Source: Who's who in the Pacific Southwest: a compilation of authentic biographical sketches of citizens of Southern California and Arizona. Los Angeles: Times-Mirror Print. & Binding House, 1913, 406 pgs. *** ---page 204--- Immediately after graduation entered the- atrical business; first engagement was with "Fakir of Ava" magician; became business mgr. for Davenport Bros., spirit mediums, 1867; with them traveled in every part of the U. S.; with Fay, under name of Fay & Kellar, toured Mexico and So. America, 1871-73; organized a company consisting of himself and two Oriental magicians, under title of Kellar, Ling Look and Yamadeva, Royal Illusionists, and with them toured many foreign lands, until the death of his two partners in China in 1877; traveled for five years with J. H. Cunard, under name of Kellar & Cunard; separated from Cunard in 1884. Upon leaving the stage in 1909, settled in Los Angeles, Cal., where he now lives. Member Players' Club, New York City; Los Angeles Athletic Club, Los Angeles; Masonic fraternity (True Friendship Lodge, Calcutta, India); Shrine; Mecca Temple, New York. KELLER, Walter S. Architect. Res. 1340 7th St.; San Diego; office, 717-18 Timken Bldg., San Diego, Cal. Born in New York City, Sept. 22, 1881; son of David and Clara (von Brandis) Keller. Attended public school in New York City; studied architecture and architectural engineering Weingart Inst., New York City. Employed by Charles Meyers, sanitary engr., New York City, 1901; Bernstein & Bernstein, architects, New York City; 1902-5; engr. and supt. of construction for Augustus N. Allen, architect, New York City, 1905-7; chief of transit party, U. S. engrs. 1907-8; estimator, with Carl Nilson, genl. contractor, Kansas City, Mo., 1908-9; in charge of special work for Frederick Noonan, architect, Los Angeles, Cal., 1909; supt. installation of engi- neering specialties at Grant Hotel, San Diego, Cal., 1909; secy. and mgr. Aggricrete Co., San Diego, 1910; admitted to practice of architecture, 1911; in practice for himself 1911 to date. KELLER, Will Edward. Flour milling. Office Globe Mills, Los Angeles, Cal. Born in Woodville, Miss., Jan. 30, 1868; son of Charles E. and Agnes M. (Phares) Keller. Married to Helen M. Fife, 1912. Educated in pub- lic and private schools of Dallas, Tex. Railroad postal clerk, 1886; contrac- ting, 1887; bookkeeper and teller in a bank at Dallas, Tex., 1890-92; moved to Wilmington, Cal., 1892, and with E. N. McDonald and J. B. Alexander organized the McDonald Co., grain deal- ers and feed mill operators; moved to Los Angeles, in 1893; continued McDonald Co. until 1898 when McDonald Grain & Milling Co. was organized, which absorbed the McDonald Co., built Globe Mills in Los Angeles in 1898; or- ganized Globe Grain & Milling Co., in 1902; this corporation absorbed the McDonald Grain & Milling Co., and has since built milling plants at San Francisco, Colton, Woodland, and San Diego, Cal., and at El Paso, Tex.; organized The Globe Ice & Cold Storage Co. of El Paso, Tex., 1908; organized the Valley Ice Co. of Fresno and Bakersfield, Cal., in 1910. Pres. Globe Grain & Milling Co.; Colton Grain & Milling Co.; San Diego Grain & Milling Co.; Woodland Grain & Milling Co.; El Paso Grain & Milling Co.; Globe Ice & Cold Storage Co., El Paso, Tex.; Valley Ice Co., and California & Oregon Grain & Milling Co.; San Joaquin Valley Farm Lands Co. "Nynoline Ing" Steam Ship Co., Wilmington, Del.; dir. Southwestern Portland Cement Co., El Paso, Tex.; Merchants Natl. Bank, Los Angeles; dir. Ralston Iron Works, San Francisco. Member of California, Los Angeles Country, and Los Angeles Athletic clubs of Los Angeles; Pacific Union and Transportation clubs of San Francisco; El Paso Country and Toltec clubs of El Paso, Tex. ; Masonic fraternity; Shrine. KELLOGG, Frederick Ranney. Oil producer. Res. Edgecliffe, Lamanda Park, Cal.; office 521 Douglas Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Born in Quasquetor, Ia., Feb. 22, 1865; son of H. C. and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Kellogg. Married to Leota Smith in 1895. Educated in gram- mar and high schools of Cherokee, Ia. Engaged in hardware business in Peterson, Ia., in 1889; sold out and engaged in same business at Laurens, Ia. After disposing of business, entered law office of Judge C. H. Lewis, at Sioux City, Ia., where he remained two years; en- gaged in farming at Cherokee, Ia. Moved to Los Angeles, Cal., 1902, and engaged in oil business. Pres. British Cal. Oil Co., Ltd., 1904 to date; pres. Kellogg Oil Co.; pres. F. R. Kellogg & Co.; dir. National Petroleum Co.; dir. Richfield Oil Co.; dir. Turner Oil Co.; dir. Densmore Stabler Refining Co. Member California Club of Los Angeles; Masonic fraternity, Scottish Rite and 32d degree. Congregationalist. KELLOGG, Giles. Corporation secretary. Res. 3002 Wilshire blvd.; office, 1117 Union Oil Bldg., Los Angeles. Born in Troy, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1854; son of Giles Bacon and Adeline Kellogg. Married to Annabelle Bush, in 1885. *** end ***