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DON BLANDING
Friends & Aquaintences


Artists:

Backus, Albert Edward "Beanie" (1906-1990) - Protege from Ft. Pierce, Florida, painter. Shared "Floridays" studio.
Basler, Iwalani S. Ripley - Friend from Hawaii, and illustrator of "Jasmine House" from ‘Paradise Loot.’  Wife of Carl Basler.
Benedict
, Enella K. "Nellie" (1858-1942) - Painter & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.
Butler, Alban Bernard "Bud", Jr. (1891-1949) - Cartoonist from Oklahoma & New York, 'Virgin of Waikiki' illustrator.
Challenger, Earl - Friend from Hawaii, colleague in screen painting business, New York City. Dedication: "Someday".
Chong, Chin (?-1953) - Friend from Hawaii, candlemaker. Dedication: "The Candlemaker." Owned Chin Chong candle shop.
Claflin, Majel G. (1884-?) - Onetime fiance from Eaton Rapids, Michigan. Classmate from art school, WPA artist in Taos, NM.
Coe, Ethel Louise (1878-1938) - Painter & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.
Cohan, Earl - See Earl Challenger.
Dollens, Morris Scott (1920-1994) - Science Fiction cover artist, and photographer of Edythe Hope Genee's hands in 'Sequins.'
Eskridge, Robert Lee (1891-1975) - Friend from Chicago & Hawaii. Attended art school with Blanding. Author 'Manga Reva.'
Fairchild, Hurlstone (1893-1966) - Friend from Southwest, painter. Blanding did the forward to his 1950, "An Artists Notebook".
Forsberg, Elmer Alexander (1883-1950) - Painter & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.
Fraser, Juliette May (1887-1983) - Friend from Hawaii,  contributed several illustrations to ‘Paradise Loot.’
Gaskins, Thomas - Friend from Florida, sculptor. Dedication: "Not Chance Alone".
Gershuni, David - Artist who painted portrait of Blanding in 1951.
Gurrey, Alfred R. Jr.  - Friend from Hawaii, art director in Honolulu, Blanding made picture frames for him.
Hitchcock, D. Howard (1861-1943) - Artist who was the first to exhibit at Cross-Roads Studio in 1923.
Juvonen, Helmi Dagmar (1903-1985) - Possible friend from Seattle, artist. Did sketch of Blanding, which he signed.
Kelly, John Melville (1877-1962) - Friend from Hawaii, etcher, contributed several illustrations to ‘Paradise Loot'.
Kinkade, Thomas (?-present) - The 'Painter of Light', is said to have been influenced by Blanding.
Louderback, Walter "Walt" (1888-1941) - Painter & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.
Luke, Keye (1904-1991) - Friend from California, actor & artist. Designed cover of Genee's 'Sequins for Calico'.
MacLeod, Alexander Samuel (1888-1956) - Friend from Hawaii, contributed illustrations to Blandings first three books.
Mallek, Kay (1913-present) - Ceramics artist from Tuscon, Arizona, designed some pottery for Blanding as a gift.
Manookian, Arman T. (1904-1931) - Artist from Hawaii.
Martinez, Julian - Friend from New Mexico. Mexican Potter, husband of Marie.
Martinez, Marie - Friend from New Mexico. Mexican Potter mentioned in Blanding's poetry.
Moore, Frank Montague (1877-1967) - Friend from Hawaii & California, painter. Collaborator ‘Picture Bridge’.
Mozley, Loren Norman (1905-1989) - Friend from New Mexico, artist.
Mundorff, Ted J. (1910-1969) - Friend from Hawaii, did the paintings for ‘In an Old Hawaiian Garden’.
Nesbitt, Phil
ip L. (1905-1953) - Friend from Hawaii and Carmel, painter, author and traveler. May have been English.
Nobles, Orre Nelson (1896-1967) - Artist friend from Olympia, Washington. Ran an Inn.
Philbrick, Allen Erskine (1879-1964) - Painter & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.
Poole, John - Friend from Hawaii, did a woodcut for ‘Leaves from a Grass-House’. Worked for Honolulu Star-Bulletin.
Samuelson, Vallance Arnold (1913-2000) - Friend from California, did the cover for ‘Today is Here’.
Shiffer, Jean Bernard Van Rossum - Friend from Hawaii, illustrated the cover for ‘Leaves from a Grass-House’.
Sprague, Robert B. (1904-?) - Friend from New Mexico, artist.
Sterba, Antonin (1875-1963) - Czech artist & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.
Tennent, Madge (1889-1972) - Friend from Hawaii, artist. Blanding stayed in her guest house and shared a studio.
Turnbull, Gale (1889-1962) - Artist who worked with Blanding on the Vernon Kilns designs.
Wassmer, Theodore Milton (1910-present) - Friend from Utah, visited Blanding in Carmel & Ft. Pierce, exchanged paintings.
Wilder, James Austin "Kimo" (1868-1934) - Friend from Hawaii, painter, had a house on Mt. Tantalus, founded the Sea Scouts.
Wilder, Sarah Harnden - Friend from Hawaii, ceramics artist, wife of Kimo Wilder.
Wilson, Louis
W. - Painter & art instructor who taught Blanding at the Chicago Art Institute.


Dancers:

Auld, Aggie (1905-1983) - Hawaiian actress and hula dancer, was in "Hawaii Calls."
Beamer, Leilehua - Friend from Hawaii, dancer. Dedication: ‘To Leilehua'. Appeared in one of Blanding's shows.
C
han, Petra - Friend of Blanding & Genee. Mentioned in 'Three Portraits in Porcelain.'
Jones, Estrellita - Friend from Hawaii, dancer. Dedication: ‘Panaroma’ Island Perfumes.
Rand, Sally (1903-1979) - Actress and risque dancer.
Slavina - Friend of Blanding & Genee. Mentioned in 'Three Portraits in Porcelain.'
St. Denis, Ruth (1878-1968) - Friend from New York & Hawaii, dancer, actress. Dedication: ‘Matu Va’.


Family:

Blanding, Hugh Ross (1852-1921) - Father, first police judge of Lawton, Oklahoma, died in Honolulu.
Blanding, Hugh Walter (1882-1902) - Older brother, died of
Blanding, Ida Kimble Bacon (1855-1928) - Mother, Hugh was possibly a second husband.
Blanding, James Kimble "Jim" (1884-1926) - Older brother, died in Honolulu, buried at Oahu Cemetary.
Blanding, Jesse Bacon (?-1899) - Older sister, died just before her wedding.
Fisher, Charles Mason  - Uncle, married to Aunt Jessica.
Fisher, Cynthia Helen (?-1977) - Cousin-once-removed, granddaughter of Aunt Jessica, allegedly inherited $200,000.
Fisher, Jessica Mina Blanding (1855-1938) - Aunt, sister of Hugh Ross Blanding.
Fisher, Samuel Hugh Kendall (1898-1978) - Cousin, son of Aunt Jessica.
Hudson, Charles S. - Cousin from Bend, Oregon who gave Donald a bank job in 1912-13. Son of Aunt Sarah.
Hudson, L. P. - Uncle to Don Blanding. Husband of Aunt Sarah.
Hudson, Sarah J. - Ida's older sister, lived with the family for a while in Lawton, then in Bend, Oregon.


Film & Stage:

Auld, Aggie (1905-1983) - Hawaiian actress and hula dancer, was in "Hawaii Calls."
Balli, Dorea - Friend from Hollywood, stage and radio actress.
Beery, Wallace
(1885-1949) - Actor in Hollywood, "Movie Villian" written about him.
Bray, Helen (?-1963) - Friend from California, poet from the Hollywood Evening School, and may have been in the movies.
Browning, Frances Heenan "Peaches" (1910-1956) - Friend from New York, actress. Designed her bathroom in the twenties.
Burt, Fredric (1876-1943) - Friend from Carmel, actor, president of the Carmel Sacro-Iliac Club. Husband of Helen Ware.
Burt Helen, Ware (1877-1939) - Actress friend from Carmel, California. Married to Frederick Burt.
Carillo, Leo (1881-1961) - Actor who reads one of Blanding’s poems in the 1935 movie, "Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove."
Cassin, Billie - See Joan Crawford.
Cassin, Henry - Stepfather of Billie Cassin, ran a vaudeville theatre in Lawton.
Clark, Mamo (1914-1986) - Friend from Hawaii & California, Hawaiian actress, appeared in "Hawaii Calls".
Collings, Pierre - Screenwriter friend from Hollywood & Carmel, California.
Crawford, Joan (1906-1977) - Friend from Lawton, actress. Dedication: ‘Little Girl from Across the Street.’ Blanding saved life.
Cline, Edward F. (1892-1961) - Directed "Hawaii Calls," was an early actor in silent films.
Ferguson, Elsie (1883-1961) - Stage and Screen actress, who Don saw "live" in his Chicago art school days.
Garden, Mary (1874-1967) - Opera & film star that Blanding wrote poem about in 'Let Us Dream'. Saw perform in Chicago.
Hopper, Hedda (1885-1966) - Actress whom Blanding wrote the poem ‘The Lady in the Cockeyed Hat’.
Jennings, Al J. (1863-1961) - Acqaintance from Lawton, bandid, and later movie actor.
Joy, Leatrice (1893-1985) - Actress in Hollywood. Dedication: ‘Leis... For Remembrance’.
Lesser, Sol (1890-1980) - Produced "Hawaii Calls."
LeSueur, Lucille Fay - See Joan Crawford.

Lewers, William H. (1868-1931) - Friend from Hawaii, introduced Blanding to the islands, theatrical actor and producer. He is the "Will" in Hula Moons.
London, Jean "Babe" (1901-1980) - Friend from Hawaii & California. Early silent film actress, painter in later life, columnist.
Luez, Laurette (1928-1999) - Hollywood actress, modelled Blanding's 'Windy Willie' designer clothing.
Luke, Keye (1904-1991) - Friend from California, actor & artist. Designed cover of Genee's 'Sequins for Calico'.
McIntosh, Burr (1862-1942) - Actor & publisher. Dedication: ‘Through Different Eyes’.
Rand, Sally (1903-1979) - Actress and risque dancer.
Reynolds, Adeline de Walt (1862-1961) - Friend from Hollywood, elderly actress.

Simmons, Georgia - Actress friend from Georgia.
Skipworth, Alison (1863-1952) - Actress of "Trouper".
St. Denis, Ruth (1878-1968) - Friend from New York & Hawaii, dancer, actress. Dedication: ‘Matu Va’.
Tuchock, Wanda (1898-1985) - Co-wrote "Hawaii Calls" with Blanding, from 'Stowaways in Paradise.'
Ulrich, Lenore (1892-1970) - Actress who appeared in play ‘The Bird of Paradise’, which inspired Blanding's trip to Hawaii.
Ware, Helen (1877-1939) - Actress friend from Carmel, California.


Musicians & Composers:

Anderson, Robert Alexander (1894-1998) - Friend from Hawaii, Composer of Hawaiian songs and play "Hula Moon", 1928.
Basler, Carl
E. - Musician and salesman friend from Hawaii, and husband of artist Iwalani Basler. Swiss.
Bond, Carrie Jacobs (1862-1946) - Musician friend from Hollywood, California. Talked about doing some of Don's poems.
Byles, Blanche Douglas (1892-1979) - Friend from Los Angeles, California, composer who put Blanding's poetry to music.
Cummings, Andy - Friend from Hawaii, composer of Hawaiian music.
Denker, Mrs. Charles - Put 'Melody' to music.
Glen, Irma (1902-1982) - Friend from California, composer of music, especially for Church of Science. Organist for NBC Radio.
Hanapi, Mike (1898-1959) - Musician friend from Hawaii. May have been the Mike from 'A Talisman'.
Hull, Ada Virginia Shaw (1894-1982) - Friend from California, poet, composer of music, including some of Blanding’s material.
Hutchinson, Hubbard (1896-1934) - Friend from New York, musician, author of travel books. Dedication:  "Stilled Music".
Malotte, Albert Hay (1895-1964) - Friend, composer of songs, including ‘Dreamer', by Blanding.
Marquis, Neeta - Writer and musician Friend.
McQuesten, Robin - Friend from Hawaii, Former director of the Honolulu Pops Orchestra.
Page, Paul - Friend from California, illustrator & lounge musician. Made album 'I Remember Blanding' in 1960.
Poyner, Paula Roberts - Put 'Three Chinese Shawls' to music.
Ripley, Jack (1934-2000) - Singer, comedian, known as "Stuttering Jack".
Sawtelle, Edwin (1886-1973) - Friend from Hawaii & California, organist & musician. Dedication: "Joy is an Inside Job,’ and ‘June.’
Turner, Mildred - Put several Blanding poems to music.
Venuti, Giuseppe "Joe" (1903-1978) - Musician from Hollywood, background music for 'Vagabond's House' album in 1950.
Wichita, Frank - Friend from Temple, Texas. Student of music at UCLA.
Wright, Norman Soreng (1905-1982) - Friend, composer of several Blanding songs.


Photographers:

Cipar, Wayne Peters - Photographer who took portrait of Blanding.
Clark, Franklyn
(1917-1997) - Photographer who took portrait of Blanding in Hollywood, and Edythe Hope Genee in Shanghai.
Dixon, Bill - Lawton Constitution staff photographer who took photo of Blanding in Lawton, 1956.
Dollens, Morris Scott (1920-1994) - Photographer of Edythe Hope Genee's hands in her book 'Sequins for Calico.'
Gurrey, Caroline H. - Photographer friend from Honolulu, wife of A. R. Gurrey, art gallery owner, and employer of Blanding.
Hancock, Peter - Photographer who took portrait of Blanding.
Hull, Alonzo "Lonnie" Bemis
(1893-1967) - Photographer for 'Joy is an Inside Job'. Husband of Ada Virginia Hull.
Inn, Henry
(1899-1994) - Merchant, early advertising client of Blanding, noted photographer in later years.
Long, Max Freedom (1890-1971) - Friend from Hawaii, photographer of Blanding,’ author of several books on Huna.
McBride, Ella (1862-1865) - Photographer from Seattle, mountain climber, took portrait of Blanding for promotional card.
Ogden, Terry Cecil (1896-1945) - Photographer from Carmel, California who took Don's portrait.
Roberts, Mike (1905-1989) - Friend from Hawaii & California, postcard photographer. Collaborated on 'Colorful Hawaii.'
Ruhrmann, Albert E. (1910-1971) - Photographer who took several portraits of Blanding.
Smith, Webster D. - Friend from Hawaii, took "Cereus" photo in ‘Flowers of the Rainbow’.
Warren, Frank S. - Friend from Hawaii & California, photographer. Collaborated on ‘Pictures of Paradise’.


Poets:

Alleman, Emily Carey (1893-1990) - Friend from California, author of ‘The Gypsy Heart’, which has Blanding's illustrations.
Amos, Nellie (1893-1980) - Friend from Kansas City, poet.
Bodenheim, Maxwell (1893-1954) - Acqaintance of Blanding in Chicago, poet.
Bray, Helen (?-1963) - Friend from California, poet from the Hollywood Evening School.
Brown, Elinor Edith Henry (1911-1976) - Poet, attended Hollywood Evening School, author of ‘Of Little Songs and Other Poems.’
Brown, Wilfred - Poet, friend from North Hollywood. Husband of Elinor Henry Brown.
Burkholder, Esther York - See Esther Baldwin York.
Callahan, Grace Cecelia Nottleson (1906-1994) - Friend from California, poet. Also Friend of Edythe Hope Genee.
Clinedinst, Catherine - Poet friend from California.
Conner, Aletha Caldwell - Friend from Oklahoma, poet, editor of Oklahoma Anthology which featured Blanding.
Copeland, Margaret Scott
(1883-1969)
- Editor of ‘Five,’ co-writer of ‘Gonfalon,’ wife of James Neill Northe. Dedication: ‘Tired Vagabond.’
Correthers, Lesley Young "Reg" (1884-1948) Friend from Hawaii, Rockford, and Calif. Poet, author, ran pageants in Honolulu.
Finn, Eugenia Townsend (1887-1957) - Author of ‘Crystal Vision', which was illustrated by Blanding.
Fuller, Ethel Romig (1883-1965) - Friend from Oregon, editor of Oregonian Verse, Oregon poet laureate.
Genee, Edythe Hope (1904-1976) - Friend from California, illustrator and poet. Wrote several books of poetry. Blanding's secretary.
Gessler, Clifford Franklin (1893-1979) - Poet friend from Hawaii, worked for the newspapers too.
Hawes, Francesca Carleton Blake - Friend from Hawaii, poet and performer from Blanding's theatre days.
Hull, Ada Virginia - Friend from California, poet, composer of music, including some of Blanding’s material.
Huxtable, Dr. Zelma Langdon (1899-1953) - President of the California Federation of Chaparral Poets, 1952-53.
Jacobs, Ron - Friend from California, Radio personality, writer of ‘Backdoor Waikiki,’ and poet.
Keene, Florence R. - Friend from California, poet. Editor of Westward, magazine of verse. Corresponded with Blanding.
Kegley, Lucy Wheeler - Friend from California, poet.
Keith, Joseph Joel (?-1967) - Poet friend from California. Also knew James Neill Northe.
Lytle, Marcus Zearing (1912-1986) - Poet friend from Glendale, dedication: "To The Dwellers in Tree-Toad Trellis."
Lytle, Ruby Vella Coker (1917-1970) - Poet Friend from Glendale, dedication: "To The Dwellers in Tree-Toad Trellis."
May, Buelah (1883-?) - Friend from Santa Ana, California, writer & poet. Column "Modern Poets", which featured Blanding.
McGriff, Jennye - Friend, writer & poet.
Mellon, Kathleen Dickenson (1895-1969) - Hawaiian poet & author, wife of George Mellen.
Mercer, Elizabeth H. - Friend from California, poet.
Merrill, Arthur Truman (1874-1935) - Glendale poet, on the staff of 'Tom-Tom, Contemporary Vision; book dedicated to him: ‘Wings Against Dawn’.
Mundy, Lucy - Poet from the Hollywood Evening School.
Northe, James Neill
 (1903-1993) - Friend from California, pen & ink, painting...also poet, author and magazine editor.
Preble, Cora May (1893-1976) - Poet friend from Compton, California. Had been a shut-in for many years.
Roberts, Ruby Altizer (1907-present) - writer, author of ‘Command the Stars.’
Sherwood, Robert Carlton - writer, author humorous anthology.
Teasdale, Sara (1884-1933) - Poet.
York, Esther Baldwin (1911-present) - Friend from California, poet. Book ‘Scarf of Stars’ illustrated by Blanding.


Publishing Colleagues: 

Adams, Walter James "Doc" (1892-1942) - Wrote column "This and That" for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, which ran the "Spun-Glass Ship' in 1937.
Anderson, Sherwood
(1876-1941) - Friend from Chicago, who knew Blanding in 1914. Author of many books.
Barrow, Terence - Researcher of Blanding in Hawaii.
Beaudette, Mimi  - Friend from Carmel, California, co-editor of The Californian.
Beaudette, Palmer T. (1914-1968) - Friend from Carmel, California, co-editor of The Californian.
Bond, Raymond T. - Vice President of Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
Brown, Desoto (1954-present) - Contemporary Hawaiian researcher and author who has written about Blanding.
Brownlow, Curtis H. - Vice President of Sales at Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
Carmack, Jesse -  West coast representative of Dodd, Mead & Co. in the late thirties.
Case, Howard D. - Wrote for the Honolulu Advertiser in the 50's.
Cerwin, Herbert (1908-1994) - Editor of "Famous Recipes from Famous People", with contribution by Blanding.
Chapman, Sally Putnam - Author of "Whistled Like A Bird". Dedication:   ‘Water Hyacinths’. Childhood relation to Blanding.
Cockburn, Bonney (1911-1989) - Friend from Carmel, co-publisher of the Carmel Pine Conel
Cockburn, Ranald (1912-1996) - Friend from Carmel, co-publisher of the Carmel Pine Conel. Dedication: ‘Exiles from the Stars’.
Coleman, John Shields (1894-1972) - Friend from Birmingham, Alabama, author.
Conner, Aletha Caldwell - Friend from Oklahoma, poet, editor of Oklahoma Anthology which featured Blanding.
Copeland, Margaret Scott (1883-1969) - Editor of ‘Five,’ wife of James Neill Northe. Dedication: ‘Tired Vagabond.’
Crawford, Bill - From the Lawton Constitution.
Creager, Scott Crawford (1903-1940) - Friend from California & Hawaii, scriptwriter, helped prepare book ‘Memory Room’.
Dell, Floyd (1887-1969) - Friend from Chicago in 1914. Author of many books, literary critic.
Dodd, Edward H. - President of Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
Dodd, Frank C. - Chairman of the Board, Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
Earhart, Amelia (1897-1937) - Friend from New York, pilot & author of several books. Dedication: ‘Flight’.
Emery, Peggy - Friend from California, helped prepare book ‘Memory Room’.
Farrington, W. R. - Friend from Hawaii, governor of Hawaiian Territory, newspaper editor.
Frantz, Mabel Goode (1887-1976) - Friend from Tennessee, author of several books. Dedication: book ‘Pilot Bails Out’
Fuller, Ethel Romig (1883-1965) - Friend from Oregon, editor of Oregonian Verse, Oregon poet laureate.
Gardner, Erle Stanley (1889-1970) - Friend from California, writer of mysteries, famous for Ellery Queen.
Genee, Edythe Hope (1904-1976) - Friend from California, illustrator and poet. Editor of 'American Bard' poetry magazine.
Hecht, Ben (1894-1964) - Acqaintance from Chicago, screenwriter of Hollywood movies.
Hutchinson, Hubbard (1896-1934) - Friend from New York, musician, author of travel books. Dedication:  "Stilled Music".
Johnson, Ronald D. (1915-1963) - Friend from Carmel, reporter for the Carmel Pine Cone.
Jones, Nettie Mae (1903-1993) - Friend from California & Kansas, book reviewer, helped prepare ‘Memory Room’.
Joy, Herman C.
- Principal of the Hollywood Adult Evening School.
Keene, Florence R.
(1890-1993) - Friend from California, poet. Editor of Westward, magazine of verse. Corresponded with Blanding.
Krauss, Bob (-present) - Friend from Hawaii, columnist for the Advertiser, author of several books on Hawaii.
Kuno, Hazel Flora (1908-1990) - Friend from Hollywood, California. Ran the Hollywood Evening School of poetry.
Lathem, Maude Alison - Friend, editor of 'Science of Mind' magazine.
Lawrence, Arthur - President of the Comanche County Historical Society, late 50's.
Lea, Fanny Heaslip (1884-1955) - Friend from Hawaii, author of books & articles. Dedication: ‘Mexican Creeper,’and ‘Fire On Ice'.
Leavitt, Charles C.
(1903-1985) - Friend from Carmel, writer for the Liberty Magazine.
Lewis, Howard C. - Friend from New York, Vice President of Dodd, Mead & Co., publisher of most of Don Blanding's books.
Long, Max Freedom (1890-1971) - Friend from Hawaii, photographerof Blanding,’ author of books on Huna in later years.
Lovell, Charles S. (?-present) - Contemporary biographer of  Don Blanding, living in Washington state
Malone, Ted (1908-1989) - Friend from California, radio personality, editor of many poetry books, some with DB's work.
Maloney, Mildred Maureen (1911-1974) - Friend from Nebraska, did thesis on Blanding.
Marquis, Neeta (1877-1960) - Friend from California, writer and musician.
Martin, Nell Columbia Boyer (1890-1968)  - Friend from California,  co-wrote five short stories for various fiction magazines.
May, Buelah (1883-1959) - Friend from Santa Ana, California, writer & poet. Column "Modern Poets", which featured Blanding.
Mayer, Stanley Dehler
(1909-1988) - Publisher of 'Fantasy' poetry magazine in Pittsburh, Pennsylvania.
McGriff, Jennye
(1899-1984) - Published Blanding's poetry in "Think Tank." Died in Palm Beach, Florida.
McIntosh, Burr (1862-1942) - Publisher, Actor. Dedication: ‘Through Different Eyes’.
Mellon, Kathleen Dickenson (1891-1969) - Hawaiian poet & author, wife of George Mellen.
Miller, Ross C.  - Friend from Hawaii & Carmel, co-publisher of the Carmel Pine Cone.
Miller, Thelma B. - Friend from Carmel, co-publisher of the Carmel Pine Cone.
Mitchell, Ruth Comfort
(1882-1954) - Friend from California, author.
Northe, James Neill (1903-1993) - Friend from California, pen & ink, painting. also poet, author and magazine editor.
O’Brien, Frederick J.
(1869-1932) - Friend from California, writer.
Platt, S. Phelps, Jr.
(1918-2000) - Secretary for Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
Riddell, Hamilton - Friend from California, writer.
Roberts, Ruby Altizer (1907-present) - Poet of Virginia, editor of 'Lyric'. Wrote 'Command the Stars', which Blanding illustrated.
Roth, Samuel (1893-1974) - Editor of ‘American Aphrodite’, which featured poems by Blanding.
Saunders, Mona - Aquaintence from Camarillo, California. Corresponded.
Seymour, Betty
(1899-1980) - Friend from Hawaii, editor of newspapers.
Sharp, Marjorie
Ellen (1911-1996) - Friend from California, wife of Rexford Sharp, co-editor of American Bard.
Sharp, Rexford W
ordsmith (1901-1957) - Friend from California, editor of 'Country Bard' and 'American Bard' poetry journels.
Shippey, Lee Henry (1884-1969) - Author and columnist for the Los Angeles Times, "The Lee Side ‘O LA."
Slota, D. Fred
(?-present) - Treasurer of Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.
Stafford, Moreland - Friend from California, typed and edited "Let Us Dream"
Stevens, Lorraine T. - Friend and short story writer. Various dedications as The Rowdy Duchess and L.T.S.
Thomas, Godfrey - Friend from California, publisher of magazine 'Let’s Live'.
Thorpe, Betty (1910-1963) - Friend from Hawaii, young writer of 'David', and ‘Fioretta; A Tale of Italy’, which Blanding illustrated.
Tsutsumi, Cheryl Chee (?-present) - Modern author of Blanding article.
Von Tempski (Ball), Armine (1899-1943) - Friend from Hawaii & California, writer. Dedication: ‘Remembering a wish’.
Wagner,
Rob Leicester (1872-1942) - Editor of 'Rob Wagner's Script', which featured some of Blanding's poetry.
Warren, Grace Tower (1878-1971) - Friend from Hawaii, writer. Provided name "May Day is Lei Day" worked for Star-Bulletin.
Watkins, Louise Ward (1890-1974) - Friend from California, poet, playwright & author.
Wright, Harold Bell (1872-1944) - Popular California author.
Vanderhoef, Isabel St. G. -  Friend from New York & Carmel.


Radio Personalities:

Albright, Edwin J. "Eddie" (1893-1970) - Broadcaster from KNX, Los Angeles. Blanding first went on the air with Eddie.
Culver, Howard (1919-1984) - Announcer for 'A Joy Forever' on KFRC
, San Francisco, and KFI, Los Angeles.
Ely, Howard - Organist for Ted Malone's "Between the Bookends" on radio.
Fitzgerald, Don -
Broadcaster from KGMB, Hawaii. Friend from Minnesota days, Blanding was godfather of Don Fitzgerald, Jr.
Glen, Irma (?-1983) - Friend from California, composer of music, especially for Church of Science. Organist for NBC Radio.
Grant, Larry - Friend from KHON,
Hawaii. Regularly read Blanding's poetry in the 50's.
Jacobs, Ron (1937-present) - Acquaintence from California, Radio personality,
author of ‘Backdoor Waikiki.
MacCormack, Franklyn (1906-1971) - Radio performer, who read much Blanding material.
Malone, Ted [Frank Alden Russell] (1908-1989) - California friend, radio personality, read and published Don's poetry.
McNeill, Donald T. (1907-1996) - Friend from Chicago, the 'Breakfast Club' radio show.
Shuler, Henry Philip -
Broadcaster, "Your Friendly Philosopher," from KFAC of Los Angeles.
Smith, Ed -
Broadcaster friend.
TeeGarden, Lewis W.  -
Broadcaster friend from KFWB, Los Angeles. Dedication: ‘Slumbertime...’


Various Friends and Acquaintences:

Abernathy, Caledonia - Friend from Oklahoma, Blanding's childhood maid. Several dedications.
Adams, Evangeline - Astrologer from New York City, gave Don a reading.
Addington, Jack - Friend.
Addington, Pat - Friend.
Aiken, Lulu Piper (1887-1984) - Friend from Oregon.
Albright, Alice Finn (1905-1989) - Friend from Los Angeles, wife of radio man Eddie Albright.
'Alf' - Dog Blanding owned in Carmel, California Vagabond's House.
Allen, Keahi - Coordinator of the Kamehameha Day hula competition, met Blanding as a child.
Amalu, Charles - Of royal Hawaiian descent, participated in memorial service, carrying Don's ashes.
Anderson, Peggy Center - Was the lead in "Hula Moon," by Blanding. Wife of R. Alex Anderson.
Applequist, Arnold - Friend who introduced Don to Milton Wassmer.
Argetsinger, John "Jack" (1915-1978) - Close friend from California. Dedication "The Double Life".

Ay, Evelyn
Margaret - Miss America 1954, from Pennsylvania - Read Blanding poetry at contest.
Baldwin, Delmar (Mr. & Mrs) - Friends from Indiahoma, Oklahoma. Saw much in 1946.
Ball, Alfred Lathrop - Friend from Hawaii & California, husband of Armine Von Tempski.
Beaudette, Mimi Lord - Friend from Carmel, wife of Palmer.
Beaudette, Palmer T. (1914-1968) - Friend from Carmel, husband of Mimi.
Beaudette, Suzanne Luise (1937-?)  - Daughter of Palmer and Mimi.
Benbough, Legler - Friend from California, son of Percy J. Benbough.
Benbough, Percy J.
- Friend from California, Blanding stayed at his house, ‘Descanso.’
Bennison, Faye G. - President of Vernon Kilns, when Blanding was designing Vernonware designs.
Bicknell, Colonel George W. (1893-1972) - Pilot of the Clipper which took Blanding to Hawaii in 1937.
Blanden, Alex - Friend from San Francisco.
Blom, Anna - Russian friend from Olympia, Washington, bookstore owner. Dedication: ‘A Dish of Ice Cream’.
Booth, Edna - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. President of the American Legion Auxiliary.
Bostick, Daisy F. (1872-1970) - Friend from Carmel, real estate agent and author, sold Blanding his Carmel home.
Bracken, Mr. - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Owned a fruit stand.
Brandon, Pat - Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Bray, David K. "Daddy" - Friend from Hawaii, held Hawaiian service and scattered Don's ashes over Waikiki Beach.
Brooks, Alma - Friend from San Francisco.
Brown, Wilfred - Husband of poet Elinor Edith Henry Brown.
Bukeley, Lucinda (1882-1963) - Friend from early days in Hawaii.
Bukeley, Margie - Friend from Hawaii. Married a McFarlane.
Bukeley, Rudolph - Friend from Hawaii.
Burdette, Palmer - Friend from the East.
Burkholder, Laurel Jean (1951-?) - Daughter of Esther Baldwin York.
Burkholder, Ray Edwin (1917-1993) - Husband of Esther Baldwin York.
Burson, Mrs. - Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma. Originally from Boston.
Busbee, Ed (1911-1985) - Friend from St. Peters, Florida.
Butler, Otis L. - Friend from Hawaii, became 2nd lieutenant with DB at Schofield Barracks, and went to Camp Grant.
Butt, Patricia - Friend from Florida, Blanding's Secretary in Fort Pierce.
Byer, Richard - Friend from Jacks' Peak, California.
Byrne, Dick and Margaret - Friends from Hawaii and California, "condiment shelf" based on their kitchen.
Byrne, Jesse M. (1877-1963) - Fourth grade teacher in Lawton, Oklahoma.
Campbell, George - Childhood friend from Lawton, blind.
Carroll, Mr. - Lawton High School principal of Blanding's.
Chastek, Joseph Walter (1908-1995) - Friend from California, owner of restaurant 'Vagabond's House' in Los Angeles.
Ching, Charlotte - Friend from Hawaii.
Clark, Dean Harold - Friend from Provo, Utah. Dean of Brigham Young University.
Cockburn, Evelyn - Daughter of James Cockburn.
Cockburn, James Lawrence (1890-1959) - Friend from Carmel.
Cockburn, Lorraine Lowrie (1935-?) - Daughter of Ranald and Bonney Cockburn. May have married a Devere.
Coleman, Bruce - Friend.
Corkett, Charles H. (?-1930) - Friend from Bend, Oregon. Hired young Donald to design posters for his cafe in 1912.
Creager, Billie Jean (1925-1995) - Friend from California, sister of Scotty.
Creager, Margaret (1902-?) - Friend from California, sister of Scotty.
Creager, Pinkie C. (1881-1966) - Friend from California, mother of Scotty.
Creager, William Robert (1878-1952) - Friend from California, father of Scotty.
Cruse, Winston S. (1899-1960) - Friend from El Segundo, California. Present at Blanding's death.
Daingerfield, L. H. - Friend from Hawaii & California.
Danahy, Virginia Temple - Correspondent of Don's.
De Berry, Sara - Young friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Won essay contest.
De Moe, Babette J. - Young friend from Carmel, California, pilot.
Derby, Tom and Helen - Friends from Nevada, ran the Flying Flapjack Ranch.
Donnell, Lorene "Donnie" - Friend from Los Angeles.
Draper, Mr. - Grocer friend from Yakima, Washington.
Earhart, Amelia (1897-1937) - Friend from New York, pilot & author of several books. Dedication: ‘Flight’.
Eaton, Colonel (1881-1966) - Founder of Forest Lawn Cemetaries. Dedication: ‘The Spirit of Forest Lawn’.
Eaton, John - Friend from Carmel, puppeteer and dancer, brother of Mitzi.
Eaton, Mitzi - Friend from Carmel, puppeteer and dancer, sister of John.
Elliott, Zoe - Friend from Carmel, California.

Englar, Myrtle (1887-1985) - Friend from Fort Pierce, Florida.
Eric, Murray - Friend from Los Angeles, architect - built the L.A. Times Building & Inglewood race track.
Evans, Anne - Friend from Atherton, California.
Fahrney, Lieutenant Delmar - Was the male lead in "Hula Moon," by Blanding.
Farrington, Wallace Rider (1871-1933) - Honolulu newspaper publisher, and governor of Hawaiian Territory.
Fee, David - Friend fr
om Ft. Pierce, was stationed in
Honolulu, Hawaii.
Finn, W. E. - Husband of poet Eugenia Townsend Finn.
Fish, John Charles Lounsbury (1870-1962) - Former owner of Blanding's House in Carmel, professor at Stanford.
Fong, Jin - Owner of Fong’s Inn, early advertising client.
Frankenfield, Budd Doble - Friend from California.
Frankenfield, Mabel Williams - Friend from California.
Frazier, Charles Russell - Advertising Company owner, Blanding’s boss.
Genee, Fred L. (1882-1949) - Friend from California., acknowledgement in ‘Today is Here’, Married Edythe in 1932.
Geronimo - Childhood acquaintence from Lawton, Oklahoma. Fort Sill prisoner.
Goodwin, R. L. - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida.
Gore, Thomas P. - Blind Senator from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Greer, Russell W. (1910-1975) - Friend from El Segundo, California. Present at Blanding's death.
Hado - Friend. Dedication: ‘Tryst’, "Moon Moths’.
Hamon, Jake - Acquaintence from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Handley, Peggy - Friend from California, secretary. Acknowledgement in ‘Today is Here’.
Hare, Nancy - Friend from 1930 Pennsylvania. Blanding stayed at her house.
Harper, Lotus Alexander - Helped form the Don Blanding poetry club in 1945.
Harris, Granny - Friend. Dedication: ‘To Granny Harris’.
Hayes, Homer Allen (1914-?) - Friend from Hawaii. Law major at U.S.C. in 1937.
Hegenberger, Albert Francis - Pilot. Dedication: ‘Two Who Followed...’.
Henderson, Lois Toy - Friend from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Henderson, Lucile (1898-1973) - Friend from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Herringshaw, Colonel William - Friend from San Francisco, husband of Inez Herringshaw.
Herringshaw, Inez P. (1880-1971) - Friend from San Francisco, wife of Col. William Herringshaw.
Hibbard, George - Friend from Burns, Oregon, handicapped.
Hickman, Irene, D.O. (1915-1995) - Hypnotist friend from California, author.
Hoehn, William F. - Friend from Enid, Oklahoma.
Holmes, Ernest (1887-1960) - Founder of Religious Science. Acknowledgement ‘Grand Time Living’.
Hopkins, R. W. - Friend from Fort Pierce, Florida.
Hotaling, Jack - Friend from Los Angeles.
Johns, H. J. - Friend from Carmel, California.
Jones, Lehua - Friend from Hawaii, from ‘Hula Moons’.
Jones, Paul - Friend from Hawaii,
entomologist & perfumer. Dedication: ‘Panaroma’ Island Perfumes.
Jordan, Jack - Friend from Carmel, California.
Kalaukalani, (Aunty) Pinau - Friend, ‘Hula Moons’, ‘Aunty Pinau’.
Kawahara, Mr. - client, from Aji-No-Moto Company.
Keene, Florence - Acqaintence in San Francisco, California.
Keheley, Fay E. - Friend from Nashville, Tennessee.
Kitchel, Helen Binney - Friend. Dedication: "Signs of the Times’.
Kubel, Phil - Friend. Dedication: "Black Swan’.
Lamm, Rev. Eugene - Friend from the Fort Cobb School, Oklahoma, & the Missouri Military Academy.
La Point, Edna Mae - Friend from California.
Larsen, Nils Paul (1890-1964) - Doctor friend from Hawaii. Head of the Queen's Hospital, treater of venereal disease.
Levering, Laura Barnum - Friend from New York & Conn. Dedication: ‘Let Us Dream’. Introduced Don to the art world in 1928.

Lindsay, Frank S. - Close friend from Hawaii, trustee of Don's estate.
Lindsay, Lily Doris - Close friend from Hawaii, wife of Frank S. Lindsey.
Loco, John - Friend, Apache interpreter from Lawton days.
London, Charmian - Friend.
Lynch, Tommy - Friend from San Francisco.
Maitland, Lester (1899-1990) - pilot. Dedication: ‘Two Who Followed...’.
Makaiwi, Agnes - Lei-selling friend from Honolulu, Hawaii.
May, Donald Curtis (1889-1971) - Friend from Bend, climbed mountains with Blanding.
Mayfield, John S. - Friend from Bend, Oregon (J. S. M.)  Four Roads dedication.
McAdam, Mrs. M. V. B. - Friend from Carmel, California.
McCabe, Jean - Friend.
McClaim, Margaret - Friend.
McClure, Mabel B. - Librarian at the Enid Carnegie Library in the 1940's.
McComb - Friend, Commander of Luke Field, Pearl Harbor.
McFarlane, Margie Bukeley - Friend from Hawaii.
McMahon, Gene - Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma. Son of Mrs. McMahon.
McMahon, Mrs.
E. P.  - Friend from Lawton, Oklahoma. Gave Donald five piano lessons as a child.
McMahon, Lucille V. (1904-1994) - Friend from Honolulu, registered nurse. Had breakfast with Blanding on Saturdays.
McMurray, Nellie Hayes - Friend from Seattle, Washington.
McReynolds, Johnny - Friend. Dedication: ‘Eyes Front’.
Meade, Lillian - Friend from Houston, Texas.
Mellen, George Alfred (1875-1977) - Friend, worked at advertising agency.
Married to Kathleen Dickerson Mellen.
Minton, Max (1898-1989) - Childhood friend from Enid, Oklahoma.
Molloy, Maurice (1912-1974) - Friend from Los Angeles, California.

Moore, Jean - Young friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Won essay contest.
Moore, Wayne - Young friend from Ft. Pierce, stationed at Randolph Field, Texas.
Moreland, Josie "Mother" - Friend from Tujunga, California.

Murphy, Segeant Pat - Friend from Signal Corps, Camp Bowie, Texas - formerly of Fort Shafter, Hawaii.
Narramore, Captain Charles L. "Ted" (?-1953) - Friend, ‘Ah Mang Chu’, Captain of the MV Metomkin.
Neal, Mrs. Leo A. - Childhood friend from Enid, Oklahoma.
Nelson, Hugh - Friend in Denver, Colorado, idea man.
Nichols, Leona - Friend from Portland, Oregon. Led the "Keep America Singing" campaign in area.
Nobel, Reverend James - Baptized Blanding in Lawton, Oklahoma.
Padrick, Mr. - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Owner of Chevrolet dealership.
"Pal" - A town mutt in Carmel.
Parker, Quannah (1850-1911) - Acqaintance from Lawton, famous indian chief.
Peek, Ralph - Friend from Lawton, Oklahoma. Supplied photo of Mt. Scott which inspired "A Name for My Mountain.
Peterson, Commander M. J. - Friend from Carmel, California.
Pitelle, Tiana - Friend from Hawaii. Ran a shop, and discussed fabric designs with Blanding and Edythe.
Prine, Kay - Knew Blanding when she was young, in Carmel, California.
Putnam, Dorothy Binney (1888-1982) - Friend from Oregon, New York & Florida. Later his wife. Dedication: book ‘Floridays’
Putnam, George Palmer (1887-1950) - Friend from Oregon & New York, husband of Dorothy Binney & Amelia Earhart.
Read, Nina Bowman (1906-1988) - First Lei Day queen.

Richards, Mary - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida.
Rigo, Manuel - Friend, from ‘Hula Moons.'
Robertson, Judge Alexander G. M. - Chief Justice of Hawaii, established Regatta Day.
Robertson, Mrs. A. G. M. - President of the Outdoor Circle.
Robertson, Julia - Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma, purchased Donald's first artwork while he was in high school.
Roosa, Gail
(1942-?) - Friend, daughter of Jimmy, ‘Soldier’s Baby’.
Roosa, Jimmy - Friend. Dedication: ‘Soldier’s Baby’
.
Roseboom, Effa (1898-1997) - Formed the Lawton Don Blanding poetry club in 1945, and the Enid club in 1984.
Roseboom, George (1894-1961) - Helped form the Don Blanding poetry club in 1945.
Royce, Stephen - client, The Huntington Hotel, Pasadena.
Rude, Chester (1885-1971) - Friend from Los Angeles, California.
Rude, Lorraine Frankenfeld (1897-1986) - Friend from Los Angeles, California.
Russell, Fred - Friend from Carmel, California.
Ryan, Margaret - Friend from Taos, New Mexico.
Sawtelle, Carmen (1891-1976) - Friend from Hawaii & California, dancer. Dedication: ‘The Sixth Sense’. Wife of Ed Sawtelle.
Sawtelle, Courtland (1916-1990) - Son of Edwin & Carmen Sawtelle.
Sawtelle, Prentice (1912-1952) - Son of Edwin & Carmen Sawtelle.
Schoenemann, Walter - Young friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Won essay contest.
Seffers, Jay W. - Military friend from Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Sexton, Waldo (1885-1967) - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Ran the McKee Jungle Gardens.
Shephard, Major Chester A. - Friend from California, Wampus Club, Hollywood.
Shepard, Eli
za London (1867-1939) - Friend, stepsister of Jack London, ran Jack London Ranch in Glen Ellen, California.
Shinn, John Kirk, Jr. - Friend. Dedication: book ‘Stowaways’.
Sierka, Theodore (1908-1978) - Friend from Carmel, California.
Simon, Rev. Charles M. - Reverend of the Church of Religious Science, who held service for Blanding in Hawaii.
Smart, Richard - Friend from Hawaii, owner of the Parker Ranch, the largest ranch in Hawaii.
Smeltzer, Stanley
(1898-1979) - Friend from South Vero Beach, Florida. Ran fruit stand.
Smith, Allan - Jeweller friend from California.
Smith, Bob - Friend from Carmel, California.
Snyder, Arthur - Friend from New York, son of Josephine Snyder.
Snyder, Josephine - Friend from New York, mother of Arthur Snyder.
Southard, Mary - Friend from California, very close to Edyhte Hope Genee, and knew Kay Mallek.

Spannagel, Clara - Friend from Hollywood, California.
Spencer, Helen Rowe (1901-1991) -
Friend from Carmel, co-owner of Spencer's House of Cards, purchased Blanding's house in 1940.
Spencer, Robert (1901-1989) - Friend from Carmel, co-owner of Spencer's House of Cards, purchased Blanding's house in 1940.
Ste
phens, Ron - Old schoolmate from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Sterns, Gwendolyn - Friend from Carmel, California.
Stewart, Miller M. - Friend.
Stotts, J. Plankton - Friend. Dedication: ‘Success Story’.
Sturgeon, Betty (?-1941) - Friend from California, had tuberculosis.
Sulit, Mrs. Mariano (1890-1980) - Lawyer from Phillipines, met in San Francisco.
Tennent, Hugh (1887-1967) - Friend from Hawaii, lawyer. Husband of artist Madge Tennent.
Tennis, Langdon - Friend who met Blanding at Avon Park Air Force Base, Florida. Husband of Mildred.
Tennis, Mildred - Friend who met Blanding at Avon Park Air Force Base, Florida. Wife of Langdon.
Terry, Blair - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida.
Thompson, Marge Bishop - Friend from California.
Tomlinson, Curlee - Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Tousley, Dr. -
Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma. Presumably husband of woman from Boston.
Tousley, Mrs. -
Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma. Originally from Boston.
Van Guilder, John S. - Friend. Dedication: ‘Oddly Enough’.
Vance, Dazzy (1891-1961) - Friend from St. Peters, Florida. Ex-baseball player.
Ventura, Sophie - Lei-selling friend from Honolulu, Hawaii.
Vogel, Paul Verthel (1920-1994) - Friend from Seattle, Washington.
Walker, Maxwell (1916-1996) - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida, handicapped. Dedication: 'Twelve Steps'.
Warren, John Trenholm (1979-1967) - Husband of Grace Tower Warren.
Webb, Elizabeth
"Aunty" Lahilahi Robers - Friend from Honolulu,  dedication: ‘Mokihana Lei.'
Weisner, Ed - Cadet friend.
Whalley, Raymond (1911-1972) - Doctor, acknowledgement in ‘Today is Here’.
Whipp, Sheridan (1892-1990) - Friend. Dedication: ‘When Beauty Strikes...’.
Wild, Josephine - Friend from White City (Ohio?).
Wild, Urban E. - Friend from Hawaii, became 2nd lieutenant with DB at Schofield Barracks, and went to Camp Grant.
Wilder, Betty - Daughter-in-law of Kimo and Sarah Wilder, wife of Jimmy Wilder.
Wilder, Gerrit Parmile (1863-1935) - Husband of Lillian Kimball Wilder.
Wilder, Kinau - Daughter of Kimo & Sarah Wilder.
Wilder, Kinau - Granddaughter of Kimo & Sarah Wilder, daughter of Jimmy & Betty Wilder.
Wilder, James A. H. "Jimmy" - Son of Kimo and Sarah Wilder.
Wilder, Lillian Kimble - Friend. Dedication: ‘Night-Blooming Cereus’.
Williams, J. C. - Friend, Lietenant on Luke Field, Pearl Harbor.
Williams, John - Carpenter from Carmel, California, who worked on the Vagabond's House.
Williams, Leroy "Roy" (1881-?) - Friend from Denver, Colorado - met on cruise ship to Hawaii.
Williams, Ida (1883-?) - Friend from Denver, Colorado - met on cruise ship to Hawaii.
Wilson, Ethel Warren - Friend from Carmel, California.
Winslow, Paul - Friend from Honolulu.
Winslow, Ruth Anderson - Friend from Hawaii, performer in the early Junior League Follies, which Blanding directed.
Wright, Jeanne - Cloths designer, co-creators of "Waikiki Willie" designs with Blanding.
Wright, Mr. -
Childhood friend from Lawton, Oklahoma.
Yonge, Ruth (1896-1967) - Friend from Ft. Pierce, Florida. Frequent party guest at Immokolee.
Zimmerman, Edythe Hope - See Edythe Hope Genee. Maiden name.
Zimmerman, Fannie H. - Relative of Edythe's.
Zimmerman, Sarah Frances - Friend, mother of Edythe Hope Genee. Dedication: ‘Mountain Woman’.

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