McKinley Manual Training High School, Washington, District of Columbia
1906 – 1912
(Records on Eta Chapter are very sketchy. Initiation dates and order are often approximate.)
1. Albert Babendrier.
2. Thomas Jeffrey Doran. Grand Recorder. Brother of # 11. Died of pneumonia at Brest, France in WW I. Gold Star.
3. John Stuart McKinney. Marine engineer. Major, U. S. Army QMC, June 1, 1917 – February 7, 1920.
4. C. Broderick Rafter.
6. H. S. Altemus.
7. August J. Bohn.
8. David Lukens Shoemaker Brewster. CL 1908. Army and Naval Academy, Washington, DC. U.S. Marine Corps Officer. USMC Aviator # 6. U. S. Navy Aviator # 55. Anti-submarine pilot in WW I. Commander, First Marine Aeronautic Company. Captain, Marine Corps Rife and Pistol Team. Brigadier General in WW II. Chief of Staff, then commanding office, First Marine Division (prior to General A. A. Vandergrift’s assumption of command and the invasion of Guadalcanal). Chief of Staff, Administrative Command, Fleet Marine Force. Deputy Commander to General Vangergrift, First Marine Amphibious Corps. Nicauraguan Order of Merit. Portugese Military Order of Aviz. Legion of Merit. Gold Star. One of four Marine Corps general officers who died in WW II. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who,
9. William A. Brookmire.
10. Leonard J. Brown.
11. John H. Doran. Brother of # 2.
12. Alvin A. Glaetzner. Brother of # 13.
13. Edgar Glaetzner. Brother of # 12.
14. Grant Goodman.
15. George Graham.