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GALBRAITH, GLEN WILLIAMS: 1889-1969.

Glen Williams Galbraith was born on Jan. 10, 1889, near Hartsville, Ind., the son of Andrew Jackson and Lena Williams Galbraith. He married Elsie May Green on Feb. 15, 1932, and they had three children: Phyllis, Andrew, and Glen, Jr. He also had three children by a former marriage: Paul, Leah, and Vyron. He earned the A.B. degree from Central Normal College in 1924 and the A.M. degree from Ball State Teachers College in 1944. Galbraith taught English and mathematics and held principalships during his thirty-eight-year career and retired in 1956. He was associated with schools in Indiana in Decatur, Union, Delaware, and Jay counties. He was named poet laureate by the Indiana State Federation of Poetry Clubs in 1966 for "To Edna Saint Vincent Millay" and his poem "Indiana" was included in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. Galbraith died on Jan. 27, 1969.

Information from Mrs. Glen Williams Galbraith.

GALLOWAY, JESSE JAMES: 1882-1962.

Jesse James Galloway was born near Cromwell, Ind., on Aug. 23, 1882. After graduating from high school he studied at Vorhees Business College ( Indianapolis ). In 1903 he became secretary to the dean of the school of law at Indiana University where he earned the following degrees: A.B. in 1909, A.M. in 1911, and Ph.D. in 1913. Galloway taught at Indiana University, 1913-16, and Columbia University, 1916-31. In 1931 he rejoined the faculty of Indiana University, remaining until his retirement in 1953. He was head of the geology department at American University (Biarritz, France in 1945 and wrote several geological bulletins. Galloway died in Bloomington, Ind., on April 10, 1962.

Information from Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1962.

GALLOWAY, JOSEPH 1840-

Joseph Galloway was born on Oct. 19, 1840, in Fountain County, Ind. He was the son of Samuel and Prudence Manning Galloway and grew up in Warren County . In July 1861 he enlisted in Company K, Thirty-Third Indiana Volunteer Infantry. After being mustered out in 1865, he became a farmer in Watseka, Ill. He married Louisa Haines on April. 28, 1867, and they had four children: Ella, HeRa L., Maggie E., and David A. Galloway had two other children, John D. and Fannie, by his second wife, Rebecca Doan, whom he married on March. 28, 1877.

Information from Indiana State Library.

GALVIN, JAMES PATRICK 1914-

James Patrick Galvin was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on July. 23, 1914, the son of James F. and Mary H. Moran Galvin. He received the A.B. degree in 1938 from Saint Meinrad Seminary and the Ph.D. degree page: [229][View Page [229]] in 1950 from the Catholic University of America. He was ordained a priest in the Roman Catholic church in 1938. Father Galvin was an assistant pastor, Richmond, Ind., 1938-41; superintendent, Catholic High School ( Indianapolis ), 1940-54; and superintendent, Indianapolis archdiocesan schools, 1954-63. In 1963 he became executive secretary of the archdiocesan school board. He served as a chaplain in the U.S. Army, 1942-46, and was a delegate to the White House Conference on Education in 1956.

Information from Who's Who in America.

  • A Comparative Study of Personality Patterns in Boys of Different Ages. Washington, D. C., 1950.Search "A Comparative Study of Personality Patterns in Boys of Different
                                        Ages" by GALVIN, JAMES PATRICK 1914- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GARDNER, WALLACE: ca. 1905-

Wallace Gardner was born circa 1905 near Mays, Ind., and is married. A minister, he has served churches in Mays wherehe has remained his entire lifetime, except for evangelistic travels.

Information from foreward of A Handful of Life--Mine.

GARDNER, WARREN WINSLOW 1909-

A native of Richmond, Ind., Warren Winslow Gardner was born on Sept. 25, 1909, the son of Frank Karl and Camilla Winslow Gardner. He received the A.B. degree in 1930 from Swarthmore College; A.M. degree in 1931 from Rutgers, The State University; and LL.B. degree in 1934 from Columbia University. He married Henrietta Gertrude Tucker on Sept. 10, 1940, and they had four children: Hannah Winslow, William Tucker, Richard Randolph, and Frances Winslow.

Gardner worked as a law clerk for Justice Stone, U.S. Supreme Court, during 1934-35. He was employed by the federal government in the Office of Solicitor General, 1935-41; Department of Labor, 1941-42; and Department of Interior, 1942-47. He entered private law practice in 1947 as a member of the firm of Shea and Gardner. He held several government assignments; served in the U.S. Army, 1943-45; and was awarded the Legion of Merit and Croix de Guerre.

Information from Who's Who in America.

  • Building and Loan Liquidity, with Special Reference to the Situation in New Jersey. New Brunswick, N.J., 1931.Search "Building and Loan Liquidity, with Special Reference to the
                                        Situation in New Jersey" by GARDNER, WARREN WINSLOW 1909- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Taxation of Government Bondholders and Employees; the Immunity Rule and the Sixteenth Amendment (with others). Washington, D. C., 1938.Search "Taxation of Government Bondholders and Employees; the Immunity
                                        Rule and the Sixteenth Amendment (with others)" by GARDNER, WARREN WINSLOW 1909- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GARRETT, SAMUEL BOND: 1844-1926.

Samuel Bond Garrett was born in Webster, Ind., on Nov. 21, 1844, the son of Jonathan and Anna Bond Garrett. During the Civil War he served in Company I of the 153rd Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry. On Oct. 15, 1874, he married Annie Louisa Heath and they had one son, Mark. From 1868 to 1872 Garrett lived in Marshalltown, Iowa, and later became a druggist and postmaster in Daleville, Ind. In 1890 he engaged in the real estate business with Joseph Brown in Muneie, Inds. He compiled a genealogy of Joseph Bond and his descendants and died on Jan. 21, 1926.

Information from Indiana State Library.

  • A History of Welcome Garrett and His Descendants, from His Birth in 1758 Down to a Recent Date. Muncie, Ind., 1909.Search "A History of Welcome Garrett and His Descendants, from His Birth
                                        in 1758 Down to a Recent Date" by GARRETT, SAMUEL BOND: 1844-1926. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GARRIGUE, JEAN: 1914-1972.

Jean Garrigue was born in Evansville, Ind., on Dec. 8, 1914. She changed her name to its original French spelling and was the daughter of Allan Colfax and Gertrude Heath Garrigus. She earned the A.B. degree from the University of Chicago in 1937 and the A.M. degree from the University of Iowa in 1943.

Miss Garrigue edited a weekly newspaper in the late 1930s and a United Service Organization publication during World War II. She taught English literature at the following schools: the University of Iowa, 1942-43; Bard College, 1951-52; Queens College, 1952-53; The New School for Social Research, 1955-56; the University of Connecticut, 1960-61; and Smith College, 1965-66. She received a Rockefeller grant in creative writing, 1954; Union League Civic and Arts Foundation prize, 1956; HUDSON REVIEW fellowship in poetry, 1957; and several other awards. Miss Garrigue contributed short stories and other writings to various collections and died on Dec. 27, 1972.

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Information from Contemporary Authors and NEW YORK TIMES, Dec. 28, 1972.

GARRISON, RICHARD BENJAMIN 1926-

Richard Benjamin Garrison was born on Feb. 26, 1926, in Kokomo, Ind., and is the son of Claude and Eilene Kendall Garrison. He earned an A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1947 and the degrees of B.D. in 1950 and A.M. in 1955 from Drew University. He married Elizabeth Martin on Dec. 28, 1947, and they had three children: Richard Benjamin II, Thomas Martin, and Barbara Elizabeth. Garrison was ordained a Methodist minister in 1950. He served churches in Basking Ridge, N.J., 1951-57, and Bloomington, Ind., 1957-61. In 1961 he became senior minister at Wesley Methodist Church (Urbana, Ill.) and director of the Wesley Foundation, University of Illinois. He served in the U.S. Army, 1945-46, and received an honorary D.D. degree from MacMurray College, 1963. Garrison contributes to COLLIER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

Portrait of the Church: Warts and All. New York, 1964. The Decalogue in a New Key; Sermons Based on the Ten Commandments. … Urbana, Ill., 1966. Creeds in Collision. Nashville, Tenn., 1967.

  • The Sacraments; an Experiment in Ecumenical Honesty (with Ernest J. Fiedler). Nashville, Tenn., 1969.Search "The Sacraments; an Experiment in Ecumenical Honesty (with Ernest
                                        J. Fiedler)" by GARRISON, RICHARD BENJAMIN 1926- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GARSTANG, STEPHEN W. 1933-

Stephen W. Garstang was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Sept. 29, 1933, the son of Reginald and Helen Garstang. He attended Butler University for one year and received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1960. On Jan. 31, 1963, he married Carole Calabresse and they had two children, Julia and Stephen. Garstang is president of Dart Engineering, Inc.; secretary-treasurer of Digital System Analogs, lnc; and owner of the Garstang Engineering Company ( Indianapolis ). He lectures for courses given by the Indianapolis Power and Light Company.

Information from Stephen W. Garstang.

GARWOOD, DARRELL NELSON 1909-

Born on Oct. 8, 1909, in Fort Wayne, Ind., Darrell Nelson Garwood is the son of Levi Nelson and Dora Pearl Roberts Garwood. He received the A.B. degree from the State University of Iowa in 1933 and married Helen Parizek on June. 9, 1934. From 1948 to 1971 Garwood was a reporter for United Press International (Washington, D.C.). He was the recipient of the Iowa Library Association Award for "outstanding contribution to literature by an Iowa author in 1945-46" for Artist in Iowa : A Life of Grant Wood.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

GATES, GARY RICKEY 1934-

Gary Rickey Gates was born in Evansville, Ind., on July. 5, 1934. He was married in 1955 and is the father of two children. He received the following academic degrees from Indiana University: B.S. in 1958, A.M. in 1960, and Ph.D. in 1965. Gates was a geologist for the Indiana Geological Survey, 1957-63, and economic geologist for Spindletop Research, Inc. (Ky.), 1963-66. In 1966 he began teaching geology at the University of British Columbia.

Information from American Men of Science.

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GATES, WILLIAM BYRAM 1917-

A native of Indianapolis, Ind., William Byram Gates, Jr. , was born on Oct. 18, 1917, the son of William Byram and Margaret Detrick Gates. He received the A.B. degree in 1939 from Williams College and the A.M. and Ph.D. degrees in 1947 from the University of Chicago. He married his second wife, Sylvia Clack, on July. 24, 1953. He is the father of three children: Barbara, William Mark, and Nicola. Gates worked for the U.S. Treasury Department, 1941-42, and was an economist for the Export-Import Bank, 1950-54. He taught economics at Williams College, 1947-50; rejoined the faculty in 1954; and became department chairman in 1961. He served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1942-46, and has been a specialist on projects in Indonesia and Malaysia .

Information from Who's Who in America.

  • Michigan Copper and Boston Dollars; an Economic History of the Michigan Copper Mining Industry. Cambridge, Mass.. 1951.Search "Michigan Copper and Boston Dollars; an Economic History of the
                                        Michigan Copper Mining Industry" by GATES, WILLIAM BYRAM 1917- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GAVISK, FRANCIS HENRY: 1856-1932.

Francis Henry Gavisk was born in Evansville, Ind., on April. 6, 1856. He was the son of Michael and Mary Tierney Gavisk. He attended Saint Meinrad College ( Ind. ) and Saint Meinrad School of Theology and received an honorary LL.D. degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1914. Gavisk worked as a reporter for the EVANSVILLE COURIER, 1874-80, and was ordained a Catholic priest in 1885. He was assistant rector at Saint John's Church ( Indianapolis ), 1885-90; became rector in 1890; and was appointed chancellor of the Diocese of Indianapolis in 1899. He was appointed Prothonotary Apostolic by Pope Benedict in 1919. Gavisk was a member of the National Conference of Charities and Correction (past president) and the Indianapolis Foundation (trustee). He died on Oct. 22, 1932.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

GEBHARD, PAUL HENRY 1917-

A native of Rocky Ford, Colo., Paul Henry Gebhard was born on July. 3, 1917, the son of Paul Adam and Eva Baker Gebhard. He obtained the following academic degrees from Harvard University: B.S. in 1940, A.M. in 1942, and Ph.D. in 1947. He married Agnes E. West on May. 19, 1939, and they had three children: Mark West, Jan Cynthia, and Karla Lynn. In 1946 Gebhard joined the staff of the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University where he also teaches anthropology.

Information from Who's Who in America.

GEORGE, EDGAR MADISON 1907-

Edgar Madison George was born on Nov. 10, 1907, in Bennetts Switch, Ind., the son of Clark Irwin and Grace Garritson George. He received the A.B. degree from Denison University in 1930 and the A.M. degree from Arizona State College in 1953. He married Frances L. Sharpe on June. 29, 1957, and they had two children, Karen and Bruce. George was a physical education instructor at Monticello Junior High School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio), 1935-45. He taught Spanish at Mohave County Union High School (Kingman, Ariz.), 1946-53; Randolph-Macon Academy, 1954-55; and Warren County High School (Front Royal, Va.), 1957-59. He joined the faculty of Bonhers Ferry High School ( Idaho ) in 1959 and was president of the Boundary County Education Association in 1961.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

  • Which Way, Young Americans? An Exposé of Communism for High School Students. Caldwell, Idaho, 1962.Search "Which Way, Young Americans? An Exposé of Communism for High
                                        School Students" by GEORGE, EDGAR MADISON 1907- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GERHARD, GEORGE B. 1916-

Born in Fort Wayne, Ind., on Feb. 3, 1916, George B. Gerhard was married in 1941 and is the father of two children. He received the following academic degrees from Indiana University: A.B. in 1948, A.M. in 1949, page: [232][View Page [232]] and Ph.D. in 1961. Gerhard was an English teacher in Michigan during 1952-61. He taught at Wisconsin State University (Superior), 1961-62; Jersey City State College, 1962-65; and Iowa Wesleyan College, 1965-67. He joined the faculty of West Virginia State College in 1967 and served in the U.S. Army, 1943-46.

Information from Directory of American Scholars.

GERIG, JARED FRANKLIN 1907-

The son of Jonas F. and Clara Miller Gerig, Jared Franklin Gerig was born in Grabill, Ind., on June. 29, 1907. He received the following degrees: Th.B. from Malone College, 1938; A.B. from Cleveland State University, 1941; A.M. from Arizona State University, 1945; and honorary D.D. from Wheaton College, 1958. On Dec. 22, 1929, he married Mildred Eicher and they had three children: Wesley Lee, Gwendolyn Grace, and William Dean. Gerig was dean, Fort Wayne Bible College, 1949-50; dean, Azusa Pacific College, 1950-52; and president, Missionary Church Associations (Fort Wayne), 1952-58. He became president of Fort Wayne Bible College in 1958. He served as president of the National Association of Evangelicals from 1964 to 1966.

Information from Who's Who in American Education.

  • The Missionary Church Association; Historical Account of Its Origin and Development (withWaiter H. Lugibihl). Berne, Ind., 1956.Search "The Missionary Church Association; Historical Account of Its
                                        Origin and Development" by GERIG, JARED FRANKLIN 1907- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GERKING, SHELBY DELOS 1918-

A native of Elkhart, Ind., Shelby Delos Gerking was born on Nov. 16, 1918. He was married in 1943 and is the father of three children. He received the A.B. degree in 1940 from DePauw University and the Ph.D. degree in 1944 from Indiana University. At Indiana University he was a research associate, 1944-46; taught zoology, 1946-67; was director of the biological station, 1959-67; and served as associate director of the water resources research center, 1963-67. In 1967 he became professor and chairman of the department of zoology at Arizona State University.

Information from American Men and Women of Science.

GERRARD, ELEANOR: ca. 1905-1961.

Eleanor Gerrard was born in Indianapolis, Ind., about 1905. She graduated from Shortridge High School and attended Sweet Briar College. At one time she taught in a private school in Palm Beach, Fla., but spent most of her life in Indianapolis . She contributed poetry to national and local newspapers until her death in Indianapolis in 1961.

Information from Indiana State Library.

GETZ, GENE ARNOLD 1932-

Gene Arnold Getz was born on March. 15, 1932, in Francisville, Ind., the son of John A. and Matilda Honegger Getz. He received a diploma from the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, 1952, and studied at Eastern Montana College of Education, 1952-53. He earned the degrees of A.B. from Rocky Mountain College, 1954; A.M. from Wheaton College, 1958; and Ph.D. from New York University, 1969. Married to Elaine Holmquist on June. 11, 1956, they had three children: Renee Elaine, Robyn Lynn, and Kenton Gene.

Getz was engaged in radio ministry with the Montana Gospel Crusade and was youth director of Church of the Air (Billings, Mont.), 1952-54. He served two Illinois churches between 1954 and 1958. He taught at the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, 1956-68, and was director of the Evening School, 1963-68. In 1968 he became associate professor of Christian education at Dallas Theological Seminary and was a visiting professor at the Word of Life Summer Institute of Camping (Schroon Lake, N.Y.), 1964-68.

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Information from Contemporary Authors.

GIERKE, JOHN F. 1896-

A native of La Porte, Ind., and born on Sept. 6, 1896, John F. Gierke, Jr. , is the son of John and Bertha Ihlenfeldt Gierke. He and his wife, Irene, had no children. A grocery clerk and grocery store owner, Gierke was also a salesman for the Fraternal Life Insurance Company for eighteen years and spent fifteen years as a general agent. He possesses a remarkable ability for mental addition. He not only added 100 numbers as fast as world champion Dr. Salos Finklestein but equaled the feat by adding upside down. On a national television show he added figures faster than an adding machine operator could punch the keys. Gierke has held the world's record in addition since 1937.

Information from John F. Gierke .

GIESE, VINCENT J. 1923-

Vincent J. Giese was born in Fort Wayne, Ind., on Oct. 19, 1923, the son of Joseph and Mary Yaste Giese. He graduated from high school in Fort Wayne in 1941. He received the following degrees: Ph.D. from Saint Joseph's College ( Ind. ), 1945; A.M. from Marquette University; M.S.Ed. from the University of Notre Dame, 1949; and S.T.B. from Gregorian University ( Rome ). Giese was publications director, Ave Marie Press (Notre Dame, Ind.), 1948-49; editor, CONCORD, 1949-50; and editorial director, Fides Publishers, Inc., 1950-61. He worked in Chicago with the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine and the Young Christian Workers and was ordained a Catholic priest in 1965.

Information from Public Library of Fort Wayne and Alien County.

GIFT, JOSEPH L. 1915-

Joseph L. Gift was born in Converse, Ind., on March. 5, 1915. He graduated from Converse High School in 1933 and received two degrees from Butler University, the A.B. in 1945 and B.D. in 1954. Gift subsequently became minister of the Community Christian Church in Fort Pierce, Fla.

Information from Converse Public Library.

  • Life and Customs in Jesus' Time; Daily Affairs in the Lives of Jesus' Contemporaries That Formed a Mutual Bond of Understanding Between the Teacher and the Taught. Cincinnati, 1957.Search "Life and Customs in Jesus' Time; Daily Affairs in the Lives
                                        of Jesus' Contemporaries That Formed a Mutual Bond of Understanding Between
                                        the Teacher and the Taught" by GIFT, JOSEPH L. 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GILLESPIE, HOWARD C. 1908-

Howard C. Gillespie is a native oi Oxford, Ind., and was born on Dec. 21, 1908. He attended Purdue University and graduated from Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, in 1931. As an undergraduate he was night editor for both the PURDUE EXPONENT and DAILY NORTHWESTERN. He later worked at the copydesk, Indianapolis NEWS; edited the OXFORD GAZETTE; Was publicity assistant for the American Farm Bureau and the Portland Cement Association ( Chicago ); and edited the SCIENCE OBSERVER ( New York ). In 1941 Gillespie joined the faculty of Purdue University as assistant director of information and became acting director of information in 1963. He is a past district governor of Lions International.

Information from INDIANA PUBLISHER, May 2963.

  • Tales of a Prairie Town As Told to Howard C. Gillespie by John G. Carnahan and Others. Oxford, Ind., 1935.Search "Tales of a Prairie Town As Told to Howard C. Gillespie by John G.
                                        Carnahan and Others" by GILLESPIE, HOWARD C. 1908- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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GILLESPIE, JOHN E. 1921-

John E. Gillespie , son of Reverdy and Martha Greiner Gillespie, was born on Jan. 2, 1921, in Terre Haute, Ind. He received an A.B. degree in 1941 and B.Mus. degree in 1948 from DePauw University and earned the degrees of A.M. in 1948, M.M. in 1949, and Ph.D. in 1951 from the University of Southern California. He married Anna Penney on Feb. 10, 1958, and they had two children, Frances Penney and John Willis. Gillespie was director of music studies, Centre Universitaire Americain ( Paris ) during 1945-46. He joined the music faculty of the University of California ( Santa Barbara ) in 1951 where he became professor of music in 1962. He serves as a church organist, has given recitals in piano and harpsichord, and has made recordings of harpsichord music.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

GIRDLER, TOM MERCER: 1877-1965.

Tom Mercer Girdler was born in Clark County, Ind., on May. 19, 1877. He was the son of Lewis and Elizabeth T. Mercer Girdler. He received an M.E. degree in 1901 and an honorary D.Eng. degree in 1955 from Lehigh University. He married Helen R. Brennan in 1942. Girdler began his career as a steel manufacturer in 1901 and worked for several steel and iron concerns. From 1914 to 1930 he was employed by Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation. In 1930 he became chairman of the board and president of Republic Steel Corporation and served as president of the board, 1937-56. He was president of the American Iron and Steel Institute, 1937-39, and a trustee of Case Institute of Technology (Cleveland, Ohio). Girdler died on Feb. 4, 1965.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

GIVENS, WILLARD EARL 1886-

A native of Anderson, Ind., Willard Earl Givens was born on Dec. 10, 1886, the son of John Luther and Amanda Elizabeth Herschberger Givens. He obtained the A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1913, the A.M. degree from Columbia University in 1915, and a diploma from Union Theological Seminary in 1916. He has also received several honorary degrees. He married Neva Galbreath in 1917 and they had two sons, W. Earl and Stuart Ray.

Givens was associated with public schools in Indiana, 1906-09 and 1911-13; Hawaii, 1919-21 and 1922-23; and California , 1921-22. He was superintendent of public instruction for the Territory of Hawaii during 1923-25. He returned to public school work in California in Oakland , 1925-27 and 1928-35, and San Diego , 1927-28. He became executive secretary of the National Education Association in 1935 and retired in 1952.

Information from Who's Who in American Education.

GLASSLEY, RAY HOARD 1887-

Ray Hoard Glassley was born in Indiana in 1887 but spent most of his life in the Pacific Northwest. He was educated in the schools of Indiana and took courses in the extension divisions of the University of Minnesota and the University of Oregon. In the early 1950s Glassley became personnel director of the Portland Gas and Coke Company ( Oreg. ).

Information from book jacket of Pacific Northwest Indian Wars.

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GLENN, EARL ROUSE: 1887-1962.

Earl Rouse Glenn was born in Vevay, Ind., on June. 12, 1887, the son of James Drummond and Jennie Culbertson Glenn. He graduated from Indiana University in 1913 and received the A.M. degree from Columbia University in 1917. He was married to Mary Easley. In 1917 Glenn became a member of the first faculty of the Lincoln School, an experimental elementary school of Teachers College, Columbia University. He was head of the science department at Montclair State College ( N.J. ) from 1928 until his retirement in 1952. He spent two years in the Philippine Islands as a Fulbright lecturer and founded the American Science Teachers Association and the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Glenn compiled several test books and died in Key Biscayne, Fla., in 1962.

Information from Who's Who Among North American Authors and NEW YORK TIMES, Aug. 8, 1962.

  • Curriculum Studies on the Place of Radio in School Science and Industrial Arts (withLouis A. Herr). Mount Morris, Ill, 1926.Search "Curriculum Studies on the Place of Radio in School Science and
                                        Industrial Arts" by GLENN, EARL ROUSE: 1887-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GLENN, OLIVER EDMUNDS 1878-

Oliver Edmunds Glenn was born in Moorefield, Ind., on Oct. 3, 1878. He is the son of James Drummond and Jane Harvey Culbertson Glenn. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1902 and A.M. in 1903 from Indiana University and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1905. He married Alice Thomas Kinnard on Aug. 18, 1903, and they had two sons, William James and Robert Culbertson. Glenn began his career instructing mathematics at Indiana University in 1902 and subsequently taught at Drury College (Springfield, Mo.). He joined the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania in 1906 where he became a full professor in 1914 and retired in 1930.

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GLICK, PAUL CHARLES 1910-

Born on Sept. 22, 1910, in Hartsville, Ind., Paul Charles Glick is the son of David Elmer and Mattie Morrison Glick. He earned the A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1933 and the degrees of A.M. in 1935 and Ph.D. in 1938 from the University of Wisconsin. Glick taught at DePauw University, 1937-38, and Whitman College, 1938-39. In 1939 he joined the staff of the U.S. Bureau of the Census where he was chief of the family statistics unit, 1939-48, and chief of the social statistics branch, 1949-61. He became assistant chief of the population division in 1962. He served in the U.S. Army, 1944-45; was awarded the Battle Star; and received the United States Department of Commerce Meritorious Award.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

GODECKER, HELENA CATHERINE (SISTER MARY SALESIA) 1888-

Helena Catherine Godecker was born in Starlight, Ind., on March. 19, 1888. She is the daughter of Herman and Mary Ellen Gallaghand Godecker. She attended school in Starlight and studied at Immaculate Conception Academy (Ferdinand, Ind.). She received the following academic degrees from Catholic University of America: A.B. in 1924, A.M. in 1925s, and Ph.D. in ecclesiology in 1929. Sister Salesia taught elementary school at Immaculate Conception Academy and Saint Benedict College. She supervised the construction of the compound at Beech Grove, Ind., and was overseer of the local convent and Saint Paul Hermitage.

Information from J. Roy Haake.

  • History of Catholic Education in Indiana; a Survey of the Schools, 1702-1925. Washington, D. C., 1925.Search "History of Catholic Education in Indiana; a Survey of the Schools,
                                        1702-1925" by GODECKER, HELENA CATHERINE (SISTER MARY SALESIA) 1888- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Simon Bruté de Rémur, First Bishop of Vincennes. Saint Meinrad. Richmond, Ind.. 1931.Search "Simon Bruté de Rémur, First Bishop of
                                        Vincennes" by GODECKER, HELENA CATHERINE (SISTER MARY SALESIA) 1888- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Historical Sketch of the Sisters of Saint Benedict at Ferdinand. 1938.Search "Historical Sketch of the Sisters of Saint Benedict at
                                        Ferdinand" by GODECKER, HELENA CATHERINE (SISTER MARY SALESIA) 1888- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Silver Jubilee in Bishop Ford Center. Hong Kong, 1965.Search "Silver Jubilee in Bishop Ford Center" by GODECKER, HELENA CATHERINE (SISTER MARY SALESIA) 1888- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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GODFROY, CLARENCE: 1880-1962.

Clarence Godfroy was born in 1880. He was the grandson of Gabriel Godiroy, the last major Indian landowner in Miami County, Ind. He worked in a factory, spent some time in vaudeville, and gave talks. After retirement he lived in Wabash, Ind. Godfroy was elected chief of the remaining members of the Miami Indian tribe in Indiana in 1938 and served as their leader until his death on Oct. 6, 1962. He helped the Miamis claim several million dollars from the federal government for central Indiana land that was ceded to the government in 1818.

Information from Indiana State Library and INDIANA HISTORY BULLETIN, Feb. 1963.

  • Miami Indian Stories, Told by Clarence Godfroy. Compiled and Edited byMartha Una McClurg. Winona Lake, Ind., 1961.Search "Miami Indian Stories, Told by Clarence Godfroy" by GODFROY, CLARENCE: 1880-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GODWIN, THELMA STRABEL (MRS. DAVID P.): ?-1959.

Thelma Strabel was born in Crown Point, Ind., the daughter of John George and Nannie Hall Wiley Strabel. On April. 19, 1927, she married Frederick A. Locher. She wed her second husband, David P. Godwin, on Oct. 25, 1941. Mrs. Godwin was a feature writer for Associated Editors in Chicago and New York ; fashion writer for the PARIS HERALD; and advertising copywriter for Abraham and Strauss in New York . She died on May. 28, 1959.

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GOLD, DOUGLAS 1894-

Douglas Gold was born on March. 24, 1894, in Newburgh, Ind., the son of James Douglas and Mary Love Gold. He received the following degrees: A.B. from Waynesburg College in 1914, A.M. from the University of Montana in 1934, and Ed.D. from Columbia University in 1952. On July. 2, 1948, he married Bertha Levengood and they had one daughter, Marylee. Gold was a teacher on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana, 1914-34. He worked for the city schools in Butte, Mont., 1934-39, and the office of state superintendent of schools in Helena, Mont., 1940-43. He was a clinical and counseling psychologist for the U.S. Veterans Administration and the Veterans Hospital (Dublin, Ga.) during 1943-64 and joined the faculty of Hampton Institute ( Va. ) in 1964. He served in the U.S. Navy in 1918.

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GOLDEN, GRACE BLAISDELL 1899-1966.

Grace Blaisdell Golden was born in Indianapolis, Ind., in 1899, the daughter of Charles C. and Hattie Mabrey Blaisdell. She was married and had one daughter, Nanci. In 1928 she joined the staff of the Children's Museum ( Indianapolis ) as executive secretary and also served as director from 1942 until her retirement in 1964. During her trips abroad she collected items for the museum and in the 1930s she arranged portable exhibits that were sent to the public schools. She was an expert on folklore and in 1938 the Carnegie Institute sent her to several countries to study the subject.

For many years Mrs. Golden wrote the column "Know Your Heirlooms" for the Indianapolis STAR and lectured on the topic at Butler University. In 1951 she was elected president of the Midwestern Museum Conference, the first woman to serve in that position. She was one of six Americans named by the International Council of Museums to work with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on museum problems. She died in 1966.

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GOODE, JAMES A. 1924-

James A. Goode was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Jan. 22, 1924, the son of Damon N. and Mary M. page: [237][View Page [237]] Goode. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and graduated from Wabash College in 1949. Goode began working as assistant to the editor for the New York Academy of Science in 1950. He later joined the science department of LIFE and was a reporter for the "Icebound Barrens of the Arctic Tundra," part of that magazine's The World ICe Live In series. In 1960 he went on location for the filming of the book listed below. Employed as articles editor for PLAYBOY for four years, Goode subsequently formed his own magazine, EARTH, of which he is editor and publisher.

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GOODE, SOLON L.: ?-1917.

No record was found of Solon L. Goode's place or date of birth. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Stephenson and he lived in Plainfield, Ind. The preface of his book indicates that he wrote the story on a train trip from Washington, D.C., to Indianapolis . At one time Goode was an advertising agent for the Indianapolis JOURNAL; publisher of American Farmer Almanac; and editor of THE HOOSIER ECLIPSE: A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE HOOSIER STATE. He is listed in the Indianapolis city directory from 1881 to 1911 and died on March. 4, 1917.

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GOODMAN, ELLIOT RAYMOND 1923-

Elliot Raymond Goodman was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Sept. 3, 1923, the son of Lazure L. and Esther Miller Goodman. He earned the A.B. degree from Dartmouth College in 1948 and received the following degrees from Columbia University: a certificate of Russian Institute and A.M. in 1951 and Ph.D. in 1957. He married Norma Bromberg in 1947 and they had three children: Laura, Jordan, and Roger. Goodman joined the faculty of Brown University in 1955 where he became associate professor of political science in 1960. He served in the U.S. Army, 1943-46, and was a Guggenheim fellow and North Atlantic Organization Research fellow, 1962-63.

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GOODRICH, DEWITT CLINTON: 1844-1920.

Born on May. 30, 1844, DeWitt Clinton Goodrich was a native of Peru, Ind. His parents were George Whitfield and Jane MacPherson Goodrich. As a young man he lived in Missouri but returned to Miami County, Ind. He enlisted in the Indiana Fourteenth Artillery, Indiana Battery, during the Civil War. Twice wed, his second wife was Elizabeth Billings whom he married in 1886. Goodrich collaborated with Richard S. Peale and Charles R. Tuttle in writing and publishing histories of states and localities. He died in West Lebanon, Ind., in 1920.

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  • Illustrated History of the State of Indiana; Being a Full and Authentic Civil and Political History of the State from Its First Exploration Down to 1875. (withCharles R. Tuttle). Indianapolis. 1875.Search "Illustrated History of the State of Indiana; Being a Full and
                                        Authentic Civil and Political History of the State from Its First Exploration
                                        Down to 1875" by GOODRICH, DEWITT CLINTON: 1844-1920. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GOODWIN, ELIJAH: 1807-1879.

Elijah Goodwin was born in Champaign County Ohio , on Jan. 16, 1807, the son of Aaron and Mary Chapman Goodwin. The family moved to Daviess County, Ind., in the 1820s. He was licensed to preach in the Indiana Christian Conference in 1825 and was appointed to travel and preach in 1827. On Aug. 6, 1828, he married Jane Moore Davis. He wed his second wife, Marcia Bassett, on June. 19, 1864. Goodwin held several pastorates in Indiana and was associated with J. M. Mathes in publishing the CHRISTIAN RECORD which he later owned and edited. He was treasurer and member of the board of directors of North-Western Christian University ( Indianapolis ). He died in Cleveland, Ind., on Sept. 4, 1879.

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  • A Treatise on the Subject of Justification by Faith. Bloomington, Ind., 1847.Search "A Treatise on the Subject of Justification by Faith" by GOODWIN, ELIJAH: 1807-1879. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Family Companion; or, A Book of Sermons on Various Subjects Both Doctrinal and Practical. Cincinnati, 1860.Search "The Family Companion; or, A Book of Sermons on Various Subjects
                                        Both Doctrinal and Practical" by GOODWIN, ELIJAH: 1807-1879. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Life of Elijah Goodwin, the Pioneer Preacher. Saint Louis, 1880.Search "Life of Elijah Goodwin, the Pioneer Preacher" by GOODWIN, ELIJAH: 1807-1879. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GOODYKOONTZ, COLIN BRUMMITT 1885-1958.

Colin Brummitt Goodykoontz was born in Atlanta, Ind., on Dec. 14, 1885. He was the son of Marion Putnam and Jeannie Brummitt Goodykoontz. He received an A.B. degree from the University of Colorado in 1912, a Litt.M. degree from the University of California in 1914, and a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University in 1921. He married Susan Blakey on Dec. 29, 1921, and they had two daughters, Mary Lois and Anna.s Goodykoontz taught at Harvard University, Bowdoin College, and Yale University. In 1921 he joined the history faculty of the University of Colorado where he became a full professor in 1924 and was appointed professor emeritus in 1954. He edited several works in his field and died on Jan. 6, 1958.

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  • Home Missions on the American Frontier, with Particular Reference to the American Home Missionary Society. Caldwell, Idaho, 1939Search "Home Missions on the American Frontier, with Particular Reference
                                        to the American Home Missionary Society" by GOODYKOONTZ, COLIN BRUMMITT 1885-1958. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GORDON, GORDON 1912-

Gordon Gordon was born in Anderson, Ind., on March. 12, 1912. On Nov. 10, 1932, he married Mildred Nixon. He earned the A.B. degree from the University of Arizona in 1935. He was editor, Tucson DAILY CITIZEN, 1936-37; correspondent, International News Service, 1937-42; special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1942-45; and publicist, Twentieth Century-Fox (Beverly Hills, Calif.), 1945-50. Gordon became a writer in collaboration with his wife in 1950. They write under the name The Gordons. They have received several writers awards and have sold six books for films. Sales of their books have passed the ten-million mark with translations in thirteen languages and publication in seventeen countries.

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GORDON, OAKLEY JUNIOR 1922-

A native of Indiana , Oakley Junior Gordon was born on Feb. 8, 1922. He was married in 1948 and is the father of three children. He received the B.S. degree in 1945 from Purdue University and the degrees of M.S. in 1950 and Ph.D. in 1952 from the University of Utah. Gordon began teaching psychology at the University of Utah in 1949 and became dean of academic counseling in 1952.

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  • Personnel Management in Utah State Government (with others). Salt Lake City, 1969.Search "Personnel Management in Utah State Government (with
                                        others)" by GORDON, OAKLEY JUNIOR 1922- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Challenging the Superior Student by Making the Study of Russian Available in the Elementary School Curriculum via Television (with others). Salt Lake City, 1963.Search "Challenging the Superior Student by Making the Study of Russian
                                        Available in the Elementary School Curriculum via Television (with
                                        others)" by GORDON, OAKLEY JUNIOR 1922- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Investigating TV Distribution of Visual Aids on the University of Utah Campus via Low-Power UHF (with page: [239][View Page [239]] Keith M. Engar). Salt Lake City, 1964. Professor Perish. Corvallis, Oreg., 1968.Search "Investigating TV Distribution of Visual Aids on the University of
                                        Utah Campus via Low-Power UHF (with  Keith
                                        M. Engar)" by GORDON, OAKLEY JUNIOR 1922- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GORMAN, BURTON WILLIAM 1907-

Burton William Gorman was born on March. 29, 1907, in Mitchell, Ind., the son of William James and Minnie Rose Burton Gorman. He received two A.B. degrees from Indiana University, 1930 and 1936, and the Ph.D. degree from George Peabody College for Teachers in 1953. On Dec. 29, 1931, he married Rebecca Evelyn Tolle and they had three children: Benjamin Lee, Joseph Tolle, and John Burton.

From 1930 to 1951 Gorman served in public schools as both teacher and principal in Indiana (Rising Sun, Lawrenceburg, Connersville, and Indianapolis ) and Bardstown, Ky. During 1953-54. he taught at DePauw University. He joined the faculty of Kent State University in 1954 as professor of education and chairman of the department of secondary education where he became professor of school administration and supervision in 1969. Gorman has been a visiting professor at several colleges; consultant to state and local governments; and participant in projects on school studies and in foreign field seminars.

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GORRELL, ROBERT MARK 1914-

Robert Mark Gorrell was born on Aug. 9, 1914, in Bremen, Ind., the son of James Kenneth and Edna Stock Gorrell. He studied at Indiana University, 1931-33, and received an A.B. degree in 1936 and Ph.D. degree in 1939 from Cornell University. He married Johnnie Belle Thomas in 1939 and they had two children, Mark and Sara. Gorrell taught at Deep Springs College ( Calif. ), 1939-42, and Indiana University, 1942-45. He joined the faculty of the University of Nevada in 1945 where he became professor and head of the department of English. He held Fulbright lectureships at the University of Sydney ( Australia ), 1954, and the University of Helsinki ( Finland ), 1961-62.

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GOSS, ROBERT CHARLES 1929-

Born in Huntington, Ind., on March. 31, 1929, Robert Charles Goss was married in 1950 and is the father of three children. He received the B.S. degree in 1951 from Huntington College and the degrees of M.S. in 1953 and Ph.D. in 1957 from Purdue University. Goss was an assistant and instructor at Purdue University, 1951-56, and plant pathologist for the United Fruit Company ( Costa Rica ) in 1956. He taught in Michigan public schools, 1957-58, and at Loyola University ( La. ), 1958-64. In 1964 he joined the faculty of the University of Northern Iowa .

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GOSS, WILLIAM CALVIN: ca. 1853-1923.

The son of James M. and Malinda Hale Goss, William Calvin Goss was born in Floyd County, Ind., about 1853. On Dec. 92, 1872, he married Dorcas Mary Chestnut and they had three sons: Hugh C., James, and Ovid. A contemporary history of Washington County notes that on Sept. 9, 1880, the FREDERICKSBERG NEWS (Ind.) was owned by icPheeters and Goss with Calvin Goss as editor. He became sole owner in 1881 but sold his interest in 1883. Later moving to Idaho , he remarried and had three children by his second wife. Goss died in Idaho in 1923.

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GRAFFIS, HERBERT BUTLER 1893-

Born in Logansport, Ind., on May. 31, 1893, Herbert Butler Graffis is the son of William Herbert and Elizabeth Markely Graffis. He attended Northwestern University. He married Dorothy Vaughan on Jan. 7, 1917, and they had one son, William Herbert. Graffis has worked as a reporter, columnist, and editor for trade journals, particularly those relating to golf. He established the National Golf Foundation.

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GRAHAM, LOREN R. 1933-

Loren R. Graham was born on June. 29, 1933, in Hymera, Ind., the son of Ross R. and Hazel McClanahan Graham. On Sept. 6, 1955, he married Patricia Albjerg and they had one daughter, Marguerite. He received the B.S. degree from Purdue University in 1955 and the degrees of A.M. in 1960 and Ph.D. in 1964 from Columbia University. In 1960-61 he did graduate study at the University of Moscow. Graham worked as a research engineer for the Dow Chemical Company (Midland, Mich.) in 1955 and taught at Indiana University, 1963-66. He joined the faculty of Columbia University in 1966 and served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1955-63.

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  • Moscow in May, 1963; Education and Cybernetics; an Interchange of Soviet and American Ideas Concerning Education, Programmed Learning, Cybernetics, and the Human Mind (withOliver J. Caldwell). Washington, D.C., 1964.Search "Moscow in May, 1963; Education and Cybernetics; an Interchange of
                                        Soviet and American Ideas Concerning Education, Programmed Learning,
                                        Cybernetics, and the Human Mind" by GRAHAM, LOREN R. 1933- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Soviet Academy of Sciences and the Communist Party, 1927-1932. Princeton, NJ., 1967.Search "The Soviet Academy of Sciences and the Communist Party,
                                        1927-1932" by GRAHAM, LOREN R. 1933- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GRAHAM, MALCOLM KINTNER: 1872-1941.

The son of Edwin Smith and Agnes Mary Kintner Graham, Malcolm Kintner Graham was born in Harrison County, Ind., on March. 20, 1872. The family moved to Texas in 1873. He attended Southwestern University and the United States Military Academy but did not complete his education because he was compelled to take over the family business interests of developing large ranchlands. On Aug. 14, 1901, he married Maude Garrett and they had three children: Louise, Alice, and Malcolm. Graham was president of the Southwest Political and Social Science Association in 1929. He was a member of the board of trustees of Southern Methodist University and was awarded an honorary LL.D. degree by that institution in 1928. He died in Graham, Texas, on July. 12, 1941.

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GRANEY, MAURICE RICHARD 1907-

Born in Indianapolis, Ind., on April. 1, 1907, Maurice Richard Graney was married in 1935 and is the father of three children. He obtained the following academic degrees from Purdue University: B.S.I.E. in 1935, M.S. in 1937, and Ph.D. in 1942. Graney was an assistant engineer, Modern Housing Corporation, 1927-29; worked as an engineer and consultant for three construction companies, 1930-34; and was superintendent of the training department, Inland Steel Company, 1950-51. From 1935 to 1956 he taught at Purdue University where he also held other positions. He became dean of the school of engineering at the University of Dayton in 1956.

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GRANT, DONALD CHESTER PETER 1892-

Donald Chester Peter Grant was born in Defiance, Ohio, on Feb. 22, 1892, the son of Donald Angus and Cassie Maude Williams Grant. The family moved to Indiana in 1902. He attended South Bend High School and the University of Notre Dame.

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GRAVER, MARY BYRD (MRS. ORIE O.): 1901-

Mary Byrd was born in Virginia in 1901 but moved to Indiana in 1909. She became a resident of Wayne County, living near Cambridge City since 1922. She graduated from Economy High School in 1919. She married Orie O. Graver on May. 21, 1922, and they had three children: Mary, Richard, and Orie. Mrs. Graver was an elementary school teacher for twenty-six years and is now retired. She has written articles, children's stories, and poems.

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GRAY, BEULAH BRAZELTON (MRS. EDWARD M.): 1882-1964.

Beulah Brazelton was born in Petersburg, Ind., on March. 23, 1882, the daughter of Rosalvo Brown and Laura Alice Capeheart Brazehon. She graduated from Petersburg High School in 1900 and taught school in Cato, Ind., 1901-02. In 1903 she married Edward Montgomery Gray and they had four children. Mrs. Gray joined the staff of the OTWELL STAR as a reporter in 1920 and served as editor, 1929-45. She became housemother of the Nurses Home for Students, Welborn Baptist Hospital (Evansville, Ind.). She is the author of pageants and short plays and has been recognized for her historical writing. She died in Petersburg in 1964.

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  • Harbard P. DeBruler, Pioneer Farmer, Gardener, Botanist, Preacher and Poet. Jasper, Ind., 1930.Search "Harbard P. DeBruler, Pioneer Farmer, Gardener, Botanist, Preacher
                                        and Poet" by GRAY, BEULAH BRAZELTON (MRS. EDWARD M.): 1882-1964. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The National Lincoln Memorial Highway over the Buffalo Trace. Otwell, Ind., 1931.Search "The National Lincoln Memorial Highway over the Buffalo
                                        Trace" by GRAY, BEULAH BRAZELTON (MRS. EDWARD M.): 1882-1964. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Saga of Three Churches; a History of Presbyterianism in Petersburg, 1821-1953. Petersburg, Ind., 1957.Search "The Saga of Three Churches; a History of Presbyterianism in
                                        Petersburg, 1821-1953" by GRAY, BEULAH BRAZELTON (MRS. EDWARD M.): 1882-1964. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GRAY, CLIFFORD F. 1930-

Born on Nov. 24, 1930, in Gary, Ind., Clifford F. Gray is the son of Sam and Charlotte McGrady Gray. He married Mary Gage on Aug. 27, 1960, and they had two children, Kevin and Robert. He earned the B.S. degree from Millikin University, 1959; M.B.A. degree from Indiana University, 1961; and D.B.A. degree from the University of Oregon, 1966.

Gray served in the U.S. Air Force from 1951 to 1955. He was senior industrial engineer for the U.S. Steel Corporation during 1959-60. He taught at Oregon State University, 1961-62, and the University of Oregon, 1963-65. Rejoining the faculty of Oregon State University in 1965, he became associate professor of management science and systems simulation in 1967. Gray was made vice president of Management Research Associates (Corvallis, Oreg.) in 1965.

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GRAY, FLOYD F. 1915-

Floyd F. Gray was born in Memphis, Ind., on Nov. 21, 1915. In 1921 the family moved to Scottsburg, Ind. He attended local public schools and graduated from Scottsburg High School. While a student Gray began to set down daily weather records in a weather log which he initiated in the late autumn months of 1931. A self-trained meteorologist, he recorded the prevailing weather conditions for each day of the two years contained within the pages of his book.

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GRAY, GILES WILKESON 1889-

The son of Isaac Redding and Lucy Abigail White Gray, Giles Wilkeson Gray was born on Dec. 11, 1889, in Shelbyville, Ind. He received the following academic degrees: A.B. from DePauw University, 1914; A.M. from the University of Wisconsin, 1923; and Ph.D. from the State University of Iowa, 1926. On Aug. 30, 1924, he married Helen Harris Clark and they had three children: Helen, Mary, and Edmund.

Gray taught speech at the University of Illinois, 1921-24; the State University of Iowa, 1924-32; and Louisiana State University from 1932 until his retirement in 1960. He has been host on the weekly educational television program "Pursuit of Learning" and served in the U.S. Army, 1917-19. He was a member of the editorial staff of QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF SPEECH during periods between 1925 and 1935 and was editor, 1939-41.

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GRAY, WILLIAM DUDLEY 1912-

William Dudley Gray was born in Jeffersonville, Ind., on Sept. 21, 1912. He was married in 1941 and is the father of three children. He received the A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1933 and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1938. Gray was an assistant in botany at the University of Pennsylvania during 1934-38. With Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., he was a research mycologist, 1939-40, and director of research, 1942-44. He was a biologist, Quartermaster Depot in Indiana, 1944-46. He taught at Miami University ( Ohio ), 1940-42; Iowa State Colleges, 1946-47; Ohio State University, 1947-64; and Southern Illinois University, 1964-70. Gray joined the faculty of Northern Illinois University in 1970.

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GRAYSON, ANDREW JACKSON: 1838-1913.

Andrew Jackson Grayson was born in Decatur County, Ind., on Dec. 26, 1838, the son of John Wren and Permelia Cummins Grayson. He acquired his education working in the office of the MADISON COURIER. He began as a printer's devil when he was twelve years old and later became a compositor and foreman. Grayson continued to work for that newspaper except when he served in the Civil War. He married Mathilda Laurence and they had four sons and two daughters. He died in Franklin, Ind., on July. 22, 1913.

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  • History of the Sixth Indiana Regiment in the Three Months' Campaign in Western Virginia.Search "History of the Sixth Indiana Regiment in the Three Months'
                                        Campaign in Western Virginia" by GRAYSON, ANDREW JACKSON: 1838-1913. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Boy Surgeon, Dr. William A. Collins; a Brilliant and Enviable Record, Heroic and Self-Sacrificing Services at Shiloh, Stone River, and Chickamauga. Madison. Richmond, Ind. 1882.Search "Boy Surgeon, Dr. William A. Collins; a Brilliant and Enviable
                                        Record, Heroic and Self-Sacrificing Services at Shiloh, Stone River, and
                                        Chickamauga" by GRAYSON, ANDREW JACKSON: 1838-1913. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Articles Published in the MADISON COURIER and the MADISON HERALD During the Years 1881 and 1900, Collected byMary Hill. Madison. Richmond, Ind.. 1952.Search "Articles Published in the MADISON COURIER
                                        and the MADISON HERALD During the Years 1881 and
                                        1900" by GRAYSON, ANDREW JACKSON: 1838-1913. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREEN, EDWARD J. 1924-

A native of Frankfort, Ind., Edward J. Green was born on April. 12, 1924. He was married in 1950 and is the father of four children. He received the A.B. degree in 1949 from Indiana University and the degrees of A.M. in 1952 and Ph.D. in 1953 from Harvard University. He was a research associate in the Human Resources Research Office, George Washington University, during 1953-54 and taught psychology at Dartmouth College, 1954-64. In 1964 he became professor of psychology and director of the institute of educational technology at Teachers College, Columbia University.

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GREEN, VICTOR 1905-

Born on May. 15, 1905, Victor Green is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy B. Green. He earned the A.B. degree from Indiana University. He married Mabel Hester and they had four children: Robert, Laura Jane, Donna, and Carolyn. A resident of Indiana for forty years, Green has worked as a newspaper publisher and writer. He has received a number of writing prizes and wrote The Million Dollar smile, a tourism workbook.

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  • By Mrmrs. Scrapbook and Notebook of a Country Editor's Family (withMabel Hester Green). Pekin, Ind., 1952.Search "By Mrmrs. Scrapbook and Notebook of a Country Editor's
                                        Family" by GREEN, VICTOR 1905- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREENE, CHARLES WILSON 1866-

Charles Wilson Greene was born in Crawford County, Ind., on Aug. 12, 1866. He was the son of William Henry and Mary Pence Greene. He graduated from DePauw Normal School in 1889; received the degrees of A.B. in 1892 and A.M. in 1893 from Stanford University; and earned the Ph.D. degree in 1898 from Johns Hopkins University. He married Flora Hartley on Aug. 7, 1895, and they had three children: Carl, Helen, and Harold.

Greene began his career as an instructor at DePauw Normal School in 1886 and taught at Stanford University, 1891-1900. He became professor of physiology and pharmacology at the University of Missouri and was appointed professor emeritus in 1936. He served in World War I and was a member of the American Physiological Society (president, 1933-34). Greene participated in physiological field study programs sponsored by federal and state agencies.

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GREENE, JACK PHILLIP 1931-

Born on Aug. 12, 1931, in Lafayette, Ind., Jack Phillip Greene is the son of Ralph B. and Nellie Miller Greene. He earned the following degrees: A.B. from the University of North Carolina, 1951; A.M. from Indiana University, 1952; and Ph.D. from Duke University, 1956. On June. 27, 1953, he married Sue Neuenswander and they had two children, Megan and Granville. Greene taught at Michigan State University, 1956-59, and Western Reserve University, 1959-65. In 1965 he became associate professor of history at the University of Michigan. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve, Military Intelligence, during 1956-63.

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  • The Quest for Power; the Lower Houses of Assembly in the Southern Royal Colonies, 1689-1776. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1963.Search "The Quest for Power; the Lower Houses of Assembly in the Southern
                                        Royal Colonies, 1689-1776" by GREENE, JACK PHILLIP 1931- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Reappraisal of the American Revolution in Recent Historical Literature. Washington, D. C., 1967.Search "The Reappraisal of the American Revolution in Recent Historical
                                        Literature" by GREENE, JACK PHILLIP 1931- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREENE, JACOB WESLEY: 1839-1916.

Jacob Wesley Greene was born in Harrison County, Ind., on Jan. 18, 1839. He became a dental surgeon in 1861 and married Annie Eliza Pitt in 1863. He published poetry and prose and wrote on dentistry. Greene was a resident of Chillicothe, Mo., in 1890 and died in 1916.

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  • Greene Brothers' Clinical Course in Dental Prosthesis, in Three Printed Lectures; New and Advance-Test Methods in Impression, Articulation, Occlusion, Roofless Dentures, Refits and Renewals. Detroit, 1914.Search "Greene Brothers' Clinical Course in Dental Prosthesis, in
                                        Three Printed Lectures; New and Advance-Test Methods in Impression,
                                        Articulation, Occlusion, Roofless Dentures, Refits and Renewals" by GREENE, JACOB WESLEY: 1839-1916. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREENE, JOHN COLTON 1917-

A native of Indianapolis, Ind., John Colton Greene was born on March. 5, 1917. He was married in 1945 and is the father of three children. He earned the A.B. degree in 1938 from the University of South Dakota and the degrees of A.M. in 1939 and Ph.D. in 1952 page: [244][View Page [244]] from Harvard University. Greene taught history at the University of Chicago, 1948-52; University of Wisconsin, 1952-56; Iowa State University, 1956-62; University of California, 1962-63; and University of Kansas, 1963-67. He began teaching at the University of Connecticut in 1967. He served in the U.S. Army, 1942-46, and was a Guggenheim fellow, 1966-67.

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GREENE, MARY FRANCES: ?-

Mary Frances Greene was born in Indianapolis, Ind. She attended Indiana public schools and the University of Chicago. Miss Greene taught for two years in Chicago and began teaching in elementary schools in New York City in 1961.

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GREENOUGH, WALTER SIDNEY: 1887-1967.

Walter Sidney Greenough was born in Brazil, Ind., in 1887. He graduated from Indiana University in 1910 where he was editor-in-chief of the INDIANA DAILY STUDENT. Student-owned and in its last year of publication (1910), he arranged the paper's transfer to the university for the school's journalism program. In 1912 he married Katharine Croan and they had two sons.

Greenough was a statehouse and political reporter for the Indianapolis STAR and later for the Indianapolis NEws and served as a correspondent for other Indiana newspapers. Early in World War I he was Indiana director of publicity for the Liberty Loan Drive and the War Savings Campaign. He subsequently joined the staff of the Fletcher Trust Company as vice president in charge of correspondent bank relations and public relations and was editor of the bank publication, THE DESK LAMP. Appointed by Governor Harry G. Leslie, Greenough was chairman of the Study Commission for Indiana Financial Institutions in 1931. He also served concurrently as public relations director for the Indiana and Indianapolis Tuberculosis Association for many years. He became executive director of the Indiana Chain Store Council in 1937 and died on Nov. 6, 1967.

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  • The War Purse of Indiana; the Five Liberty Loans and War Savings and Thrift Campaigns in Indiana During the World War. Indianapolis, 1922.Search "The War Purse of Indiana; the Five Liberty Loans and War Savings
                                        and Thrift Campaigns in Indiana During the World War" by GREENOUGH, WALTER SIDNEY: 1887-1967. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Three Skallywags. Indianapolis, 1926.Search "Three Skallywags" by GREENOUGH, WALTER SIDNEY: 1887-1967. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREENOUGH, WILLIAM CROAN 1914-

William Croan Greenough was born on July. 27, 1914, in Indianapolis, Ind., the son of Walter S. and Katharine Croan Greenough. From Indiana University he earned the A.B. degree in 1938 and the Ph.D. degree in 1949. He married Doris Decker in 1941 and they had three children: David William, Walter Croan, and Martha Alice.

Greenough was employed by Indiana University during 1938-41. He joined Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America in 1941 and became a trustee in 1955 and president in 1957. Working for Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, College Retirement Equities Fund, he began as vice president, 1952-55; was made a trustee, 1954; and served as president, 1957-62, and chairman and president since 1963. He was a member of the executive committee, National Council on the Aging, 1955-64. He received the Distinguished Alumni Service Award from Indiana University, 1960, and the Elizur Wright Award for A New Approach to Retirement Income, 1961. Greenough served in the U,S. Naval Reserve, 1943-45.

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GREGG, LUCY BROWN (MRs. CHARLES): 1833-

Lucy Brown was born in Sheldon, Vt., on Nov. 7, 1833. In Indiana she taught school in 1854 and took up residence in 1856. She married Charles Gregg on March. 18, 1856. Mrs. Gregg was still living in Indiana when the book listed below was published.

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  • Poems. In Three Departments, viz. Childhood and Youth, Religious and Miscellaneous. Indianapolis, 1886.Search "Poems. In Three Departments, viz. Childhood and Youth, Religious
                                        and Miscellaneous" by GREGG, LUCY BROWN (MRs. CHARLES): 1833- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREGORY, CHESTER ARTHUR: 1880-1956.

Chester Arthur Gregory was born in Shelbyville, Ind., on Jan. 24, 1880. He was the son of Samuel H. and Elizabeth Gregory. He received a B.S. degree from Marion Normal School ( Ind. ) in 1903; the degrees of A.B. in 1908 and A.M. in 1914 from Indiana University; and a Ph.D. degree from the State University of Iowa. He married Sadie Elizabeth Smith in 1902 and they had one daughter, Helen Virginia. He married his second wife, Corinne M. Taylor, in 1942.

Gregory began his career as superintendent of public schools in Indiana, Illinois, and Minnesota. He taught at Parsons College (Fairfield, Iowa), 1914-16; the University of Oregon, 1917-24; and the University of Cincinnati, 1924-37. He became president of the C. A. Gregory Company in 1931. In addition to writing books on educational subjects, Gregory is noted as a designer of standardized tests such as the Gregory-Spencer Geography Tests. He died on Dec. 4, 1956.

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  • The Efficiency of Oregon School Children in the Tool Subjects, As Shown by Standard Tests. Eugene, Oreg., 1919.Search "The Efficiency of Oregon School Children in the Tool Subjects, As
                                        Shown by Standard Tests" by GREGORY, CHESTER ARTHUR: 1880-1956. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Fundamentals of Educational Measurement with the Elements of Statistical Method. New York, 1922.Search "Fundamentals of Educational Measurement with the Elements of
                                        Statistical Method" by GREGORY, CHESTER ARTHUR: 1880-1956. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Statistical Method in Education and Psychology (withOmer W. Renfrow). Cincinnati, 1929.Search "Statistical Method in Education and Psychology" by GREGORY, CHESTER ARTHUR: 1880-1956. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • "Muddling Along"; Commentaries on the Teaching Profession, Mass Education, Politicians, and Preachers. Cincinnati, 1940.Search ""Muddling Along"; Commentaries on the Teaching
                                        Profession, Mass Education, Politicians, and Preachers" by GREGORY, CHESTER ARTHUR: 1880-1956. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GREN, JACK: ?-

Jack Gren was born in Fort Wayne, Ind. His first published work, written as an undergraduate student, was purchased by Radio Guild for commercial use. It was later included in an anthology with nationally recognized writers. He graduated from Indiana University School of Business and received a doctor of humanities degree. Gren was formerly on the staff of LIFE and is actively engaged in business as a consultant. He teaches at the college level and is an officer and director of several companies. He conducts clinics and seminars on professional development and speech and is a frequent speaker at business, industry, and professional meetings throughout the country.

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GRESHAM, WILLIAM OTTO: 1859-1946.

William Otto Gresham was born in Corydon, Ind., on Jan. 30, 1859, the son of Walter Quintin and Matilda McGrain Gresham. He attended Santa Clara College ( Calif. ) and received an A.B. degree from Wabash College in 1881 and an LL.B. degree from Columbia University (later George Washington University) in 1884. He married Lefa Nida on March. 2, 1931. Admitted to the Indiana bar, Gresham was associated with the law firm of Fairbank and Jacoby in Indianapolis for six years. He moved to Chicago in 1890 and continued to practice law, retiring in 1943. He was a member of the Chicago Board of Education during 1897-98 and at one time was a trustee of Wabash College. He died in Indianapolis on March. 2, 1946.

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GRESSLEY, GENE MAURICE 1931-

Gene Maurice Gressley , son of Minor McKinley and Lela Hause Gressley, was born on June. 20, 1931, page: [246][View Page [246]] in Frankfort, Ind. He earned the B.S. degree in 1952 from Manchester College, A.M. degree in 1956 from Indiana University, and Ph.D. degree in 1964 from the University of Oregon. He married Joyce Elinor Burrous on June. 13, 1952, and they had two children, Deborah and David.

Gressley was assistant state historian, Colorado State Historical Society, 1952-54. He became archivist at the University of Wyoming in 1956, director of the Petroleum History and Research Center in 1958, and director of the Western History Research Center in 1960. He received the Everett Eugene Edwards Award from the Agricultural History Society in 1958 for an article published in AGRICULTURAL HISTORY.

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GRIEST, WILLIAM A.: 1846-1926.

William A. Griest was born in York County , where he remained for several years. During the first World War he was a director and American representative of a large German corporation. He later started a factory of his own in San Francisco, where he died in 1934. Mr. Cuppy married Elizabeth Overstreet in 1895., on June. 5, 1846, the son of John and Hannah Edmundson Griest. The family moved to Jay County, Ind., in 1850. He received a home education and completed a supplementary course at Liber College. In 1874 he married Frances Bourne. He married his second wife, Jessie Riley, in 1910.

Griest was a teacher from 1866 to 1886. He moved to Portland, served two terms as deputy treasurer for Jay County, and was appointed county assessor in 1891. He became a bookkeeper for the Portland Natural Gas and Oil Company of which he was elected secretary and general manager in 1904. He continued in that capacity until the company ceased operations. Griest subsequently entered the insurance business and retired on Jan. 1, 1921. He devoted his attention largely to the collection and preservation of data for the archives of Jay County and died on March. 1, 1926.

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GRIFFITH, FAY E.: ca. 1886-1971.

Fay E. Griffith , a native of Denver, Ind., was born about 1886. A Summitville High School ( Ind. ) graduate, she attended Colorado State Teachers College and graduated from Indiana State Teachers College (Terre Haute). She earned the B.S. degree in 1926 and M.S. degree in 1929 from Teachers College, Columbia University. Miss Griffith joined the faculty of Indiana State Teachers College in 1920 where she continued until her retirement in 1953, except for a two-year period of instructing at LaCrosse Normal School ( Wis. ). She moved to Houston, Texas, in 1969 where she died on Dec. 17, 1971.

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GRIGGS, HARRY HUBERT 1927-

A native of Rockville, Ind., Harry Hubert Griggs was born on Aug. 20, 1927. He was married in 1952 and is the father of two children. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1947 and A.M. in 1949 from Indiana University and the Ph.D. degree in 1962 from the State University of Iowa . Griggs was telegraph editor of the LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER, 1949-50, and assistant" telegraph editor of the FORT WAYNE NEWS- SENTINEL, 1950-53. He was director of public relations at Wisconsin State College (River Falls) during 1953-54. He taught at Butler University, 1954-56, and the State Universitys of Iowa , 1956-57. Griggs joined the journalism department at the University of Florida in 1957 and served in the U.S. Army, 1946-47.

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  • Coverage of National Economic Conditions by Five Mass Circulation Daily Newspapers During Three Crucial Months of the 1957-58 Recession. Ann Arbor. 1962.Search "Coverage of National Economic Conditions by Five Mass Circulation
                                        Daily Newspapers During Three Crucial Months of the 1957-58 Recession" by GRIGGS, HARRY HUBERT 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GRILLS, MERTON W.: 1872-1958.

The son of James and Martha Grills, Merton W. Grills was born in Henry County, Ind., on May. 20, 1872. Because of the death of his father, education beyond grade school was not possible. For that reason he provided after his death that his estate be placed in a trust fund to aid worthy young men and women in attending college. Grills operated an insurance agency and spent most of his life in Hagerstown. He died on Oct. 20, 1958.

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  • Alpha: A Few Poems Collected to Commemorate the First Home-Comlng of Richsquare, August 22, 1908. Richmond, Ind., 1908.Search "Alpha: A Few Poems Collected to Commemorate the First Home-Comlng
                                        of Richsquare, August 22, 1908" by GRILLS, MERTON W.: 1872-1958. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GRIMES, PETER EDWARD: 1862-1929.

The son of Henry C. and Martha Mitchell Grimes, Peter Edward Grimes was born in Ripley County, Ind., on Feb. 20, 1862. He attended local schools and a normal school in Lebanon, Ohio About 1883 he married Elizabeth Flanagen and they had two children, Iona Susanna and Kenneth. He married his second wife, Sara Dora Purdieu, in 1900 and they had three children: Isaac Edward, James E., and Dorothy. His third wife was Martha Dailey and circa 1925 he wed Anna Stockinger. Grimes taught school in Ripley County; was a letter distributor for the railway mail service, seventeen years; and worked at the post office in Indianapolis , thirty-three years. During 1897-98 he wrote a column for the BATESVILLE DEMOCRAT ( Ind. ). He also wrote some political songs; was active in politics, 1895-1900; and died on Dec. 9, 1929.

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GRONERT, THEODORE GREGORY: 1887-1966.

Theodore Gregory Gronert was born in Prairie du Chien, Wis., on July. 28, 1887. He received three degrees from the University of Wisconsin: A.B. in 1908, A.M. in 1915, and Ph.D. in 1919. He began his teaching career as head of the department of social science at Texas State College for Women in 1919 and taught at the University of Arkansas, 1922-24. Gronert joined the faculty of Wabash College in 1924 where he became head of the department of history and was appointed professor emeritus in 1957. He died in Crawfordsville in 1966.

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  • Problems of Woman Citizenship and Woman's Club Program on Civic Problems. Denton, Texas, 1921.Search "Problems of Woman Citizenship and Woman's Club Program on
                                        Civic Problems" by GRONERT, THEODORE GREGORY: 1887-1966. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Problems of Woman Citizenship (an outline study). Denton, Texas, 1926.Search "Problems of Woman Citizenship (an outline study)" by GRONERT, THEODORE GREGORY: 1887-1966. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Wabash College; the First Hundred Years, 1832-1932, Being the Story of Its Growth from Its Founding in the Wilderness to the Present Day (withJames Insley Osborne). Crawfordsville. Richmond, Ind.. 1932.Search "Wabash College; the First Hundred Years, 1832-1932, Being the
                                        Story of Its Growth from Its Founding in the Wilderness to the Present
                                        Day" by GRONERT, THEODORE GREGORY: 1887-1966. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Sugar Creek Saga, a History and Development of Montgomery County. Crawfordsville. Richmond, Ind., 1958.Search "Sugar Creek Saga, a History and Development of Montgomery
                                        County" by GRONERT, THEODORE GREGORY: 1887-1966. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GRONINGER, TAYLOR ELLIS: 1871-1958.

A native of Camden, Ind., Taylor Ellis Groninger was born on March. 17, 1871, the son of John G. and Elizabeth Hench Groninger. He received the A.B. degree in 1893 from Indiana University and the LL.B. degree from Indiana Law School in 1898. He married Mabel Robertson on May. 24, 1911, and they had one daughter, Alice. Groninger taught school in Illinois for seven years and was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1898. He practiced law in Indianapolis in a firm with his brother and sister from 1898 until his retirement in 1957. During that time he held various positions including corporation counsel for Indianapolis , deputy prosecutor in the Indianapolis City Court, and chief deputy of the Marion County Criminal Court. Groninger died in Indianapolis on July. 29, 1958.

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  • Public Utility Rate-Making, Including Court Review of Rate Orders Based in the Main upon Decisions of the United States Supreme Court. Indianapolis, 1928.Search "Public Utility Rate-Making, Including Court Review of Rate Orders
                                        Based in the Main upon Decisions of the United States Supreme Court" by GRONINGER, TAYLOR ELLIS: 1871-1958. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GROSS, LAURENCE: 1889-1965

Born in Evansville, Ind., in 1889, Laurence Gross was the son of Mark N. and Bertha Gumberts Gross. He attended Central High School and worked in the art and editorial departments of the EVANSVILLE JOURNAL. He lived in Evansville for about twenty years and afterward became a furniture buyer in Canton, Ohio, and Milwaukee. Whistling in the Dark was performed on Broadway in the 1930s with considerable success for six months, toured on the road, and was later produced as a movie. Gross wrote several plays and was active in the little theater movement in Milwaukee. He was married three times, retired circa 1941, and died in Milwaukee in 1965.

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GROSSKOPF, CHARLOTTE D. (MRS. RUDOLPH F.): ?-

Charlotte D. Grosskopf was born in Indianapolis, Ind., and attended Butler University. She married Rudolph F. Grosskopf and they had two children, Charlotte and George. Mrs. Grosskopf has held offices in various local and state groups and has received statewide recognition for her civic work. It is believed that she remarried and moved to California .

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  • Feminine Silhouettes of the Past Century (American History in a Thimble); a Pageant in Verse with Musical Accompaniment. Indianapolis, 1933.Search "Feminine Silhouettes of the Past Century (American History in a
                                        Thimble); a Pageant in Verse with Musical Accompaniment" by GROSSKOPF, CHARLOTTE D. (MRS. RUDOLPH F.): ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GROVE, HELEN HARRIET 1917-

Helen Harriet Grove , who has written under the pseudonym of George Christian, was born in South Bend, Ind., in 1917. She is the daughter of Samuel Harold and LaVerne Mae Drescher Grove. She attended Bayle School of Design, 1937-39, and Washington University, 1940-42. She also studied in Paris . In 1943 Miss Grove became the owner of studios of historic research and illustration in both Chicago and Saint Louis . She was director of archives and business history research for Sears, Roebuck, and Company, 1951-67.

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GROW, LOTTIE LYONS (MRS. WALTER S.): 1884-

Born on July. 22, 1884, in Sullivan, Ind., Lottie Lyons is the daughter of William Harrison and Sarah Ellen Cramer Lyons. She graduated from Central Normal College in 1904 and studied at the Art Institute of Saint Louis, Herron School of Art, and Marian College. In 1910 she married Walter S. Grow and they had one daughter, Bernardine A. Mrs. Grow taught high school in Hymera, Ind., for five years. During World War II she served in South Pacific hospitals promoting art as therapy. She wrote a column in ART DIGEST, 1938-46, and the Indiana Federation of Womens Clubs magazine, 1937-44. An artist, Mrs. Grow has exhibited her work widely and has won numerous awards. She is the founder of White Cross Guild, Methodist Hospital.

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GRUBB, MARY B.: ?-

Mary B. Grubb , daughter of Joseph and Emma Grubb, was an art teacher in the Crawfordsville schools before and after the turn of the century. Her name was still listed in the Crawfordsville directory in 1934. No other information was found.

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GRUBER, JOSEPH JOHN 1930-

Joseph John Gruber, Jr. , is the son of Joseph John and Olive Marie Schommer Gruber and was born on Feb. 11, 1930, in Chicago, Ill. On Aug. 3, 1952, he married Patricia Lorene Caylor and they had four children: Cathy Louise, Jodyne Patricia, Michael Joseph, and Jay Leslie. He received three degrees from Purdue University: B.P.E. in 1952, M.P.E. in 1953, and Ph.D. in 1959. Gruber taught at West Lafayette High School ( Ind. ), 1952-53, and Utah State Industrial School, 1953. He joined Purdue University in 1955 as a graduate counselor and became associate professor of physical education in 1957. He served in the U.S. Army ( Korea ), 1953-55, and was assistant physical director, 1955-57, and member of the physical education committee, 1955-63, Young Men's Christian Association (Lafayette, Ind.).

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GUEDEL, ARTHUR ERNEST: 1883-1956.

Arthur Ernest Guedel was born on June. 13, 1883, in Cambridge City, Ind., the son of John and Mary Lennes Guedel. He earned the M.D. degree from Indiana University in 1908. He married Florence Fulton on Feb. 16, 1909, and they had two daughters, Marian and Gretchen. Guedel was director of public playgrounds and physical director for both the Indianapolis Boys Club and Indiana School for the Blind during 1900-10. Specializing in anesthesia, he practiced medicine in Indianapolis , 1909-28, and Los Angeles , 1928-40. From 1940 to 1952 he taught in the medical school of the University of Southern California. He received a number of awards for his work and was an attending and visiting member of several hospital staffs. Guedel died in Los Angeles on June. 10, 1956.

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GUERNSEY, JAMES LEE 1923-

James Lee Guernsey was born on June. 22, 1923, in Henryville, Ind. He was married in 1948 and is the father of two children. He earned the degrees of B.S. from Indiana State Teachers College in 1947, A.M. from Indiana University in 1948, and Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 1953. Guernsey joined the geography faculty of Indiana State University in 1948 where he became director of the science experiment station in 1961. He has remained at that institution except during 1953-57 when he held a teaching position at the University of Louisville.

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GUIO, CARRIE ABBOT (MRS. OLIVER S.): ?-

1967. Carrie Abbot was born in Polo, Ill. After graduation from Oregon Teachers College ( Ill. ) she taught school near Polo. She married Oliver S. Guio. She was twice named poet laureate by the Indiana Federation of Womens Clubs. Many of her poems were published in anthologies, magazines, and newspapers. Mrs. Guio was a founder and member of the Indiana chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters. Prior to her death in 1967, she had been a resident of Indianapolis for fifty years.

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GUION, ROBERT MORGAN 1924-

Robert Morgan Guion , son of Leroy Herbert and Carolyn Morgan Guion, was born on Sept. 14, 1924, in Indianapolis, Ind. He earned the A.B. degree in 1948 from the State University of Iowa and the degrees of M.S. in 1950 and Ph.D. in 1952 from Purdue University. On June. 8, 1947, he married Emily Firestone and they had five children: David, Diana, Keith, Pamela, and Judith.

Guion was a vocational counselor, 1948-51, and research assistant, 1951-52, at Purdue University. He joined the faculty of Bowling Green State University ( Ohio ) in 1952 and became professor of psychology in 1964 and department chairman in 1966. He served in the U.S. Army, 1943-46, and is a psychologist, maintaining a private consulting practice. Guion received the James McKeen Cattell Award, division of industrial psychology, and has been a member of the board of editors, ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE.

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GUNDER, CLAUDE A. 1873-

Claude A. Gunder was born in Dunkirk, Ind., on Nov. 26, 1873. During his early years he lived in the Indiana towns of Powers Station, Marion, and Redkey. He entered Northern Indiana Normal School in 1888 but returned home after one year and worked for a short time. Gunder studied with a physician and attended medical school for a term. He was married in 1890 and entered the drug business in Camden. A series of circumstances led him to become an alcoholic. Later cured, Gunder spent the rest of his life crusading for temperance.

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  • Life of Claude A. Gunder, Saved by the Blood from a Drunkard's Hell. … Marion, Richmond, Ind., 1907.Search "Life of Claude A. Gunder, Saved by the Blood from a
                                        Drunkard's Hell. … Marion" by GUNDER, CLAUDE A. 1873- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GUNNEMAN, Louis HERMAN 1910-

A native of Indianapolis, Ind., Louis Herman Gunneman was born on Dec. 12, 1910, the son of Louis and Lydia Amelia Amt Gunneman. He received the A.B. degree in 1932 from Lakeland College ( Wis. ); the degrees of B.D. in 1935 and D.D. in 1952 from Mission House Theological Seminary ( Wis. ); and the Th.M. degree in 1953 from Princeton University. He married Johanna Diedericke Menke on June. 4, 1935, and they had three children: Judith Ann, Jon Peter, and Joanne Ruth. Ordained in the ministry of the United Church of Christ in 1935, Gunneman held pastorates in Tipton, Iowa, during 1935-41 and Lafayette, Ind., from 1941 to 1952. He taught at Mission House Theological Seminary, 1953-62, and began teaching at the Union Theological Seminary ( Minn. ) in 1962.

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GUSS, CAROLYN 1910-

Carolyn Guss was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on June 11, 1910, the daughter of Edward M. and Mary Kealing Guss. She received the B.S. degree from Butler University in 1929 and the degrees of M.S. in 1942 and Ed.D. in 1952 from Indiana University. Miss Guss taught English and Latin in Indiana high schools in Kingman, 1929-35, and Amo, 1935-42. In 1942 she joined the faculty of Indiana University.

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  • A Proposed Method for Establishing Bibliographic Control of the Newer Educational Media for the Purpose of Informing Teachers Concerning Available Materials and Their Educational Utility (withMargaret Rufsvold). Bloomington, Ind., 1960.Search "A Proposed Method for Establishing Bibliographic Control of the
                                        Newer Educational Media for the Purpose of Informing Teachers Concerning
                                        Available Materials and Their Educational Utility" by GUSS, CAROLYN 1910- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Sources of Information About Newer Educational Media for Elementary and Secondary Education, 1950--1960 (withMargaret Rufsvold). Bloomington, Ind., 1960.Search "Sources of Information About Newer Educational Media for
                                        Elementary and Secondary Education, 1950--1960" by GUSS, CAROLYN 1910- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Guides to Newer Educational Media: Films, Filmstrips, Phonorecords, Radio, Slides, Television (withMargaret Rufsvold). Chicago, 1961.Search "Guides to Newer Educational Media: Films, Filmstrips,
                                        Phonorecords, Radio, Slides, Television" by GUSS, CAROLYN 1910- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

GUTHRIE, ALFRED BERTRAM 1901-

Alfred Bertram Guthrie, Jr. , was born in Bedford, Ind., on Jan. 13, 1901, the son of Alfred Bertram and June Thomas Guthrie. In that same year the family moved to Choteau, Mont. He attended the University of Washington and graduated from the University of Montana in 1923. His first wife was Harriet Larson whom he wed on June. 25, 1931. On April. 3, 1969, he married his second wife, Carol Luthin. Guthrie grew up in the West and served as an apprentice with newspapers. He spent more than twenty years with the LEXNGTON LEADER (Ky.) and later served as executive editor. He became a free-lance writer in 1947; won a Nieman fellowship from Harvard University, 1944; and received a Pulitzer prize for fiction for The Way West.

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GUTHRIE, MARY LOUISE: ?-1970.

Mary Louise Guthrie , blind poet and musician, was educated at the Indiana School for the Blind and studied violin at the Jordan Conservatory of Music. She was a member of many civic groups and organizations for the blind and died on March. 30, 1970.

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GWINN, RALPH WALDO: 1884-1962.

Ralph Waldo Gwinn was born in Noblesville, Ind., on March. 99, 1884, the son of John and Eva Harvey Gwinn. He obtained the A.B. degree in 1905 from DePauw University and the LL.B. degree in 1908 from Columbia University. He married Essie O'Daniel on June. 30, 1908, and they had five children: Robert, David, Gordon, Margaret, and Eleanor. His second wife was Mary Kerr Page whom he wed on May a, 1959. Admitted to the New York bar in 1908, Gwinn practiced law in New York City until 1945. He served several terms in Congress as a representative from New York state and was a trustee of DePauw University during 1923-62. He was active in religious movements and died on Feb. 27, 1962.

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  • Fifth Avenue Farm; a Biological Approach to the Problem of the Survival of Our Civilization (withFrank Fritts). New York, 1938.Search "Fifth Avenue Farm; a Biological Approach to the Problem of the
                                        Survival of Our Civilization" by GWINN, RALPH WALDO: 1884-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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