LANDMARKS CLUB, The, an associa tion incorporated in California, in 1895, and having for object the preservation of the monu ments and historic landmarks of that State.
raises funds through private subscription and in the course of its existence has carried On a State-wide campaign of education for the preservation of the Indian and early Spanish remains in California. Many of the old missions were crumbling until the club in stituted the necessary repairs to preserve these interating relics for posterity. The club has reroofed nearly an acre and a half of mis sion -buildings, repaired and safeguarded full half a mile of mission walls. It has so pre served the most important parts of three of the noblest monuments of California history and romance that they will stand for a century. These are the missions of San Juan Capistrano, San Fernando and Pala. In recent years the work of the club has been greatly extended by the founding of Local Cloisters, each of which ebneentrates its efforts in its immediate local ity. Membership dues are $1 per year and life diembership with diploma cost $25.
r'13AiNDOIS, Hermann, German itiolcistist: b. Miinster, Germany, 19 April 1835; He entered the priesthood, but in 1859 taisiettlisi.attention to science, and in 1873 was appointed 'professor of zoology at the Academy of ;Milosiebrnand-: head of the zoological inuseuui•-He,ist•,the author of 'Sound and Voice' Apparatuol•sf -Iosepts! .(1867); ' Text Boctk of .,Zopiese .. (18.70).444.q'ext-Book of z(t.Voices %HO) ; CreXtBook 0:4 An ozeknlieristotmlaewurkfri0144)44 character. \ til;ILANDOIS; Leta ebil Christian Clemens i Gorman physiologist: 11:: Munster, Germany;r4 bee:-3837; d. 1902:- He .'Ss' a brother of' ft: (q.v.), and was educated at the thtt versity of Griefswald and had been professtift of physiology there from 1872. Ile'was•widelio known as an Original investigattsi•• /mil .- 'the discoverer of blobd pulse tta.nifusibnii' and lag published 'Le Maladeohdls Venx) (1877) ; 'Mandel (1878)F < Traite coati let (1886)4 tl.",ehrbuch doe physibusgiewol2ehriedd
1909), etc. J.TRA az', h.:-IrrAiri :Pv.piTAa LANp .. poet, better kn L. Otik, ” 1 ' ' • ee . tt,l E. .° : b. Chels ' : o', - .. Cape Coast Cakt1 ' '.,eqt[itkii,... i,' Vd4 wrote much for- trte shrotal 'tittars . was 'tong i.,6piiia- uen i'iii; -i6 )95k6 4 ei: i 1838 site' s /- ,"0e6r0,3facLean, in weStit' 7 " lih , he was goyernor. She died `the'e ' eri icht 'life ' het Of•iytil ' prussic acid, Her Chief ''-iikiik-V iii IrnprONIISY4kg l and flhheoLP4aintal (1834) ; 1287..ntir!SIThe :Venetian ,Bracelet. i(fwr_ ' a novel': •1837), .iitidl I said: Trials of Early (I836)40Sktyllosiefl to be 'oautbbilagraphical. ConStilt lier..: bold litettaibs;?; I (..t.ed ' bY...41B 1 a nc h a rd ' (Lobel* 584.1).. '' • ' r1 (1281 LANDON, Melville de Lancey giLIEE.111 x.tris"),, American author: b. Eat ' ,"N!.. 'Yl.; 7141Sept';;•1839. He •'.iiras gritituttred!! 'rtgniefl College in 1861, thiion army, from; (Aiefilie Aifittran D18641 haying reached the a cotton-planter in! Ailitin§ttS" •'ill; 43' sPti ,, traveled in Europe,'"iticdPWas!"fotfi'm eiWril tart' of the Unlied, '$fites"legatibilliat!'Wfti Petersburg. /His':: ;havord I kil0 AM chiefly! as a 'humorist.".'but'llia4pile.all with serious as well as has Og /pV 'History of :the 'P,rancti-F rd • 'Wit, Htilriibf:'aiid _PR n Humor of the Age?" lastg)i• tiri • f ' ifilii s ,,,,,,,,, form and Pulpit) ,(1 7)'.1"'IThl?iltyn Wit' (1890); Perkins oril.fiOney — Gold; Sliver or Bimetallism' (1805)', and other works.
I t; , • • LANDOR, A. Henry Savage, English and paititer: b...Florence, I•fe ; a grandson was educated at . has spent many year brea, China, 440a ongolia, Persia, :It , prme Azo re and Sulu America and northern 6 first white man,..to reach I3rahm1putra Rlverand. establilhe 961f,ex,a,oil