E. Third St., St. Paul, Minn., U.S.A.
WHYMANT, Dr. Neville. (Listed under “England”).
WICKLAND, Carl August. Physician, Psychiatrist. b. Leiden, Sweden, Feb. 14, 1861. M.D. (Dunham Medical College, Chicago, Ill., 1900); Member Chicago Medical Society, Illinois State Medical Society. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Geographical Society. Medical Advisor, “National Psychological Institute” (Los Angeles). Followed psychical research over 30 years. especially as same relates to the abnormal phase of the subject, that is, Interference by discarnated spirits as exciting causes in many phases of mental aberrations. Author: “Thirty Years Among the Dead.” Address: 6027 Hayes Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.
WILCOX, Ella Wheeler, Author, Poet, Writor, Spiritualist. Author: “The Heart of the New Thought,” “The Worlds and I.” Translator from the French, of “Life and Destiny” (Leon Denis).
WILSON, Dr. A. M. Physician, Magician; Owner and editor of the “Sphinx” monthly magazine for conjurers. Psychical investigator. Investigation of “Rubini the Great.” see Ghost Stories Oct. 1926. p. 92. Address: Waldheim Bldg., Kansas city, Mo.
WITT, Dr, Arthur George, Physician, Psychic Scientist. b. Milwaukee, Wis., 1900. Interested for the past seven years in scientific evaluation of psychic phenomena At present engaged in research work on the human “aura.” Address: 1174 26th Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., U.S.A.
WOODWORTH, Mrs. Bessie. Medium. b. in Crawfordsville, Ind. Reared in the Presbyterian Church. Organized three spiritualistic churches-the Psychic Science. Church of Crawfordsville, Indiana; the Psychic Science Church of Indianapolis Ind.; and the Psychic Science Church of Chicago, of which she is the Assistant Pastor. Address: 4340 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, III.
WORCESTER, Dr. Elwood. D.D., Ph.D Pupil of Wundt and Fechner. Author Minister, Emmanuel Church. Boston. Director of the Emmanuel Psychotherapeutic Clinic, Boston. Address: 15 Newberry St. Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
WORMINGTON, Alma L. b. Missouri. Dec. 14. 1881, Spirit Photographer. Author “The Soul of a ‘Young Girl.” (Spiritual Novel). 1921. Magazine Articles: “Spirit Photos furnished free to all Readers,” (Adv. Thought and Divine Science, Mag. Vol. IV, ‘No. 38, p. 5). Address: Care L. C. Bennett, Hensonville, N. Y.
WEYANT, Dr. Helen. Spiritualist, Healer Author: “Spirit Messages,” “Letters from Spirit People to Earth Friend,;,” Address 342 Irving Street, Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.
WRIEDT, Etta. Independent Voice Medium. See “Prominent Mediums, Past and Present.” Home: 2108 Baldwin Ave], Detroit Mich.
YARYAN, Horner T. Inventor. See Vol. IX (1916-1917) “Who’s Who in America.” See “Psychic Science” (London) October, 1926 pp. 177-189. re J. B. Jonson materialization seances. “An Interesting America Visitor,” by Leslie Curnow (“Light,” London, Sept. 25, 1926, p. 452.)
ZANCIG. Julius (The Zancigs). Mind Readers, Vocational Advisers and Psychic Interpreters. Address: 292G Ocean Front, Ocean Park, Calif, U.S.A.
NOEL, General and Mme. Villa Carmen, Rue Darwin, at Mustapha, Algiers. Materialization seances held at their residence, in company with Prof. Charles Richet, Gabriel Delanne, and others, fully described in Dr. Joire’s “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” pp. 500-525.
WATSON, Albert Durrant, M.D., F.R.A.S.C. b. Jan. 8, 1859. Died, May 3rd, 1926. Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and President of the Association for Psychical Research of Canada. His best work was in his Poetry. Author: The Twentieth Plane, 1919; Birth Through Death, the subject matter of both books having been received through the mediumship of Louis Benjamin.
ENGLAND, WALES, SCOTLAND.
ANDERSON, George. President, Glasgow Association of Spiritualists. Address: 26 Holland St., Glasgow, Scotland.
ARCHER, William. London, Famous Dramatic Critic. See, “Light,” 3/14/25, first page.
ARMSTRONG, Henry Edward. Ph.D., LL.D., D.Sc., F.R.S. Wrote Postscript to Edward Clodd’s book, “The Question.”
BACON, Sir Francis. (1561-1626) Philosopher. References: Communication from, (B.J.P.R., Nov.-Dec., 1926, pp. 111-121).
BACON, F. W. Hon. Sec., British Medium’s Union. Address: Hildersheim. Villa, Dewsnap Lane, Dukinfield, Eng.
BALFOUR, Rt. Hon. Arthur James. London, England. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R. b. Scotland, July 25, 1848. K. G., 1922; P. G., F.R.S., O. M., 1916; Chancellor of Edinburgh and Cambridge Universities. Publications: “A Defense of Philosophic Doubt,” 1879; “The Foundations of Belief,” 1895; “Reflections Suggested by the New Theory of Matter.” 1904; “Theism Humanism, (Gifford Lectures) 1914, 1915; “Theism and Thought,” 1923. Address: 4 Carlton Gardens, S. W. 1.
BALFOUR, Rt. Hon. Gerald W. Woking, England. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R.
BALLARD, Dr. F., D.D., M.A., B.Sc. President, Sheffield Society for Psychical Research (England).
BARLOW, Fred. Hon. Secretary of the Society for the Study of Supernormal Pictures. See “Psychic Phenomena are Real,” A reply to Mr. Nell Maskelyne (London Magazine, pp. 449-454). Address: “Bryntirien,” Springfield Rd., Moseley, Birmingham, Eng.
BARRETT, Sir William F. b. 1844. Died May 26, 1925. Son of the Rev. W. G. Barrett. Born in Jamaica, 1844. Educated at the Old Trafford Grammar School, Manchester. At an early age became assistant to Tyndall. 1873 Professor of Experimental Physics at the Royal College of Science, Dublin. Held this post for nearly forty years. Elected to Royal Societies of London, Dublin and Edinburgh. Knighted in 1912. In 1916 married Dr. Florence Willey, the distinguished Gynecologist and Obstetrician. History of Psychical Research dates from 1876. He, with Myers. Gurney, Sidgwick and others founded Society for Psychical Research. Was ex-president of that Society and edited its Journal from 1884-1899. Wrote prefaces to Miss Dallas’ “Mors Janua Vitae,” Beckles Willson’s “Occultism and Common Sense,” Father Hole’s “Love and Death,” C. C. Massey’s “Thoughts of a Modern Mystic;” 14. S. Redgrove’s “The Magic of Experience;’ and Hester Travers Smith’s “Psychic Messages from Oscar Wilde.” See Book List.
BAYLEY, R. Child. See “Fake Spirit Photographs” (London Magazine, 1910).
BERRY, George F. General Secretary, Spiritualists’ Union (France); President, International Spiritualists’ Federation (Paris) Broadway Chambers, 162, London Rd., Manchester, England.
BERRY, Col. R. G. President and Joint Secretary, Society for Psychical Research (Ireland). Hon. Corr. Member, N.L.P.R., London.
BESTERMAN, Theodore. Author, Leader, Theosophical Youth Movement. Contributor, leading Occult and Theosophical magazines—2 Upper Woburn Pl., London, W. C. 1, England.
BLACKWELL, H. Vice-President, Society for the Study of Supernormal Pictures (England)—43 Brownswood Rd., Finsbury Park, N. 4, England.
BAGGALLY, W. W. Member of the Council of the S.P.R. Author: “Telepathy: Genuine and Fraudulent,” 1917.
BLACKWELL, H. For many years associated with psychic photography; contributor to various psychic journals.
BLATCHFORD, Robert. Former editor of the “Clarion;” b. 1851. Joined Dublin Fusiliers; left in 1878 with the rank of sergeant. Long career In journalism, author of numerous publications on psychic and general subjects including “Merrie England” “Tales for the Marines,” “As I Lay a-Thinking,” and “More Things in Heaven and Earth.” Convinced believer in spirit return.
BOLTON, Gambler. F.R.G.S., F.Z.S. President, Psychological Society (Engl.) Author, Investigator, Late, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; public lecturer and writer on Natural History. Author of numerous publications including “Psychic Force,” and “Ghosts in Solid Form,” Enthusiastic amateur photographer, particularly of animals. Travelled extensively; accompanied the Duke of Newcastle on his tour around the world, 1893-4. Member Royal Southampton Yacht Club.
BOND, F. Bligh. Former Editor, “Psychic Science” Magazine. Author: The Hill of Vision, 1919; The Glastonbury Scripts; The Company of Avalon; The Gates of Remembrance; The Gospel of Philip, 1925. Lectured in America, 1926-27. Address: c/o Psychic College, 59 Holland Park London. W. 11.
BOND, W. Cotesworth, J.P. Gave the opening lecture at The British College, London, Sept. 29, 1925.
BOUSFIELD, W. R. K.C., F.R.G.S. b. 1854. educ. Bedford Modern School and Caius College, Cambridge. Obtained numerous important scholarships. Profound explorer into psychic research. Author In collaboration with Paul Bousfield. M.R.C. S., of “The Mind and Its Mechanism.” References: “Light” London, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 472.
BRADBROOK, William Robert. b. Ipswich, England, Dec. 16, 1841. English correspondent in large Engineering Works 14 years. Director of Electrical Supply Company for 14 years, 1913-27. English correspondent for South African Press 1900-1910. Held cadet Captaincy as Physical Training officer during the War period, Author: “Heaven’s Fairyland-The Children’s Sphere,” 1925. in collaboration with Miss E. F. Woodley; “The Life Beyond—What is it?”. (1927); (Psychic propaganda leaflet); “The Vale of the Comrades” and “Harps of Gold—Music of the Spheres,” now in preparation for press. Frequent contributor to “Light”; “Two World’s,” and “Spiritual Truth.” Is the recorder of the “Woodley-Bradbrook” Communications. Hon. See., Ipswich Psychic Society. Address: 36 Broom Hill Road, Ipswich, England.
BRADLEY, H. Dennis. Author, Investigator, Lecturer. Books, “Towards the Stars;” “The Wisdom of the Gods.” Address: Dorincourt, Kingston Vale, S. W. 15.
BRITTAIN, F. Principal, “Psychosensic Training center” (England). Manufacturer of the “Mediumette.” Address: 28 St. Stephen’s Rd., London W. 2. England.
BRYCE, Viscount James. Hon. Follow, A S.P.R.—Forest Row, England.
BUSH, Richard Arthur. Author and Lecturer. b. London, June 12th, 1862. Fellow of the Chemical Society. educ. at private school. Thanet College Margate; then in Brussels and Germany; became partner In the firm of W. I. Bush & Co., Manufacturing Chemists of Hackney, London and retired early in life to devote his time to occult research and various religions and philanthropic occupation. Author: “Whence Have I Come?”: “The Larger SpiritualIsm.” “Uncle Sick’s Stories.” etc. President of the Wimbledon Spiritualist Church and President of Psycho-Therapeutic Society of London. Address: The Red House, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, London, S. W. 19, England.
BUSSY, E. J. Advertising Manager, “Light.” Address: 34 Paternoster Row, London. E. C., England.
CARNELL, Capt. A.A. Hon. Treasurer, London Spiritualist Alliance, Ltd. Address: 16 Queensberry Place, So. Kensington, S. W. 7. London, England.
CHARMAN, Tom. Nature-lover, Lecturer. “See. “Fairies I have seen,” (International Psychic Gazette, Dec., 1926, p. 39. Acquired some reputation by reason of his investigation Into the subject of fairies.
CLODD. Edward. Author: “The Question ” 1918. Address: Stafford House, Aldeburgh. Suffolk.
COATES, James. F.A.S. Member of the Society for the Study of Supernormal Photography. Author: “Photographing the Invisible;” “Human Magnetism;” “Seeing the Invisible;” “Self-Reliance;” “Psychical Phenomena;” “Is Modern Spiritualism. based on Facts or Fancy?”; “The Practical Hypnotist;” “How to Read Faces;” “How to Read Heads.” Address: Ellerslie, Bridge of Weir. Scotland.
COLLINS, Mabel (Mrs. Keningale Cook). Author: “Light on the Path” and other books; see Book List. Conducts Postal Lending Library with C. M. Metcalfe at 21 Montpellier Walk. Address: Cintra Lawn, Gloucester Road, Cheltenham.
COLVILLE, W. J. Deceased. Well-known trance speaker, author of several books. b. England, 1860. Mediumship declared itself in early childhood. Autobiography in “Universal, Spiritualism,” Fenno & Go., N. Y., 1906.
COX, Seargent (Edward Wm.) Member, Investigating Committee of the Dialectical Society. Author: “The Mechanism of Man.” References: “Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism,” (William Crookes, ‘Two Worlds’ ed. pp. 25-26, 84, 113).
CRAWFORD, W. J. Deceased. Doctor of Science, Lecturer on Mechanical EngineerIng at Queen’s University, Belfast. Author: Experiments in Psychical Science; Some Practical Hints for Those Investigating the Phenomena of Spiritualism; The Psychic Structures of the Goligher Circle; The Reality of Psychic Phenomena; Hints and Observations. According to a Bangor paper, where the inquest was held, the verdict was “Suicide;” Dr. Crawford having, presumably, poisoned himself on July 30th, 1920.
CRAZE, George. President of the Marylebone Spiritualist Association, 1926.
CROOKS, Miss Margaret. M.A. Scientist. Member of The National Laboratory of Psychical Research (London); contributor to the British Journal of Psychical Research.
CROOKES. Sir William, F.R.S. Scientist, Author, Psychical Researcher; Professor of Chemistry, Past President, Institute of Electrical Engineers; President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1898: Proprietor and Editor of the Chemical News; Editor, The Quarterly Journal of Science-Died April 4, 1919. Author: Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism, 1874.
CURNOW, Leslie, B. A. England; b. New South Wales, Australia; B. A., Sydney University; Journalist on the Staff of the Sydney Morning Herald. Came to London in 1913 in connection with the London Times. Member Society for Psychical Research; Late Assistant Editor of “Light”; Writer, Lecturer, Author. Author: “The Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism;” Introduction to “The Progression of Marmaduke.” Magazine Articles: “Spirits in the Flesh,” (Psychic Science, Jan., 1927, p. 268). See “Light” Dec. 18, 1926, p. 602; Dec. 25, 1926, p. 609; Jan. 1st, 1927, p. 9. Died, Dec. 11, 1926.
DALLAS, Miss H. A. Investigator. Psychic, Author. See Book List. See, “The Body of Christ” (Light, August, 1914). Address: Innisfail, Crawley, Sussex, England.
DE BRATH, Stanley. M. Inst. C.E. b. Oct. 10th, 1854, Sydenham. England. educ. Royal Engineering College. Entered Indian Government Service 1877; Assistant Secretary to Gov’t 1891. Retired 1894; Editor “Psychic Science” 1926. Author: “Mysteries of Life” (Geo. Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1915); “Psychic Philosophy” 3rd Ed. (Spir’t Nat’l Union, Huddersfield, 1921); “Psychical Research, Science and Religion” (Methuen, 1925). Magazine Articles in “Light” “The Two Worlds,” “Psychic Science,” etc. Translator, “Supernormal Faculties In Man” (Eugene Osty); “Phenomena of Materialization” (Schrenck-Notzing) and “Clairvoyance and Materialization” (Dr. Gustave Geley). Address: 13 High Park Gardens, Kew, nr. Richmond, Surrey, England.
DIE CRESPIGNY, Mrs. Philip Champion. Psychical Investigator. Author: “The Dark Sea,” 1927, (a psychic novel). Writings: Preface to “The Progression of Marmaduke” 2nd vol.) Magazine Articles: Seances with Mrs. Wriedt, (Progressive Thinker, Mar. 6, 1926, p. 1.) “A Seance with Mr. Harold Evans,” (Light, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 477). Address: Artillery Mansions, Westminster, London.
DE MORGAN, Prof. Augustus. Deceased. Great Mathematician; collaborated with his wife in an important volume, “Fro in Matter to Spirit.” although the name of the author was not stated in the book.
DEE, Dr. John. 1527-1608. Elizabethan Mystic and Astrologer. Psychical and Spiritualistic Investigator. See “Dr. John Dee,” by G. M. Hort. Author: “A True and Faithful Relation of what passed for many years between Dr. John Dee and some spirits; as also the letters of sundry great men and Princes to the said Dr, Dee.” London: T. Garthwait, 1659. A well preserved copy of this volume from the Isaac Myer collection is to be found at the New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, New York City, as also in the London Museum. Another copy is in possession of Air. Charles S. Hill of Boston, Mass.
DENTON, William. Professor of Geology. Author, “Nature’s Secrets, or Psychometric Researchers” London, 1863; “The Soul of Things.”
DINGWALL, Eric J. Research Officer of the Society for Psychic Research, London, England. 31 Tavistock Sq., London, W: C. 1.
DODD, Douglas. Sec., Wimbledon Spiritualist Mission. Address: 9a Kingston Rd., Wimbledon, London, England.
DOWDEN, Mrs. See “Smith, Hester Travers” in “Prominent Mediums,” section.
DOYLE. Sir Arthur Conan. b. Edinburgh. Creator of “Sherlock Holmes.” Author, (See Book List). Lecturer. Investigator, Organizer; Honorary President of Executive Committee, “International Spiritualist Federation; Vice-President, Society for the Study of Supernormal Pictures; Trustee, Spiritual Community Service London, President, Advisory Council, The British College of Psychic Science; Patron, Spiritualist Union of South Africa; Proprietor, Psychic Book Shop, London; President, London Spiritualist Alliance, Ltd. 15 Buckingham Palace Mansions, S. W. 1, London, England.
DUNCAN, The Rev. V. G., B.Litt., L.Th. Rector, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Edinburgh, Scotland. Writer, “The Direct Voice;” See, “The Christian Spiritualist”, Aug. 11. 1926, p. 14.
ELLIOTT, Miss E. Vice-President. “The British Spiritualists’ Lyceum Union”—40A Spring Vale, Middleton, near Manchester, England.
FARADAY, Michael. 1791-1867. English Chemist, Physicist, discoverer, magneto-electricity, magnetization of light, etc. Communication” from, “The Evolution of the Universe, or Creation According to Science.”
FEILDING. Hon. Everard. London, England. Hon. Fellow A.S.P.R. Member of the Society for Psychical Research, (British).
FIELDING-OULD, Robert. M.D., M.R.C.P., M.A. Physician, Psychical Researcher. Attached to Mount Vernon Hospital for Diseases of the Chest; Consulting Physician to Ministry of Pensions. Vice-President, National Medical Union. Member of Council, National Laboratory of Psychical Research. Address: 9 William Street, I Lowndes Square, S. W. 1.
FINDLAY, J. Arthur. J.P., O.B.E., V. P., Glasgow Society for Psychical Research. Member. of Council, N.L.P.R., London.
FORBES, Joan Rosita. Explorer. Lecturer, Author, Psychic Investigator. b. Jan 16, 1893. Member, “Sunday Chronicle” investigating committee, 1926. See “Rosita Forbes” and the “Sunday Chronicle” Enquiry.” (Internat’l Psychic Gazette, Feb., 1927, p. 73). Address: 28 Wilton Place, S.W. 1, London.
GLADSTONE, Hon. W. E. (One time Prime Minister, England.) Said: “Psychical Research is by far the most important work that is being done in the world.”
GOW, David. Editor, “Light,” weekly journal. 56, Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London, S. W. 7.
GOW, Nell. Writer, Investigator. 16 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London, S. W. 7.
GREY, of Fallodon. The Rt. Hon. The Viscountess. Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Hon. Vice-President, National Laboratory of Psychical Research, (London). Author: Shepherd’s Crowns, 1923, and other books. Address: Mulberry House, 31 Smith Sq., S. W. 1. London.
HALL, Sir Edward Marshall. K.C. Presided at farewell meeting of Dr. R. J. Tillyard, at “N.L.P.R.”, Sept. 28, 1926. References: “Light,” London, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 472.
HARDWICK, Lt.-Col. W. W. Honorary Secretary, National Laboratory of Psychical Research, and member of the Council. Address: 16 Queensberry Pl., So. Kensington, S. W. 7.
HARRISON, F. Treas., Wimbledon Spiritualist Mission. Address: 8 Raymond Road, Wimbledon, London, England.
HAWKEN, F. W. Hon. See Psychical Research Institute (London)—4 Tavistock Sq., W. C. 1, London. England.
HENSLOW, Rev. Prof. George. Scholar and Medallist of Christ’s College, Cambridge. Clergyman of the Church of England. Celebrated authority on Botany. Author of “Proofs of the Truths of Spiritualism”, “The Religion of the Spirit World” and coauthor of “Spirit Psychometry.” Died at his residence, Branksome Wood Road, near Bournemouth, England, December 30th, 1925, at the age of 92.
HESLOP, F. (See, Park, Mrs. Fanny H.)
HILL. J. Arthur. Psychic Investigator, Author-Claremont, Thornton, Bradford, England.
HITCHCOCK, J. Manager, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Psychic Book-Shop. Abbey House, Victoria Street, London, S. W.
HOLMS, A. Campbell. Scotsman. Naval Architect. Psychic Investigator. Author: “Practical Shipbuilding,” (now in Fifth Edition). The Facts of Psychic Science and Philosophy, 1925, (A Reference work, par excellence). The Fundamental Facts of Spiritualism, 1927. Home: 33, Colville Square, W. 11, London, England.
HOOPER, D’Aute. See “Prominent Mediums,” Section.
HUNT, H. Ernest. Lecturer; Author: “The Hidden Self and Its Mental Processes.”
HUXLEY, Aldous Leonard. B.A. Novelist. Psychic Investigator. b. July 26, 1894.
Member, “Sunday Chronicle” investigating committee, 1926. Address: Athenaeum Club, London.
HUXLEY, Julian Sorell. M. A. Professor Zoology, at King’s College, London. b. June 22, 1887. Member “Sunday Chronicle” investigating committee, 1926. Address: Athenaeum Club London.
JAMES, W. President. ‘British Mediums’ Union. Address: Hildersheim Villa, Dewsnap Lane, Dukinfleld, England.
JESSE, Miss P. Tennyson. Playwright and novelist. Psychical Investigator. Member “Sunday Chronicle” Investigating Committee, 1926. Address: 8 Adelphi Terrace, W. C. 2, London.
KAYE. Lucie (Miss). Secretary, National Laboratory of Psychical Research. Address: 16. Queensberry Place, South Kensington, S. W. 7, London, England.
KEELING, Ernest A. Vice-President, Spiritualists’ National Union.
KILNER, Dr. W. J. Investigator of the health aura of the body with the “Kilner Slides. Author, see “Book List,”
KING, Katie. Spirit name for Annie Owen de Morgan, In seances with Florence Cook, medium. Final materialization, May 21st, 1874, “not to appear again on this earth.” See “There is No Death” by Florence Marryat, and “Researches in’ the Phenomena of Spiritualism” by William Crookes.
KNOTT. Geo. Fredk. Diploma. S.N.U., Gen. See., British Spiritualists Lyceum Union. Editor. “The Lyceum Banner” magazine-39 Regent St., Rochdale, Lancs., England.
LANE, Sir William Arbuthnot. Surgeon. Psychic Investigator. b. July 4, 1856, at Fort George. N. B. Member, “Sunday Chronicle” investigating committee, 1926. Address: 21 Cavendish Square, W. 1. London.
LEAF, Horace. F.R.G.S. Author, Lecturer, Medium. Author: What is This Spiritualism, 1919; Under the Southern Cross, 1923; The Psychology and Development of Mediumship, 1926. Address: 41 Westbourne Gardens, Bayswater. London, W. O. 2.
LEANING, F(rances) E(dith) (Mrs.) Wife of Sidney Leaning, F.S.l., M.R. San.I., etc. b. Yorkshire, Feb. 24. 1871. educ. Cambridge Higher Local 1897 and married 1899. Only daughter of W. H. Dalton, F.G.S., F.C.S., Geological adviser to Sir Boverton Redwood. and of the family of Canon Dalton of Windsor, former tutor to King George V, and father of Hugh Dalton, M.P., etc. Author of An Introductory Study of Hypnagogic Phenomena, In Proc., S.P.R., Pt. 94 (1925). Editor of British Journal of Psychical Research from No. 4. (1926). Author of over 200 magazine articles In “Llght” (London) etc. Member of Society of Authors; National Book Council; Parents’ National Educational Union; S.P.R., Nat. Laboratory of Psychical Research; London Spiritual Alliance, etc. Address: 16 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, S. W. 7, London.
LEE. Rev. F. G., D.D. Former Vicar of All Saints, Lamberth (England). Investigator, Author (see book list).
LEWIS, John. Founder and Editor of The International Psychic Gazette. b. Selkirk, Scotland, June 23, 1861. Was educated at Edinburgh ‘University; awarded Class Honors In Greek by Professor A. Campbell Fraser, and in Political Economy by Professor J. Shield Nicholson, (highly distinguished men in their day). Edited the Southern Reporter, Scotland, from 1986 to 1995; then carried on business In London until he felt the call to Spiritualistic journalism. Address: 69 High Holborn, W. C. 1, London.
LODGE, Sir Oliver J., F.R.S., D.,Sc. (Lond.), LL.D. Born June 12. 1851. Author, Lecturer on Spiritualism, Pres. Society for Psychic Research, Birmingham, England. Author: See “Book List.”
LOW, Prof. A. M. Scientist, Inventor. Psychical Researcher. Member, “Sunday Chronicle” investigating committee, 1926. London.
LUBBOCK, Sir John. First President of the Dialectical Society of London, founded, 1867.
MACK, G. A. Pres. “The British Spiritualists Lyceum Union”—”The Orchid,” Norman Ad., Runcorn, England.
MACKENZIE, Sir James. M.D., F.R.S., F.B.C.P. Psychic Investigator. Deceased.
MARRYAT, Miss Florence. (Mrs. Ross-Church-Lean), (1837-1899). Daughter of Capt. Marryat, Novelist. Writer, Actress, Psychic student. Married Colonel Lean June, 1879. Author: “There is no Death;’ “Spirit World;” “The Life and Letters of Captain Marryat.”
McCREADY, Sarah Wallace. Platform speaker and medium, formerly associated with the Marylebone Spiritualists Ass’n, passed away at her residence, Bloomfield Road, Maida Vale, London, Thursday, April 21st, 1927. at the age of seventy-five years, (“Light” Apr. 30, 1927, p. 213).
McINDOE, Mr. J. B. Secretary, Glasgow Association of Spiritualists. Address: 26 Holland St., Glasgow, Scotland.
McKENZIE, Mrs. Barbara. Hon. Sec., The British College of Psychic Science (London)-59 Holland Park, W. 11, London, England.
McKENZIE, J. Hewat. Hon. Principal the British College of Psychlcal Science-59 Holland Park, W. 11, London, England.
MEAD, G. R. S. M.A. Editor of The Quest Quarterly Review and of the Quest Series; b. 1863; s. of late Colonel Robert Mead, H. M. Ordnance; in. 1899, Laura Mary (d. 1924), d. of Frederick Cooper, C.B., I.C.S. Educ. King’s School, Rochester; St. John’s College, Cambridge. Publications: Simon Magus, 1892; Orpheus. 1896; The Upanishads, 1896; Fragments of a Faith Forgotten, 1900; Apollonius of Tyana, 1901; The Gospels and the Gospel, 1902, The Jewish Jesus Stories, 1903; Thrice Greatest Hermes, (3 vols.) 1906; Echos from the Gnos (11 vols.) 1907; The World Mystery. 1908; Some Mystical Adventures, 1910; Quests, Old and New, 1913; The Subtle Body, 1919; Pistis Sophie, 1921; The Gnostic John the Baptizer. 1924; The Sacred Dance in Christendom, 1926. Address: 27 Clareville Grove, London, S. W. 7. England.
METCALFE, Harvey. Author, Lecturer and Psychic. Author, “The Evolution of Spiritualism.” Address: 136 Wood St., Kettering, England.
MITCHELL, W. G. Vice-Pres., Society for the Study of Supernormal Pictures (England)-Darlington, England.
MONIER-WILLIAMS, Dr., M.S. Honorary Member, Societe Lorraine de Psychologie Appliquee, London, England.
MOSES, William Stainton. Clergyman, Author, Lecturer, Medium. b. Donnington, In Lincolnshire, November 5th, 1839. Father, William Moses. Head Master of Grammar School. Mother, was daughter of Thomas Stainton, of Alford, Lincolnshire. ed. at 16, Grammar School at Bedford; at 19, Exeter College, Oxford. Took his degree at 23. Accepted curacy at Maughold. near Ramsey, Isle of Man. In 1868 accepted curacy of St. George’s Douglas, Isle of Man. At close of 1870 or beginning of 1871 obtained appointment of English Master In University College School, until 1889. In 1873 assisted in establishing the British National Association of Spiritualists; was one of the original members of the Council of the Psychological Society of Great Britian, inauguarated in April, 1875. In 1882 was actively interested in forming the Society for Psychical Research, In 1884 he established “The London Spiritualist Alliance,” became its first President, and filled that post up to the time of his death. Died September 5th, 1892. See “Biography of W. Stainton Moses,” In “Spirit Teachings,” Tenth Edition, 1924. Author: “Psychography,” “Spirit Identity,” “Higher Aspects of Spiritualism.” “Personal Reminiscenses of Epes Sargent,” “Spiritualism at the Church Congress,” etc. See, “Prominent Mediums, Past and Present” section.
MUNDY, A. E., M.A.M.E.E. Hon. Consulting Chemist and Member of Council. Nat’l Laboratory of Psychical Research, London.
MURRAY, Gilbert. LL.D., Litt.D. (Oxford). b. 1866. Investigator. Address: Yatscombe, Boar’s Hill, Oxford.
MYERS. Frederic W. H. b. at Keswick in Cumberland February 6th, 1843; died at Rome, January 17th, 1901 in his fifty-eighth year, Father was the Rev. Frederic Myers, perpetuate curate of St. John’s, Keswick; mother was d. of John Marshall of Hallsteads, M.P., in 1832 for county of Yorkshire. 1856, entered Cheltenham College; 1860, elected first minor scholar, Trinity College, Cambridge; 1865, Fellow of Trinity. October, 1865, appointed classical lecturer, Trinity College, Cambridge, holding office four years; in 1872, placed on permanent staff of school Inspectors, holding Post within a few weeks of death. March 13, 1880, married Eveleen, youngest daughter of Charles Tennant of Cadoxton Lodge, Neath. Made his home in Cambridge. Pres. London Society for Psychical Research. Author: “Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death” posthumously published, 1903. See also, “Phantasms of the Living,” two volumes, the joint work of Myers, Podmore and Gurney.
OATEN, Ernest W. Editor. “The Two Worlds” magazine. For six years, President of the “Spiritualists’ National Union,” and now the Secretary of Its Trust Property Committee. 18 Corporation Street, Manchester, England.
OWEN, Rev. G. Vale. Author. (See “Book List”). Lecturer, Leader, Spiritual Community Services, London — Lincoln Lea, Tubbenden-Lane, Farnborough, Kent, England.
OWEN, Miss Louise. England. Late See., Lord Northcliffe, Lecturer.
OWEN, R. A. President, Spiritualists’ National Union.
PARK, Mrs. Fanny H. pseud. “P. Heslop.” b. 1852. Correspondent, “Light,” and “Int’l. Psychic Gazette” (London). Author: “Speaking Across the Border Line,” 1912; “Further Messages Across the Border Line,” 1921. Address: 28, Pembridge Sq., W. 2.
PATRICK, C. Vincent. Writer. “Spirit Photographs” (Psychical Research Quarterly, April, 1921, pp. 313-355).
PETERS, Major C. Hon. Treas., Nat’l Laboratory of Psychical Research, London. Address: 16, Queensberry Place, South Kensington, S. W. 7, London, England.
PHILLIMORE, Miss Mercy. Secretary, London Spiritualist Alliance, Ltd. Hon. Liaison Secretary. National Laboratory of Psychical Research, London. Address: 16 Queensberry Pl. So. Kensington, S.W. 7.
PHILLIPS, Rev. Aleander Forbes. Vicar of Gorleston (England). Author, Investigator.
PICKEN, W. Buist. Writer, see “The Life and Works of Andrew Jackson Davis” (Light, commencing July 31, 1926, p. 350.)
PIDDINGTON, J. G. Woking, England. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R.
POTTER, Rev. J. W. Editor, “The Christian Spiritualist” Weekly Paper. Leader of “The Counsellor Circle.” Hon. See. and Organizing President of The Society of Communion. Minister of St. Luke’s Church of the Spiritual Evangel of Jesus the Christ. President of the Federation of Church es of The Spiritual Evangel of Jesus the Christ. Author: “The Counsellor Circle,” 1926. Address: 34, Lancaster Road, South Norwood, London.
POWELL, Ellis. Died, June 1st, 1922.
POWELL, Evan. See “Prominent Mediums” etc.
PRICE, Harry. Director, National Laboratory of Psychical Research (London) — which he founded in 1925; Foreign Research Officer, Am. S.P.R. educ. at Shrewsbury. School, For biographical data, see Journal of the A.S.P.R., August 1925, p. 417. Author: “Cold Light on Spiritualistic Phenomena,” 1922; “Revelations of a Spirit Medium,” 1922; “Stella C.”, 1925; “Experiences Scientifiques avec un Nouveau Medium,” (Paris, 1926); etc., “Report on Telekinetic Phenomena of Elonore Zugun,” 1927, etc. Contributor to American and British S.P.R. “Journals”; “Psyche;” “British Journal of Psychical Research,” “Light,” and many other psychic and magical magazines. Address: 16, Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London, S. W. 7.
PURDOM, Robert. Passed on to the higher life, April 28th, 1927. at his residence, Blinkbonny, Sutton Coldfield. Warwickshire. See, “The Passing of a Warwickshire Philanthropist” (Int’l Psychic Gazette, July, 1927, p. 149).
RAUPERT, J. Godfrey. K.S.G. For years a member of The Society for Phychical Research (London). Books: Modern Spiritism, 1912; The Dangers of Modern Spiritism. 1914; Spiritistic Phenomena and their Interpretation; Christ and the Powers of Darkness; The New Black Magic.
ROBINSON, Dr. Mansfield. Psychic Investigator, Laboratory, off Bishopsgate, London.
ROBSON, Rosetta Almaide. Artist. b. Bristol, England, September 10th, 1980. Grandchild of the famous English actor, Frederick Robson, 1820-1864. Interested In various forms of Art and Literature, and had written a little-songs. etc. In July, 1914 went to do War Work at Ministry of Pension’s, remaining there until March, 1922. Attracted to the subject of psychic research as far back as 1897. Became interested in the Idea of mechanical aid to mediumship, and brought out the device called “Responda” in 1925. Address: 21 Fairfax Road, Chiswich, London, W. 4, England.
ROSS-CHURCH, Mrs. See Marryat, Florence.
SALTER, Mrs. W. H. Editor, “Journal of the Society for Psychical Research” (London) and Tress. of the Society—31 Tavistock Sq., London, England.
SANDS, The Lord, K.C., LL.D. Hon. Pres., Nat’l Laboratory of Psychical Research (London). Address: 3, Herlot Row, Edinburgh, Scotland.
SAUNDERS, R. H. Writer. Contributor to “Light,” International Psychic Gazette,” and other periodicals. Address: Surbiton, England.
SCATCHERD, Miss Felicia R. London, Editress, “Asiatic Review.” Member of the Council of the East India Assoc’n; Member of the Sociological Society; of the British Association and of the Society for Psychical Research, an active worker in the House and City Planning and Garden City movements; friend and colleague of some of the most distinguished religious, scientific and political leaders of the age. Died at the age of about 64, March 12, 1927. See “Felicia Scatcherd and Her Work,” also “Funeral of Miss Felicia Scatcherd,” (“Light,” March 26, 1927, pp. 150 and 152).
SCHILLER, Dr. F. C. S. Oxford, England. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R.
SCOTT, Mrs. C. A. Dawson. Writer. Has written many successful Novels, Founder of the P.E.N. Club. Author: “From Four Who are Dead.” Has developed personal psychic powers. For personal experience, see “Light,” June 4, 1927, p. 268. Address: 125, Alexandra Rd., N.W. 8, London.
SHAKESPEARE, William. (1564-1616). Poet; dramatist. See, “My Proof of Immortality,” and “Shakespeare’s Revelations.” References: Communication from, (B.J.P.R. Nov.-Dec., 1926, pp. 111-121).
SHIRLEY, Ralph. Formerly Editor, “The Occult Review,” London. b. 1865. Author: Occultists and Mystics of All Ages, 1920. Address: 23, Conan Mansions, West Kensington.
SIDGWICK, Mrs. Henry. Psychical Researcher. Address: London-Wocking, England.
SIDGWICK, Reginald M. Contributor, “Occult Review.” Address: Melrose, Keymer, Hassocks, Sussex, England.
SIMS, George R. Writer, Psychical Researcher. See, reference to, (Int’l Psychic Gazette, March, 1927, p. 91). Died, Sept. 4, 1922.
SMITH, Hester Travers, (Mrs. Dowden). See Section on “Prominent Mediums,” etc. Address: 15 Cheyne Gardens, Chelsea, S. W., London.
SMITH, W. Whateley. Writer, Reviewer. Author, Foundations of Spiritualism, etc. Mag. Articles: “Spirit Photographs (Psychical Research Quarterly, April, 1921, pp. 313-355).
SPARE, A. C. Inspirational Painter. Paintings shown at Spring exhibit at St. George’s Gallery, Hanover Square, London. For reproductions see “The American Weekly,” (N. Y. American) May 8, 1927.
STANLEY, Henry M. Explorer. For personal visions taken from his book, “How I Became an Explorer,” see “I.P.G.” Jan., 1927, p. 60.
STAPLES, Mrs. Irene E. Toye Warner. Psychic Investigator. Fellow, Royal Astronomical Society, Societe Astro de France, and British Astronomical Association. Has contributed articles to “Occult Review,” “Light,” “Two Worlds,” etc. Shortgrove House, Worrall Rd., Clifton, Bristol, England.
STEAD, Miss Estelle W. Late Editor ‘of “The Review of, Reviews.” Daughter of W. T. Stead, Psychic Investigator; Honorable Secretary, the “W. T. Stead” Borderland Library. Author: “Faces of the Living Dead;” Foreword, to “The Progression of Marmaduke,” etc. 5 Smith Square, Westminster, S. W. 1, London, England.
STEAD, William Thomas. (1348-1912.) Author: Real Ghost Stories; Communication with the Next World; After Death or Letters from Julia, (communicated); The Blue Island, (communicated). See “The Life of E. Stead” by Frederic Whyte, “My Father” by Estelle W. Stead.
STOBART, Mrs. St. Clair. Author: “The Dean’s Dilemma,” (Spiritualistic Play).
STRUTTEN, Harry J. Editor, “The Occult Review.” Pasternoster House, London, I,. C. 4.
STURGESS, E. M. Demonstrator of the Human Wireless Ray, and Inventor of Volometers-86 Murray Rd., S. Ealing, London, W. 5, England.
SUSAN, Countess of Malmesbury. Interested in psychic research; Eon. Vice-President. National Laboratory of Psychical Research, (London).
SWAFFER, Hannen. Writing for “Sunday Express,” London. Former Editor, “The People.” Psychic Investigator, Author—Rm. 17, Empire House, 175 Piccadilly, W. London, England. See “An Appreciation of Hannen Swaffer,” by Nellie Tom-Gallon. (“Light,” London, May 1, 1926, p. 208).
TATE, Phyllis Madeline. Clairvoyante, Psychometrist, Graphologist, b. Sheffield Tuesday, 11:30-12:00 A. M., Feb. 5th, 1895 “Fellow of the British Mental College ‘ London, (conferred 1923. “Crystal reading.”) Address: 170 South Street, Park, Sheffield, England.
THOMAS, Rev. Charles Drayton. English Weslean Minister. Author: “Some New Evidence for Human Survival,” 1924.
TITTERINGTON, George W. Member, Chiswick Spiritualist Church Council. Periodicals: “A Stringent Test Seance with Harold Evans,” (I.P.G., Dec., 1926, p. 41.)
TROUBRIDGE, Lady Una V. England. Psychic Investigator.
TWEEDALE, Rev. Charles L. F.R.A.S. Vicar of Weston Otley, Yorks, England. Author, Investigator of Spiritualism. Author of “Man’s Survival After Death.”
TWEEDALE, Mrs. Violet. Novelist, Psychic Researcher. Authorship covers twenty-eight books. Author: “Ghosts I have Seen,” “Phantoms of the Dawn,” “Mellow Sheaves,’ 1927. ‘Address: Villa Languard, Torquay, England.
TYLAR, William. 294 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth. Author: “The Spirit of Irene.”
URQUART, A. L. M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., O.B.E. Member of Council, National Laboratory of Psychical Research, London.
VARLEY, Cromwell. F.R.S. Electrical Engineer for the Atlantic Cable Company. Certification to Florence Cook mediumship, under electrical control, “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Paul Joire), pp. 476-477.
VINCENT, Lady Kitty. England. Psychic Investigator.
VINTON, Warren Jay. Associate Editor “Psyche,” London. Magazine Articles: “The Famous Schneider Mediumship,” ‘Psyche’ (Lond.) April, 1927, pp. 3-46). Address: 16a John Street, Edelphi, London, England.
WALKER, Miss May C. General European Correspondent, N.L.P.R. (London). Reports: re Mrs. Sinclair, medium, B.J.P.R., vol. 1. No., 4. pp. 126-128. References: B.J.P.R., vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 131-132. Address: 16 Queensberry Place, So. Kensington, S. W. 7, London.
WALLACE, Abraham. M.D. Fellow of the Society of Psychical Research, London; formerly member of its Council. Member of the London Spiritualist Alliance and formerly a member of its Council. A student of Rosicrucian Order and of a Hermetic Society. A Fellow of the Theosophical Society, London; a member of Scientific group of investigators. Contributor to “Light” and International Gazette, etc. President of Society for the Study of ‘Supernormal Pictures (Psychic Photography), England. Address: Wendela, Harrow-on-the-Hill, England.
WALBROOK, Miss Lilian. Author: “The Case of Lester Coltman.” Address: 24 Carlton Vale, Maida Vale, N. W., London.
WALLACE, Prof. Alfred Russell. LL.D. D.C.L., F.R.S. Scientist, Naturalist, Author, Psychic Investigator. Author: “Alan’s Place in the Universe;” “Miracles and Modern Spiritualism,” 1875; “Defense of Modern Spiritualism.”
WALLIS, Edward Walter. Medium, Speaker, Author, Editor. b. Teddington, Middlesex, England, 1855. Developed mediumship in 1872. Associate editor, “The Two Worlds,’ ‘Nov., 1887; Editor, 1892-99. Held office as President of Spiritualists National Union; associate Editor. “Light,” 1899; later became Editor in Chief until his transition. Wrote many magazine articles and was active as Lecturer and Editor to within two days of his passing, and was loved and mourned by many spiritualists. Author: “A Guide to Mediumship; “Spiritualism in the Bible;” “Spiritualism Explained,” etc., and a number of pamphlets. Passed to Spirit Life, January 11th, 1914. See Adit in “Life”, (London) Jan. 24th, 1914.
WALLIS, Minnie Harriet. Inspirational Speaker and Clairvoyant. b. London, England, Oct., 1854. Medium-Speaker, since 1874. Celebrated Fifty years of Mediumship in Oct., 1922, and Fifty years of Public Work as Inspirational Speaker and Clairvoyant in Nov., 1924. Was active on Committees for many years. Founder of O.P.S.—Sick Benefit and Pension Fund in 1894. Handed over the Fund in 1898 to the Spiritualists National Union, which became known thereafter as “The Fund of Benevolence.” Author, In collaboration with her husband, E. W. Wallis, of “A Guide to Mediumship”, “Spiritualism in the Bible”, also author of “As They Came Thro,” a booklet of verse, published, 1926. Mrs. Wallis retired from public work on completion of fifty years service In 1924. See “Prominent Mediums.” Address: 83 Stanhope Ave., Finchley, London, England.
WARRICK, F. W. Contributor to “Zeitschrift fur Parapsychologie.” Address: City Road, N. Nile St., 6; London, England.
WHYMANT, Dr. Neville. Formerly Sir John Francis Davis’ Chinese Scholar, Oxford; Sometime Assistant in Chinese and Japanese in the University of Oxford; Sometime Lecturer in Chinese and Japanese in the University of London; Professor of Oriental Classics and Mythology In Tokyo Universities, Japan; Member of the Royal Asiatic Society; Member of the Polynesian Society; and sometime Member of Council, Asiatic Society of Japan. Author of: Chinese Coolie Songs; Colloquial Chinese; The Psychology of the Chinese Coolie; Ancient Oriental Poetry; The Oceanic Theory of the Origin of the Japanese Language and People. Dr. Whymant’s latest work to “A Mongolian Grammar,” the first ever published in the English language. He has also contributed many articles on Anthropology and Ethnology to the Journals of Learned Societies. He is, moreover, a contributor to the “Nation and Atheneum,” “Spectator,” “Saturday Review,” “Times Literary Supplement” and “London Mercury.” Address: c/o Feakin’s Lecture Bureau, Times Bldg., New York, N. Y.
WILBERFORCE, Archdeacon. References to “They Who Understand” (Whiting), p. 145.
WILLIAMS, C. J. Treasurer, “The British Spiritualists’ Lyceum Union”—58 Boston Ave., Southbend-on-Sea, England.
WILSON, C. J. Dublin, Ireland. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R.
WILSON, J. C. X-ray expert. Psychic investigator. Member, “Sunday Chronicle” investigating committee, 1926.
WILSON, James. Superintendent of the Eastern Cemetery in the Easter Road, Edinburgh. Spiritualist. See “Kathleen,” p. 83.
WOOD, Charles William. Teacher, musical and psychic subjects. Born Manchester, 1886. Member of The British College of Psychic Science, London, also of The Society for the study of Supernormal Pictures. Conductor of Psychic Correspondence Study Group. Address: Lyndale, 31 Berwick Rd., Blackpool, England.
WOOLEY, V. J. Research Officer, Society for Psychical Research (London)—31 Taxistock Sq., W. C. 1, London, England.
WRIGHT, Dudley. Author: “Epworth Phenomena—John Wesley;” “Vampires and Vampirism,” 1924. Translator, from the French of Dr. Paul Joires’ “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena,” 1916; also, “Psychic Science” by Emile Boirac, 1918. Address: Beaumont Buildings, Oxford; Blewbury, Didcot.
WRIGHT, T. H. Treasurer, Spiritualists’ National Union.
WYNN, Walter. Pastor, Chesham United Free Church (England). Author, Spiritualistic Investigator. Contributor to “Christian Spiritualist.” See Book list. Address: Mortimer House, Eskdale Ave., Chesham, Bucks, England.
BEAUNIS, Prof. H. Le Cannet. France. Hon. Fellow. A.S.P.R.
BINET, Professor Alfred. In charge of laboratory of Experimental Psychology at the Sarbonne.
BOIRAC, Emile. Late Rector of the Academy of Dijon. Author, “Psychic Science.” References to, in “Supernormal Faculties in Man,” (Osty).
BORDERIEUX, Madame Carita. Directrice. “Psychica” Magazine. Address: 23 Rue Lacroix, Paris, XVII, France.
CAHAGNET, Alphonse. French Spiritualistic investigator.
CHEVREUIL, H. President. Union Spirite Francaise, (Paris). Address: 8 rue Copernic, Paris. (16e).
CHEVREUIL, L. Author, Investigator; Former Vice-President, Union Spirits Francaise, Care of 8 Rue Copernic, Paris. France.
DARGET, Commandant of Tours. Psychical Experimenter. In photography, etc. “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Joire), pp. 374-379; 890-381.
DARIEX, Dr. Doctor of Medicine. Founder of the “Annales des Sciences Psychiques,” Investigated and certified to Palladino mediumship.
DE GRAMMONT, Count Arnaud. Doctor of Science. Psychical Investigator. Investigated, and certified to Paladino mediumship in September, 1895.
DE SAINT-MARTIN. Louis Claude. (The Unknown Philosopher.) See “The Life of Louis Claude de Saint-Martin” by Arthur Edward Waite.
DELANNE, M. Gabriel. Deceased. Former President, Union Spirite Francaise, (Paris).
DENIS, Leon. Author, Investigator, Honorary President, Union Spirite Francaise. Died, April 4, 1927.
DIE ROCHAS, Colonel (A. or Ed.?) Administrator of Poletechnic School. Author: L’Exteriorisation de la Sensibilite (Paris, 1895). For many accounts of the Colonel’s Psychical experiments, see “Annales des Sciences psychiques.” Investigated and certified to Eusapia Paladino mediumship at the country home of Dr. Paul Joire, at I’Agnelas, near Voiron (Isere.)
DE VESME, M. Cesar Bandi Ritter. Paris, France. Hon. Fellow, A.S.P.R.
DE WATTEVILLE, Baron. Graduate of Science and Law. Psychical Investigator. Investigated and certified to Paladino mediumship.
DURVILLE, Henri. Paris. Founder, International Psychical Society; Editor, Journal Du Magnetisme, et du Psychisme Experimental. Address: 23, Rue Saint Merri, Paris, IV.
FLAMMARION. Camille. Born Feb. 25, 1842, died June 4. 1925. Astronomer, Philosopher, Psychical Researcher, Author. Outstanding books, “Death and Its Mystery” in three volumes, Le., “Before Death,” “At the Moment of Death,” and “After Death” (1921-1923). (-See book list) —Juvisy, France.
FLAMMARION, Madame Gabrielle Camille. Widow of the renowned astronomer and apostle of Spiritualism, Camille Flammarion. See, “The Return of Abbe Deroulede,” (Internat’l Psychic Gazette) London, Dec., 1926, p. 34.
FORTHUNY, M. Pascal. 8, rue Copernic, Paris (XVIe). Member. Legion d’Honneur. Editor, “La Revue Spirite.”
GALLOY, M. Lucien. Engineer. Brotherin-law of Dr. Eugene Osty, Psychometrical experiment with Mme. Morel, “Supernormal Faculties In Man” (Osty) pp. 34-38, 106-108.
GASTIN, Louis. Pres. “Societe Francaise d’Etudes Psycho-Physiques” (Paris). Editor-in-Chief, “La Science de I’Ame” (Paris) 25 rue des Apennins, Paris, XVIIe, France.
GELEY, Dr. Gustav. Born 1868 at Monceaules-Mines (Saone et Loire, France). Tragic death by crash of the aeroplane while traveling from Warsaw to Paris, July 15, 1924. Active metaphysical studies began at Geneva with Profs. Flournoy and Lemaitre. Director International Institute of Metapsychical Research (Paris, Psychical Research Society there). Established “Review Metapsychique,” by-monthly. First published work, Les Prevues du Transformisme 1919, published, De L’Inconscient au Conscient, translated as “From the Unconscious to the Conscious,” 1920 (Stanley De Brath). Undertook directorship of “The Institut Metaphychique International,” Paris, France. Deceased.
GRASSET, Prof. J. Montpelier, France. Hon. Fellow A.S.P.R.
HYVER, Madam. See “Prominent Mediums, Past and Present” section.
JACOLLIOTT, Louis. Chief Justice of Chandenagur (French Past Indies). Author: “Occult Science In India and among the Ancients.” Some psychic experiences with a Fakir, referred to in “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Joire) pp. 79-84.
JOIRE, Dr. Paul. Professor at The Psycho-Physiological Institute of France; President of the Societe Universelle d’Etudes Psychiques. Author: “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena.”, 1916.
JOUNET, M. Albert. Psychical Experimenter, in Psychic Photograthy, etc. “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena,” (Joire) pp. 272-373; 380.
KARDEC, Allan. Author, Psychic Investigator. Founder of “La. Revue Spirite,” Paris, in 1858. Died, 1859.
LALABRUGE, Aldin. Pres., Spiritist Club of Paris.
LEULIETTE, V. Corresponding Member of the Societe Universelle d’Etudes Psychiques.
LECLAINCHE, Prof. Member, Institute of France; Inspector Gen’l, Chief of Sanitary Service to the Minister of Agriculture, Vice-Pres., Institute Metapsychique, International (Paris).
MAXWELL, Dr. Joseph. Doctor of Law, Doctor of Medicine, Deputy Attorney-General at the Court of Appeals, Bordeaux, Author, Investigator. Investigated and certified to Paladino mediumship.
MEYER, Jean. Director, “La Revue Spirite” (Paris); Founder, Institute Metapsychique International (Paris). Vice-Pres., International Spiritualists’ Federation (Paris), Vice-Pres., Union Spirite Francaise (Paris)—8 Rue Copernic, Paris, XVIe, France.
MIRAULT, M. Louis. Manager of the estates of Baron Jaubert, living in the Chateau de Givry. near Cours-les-Barres (Cher), appealed to Dr. Osty, and through neck wrapper taken from wardrobe of missing old man, discovered body through metagnomic faculties of Mme, Morel. “Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Osty) pp. 105-109. See also, pp. 81, 96.
OSTY, Dr. Eugene. Neurologist Director. Institute Metapsychique (Paris). Hon. Vice-Pres., Nat’l Laboratory of Psychical Research (London). Editor, “Revue Metapsychique” magazine. Author, “Supernormal Faculties in Man,” 1922, English translation by Stanley De Brath, 1923; For additional books, see “Book List.” Address: 89 Avenue Niel, Paris.
RICHET, Prof. Charles. Scientist, Psychic Investigator, Author. Outstanding book, “Thirty Years of Psychical Research.” 1923. Member, The Institute of France, Academy of Medicine (Paris). Hon. Pres., Institut Metapsychique International (Paris). Prof. of physiology at the Faculty of Medicine In Paris; Honorary President of La Societe Universelle d’Etudes Psychiques. Address: 15 rue de l’Universites, Paris.
RIPERT, Andre. Gen’l See. International Spiritualists’ Federation (Paris). Administrator, “Maison des Spirites” (Paris) — Residence, 10. Avenue Rachel, Paris, France.
SABATIER, M. Dean of the Faculty of Sciences of Montpellier. Psychical Investigator. Investigated and certified to Paladino mediumship.
SUDRE, M. Rent. General European Correspondent, National Laboratory of Psychical Research, London. Address: 11 Rue Monsieur, Paris.
THOMASSIN, T. Secretary. Institute Metapsychique International. 89. Avenue Niel, Paris.
GERMANY (others in book ignored)
DRIESCH. Hans. Professor of Philosophy, University of Leipzig. b. October 28, 1867. One of the Gifford Lecturers. He affirms “the actuality of psychic phenomena is doubted today only by the incorrigible dogmatist.” See Book List-Zollinerstrasse 1, Leipzig.
GRUBER, Dr. Karl. Professor, Technischen Hochschule, Munchen. b. Freiburg, i/B., Germany, Oct. 30, 1881. Professor, Biology and Parapsychologie; admitted to practice of medicine, 1905; Chair of Zoology at Munich Technical High-School, 1912; appointed physician to a Batallion in world war; in the Caucasus, 1918; taken prisoner, in Saloniki, 1919; since 1920 engaged in Parapsychological research. Author: Parapsychologische Erkentnisse, 1925; Magazine Articles: Ein Beitrag zum Probein des Hellsehens, (Zeitschrift fur Parapsychologie, No. 8, 1926); Kosmoblolog’sche Zusammentraege, (Die Erde, No. 2, 1925); Telepathie Zwischen Mutter und Kind, (Die Erde, No. 4, 1926); The Problem of Materialization and its significance, (Journal A.S.P.R. Nos. 5 and 6, 1926); Willy Schneider, (Chapter in “Die Phaenomene der Grossen Medien,” 1926); Rudi Schneider und Fran Silbert in den Leben serrinnerung, W. Kienzls (Zeitschrift fur Parapsychologie, 1926. No. 11). Lehrreiches aus der Geschichte des Falles Margery, (Zeitsch. f. Paraps. 1922, No. 3; Ein eigenartiger Fall v. Automatismus. (Psych. Studien, 1923, No. 1); Beobachtung von Materialisationen oder Teleplasma bet Kranken, (Psych. Studien, 1924, No. 1); and many other magazine articles, in various German, French and English periodicals. Address: Pienzenauerstr. 32, Munich, Germany.
GRUNEWALD, Fritz. Ingenieur, Psychical Researcher, Charlottenburg, Germany. Conducted an elaborate psychical research laboratory, which was exhibited in its entirety at the Psychical Research Congress at Copenhagen In 1922, and was fully described in the “Scientific American,” (July, 1922, p. 30). See, “In Memoriam” (“Psychische Studien,” Sept., 1925, p. 497). Died, July 19, 1925, in his forty-flrst year.
MATTIESEN, Emil. b. January 24, 1875 in Dorpat (Livonia) Ph.D. (Leipsic). Study of philosophy and natural science at the Universities of Dorpat and Leipsic (1892-6); travels, in America and Asia, 1898-1903; in Cambridge (England) 1904-7; private studies in Germany since. Author of “Der jenseitige Mensch, Eine Einfuhrung in die Metapsychologie der Mystischen Erfahrung,” (Berlin and Leipsig, 1925) (i.e. Other Worldliness. An introduction into the metapsychology of mystical experience). Magazine articles in Journal of the (London) Soc. for Psychical Research, 825 pp., vol. XIV, p. 358 segg.; vol. XVI. p. 118 segg; 217 segg; Revalo Bund (Hamburg), 1926 passim; Zeitschrift f. psychische Forsching 1927 passim. Address: 5, Elizabeth St., RostockGehIsdorf, Mecklenburg, Germany.
Prominent Mediums, Past and Present
With References to Books and Periodicals
We trust that this section will awaken a sincere desire for collaboration on the part of all students of Psychic Phenomena to the end that this department will be made as complete as possible in all future editions.—(Editor.)
ABER, W. W. (American.) Materialization Medium. Spring Hill, Kansas, U.S.A. See “Rending the Veil” and “Beyond the Veil.” Address: c/o J. R. Herman, 817 Market St., Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.
ABBOTT, Mrs. The “Little Georgia Magnet.” Journ. SPR. V, 168; Proc. SPR. XI, 219, 224 (Oliver Lodge, Hyslop, &c.); Annales des Sciences Psychiques, V, 49, 99 (1895); Borderland (quarterly, W. T. Stead), 111, 105 (resume of Hyslop’s investn.); Carrington, Physical Phen. of Spiritualism, 204 (gives the following refs.: Lulu Hurst: Revelations of the Georgia Magnet; Revelations of a Spirit Medium, pp. 157-165; Weatherly & Maskelyne, The Supernatural? pp. 274-288).
ACWORTH, Mrs. “L. M.” (English.) Proceedings, S. P. R., England, Vol. XI, p. 59.
APOLLONIUS OF TYANA. According to Philostratus, the biographer of Apollonius of Tyana, the latter when at Ephesus in Asia Minor revealed the assassination of the Emperor Domitian at Rome, at the very moment of its occurrence. (Supernormal Faculties in Man, by Osty, p. 125.)
AUBERT. M. (French.) Obit., “Light,” 1923, p. 560.
ARGAMASILLA. (Spaniard.) Report by Dr. W. F. Prince (Scientific American, Jan., 1927, p. 11).
BAILEY, Charles. (Melbourne, Australia.) Apport Medium. “Rigid Tests of the Occult,” 1904, by X (Dr. Charles McCarthy), “‘Wanderings of a Spiritualist” (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). “Under the Southern Cross” (Mr.H. Leaf). Journ. SPR. XII, 46, 77, 109-118, 219; XV, 194-208 (W. W. Baggally’s Report); 218, 223; Proc. SPR., XXV, 413, 423, 426. Holms, Facts of Psychic Science and Philosophy, 350-354; Annals of Psychical Science, IX, 225-254 (The Grenoble Official Report); Doyle, History of Spiritualism, IT, 213-216.
BAILEY, Miss. Was described as “the finest medium of the day” in London in 1857 at what was known as the “Charing Cross Circle,” producing Independent Music from accordion held with the keys downward (in the light).
BANGS SISTERS (Miss L. S. and Miss E.) Spirit Portraits, Chicago. “Man’s Survival After Death” (C. L. Tweedale), pp. 373-381. Moore, Glimpses of the Next State, pp. 178-187; chap. vii entire; appendix C; pp. 331-346. Port. of “Iola” reprod. XXV. Carrington, H., Personal Experiences in Spiritualism, chap. VI entire.
BASSETT, Mrs. Voice Medium.
BAYLISS, Mrs. (of Bournemouth, England.) “Mediumship of,” see “Light,” Nov. 6, 1926, p. 520.
BEAUCHAMP, Miss Christine L. Developed four distinct personalities, under examination by Dr. Morton Prince, recorded in his book, “The Dissociation of a, Personality” (Longmans, Green & Co., 1906).
BENJAMIN, Louis. (Canada.) ‘Writing Medium. See “The Twentieth Plane” (Reported by Albert Durant Watson, M.D.), 1919; also “Birth Through Death.”
BENSON, Charlotta HoIngren. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, p. 569 ff.
BERAUD, Marthe. See “Eva” C.
BERNADETTE, of Lourdes.
BERRY SISTERS. Materialization. “Materialized Apparitions” (B.A. Brackett), Boston, 1886. Amer. Proc. p. 102; Bates, Seen and Unseen, p. 15 (cheap edition.); Marryat, There Is No Death, chap. 26 entire; quoted In Holms’ Facts of Psy. Set, p. 441.
BESINNET, Ada M. Materialization. See “A Sitting with Ada Besinnet,” by J. Malcolm Bird (Scientific American, Sept., 1923, p. 164). “Seance for ‘N. S. A.’ Officers” (National Spiritualist, Nov., 1926, p. 1.) Proc. A. S. P. R., V, 1-672; Must. pseudonym, “Anna Barton.” Moore, Glimpses (see its index); Holms, Facts of P. S. (see Index); Psychic Science (periodical), 1, 19-79; port. and illust. (1922). Address: 2205 Ashland Ave., Toledo, Ohio.
BLAKE, Mrs. Voice Medium, U.S.A.
BLOUNT, Maud. See “Maud Blount, Medium,” by Rev. Maurice Davies, 1877.
BLOOMFIELD, M. J. Clairvoyant, Melbourne, Australia. Sir Conan Doyle’s article in “Light” (London), Feb. 28, 1925, p. 98.
BOELLA. Levitation of, “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Joire), p. 441.
BORDEN, Mrs. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, 585 ff., 639 ff., 726 ff.
BOURNSNELL, Mr. Spirit Photographer. “Man’s Survival After Death” (Tweedale), 261-353. Psychic Research Quarterly, April, 1921, p. 322.
BOWDEN, Mrs. Ruth M. Psychometrist, New York. Journal A. S. P. R., March, 1925, p. 134.
BRIFFAUT, Madam. (French.) Seance in Paris, see “Light,” July 31, 1926, p. 356.
BRITTAIN, Mrs. Annie. Physical Medium, England. (Mrs. B, in Moseley’s An Amazing Seance, pp. 148-163; port. and acct. of press committee); Tertium Quid, The Verdict?, pp. 176, 235 (1920); Doyle, History of Spiritualism, IT, 199. Bradley, Towards the Stars, 62-65 (1924).
BRITTEN, Mrs. Emma Hardinge. Played under psychic control.
BRUCE, Mrs. Olive. Psychic pencil drawings. See “The Western Mail” (Cardiff, Wales), Nov. 25, 1926, Address: 46, Suburbs, Pontywain.
BUGUET. Spirit Photographer. Famous Paris Medium, 1874-5. In June, 1875, was charged with fraud by French Government, and sentenced to one year’s imprisonment and a fine of five hundred francs, in spite of a crowd of witnesses in his favor. (“The Question,” by Edward Clodd, pp. 132-3.) See Psychic Research Quarterly, April, 1921, p. 320.
BULFORD, M. Staveley. “Revue Metapsychique,” 1924, experiences with, p. 81.
BURROUGHS, Hugh Gordon. Canada. Trumpet Psychic. “Dawn of the Awakened Mind” (John S. King), pp. 413-417. “The Voice of the Spirit” (Herbert G. Paull), Chapter V.
BUXTON, Mrs. Spirit Photographer. Crewe England. Co-operating with William Hope (The Crewe Circle). Journal of A. S. P. R., May, 1925, p. 258, “Experiences in Psychic Photography” (Hereward Carrington). Address: 144 Market St., Crewe, Cheshire, England.
CARANCINI, Francesco. Annals of Psy. Set., VIII, 285 (port.) (1909); Annales des Set. Psy., XXIII, 30, 243 (1913); XXIV, 87 (1914). Gave 13 sittings to Eng. S. P. R., on which see W. W. Baggally’s report, Journ. S. P. R. XIV, 193-211, 240, 252, 289; and Proc. S. P. R., XXV, 413 (1911).
CARLOS, Will. Automatic Writing. See “Spirit Messages from the Druid Bard, Casedyn” (I. P. G., Oct., Nov., Dec., 1926).
CARTHEUSER, William. (U. S.) “A Message from a Living Communicator,” by The Research Officer (J. Malcolm Bird). see Journal A. S. P. R., March, 1927, p. 166. Address: Lily Dale, N. Y., U.S.A.
CECREHINI. Levitation of, “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Joire), p. 441.
CHAMBERLAIN, Mrs. Annie Lord. American Medium. “Spiritual Magazine,” 1864, p. 474-Independent Music.
CHAMBERLAIN, Mrs. Nellie. “The Mediumship of the late Mrs. Nellie Chamberlain,” by Gertrude E. Metcalfe-Shaw, see “Light,” Aug. 21, 1926, p. 392.
CHENOWETH, Mrs. (Mrs. Minnie Meserve Soule.) (See “Soule, Mrs. Minnie Meserve.”) Boston. U.S.A.
CHILTON. Miss. Hulham House, Exmouth, England. (Dr. Beale’s Home.) See also Miss “Harvey.”
COLBURN, Nettle. See “Mrs. Maynard.”
COLCHESTER, Charles. English Medium. Direct writing attested to by the Rev. William Mountford, one time Unitarian Minister in Manchester. “The Spiritualist,” 1877, Vol. XI, p. 289. Also writing on the skin.
COLLINS, Mabel (Mrs. Keningale Cook). England. “Story of My Spirit Child” (Florence Marryat). “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 185-186.
COMPTON, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Havana, N. Y., U.S.A. Materialization. Maiden name Houghtenning. Mediumship for physical phenomena dates from March, 1873. “People from the Other World” (H. S. Olcott), pp. 479-488.
CONANT, Mrs. J. H. (U.S.A.) (The World’s Medium of the Nineteenth Century.) See “Flashes of Light from the Spirit-Land” through the mediumship of Mrs. J. H. Conant; also, “A Biography of Mrs. J. H. Conant,” both published in Boston, Mass.
COOK, Mrs. Cecil M. “How I Discovered My Mediumship” (by Herself), 1919. Address: 41 West 88th St., New York.
COOK, Florence. (English.) (Medium for “Katie King”), became Mrs. Corner. “Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism” (Sir William Crookes), 1874; “Studies in Psy. Res.” (F. Podmore). p. 23 (1897); Hist. of Mod. Spir. II (Podmore), p. 103; There Is No Death (Florence Marryat), pp. 139-146; Evidences for a Future Life (Delanne), pp. 162-176; Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena (Paul Joire), pp. 472-477; “Mrs. Corner’s Mediumship,” by H. A. Dallas, see “Light,” Aug. 28, 1926, p. 405. OBIT. “Light,” 1904, p. 212.
COOK, Katie. “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 147-152.
COOK, Mrs. Keningale. See “Mabel Collins.”
COOPER, Mrs. Blanche. (England.) Direct Voice. Proc. S. P. R., XXXV 471-594 (pt. 96 entire). Mr. S. G. Scat’s report, Psychic Science, V, 197 (gen. acct. of); booktest, 201-210; portrait, Jan., 1927, front; and see “Light,” 1926, index, under Scat. Address: c/o The British College, 59 Holland Park, London, W. 11.
CORNER, Mrs. See Florence Cook.
COTTRELL, V. May. (New Zealand.) Clairaudient Writing Medium. (See Biographical Section.) “Message from Lord Northcliffe” (Harbinger of Light, Melbourne, June 1, 1927, pp. 110-113). Address: 24 Hastings St., Napier, New Zealand.
CRADDOCK. (England. ) Physical Medium. Moore, “Glimpses of the Next ‘State,” p. 55 (Exposure of, 79, 80); Journ. S. P. R., XII, 266 (May, 1906); “Light,” 1906 (March 4, Col. Mayhew).
CREWE CIRCLE. (England.) Composed of William Hope and his assistant, Mrs. Buxton, well known for production of psychographs and Spirit Photography. (See “Hope, William,” and “Buxton, Mrs.”) Address: 144 Market St., Crewe, Eng.
CRIDGE, Mrs. Anne Denton. (English.) Psychometrist, sister of Professor William Denton. “Nature’s Secrets, or Psychometric Researches” (William Denton, London, 1863). “Supernormal Faculties In Man” (Osty), PP. 32-34.
CUMMINS, Miss Geraldine Dorothy. (England.) “The Chronicles of Cleophas” (Communicated).
CURRAN, Mrs. (American, of St. Louis, Mo.) Automatic Writing Medium. See “Patience Worth” and “Light from Beyond: Poems,” through Mrs. Curran’s Ouija Board. See “Patience Worth: a Psychic Mystery,” by Casper S. Yost, 1916. See “The Case of Patience Worth,” by Walter Franklin Prince, 1927.
CUSHMAN, Mrs. Private Medium, Charlestown, Mass., U.S.A. Guitar, help on lap, played by unseen hands in daylight, In the “sixties.”
DAREOS. (United States.) Psychic. “Pictures” Magazine (formerly “Movie Magazine”), Aug., 1926, p. 25. Address: Santa Monica, Calif., U.S.A.
DAVENPORT BROTHERS, Ira and William, and Sister, Elizabeth. Physical Mediums, commencing 1846. See Nichol’s “Biography,” pp. 19-22, 35. See “The Brothers Davenport,” by T. L. Nichols, 1864.
DAVIES, Mrs. Mary. Moore, Glimpses, p. 116. See her book, My Psychic Recollections. Obit., “Light,” 1919, pp. 95, 124.
DAVIES, Mrs. Russell. See Bessie Fitzgerald; also Bessie Williams.
DAVIS, Andrew Jackson (1826-1910). Podmore, Mod. Spiritualism, I, chap. xi entire; Doyle, History of Spiritualism, I, chap. III entire; Light, 1926, series of articles on, by W. B. Picken; and see W. H. Evans, Twelve Lectures.
DEANE, Mrs. (England) Spirit Photographs. “Faces of the Living Dead” (E. W. Stead). 1925. See, “Mrs. Deane, the Medium for Supernormal Pictures,” by R. H. Saunders (Int’l Nat’l Psychic Gazette,” May, 1927, p. 115).
DEANE, Vt. (England) Psychic Photographs. “Faces of the Living Dead” (E. W. Stead), 1925.
de BERLY, Mile. (French) “Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Osty), pp. 56-58.
de BOISLEVE, Baroness. (French) While giving a dinner to several persons In high station, on March 17th, 1863, saw an apparition of her son, Honore de Boisleve, at the exact moment of his being killed by a Mexican bullet, at the assault of Puebla. (Supernormal Faculties in Man, by Osty, pp. 29-30. )
de FLEURIERE, M. (French) A metagnomic subject. See Index, “Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Osty).
DENCAUSSE, M. At age of 86, foretold the day and hour of his own death. (Supernormal Faculties in Man, by Osty, pp. 18-19.)
DENIS, Eugenie. (Kanses, U.S.A.) “Light,” England, Aug. 8, 1925, p. 381.
D’ESPERANCE, Madame Elizabeth. Born London, 1852. Materialization. “Shadowland” (by herself, 1897), “Materialization” (B. F. Austin and Mme. d’Esperance).
DINSMORE, Florence (Flora More). England. Psychic Amanuensis. Communication through “The Progression of Marmaduke,” First and Second Series.
DORIS, a pseudonym for “Theodosia,” the foster daughter of Walter Franklin-Prince, Ph.D. (Yale). “Doris” is the name employed to cover period of multiple dissociation, and “Theodosta” for the later period of development as a psychic.
References: “The Doris Case of Multiple Personality” (Vols. IX and X of A S. P. R. Proceedings, 1419 pages with 25 portraits and 12 diagrams, by W. F. Prince; “The Doris Case of Quintuple Personality,” 50 pp. by W. F. Prince In American Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1916; “Doris Fischer Case of Multiple Personality,” 18 pp. by Prof. F. C. S. Schiller in Proceedings of S. P. R., part 74; “The Doris Fischer Case of Multiple Personality,” 44 pp. by Dr. T. W. Mitchell in Proceedings of S. P. R., part 79; “A Footnote” to the foregoing. 5 pp., by W. F. Prince In Journal of S. P. R., Nov., 1920; “A Case of Multiple Personality,” 16 pp. by Prof. George Trumbull Ladd in Yale Review, Jan., 1919; “The Doris Case: A Study in Multiple Personalities,” 9 pp., by A. E. Waite in Occult Review, May, 1917; “The Doris Case of Multiple Personality,” 11 pp. by G. R. S. Mead, editor of Quest, in same, July, 1917; “The Devil’s Kitchen,” 18 pp., by J. H. Hyslop in the Forum, May, 1917; “Our Hidden Powers,” by Cleveland Moffett In McClure’s, Feb., 1918; Review by Dr. Meyer Solomon in American Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1917, etc.
In books, “Medical Psychology and Medical Research” (Dr. T. W. Mitchell), 44 pp.; “Life After Death” (J. Hyslop), pp. 291-295; “The Future Life” (Samuel Me-Comb), pp. 179-183; See also Lady Troubridge’s comparison between Mrs. Leonard’s control, “Feda,” and “Margaret,” 9 pp. In “Modus Operandi in Mediumistic Trance,” part 94, Proceedings of S. P. R. “The Doris Case of Multiple Personality,” third part, being Vol. XI, Proceedings of A. S. P. R., 866 pp., by J. H.
Hyslop. “The Mother of Doris.” being 1-216 of Proceedings of A. S. P. R., Vol. XVII. For further references see “Theodosia” in this section of “Who’s Who,”
DOWDEN, Mrs. English.) See Hester Travers-Smith, Control, “Johannes.” See “The Identity of ‘Johannes’,” “Light,” London, Sept. 11, 1926, p. 428.
DOWNES, Mrs. (Conan Doyle sittings).
DRAKE, Mrs. Maud Lord.* “Psychic Light” (by herself). See “Lord-Drake, Mrs. Maud E.,” this section.
DUGUID, David. Glasgow, Scotland. Spirit Paintings; “Human Nature,” 1870, p. 522; “The Spiritualist,” June 25, 1875. Podmore, F., Studies in Pay. Res., p. 95; Bennett, E. T., Physical Phen. of Sptlm., 115-118: Bennett, Direct Phen. of Sptlm., 12-34; Coates, Photographing the Invisible, pp. 79-102. and reprodns. (Ed. 1911). Obit. Light 1907, pp. 136. 167, etc.
DUNMORE, Dr. W. K. (American) Spirit Photographer. See ‘Psychic Power” (Chicago), A Scientific Essay on Photographing the Unseen, 1924: Apr., p. 31; May, p. 37; June, p. 37; July, p. 37; August, p. 36; September, p. 38; Oct., p. 39; Nov., p. 23; all of 1924. Physical Requisites for Mediumship, by himself; “Psychic Power,” Dec., 1924, p. 41. Address: 3523 Fifth Ave., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.
EDDY BROTHERS, Horatio and William. Materialization Mediums. Chittenden, Vt., U.S.A. “New York Daily Graphic,” Oct. and Nov., 1874; “People from the Other World,” 1875. Henry S. OIcott; “Light,” London, March 21, 1925, p. 134, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
EDDY. Mrs. Mary Baker G. See “The Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy” (Georgine Milmine). EGLINTON, William. Slate Writing, Apports, Materialization. “Twixt Two Worlds,” 1886 a S. Farmer); “Light ” London, 1984, p. 107. Zollner, Transcendental Physics, pp. 72-76; Lee, Rev. F. G., Sights and Shadows, p. 205 (1894); Podmore, Studies in Psy. Res., 96-105; and see In Combined Index, Proc. S. P. R., numerous.
ERTO, Pasquale. “Revue Metapsychique,” Paris, 1924, pp. 205, 274.
“EVA” C. (Martha Beraud). Materielization with, secured by M. Paul le Cour, see “Aesculapse,” Paris, Jan.-Feb., 1925. “Light,” London, Apr. 4, 1925, p. 160, by Harry Price. See “Phenomena of Materialization” (Baron von Schrenk-Notzing), 1920.
“EVA,” Carriers. Materialization Medium. Observed by Prof. Richet-teleplasm.
EVANS, Fred. P. Slate Writing. “Psychography” (J. J. Owen).
EVANS, Harold. (England.) “A Seance With,” by Mrs. Philip Champion de Crespigny “Light,” Oct. 9, 1926, p. 477. See Editorial, “I. P. G.,” and “The Mediums Own Story” (of reported expose) I. P. G. Dec., 1926, p. 40; also “A Stringent Test seance with Harold Evans by George W. Titterington, I. P. G., Dec., 1926, p. 41.
EVERITT. Mrs. 1825-1915 “Life and Experiences” (Edmund Dawson), “Spirit Workers in the Home Circle” (M. Theobald).
FAIRCHILD, Mrs. Helen. (U. S.) “Materialised Apparitions,” 1886 (E. A. Brackett)
FAIRLAMB, Miss. Materializing Medium 1874, became Mrs. Mellon. Lombroso. After-Death-What?, p. 332; Aksakof, Animisme et Spiritisme p. 242; Delamne, G., Evid. of Future Life, p. 252; Proc, S. P. R., TV, 48-5 (Mrs. Sidgwick); Curnow’s Physical Phenornena, 92, etc., etc.
FALCONER, Messrs. (Edinburgh.) Spirit Photo., International Psychic Gazette (Lond.), Oct., 1926, p. 13.
FALCONER, Mrs. (Scotland.) Direct Voice Medium. Control, St. Lakamus, See “Direct Voice Without the Trumpet” (I. P. G., May, 1927, p. 116).
“FARMER RILEY.” See Riley, James “Farmer.”
FAY, Annie Eva. (Original.) (IT. S.) Materialization Medium. In England, see “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 245-249.
FITZGERALD, Bessie. (Mrs. Russell Davies.) England. ” ‘There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 153-163.
FLETCHER, William. Guide, “Winona” “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 172-181.
FORD, Arthur. (U. S.) “Psychic Experiments,” by Florizel von Reuter (Immortality, N. Y., March, 1927, p. 7).
FORTHUNY, M. Pascal. (Paris.) “B. J. P. R.,” vol. 1, No. 4, p. 132.
FOSTER, Charles H. (U. S.) “The Commonsense Philosophy of Spirit or Psychology” (by himself, San Francisco, 1901).
FOSTER, Eleanor N. (Mrs. Frederic.) Avon, Mass., U.S.A. Communications contained in “Prehistoric Times or Milestones in the Evolution of Man” (Christopher Pub. I-louse), 1923.
FOWLER, Lottie. (England.) Transported from Bus near Oxford Circus to Bloomsbury, Feb. 17, 1872. “Medium and Daybreak,” 1872, pp. 70, 90. “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 164-171.
FOX SISTERS, Margaret and Catherine. Hydeville, N. Y., phenomena of 1848; “Hydeville in History,” 1917 (M. E. Cadwallader). “Researches In the Phenomena of Spiritualism,” 1874 (Sir William Crookes). Father John D. Fox, died In New York, in 1865; mother, Margaret Fox, died in same year* Catherine, widow of Henry D. Jencken, died in 1892; Margaret, widow of Dr. Elisha Kent Kane, celebrated Arctic explorer, died in 1893. Rate Fox went to London in 1871. Rapping Medium. (Youngest of the three Fox sisters.) See Sir William Crookes’ “Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism,” 1874.
FRAYA, Madame. (French.) “Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Osty), pp. 60-61, 110-112, 225.
FREEMAN, Mary. Ordained Rev. by “Spiritual Alliance.” Assistant Pastor, Liberty Spir. Church (N. Y.). Acted as medium at Spiritualistic Radio Test, through Station WGL (Hotel Majestic, New York), July 13 and Aug 1, 1927, conducted by Dr. Charles D. Isaacson and Dr. Hereward Carrington. See “New York Times ” Aug. 2, 1927, p. 19, also “Dally Mirror” (New York), Aug. 2, 1927, p. 9. Address: 87 St. Nicholas Place, New York, N. Y., U.S.A.
FRENCH, Mrs. Emily S. Direct Voice Medium. Died, July 24, 1912. “The Psychic Riddle,” 1907 (Dr. Isaac Funk). “The Dead Have Never Died,” 1917 (E. C. Randall). Mr Edward C. Randall of Buffalo, N. Y., had the’ benefit of her services for twenty years, for which she would not accept a penny In compensation.
FULLARD, Mr. A. (English.) Of BarrowIn-Furness. Physical manifestations, and voices, “Lyceum Banner” (England), Nov., 1926, p. 179.
GAULE, Margaret. (Mrs. Riedinger.) Amerlean.
GATES, Miss Maud Venice. Deceased. Automatic Writing Medium. Lily Dale, N. Y. “Dawn of the Awakened Mind” (Dr. John S. King).
GAYNOR, Mrs. (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sittings).
GAZZERA, Linda. Experiments with, by Dr. Enrico Imoda in Turin at the home of his friend, the Marquise de Ruspoli. “Fotografie di fantasmi” (Dr. Imoda), Pub. by F. Bocca, Torino, 1912; “Light,” London, Apr. 4, 1925, p. 160.
GIBBONS, Lieut.-Col. Sir Walter. (England) Direct Communications. “Harbinger of Light,” Melbourne. Feb. 1, 1925, p. 1221.
GOLLIGHER, Kathleen. Physical Psychic. “Reality of Psychic Phenomena” (W. J. Crawford), pp. 30-32.
GORDON, Henry C. Levitation, 1850.
GRAZ. (Austrian Medium) Investigated by Harry Price.
GRIERSON, Francis. See Jesse F. Shepard.
GULDENSTUBBE, Baron. Direct Writing. “La Realite des Esprits, et le Phenomene Marveilleux de leur Escriture Directe” (by himself, Paris, 1857), “La Realite des Esprits,” Paris, 1878. “Psychography, ” 1878.
GUPPY, Mrs. (formerly Miss Nichol). Three mile flight from Highbury to a seance in Bloomsbury. “Medium and Daybreak,” 1871, p. 185; “The Spiritualist,” 1871, p. 170, “Light,” London, 1918; p. 259; “The Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism ” 1925 (Curnow). See “Mary Jane, or Spiritualism Chemically Explained,” by Samuel Guppy, published anonymously in England, 1863, before he married Miss Nichol, after which he became a convinced spiritualist. See “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 135-138.
GUZIC, Jean. (Warsaw) “Revue Metapsychique,” Paris, 1924, pp. 45, 138, 190, 194. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, p. 90; Reports on and discussion of his phenomena, 81-120, Seances at Warsaw, 90 ff., 94-97, 129, at Paris, 92, 97-103.
HALL, Mrs. M. Ethelwyn. Automatic WritIng. Received, “And He said Unto Me, Write,” Privately published by Mrs. Hall, 7d. Address: 31 Onslow Gardens, Muswell Hill, N. 10.
HARRIS, Susanna. Direct Voice Medium. “Is Modern Spiritualism Based on Facts or Fancy?” 1920 (James Coates), p. 84.
HARRIS, Thomas Lake.
HARVEY, Miss. Hulham House, Exmouth, England (Dr. Beale’s Home). Entertained by Miss Tubby, N. Y. “Light,” Feb. 28, 1925, p. 99. Lectured before Ethical and Spiritual Society, N. Y. Lectured before Psychic Inquiry Club, Boston. Lectured before First Spiritualist Temple, Philadelphia.
HAYDEN, Mrs. Maria B. First American public medium to go to England, 1852. See Preface of Prof. Augustus de Morgan to his wife’s book, “From Matter to Spirit,” 1863.
HENDERSON. Photographer. Transported from Mrs. Guppe’s house in Highbury to a house In Holloway, a mile and a half, Nov., 1873. “Spiritual Maazine, 1874, p. 22.
HERNE, Frank. Materialization Medium. “Medium and Daybreak,” 1871, pp. 167-176; “Human Nature,” 1874, pp. 168, 170.
HIBBITS, Mrs. Seery. (U. S.) Deceased. Trumpet Medium. Control, “Dr. Sharp.” See “Life of James ‘Farmer’ Riley” (A Vlerebome), p. 257.
HOLLIS, Mrs. Mary. Materialization. control, “James Nolan.” “Startling Facts in Modern Spiritualism,” 1873 (Dr. N. 13. Wolfe).
HOLMES, Nelson and Mrs. Jennie. Materialization, Philadelphia, In “seventies”. “People from the Other World” (11. S. Olcott), pp. 425-478.
HOME, Daniel Dunglas. 1833-1886, b. near Edinburgh. March 20, 1833. “Was tested by Profs. Hare and Wells of Philadelphia and Harvard, respectively, by Judge Edmunds of U. S. Supreme Court, and by William Bryant the poet. All these with many others declared that the phenomena were genuine. See Theodore Besterman’s article, “The Theosophical Review,” London, March. 1925. p. 141. Vouched for by Lord Dunraven, Sir Edwin Arnold, and hundreds of others. “Human Nature,” 1869, p. 128; Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 2, 679. “Incidents in My Life” (by himself). “The Gift of D. D. Home” (Madame Dunglas Horne). See “Researches In the Phenomena of Spiritualism” (Win. Crookes). “Experiences in Spiritualism with D. D. Home” (The Earl of Dunraven).
HOOPER, Dr. T. D’Aute. Spirit Photographer (Birmingham, England). “Man’s Survival after Death” (Tweedale). p. 371. “Proofs of the Truths of Spir.” (Henslow), 58, 67-72, 76-87, etc. (1919).
HOPCROFT, John. “Spiritualism: the Open Door to the Unseen Universe” (James Robertson), p. 260.
HOPE, William. Spirit Photographer, Crewe; England. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, p. 422, 1925, p. 290 (Hereward Carrington). Psychic Research Quarterly, April, 1921, pp. 321, 351. “Some Skotographic Experiences,’ by George H. Breaker (Journal A. S. P. R., March, 1927, p. 136). “Light,” London, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 475. Address: 144 Market St., Crewe, England.
HUNTER, Mrs. Annie. (Bournemouth, England) Fire Test. “Daily Express,” England, Nov. 20, 1919.
HUSK, Cecil. (English.) Physical Medium. See “Christo-Theosophy, or Spiritual Dynamics,” by George WyId, M.D., 1895.
HUSMER, J. (Shoe Maker of Copenhagen) Trance Drawings.
HYVER. Madame. (French.) Received “Communication with the next World” from William T. Stead, from “Beyond the Veil.”
HYZER, Mrs. Frances O. Automatic Writing. See “Burns and Highland Mary” (I. P. G., Dec., 1926, p. 38). Address: Montpelier, Vt., U.S.A.
INDRIDI, Indriaddason. Iceland. “Revue Metapsychique,” 1924, p. 220; “Journal A. S. P. R.,” 1924, p. 233; “Psychische Studien,” Leipzig, 1925, p. 133.
IRVING, Mrs. Photographic Medium at British College of Psychic Science.
JEANPIERRE, Mile. (Of Seraing.) Clairvoyant. Blind from birth. Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Osty), p. 145.
JENKINS, Tom. Negro Medium of New Orleans, La., U.S.A., vouched for by Mrs. Emma Hardinge Britton.
JOAN OF ARC. “Joan of Arc” (Leon Dents).
JOHNSON, J. B. (U. S.) Materialization. “The Dawn of the Awakened Mind” (John S. King), “Glimpses of the Next State” (Admiral Wm. Osborn Moore). “Psychic Science” Quarterly (London), Oct., 1926, pp. 177-189, Homer T. Yaryan reports.
JOHNSON, Mrs. Roberts. (England) Direct Voice Medium. See “A Lancashire Lad Describes His Passing Out” (I. P. G., Jan., 1927, p. 50).
JONES, Miss Amanda T. (Junction City, Kansas. U.S.A.) Born In East Bloomfield, Ontario County, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1835. See “A Psychic Autobiography” (Amanda T. Jones). JONES, Louis F. Independent Slate Writing and Pictures. Died Dec. 15, 1923. Widow, ‘Mrs. Fleda M. Jones, 22 Clark St., Bangor, Me.
JUDD, Pearl. (New Zealand.) Born. 1909. Direct voice medium in full light. See “Harbinger of Light” (Melbourne), Feb., 1927, p. 24; also April 1, 1927, p. 72, the latter article being, reprinted in The Banner of Life (Boston), May 14, 1927, front page. Address: 9 Quarry-street, Musselburgh, Dunedin. New Zealand.
KAHN, Ludwig. (German.) “Transcendental Reading,” by E. A. S. Hayward, “Light,’ London, July 24, 1926, p. 340.
KAY, Mrs. Harris.
KEELER, Pierre L. O. A. Independent Writing Lily Dale, N. Y., U.S.A. “Dawn of the Awakened Mind” (John S. King), pp. 422-451.
KEMP, Mr. Bruce. (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, sittings).
KENT, Mrs. Lottle Folsom. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924. p. 43.
KHALDAH, Ascender. (Bev of Egypt.) Demonstrated psychic powers at Dr. Hereward Carrington’s “Spirit Week” held at Hotel Astor, New York, beginning Aug. 17, 1925. See “Occult Digest” (Chicago), April, 1927, p. 36.
KLUSKI, Franek. (Warsaw) Paraffin Gloves etc. “Revue Metapsychique,” Paris, 1924, p. 411: Journal A, S. P. R., 1924. pp. 81, 90, 93, 422, 618, 695; 1925, p. 431-604 (F. W. Pawlowski). See “Materialization and Clairvoyance” (Dr. Geley).
KOONS, Jonathan. (Ohio Farmer. IT. S. A In 1852, entire family of eleven, including his wife, youngest child of seven months and oldest boy of 18, all mediumistic, Independent Music. etc. See “The Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism” (Leslie Curnow), pp. 64, 65. “Spirit-room” was located in Dover, Athens Co., Ohio.
KOTZIAN, Josef. (Piroz. Czecho-Slovakia) Trance Drawings.
LAING, Robert. (Scotch.) Case of prevision scientifically ascertained and verifled by the Society of Scientific Psychology at Munich, see “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Joire), pp. 341-359.
LA MAR, Miss Leona. (Englewood, N. J., U.S.A.) Platform Medium; Officiated at Dr. Carrington’s “Spirit World Demonstration,” Aug. 18-22, 1925, at Hotel Astor, New York City.
LANDESQUE, M. Engineering expert (Ponts et Chaussees) In Tunisia. Dowser. “Super-normal Faculties in Man” (Osty), p. 26.
LASSLO, (Le faux). Revue Metapsychique, 1924, p. 102.
LEAF, Horace. (English.) See “Who’s Who” section.
LEONARD, Mrs. Gladys Osborne. (England) “Northcliffe’s Return” (Hannen Swaffer), 1925. “Some New Evidence for Human Survival” (Rev. Charles Drayton Thomas), 1922. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 150, 682. Has been pronounced “greatest medium In the world.” (“Psychic Development In Private Circles, ” see “I. P. G.,” Oct., 1926, p. 4 and Nov., p. 21.) Reference to: “Light,’ London, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 472.
LINA. Young girl working with Willy and Rudi Schneider. Oct., 1923, at British College of Psychic Science.
LONGLEY, Mary T. (U. S.) Inspirational Medium. Author: “The Spirit World,” 1908. Contributor to The Progressive Thinker (Chicago). Address: 310 S. Street, N. E., Washington, D. C., U.S.A.
LORD-DRAKE, Mrs. Maud E. (U. S.) 1852-1924. Born in Marion County, West Virginia. Mar. 15, 1852, with double veil over face. Parents, Sarah J. and Philip S. Barrock; father was a Baptist and a Deacon in his church; mother was a Methodist. Active working medium for 65 years; full-form visible materializations in daylight; independent music from guitar carried around the room near the ceiling by spirit musicians; independent voices and singing; inspirational lectures and tests, and prophecies; Clairvoyant, Clairaudient and Psychometrist. Gave two readings to Queen Victoria in Buckingham Palace. At the age of 24, spirits christened her the “Daughter of the Orient” because her marvelous endowments were equal to the psychic powers possessed by the medium at the Temple of Delphi 4,000 years ago. John Slater recently said, “In her day, Maud was Queen of them all. Her name alone was sufficient to pack the largest building anywhere.” (Submitted by Mr. Ernest B. Lydick of Boulder Creek, Calif.) “Psychic Light,” a 600-page book written by herself, contains a history of her life.
MAC GREGOR, Helen.
MAGGS, Mrs. (“Stella of the Tea Cups”) Physical Medium, Apports, Portsmouth, England.
MAGGI, Mile. Italian Clairvoyant. Experiments with, by Prof. Ferdinando Cazzamalt, for radio-waves from human brain.
MAGNUSSEN. (Danish) “God’s Smile” (by himself). See his book, “God’s Smile.” Played while under psychic control.
“MARGERY” (Mrs. Le Roy G. Crandon). Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Direct Voice and Physical Medium. Spirit Control, “Walter,” her brother. See “Margery the Medium ” (J. Malcolm Bird ). 1925. “Revue Metapsychique,” Paris, 1924, p. 281; “Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 722-726: 1925, 113-124. 296-314, 361-369, 455-458. “Atlantic Monthly,” Nov., 1925, by H. Hoagland. Collier’s Weekly, Interview, May 8, 1926. “Psyche” (London), Oct., 1926, pp. 15-30, by William McDougall, M.B., F.R.S. See “Harvard, Margery Veritas.” “Occult Review” (London), by Hereward Carrington, Nov., 1925, pp. 283-292. For articles In connection with Scientific American Psychic Committee, see “Scientific American,” July, 1924, p. 28; Aug., 1924, p. 88; Oct., 1924, p. 233; Nov., 1924, p. 304; Jan., 1925, p. 29; Feb., 1925, p. 140; and Rejection of Claims, April, 1925, p. 229; May, 1925, p. 339. “The ‘Margery Mediumship’,” by William McDougall (Boston Evening Transcript, Feb. 18, 1925, reprinted in Scientific American, May, 1925, p. 339).
“Lantern Lecture by Harry Price” (“Light,” London, Feb. 13, 1926, p. 76); “Some First Hand Experiences,” by Dr. Tillyard, lecture at N. L. P. R. (“Light,” London, June 17, 1926, p. 328). Report on Margery’s Mediumship (Engl. S. P. R. Proceedings, Vol. xxxvi, 1926). “The ‘Margery’ Mediumship” (“Psychic Science,” Oct., 1926, pp. 171-176).
Presentation of British Loving Cup Inscribed “To Dr. and Mrs. Crandon (‘Margery’) in recognition of their heroic struggle for the Truth, from Members of the British Psychic College, 1925,” the donors being: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Lady Doyle, Mr. and Miss Bubb, Mr. and Mrs. Hewat McKenzie, Mr. Joseph De Wyckoff, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bradley, Mrs. Rose de Crespigny, Mrs. St. Clair Stobart, Mr. Roy Holmyard, Mrs. Devenish, Mr. Trethewy.
“Margery” and Her Phenomena, lantern lecture by Harry Price (B. of L., Mar. 4, 1926, p. 1). “Margery” and Science In Harmony, by C. S. Cox (B. of L., July 3, 1926, p. 1). A Reception to Margery, at Amer. S. P. R., Oct. 9, 1926 (B. of L., Oct. 16, 1926, p. 1). Margery Under Strictest Control (B. of L., Oct. 2. 1926, p. 2). Various letters and articles controverting the Dr. and Mrs. Rhine’s adverse comments (Banner of Life, Feb. 19, 1927, p. 1).
Hoagland (Atlantic Monthly, Nov., 1925); Prince (Amer. Journal of Psychology, July, 1926); McDougall (Psyche, Oct., 1926); Code. G. H. (Proceedings, Society for Psychical Research, Jan., 1927); Rhine, Mr. and Mrs. (Journal of Abnormal and Sociel Psychology, 1927). Address: 10 Lime St., Boston, Mass.
MARSHALL, Mrs. Mary. Wonderful Rapping Medium In 1835, England. See “British Spiritual Telegraph,” Vol. III, pp. 55-56. “Spirit People” (W. H. Harrison), p. 18. U.S.A.
MASKELL, A. J. (English.) (“I. P. G.,” Nov., 1926, p. 19; Dec., 1926, p. 36.) (Doctor Peebles Manifests by the Direct Voice); “A Remarkable Voice” (Light, Sept. 18, 1926, p. 437).
MAYNARD, Mrs. Nettle Colburn. (White Plains, N. Y., U.S.A.) Died, June 27, 1892. Published, “Was Lincoln a Spiritualist?” 1891.
MEGALIS. “Revue Metapsychique,” 1924, p. 332.
MELLON, Mrs. Annie. (Sidney, Australia) Materialization.
MENDENHALL, Mrs. Kate. (U. S.) Wife of Dr. Jos. H. Mendenhall (Spiritualist writer and Lecturer). Famous Trumpet and Materialization Medium of Camp Chesterfield. Died, Nov. 24, 1926.
MILLER, Chas. Victor. (New York) Materialization. “The Commonsense Philosophy of Spirit or Psychology” (Charles H. Poster). 1901, pp. 164-172. “Progressive Thinker” (William Hardy), May 1, 1926, p. 3. “Ghostology” (Wm. Danmar), 1924, p. 194. Has had the rank of Chevalier of the Legion of Honor conferred upon him by the French Government.
MILLER, Rev. Mary. (Los Angeles, Cal.) Independent Voices.
MONCK, Dr. Physical Medium, “42 mile flight from Bristol to Swindon. 1871.”
MONTAGUE, Miss Nell St. John. (English.) Author: “Revelations of a Society Clairvoyante.” See “A Society Clairvoyants” (“Light,” London, Nov. 13, 1926, p. 531).
MOORE, The Misses. (Glasgow, Scotland.) Direct Voices, “The Christian Spiritualist,” Aug. 11, 1926, p. 14, reported by the Rev. V. G. Duncan. Rector, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Edinburgh.
MORE, Flora. See Florence Dinsmore.
MORE, Rev. Jenny. (Materialization) “The Common Sense Philosophy of Spirit or Psychology” (Charles H. Foster), 1901, p. 174.
MOREL. Mme. (French.) See “Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Osty), Add to “Index,” pp. 105-109, 235.
MORSE, Florence. (Daughter of J. J. Morse) “Leaves of My Life” (J. J. Morse).
MORSE, J. J. One time Editor, “The Two Worlds,” Control, “The Strolling Player.” See “Medium and Daybreak,” 1871, p. 200; “Leaves from My Life” (by himself). Also, “A Spirit Interviewed” (by himself). Guide “Tien Sien Tie,” see “Answers to Questions 1; (Light, London, Nov. 6, 1926, p. 518, and Nov. 13, 1926, p. 530).
MOSES, William Stainton. (M. A. Oxon) “Spirit Identity,” “Psychography,” “Higher Aspects of Spiritualism” and “Spirit Teachings” (by himself), Journal A. S. P. R., 1924 p. 1. See “The Controls of Stainton Moses,’ by A. W. Trethawy.
MUMLER, William H. Boston and New York. Spirit Photographer. “The Personal Experiences of William H. Mumler in Spirit Photography” (by himself), 1875. “Faces of the Living Dead” (E. W. Stead), 1925, p. 19. The Psychic Research Quarterly, April, 1921, pp. 316-321.
NICHOL, Miss. (Later, Mrs. Guppy).
NIELSEN, Elner. “Scientific American,” “Investigating Unknown Forces,” July, 1922, p. 70; “Revue Metapsychique” (Paris), 1924, p. 308.
OATEN, Ernest. Handling red hot coals. OSSOWIECKI, Mr. Polish Engineer. Marvelous faculty of Clairvoyance. “L’Ectoplasmic et la Clairvoyance” (Dr. Gustave Geley), English edition, “Materialization and Clairvoyance” (1927).
PALADINO, Eusapia. (Italian.) Levitation, etc. “Eusapia Paladino and Her Phenomena” (Hereward Carrington), 1909. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 90, 112, 154, 364f., 404, 619. “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Dr. Paul Joire), pp. 468-469, 526-547, showing nine classes and thirty-nine orders of manifestations classified by Dr. Joire. Annales des Sciences Psychiques,” vol. v, p. 327. For report of the Milan Commission for the Investigation of Psychical Phenomena, covering seventeen seances with Paladino, see “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena (Joire), pp. 389-413; “Proofs of the Spirit World” (L. Chevreuil), pp. 146-152, complete materialization.
PARKER, Fred George. (San Francisco Psychic, Trance Medium, and Musical Prodigy.) “Progressive Thinker,” Feb. 6, 1926, p. 5.
PATTERSON, Mrs. Annie. (London) “Light,” March 21, 1925, p. 126.
PEARSE, Capt. A. Automatic Drawings.
PECORARO, Nino. (Italian, native of Naples.) Born, 1902. ‘See “Scientific American,” Feb., 1924, p. 96.
PETERS, Vout. Clairvoyant Lecturer “Light,” March 14, 1925, p. 124. Address: 15 Pembridge Pl, Bayswater, London.
PIPER, Mrs. Leonora E. Trance Medium. “Mrs. Piper and the Society for Psychical Research” (M. Sage), 1904. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 6, 7. See “Both Sides of the Veil,” by A. Manning Roberts, 1909; “Past and Present with Mrs. Piper,” by Anne M. Robins, 1921.
PLUMMER, George. (Georgetown, Mass., U. S.) Private Medium. “There Is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 182-185.
POWELL, Eric. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, p. 422.
POWELL, Evan. “The Welsh Medium Materialization. Control “Black Hawk” Revue Metapsychique, 1924, p.4, 326.
PRUDEN, Mrs. Laura B. (Cincinnati Ohio, U.S.A.) Slate Writing Medium, Spirit Guide, “Wilbur Thompson.”—”Light,” Lon don, Aug. 1, 1925, p. 364.
PRZYBYLSKA, Madame. (Private Clairaudient Medium.) Polish. “Supernormal Faculties In Man” (Osty), pp. 40-45, reproduced from “Revue Metapsychique” (Paris), No. 7 of 1921.
RANDOLPH, P. B. Mulatto Medium 1869.
RASMUSSEN, Anna. Danish Medium. Exerimenter, Prof. Chr. Winther, Copenhagen.
“Light,” London, April 4,1925, p. 160. “Light,” London, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 472.
RAYNOR, Mrs. Isa. American Medium. Fire Test.
REESE, Prof Bert. New York. “Death and its Mystery Before Death” (Flammarion) p. 199; “Supernormal Faculties in Man” (Eugene Osty), pp, 27-29, 113.
REYES, Maria. (American.) Psychometrist. Daughter of former Governor of State of .Michigan. See “Light.” Oct. 16, 1926, p. 486.
RICHARDS, Mrs. E. R. London. Non-Professional Clairvoyant. “Light,” London, March 14, 1925, p. 128.
RICHMOND, Cora L. V. Died Jan. 2, 1923. Organized The Church of the Soul, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A., May 1, 1896. Began activities for the cause of spiritualism in 1851 at the age of 11 years and remained active until the day of her death. Officiated at funeral of Mrs. Nettie Colburn Maynard, White Plains, N.Y., June 30, 1892.
RIDLEY, Miss Hazel Hurd. Independent Voice Medium. “No Not Dead” (Wilson G. Bailey, M.D.). Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sitting’s.
RILEY, James “Farmer.” Born in Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A., Aug. 18, 1843; passed on at Marcellus, Mich., U.S.A., May 20, 1919. Materialization, Apport, Slate ‘Writing Medium. His mediumship was never questioned. “The Life of James ‘Farmer’ Riley” appeared in “Communication” magazine (Chicago); “The Life of James Riley,” by A. Vlerebome, was published by the author Jan., 1911, through The Werner Company, Akron, Ohio. His control was “John Benton.”
RIPPON, J. H. R. (United States.) Played under psychic control.
ROBERTS, Mrs. (New York.) Over thirty materializations while medium was locked in wire cage, medium later appearing in front of locked cage, Seance Presided over by Rev. Minot J. Savage, at Onset, Massachusetts, in 1891; “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Dr. Paul Joire), pp. 469-471.
ROMANO, Jaques. (U. S.) Psychic. See “Ghost Stories Magazine” (N. Y.) article by Samri Frikell, June, 1927, p. 26.
RUBINI, the Great. See “Ghost Stories Magazine” (N. Y.), Oct., 1926, p. 22.
RUDLOFF, Frau Maria. Address: Berlin-Steglitz. Berlinickestr. 7; Germany.
RUGGIERI. Levitation of, “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Joire), p. 441.
SAGEE. “Mademoiselle” Emilie. Born In Dijon, France. Jan. 3, 1813. Teacher of French in a school for young girls of the nobility In Livonia, in 1845. Her “double” seen by forty-two students in the same way, and at the same time. Ref., “At the Moment of Death” (Flammarion), pp. 40-42; “Light” (1883, p. 336); “Animisme et Spiritisme” (Aksakof), pp. 498-504; “La. Mort et l’Au-dela” (du Prel, 1905); “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Dr. Paul Joire), pp. 466-468.
SAMBOR, S. F. (Russian.) “Psychical and Supernormal Phenomena” (Paul Joire), pp. 478-499.
SAWYER, Mrs. Materialization. “Materialized Apparations” (E. A. Brackett), 1886.
SCHERMANN, Rafael. Psycho-GraphologIst. Self educated Pole, born 1879. “Psychographology, A Study of Rafael Schermann” (Eugene S. Bagger), 1924. Journal A. S. P. R. 1924, pp. 502, 537-561. “Psychische Studien,” Leipsig, 1925, pp. 65-72. Address: Vienna, II. Untere Weissgarbergasse, 43, Austria.
SCHNEIDER, Rudi. Brother of Willy Schneider. Control, “Olga.” Born 1909. “Revue Metapsychique,” Paris, 1924, p. 191. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, p. 627. “The Famous Schneider Mediumship,” by ‘Warren Jay Vinton (Psyche (London), April, 1927, pp. 3-45). Address: 36 Stadtplatz, Brannan am Inn, Nieder Oestereich (Austria).
SCHNEIDER, Willy. Born 1903. Baron von Schrenck Notzing experiments. Munich, 1921-22. Experiments, British College of Psychic Science, 1923; Investigated by Prof. Richet; Seances at London S. P. R., “Revue Metapsychique,” 1924. p. 94; Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 8, 90, 129, 312, 422, 678f. “Willy Schneider the Medium,” transl. from “Luce e Ombra,” by E. A. S. Hayward, O.B.E. “B. J. P. R.,” Vol. 1, No. 4 (Article by Kapitan F. Kogelnik), pp. 122-126. “The Famous Schneider Mediumship,” by Warren Jay Vinton (Psyche (London), April, 1927, pp. 3-45).
SHEPARD, Jesse F. (Francis Grierson.) Celebrated Musical Medium. Author: see Book List. “The Facts of Psychic Science and Philosophy” (A. Campbell Holmes), Sec. 231a. Died, 1927, in Los Angeles at the age of 78.
SHOWERS, Miss. The seventeen-year-old daughter of Col. C. L. Showers. See “There is No Death” (Florence Marryat), pp. 108-117. “The Spiritualist,” Dec., 1874, p. 295. “The Facts of Psychic Science and Philosophy” (A. Campbell Helms), See. 397.
SILBERT, Frau. Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, pp. 129, 422. Address: Graz (Waltendorf), Steiermerk, Schorgelgasse, 74, Austria.
SINCLAIR, Mrs. A. L. (U.S.A.) Report by Miss May C. Walker, see B. J. P. R., Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 126-128.
SISTER THERESE. (Martin, Marie Francoise Therese.) Born Jan. 2, 1873; died of consumption Sept. 30, 1897. Entered the Carmelite Convent of Lisieux at the age of 15, on April 9, 1889; her “Clothing” day was on Jan. 10, 1890; she was “professed” on Sept. 8, 1890. “Lamps of Modern Mysticism,” by Arthur Edward Waite, pp. 231-235.
SLADE. Henry. Slate Writing Medium. Died, 1905. “Psychography” (Stainton Moses), “Transcendental Physics” (Zollner), 1882. Gilder made studies on Slade.
SLATER, John. Platform Medium, San Francisco, Calif. Most famous platform medium in America. See “Memories,” by John Slater, in “National Spiritualist” (Chicago) Sept., 1926, p. 1. Address: 2770 Filbert St.: San Francisco, Calif., U.S.A.
SLOAN, John. (Glasgow) “Revue Metapsychique,” Paris, 1924, p. 314.
SMITH, Helene. See “From India to the Planet Mars” (Flournoy).
SMITH, Hester Travers. (Mrs. Dowden.) (English.) Author, “Voices from the Void.” Recipient, “Psychic Messages from Oscar Wilde.” “Journal A. S. P. R.,” 5924, pp. 4, 629; 1925, p. 58. “Occult Review,” London, p. 43. Address: 15 Cheyne Gardens, Chelsea, S. W., London.
SONREL, Leon. (French.) Predictions, “Supernormal Faculties In Man” (Osty), pp, 38-40.
SOULE, Mrs. Minnie Meserve. (Mrs. “Chenoweth.”) Boston, Mass. Secretary, Psychic Inquiry Club, Boston, Mass. U.S.A. See “Banner of Life,” Boston, May 23, 1925, Lilian Whiting’s article reprint from “The International Psychic Gazette.” See “They Who Understand” (Whiting), p. 115. See “Spirite Messages,” by Hiram Corson. Address: 9 Leamington Road, Brighton, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
SOUTHCOTT, Joanna. Prophetess. Died 1815, aged. 65. Born in the parish of Ottery, St. Mary, in Devonshire, the daughter of a gentleman-farmer. “The Messenger,” Chicago, 1925, March, p. 145; April, p. 163. Box of Divine Writings left in care of the Rev. Thomas Foley in 1814 to be opened in time of great national danger with 24 Bishops present. For report on opening of a “Southcott” Box, see B. J. P. S., 1927.
SPORE, Marian. Psychic Painter. New York. “Brooklyn Eagle,” November 23, 1924.
SPRIGGS, George. Voice Medium, Materialization. Mediumship, 1875-1912. “Light,” London, 1886, p. 80.
SQUIRE, J. R. M. (American.) About I 1860. In England. Manifestations vouched for by Dr. Lockhart Robertson.
SQUIRE, M. English %tedium, presented to Queen Victoria.
“STANISLAWA P.” Investigated by Baron von Schrenck-Notzing.
STELLAC. “Revue Nietapsysique,” Paris, 1924, pp. 89, 252. “Journal A. S. P. R.,” 1924.
pp. 306-362, 422; “The Mediumship of Stella C.” (Harry Price).
STEWART, Rev. Josie K. Folsom. Materialization, Trumpet, etc., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. “Journal A. S. P. R.,” 1924, p. 395. Address: c/o Ch. of Psychic Truth, Hall of Art, 1757 Highland Ave., Hollywood, Cal., U.S.A.
STEWART, Mrs. Terre Haute, Ind., U.S.A. “Light.” London, 1882, p. 197.
SWAIN, Mrs. Marcia. (U. S.) Voice Medium.
SWANK, Mrs. Isora. Independent Voices, Pasadena, Calif., U.S.A.
THAYER, Mrs. “Flower Medium.” “New York Sun.” August 18, 1875; “Light,” London, 1881, p. 416.
THEODOSIA. The foster daughter of Dr. Walter Franklin Prince, formerly known under the pseudonym of “Doris.” See “Doris” in this section of book. Further references: “The Psychic in the House” (Walter Frank]in Prince), 1926.
THORPE. (U.S.A.) Held seance at Springfield, Ill., attended by Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States, with Dr. Ridgley Martin of North Baltimore, Ohio, according to the latter’s affidavit of Oct. 11, 1926. See “The Progressive Thinker” (Chicago), Nov. 13, 1926, p. 5, and “The Banner of Life” (Boston), Nov. 20, 1926, p. 1.
TICKNER, John W. (U. S.) Psychic (Private). See “Our Second American Adventure” (Conan Doyle), pp. 21-26.
TIPPIE, John. Ohio farmer in 1850’s. First manifestation of “John King,” the control. “The Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism” (Leslie Curnow), 1925, p. 65.
TOMCZYK, Stanislawa. Investigated by Baron von Schrenck-Notzing. “Mental Suggestion” (Dr. Ochorewicz). “Problems of Psychical Research” (Carrington), pp. 36-50.
TOMSON, Elizabeth Allen. (American.) Authenticated Materialization seances. See. “Psychic Power” (Chicago), Feb., 1924, pp. 23-24. Also, “Reason” (Los Angeles), Aug., 1925, p. 84.
TOWNS, W. (England.) “Spiritual Magazine,” 1872, p. 490.
TYLER, Mrs. (London.) Clairvoyant.
THOMAS, Tom. “Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism” (Curnow), 1925, p. 23.
THOMAS, Will. “Physical Phenomena of Spiritualism” (Curnow), 1925, p. 23.
TYRELL, Tom. “Light,” London, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, February 28, 1925, p. 98.
VALENTINO, Rudolph. (U.S.) Dec’d. Motion Picture Star. Automatic, Writing Medium. Control, Black Feather. See “Day Dreams,” a book of Poems, received by Valentine through spirit force of George Sand, James ‘Whitcomb Riley, Robert Browning, Byron and others. See “Life Beyond the Veil-Rudy,” an intimate portrait of Rudolph Valentino by his wife, Natacha Rambova (Hutchinson 1927).
VALERIUS, Miss Bertha. (Swedish.) Untrained in art, painted picture of “The Prince of Peace” (10 ft. x 6 ft.) beginning in 1356, and finished to her satisfaction In 1896, under guidance from the Beyond. The original occupies the place of honor in a private chapel in Stockholm. For illustration, see “The Harbinger of Light” (Melbourne), Jan. 1, 1927, p. 8.
VALIENTINE, George. Direct Voice Medium, Williamsport, Pa., U.S.A. Control, “Dr. Barnett.” “Harbinger of Light,” Melbourne, February 1, 1925, p. 1225; “Light,” London, March 14, 1425, p. 127: “Light,” April 4, 1925, p. 161. “Towards the Stars” (H. Denis Bradley), 1924. “Northcliffe’s Return” (Hannen Swaffer), 1925. For voices in Chinese and other languages, certified to by Dr. Whymant, see Herald-Tribune (N. Y.). April 6, 1927. Address: 623 Fifth Ave., Williamsport, Pa. U.S.A.
VANDERBILT, May Pepper.* (U. S.) “Mary S. Vanderbilt a Twentieth Century Seer” (M. E. Cadwallader), 1921.
VANGO, Mr. J. J. Direct Voice (London). “Rupert Lives” (Walter Wynn). Address, 56 Talbot Rd., Richmond Rd., Westbourne Grove, W. 2, London.
VAY, Baroness Odon. Gifted Medium, pioneer of Spiritualism In Hungary, died May 24, 1925, at the age of 85.
VERALL, Mrs. “Journal A. S. P. R.,” 1924, p. 165.
VICKERS, Mrs. (English.) Control, “White Hawk.” Report by Barbara McKenzie (“Light,” Oct. 16, 1926, p. 484).
VLASEK, Mary C. (U. S.) “Mediumship’ its Phenomena and Philosophy” (by herself) recommended by Bureau of Education, N. S. A.
VOLKMAN, Mrs. Guppy. See “Mrs. Guppy.”
VOLLHARDT, Frau Maria. (Berlin, Germany.) Physical Medium. See “Two Years’ Experiments with Maria Vollhardt; Telekinesis and Teleplasm” (Dr. Schwab). Address: Berlinicke-strasse 7, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany.
WAGNER, Mrs. (Conan Doyle Sittings.)
WALLCOUSINS. E. Inspirational Artist. Illustrator of “Heaven’s Fairyland,” 1922.
WALLIS, E. W. and Mrs. M. H. (English.) Authors. “A Guide to Mediumship ” “Spiritualism in the Bible,” “Songs of Life,” etc. See Biographical Section.
WEHNER, George B. (American.) Trance Medium. See “The One Way” (by Enlightened Spirits, through George B. Wehner, as Medium). Address: 614 West 152nd St., New York.
WELLINGS, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. (England.) Investigated by “Bromley Circle for Psychic! Study.” See “Light,” London, April 4, 1925, p. 159.
WEYANT, Dr. Helen. (Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.) “Letters from Spirit People to Earth Friends” (by herself). Address: 342 Irving St., Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.
WICKLAND, Anna W. (Los Angeles, Calif. U.S.A.) Trance Medium. Wife of Dr. Carl A. Wickland, Medical Advisor, “National Psychological Institute” (Los Angeles). See “Thirty Years Among the Dead” (Carl A. Wickland).
WILKINSON, Aaron. (English.) See “Psychical Investigations,” by Arthur Hill, pp. 36-37, 69-71. 73, 90, 221.
WILLIAMS, Bessie. See “The Clairvoyance of Bessie Williams,” by Mrs. Russell Davies, edited by Florence Marryat, 1903.
WILLIAMS, Charles. (U. S.) “Human Nature,” 1974, pp. 168, 170.
WILLIS, Dr. L. F. H. (U. S.) Expelled from Harvard University owing to his mediumship. “Human Nature” 1869, pp. 573-583. “Spiritual Magazine,” 1870, p. 198.
WOODLEY. Miss E. F. (English.) Trance medium in production of “Heaven’s Fairyland,” 1922.
WOODWORTH, Mrs. Bessie. (U. S.) Attest to mediumship. see “Psychic Phenomena 15 (National Spiritualist, June 1, 1927, p. 6). Address: 4340 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill.
WORMINGTON, Alma L. (U. S.) Spirit Photographer. See Advanced Thought & Divine Science Mag., Vol. IV No. 38, p. 5. Address: o/o L. C. Bennett, Hensonville, N.Y.
WRIEDT, Mrs. Etta. Born in Oswego, N. Y. Voice Medium. Control, “Dr. Sharp.” “The Voices” (Admiral Usborne Moore), 1912; “Spiritualism, Its History, Phenomena and Doctrine” (J. Arthur Hill), 1918; “Journal A. S. P. R., 1924, p. 422; “Light,” London, March 28, 1925, p. 148. See “They Who Understand” (Whiting), pp. 145-146. Mrs. De Crespigny’s report (Progressive Thinker, Mar. 6, 1926, p. 1). Address: 2108 Baldwin Ave., Detroit, Mich.
WYLLIE. (San Francisco.) Spirit Photographer. “Man’s Survival After Death” (Tweedale), pp. 345, 355. “Psychic Research ‘Quarterly” (New York), April, 1921, p. 323.
ZUGUN, Eleonore. (Roumanian.) Poltergeist subject. Born May 24, 1913, Talpa, Roumania. “Harry Price Investigation,” Light, June 12, 1926, p. 268. “Light,” London, Oct. 9, 1926, p. 474. Article by Countess Wassilko-Serecki, see “Light,” Oct. 23, 1926 p. 500. “Proceedings of National Laboratory of Psychical Research” (London), Vol. I, Pt. I; “British Journal of P. R.” Vol. 1, 135-150 (Pt. V) (Early History); “Journal Amer. S. P. R.,” XX, 449 (Price), 513, 593 (Countess Wassilko), 77 (Sudre) (1926).