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CADLE, EMMETT HOWARD: 1884-1942.

Emmett Howard Cadle was born in Fredericksburg, Ind., on Aug. 25, 1884, the son of Thomas J. and page: [99][View Page [99]] Loretta Brown Cadle. On Dec. 25, 1904, he married Ola Myrtle Collier and they had three children: Buford, Helen Louise, and Virginia Ann. He was employed in various capacities as operator of a chain of slot machines, owner of an automobile firm, and developer of a chain of shoe repair shops. In 1914 Cadle became a lay preacher and dedicated the Cadle Tabernacle in Indianapolis in 1921. He became a nationally known revivalist and preacher, acquiring other tabernacles and preaching in many states. He was editor of THE HOOSIER HERALD and CADLE CALL. He died in Indianapolis on Dec. 20, 1942.

Information from Plainfield Public Library.

CADY, JOHN FRANK: 1901-?.

John Frank Cady was born on July. 14, 1901, in Boonville, Ind., the son of J. Frank and Katie Johnson Cady. He earned the A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1923, the A.M. degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1924, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1929. Franklin College awarded him an honorary L.H.D. degree in 1962. On June. 8, 1935, he married Vivian Thomas and they had three children: John Thomas, Susan Grace, and George Franklin.

Cady taught at the University of Maine, 1925-26; the University of Pennsylvania, 1926-27; Marshall College, 1929-30; Franklin College (Ind.) , 1930-35 and 1938-43; and Judson College (Rangoon, Burma), 1935-38. He worked as an analyst for the Office of Strategic Services (Washington, D.C.), 1943-45. He was a foreign service officer for the U.S. State Department (Washington, D.C., and Rangoon, Burma), 1945-49. He was a history professor at Ohio University, 1949-63, where he became distinguished professor of history in 1963. He has received several awards, especially for his writing.

Information from Contemporary Authors and Who's Who in America.

CAILLÉ, AUGUSTUS: 1854-?.

Augustus CaillÉ was born in Madison, Ind., on April. 1, 1854, the son of William and Ernestine Hof Caill#233;. He graduated from the New York College of Pharmacy, 1873; earned an M.D. degree from the University of Wurzburg, 1877; and received a medical degree from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1881. In 1879 he married Emily Guth and his second wife was Rita Seibold. Caill#233; began to practice medicine in New York in 1878. In 1890 he became professor of children's diseases at the New York Postgraduate Medical School. He was also a consulting physician at Lenox Hill hospitals.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

  • Clinical Notes for Nurses, for Use in the Babies' Wards of the Postgraduate Hospital (withRobert Abbe). New York, 1895.Search "Clinical Notes for Nurses, for Use in the Babies' Wards of
                                        the Postgraduate Hospital" by CAILLÉ, AUGUSTUS: 1854-?. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease … New York, 1906.Search "Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease" by CAILLÉ, AUGUSTUS: 1854-?. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Postgraduate Medicine; Prevention and Treatment of Disease. New York, 1918.Search "Postgraduate Medicine; Prevention and Treatment of
                                    Disease" by CAILLÉ, AUGUSTUS: 1854-?. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

CAIN, STANLEY ADAIR:1902-?.

Stanley Adair Cain was born near Madison, Ind., on June. 19, 1902. He is the son of Oliver E. and Lillian F. Whitsitt Cain. He earned a B.S. degree from Butler University in 1924 and the degrees of M.S. in 1927 and Ph.D. in 1930 from the University of Chicago. On July. 29, 1940, he married Louise Gilbert Marsten and they had one daughter.

Cain began his career teaching botany at Butler University in 1925 and instructed at Indiana University, page: [100][View Page [100]] 1931-33. He was a research associate at Waterman Institute, 1933-35, and professor at the University of Tennessee, 1935-46. He was employed by Cranbrook Institute, 1946, and became professor of conservation at the University of Michigan in 1950. He belongs to various study commissions, worked as a technical assistant for UNESCO, and is a past president of the Ecological Society. Cain was the recipient of a Guggenhelm fellowship, served in World War II, and has been awarded several honorary degrees.

Information from American Men of Science and Indiana State Library.

CALDWELL, HOWARD CLAY: 1893-?.

Born in Lewisville, Ind., on Sept. 25, 1893, Howard Clay Caldwell is the son of Benjamin and Martha Freeman Caldwell. He earned the A.B. degree from Butler University in 1915. On March. 23, 1918, he married Elsie Rebecca Felt and they had two children, Virginia and Howard Clay, Jr. Caldwell was a reporter, INDIANAPOLIS SUN and INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 1912-14; editor, SOUTH SIDE BULLETIN, 1914-15; and editor, MARION COUNTY MAIL, 1915-17. He was assistant advertising manager for Haynes Automobile Company, 1917-18, and a copywriter for Sidener and Van Riper Advertising Agency, 1919-22. He founded the Caldwell-Baker Company (now Caldwell-Van Riper, Inc.) in Indianapolis in 1922, served as president for forty- two years, and became chairman of the board in 1964. He was a trustee of Butler University, 1962-65, and has received several awards.

Information from Who's Who in the Midwest.

  • The Service Club of Indianapolis, 1920-1955; with the Biographies of 291 Members Who Served in the World War. Indianapolis, 1955.Search "The Service Club of Indianapolis, 1920-1955; with the Biographies
                                        of 291 Members Who Served in the World War" by CALDWELL, HOWARD CLAY: 1893-?. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

CALDWELL, WILLIAM C.: 1925-?.

William C. Caldwell was born in Evansville, Ind., on July. 3, 1925, and graduated trom Bosse High School in 1943. He attended Purdue University but received the A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1950. He is married and the father of two children. In 1952 Caldwell joined the Delco Electronics Division of the General Motors Corporation in Kokomo, Ind., where he has held the following positions: field service engineer, technical writer, instructor, and supervisor. He became a licensed amateur radio operator in 1939.

Information from William C. Caldwell.

CALKINS, GARY NATHAN: 1869-1943.

Gary Nathan Calkins was born in Valparaiso, Ind., on Jan. 18, 1869, the son of John W. and Emma F. Smith Calkins. He received an S.B. degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1890 and the degrees of Ph.D. in 1897 and Sc.D. in 1929 from Columbia University. His first wife was Anne Marshall Smith whom he married in 1894 and in 1909 he married Helen Richards Colton. He had two children, Gary Nathan, Jr., and Samuel Williston.

Calkins was assistant biologist for the Massachusetts State Board of Health and a lecturer in biology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1890-93. From 1894 until his retirement in 1939, he served on the faculty of Columbia University in various professorial ranks. He was a biologist for the New York State Cancer Laboratory during 1904-08. Catkins edited some volumes and died on Jan. 4, 1943.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

CALLAGHAN, MARY LLOYD (MRS. W. C.): 1903-?.

Mary Lloyd was born in 1903 in New Albany, Ind., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Lloyd. She page: [101][View Page [101]] earned the A.B. degree in 1925 from DePauw University and the A.M. degree in 1929 from Ohio State University. Mrs. Callaghan formerly taught English at New Albany High School and now lives in Greensburg, Ind.

Information from Greensburg Public Library and New Albany Public Library.

CALLON, MILTON W.: 1906-?.

Milton W. Callon was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Aug. 28, 1906. He attended Shortridge High School and Butler University. His first employment was as a singer on radio. He moved to Las Vegas, N. Mex., in 1945 and to Denver in 1960 when he began devoting his entire time to researching and writing about the Western scene.

Information from book jacket of Las Vegas, New Mexico.

CAMERON, ROD RUPERT EDWIN: 1933-?.

Rod Rupert Edwin Cameron was born in Rush County, Ind., on May. 11, 1933. He graduated from Milroy High School ( Ind. ) and received the Th.B. degree from Louisville Bible College. He married Beverly Ann Williamson and they had three children: Mark Allen, Myrna Ruth, and Bruce Richard. From 1959 to 1965 Cameron and his wife worked as missionaries in the Zambesi Valley ( Rhodesia ). As school manager he established ten schools for the Batonga, the local people in that area. He later became manager and caretaker of the Pearson's Mill Christian Assembly, a youth camp located near Converse, Ind., and serves as minister at the Somerset Christian Church in Wabash County .

Information from Converse-Jackson Township Library.

CAMP, BLANCHE HAMMOND (MRS. G. W. A.): ?.

Blanche Hammond was born in Boonville, Ind. She is married to G. W. A. Camp. In 1928 she was elected president for life of the American Poetry Association and is a member of other poetry groups. In 1935 she started a column of prose and poetry in the BOONVILLE STANDARD ( Ind. ). She has written poetry, song lyrics, and articles for newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. Her poems also have been read over radio networks and at White House musicals. Named poet laureate by state and national organizations, Mrs. Camp wrote "Our Flag" which several patriotic societies have adopted as their official poem.

Information from a brochure published by the Pocket Press Syndicate, Boonville .

CAMPBELL, ANGUS: 1910-?.

Angus Campbell was born in Leiters, Ind., on Aug. 10, 1910. He was married in 1940 and is the father of three children. He obtained the degrees of A.B. in 1931 and A.M. in 1932 from the University of Oregon and the Ph.D. degree in 1936 from Stanford University. Campbell taught psychology at Northwestern University, 1936-39 and 1940-42; was a Social Science Research Council fellow, 1939-40; and worked with the division of program surveys, U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1940-46. In 1946 he began teaching at the University of Michigan and became director of the survey research center at that institution in 1949.

Information from American Men of Science.

CAMPBELL, CHARLES DIVEN: 1877-1919.

The son of David Wallace and Mary Anna Diven Campbell, Charles Diven Campbell was born on Aug. 3, 1877, in Anderson, Ind. He attended the University of Heidelberg and Harvard University but received the A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1898 and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Strassburg in 1905. He married Mary Elizabeth Grimes on Aug. 15, 1917. Campbell taught German at Indiana University from 1906 to 1910 where he became associate professor of music in 1910 and later was head of the music department. He composed and directed music for centennial pageants for several Indiana cities. He died on March. 29, 1919.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

  • The Names of Relationship in English; a Contribution to English Semasiology. Strassburg. 1905.Search "The Names of Relationship in English; a Contribution to English
                                        Semasiology" by CAMPBELL, CHARLES DIVEN: 1877-1919. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

CAMPBELL, CLARENCE GORDON: 1968-1956.

Clarence Gordon Campbell was born in Marshfield, Ind., on April. 28, 1868. He was the son of Thomas Benton and Elizabeth Cronkhite Campbell. He attended Wabash Preparatory Academy before studying at Wabash College, 1883-86. He received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan, 1888, and an M.D. degree from Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1890. In 1936 Wabash College awarded him an honorary LL.D. degree. He married Helen Fahnestock in 1896 and they had one daughter, Helen Gordon.

Campbell was a physician until 1900 when he withdrew from medical practice to devote his time to the study of social and racial conditions. He conducted field research in the South Sea Islands, Malaysia, and Africa. A past president of the Eugenics Research Association, he published monographs in the field of anthropology and eugenics. Campbell died on June. 16, 1956.

Information from Who's Who in America and NEW YORK TIMES, June. 17, 1956.

CAMPBELL, DONALD GUY: 1922-?.

Donald Guy Campbell was born in Brownsburg, Ind., on June. 27, 1922. He is the son of George Guy and Ella Menefee Campbell. He received an A.B. degree in journalism from Indiana University in 1948. He married Jean Farson on Oct. 15, 1949, and they had two children, Scott and Jennifer. Campbell was a feature writer for the SAINT PETERSBURG TIMES, 1948-49; writer for the National Safety Council, 1949-52; and reporter, 1952-54, and business and financial editor, 1954-65, for the INDIANAPOLIS STAR. In 1965 he became business and financial editor for the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. He writes syndicated columns and conducts research in business conditions.

Information from Who's Who in America.

CAMPBELL, DORCAS ELIZABETH: ca. 1896-1959.

Dorcas Elizabeth Campbell was born in Fairland, Ind., about 1896. In 1923 she married Weber Gearheardt de Vote but was later divorced. She did social work in Vincennes, Louisville, Cleveland, and New York City before pursuing a banking career in 1933. After earning a degree from the University of Michigan she began working at East River Savings Bank ( New York City ). She was eventually put in charge of all service activities, advertising, and public relations for that bank and all of its branches. In 1958 Miss Campbell was made vice president of East River Savings Bank. She received wide recognition for her ability to humanize banking and for her efforts to popularize banking as a field for women. She died in New York City in 1959.

Information from Indiana State Library.

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CAMPBELL, FRANK: 1880-1964.

Frank Campbell was born in 1880 in Noblesville, Ind. He was the son of Samuel Casper and Isabelle Kitchell Campbell. He graduated from the University of Michigan School of Law, receiving a degree in 1903. He married Ella Wheeler in 1907 and they had one son and one daughter. Before retiring from active practice, Campbell had long been the senior member of the law firm which bears his name. An authority on the history of Hamilton County, he was the author of numerous historical articles which were compiled into book form and published in 1962. He died on May. 7, 1964.

Information from Noblesville Public Library.

CAMPBELL, GLADYS: 1892-?

Gladys Campbell was born in Terre Haute, Ind., on Feb. 17, 1892. She received the A.M. degree from the University of Chicago. She began teaching courses in humanities at the University of Chicago in 1946 and has been a visiting professor at several institutions.

Information from Directory of American Scholars.

CAMPBELL, JOHN CHARLES: 1867-1919.

John Charles Campbell , son of Gavin and Anna Barbara Kipp Campbell, was born on Sept. 14, 1867, in La Porte, Ind. He received the A.B. degree from Williams College in 1892 and the B.D. degree from Andover Theological Seminary in 1895. He married Grace H. Buckingham in 1895 and married his second wife, Olive A. Dame, in 1907.

Campbell was principal of a mountain academy in Alabama , 1895-98; taught in the public schools in Stevens Point, Wis., 1898-99; and was principal of Mountain Academy ( Tenn. ) in 1900. From 1900 to 1907 he served as superintendent of secondary education, dean, and president of Piedmont College (Demorest, Ga.). He traveled in Sicily and Italy, 1907-08; began working for the Russell Sage Foundation in 1908; and was secretary of the Southern Highland Division, doing rural welfare work. Campbell died on May. 2, 1919.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

CAMPBELL, JOHN LYLE: 1827-1904.

John Lyle Campbell was born in Salem, Ind., on Oct. 13, 1827, the son of David G. Campbell. He received the A.B. degree, 1849, from Wabash College and the A.M. degree, 1852, and honorary LL.D. degree, 1876, from Indiana University. He married Mary E. Johnson on July. 27, 1854. Campbell worked briefly as a civil engineer before becoming professor of physics and astronomy at Wabash College in 1850. He was centennial commissioner for Indiana , 1874-78, and secretary of the U.S. Centennial Commission, 1875-78. He served as president of the Indiana Board of Commissioners for the Columbian Exposition in Chicago , 1893, and was an assistant for the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1881-89. Campbell died in 1904.

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  • Report upon the Improvement of the Kankakee River and the Drainage of the Marsh Lands in Indiana. Indianapolis, 1882.Search "Report upon the Improvement of the Kankakee River and the Drainage
                                        of the Marsh Lands in Indiana" by CAMPBELL, JOHN LYLE: 1827-1904.  in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

CAMPBELL, MARY ELIZABETH: 1903-?

Mary Elizabeth Campbell was born in Cambridge, Ohio, on Feb. 11, 1903. She received the degrees of A.B. in 1925 and A.M. in 1926 from Radcliffe College and the Ph.D. degree in 1937 from Yale University. She joined the English faculty of Indiana University in 1927.

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Information from Directory of American Scholars.

CAMPBELL, PAUL ANDREW: 1902-?

Paul Andrew Campbell was born in Frankfort, Ind., on Dec. 25, 1909. He was married in 1933 and had one child. He received the degrees of Sc.B. in 1924 and M.D. in 1928 from the University of Chicago and studied at the University of Vienna. He taught otolaryngology at Rush Medical College ( Chicago ), 1934-41; was associated with the school of aviation medicine, U.S. Department of the Air Force, 1941-42; was attached to the American Embassy in London , 1942-45 and 1950-56; and worked for the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Aerospace Medical Center, 1956-69. In 1969 he became director of space science at Trinity University. Campbell has received several awards and medals.

Information from American Men and Women of Science.

CANAN, KEITH: 1895-1959.

Keith Canan was born in 1895 in Gettysburg, Ohio, and moved to Indianapolis in the early 1920s. He was married and was an accountant by profession. He was an unsuccessful Republican candidate for the legislature in the Eleventh Indiana District in 1928. He taught Sunday school at Irvington and Grace Methodist churches in Indianapolis and was a coin collector. Canan died on Oct. 98, 1959.

Information from Indiana State Library.

CANSE, JOHN MARTIN: 1869-?.

John Martin Canse was born in Orland, Ind., on Feb. 20, 1869, the son of John A. and Hannah Scripture Came. He received the degrees of Ph.B. in 1899 and D.D. in 1918 from DePauw University. He married Bessie Ruth Herrick on Aug. 15, 1900. In 1894 he entered the Methodist Episcopal ministry, was ordained an elder of the church in 1898, and held several pastorates in Indiana and Washington until 1926. Canse was president of the Kimball School of Theology (Salem, Oreg.), 1926-30; served as a minister in Montesano, Wash., 1930-33; and wrote many historical publications.

Information from Who's Who in America.

CANTOR, NATHANIEL FREEMAN: 1898-1957.

Nathaniel Freeman Cantor was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Nov. 26, 1898. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1921 and Ph.D. in 1925 from Columbia University and the LL.B. degree in 1929 from the University of Buffalo. Cantor joined the faculty of the University of Buffalo in 1928 and became department chairman in 1942. He did special work in the causes of crime, treatment of offenders, European development in crime research, social and correctional work, and mental hygiene. He was a fellow of the Social Science Research Council, 1932-33. Cantor died in 1957.

Information from Who Was Who in America.

CAREY, MARY JOSEPHINE: 1903-1947.

Mary Josephine Carey was born on a farm in Boone County, Ind., on May. 3, 1903. Her parents were page: [105][View Page [105]] Stephen Wallace and Elizabeth Sinai Bannon Carey. She attended Central Normal College in Danville, Ind. She did substitute teaching in Jennings County and worked as a telephone operator for several years. Miss Carey had poems published in newspapers in Indiana cities including Indianapolis and died in 1947 in Beech Grove, Ind.

Information from Mrs. Forrest Davis.

CARHART, EDITH BEEBE: ?-

Edith Beebe Carhart was born in Terre Haute, Ind., the daughter of Joseph and Ida Beebe Clark Carhart. She graduated from North Dakota State Teachers College and received private training in library work. She was librarian at State Teachers College (Maryville, N. Dak.) for five years and city librarian in Bellingham, Wash., for more than sixteen years. She served as principal of grade schools in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington and later entered the real estate and insurance business. Miss Carhart compiled a history of Bellingham .

Information from American Women.

CARLANDER, KENNETH DIXON: 1915-?

A native of Gary, Ind., Kenneth Dixon Carlander was born on May. 25, 1915, the son of Lester William and Ruth Emelia Larson Carlander. He received the following degrees from the University of Minnesota: A.B. in 1936, M.S. in 1938, and Ph.D. in 1943. He married Harriet Coleman Bell on June. 23, 1939. Carlander was an ornithologist in Texas , 1933; laboratory technician, University of Minnesota, 1936-38; and aquatic biologist, Minnesota Department of Conservation, 1938-46. He began teaching at Iowa State University in 1946 and was employed by the Iowa Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, 1946-66. He worked on different project assignments for the Atomic Energy Commission, National Science Foundation, Food and Agriculture Organization, and Ford Foundation.

Information from Who's Who in America.

CARLETON, WILLIAM GRAVES: 1903-?

William Graves Carleton was born on Nov. 19, 1903, in Evansville, Ind., the son of William Barnet and May Ruston Carleton. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1926 and A.M. in 1935 from Indiana University and earned the J.D. degree in 1931 from the University of Florida. Carleton began teaching at the University of Florida in 1926 where he became professor emeritus in 1962. He was a regular lecturer at the Federal Executive Seminar in King's Point, N.Y., and in Berkeley, Calif.

Information from Contemporary Authors.

CARLILE, BESS HOWELL (MRS. AMOS B.): ca. 1890-1969.

A native of Waverly, Kans., Bess Howell was born about 1890. She attended Kansas State College and graduated from the University of Wisconsin. She taught kindergarten in California and married Amos B. Carlile. A resident of Indianapolis for forty-three years, Mrs. Carlile died there in 1969.

Information from Indiana State Library.

CARMICHAEL, HOAGLAND HOWARD: 1899-?

Hoagland (Hoagy) Howard Carmichael was born in Bloomington, Ind., on Nov. 22, 1899, and is the son of Howard Clyde and Lida Mary Robison Carmichael. His first interest in music was demonstrated when he page: [106][View Page [106]] began playing the tunes from the tower bells of Indiana University on the piano. When he was sixteen years old the family moved to Indianapolis . Returning to Bloomington in 1919, he graduated from high school in 1922 and earned a law degree from Indiana University in 1926. While attending Indiana University, Carmichael supported himself by playing piano in jazz bands and performing at resorts,