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KAIN, JOHN FORREST: 1935-

John Forrest Kain was born on Nov. 9, 1935, in Fort Wayne, Ind., the son of Forrest Morgan and Bessie Wilder Kain. He received the A.B. degree from Bowling Green State University, 1957, and the A.M. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California ( Berkeley ), 1961. On Aug. 17, 1957, he married Mary Fan Kiracofe and they had two daughters, Mary Jo and Joanna.

Kain was a lecturer in the extension division of the University of California ( Berkeley ), 1959-61, and research economist for the Rand Corporation ( Santa Monica ), 1961-62. He taught at the U.S. Air Force Academy ( Colorado Springs ), 1962-65. In 1966 he joined the faculty of Harvard University where he became professor of economics in 1969. He also became a senior staff member of the National Bureau of Economic Research in 1967. Kain served as a consultant to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1966-68; the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1968; and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1968.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

KAISER, ALBERT: 1891-

Albert Kaiser was born in Cedar Grove, Ind., in 1891. He was ordained a Catholic priest in 1907 and is a member of the Society of the Precious Blood. Kaiser has lived in Indiana most of his life and is a resident of San Pierre.

Information from Saint Joseph's College Library.

KAISER, EDWIN GEORGE: 1893-

Edwin George Kaiser was born on Oct. 8, 1893, in Cedar Grove, Ind. His parents were Michael and Margaret Rosenberger Kaiser. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1921 and honorary Litt.D. from Saint Joseph's College ( Ind. ) and the S.T.D. degree from Pontifical Lateran University. Kaiser was ordained a Catholic priest in 1921. He was professor of theology at Saint Charles Seminary, 1924-38, and taught religion at Saint Joseph's College from 1944 until his retirement in 1966. In 1957 he became chairman of the Precious Blood Institute and has contributed to New Catholic Encyclopedia.

Information from Directory of American Scholars and Hawkins and McClarren--Indiana Lives.

KAMMAN, WILLIAM FREDERICK: 1885-

A native of Holland, Ind., William Frederick Kamman was born on Jan. 30, 1885, the son of Henry William and Sophia Engel Meyer Kamman. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1913 and A.M. in 1914 from page: [334][View Page [334]] Indiana University, Ph.D. degree in 1917 from the University of Pennsylvania, and S.B. degree in 1921 from the University of Pittsburgh. He married Ida E. Geiss on Dec. 23, 1917, and they had three daughters: Elizabeth Wilhelmina, Grace Eleanor, and Carol Ruth. Kamman was a teacher in Indiana schools, 1903-07 and 1909-12. From 1917 until his retirement in 1953, he taught modern languages at Carnegie Institute of Technology, serving as department head, 1931-53. He was president of the Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association, 1939-40, and died in 1960.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

KANTOR, JACOB ROBERT: 1888-

The son of Julius and Mary Slocum Kantor, Jacob Robert Kantor was born on Aug. 8, 1888, in Harrisburg, Pa. He attended the University of Chicago and earned the degrees of Ph.B. in 1914 and Ph.D. in 1917. He was awarded an honorary D.Se. degree by Denison University in 1961. He married Helen Rich on Sept. 2, 1916, and they had one daughter, Helene Juliette. Kantor held instructorships in psychology and philosophy at the University of Minnesota, the University of Chicago, and Ohio State University. In 1920 he joined the faculty of Indiana University as an assistant professor and retired in 1959. He became editor of the Principia Press in 1931 from which he also retired. He later served as a visiting professor at several universities.

Information from Who's Who in America.

KARDATZKE, CARL HENRY: 1904-1959.

Carl Henry Kardatzke was born on Oct. 4, 1904, in Elmore, Ohio. He earned the following academic degrees: A.B. from Kentucky Wesleyan College in 1928, A.M. from Columbia University in 1930, and Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky in 1933. He married Eva Clare Holbrook in 1931 and they had four children: Mary Lee, Howard, Phyllis, and Lois. Kardatzke was a high school teacher for two years and junior college instructor for one year. In 1933 he joined the faculty of Anderson College where he taught until his death on Jan. 13, 1959. He was a Fulbright senior research scholar to British East Africa in 1953.

Information from Anderson College School of Theology Library.

KARSTEN, KARL G.: 1891-1968.

Karl G. Karsten was born in Bloomington, Ind., in 1891, the son of Gustaf E. and Eleanor S. Daggett Karsten. He earned a bachelor's degree from both the University of New Mexico in 1911 and Oxford University where he was a Rhodes scholar in 1914. His first wife was Elinor Cox and they had one daughter. He later married Helen Tippy. In 1927 Karsten became president and general manager of the Kardex Institute of New York . He was also head of the Karsten Statistical Laboratory, Karsten Forecasts, and the Irving Fisher Index Number Institute. He served with several federal agencies from 1934 to 1942 and died in 1968.

Information from Who's Who Among North American Authors and NEW YORK TIMES, May. 26, 1968.

  • Charts and Graphs; an Introduction to Graphic Methods in the Control and Analysis of Statistics. New York, 1925.Search "Charts and Graphs; an Introduction to Graphic Methods in the
                                        Control and Analysis of Statistics" by KARSTEN, KARL G.: 1891-1968. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Scientific Forecasting; the Methods and Applications to Practical Business and to Stock Market Operations. New York, 1931.Search "Scientific Forecasting; the Methods and Applications to Practical
                                        Business and to Stock Market Operations" by KARSTEN, KARL G.: 1891-1968. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KASER, DAVID: 1924-

David Kaser was born in Mishawaka, Ind., on March. 12, 1924. He received the A.B. degree from Houghton College in 1949, A.M. degree from the University of page: [335][View Page [335]] Notre Dame in 1950, and the degrees of A.M. in L.S. in 1952 and Ph.D. in 1956 from the University of Michigan. He married Jane Jewell. He served in the U.S. Army, 1943-47. Kaser was a librarian at Ball State University, 1952-54; the University of Michigan, 1954-56; and Washington University (Saint Louis), 1956-59. He was director of both Vanderbilt University libraries, 1960-68, and Cornell University libraries, 1968-73. In 1973 he became professor of library science at Indiana University. He has compiled booktrade directories of Nashville and Saint Louis in the pre-Civil War days.

Information from Biographical Directory of Librarians in the United States and Canada.

KATTERHENRY, ROSE CAROLYN BYERS (MRS. EDWARD H.) : 1878-

Rose Carolyn Byers was born in Martin County, Ind., in 1878, the daughter of Daniel Webster and Maryanne Corbin Byers. She attended public schools in southern Indiana and Indianapolis and took courses at a business college and Indiana University. On Nov. 23, 1898, she married Edward H. Katterhenry. She wrote poetry and was a teacher and lecturer in dramatic art. At the New York World's Fair in 1939 Mrs. Katterhenry received an award in recognition of outstanding service to poets and poetry in Indiana.

Information from Boruff--Women of Indiana.

KAUFFMAN, CHRISTMAS CAROL MILLER (MRS. NELSON E.) : 1902-

Christmas Carol Miller was born on Dec. 25, 1902, in Elkhart, Ind. Her parents were Abraham Rohrer and Selena Belle Wade Miller. She received an A.A. degree from Hesston College in 1929. She married Nelson E. Kauffman in 1929 and they had five children : MaDonna Lee, Stanlee Devon, James Milton, Marcia Marie, and Kauffman Miller. Mrs. Kauffman began writing while attending college. She served as a missionary with her husband in Hannibal, Mo., for twenty-two years.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

KAUFMAN, HELEN ANDREWS: 1889-

A native of Seymour, Ind., Helen Andrews Kaufman was born on May 17, 1889. She was married twice and had two children. She received the A.B. degree in 1909 from Wilson College, A.M. degree in 1911 from Indiana University, and Ph.D. degree in 1934. from the University of Washington. Mrs. Kaufman taught English literature at the University of Washington from 1935 until her retirement in 1960.

Information from Directory of American Scholars.

KAUPER, PAUL GERHARDT: 1907-

Born on Nov. 9, 1907, in Richmond, Ind., Paul Gerhardt Kauper is the son of Frederick John and Mary Tubesing Kauper. He earned the A.B. degree from Earlham College in 1929 and the J.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1932. He married Anna Nicklas on Sept. 22, 1934, and they had two children, Thomas Eugene and Carolyn Ann.

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Kauper was an attorney for White and Case ( New York ), 1934-36, and worked in the legal department, Pan American Petroleum and Transport Company ( New York ), 1942-45. He joined the faculty of the law school at the University of Michigan in 1936 where he became professor of law in 1946. A renowned authority on international law, Kauper has been awarded honorary degrees by Earlham College, Texas Lutheran College, Capital University, Valparaiso University, and Heidelberg University ( Germany ). He also received the American Bar Association Ross Essay Prize in 1951 and the University of Michigan distinguished faculty achievement award in 1959. He has edited and compiled several books.

Information from Contemporary Authors and Mrs. Charles O. Yount.

KAUTZ, JOHN IDEN: 1896-

John Iden Kautz was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Nov. 30, 1896, the son of Frederic Rollin and Harriett Medara Iden Kautz. He received the B.S. degree from Butler University in 1917. On Oct. 19, 1919, he married Doris Palmer Guirl and they had one son, John Iden, Jr. Kautz is a veteran of World War I. In 1919 he became owner and operator of the Kautz Stationery Company ( Indianapolis ).

Information from Hawkins and McClarren--Indiana Lives.

KEALING, ETHEL BLACK : ?-

Ethel Black Kealing was born in Indianapolis, Ind., and attended the school of music at Butler University during the 1930s. She has written for several anthologies including Contemporary Poets, Contemporary American Lyricists, and Indiana Poets.

Information from Indiana State Library.

KEENEY, ELDORA NELSON (MRS. GEORGEA.) : 1878-

Eldora Nelson was born near Jamestown, Ind., on Jan. 26, 1878, the daughter of Thomas J. and Alice Nelson. The family moved to Hendricks County in 1879. She received a teaching certificate from Indiana State Normal College and taught in the Hendricks County schools for eight years. She married George A. Keeney on Sept. 30, 1906, and they had one daughter, Virginia Belle. Mrs. Keeney lived in Danville, Ind., from 1906 to 1960 where she owned and operated the Keeney Book Store, 1931-52. She moved to Allen County in 1960.

Information from Plainfield Public Library and Mrs. Lowell Coats.

KEHR, CYRUS: 1856-1941.

Cyrus Kehr was born in Goshen, Ind., on March 30, 1856, the son of Jacob Miller and Magdalena Kornhaus Kehr. The family moved to Illinois in 1865. He attended Cornell College and Knox College; taught school, 1874-80; and began reading law. On Nov. 9, 1886, he married Anna Martha Witmer and they had four children: Marguerite, Florence, Elizabeth, and Raymond.

Kehr practiced law in Chicago, 1886-99; Knoxville, Tenn., 1899-1920; and Washington, D.C., from 1920 page: [337][View Page [337]] until his retirement in 1937. He was interested in public affairs, especially roads. He was instrumental in the building of Sheridan Road in Chicago; was vice president of the Southern Appalachian Good Roads Association (Tenn.), 1909-13; was an officer in many other highway organizations; and was an advocate of a national system of superhighways. Kehr died in Washington, D.C., on July 14, 1941.

Information from The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography.

KEISER, EDNA LOUISE FRANKMAN (MRS. VENICE D.) : 1894-

Edna Louise Frankman was born in Versailles, Ohio, on Dec. 16, 1894, the daughter of Herman A. and Jennie Burns Frankman. She graduated from Versailles High School and attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music for one year. In 1914 the family moved to Indianapolis and in 1915 she became a librarian at the Indianapolis Central Library. She married Venice D. Keiser in 1918. They lived in Akron, Ohio, from 1919 to 1923 and in Minnesota for two years but returned to Indianapolis in 1925.

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KELL, JAMES H.: 1930-

Born in Fort Wayne, Ind., on Feb. 25, 1930, James H. Kell was married in 1957 and is the father of two children. He earned the degrees of B.S.C.E. in 1951 and M.S.C.E. in 1952 from Purdue University. Kell was a research engineer and lecturer at the Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering, University of California, from 1954 to 1964 and principal traffic engineer for the Traffic Research Corporation, 1964-67. He was associated with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell, and Company during 1967-71 and became president and chairman of the board of JHK and Associates in 1971. He was a member of the Highway Research Board, National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 1952-54.

Information from American Men and Women of Science.

KELLAR, JAMES HARLEY: 1922-

James Harley Kellar was born in Argos, Ind., on Feb. 1, 1922. He received the following degrees from Indiana University: A.B. in 1948, A.M. in 1953, and Ph.D. in 1956. He was married in 1946 and is the father of two children. Kellar was an archaeologist for the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, 1955-56. He subsequently became curator of the Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Museum and later taught at the University of Georgia. In 1960 he joined the faculty of Indiana University as assistant professor of archaeology where he also became director of the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology.

Information from American Men of Science.

KELLER, HARRY BERT: 1924-

A native of Fort Wayne, Ind., Harry Bert Keller was born on June 4, 1924. He was married in 1951 and is the father of three children. From the University of Michigan he received the B.S.E. degree in 1948 and Ph.D. degree in 1951. From 1951 tO 1965 Keller held various positions with the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California. He subsequently joined page: [338][View Page [338]] the physics faculty of Saint Olaf College. He served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1944-46.

Information from American Men and Women of science.

KELLNER, ESTHER ARMACOST (MRS. LEE) : 1909-

Esther Armacost was born on June 24, 1909, in Henry County, Ind., the daughter of John Allen and Franke Anna Cox Armacost. Her first husband was Wynn Cooper and they had one daughter, Jamie Lee. On Nov. 8, 1942, she married Lee Kellner. A free-lance writer, Mrs. Kellner is a former editor of CHILDREN'S PLAYMATE ( Cleveland ). She has done public speaking and has been a volunteer worker at the state mental hospital. She won the Indiana University Novel Award for The Promise in 1956 and has written radio scripts and filmstrips for Cathedral Films (Hollywood, Calif.).

Information from Contemporary Authors and Morrisson-Reeves Library. Richmond .

KELSO, CHARLES D.: 1928-

Charles D. Kelso was born in New Albany, Ind., in 1928. He received the following degrees: A.B. in 1946 and J.D. in 1950 from the University of Chicago; LL.M. in 1962 and J.S.D. in 1968 from Columbia University; and LL.D. in 1966 from John Marshall University. He was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1953. Kelso was professor and associate dean, University of Miami Law School, and became professor of law at Indianapolis Law School in 1951. He worked as a law clerk for Justice Sherman Minton of the U.S. Supreme Court and was a Cardozo fellow at Columbia University. He also served as study director for the American Association of Law School's study of part-time legal education.

Information from Charles D. Kelso and AALS Directory of Law Teachers.

KELSO, REUBEN EDGAR: 1871-1956.

The son of Joseph Kelso, Reuben Edgar Kelso was born in Barnard, Ind., in 1871. He was married and was the father of two daughters. Described as having a natural talent for watchmaking, at the age of eight he was fixing broken timepieces for neighbors. When he was seventeen, a wealthy farm neighbor financed a small jewelry store for him. Kelso moved to Indianapolis in 1950 where he established a watchmaking and jewelry store in his home. He died on May 30, 1956.

Information from Indiana State Library.

KEMPF, EDWARD JOHN: 1885-

Edward John Kempf was born in Jasper, Ind., in 1885. His parents were Edward James and Carolyn Judy Kempf. He received an A.B. degree from Indiana University and an M.D. degree from Western Reserve Medical School. In 1914 he married Helen Dorothy Clarke. Kempf has done research in the psychology and psychopathology of the family and personal relations.

Information from Who's Who Among North American Authors.

KEMPF, JOSEPH GEORGE: 1893-

Joseph George Kempf was born in Evansville, Ind., on Sept. 27, 1893. He received the A.B. degree in 1914 from Saint Meinrad Seminary and the degrees of A.M. in 1924 and Ph.D. in 1927 from Fordham University. With the exception of five years, Kempf has taught sociology at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College ( Ind. ) since 1923. In 1962 he was named a domestic prelate by Pope John XXIII.

Information from American Men of Science.

KENKEL, JOSEPH BERNARD: 1894-

Joseph Bernard Kenkel was born in Newport, Ohio, on Jan. 1, 1894, the son of Bernard and Mary Meiring Kenkel. He received the A.B. degree from Saint Joseph's College in 1913 and the Ph.D. degree from Catholic University of America in 1902. An ordained priest in the Roman Catholic church, Father Kenkel taught at Saint Charles Seminary (Carthagena, Ohio), 1920-25, and Catholic University of America, 1944-46. Joining the faculty of Saint Joseph's College, he served as dean of studies, 1925-27; president, 1927-37; and chairman of the division of social science, 1937-44 and 1946-50. He began teaching economics at that institution in 1946.

Information from Hawkins and McClarren--Indiana Lives.

KENNEDY, BENJAMIN F.: 1832-1916.

Benjamin F. Kennedy was born in Bourbon County, Ky., on Dec. 5, 1832. He was a teacher in that county for several years. He moved to Johnson County, Ind., in 1856 and was one of the state's pioneer rural educators. He was the first teacher to introduce the higher branches of learning and took the initiative in systematizing the schools of Johnson County. Kennedy was principal of the Morgantown schools and Trafalgar High School and was the first superintendent of the Johnson County schools. He died near Franklin, Ind., in 1916.

Information from Indiana State Library.

KENNEDY, CLARENCE HAMILTON: 1879-

A native of Rockport, Ind., Clarence Hamilton Kennedy was born on June 25, 1879, the son of Albert Hamilton and Emma Dorinda Tennant Kennedy. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1902 and A.M. in 1903 from Indiana University; A.M. degree in 1915 from Stanford University; and Ph.D. degree in 1919 from Cornell University. He married Lydia June Findley on March 16, 1927, and they had two children, Bruce Albert and Mary Janet. During 1902-03 Kennedy taught at Indiana University and in 1903 became a scientific assistant for the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries. In 1919 he joined the faculty of Ohio State University. He was president of the Entomological Society of America in 1934.

Information from The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography.

KENNEDY, JAY BYRON: 1931-

Jay Byron Kennedy was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Feb. 7, 1931. He was married in 1954 and is the father of two children. He obtained the following academic degrees from Indiana University: A.B. in 1954, A.M. in 1957, and Ph.D. in 1961. Kennedy was a staff economist for the Arabian American Oil Company, 1963--67. He taught economics at the University of South Florida, 1960--63, and rejoined the faculty in 1967.

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Information from American Men of Science.

KENNEDY, MILLARD FILLMORE: 1863-

Millard Fillmore Kennedy , son of Benjamin F. and Delilah Davenport Kennedy, was born on Sept. 14, 1863, in Morgan County, Ind. He attended a one-room school and graduated from Franklin College. He was married on April 26, 1885. Kennedy taught school in Hensley Township, Johnson County, for thirty-six years and retired in 1919. He also farmed and continued to live at the family home where he was born.

Information from Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hougham and Mrs. R. W. Mullinix.

  • Schoolmaster of Yesterday; a Three-Generation Story, 1820-1919 (withAlvin F. Harlow). New York, 1940.Search "Schoolmaster of Yesterday; a Three-Generation Story,
                                        1820-1919" by KENNEDY, MILLARD FILLMORE: 1863- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KENWORTHY, LEONARD STOUT: 1912-

Leonard Stout Kenworthy was born in Richmond, Ind., on March 26, 1912, the son of Murray S. and Lenora Holloway Kenworthy. He earned the A.B. degree from Earlham College in 1933 and the degrees of A.M. in 1935 and Ed.D. in 1948 from Columbia University.

Kenworthy held various positions at the following schools: Friends Select School (Philadelphia), 1934-36; Brunswick School (Greenwich, Conn.), 1936-38; and Friends Central School (Philadelphia), 1938-42. He was director of the Friends International Center (Berlin, Germany), 1940-41, and was with the secretariat of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, 1946--48. In 1949 he joined the faculty of Brooklyn College where he became professor of education. Kenworthy is a member of the U.S. Commission for UNESCO; was a winner, Van Loan essay contest; and received the Citizen of Paris Award.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912-

Ann Elizabeth Kerker was born in Butte, Mont., on May 19, 1912. She received the B.S. degree in bacteriology from Purdue University in 1933 and the M.S. degree in library science from the University of Illinois page: [341][View Page [341]] in 1959. She became a registered medical technologist in 1937 and certified medical librarian in 1960. Miss Kerker worked as a medical technologist for the Arnett Clinic (Lafayette, Ind.), 1933-45, and the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), 1945-55. She was an assistant in the life science library at Purdue University, 1956-59, where she became veterinary science librarian in 1959.

Information from Purdue University Library.

  • The Reference Library in Microbiology. Lafayette. Ind., 1959.Search "The Reference Library in Microbiology" by KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Literature Sources in the Biological Sciences (withEsther M. Schlundt). Lafayette, Ind., 1961.Search "Literature Sources in the Biological Sciences" by KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Biological and Biomedical Resource Literature (withHenry T. Murphy). Lafayette, Ind., 1968.Search "Biological and Biomedical Resource Literature" by KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • A Guide to Source and Reference Materials in Science and Technology Selected for Schools, Public and Undergraduate Libraries. Lafayette, Ind., 1968.Search "A Guide to Source and Reference Materials in Science and
                                        Technology Selected for Schools, Public and Undergraduate Libraries" by KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Influence of Noise on Performance and Accidental Injury (with others). Lafayette, Ind., 1970.Search "The Influence of Noise on Performance and Accidental Injury (with
                                        others)" by KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Role of Noise As a Physiologic Stressor (with others). Lafayette. Ind.. 1970.Search "The Role of Noise As a Physiologic Stressor (with
                                    others)" by KERKER, ANN ELIZABETH : 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KERR, WILLIAM HENRY: 1852-1932.

Born in Cumberland County, Ky., on Sept. 6, 1852, William Henry Kerr was the son of Thomas D. and Patience Spears Kerr. He taught school and later attended Bible College (Tenn.) for four years. On Sept. 1, 1874, he married Elva J. Lough and they had three daughters. Kerr moved to Indiana in 1882. He was a well-known minister in the Christian church; held his first pastorate in 1873; and served churches in Fortville, Ind., and Rossville, Ill., among others. He retired from the ministry in 1924. In 1926 Kerr composed the centennial pageant celebrating the organization of the Christian Church in Crawfordsville, wrote the history of the church, and preached the centennial sermon. He was the author of two volumes used as'texts in church colleges. He died in Crawfordsville on Dec. 4, 1932.

Information from Indiana State Library and Golda Kerr Cunningham.

  • The King's Keys to His Kingdom, Containing a Brief Line of Evidences of the Glorious King of Heaven and Earth. … Cincinnati. 1914.Search "The King's Keys to His Kingdom, Containing a Brief Line of
                                        Evidences of the Glorious King of Heaven and Earth. … Cincinnati" by KERR, WILLIAM HENRY: 1852-1932. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Radio Messages from Paradise, Revealing the Glorious Condition, Privileges, Immunities, and Blessings of the Redeemed in the Great Beyond. Crawfordsville, Ind., 1923.Search "Radio Messages from Paradise, Revealing the Glorious Condition,
                                        Privileges, Immunities, and Blessings of the Redeemed in the Great
                                        Beyond" by KERR, WILLIAM HENRY: 1852-1932. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KESLING, ROBERT VERNON : 1917-

Robert Vernon Kesling was born in Cass County, Ind., on Sept. 11, 1917. He was married in 1942 and is the father of three children. He received the A.B. degree in 1939 from DePauw University and the degrees of M.S. in 1941 and Ph.D. in 1949 from the University of Illinois. He served in the U.S. Air Force, 1941-46. Kesling began teaching geology at the University of Michigan in 1949 where he became curator of the museum of paleontology in 1966. He was editor of the JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY, 1958-64, and has written several bulletins.

Information from American Men and Women of Science.

KESSLER, RAYMOND WILKE: 1905-

Raymond Wilke Kessler , who changed his first name to Raymond, was born in Evansville, Ind., on June 15, 1905. He is the son of Sidney E. and Grace E. Wilke Kessler. He attended Evansville public schools, graduated from Indiana University in 1929, and earned the A.M. degree from Northwestern University in 1937.

After teaching school in Indiana in Kentland, Evansville, and Gary, Kessler was an instructor at Kansas State Teachers College. He later became director of theatre and taught speech at Northwestern University. He also worked as a teacher in California in Burbank, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, and Sepulveda. His stage work includes acting with the Sherman Stock Company (Evansville, Ind.) and the Kendill Players and dialogue director for Universal Pictures. Kessler has written short stories for boys' magazines and has edited a collection of short stories.

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KIDWELL, CARL : 1910-

Carl Kidwell was born in Washington, Ind., on Aug. 8, 1910, the son of William and Martha Kidwell. Because of an extended illness, his formal education ended in grade school. Kidwell worked at a variety of jobs in the early 1930s. Enlisting in the U.S. Navy, he served as a radioman until the end of World War II. Afterward he settled in New York and did free-lance illustrating for books and magazines, specializing in juvenile adventure fiction.

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KILLION, CARL EVEREST: 1899-

Born on Sept. 2, 1899, in Diamond, Ind., Carl Everest Killion is the son of Sylvester and Laura Bell Crawley Killion. On Sept. 4, 1920, he married Elizabeth Hayes and they had two sons, Carl and Eugene. Killion was engaged in mining, beekeeping, and grocery merchandising in Diamond and in Paris, Ill., during 1914-38. In 1938 he became superintendent, division of apiary inspection, Illinois Department of Agriculture (Paris). He was Illinois beekeeper of the year in 1965.

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KIMBER, HARRY HUBERT: 1903-

Harry Hubert Kimber , son of Arthur Smith and Carrie Echols Kimber, was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on May 12, 1903. He obtained the following degrees from the University of Michigan: A.B. in 1925, A.M. in 1928, and Ph.D. in 1932. He married Daisy Schulz on March 3, 1928, and they had three daughters: Rebecca Cope, Caroline Echols, and Katherine Spangler. Kimber taught history at the University of Michigan, 1927-28, and Bradley College, 1928-31. In 1932 he started teaching history at Michigan State College; was head of the department of humanities and director of the division of social studies, 1943-62; and became director of residence instruction, college of arts and letters, in 1964. He was president of the Michigan College Association, 1950-51.

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  • Teaching of Religion in State Universities; Descriptions of Programs in Twenty-Five Institutions (withMilton D. McLean). Ann Arbor, 1960.Search "Teaching of Religion in State Universities; Descriptions of
                                        Programs in Twenty-Five Institutions" by KIMBER, HARRY HUBERT: 1903- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KIMBROUGH, EMILY: 1899-

The daughter of Hal Curry and Charlotte Wiles Kimbrough, Emily Kimbrough was born on Oct. 23, 1899, in Muncie, Ind. She attended Faulkner School and Miss Wright's School for Girls and earned the A.B. degree from Bryn Mawr College in 1921. She married John Wrench on Dec. 31, 1926. They had two daughters, Alis Emily and Margaret Achsah, but were later divorced. Miss Kimbrough was editor of "Fashions of the Hour" during 1922-26 and fashion editor, 1926, and managing editor, 1927-29, of LADIES' HOME JOURNAL (New York City). In addition to being a writer and lecturer, she is the author of film scripts for television and motion pictures.

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KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940.

Edward Martin Kindle was born near Franklin, Ind., on March 10, 1869. He was the son of Martin V. and Tabitha Ann Kindle. He earned an A.B. degree from page: [343][View Page [343]] Indiana University in 1893. an M.S. degree from Cornell University in 1896. and a Ph.D. degree from Yale University in 1899. He received an honorary LL.D. degree from Indiana University in 1939. He married Margaret Ferris on Dec. 31, 1901, and they had nine children: Winona Helen, Leroy Ferris, Cecil Haldane, Edward Darwin, Virginia Tomlinson, Margaret Crane, Madeleine Barton, Katharine, and Charlotte.

Kindle was an instructor in geology at Indiana University, 1894-95, and participated in the Cornell University expedition to Greenland in 1896. He worked as a geologist for the Indiana Geological Survey, 1898-1900, and spent the next eleven years with the U.S. Geological Survey. from 1912 until 1938 he was director of paleontological investigations for the Geological Survey of Canada. He wrote numerous technical bulletins and died on Aug. 29, 1940.

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  • The Relation of the Fauna of the Ithaca Group to the Faunas of the Portage and Chemung. Ithaca, N.Y., 1896.Search "The Relation of the Fauna of the Ithaca Group to the Faunas of
                                        the Portage and Chemung" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Devonian and Lower Carboniferous Faunas of Southern Indiana and Central Kentucky. Ithaca, N.Y., 1899.Search "The Devonian and Lower Carboniferous Faunas of Southern Indiana
                                        and Central Kentucky" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Devonian Fauna of the Ouray Limestone. Washington, D.C., 1909.Search "The Devonian Fauna of the Ouray Limestone" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Onondaga Fauna of the Allegheny Region. Washington, D.G., 1912.Search "The Onondaga Fauna of the Allegheny Region" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Geography and Geology of Lake Melville District, Labrador Peninsula. Ottawa, 1924.Search "Geography and Geology of Lake Melville District, Labrador
                                        Peninsula" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Geological Story of Jasper Park, Alberta, Canada. Ottawa, 1929.Search "The Geological Story of Jasper Park, Alberta, Canada" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Erosion and Sedimentation of Point Pelee. Toronto, 1933.Search "Erosion and Sedimentation of Point Pelee" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Correlation of Certain Devonian Faunas of Eastern and Western Gasp. Ithaca, N.Y., 1938.Search "The Correlation of Certain Devonian Faunas of Eastern and Western
                                        Gasp" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Bibliographic Index of North American Devonian Cephalopoda (withA. K. Miller). New York, 1939.Search "Bibliographic Index of North American Devonian
                                        Cephalopoda" by KINDLE, EDWARD MARTIN: 1869-1940. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KINERT, REED CHARLES: 1911-

Born in Richmond, Ind., on Aug. 31, 1911, Reed Charles Kinert is the son of Harold E. and Clara Reed Kinert. He attended Richmond schools and the College of Los Angeles. He married Eleanor Wiley on June 27, 1940. Kinert worked as an airways weather observer at the Centerville Airport ( Ind. ). He was a barnstorming pilot during the 1930S and worked as a flight instructor and test pilot from 1933 to 1947. He designed two U.S. Navy insignia for bomber squadrons and his drawings of airplanes have appeared in advertisements in national magazines. Kinert's research is used for the official air race guide of the National Championship Racing Association (RenD, Nev.). He is a former art director of the Aerospace Division of Libracope, Inc. He was awarded the nonfiction prize in 1963 by Indiana University for Early American steam Locomotives.

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KING, CHARLES CRISWELL: ?-

Charles Criswell King , who writes under the name of Jeron Criswell, was born in Princeton, Ind., the son of Charles and Anna Criswell King. He graduated from Princeton High School and received a college degree in journalism. He has written for several newspapers and worked as a radio commentator in New York in 1949. He lectures throughout the country and lives in Hollywood, Calif.

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  • How to Crash Broadway; the Authoritative Handbook for a Successful Theatrical Career (withLouise Howard). New York, 1939.Search "How to Crash Broadway; the Authoritative Handbook for a
                                        Successful Theatrical Career" by KING, CHARLES CRISWELL: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • How to Crash Tin-Pan Alley; the Authoritative Handbook for a Successful Songwriting Career, As Told by Arthur Jones to Louise Howard and Jeron Criswell. New York, 1939.Search "How to Crash Tin-Pan Alley; the Authoritative Handbook for a
                                        Successful Songwriting Career, As Told by Arthur Jones to Louise Howard and
                                        Jeron Criswell" by KING, CHARLES CRISWELL: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • How Your Play Can Crash Broadway; the Authoritative Handbook for a Successful Playwriting Career, the 36 Authentic Plots Streamlined for Your Convenience (withLouise Howard). New York, 1939.Search "How Your Play Can Crash Broadway; the Authoritative Handbook for
                                        a Successful Playwriting Career, the 36 Authentic Plots Streamlined for Your
                                        Convenience" by KING, CHARLES CRISWELL: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Criswell Predicts from Now to the Year 9000! Anderson, S.C., 1968.Search "Criswell Predicts from Now to the Year 9000!" by KING, CHARLES CRISWELL: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Your Next Ten Years; Criswell Predicts. 1969.Search "Your Next Ten Years; Criswell Predicts" by KING, CHARLES CRISWELL: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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KING, EVERETT EDGAR: 1877-

Everett Edgar King was born in Warren, Ind., on Jan. 17, 1877, the son of John Walter and Margaret Ellen Foneman King. He received the degrees of B.S. in 1901, M.S. in 1908. and C.E. in 1909 from Rose Polytechnic Institute (Terre Haute); the A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1910. and the M.C.E. degree from Cornell University in 1911. He married Anna May on Oct. 8, 1903.

King began his career as a civil engineer with the Mexican Central Railroad Company in 1901 and was an assistant engineer on the Cincinnati, Hamilton, and Dayton Railway (Hume, Ill.) during 1902-03. From 1903 to 1907 he worked for the Rock Island Lines and was professor of civil engineering at Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1907-10. He served as professor of engineering at Iowa State College, 1911-18, and became professor of railway civil engineering at the University of Illinois in 1918.

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KING, HOMER W. : 1907-

Homer W. King was born on March 12, 1907, in Upland, Ind., the son of Charles Austin and Dora Pierce King. He received the A.B. degree from Ball State Teachers College in 1929. During 1929-33 King was a high school teacher in Indiana. He was city editor of the MARION CHRONICLE ( Ind. ), 1935-37 and 1939-41, and director of the Grant County Welfare Department, 1937-39. He held editorial positions with the FORT WAYNE NEWS SENTINEL ( Ind. ), 1946-52, and GENEVA TIMES (N.Y.), 1952-54. In 1954 he became an editorial writer for the ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE (N.Y.). King won a Freedoms Foundation Award for editorial writing.

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  • Pulitzer's Prize Editor: A Biography of John A. Cockerill, 1845-1896. Durham, N.C., 1965.Search "Pulitzer's Prize Editor: A Biography of John A. Cockerill,
                                        1845-1896" by KING, HOMER W. : 1907- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KING, JOHN LYLE: 1823-1892.

John Lyle King was born in Madison, Ind., on Jan. 20, 1823. His parents were Victor and Eliza R. Lyle King. He received the A.M. degree from Hanover College in 1841. He was a lawyer; was city attorney of Chicago in 1860. and served in the Indiana house of representatives, 1851-52. King died in Chicago on April 16, 1892.

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  • Trouting on the Brulé River; or, Lawyers Summer-Wayfaring in the Northern Wilderness. Chicago, 1879.Search "Trouting on the Brulé River; or, Lawyers Summer-Wayfaring
                                        in the Northern Wilderness" by KING, JOHN LYLE: 1823-1892. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KING, LAWRENCE J.: 1915-

A native of Richmond, Ind., Lawrence J. King was born on Feb. 10, 1915. He was married twice and is the father of two children. He received the A.B. degree in 1938 from Earlham College and the M.S. degree in 1942 and Ph.D. degree in 1952 from the University of Chicago. King was a biology instructor at Earlham College, 1938-40, and an assistant in botany at the University of Chicago, 1940-42. He worked for the Soil Conservation Service of Ohio, 1942-44; was a horticulturist, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, 1944-46; and was a senior research fellow in plant physiology, Boyce Thompson Institute, 1946-59. He taught at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1960-65, and became professor of biology at the State University of New York ( Geneseo ) in 1965.

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KING, PHILIP BURKE : 1903-

A native of Richmond, Ind., Philip Burke King was born on Sept. 04, 1903. He was married in 1932 and is the father of one child. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1924 and M.S. in 190-7 from Iowa State College and Ph.D. degree in 1929 from Yale University. King was a geological assistant for the Marland Oil Company, 1924-25; instructed geology at the University of Texas, page: [345][View Page [345]] 1925-27; was an assistant at Yale University, 1927-29; and taught at the University of Arizona, 1929-30. In 1930 he joined the staff of the U.S. Geological Survey. He was awarded the Penrose Medal by the Geological Society of America in 1965 and has written several geological bulletins.

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KING, WINSTON LEE: 1907-

Winston Lee King was born near Avilla, Ind., on Aug. 30, 1907. He received the following degrees: A.B. in 1929 from Asbury College, B.D. in 1936 from Andover Newton Theological School, S.T.M. in 1938 from Harvard Divinity School, and Ph.D. in 1940 from Harvard University. He was married in 1931 and is the father of three children. King was a Congregational minister from 1930 to 1949 and served churches in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine . He taught at Grinnell College, 1949-64, and was dean of the chapel, 1949-63. He became professor of history of religion at Vanderbilt University in 1964. He has served as an adviser to the Ford Foundation; visiting professor at Ahmednagar College ( India ) and the International Institute of Advanced Buddhistic Studies ( Rangoon ); and Fulbright lecturer at Kyoto University ( Japan ).

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KINGSBURY, KATHERINE MOORE (MRS. CHARLES G.): ?-

Katherine Moore Kingsbury was born in Indiana and attended Butler University. She married Charles G. Kingsbury and they had one son. They moved to San Francisco, Calif., but no other information was found.

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KINSEY, ALFRED CHARLES: 1894-1956.

Alfred Charles Kinsey was born in Hoboken, N.J., on June 23, 1894. He was the son of Alfred Seguine and Sarah Ann Charles Kinsey. He received a B.S. degree from Bowdoin College in 1916 and a Sc.D. degree from Harvard University in 1920. He married Clara Bracken McMillen on June 3, 1921, and they had four children: Don, Anne, Joan, and Bruce. Kinsey joined the faculty of Indiana University in 1920 where he taught zoology. During the 1930 She conducted two biological explorations in Mexico and Central America. In 1942 he began his noted research on human sexual behavior which was supported jointly by Indiana University, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the National Research Council. Kinsey died on Aug. 20, 1956.

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KINSEY, OLIVER P.: 1849-

Oliver P. Kinsey was born in Freeport, Ind., on Dec. 7, 1849. He was the son of Reese and Eliza A. Ridgeway Kinsey. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1871 and A.M. from Lebanon University. He married Sarah J. Porter in 1876. In 1881 Kinsey joined the faculty of Valparaiso University as professor of literature and served as acting president from 1914 to 1919.

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  • The Normal Debater; Designed for the Use of All Common Schools, Academies, and Colleges, As Well As a Guide for Teachers' Institutes and Business Meetings in General. Cincinnati, 1874.Search "The Normal Debater; Designed for the Use of All Common Schools,
                                        Academies, and Colleges, As Well As a Guide for Teachers' Institutes and
                                        Business Meetings in General" by KINSEY, OLIVER P.: 1849- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KINTNER, EARL WILSON: 1912-

Earl Wilson Kintner , son of Lee and Lilly Florence Chanley Kintner, was born in Corydon, Ind., on Nov. 6, 1912. He received the A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1936 and the J.D. degree from Indiana University in 1938. On May 28, 1948, he married Valerie Patricia Wildy and they had one son, Earl. He also had two children by a previous marriage.

Kintner was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1938 and was allowed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1945. He practiced law in Princeton, Ind., and was prosecuting attorney of the Sixth Indiana Judicial Circuit, 1943-48. He was deputy U.S. Commissioner for the United Nations War Crimes Commission during 1945-48 and senior trial attorney, 1948-50, and chairman, 1959--61, for the Federal Trade Commission. Kintner served in the U.S. Navy Reserve from 1944 to 1946.

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  • Statements of Earl W. Kintner, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. 1960-61. 2 vols. 1961-1962 Management Survey of the U.S. Patent Office. Washington, D.C., 1962.Search "Statements of Earl W. Kintner, Chairman of the Federal Trade
                                        Commission. 1960-61. 2 vols. 1961-1962 Management Survey of the U.S. Patent
                                        Office" by KINTNER, EARL WILSON: 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • An Antitrust Primer; a Guide to Antitrust and Trade Regulation Laws for Businessmen. New York, 1964.Search "An Antitrust Primer; a Guide to Antitrust and Trade Regulation
                                        Laws for Businessmen" by KINTNER, EARL WILSON: 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Robinson-Patman Primer; a Businessman's Guide to the Law Against Price Discrimination. New York, 1970.Search "Robinson-Patman Primer; a Businessman's Guide to the Law
                                        Against Price Discrimination" by KINTNER, EARL WILSON: 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KIRK, JAMES HOBERT: 1923-

A native of Indianapolis, Ind., James Hobert Kirk was born on Sept. 10, 1923. He was married in 1946 and is the father of six children. From Saint Louis University he earned the degrees of A.B. in 1947, A.M. in 1949, and Ph.D. in 1951. Kirk taught sociology at Loyola University ( Calif. ), 1951-61, and served as department chairman, 1953-61. He worked as a human factors scientist for the Systems Development Corporation ( Calif. ), 1961-67. Joining the Peace Corps in Ghana , he became director in 1968.

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KIRKPATRICK, BLAINE EVRON: 1887-1959.

Blaine Evron Kirkpatrick was born in Raub, Ind., on Oct. 15, 1887. He was the son of Truman and Emma Shonkwiler Kirkpatrick. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1910 and A.M. in 1912 from Northwestern University; the degrees of S.T.B. in 1912 and D.D. in 1925 from Garrett Biblical Institute; and the D.D. degree from Willamette University in 1923. He married Vernia Marks on June 26, 1912, and they had three children: Blaine Truman, Marty Esther, and Virginia Lois. On July 18, 1938, he married his second wife, Lois Wentworth.

Kirkpatrick was ordained in the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church in 1911. He held pastorates successively in Indiana in South Bend, Crawfordsville, and Greencastle until 1920. He was a minister in Salem, Oreg., during 1920-25 and worked for the Methodist Episcopal Board of Education, 1925-37. He was pastor of the Centenary Methodist Church (Lebanon, Ind.), 1937-41; the Riverside Park Church ( Indianapolis ), 1941-47; the Monticello Church, 1947-53; and the First Church of West Lafayette (Ind.), 1953-57. From 1957 until his death on Jan. 23, 1959, Kirkpatrick was minister of the Wheeler Methodist Church ( Ind. ). He was a trustee of DePauw University, 1917-20 and 1944-50, and Willamette University, 1920--24.

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  • Young People's Work for Young People, a Handbook of Interpretation and Method for the Epworth League. New York, 1924.Search "Young People's Work for Young People, a Handbook of
                                        Interpretation and Method for the Epworth League" by KIRKPATRICK, BLAINE EVRON: 1887-1959. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Adventures in Christian Leadership, a Guide to Young People's Work in Church Schools and the Epworth League. Chicago, 1930.Search "Adventures in Christian Leadership, a Guide to Young
                                        People's Work in Church Schools and the Epworth League" by KIRKPATRICK, BLAINE EVRON: 1887-1959. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KIRKPATRICK, CHARLES MILTON: 1915-

Born in Greensburg, Ind., on Jan. 1, 1915, Charles Milton Kirkpatrick was married in 1939 and is the father of two children. He received the B.S. degree in 1938 from Purdue University and the degrees of A.M. in 1940 and Ph.D. in 1943 from the University of Wisconsin. Kirkpatrick was an assistant in zoology at the University of Wisconsin, 1938-41. He joined the wildlife management staff of the agricultural experiment station, Purdue University, in 1941. He served in the U.S. Army, 1944-46, and was editor of the JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, 1959-62.

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KIRTLAND, ETHEL SCHWARTZ (MRs. FREDERIC W.): 1881-1963.

Born in 1881 in Knox County, Ill., Ethel Schwartz was the daughter of Daniel and Louisa Schwartz. She spent her childhood and early school days in a small farming community in Fulton County, Ill., which furnished the locale for most of the poems under "Childhood Memories" in Random Rhymes. The family later moved to Galesburg, Ill., where she attended public schools, business school, and Knox College. She worked as a legal secretary prior to her marriage in 1908 to Frederic W. Kirtland. They had four children.

Moving to Gary, Ind., in 1920, Mrs. Kirtland assisted her husband with his accounting practice and real estate sales in a secretarial capacity until 1949. About 1929 she began contributing to Tom Cannon's column, "Flu Dust," in the GARY POST TRIBUNE under the pen name Paddie Kak. She served as president of the Lake County Poetry Club, 1955-57, and died in 1963.

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KISSLING, HENRY ROBERT: 1904-

Henry Robert Kissling was born in Oriole, Ind., on Oct. 23, 1904. He founded the Lincoln Clubs and Associated Artists. He entered Republican primary elections in 1934, 1938, and 1942 as U.S. representative from the Eighth Indiana District and is known as a political reformer. Kissling has spent much time in Washington, D.C., promoting his political ideas.

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KIXMILLER, WILLIAM: 1885-1945.

William KixMiller was born in Vincennes, Ind., on Jan. 30, 1885. He was the son of Simon and Wilhelmina Alhorn KixMiller. He received two degrees from the University of Chicago, a Ph.B. in 1908 and a J.D. in 1910. He married May Wood on Oct. 14, 1914, and they had two children, Richard Wood and Jean Pratt. KixMiller was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1910. He spent his entire legal career as a partner in the law firm of KixMiller, Baar, and Morris of Chicago, New York, and Washington . He taught at the University of Florida, 1910-11, and the John Marshall Law School ( Chicago ), 1912. He compiled several volumes dealing with tax laws and tax cases. KixMiller was a past president of the Commerce Clearing House and a trustee of the National College of Education ( Evanston ). He died on April 13, 1945.

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KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915-

The son of Henry P. and Catherine Heilmann Klausmeier, Herbert John Klausmeier was born in Elberfeld, Ind., on Nov. 4, 1915. He earned the following academic degrees: B.S. in 1940 and M.S. in 1947 from Indiana State College and Ed.D. from Stanford University in 1949. He married Iyla Johnson on Aug. 18, 1946, and they had two children, Thomas Wayne and Connie Alice. Klausmeier taught at San Francisco State College, 1949, and Colorado State College ( Greeley ), 1949-52. In 1952 he joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin as professor of educational psychology. He became co-director of the Research and Development Center for Learning and Re-Education in 1965 and served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1941-46.

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  • Principles and Practices of Secondary School Teaching. New York, 1953.Search "Principles and Practices of Secondary School Teaching" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Teaching in the Elementary School (with others). New York, 1956.Search "Teaching in the Elementary School (with others)" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • An Analysis of Learning Efficiency in Arithmetic of Mentally Retarded Children in Comparison with Children of Average and High Intelligence (with others). Madison, Wis., 1959.Search "An Analysis of Learning Efficiency in Arithmetic of Mentally
                                        Retarded Children in Comparison with Children of Average and High Intelligence
                                        (with others)" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Psychology in Theory and Practice (with others). Boston, 1959.Search "Psychology in Theory and Practice (with others)" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Desirable Education for High School Students of Superior Learning Abilities. Madison, Wis., 1960.Search "Desirable Education for High School Students of Superior Learning
                                        Abilities" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Learning and Human Abilities: Educational Psychology. New York, 1961.Search "Learning and Human Abilities: Educational Psychology" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Adjunct Program to Accompany Learning and Teaching Abilities (withR. Ripple). New York, 1962.Search "Adjunct Program to Accompany Learning and Teaching
                                        Abilities" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Strategies of Learning and Efficiency of Concept Attainment by Individuals and Groups (with others). Madison, Wis., 1964.Search "Strategies of Learning and Efficiency of Concept Attainment by
                                        Individuals and Groups (with others)" by KLAUSMEIER, HERBERT JOHN: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KLEBER, ALBERT: 1881-1958.

Albert Kleber was born in Eslarn, Germany, in 1881. Immigrating to the United States , he settled at Saint Meinrad Abbey (Ind.) in 1893. He pronounced his vows as a Benedictine in 1899, was ordained a priest in 1904, and became a naturalized citizen in 1906. Father Kleber was rector of Saint Meinrad Abbey School of Theology which awarded him an honorary Doctor of Theology degree in 1924. He died in 1958.

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KLEMM, WILLIAM ROBERT: 1934-

William Robert Klemm was born in South Bend, Ind., on July 24, 1934. He was married in 1957 and is the father of two children. He received the D.V.M. degree from Auburn University in 1958 and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1963. He was a National Institutes of Health fellow, 1960-63. Klemm taught at Iowa State University, 1963-66, and began teaching physiology at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University in 1966. He served in the U.S. Air Force, 1958-60.

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  • Your Guide to Efficient Study; Designed to Increase Ability to Learn, Save Time, Reduce Effort, Improve Grades. Auburn. Ala., 1957.Search "Your Guide to Efficient Study; Designed to Increase Ability to
                                        Learn, Save Time, Reduce Effort, Improve Grades" by KLEMM, WILLIAM ROBERT: 1934- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Animal Electroencephalography. New York, 1969.Search "Animal Electroencephalography" by KLEMM, WILLIAM ROBERT: 1934- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KLINGAMAN, ORIE ERB: 1874-1941.

Orie Erb Klingaman was born in Lagrange County, Ind., on July 7, 1874. He was the son of Jonathan and Jennie Erb Klingaman. He received an A.B. degree from Highland Park College ( Iowa ) in 1912 and an A.M. degree from the State University of Iowa in 1914. He married Katharine Marley on Feb. 19, 1903, and they had three children: Murray Orie, Roger Marley, and Halsey Ernest.

Klingaman was professor and head of the extension division, State University of Iowa, from 1913 until 1923. He was admitted to the Iowa bar in 1927 and practiced law in Des Moines , 1927-29. He did personnel work for several private firms and was assistant director of the Davenport Public Museum, 1929-37. He became a curator at the Iowa State Museum ( Des Moines ) in 1937. Klingaman served as president of the Iowa Housing Association; established the Iowa Patriotic League; and died on Jan. 25, 1941.

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  • A Study of Court Decisions on Itinerant Vendor and Transient Merchant Legislation. New York, 1924.Search "A Study of Court Decisions on Itinerant Vendor and Transient
                                        Merchant Legislation" by KLINGAMAN, ORIE ERB: 1874-1941. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KLOOSTER, FRED H.: 1922-

Fred H. Klooster was horn on Dec. 23, 1922, in Munster, Ind., and is the son of Henry and Tena VanderWall Klooster. He earned the degrees of A.B. from Calvin College, 1944; Th.B. from Calvin Theological Seminary, 1947; Th.M. from Westminster Theological Seminary, 1948; and Th.D. from the Free University of Amsterdam, 1951. On Aug. 22, 1946, he married Leona deWaard and they had five children: Frederic Henry, David John, Kathy Lee, Mary Beth, and Daniel James.

Klooster was ordained a minister of the Christian Reformed church. During 1952-53 he was student pastor and home missionary, Christian Reformed Board of Home Missions (Urbana, Ill.). He was a lecturer in theology at Calvin Theological Seminary, 1953-1954; taught at Calvin College, 1954-56; and became professor of systematic theology at Calvin Theological Seminary in 1956. He received the Hendrik Willem Torchiana fellowship of the Dutch government, 1949; a Fulbright fellowship to the Netherlands , 1940 and 1949-50; and faculty fellowship of the American Association of Theological Schools, 1959-60. Klooster is editor of the CALVIN THEOLOGICAL JOURNAL.

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KNOEFEL, PETER KLERNER: 1906-

Peter Klerner Knoefel was born in New Albany, Ind., on Aug. 4, 1906. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1927 and A.M. in 1928 from the University of Wisconsin and the M.D. degree in 1931 from Harvard University. Knoefel was an assistant and instructor at the University of Wisconsin, 1927-29; held a National Research Council fellowship, 1931-33; and was a research associate at Vanderbilt University, 1933-35. From 1935 until his retirement in 1970, he taught pharmacology at the school of medicine, University of Louisville, and was department chairman, 1941-67.

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KNOLL, HORTON BUDD: 1906-

Horton Budd Knoll was born in State College, Pa., on May 26, 1906. He was married in 1935 and is the father of two children. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1927 and A.M. in 1929 from Pennsylvania State College. Knoll joined the English faculty of Purdue University in 1929 and has edited several books.

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KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892-

Bernard Knollenberg was born on Nov. 26, 1892, in Richmond, Ind., the son of George H. and Agnesx Steen Knollenberg. He earned the A.B. degree from Earlham College in 1912 and the degrees of A.M. in 1914 and LL.B. in 1916 from Harvard University. He received the honorary degrees of A.M. from Yale University in 1938 and LL.D. from Earlham College in 1944. His first wife was Martha McClennen whom he married in 1920 and he wed Mary Lightfoot Tarleton in 1934. Knollenberg was admitted to the bar in 1916. He practiced law, 1916-38, joining the firm of Lord, Day and Lord ( New York ) in 1929. He was librarian, Yale University, during 1938-44 and construction expert for the U.S. Treasury, 1939-40. He was senior deputy administrator of the Lend Lease Administration, 1943-44, and served as U.S. commissioner of the International Commission for the North West Atlantic Fisheries, 1950-58.

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  • Washington and the Revolution, a Reappraisal; Gates, Conway, and the Continental Congress. New York, 1940.Search "Washington and the Revolution, a Reappraisal; Gates, Conway, and
                                        the Continental Congress" by KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Pioneer Sketches of the Upper Whitewater Valley, Quaker Stronghold of the West. Indianapolis, 1945.Search "Pioneer Sketches of the Upper Whitewater Valley, Quaker
                                        Stronghold of the West" by KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Franklin, Jonathan Williams and William Pitt: A Letter of January 91, 1775. Bloomington, Ind., 1949.Search "Franklin, Jonathan Williams and William Pitt: A Letter of January
                                        91, 1775" by KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Causes and Growth of the American Revolution. New London, Conn., 1959.Search "Causes and Growth of the American Revolution" by KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Origin of the American Revolution: 1759-1766. New York, 1960.Search "Origin of the American Revolution: 1759-1766" by KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • George Washington: The Virginia Period, 1732-1775. Durham, N.C., 1964.Search "George Washington: The Virginia Period, 1732-1775" by KNOLLENBERG, BERNARD: 1892- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KNOWLES, ANSEL MERTON: 1874-1956.

Ansel Merton Knowles was born in Warren County, Ind., on July 21, 1874, the son of Minos and Jane Cox Knowles. He attended local public schools. He married Lottie Fortner in 1897 and they had three children: Cedric, Thelma, and Louise. Knowles taught elementary school for thirty-three years and died on Aug. 14, 1956.

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  • The Rose of the Flowering Moon; a Romance of the March of General Harrison's Army Through Warren County. Williamsport, Ind., 1933.Search "The Rose of the Flowering Moon; a Romance of the March of General
                                        Harrison's Army Through Warren County" by KNOWLES, ANSEL MERTON: 1874-1956. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KNOWLTON, JAMES ALBERT: ca. 1855-1937.

James Albert Knowlton was born in New Hampshire about 1855. His first wife was Carrie Elizabeth Gordon and in 1919 he married Alta Hanna. Knowlton was ordained a Baptist minister in 1881. He held pastorates in Indiana in Lebanon, Valparaiso, Washington, Franklin, Indianapolis, and Tipton . He retired while a resident of Tipton where he died on May 31, 1937. At the time of his death he was one of the oldest Baptist ministers in the state and was widely known as an authority on church history.

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KNOX, JULIE LE CLERC: ?-

Julie Le Clerc Knox was born near Vevay, Ind., the daughter of James Stevenson and Louise Le Clerc Knox. She graduated from Vevay High School and received the A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1918. Miss Knox was principal of Vevay High School, head of the Latin department of Crawfordsville High School, and Latin critic teacher at Wabash College. She traveled widely throughout the world and was a well-known lecturer. She wrote for the INDIANAPOLIS NEWS and had poems published in anthologies. Miss Knox served on the board of directors at the New York World's Fair on National Poetry Day, Sept. 14, 1940.

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  • Some Interesting Pioneer Homesteads In and Around Vevay. Vevay, Ind., 1927.Search "Some Interesting Pioneer Homesteads In and Around Vevay" by KNOX, JULIE LE CLERC: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Dufour Saga, 1796-1942; the Story of the Eight Dufours Who Came from Switzerland and Founded Vevay, Switzerland County, Ind. Crawfordsville, Ind., 1942.Search "The Dufour Saga, 1796-1942; the Story of the Eight Dufours Who
                                        Came from Switzerland and Founded Vevay, Switzerland County, Ind" by KNOX, JULIE LE CLERC: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Reveries, 1960. Latonia, Ky., 1960.Search "Reveries, 1960" by KNOX, JULIE LE CLERC: ?- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KOCH, TOM: ?-

Tom Koch was born in Indianapolis, Ind., and attended local public schools. He worked as publicity director for the Professional Basketball League of America and later was a sports announcer for the Columbia Broadcasting System in Chicago .

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KOEGEL, OTTO ERWIN: 1891-

Otto Erwin Koegel was born in Boonville, Ind., on Nov. 23, 1891, the son of Henry and Lura Carolyn Coe Koegel. He earned the degrees of LL.B. in 1915 and LL.M. in 1916 from George Washington University and the D.C.L. degree from American University in 1921. On Sept. 30, 1916, he married Rae Fisher and page: [351][View Page [351]] they had three children: James, Ruth, and William. Koegel began practicing law in Washington, D.C., in 1916 and taught law of domestic relations, cases on torts, and cases on criminal law at National University during 1920-24. He was associated with the firms of Matthews and Koegel ( Chicago ), 1926-31, and Hughes, Schurman and Dwight ( New York ), 1931-37. He subsequently became a member of Dwight, Harris, Koegel and Caskey ( New York ) and has held several government commissions.

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  • Common Law Marriage and Its Development in the United States. Washington, D.C., 1922.Search "Common Law Marriage and Its Development in the United
                                        States" by KOEGEL, OTTO ERWIN: 1891- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Walter S. Carter, Collector of Young Masters; or, The Progenitor of Many Law Firms. New York, 1953.Search "Walter S. Carter, Collector of Young Masters; or, The Progenitor
                                        of Many Law Firms" by KOEGEL, OTTO ERWIN: 1891- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KOEPKE, CHARLES AUGUSTUS: 1893-1966.

Born in Garrett, Ind., on Nov. 7, 1893, Charles Augustus Koepke was the son of Henry C. and Minerva Hike Koepke. He received the B.S.M.E. degree from Purdue University in 1920 and M.S. in I.E. degree from the University of Colorado in 1928. On May 10, 1914, he married Hazel Kiser. From 1920 to 1929 Koepke taught at Lewis Institute, the University of Colorado, and the University of Wyoming and worked for the Proctor and Gamble Company and Studebaker Corporation. At the University of Minnesota he taught mechanical and industrial engineering from 1929 until his retirement in 1958 and was assistant dean of the institute of technology, 1939-49. He was a consultant to various industries and died in Hastings, Minn., on Sept. 8, 1966.

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KOHLMEIER, ALBERT LUDWIG: 1883-1964.

A native of Mackey, Ind., Albert Ludwig Kohlmeier was born on March 24, 1883, the son of Julius and Anna Kramer Kohlmeier. He received the A.B. degree in 1908 from Indiana University and the degrees of A.M. in 1911 and Ph.D. in 1920 from Harvard University. He married Lucie Charlotte Mayhall on Sept. 14, 1910. Kohlmeier taught in Indiana high schools in Oakland City , 1905-07, and New Albany , 1908-10. He began teaching history at Indiana University in 1912 and was head of the history department from 1926 to 1948. He died on Dec. 28, 1964.

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  • The Commerce Between the United States and the Netherlands, 1783-1789. 1926.Search "The Commerce Between the United States and the Netherlands,
                                        1783-1789" by KOHLMEIER, ALBERT LUDWIG: 1883-1964. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Old Northwest As the Keystone of the Arch of American Federal Union; a Study in Commerce and Politics. Bloomington, Ind., 1938.Search "The Old Northwest As the Keystone of the Arch of American Federal
                                        Union; a Study in Commerce and Politics" by KOHLMEIER, ALBERT LUDWIG: 1883-1964. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KOHLS, RICHARD LOUIS: 1921-

Richard Louis Kohls was born on April 19, 1921, in Kentland, Ind. He was married in 1944 and is the father of two children. He obtained the B.S. degree in 1942 and Ph.D. degree in 1950 from Purdue University and A.M. degree in 1948 from the University of Missouri. In 1948 Kohls began teaching at Purdue University and became dean of the school of agriculture in 1968. He served in the U.S. military intelligence, 1943-46, and has written several agricultural experiment station bulletins.

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KONLEY, JEANNETTE VAUGHN: ?-

Jeannette Vaughn Konley was born in Chicago, Ill. A longtime resident of Gary, Ind., she was a guardian of Camp Fire Girls for fourteen years, a Girl Scout leader for five years, and a recreational supervisor of activities in parks, playgrounds, and settlement houses for seven years. She also worked for the Indiana Unemployment Security Division.

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KONOPINSKI, EMIL JAN: 1911-

Born in Michigan City, Ind., on Dec. 25, 1911, Emil Jan Konopinski is the son of Joseph and Sophia Sniegowski Konopinski. He earned the following academic degrees from the University of Michigan: A.B. in 1933, A.M. in 1934, and Ph.D. in 1936. Konopinski was a National Research fellow at Cornell University, 1936-38, and began teaching physics at Indiana University in 1938. He worked in research laboratories for the Atomic Energy Commission in Chicago , 1941; Berkeley , 1942; and Los Alamos , 1943-46. He has been a consultant to the Atomic Energy Commission since 1946.

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  • The Theory of Beta Radio Activity. Oxford, 1966.Search "The Theory of Beta Radio Activity" by KONOPINSKI, EMIL JAN: 1911- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Classical Descriptions of Motion; the Dynamics of Particle Trajectories, Rigid Rotations, and Elastic Waves. San Francisco, 1969.Search "Classical Descriptions of Motion; the Dynamics of Particle
                                        Trajectories, Rigid Rotations, and Elastic Waves" by KONOPINSKI, EMIL JAN: 1911- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KOST, ROBERT JOHN: 1913-

Robert John Kost was born in Goshen, Ind., on Feb. 13, 1913, the son of Lewis and Jesse Place Kost. He married Vonnie Raymond in 1939 and they had two children, Julie and Marc. Kost worked as a tool engineer for more than twenty years and was employed by the Detroit Broach Company, Michigan Broach Company, American Broach Company, and Midwest Broach Company. He later became a sales and technical representative for the U.S. Broach Company.

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KOTTLOWSKI, FRANK EDWARD: 1921-

Born in Indianapolis, Ind., on April 11, 1921, Frank Edward Kottlowski was married in 1945 and is the father of three children. From Indiana University he earned the degrees of A.B. in 1947, A.M. in 1949, and Ph.D. in 1951. Kottlowski was an assistant geologist for the Indiana Geological Survey, 1946-51. He was an economic geologist for the New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, 1951-66, becoming assistant director and senior geologist in 1966. He served in the U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45, and has been a faculty associate, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, since 1954. He is the author of many geological bulletins.

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KRAHL, MAURICE EDWARD: 1908-

Maurice Edward Krahl was born in Cambridge City, Ind., on Sept. 17, 1908, the son of Michael and Bertha Hastings Krahl. He received the A.B. degree in 1929 from DePauw University and the Ph.D. degree in 1932 from Johns Hopkins University. On June 4, 1932, he married Barbara Dodson. He wed his second wife, Ardis Lostroh, on Feb. 4, 1967.

Krahl was a research chemist for Eli Lilly and Company, 1933-44. He taught at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, during 1944-46; Washington University, 1946-53; and the University of Chicago, 1953-69. He was a visiting professor in physiology at Stanford University, 1967-69, and joined the faculty of that institution in 1969. He served on the editorial boards of the following journals: BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN, 1954-57; DIABETES, 1959-64; and ENDOCRINOLOGY, 1964-67.

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KRAMER, PAUL JACKSON: 1904-

Paul Jackson Kramer was born in Brookville, Ind., on May 8, 1904. He was married in 1931 and is the father of two children. He received the A.B. degree in 1926 from Miami University and the degrees of M.S. in 1929 and Ph.D. in 1931 from Ohio State University. page: [353][View Page [353]] Kramer was an assistant in botany at Ohio State University, 1928-31, and joined the faculty of Duke University in 1931. He was president of the American Society of Plant Physiologists, 1945; American Institute of Biological Science, 1964; and Botanical Society of America, 1964. He has been awarded honorary degrees by academic institutions.

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KRAUS, CHARLES AUGUST: 1875-1967.

Charles August Kraus was born in Clay County, Ind., in 1875. He taught at Brown University and was a consultant on the Manhattan Project (atomic bomb). Kraus's special contribution was the development of the process for purifying uranium salts. He also developed oxygen reheating equipment for use in naval aircraft during World War II and died in 1967.

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  • The Properties of Electrically Conducting System, Including Electrolytes and Metals. New York, 1922.Search "The Properties of Electrically Conducting System, Including
                                        Electrolytes and Metals" by KRAUS, CHARLES AUGUST: 1875-1967. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KREIDER, CARL JONAS: 1914-

Carl Jonas Kreider was born in Wadsworth, Ohio, on Sept. 26, 1914. He received the A.B. degree in 1936 from Goshen College and the A.M. degree in 1938 and Ph.D. degree in 1941 from Princeton University. Kreider taught at Goshen College, 1940-44, and subsequently became dean. During 1952-56 he served as dean of the college of liberal arts, International Christian University ( Tokyo ).

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  • The Anglo-American Trade Agreement; a Study of British and American Commercial Policies, 1934-1939. Princeton, N.J., 1943.Search "The Anglo-American Trade Agreement; a Study of British and
                                        American Commercial Policies, 1934-1939" by KREIDER, CARL JONAS: 1914- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Helping Developing Countries; How One Organization Helped Developing Countries in South America. Scottdale, Pa., 1968.Search "Helping Developing Countries; How One Organization Helped
                                        Developing Countries in South America" by KREIDER, CARL JONAS: 1914- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KRETZMANN, KARL: 1877-1949.

Karl Kretzmann was born near Seymour, Ind., on Feb. 23, 1877. He graduated from Concordia College ( Fort Wayne ) in 1894 and Concordia Seminary ( Saint Louis ) in 1899. He was a Lutheran minister and curator of the Concordia Historical Institute. Kretzmann compiled a history of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saint Matthew ( New York City ) and died in Saint Louis on April 3, 1949.

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  • The Atlantic District of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States, and Its Antecedents. Erie, Pa., 1932.Search "The Atlantic District of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of
                                        Missouri, Ohio, and Other States, and Its Antecedents" by KRETZMANN, KARL: 1877-1949. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

KRIEGHBAUM, HILLIER HIRAM: 1902-

Born in South Bend, Ind., on Nov. 2, 1902, Hillier Hiram Krieghbaum is the son of Hiram Cluro and Edith Hillier Krieghbaum. He received an A.B. degree in 1926 from the University of Wisconsin and an M.S. degree in 1939 from Northwestern University. On June 6, 1945, he married Katherine Lancaster and they had one daughter, Katherine L.

Krieghbaum was a correspondent for United Press from 1927 to 1938. He taught at Kansas State College, 1938-42, and the University of Oregon, 1946-47. He was a public information specialist for the U.S. Veterans Administration, 1945-46, and the World Health Organization, 1947-48. In 1948 he joined the faculty of New York University where he was chairman of the department of journalism, 1957-63, and became professor of journalism in 1960. Krieghbaum served in the U.S. Navy, 1942-45, and was a member of the U.S. Naval Reserve, now retired. He was president of the American Society of Journalism School Administrators, 1960-61.

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KROLL, HARRY HARRISON: 1888-

Harry Harrison Kroll was born near Hartford City, Ind., on Feb. 18, 1888, the son of Darius Wesley and Caroline Cripe Kroll. He received two degrees from George Peabody College for Teachers, a B.S. in 1923 and an A.M. in 1925. He married Nettle Heard on May 12, 1911, and they had three children: Harry Harrison II, Robert Torrey, and Danny Wesley. Kroll was a teacher in Alabama rural schools, 1911-21. He taught English at Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.), 1925-27, and journalism at Iowa Wesleyan College, 1928-29. He became a free-lance writer during the 1930s. He joined the faculty of the University of Tennessee Junior College (Martin) where he was appointed professor emeritus in 1958. He served as editor of SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER and has had short stories published in various magazines.

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KRUMM, JOHN MCGILL: 1913-

The son of William F. and Harriett Vincent McGill Krumm, John McGill Krumm was born in South Bend, Ind., on March 15, 1913. He received the following degrees: A.A. from Pasadena Junior College, 1933; A.B. from the University of California, 1935; B.D. from Virginia Theological Seminary, 1938; Ph.D. from Yale University, 1948; and S.T.D. from Kenyon College, 1962. Krumm was ordained in the ministry of the Episcopal church in 1938. He was associated with churches in California , 1938-41 and 1943-48, and Connecticut , 1941-43. He was dean of Saint Paul's Cathedral ( Los Angeles ), 1948-59, and chaplain at Columbia University, 1952-65. In 1965 he became rector of the Church of Ascension ( New York ).

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KRUSE, ROBERT JAMES: 1932-

Robert James Kruse was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Nov. 15, 1932. He received the A.B. degree in 1955 from Stonehill College and the S.T.D. degree in 1965 from Gregorian University. Kruse began teaching at Stonehill College in 1961 and became chairman of the faculty in 1966.

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KRYTER, KARL DAVID: 1914-

Karl David Kryter was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Oct. 13, 1914. He was married in 1946 and is the father of three children. He received the A.B. degree in 1939 from Butler University and the Ph.D. degree in 1943 from the University of Rochester. Kryter was a fellow at Harvard University, 1942-46; taught psychology at Washington University ( Saint Louis ), 1946-48; and was director of the human factors operations research laboratory, U.S. Air Force, 1948-52. He worked at the Cambridge Research Center, 1952-57, and was head of the psychoacoustical department, Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, Inc., 1957-65. In 1850 he became director of the Sensory Science Research Center, Stanford Research Institute.

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KUHN, CECIL L.: 1890-1971.

Cecil L. Kuhn was born near Akron, Ind., on Oct. 5, 1890. He was the son of Alvin and Ida Pressnall Kuhn. He graduated from Akron High School in 1910 and earned the degrees of A.B. and A.M. from Indiana University. He married Edna Wilhoit and they had one son and one daughter. Kuhn taught in public schools in Indiana for forty-nine years and was head of the social studies department at Central High School (South Bend) for twenty-eight years. He served as a critic teacher at the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's College for students preparing to teach social studies. He also taught extension classes at Indiana University and died on Jan. 2, 1971.

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KUNTZ, ALBERT: 1879-1957.

Albert Kuntz was born in Batesville, Ind., on March 19, 1879. He was the son of Andrew and Barbara Butz Kuntz. He received an A.B. degree from Morningside College ( Iowa ) in 1904, a Ph.D. degree from the State University of Iowa in 1910, and an M.D. degree from Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 1918. He married Emma S. Magdsick on Aug. 28, 1912, and they had one daughter, Elizabeth Louise. Kuntz taught at Charles City College ( Iowa ), 1905-08, and the State University of Iowa . He joined the faculty of Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 1913 and became director of the microanatomy department in 1930. He died on Sept. 6, 1899 Jan. 19, 1957.

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KUNZ, KAISER SCHOEN: 1915-

A native of New Middletown, Ind., Kaiser Schoen Kunz was born on Oct. 16, 1915. He was married in 1944 and is the father of three children. He received the A.B. degree in 1936 from Indiana University and the degrees of A.M. in 1937 and Ph.D. in 1939 from the University of Cincinnati. Kunz was a mathematics instructor at the University of Cincinnati, 1939-49. He was associated with the Cruft Laboratory, Harvard University, 1942-49; taught electrical engineering at Case Institute, 1949-51; and worked for the Schlumberger Well Survey Corporation, 1951-60. In 1960 he page: [356][View Page [356]] became research professor of physics and electrical engineering at New Mexico State University.

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KYLE, JOHN JOHNSON: 1869-1920.

John Johnson Kyle was born in Aurora, Ind., on May 27, 1869. He was the son of Thomas M. and Anna Johnson Kyle. He received the M.D. degree from Miami Medical College in 1899. He was a member of the 160th Indiana Infantry in the Spanish-American War and also served in World War I. Kyle began medical practice in Marion, Ind., in 1892. He was professor of rhinology, laryngology, and otology at Indiana University Medical College, 1900-12. He joined the faculty of the University of Southern California, College of Physicians and Surgeons, in 1913 and remained there until his death on Aug. 29, 1920.

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