History of PSA


PSA was founded in 1934 and opened membership to individuals. The first one hundred persons paying the $1.00 membership fee became the Charter Members.

Frederick George Ashton
William A. Alcock
Harold Curtice Amos
W. Hurley Ashby
Norton Louis Avery
Hillary G. Bailey
Charles J. Barkhorn
Robert A. Barrows
Karl A. Baumgaertel
Tyler Berry
Frederick Bierberbach
Sigismund Blumann
A. Aubrey Bodine
Nicolas Boris
Louis F. Bucher
John Word Caldwell
Arthur Carpenter
Edwin F. Casper
Frank V. Chambers
Frederick H. Chant
Byron H. Chatto
Clare J. Crary
H. Richardson Cremer
Leland C. Davis
William S. Davis
Alfred A. DeLardi
Anne Pilger Dewey
Roy Franklin Dewey
Richard T. Dooner
Oliver Drouin
James Emmett, Jr.
Adolph Fassbender
Louis Fleckenstein
Frank R. Fraprie
Joseph A. Froelinger
William Howard Gardiner
Otto John Gaul
Frank E. Geisler
Elmer T. Gilbert
J. Haining
Arthur Hammond
Forman Hanna
Kent C. Haven
Johan Helder
Harry P. Herron
Lionel Heymann
Frederick P. Hier, Jr.
Sol Hodes
Henrietta Hudson
U. Stephen Johnson
Clifford Milton Johnston
Franklin I. Jordan
Joseph Karger
Grace Hutton Kelley
Chester Kohn
Kyo Koike
Sophie L. Lauffer
Adolph Langsner
Alexander Leventon
L. H. Longwell
Gordon Ludwig
Glenn E. Matthews
William D. McClure
Arthur J. McLean, Jr.
Donald McMaster
Ernest C. Moore
Arthur Nilsen
M.A. Obremski
Marie Ort
Fred P. Peel
E. Willard Pennington
Walt J. Pfeiffer
Rowland S. Potter
G. R. Hutton Potts
William Clayton Pryor
Leonard Purin
F. Albert Reager
Oscar C. Reiter
Hubert Mortimer Ricks
Helene Sanders
Valentino Sarra
Floyd A. Sears
Herman A. Scherrer
Harrie V. Schieren
John W. Sheeres
George F. Slade
Fenwick G. Small
Kenneth Dudley Smith
P. F. Squier
Max Thorek
R. L. Van Oosting
H. W. Wagner
Don Wallace
Charles A. Weddigen
Frederick G. Weed
W. Burton Westcott
Leonard Arthur Williams
William L. Woodburn
George Allen Young
William H. Zerbe