Roger F. Shoemaker, member of Band Camp. This was his book. Looks like he was a popular guy.
George S. Pomeroy, member of El Toro II camp. With Meade Minnigerode, adapted the lyrics to the lighthearted version of the famous Yale Whiffenpoof Song! That wasn't their only musical collaboration. List of 50 member.
Everett Mason, Club member. General Engineer & Dry Dock Co.
Tom C. Girton, member of El Toro II. Manager of the Summer Symphony Association, agent of San Carlo Opera Company, co-inventor of motor cycle street sweeper that was mentioned in Aug 1916 edition of Popular Science.
John A. Schaertzer, member of Band camp. Listed as an Other Participant for this play. Chief Deputy Clerk in a California Court.
Harold B. Keeler, member of Band camp. Dentist. Listed as an Other Participant for this play.
Charles J. Stohl, member of the Club. Played a tuba for this play.
Henry A. Auerbach, member of Band camp.
Alfred Arriola, member of the Club, leader of the Club Band 1933-40, trumpet player, conductor, composer. Composed music for 1927 Cremation of Care.
William C. Olsen, member of Band camp. Listed as an Other Participant for this play.
Leo W. Meyer, member of Band camp. Yale graduate in Forestry. A Bohemian Club director from 1939-41
M.P. Mohr, member of Tunerville. Played a trumpet for this play. V.P. of a San Francisco company.
Herbert Donald Stockton, member of Tunerville. Artist, cartoonist, San Francisco Examiner, and Call-Bulletin. Apprentice of Bohemian cartoonist Jimmie Swinnerton. Played a horn for this play.
Peter Alexander Ilyin, member of the Club. Noted artist.
Frank E. Rodolph, member of the Club. List of 50 Member. Stanford graduate. Dentist.
Roy S. Folger, noted Club raconteur. List of 50 Member. Insurance agent.
William P. Morgan, member of the Club.
Louis A. Steiger, Club member. San Francisco area brick maker.
J. Downey Harvey, member of Esplandian camp. Lawyer, administrator of California governor John G. Downey, also his nephew. Also the nephew and heir of society leader Eleanor Martin.
Henri Deering, classical pianist.
Edgar M. Swasey, member of Esplandian camp. Advertising specialist.
Richard E. Doyle, Jr, son of successful investment banker, relative of former S.F. Mayor and California Senator James D. Phelan, who was also a Club member. Attorney, judge. Thanked in Acknowledgements section of Volume IX of the Club Annals for his help in preparing elements of the book, though it seems likely it’s actually his son. He played Wamba, The Jester.
Harry Budd, member of Dog House camp. Artist. List of Fifty Member. He played Athelstane, of Coningsburgh.
Oscar C. Lebart, member of Taiyakaoiyak camp. Insurance.
J. Harold Weise. Club raconteur. Club V.P. from 1952-3. Club President 1953-5. List of 50 Member. Assistant US Attorney, San Francisco. He was the Production Manager for this play.
Frank Van Sloun, Club member. Artist who painted San Francisco Clubhouse Grove Mural. Bohemian Club director from 1922-26, 1931-36. His paintings sell for thousands of dollars.
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Alvin P. Baukol, Band camp. Part of the Dancing Group for this play.
Charles P. Chamberlain, Band camp. Joined club in 1898. Likely the father of the other C.P. Chamberlain. They were involved with Oil, Gas, Mining, and Railroads.
E Ray Campbell, Band camp. Listed as an Other Participant for this play. Unknown if this is the E. Ray Campbell who would later become president and general council of The Denver Post.
Charles Tait, San Francisco Port Director.
Philip H. Arnot, Band camp. MD, FACS.
Marsden Argall, Aviary camp. List of 50 member. He played Richard, Coer de Lion, King of England. San Francisco Opera baritone.
Edward F. Jake, Tunerville. Played a trombone for this play.
H. Clinton Lewis - Apparently a Freemason. List of Fifty Member. Played a viola for this play. High School music supervisor.
Gabriel Moulin, Captain of Dark Room camp. Noted photographer. Bohemian Club requested he photograph their outings beginning 1898. Commissioned to photograph 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. In the mid 1930s, Moulin Studios was commissioned to photograph the construction of the Golden Gate and San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridges. A very significant California photographer.
William R. Loewenfels, Club member. Southern Pacific.
Matteo Sandona, Pig’n Whistle camp. List of 50 Member. A Bohemian Club director from 1941-45. Co-Founded California Society of Artists. Member of the Group Jury for Paintings and Drawings at the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. His paintings sell for tens of thousands of dollars. Known most for his society portraits of Hawaii and California elites.
Frederick W. McNulty, member, lawyer.
Henry H. Taylor, of Taylor & Taylor printing fame.
Tommy Chapman, Tunerville.
Charles L. Safford, "Tommy". Composer for Grove Play Joan. Harvard graduate. Chorister of the Harvard Club of New York. Arranger, composer, musician, musical trainer.
Winfred E. Burnham, member. Burnham Plumbing Co. of San Francisco.
Andy Anderberg. Either Andy is a nickname or this is Arthur Anderberg’s relative. Arthur was in Band camp.
Albert Bernasconi, Band camp. Sculptor, master stonecutter, involved with Hearst Castle. Listed as an Other Participant for this play.
Lloyd E. Wasson, Band camp.
Ernest L. Chapman
Edward F. Schneider, composed music for three Grove Plays: The Triumph of Bohemia, Apollo and Nanda. A Bohemian Club director from 1913-17, 1919-21. Was a bass in the chorus for this play.
Russell Clinkenbeard, Band camp. Dentist, 32 degree Freemason at Oakland, CA lodge. Listed as an Other Participant for this play.
Howard Baxter, Club member. Automotive industry.
Alfred L. Flock, member. Dentist.
Lowell N. Peterson, Band camp. Dentist.
William R. Richards, Band camp.
Clarke E. Wayland, El Toro II. V.P. Western Asbestos Co, Chairman of the Board of San Francisco Federal Savings & Loan. He played Little John. A Bohemian Club director from 1950-54, Club President from 1957-9.
Ferdinand Burgdorff, Mayor of Bromley Camp. Carmel by the Sea and Monterrey area artist. List of 50 Member. His paintings sell for thousands of dollars.
Solon C. Leonhaeuser, Band camp. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company.
William E. Knuth, Tunerville. S.F. State College Music Teacher. Played a bassoon for this play.
George W. Donaldson, Club member.
Oliver W. Johnson, Tunerville. Played a bass for this play.
Leslie J. Schivo, Tunerville. Dietician. S.F Symphony and Bohemian oboist forever remembered at the Club for English horn solo intro to Cremation’s barcarole.
Charles Pres. Chamberlain, Band camp. Joined 1911.
Charles E. Tryner, Tunerville.
Austin M. Fraser, Club member. Played a flute for this play.
Charles Hart, Tunerville. List of 50 Member. Musical Director of Camp Orchestra, composer, pianist, arranger, conductor. Associated with Standard Hour on S.F. radio. Composer of FOUR Grove Plays: St. Francis of Assisi, The Sorcerer’s Drum, Saul, and Rip Van Winkle. Composer of Cremation of Care’s barcarole and “Beauty‘s Vassals“. Composer of “Woodland Voices”.
Norman E. Rotermund, Tunerville. Played percussion for this play.
Theodore C. Muegge, Bien Venido camp. Dentist.
Emil Stern, Tunerville. Played a clarinet for this play.
George F. Keil, Tunerville. Only piano player listed for this play.
Henry L. Perry, a Club historian and Choir Master. Listed in the Production credits as being involved with Properties, Costumes, and Scenery.
Frank H. with Owl figure. Possible Club member candidates for who this was: California Forester Frank Hand, first Director of Organization at the Head Office in Canada of the United Ancient Order of Druids, or Frank Hinman, a S.F. Urologist.
Karl Fuhrman, Tunerville. Listed in production notes as Librarian. Author of various prose, song, and verse works dedicated to Bohemian Club.
Warren D. Horner, Toyland Camp. Opthamologist.
Leonard W. Buck, Better ‘Ole camp. M.D.
Reginald Travers, stage actor, director of Grove Plays Ilya of Murom, John of Nepomuk, The Rout of the Philistines, Semper Virens, Wings, St Francis of Assisi, A Gest of Robin Hood, St. Patrick at Tara, Ivanhoe, Saul, The Golden Talisman, and The Cosmic Jest!
Dorman Henry Smith, Ink Pot camp. A Bohemian Club director from 1953-4, 1955-6. Artist, editorial cartoonist, draftsman. His work was sent out to over 500 newspapers.
Charles G. Norris, T-N-T camp. Journalist, author of this Grove Play, The Rout of the Philistines, A Gest of Robin Hood, and Saul, as well as novels. Brother of author Frank who was a Stage Manager for this production, husband of author Kathleen. A Bohemian Club director from 1938-40.
Harry I. Wiel, Musician, M.D., Instructor in Medicine at UC Medical School, S.F. Composer of the music for this play.
James H. Todd, Tunerville. Violinist, member of Club’s string quartet. He conducted the Bohemian Club Symphony Orchestra for this play.
Paul C. Morgan, Club member.
James W. Morgan, M.D.
Frank Bristol, Club member.
Fred C. Neumeister, Club member. Bohemian Club Assistant Secretary and Manager from 1944-58.
Jack Hetzel, played an oboe for this play. Author of music instruction books.
Joseph M. Cumming, Member. Lawyer, businessman.
Edward James White, Tunerville. TV Producer.
Edward H. Towler, Tunerville. Member of another Club string quartet which formed the year this play was performed. Played a violin for this play.
Armand J. Leport, Tunerville. Played a violin for this play.
Will G. Corlett, Tunerville. Architect, structural engineer. Played a flute for this play.
Arthur W. Seppich, Band.
G. Gibson Paul, member.
Fred M. Dorward, Tunerville. Played a violin for this play. Dorward Terminal Company.
Easton Kent, Rattlers Camp. Businessman. List of 50 Member. Freemason.
F. Pierce Spinks, Tunerville. Theosophist author. Played viola for this play. Pacific Vegetable Oil Corporation.
Owen C. Dickson, Tunerville. UC Berkeley Medical School Assistant Professor of Optometry. Member of the same string quartet as Towler. Played a cello for this play.