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EADS, JAMES BUCHANAN: 1820-1887.

James Buchanan Eads was born in Lawrenceburg, Ind., on May. 23, 1820, the son of Thomas C. and Ann Buchanan Eads. He was married twice and had five children. Eads became a partner in a steamboat salvaging firm in 1842. In 1861 he was called to Washington by President Lincoln to discuss methods by which western rivers could best be used for Union war operations. He supervised the construction of armored vessels and built the Eads Bridge across the Mississippi River (Saint Louis). He was well known as a hydraulic engineer and received many awards and honors. Eads died in Nassau, Bahama Islands, on March. 16, 1887.

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  • Mouth of the Mississippi; Jetty System Explained. Saint Louis, 1874.Search "Mouth of the Mississippi; Jetty System Explained" by EADS, JAMES BUCHANAN: 1820-1887. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Addresses and Papers … Together with a Biographical Sketch, Compiled and Edited by Estill McHenry. Saint Louis, 1884.Search "Addresses and Papers … Together with a Biographical Sketch,
                                        Compiled and Edited by Estill McHenry" by EADS, JAMES BUCHANAN: 1820-1887. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EASH, JOHN TRIMBLE: 1906-

John Trimble Eash was born on Sept. 11, 1906, in Albany, Ind. He was married in 1927 and had two children. His academic degrees include the B.S. in 1928 from Purdue University and the M.S. in 1929 and Ph.D. in 1932 from the University of Michigan. After serving as an assistant at the University of Michigan, 1929-31, he held several research positions with the International Nickel Company, becoming manager of research in 1970.

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  • The Copper-Rich Alloys of the Copper-Nickel-Tin System (withClair Upthegrove). New York, 1932.Search "The Copper-Rich Alloys of the Copper-Nickel-Tin System" by EASH, JOHN TRIMBLE: 1906- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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EAST, C. EARL: 1890-

C. Earl East was born in Bloomington, Ind., on Nov. 24, 1890, the son of William Hiram East. In 1906 he wrote a daily by-line column for the BLOOMINGTON EVENING HERALD. After graduation from Bloomington High School, he was a schoolteacher in Illinois and Indiana until 1912. He later spent two years as a traveling representative for a school book company. East returned to Bloomington where he operated a yarn shop for more than forty years.

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  • Relive It with C. Earl East; Stirring Stories Which Really Happened, Some Near Indiana University and Others Elsewhere, with Four Coffee Breaks of Old Fashioned Verse. Bloomington, Ind., 1963.Search "Relive It with C. Earl East; Stirring Stories Which Really
                                        Happened, Some Near Indiana University and Others Elsewhere, with Four Coffee
                                        Breaks of Old Fashioned Verse" by EAST, C. EARL: 1890- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EAST, JOHN R.: 1845-1907.

John R. East was born in Monroe County, Ind., in 1845. He received a common school education before enlisting in the Fifty-Ninth Regiment of the Indiana Volunteers. In 1865 he began teaching school and doing farm work. Deciding to become a lawyer, East earned a law degree from Indiana University in 1870. He was involved in local polities and held a variety of positions including state representative in the Sixtieth Indiana General Assembly. He died in 1907.

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EASTMAN, ARTHUR ANDREW: 1893-

A native of South Bend, Ind., and born on May. 29, 1893, Arthur Andrew Eastman is the son of Fred P. and Lulu E. Eastman. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1916 and married Lydia Dittmann in 1918. Eastman worked for an advertising agency and a mail order business, has done free-lance writing, and wrote a syndicated newspaper column.

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  • The Nude Deal: A Jolly Gesture 'Gainst Bulky Vesture; Naked Truths--Suspense Without Offense---One Million U.S. Nudists Predicted---Crazy Cartoons--Photographs from Honest-to-Goodness Nudist Camps--a Mirthful Masterpiece--Chuck-Full of Chuckles. South Bend, Ind., 1935.Search "The Nude Deal: A Jolly Gesture 'Gainst Bulky Vesture; Naked
                                        Truths--Suspense Without Offense---One Million U.S. Nudists Predicted---Crazy
                                        Cartoons--Photographs from Honest-to-Goodness Nudist Camps--a Mirthful
                                        Masterpiece--Chuck-Full of Chuckles" by EASTMAN, ARTHUR ANDREW: 1893- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EASTMAN, FRANCES WHITTIER: 1915-

Born on Jan. 9, 1915, in Indianapolis, Ind., Frances Whittier Eastman is the daughter of Fred Wilson and Ethel Richardson Eastman. She received the A.B. degree from the University of Tulsa, 1935; the A.M. degree from Chicago Theological Seminary, 1941; and the B.D. degree from Andover-Newton Theological School, 1958. Miss Eastman was director of Christian education at the First Presbyterian Church (Topeka, Kans.), 1941-43, and the Westminster Presbyterian Church ( Minneapolis ), 1943-44. She was territorial director of Christian education for the Hawaiian Evangelical Association of Congregational Churches in Honolulu , 1944-50. In 1950 she joined the division of Christian education, board of homeland ministries, United Church of Christ ( Boston ), where she was editor of CHILDREN'S RELIGION, 1950-63, and became secretary for special program development in 1963. She was awarded a Litt.D. degree by the Chicago Theological Seminary in 1958.

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EASTON, WILLIAM HEYDEN: 1916-

A native of Bedford, Ind., William Heyden Easton was born on Jan. 14, 1916, the son of Harry Thomas and Katharine Gillen Easton. He received the B.S. degree in 1937 from George Washington University and page: [182][View Page [182]] the A.M. degree in 1938 and Ph.D. degree in 1940 from the University of Chicago. He married Phoebe Jane Beall on Aug. 10, 1940, and they had three children: Phoebe Beall, Robert Bruce, and Katharine Louise. Easton worked with the Illinois Geological Survey, 1940-44. He started teaching geology at the University of Southern California in 1946 and was department chairman, 1963-67. He is a consulting geologist, U.S. Geological Survey; served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1944-46; and has held several fellowships.

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EATON, JAMES ROBERT: 1902-

A native of Bluffton, Ind., James Robert Eaton was born on Nov. 1, 1902, the son of James B. and Aldula Baumgartner Eaton. From Purdue University he received the B.S. degree in 1925 and Ph.D. degree in 1942 and from the University of Wisconsin, the M.S. degree in 1938. On Sept. 16, 1929, he married Ruth Sergeant and they had one son, James Robert. Eaton was an engineer for the Consumers Power Company (Jackson, Mich.), 1925-37; taught at the University of Wisconsin, 1938-40; and started teaching electrical engineering in 1940 at Purdue University. He has done consulting work in electrical engineering.

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EBERHARD, FREDERICK GEORGE: 1889-

Frederick George Eberhard was born in South Whitley, Ind., on March. 18, 1889. His parents were Eli L. and Mary C. Casner Eberhard. He graduated from Culver Military Academy in 1906, attended the University of Chicago, and received the M.D. degree in 1912 from Northwestern University. On Oct. 11, 1919, he married Genevieve Beverly Price and they had one son. Eberhard served in World War I.

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EBERHARDT, ERNEST GODLOVE: 1864-1953.

Born in Wuerttemberg, Germany, in 1864, Ernest Godlove Eberhardt became a resident of Indianapolis in 1872. He was one of the first pharmacy graduates of Purdue University and was elected honorary president of the American Pharmaceutical Association in 1950. He married Laura Aldag. Eberhardt was the first pharmaceutical chemist employed by Eli Lilly and Company where he worked for sixty-two years, retiring in 1948. He was a member of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church ( Indianapolis ) for sixty-six years; a trustee of the church for thirty-one years; superintendent of the Sunday school; and a trustee of the church's school in Naperville, Ill. He died in Indianapolis on Aug. 31, 1953.

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EBERHARDT, NEWMAN CHARLES: 1912-

Born on Oct. 7, 1912, in La Porte, Ind., Newman Charles Eberhardt is the son of Joseph Matthew and Clara Kohne Eberhardt. He received an A.B. degree from Saint Mary's Seminary in 1939, an S.T.L. degree from Collegium Angelicum in 1940, and an A.M. degree from Saint Louis University in 1949. Eberhardt is a priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) and joined the faculty of Saint John's Seminary (Camarillo, Calif.) as a professor of history in 1941.

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EBY, Lois CHRISTINE: 1908-

Lois Christine Eby was born in Wabash, Ind., in 1908 and grew up in California . She was educated at the University of Southern California. She has worked at various motion picture studios writing screen originals. Two of her plays won the Apolliad contest and were later produced for radio. Miss Eby and her cousin, John C. Fleming, have collaborated on several books. She has written under the narnc of Patrick Lawson. Hcr book Star-Crossed Stallion won the Boys' Life--Dodd Mead Prize competition.

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EDGAR, KENNETH: 1924-

Born on May. 23, 1924, in Bedford, Ind., Kenneth Edgar is the son of Frank and Eileen Edgar. He earned the A.B. degree from Pennsylvania State University and the degrees of A.M. and Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. He did postdoctoral study at the University of Chicago and California State University (Long Beach). He is married and the father of two sons, Mike and Mark. Edgar taught at the University of Pittsburgh and served as director of Cain Park Creative Theatre ( Cleveland ). He was school psychologist for county schools, Pittsburgh; director of Counseling Center, Slippery Rock State College; and clinical psychologist at Indiana County Guidance Center (Indiana, Pa.). He later joined the faculty of Indiana University (Pa.).

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EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886-

Edna Hatfield was born in Magnet, Ind., in 1886, the daughter of William J. and Sarah Emma Davis Hatfield. She received all of her academic degrees from Indiana University: A.B. in 1911, A.M. in 1914, and Ph.D. in 1917. She married C. E. Edmondson and in 1905 began social service work with the Charity Organization Society of Indianapolis . Mrs. Edmondson held the following positions: superintendent of the summer mission for sick children of Indianapolis , 1911; secretary of Associated Charities (East Chicago and Indiana Harbor), 1911-19; and juvenile court officer of Lake County , 1912-13. She joined the faculty of Indiana University, extension division, in 1919 where she worked in child welfare and health and became a member of the sociology department in 1933.

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  • Feeding Children at School; a Method of Meeting the Problem of Undernourished Children (withMabel Thacher Wellman). Bloomington, Ind., 1919.Search "Feeding Children at School; a Method of Meeting the Problem of
                                        Undernourished Children" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Indiana Child Welfare Association. Bloomington, Ind., 1920.Search "The Indiana Child Welfare Association" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Parent-Teacher Associations. Bloomington, Ind., 1920.Search "Parent-Teacher Associations" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Juvenile Delinquency and Adult Crime. Certain Associations of Juvenile Delinquency and Adult Crime in Gary, Richmond, Ind., with Special Reference to the Immigrant Population. Bloomington, Ind., 1921.Search "Juvenile Delinquency and Adult Crime. Certain Associations of
                                        Juvenile Delinquency and Adult Crime in Gary, Richmond, Ind., with Special
                                        Reference to the Immigrant Population" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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  • The Indiana Parent-Teacher Association, Its Organization and Program of Work. Bloomington, Ind., 1928.Search "The Indiana Parent-Teacher Association, Its Organization and
                                        Program of Work" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Parent-Teacher Associations, Their Organization and Field of Work. Bloomington, Ind., 1928.Search "Parent-Teacher Associations, Their Organization and Field of
                                        Work" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Beautification of School Grounds. Bloomington, Ind., 1929.Search "Beautification of School Grounds" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Study Program of Child Welfare Laws in Indiana with Special Emphasis on School Attendance and Child Labor (withMrs. G. G. Derbyshire). Bloomington, Ind., 1930.Search "Study Program of Child Welfare Laws in Indiana with Special
                                        Emphasis on School Attendance and Child Labor" by EDMONDSON, EDNA HATFIELD (MRS. C. E.): 1886- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EDWARDS, EDWARD EVERETT: 1908-

Edward Everett Edwards was born in Bloomfield, Ind., on July. 15, 1908. He received the B.S. degree in 1928 and the M.S. degree in 1934 from Indiana University. After serving as supervisor of the division of research and statistics for the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions, 1933-36, Edwards started teaching finance at Indiana University. He was state director of the National Youth Administration, 1935-36, and has held other government commissions.

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  • Bank Taxation in Indiana. Bloomington. Richmond, Ind.. 1938.Search "Bank Taxation in Indiana" by EDWARDS, EDWARD EVERETT: 1908- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Some Thoughts on Liquidity and Other Essays for Savings and Loan Executives. Bloomington. Richmond, Ind.. 1959.Search "Some Thoughts on Liquidity and Other Essays for Savings and Loan
                                        Executives" by EDWARDS, EDWARD EVERETT: 1908- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • A Second Look at the Decade of the Sixties and Its Challenges for the Savings and Loan Business (withArthur M. Weimer). Chicago, 1963.Search "A Second Look at the Decade of the Sixties and Its Challenges for
                                        the Savings and Loan Business" by EDWARDS, EDWARD EVERETT: 1908- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Banking Structure in Indiana. Bloomington, Ind., 1968.Search "Banking Structure in Indiana" by EDWARDS, EDWARD EVERETT: 1908- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Cyclical Fluctuations in Residential Construction. Bloomington, Ind., 1968.Search "Cyclical Fluctuations in Residential Construction" by EDWARDS, EDWARD EVERETT: 1908- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EDWARDS, JOSEPHINE CUNNINGTON (MRS. LOWELL A.): 1904-

Josephine Cunnington was born on Aug. 24, 1904, in Muncie, Ind., the daughter of David and Elizabeth Gray Cunnington. She earned the A.B. degree from Andrews University in 1944, received the A.M. degree from George Peabody College for Teachers in 1962, and did postgraduate study at the University of Southern California. She married Lowell A. Edwards and they had two sons, Robert E. and Charles G. Mrs. Edwards is a missionary. She served as principal of Malamulo Teacher Training College (Nyasaland, Africa), 1945-52; was a high school teacher in Ellijay, Ga., 1957-62; and also taught at Oakwood College (Huntsville, Ala.), 1963-64. In. 1964 she became a history teacher at Gem State Academy (Caldwell, Idaho). She has lectured on the Holy Land and Africa and has written three scripts for the Ralph Edwards radio-television show, "This Is Your Life."

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EDWARDS, LOREN MCCLAIN: 1877-1945.

Loren McClain Edwards was born in Rising Sun, Ind., on Nov. 14, 1877. He was the son of Charles C. and Belle McClain Edwards. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1899 and A.M. in 1902 from Moore's Hill College; a B.D. degree from Drew Theological Seminary in 1905; and a D.D. degree from DePauw University in 1913. He married Florence Mary Sargent on Sept. 14, 1905, and they had one son, Justin. Edwards was ordained in the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church in 1899. He held pastorates in a number of Indiana cities; Baltimore, Md.; and Newton, Iowa. He served on several church conference committees and died on July 20, 1945-

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EDWARDS, RICHARD AMBROSE: 1922-

A native of Roachdale, Ind., Richard Ambrose Edwards was born on May. 10, 1922. He obtained the A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1947, LL.B. degree from Harvard University in 1949, and Ph.D. degree from Columbia University in 1952. He was married in 1944 and is the father of two children. Edwards taught political science at Rutgers, The State University, 1949-51, and Lafayette College, 1952-56. He was associate director of the legislative drafting research fund, Columbia University, 1957-58; associate general counsel, Health Insurance Association of America, 1958-66; and vice president, Associates Investment Company, 1966-68. In 1968 he became vice president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.

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EDWARDS, VIOLA PARKS (MRS. HARBERTH.):?-

Viola Parks , believed to have been born in Bedford, Ind., was the daughter of Robert M. and Jane Short Parks. She received the M.S. degree from Franklin College in 1874. Her husband was Harbert Harrison Edwards. A review of Saul of Tarsus and Judith in the Indianapolis STAR stated that "Mrs. Edwards is an Indiana woman and several of her poems are dedicated to Franklin College."

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EGGERS, MELVIN ARNOLD: 1916-

Melvin Arnold Eggers was born in Fort Wayne, Ind., on Feb. 21, 1916. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1940 and A.M. in 1941 from Indiana University and Ph.D. degree in 1950 from Yale University. Eggers joined the economics faculty of Syracuse University in 1950 and became department chairman in 1960. He served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, 1943-46.

Information from American Men of Science.

  • Savings Banking in New York State: A Reexamination of a Traditional Role. Syracuse, N.Y., 1963.Search "Savings Banking in New York State: A Reexamination of a
                                        Traditional Role" by EGGERS, MELVIN ARNOLD: 1916- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Economic Processes: The Composition of Economic Activity (withA. Dale Tussing). New York, 1965.Search "Economic Processes: The Composition of Economic Activity" by EGGERS, MELVIN ARNOLD: 1916- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Economic Processes: The Level of Economic Activity (withA. Dale Tussing). New York, 1965.Search "Economic Processes: The Level of Economic Activity" by EGGERS, MELVIN ARNOLD: 1916- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EHNINGER, DOUGLAS WAGNER: 1913-

Douglas Wagner Ehninger was born on Oct. 24, 1913, in Michigan City, Ind., the son of Frank and Margaret Wagner Ehninger. He received the B.S. degree in 1936 and A.M. degree in 1938 from Northwestern University and the Ph.D. degree from Ohio State University in 1949. He married Flora Beth Burnett on Oct. 30, 1937, and they had one daughter, Margaret Ruth. Ehninger taught at Purdue University, 1937-38; Western Reserve University, 1938-43; the University of Virginia, 1948-50; and the University of Florida, 1950-61. In 1961 he became professor of speech at the State University of Iowa and serves as advisory editor of speech books for Scott, Foresman, and Company. He was editor of the SOUTHERN SPEECH JOURNAL, 1955-57; editor of SPEECH MONOGRAPHS, 1960-62; and associate editor of the QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF SPEECH, 1948-50 and 1958-60.

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EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD ADAM: 1897-

Harold Adam Ehrensperger was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Aug. 12, 1897. He received the B.S. degree in 1920 and the A.M. degree in 1921 from Harvard University and the B.D. degree in 1927 from Garrett Theological Seminary. He was awarded the L.H.D. degree page: [186][View Page [186]] in 1967 by Iowa Wesleyan College. Ehrensperger was an instructor at Northwestern University, 1925-33, and also taught part of that time at Garrett Theological Seminary, 1927-34. He taught in India at Leonard Theological College, 1950-52, and the University of Nagpur, 1952-53. He joined the religion and arts faculty of Boston University, 1953-60, where he taught drama in the school of fine and applied arts from 1960 until his retirement in 1965.

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  • The Spreading Flame; the Pageant of the Methodist Beginnings; in Celebration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Organization of the Methodist Church in America, December 1784. New York, 1934.Search "The Spreading Flame; the Pageant of the Methodist Beginnings; in
                                        Celebration of the One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Organization of
                                        the Methodist Church in America, December 1784" by EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD ADAM: 1897- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • A Dramatic Calendar for Churches; Suggestions for Dramatic Programs for Outstanding Events in Each Month. Chicago, 1937.Search "A Dramatic Calendar for Churches; Suggestions for Dramatic
                                        Programs for Outstanding Events in Each Month" by EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD ADAM: 1897- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Conscience on Stage. New York, 1947.Search "Conscience on Stage" by EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD ADAM: 1897- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Change of Heart. New York, 1954.Search "Change of Heart" by EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD ADAM: 1897- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Religious Drama: Ends and Means. New York, 1962.Search "Religious Drama: Ends and Means" by EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD ADAM: 1897- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EHRMANN, BERTHA PRATT KING (MRS. MAX): 1879-

Bertha Pratt King was born in Little Falls, N.Y., on Feb. 5, 1879. She graduated from Little Falls High School and Smith College and established the King Classical School in Terre Haute, Ind., in 1906. She was an early activist in the woman suffragette movement. On June. 3, 1945, she married Max Ehrmann. After her husband's death in that same year, Mrs. Ehrmann devoted her time to compiling, editing, and publishing his verse.

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EHRMANN, BESS VIRGINIA HICKS (MRS. CALDER): 1879-

Bess Virginia Hicks was born in Rockport, Ind., on Dec. 21, 1879, the daughter of Royal S. and Rachel Ann Britton Hicks. She attended local schools and the New England Conservatory. She married Calder De Bruler Ehrmann and they had two sons and one daughter. Mrs. Ehrmann was a dramatic director for thirty years and wrote many plays, historical sketches, and pageants.

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  • The Missing Chapter in the Life of Abraham Lincoln; a Number of Articles, Episodes, Photographs, Pen and Ink Sketches Concerning the Life of Abraham Lincoln in Spencer County, Indiana, Between 1816-1830 and 1844. Chicago. 1938.Search "The Missing Chapter in the Life of Abraham Lincoln; a Number of
                                        Articles, Episodes, Photographs, Pen and Ink Sketches Concerning the Life of
                                        Abraham Lincoln in Spencer County, Indiana, Between 1816-1830 and 1844" by EHRMANN, BESS VIRGINIA HICKS (MRS. CALDER): 1879- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Back Trails of Indiana. New York. 1943.Search "Back Trails of Indiana" by EHRMANN, BESS VIRGINIA HICKS (MRS. CALDER): 1879- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • "Thenceforward and Forever Free." New York. 1945.Search ""Thenceforward and Forever Free."" by EHRMANN, BESS VIRGINIA HICKS (MRS. CALDER): 1879- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Lincoln and His Neighbors. Rockport, Ind.. 1948.Search "Lincoln and His Neighbors" by EHRMANN, BESS VIRGINIA HICKS (MRS. CALDER): 1879- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • In Old Rockport, a Novel. Philadelphia. 1950.Search "In Old Rockport, a Novel" by EHRMANN, BESS VIRGINIA HICKS (MRS. CALDER): 1879- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EIKENBERRY, DAN HARRISON: 1888-1963.

Born in Howard County, Ind., on Dec. 14, 1888, Dan Harrison Eikenberry was the son of Martin Howard and Angeline Bock Eikenberry. He obtained the degrees of A.B. in 1911 and A.M. in 1915 from Indiana University and the Ph.D. degree in 1924 from Teachers College, Columbia University. He married Bertha Mabelle Fisher on Dec. 26, 1917. Eikenberry was a teacher in Indiana schools in Fairmount , 1911-14; Muncie , 1914-16; Mishawaka , 1916-17; and Crawfordsville , 1919-21. He taught at Rutgers, The State University, 1922-24, and the University of Missouri, 1924-27. In 1927 he became professor of education at Ohio State University where he was also department chairman, 1942-48. He served on educational advisory commissions, conducted surveys, and received the Distinguished Service Award from Ohio State University. Eikenberry died on Nov. 30, 1963.

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  • Status of the High School Principal. Washington, D. C., 1926.Search "Status of the High School Principal" by EIKENBERRY, DAN HARRISON: 1888-1963. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Our American Schools and Their Opportunities (with others). Columbus, Ohio, 1930.Search "Our American Schools and Their Opportunities (with
                                    others)" by EIKENBERRY, DAN HARRISON: 1888-1963. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Building the High School Schedule of Recitations, a Problem in High School Administration. Columbus, Ohio, 1941.Search "Building the High School Schedule of Recitations, a Problem in
                                        High School Administration" by EIKENBERRY, DAN HARRISON: 1888-1963. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Present-Day Trends in the Organization of Secondary Education. Columbus, Ohio, 1958.Search "Present-Day Trends in the Organization of Secondary
                                        Education" by EIKENBERRY, DAN HARRISON: 1888-1963. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
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ELDER, BOWMAN: 1888-1954.

Born in Indianapolis, Ind., on March. 4, 1888, Bowman Elder was the son of William Line and Laura Bowman Elder. He received the B.S. degree in 1911 from the University of Pennsylvania. He married Madeline Fortune on Sept. 30, 1914, and they had two children, Anne and William. From 1912 to 1940 Elder was in the real estate business with his father in Indianapolis . He was vice president of Circle Agencies, Inc., 1935-39, and consular agent for France ( Indianapolis ), 1934-40. He was national treasurer of the American Legion, 1928-33, and died on June. 10, 1954.

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ELDER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH: 1915-

Robert Ellsworth Elder , son of Harry E. and Hilma V. Nelson Elder, was born in Monticello, Ind., on July. 15, 1915. He attended Butler University and Indiana University and earned the A.B. degree in 1936 from Indiana State Teachers College and the degrees of A.M. in 1937 and Ph.D. in 1947 from the University of Chicago. In 1938 he married Mary Gene Wann and they had three children: Robert E., Jr., David Scott, and Mary Ann. Elder taught in the Hammond, Ind., public schools, 1937-39, and at Central Normal College (Danville, Ind.), 1940-42. He was director of publicity at DePauw University during 1942-44 and joined the faculty of Colgate University in 1946 where he became professor of political science. He worked in various capacities at Brookings Institution and George Washington University, 1959-63; served in the U.S. Navy, 1944-46; and was awarded a Ford Foundation grant, 1955-56.

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  • Economic Cooperation: Special United Nations Fund for Economic Development (SUNFED) (withForrest D. Murden). New York, 1954.Search "Economic Cooperation: Special United Nations Fund for Economic
                                        Development (SUNFED)" by ELDER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Policy Machine: The Department of State and American Foreign Policy. Syracuse, N.Y., 1960.Search "The Policy Machine: The Department of State and American Foreign
                                        Policy" by ELDER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Foreign Leader Program: Operations in the United States. Washington, D. C., 1961.Search "The Foreign Leader Program: Operations in the United
                                        States" by ELDER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Overseas Representation and Services for Federal Domestic Agencies. New York, 1965.Search "Overseas Representation and Services for Federal Domestic
                                        Agencies" by ELDER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Information Machine; the United States Information Agency and American Foreign Policy. Syracuse, N.Y., 1968.Search "The Information Machine; the United States Information Agency and
                                        American Foreign Policy" by ELDER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH: 1915- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

ELLER, MEREDITH FREEMAN: 1912-

Meredith Freeman Eller was born in Heltonville, Ind., on April. 25, 1912. He received all of his academic degrees from Boston University: A.B. in 1933, S.T.B. in 1936, and Ph.D. in 1946. He was minister of the Methodist church, New England Southern Conference, during 1933-47. He taught philosophy and religion at McKendree College, 1947-49, and Central Methodist College, 1949-65. In 1965 Eller became professor of history at Northeast Missouri State College.

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  • The Beginnings of the Christian Religion; a Guide to the History and Literature of Judaism and Christianity. New York, 1958.Search "The Beginnings of the Christian Religion; a Guide to the History
                                        and Literature of Judaism and Christianity" by ELLER, MEREDITH FREEMAN: 1912- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

ELLETT, MARCELLA HOWARD (MRS. JOHN F.): 1931-

Marcella Howard was born on Nov. 90, 1931, in Bloomington, Ind., the daughter of Myron and Geneva Franklin Howard. On July. 2, 1950, she married John F. Ellett and they had three children: John, Jean, and Anthony. She received the B.S. degree from Indiana University in 1952 and the M.S. degree from Cornell University in 1955. Mrs. Eltett taught home economics in Curlew, Wash., 1952-54; Huntertown, Ind., 1956-58; New Haven, Ind., 1962-67; and Fort Wayne, Ind., as of 1967.

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ELLINGWOOD, FINLEY: 1852-20

Finley Ellingwood was born in Manchester, Ind., on Sept. 12, 1852. He was the son of Elijah and Mary Abigail Rice Ellingwood. He received an M.D. degree from Bennett Medical College (Chicago) in 1878 and married Jennie S. Elliott on Sept. 1, 1880. Ellingwood page: [188][View Page [188]] began a medical practice in Braidwood, Ill., in 1876 and taught at Bennett Medical College, 1884-1907. He edited the CHICAGO MEDICAL TIMES, 1884-1906; the Eclectic Medical Annual, 1889-91; and ELLINGWOOD'S THERAPEUTIST, 1906-20. He was the first vice president of the World's Eclectic Medical Congress, 1903, and died on June. 29, 1920.

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ELLIOTT, BYRON KOSCIUSKO: 1835-1913.

Byron Kosciusko Elliott was born on Sept. 4, 1835, in Hamilton, Ohio, the son of William J. and Mary L. Elliott. He was educated at the following institutions: Hamilton Academy, Furman's Academy, Miami University, and Marion County Seminary. He married Harriet A. Talbott on Sept. 5, 1855, and was admitted to the bar in 1858. Elliott served as city judge of Indianapolis during 1859-60, 1865-70, and 1873-74. A captain in the 132nd Indiana Volunteers, he was detailed for duty on Major General Milroy's staff in 1864. He was judge of the Criminal Circuit Court ( Indianapolis ), 1870; city solicitor, 1872; judge of Superior Court ( Ind. ), 1876; and judge of Supreme Court, 1881-93. Elliott collaborated with his son, William Frederick Elliott, on a number of treatises on the various aspects of the law. He was known as an orator and died April. 19, 1913.

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ELLIOTT, GEORGE PAUL: 1918-

George Paul Elliott was born in Knightstown, Ind., on June. 16, 1918, the son of Paul Revere and Nita Gregory Elliott. He earned the degrees of A.B. in 1939 and A.M. in 1941 from the University of California ( Berkeley ). On Jan. 18, 1941, he married Mary Emma Jeffress and they had one child, Nora Catherine. Elliott taught at Saint Mary's College of California, 1947-55; Cornell University, 1955-56; and Barnard College, Columbia University, 1957-60. He was a lecturer at Writers Workshop, State University of Iowa, 1960-61; the University of California ( Berkeley ), 1962; and Saint Mary's College of California, 1962-63. In 1963 he joined the faculty of Syracuse University as professor of English. He received the following distinctions: HUDSON REVIEW fellowship in fiction, 1956-57; Guggenheim fellowship, 1961-62; Indiana Authors Day Award for Among the Dangs, 1962; D. H. Lawrence fellowship, 1962; and Ford Foundation fellowship, 1965-66. Elliott has contributed poems, stories, essays, and book reviews to literary magazines.

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ELLIOTT, HETTIE: 1865-1926.

Hettie Elliott was born on Oct. 15, 1865, in Fairmount, Ind., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Elliott. Her parents died when she was quite young and page: [189][View Page [189]] she lived with her grandparents in Dublin, Ind. She graduated from Richmond High School in 1886 and received the Ph.B. degree in 1889 and the A.M. degree in 1892 from Earlham College. Miss Elliott taught in public schools in Richmond and wrote poetry and several plays. At the time of her death on Aug. 27, 1926, she was negotiating for the publication of a book on the study of foreign language.

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ELLIOTT, JAMES WILLIAM: 1890-

James William Elliott was born in Chittendon, Vt., in 1890. He received an A.B. degree from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1915 and an A.M. degree from Middlebury College (Vt.). Elliott began his career as an instructor at Houghton College and in 1921 served as a missionary in Peru. He taught at Taylor University (Upland, Richmond, Ind.), 1928-34, and Marion College (Ind.), 1940-62. He later became a pastor in Indiana churches in North Liberty, Mount Etna, Gaston, and Muncie .

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ELLIOTT, JOHN B.: 1911-

Born on Nov. 15, 1911, in Chicago, Ill., John B. Elliott is the son of John S. and Grace Pote Elliott. He obtained the A.B. degree from the University of Chicago in 1933. He and his wife, Josephine, had one daughter, Claudia. EUiott was staff archaeologist at the University of Kentucky during 1937-44. He moved to New Harmony, Ind., in 1942 where he has been a farmer and rancher for thirty years. He is a breeder of registered Belgian draft horses. In 1968 he became assistant professor of anthropology at Indiana State University (Evansville).

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ELLIOTT, JOSEPH DWIGHT: 1927-1956.

Joseph Dwight Elliott was born in Richmond, Ind., on Sept. 10, 1927, the son of Dwight and Gladys Elliott. He graduated from Richmond High School and earned the A.B. degree from Earlham College in 1950 and the A.M. degree from Indiana University. Elliott taught English at Indiana University and died in 1956.

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ELLIOTT, ROBERT CARL: 1914-

Robert Carl Elliott was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Nov. 23, 1914, the son of Robert Carl and Lucy Woodbridge Elliott. His academic degrees include an A.B. from Wabash College, 1936; an A.M. from Columbia University, 1937; and a Ph.D. from Brown University, 1946. In 1945 he married Mary Curtin. Elliott was an instructor at the University of Hawaii, 1937-39 and 1941. He taught at Ohio State University, 1946-64, and became professor of English at the University of California ( San Diego ) in 1964. He served in the U.S. Navy, 1941-46. Elliott received a Ford Foundation fellowship, 1952-53, and a Guggenheim fellowship, 1962-63, and has edited collections of plays.

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ELLIOTT, WILLIAM FREDERICK: 1859-1927.

William Frederick Elliott was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on April. 29, 1859, the son of Byron Kosciusko and Harriet A. Talbott Elliott. He graduated from Butler College in 1880 and the law school of the University of Michigan in 1881. Elliott first practiced law with his father in Indianapolis and later was associated with Caleb S. Denny. On June. 7, 1897, he married Eflie Marquardt and they had one son, Byron Kosciusko II. page: [190][View Page [190]] His treatise on contracts (listed below) was considered to be authoritative in the field, as were many of the treatises that he prepared in collaboration with his father. He contributed to encyclopedias and lectured at DePauw University and Indiana Law School (Indianapolis). Elliott died on June. 5, 1927, in Indianapolis .

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ELLIOTT, WILLIAM MARION: 1903-

William Marion Elliott, Jr. , was born on March. 18, 1903, in Charlestown, Ind., the son of William Marion and Charlotte Crump Elliott. He earned the degrees of A.B. in 1925 from Park College, B.D. in 1928 from Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Louisville, Ky.), and Ph.D. in 1937 from the University of Edinburgh. On May. 4, 1928, he married Helen Hargis and they had three children: Joe M., Carol, and Jeannette. Elliott taught at Presbyterian Theological Seminary during 1929-30 and was ordained in the ministry of the Presbyterian church in 1930. He held pastorates in Knoxville, Tenn., 1930-35, and Atlanta, Ga., 1935-44, and became a minister at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church (Dallas) in 1944. He was chairman of the Board of World Missions for the Presbyterian Church in the United States , 1954-57, and moderator of the general assembly, 1957-58.

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ELLIS, HOWARD WOODROW: 1914-

Howard Woodrow Ellis was born in Linton, Ind., on Feb. 19, 1914, the son of Lee and Effle May Ellis. He earned the A.B. degree from Evansville College in 1943 and the B.D. degree from Garrett Biblical Institute in 1946. He studied art at American Art Academy, Chicago Art Institute, George Peabody College for Teachers, and the University of Tennessee. On Aug. 27, 1942, he married Susanna Goldsmith and they had two daughters, Patricia Sue and Mary Lou. Ellis was ordained a Methodist minister in 1946. He worked as staff member, general board of evangelism, Methodist church, 1946-66; associate secretary and director of Cooperative Department of Youth Evangelism, 1952-64; and director of unconventional evangelism, 1964-66. He became minister of witness and outreach at the Central Methodist Church ( Indianapolis ) in 1966. An artist, Ellis has held several one-man shows and his work has been displayed at art festivals in the United States, Korea, Mexico, and Japan . He has won a number of art awards and received an honorary H.H.D. degree from Evansville College in 1962.

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ELLIS, JAMES WHITCOMB: 1848-1929.

James Whitcomb Ellis was born in Danville, Ind., in 1848. He died in Maquoketa, Iowa, on April. 9, 1929.

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ELLIS, MAX MAPES: 1887-1953.

Max Mapes Ellis was born on Dec. 3, 1887, in Lawrence, Ind., and was the son of Horace and Grace Mapes Ellis. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1905 and Sc.D. in 1914 from Vincennes University and earned the following degrees from Indiana University: A.B. in 1907, A.M. in 1908, and Ph.D. in 1911. He married Marion Lee Durbin on Sept. 4, 1909, and they had one daughter, Cornelia Grace. Ellis began teaching at Vincennes University in 1909. He taught at Indiana University, 1910-11, and the University of Colorado, 1911-18. He joined the faculty of the University of Missouri in 1919 and remained there until his death in 1953. Ellis participated in the Gimbel Scientific Expedition to British Guiana in 1910 and continued to do field work throughout his career. He served in World War I.

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ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927-

James E. Ellison was born on March. 28, 1927, in Covington, Ky., the son of Alois Harry and Lyda Keller Ellison. He studied at Saint Joseph's Novitiate (Rolling Prairie, Ind.), 1945-46, and the University of Notre Dame, 1946-47. He became a member of the Brothers of Holy Cross (C.S.C.) in 1945 and his religious name is Brother Flavius. He joined the staff of the University of Notre Dame where he was a civil service employee of the university post office, 1947-58, and became director of community stores for the Brothers of Holy Cross at the university in 1958. Brother Flavius is a writer, mainly for young people, and teaches religion at parishes in the vicinity of Notre Dame, Ind. He is interested in teaching religion to mentally retarded children.

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  • A Star in the East; a Story of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Notre Dame, Ind., 1959.Search "A Star in the East; a Story of Saint Catherine of
                                        Alexandria" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Miracle for the Bride; a Story of Saint Bridget of Ireland. Notre Dame, Ind., 1953.Search "Miracle for the Bride; a Story of Saint Bridget of
                                    Ireland" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Proudly We Hail; a Story of Saint Francis de Sales. Notre Dame, Ind., 1956.Search "Proudly We Hail; a Story of Saint Francis de Sales" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Come On In! A Story of Saint John Bosco. Notre Dame, Ind., 1959.Search "Come On In! A Story of Saint John Bosco" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Father of the American Navy; a Story of Captain John Barry. Notre Dame, Ind., 1961.Search "Father of the American Navy; a Story of Captain John
                                    Barry" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Melody in Their Hearts; a Story of Saint Benedict. Notre Dame, Ind., 1961.Search "Melody in Their Hearts; a Story of Saint Benedict" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • The Pride of Our Nation; a Story of Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney. Notre Dame, Ind., 1961.Search "The Pride of Our Nation; a Story of Chief Justice Roger Brooke
                                        Taney" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • An Apostle in Michigan; a Story of Father Gabriel Richard. Notre Dame, Ind., 1969.Search "An Apostle in Michigan; a Story of Father Gabriel Richard" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Father of the American Cavalry; a Story of Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski. Notre Dame, Ind., 1969.Search "Father of the American Cavalry; a Story of Brigadier General
                                        Casimir Pulaski" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • No Stranger in Paradise; a Story of Blessed Julie Brilliart. Notre Dame, Ind., 1969.Search "No Stranger in Paradise; a Story of Blessed Julie
                                        Brilliart" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • A Story of Saint Agnes of Assisi. Notre Dame, Ind., 1969.Search "A Story of Saint Agnes of Assisi" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • House on Logan Square; a Story of Blessed John Newmann. Notre Dame, Ind., 1964.Search "House on Logan Square; a Story of Blessed John Newmann" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Stepping Stones to Heaven; a Story of Saint Gaspar del Bufalo. Notre Dame, Ind., 1964.Search "Stepping Stones to Heaven; a Story of Saint Gaspar del
                                        Bufalo" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Listen with Your Heart. Notre Dame, Ind., 1966.Search "Listen with Your Heart" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • In Virtue's Cause; a Story of John F. Kennedy. Notre Dame, Ind., 1967.Search "In Virtue's Cause; a Story of John F. Kennedy" by ELLISON, JAMES E. (BROTHER FLAVIUS): 1927- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

ELLISON, ROBERT SPURRIER: 1875-1945.

Robert Spurrier Ellison was born in Rush County, Ind., on Nov. 6, 1875. He was the son of Franklin and Mary A. Krammes Ellison. He received an A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1900 and married Vida F. Gregory on Aug. 29, 1907. Ellison was admitted to the Colorado bar in 1903, began a law practice in Colorado Springs, and worked as an attorney for various railroads and oil companies. He became president of the Stanolind Pipe Line Company in 1930 and remained with that firm until his retirement in 1940. He died in 1945.

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  • Independence Rock, the Great Record of the Desert. … Casper, Wyo., 1930.Search "Independence Rock, the Great Record of the Desert.
                                        …" by ELLISON, ROBERT SPURRIER: 1875-1945. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Fort Bridger, Wyoming, a Brief History; Comprising Jim Bridger's Old Trading Post, Fort Bridger Becomes an Army Post, Fort Bridger As a Frontier Army Post. … Casper, Wyo., 1931.Search "Fort Bridger, Wyoming, a Brief History; Comprising Jim
                                        Bridger's Old Trading Post, Fort Bridger Becomes an Army Post, Fort Bridger
                                        As a Frontier Army Post. …" by ELLISON, ROBERT SPURRIER: 1875-1945. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

ELMENDORF, FRANCIS LITTLETON: 1902-

The son of William H. and Anna May Littleton Elmendorf, Francis Littleton Elmendorf was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on July. 16, 1902. He studied at Indiana University and Butler University. On March. 3, 1928, he married Dorothy Amantha Fulton and they had two children, William Wood and Judith Ann. Elmendorf held various positions with the Higbee Company ( Cleveland ), 1923-24 and 1926-30, and was self- employed in advertising and insurance, 1925 and 1931-33. Re worked with Robert Heller and Associates, 1933-62, serving the last five years as president. He was president of Elmendorf and Company, 1962-68, and has held several government commissions.

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ELMORE, NELLIE MAIE MOORE (MRS. MAURICE): ?-

Nellie Maie Moore was born in Wabash County, Ind. She graduated from high school in Lagro, Ind., in the early 1920 and attended business school. She married Maurice Elmore and they had one daughter. Moving to California , she and her husband were employed by the Kaiser Shipyards in Richmond, 1939-46. Mrs. Elmore took courses in advertising and newspaper writing and later studied commercial art. During the 1960 she worked for newspapers in Florida and contributed poems and other writings to newspapers in California and Indiana .

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EMBREE, LOUISE: 1887-1972.

Louise Embree was born in Princeton, Ind., on April. 26, 1887. Her parents were Lucius Conwell and Luella Casey Embree. She attended Princeton public schools and earned an A.B. degree from Indiana University in 1911. Miss Embree lived in New York City for twenty- eight years where she wrote fashion magazine and advertising agency copy and carried on customer relations correspondence for a department store. Afterward she became a resident of Indianapolis where she died on Dec. 17, 1972.

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EMBRY, JAMES CRAWFORD: 1834-1897.

Born in Knox County, Ind., on Nov. 2, 1834, James Crawford Embry was raised on a farm. He was admitted to the ministry of the African Methodist Episcopal church in 1863. Elected by the general conference of the church, he served as secretary of education, 1876, and financial secretary, 1878. He was a member of the Methodist ecumenical conference in London, 1881, and the Baltimore centennial conference, 1884. Embry became general manager of the publishing department of his church in 1885 and died on July. 11, 1897.

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  • Condition and Prospects of the Colored American. Digest of Christian Theology, Designed for the Use of Beginners, in the Study of Theological Science. Philadelphia, 1890.Search "Condition and Prospects of the Colored American. Digest of
                                        Christian Theology, Designed for the Use of Beginners, in the Study of
                                        Theological Science" by EMBRY, JAMES CRAWFORD: 1834-1897. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • "Our Father's House," and Family, Past, Present, and Future. Philadelphia, 1893.Search ""Our Father's House," and Family, Past,
                                        Present, and Future" by EMBRY, JAMES CRAWFORD: 1834-1897. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EMERSON, ALICE FERNALD (MRS. WILLIAM M.): ?- 1941.

Alice Fernald was born in Boston, Mass. She graduated from the Arthur Jordan School of Music ( Indianapolis and John Herron Art Institute. A longtime resident of Indianapolis , she married William Morrison Emerson and they had one son, Felix. In addition to teaching music, Mrs. Emerson edited various poetry page: [193][View Page [193]] magazines and anthologies and wrote verse for magazines and collections. She died on July 27 1941.

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EMERSON, CHARLES PHILLIPS: 1912-

Born in Indianapolis, Ind., on June. 3, 1912, Charles Phillips Emerson was married in 1941 and had five children. He received the A.B. degree in 1933 from Princeton University and the M.D. degree in 1937 from Harvard University. He interned at City Hospital ( Boston ), 1938-39, and had fellowships at the Harvard Medical School and City Hospital. In 1946 Emerson joined the faculty of the school of medicine, Boston University, where he became director of the hematology division in 1971.

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EMERSON, LAURA SALOME: 1907-

Laura Salome Emerson was born on Aug. 11, 1907, in Clarence, Iowa, and is the daughter of Waldo R. and Jennie Lindsey Emerson. She received the degrees of A.B. and B.S. in Ed. in 1930 from Marion College (Ind.) and the A.M. degree in 1939 from the University of Wisconsin. Miss Emerson taught elementary school in Charles City, Iowa, 1926-27; junior high school in Lake View, Iowa, 1928-29; and high school and junior college in Miltonvale, Kans., 1931-35. She joined the faculty of Marion College in 1935 and became associate professor of speech. She contributes a regular column to ADULT TEACHERS QUARTERLY.

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  • Storytelling, the Art and the Purpose; a Manual on How to Tell Stories, with Fifteen Typical Stories to Tell. Grand Rapids, Mich., 1959.Search "Storytelling, the Art and the Purpose; a Manual on How to Tell
                                        Stories, with Fifteen Typical Stories to Tell" by EMERSON, LAURA SALOME: 1907- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EMISON, EMILY ADAMS (MRS. SAMUEL M.): 1881-1963.

Born in Vincennes, Ind., on Jan. 9, 1881, Emily Adams was the daughter of John Calhoun and Sarah Culbertson Adams. She studied at Vincennes University but earned the A.B. degree from Butler University and the A.M. degree from the University of Chicago. She also attended medical school in Louisville, Ky. She married Samuel M. Emison on June. 5, 1907, and assisted him in his law office. Mrs. Emison later established and published the VINCENNES POST from 1932 to 1941. She was an authority on the early history of Vincennes and the Indiana Territory, wrote articles for periodicals, and died in 1963.

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ENGELS, JOHN DAVID: 1931-

The son of Norbert Anthony and Eleanore Perry Engels, John David Engels was born on Jan. 19, 1931, in South Bend, Ind. He earned the A.B. degree from the University of Notre Dame, 1952, and the M.F.A. degree from the University of Iowa, 1957. On Feb. 1, 1957, he married Gail Jochimsen and they had four children: Jessica, David, John, Jr., and Laura. Engels served in the U.S. Navy during 1952-55. He was an instructor at Saint Norbert College (West De Pere, Wis.), 1957-62, and joined the faculty of Saint Michael's College (Winooski Park, Vt.) as an assistant professor of English in 1962. He was the recipient of a Bread Loaf scholarship in poetry, 1960, and has been a contributor of poetry and reviews to several journals since 1958.

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ENGELS, NORBERT ANTHONY: 1903-

Norbert Anthony Engels was born on Sept. 4, 1903, in Green Bay, Wis., the son of William P. and Euphrasia Dave Engels. He earned the B.Mus. degree in 1926 and A.M. degree in 1927 from the University page: [194][View Page [194]] of Notre Dame. On June. 19, 1929, he married Eleanore Perry and they had three children: John, David, and Julie. Engels served in the U.S. Naval Reserve during 1919-22. From 1922 to 1930 he was a professional musician (trombonist and arranger) in the United States and Europe. He joined the faculty of the University of Notre Dame as an instructor in 1927 and became professor of English literature in 1945. Engels was contributing editor for SCIENCE AND MECHANICS, 1950-60.

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ENGLE, THELBURN LAROY: 1901-

Born on Sept. 28, 1901, in Indianapolis, Ind., Thelburn LaRoy Engle is the son of Frank Willard and Grace Slider Engle. He received the A.B. degree from Butler University, 1922; the A.M. degree from Northwestern University, 1924; and the Ph.D. degree from Indiana University, 1937. On Aug. 17, 1933, he married Eleanor A. Sawdon and they had three sons: Charles Frank, John Thelburn, and William Paul. Engle taught high school in Farmington, Ill., 1924-28, and Michigan City, Ind., 1928-38. Joining the faculty of Indiana University Regional Campus ( Fort Wayne ) in 1938, he later became professor of psychology. He was formerly part-time psychologist at the Fort Wayne School for the Retarded. He is the author of the ENGLE PSYCHOLOGY TEST published by World Book, 1952, and manuals, tests, and supplements for teachers. Engle has contributed to Encyclopedia International.

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ENGLEMAN, JAMES OZRO: 1873-1943.

James Ozro Engleman was born in Jeffersonville, Ind., on Sept. 13, 1873. He was the son of Jefferson and Sarah H. Emeline Byrne Engleman. He received the following degrees: A.B. from Indiana University, 1905; A.M. from the University of Chicago, 1918; LL.D. from James Millikin University, 1923; and Ph.D. from Ohio State University, 1932. He married Anna Ulen on June. 25, 1897, and they had seven children: James Kemp, Lois Eleanor, Butyl Frederick, Edward Ulen, Helen, Clarence Clarke, and John Phillip. Engleman began teaching in public schools in Indiana in 1892 and served as principal of Borden Institute (Ind.), 1905-06. He later held a variety of administrative and instructional positions and became superintendent of schools in Terre Haute in 1924. From 1927 until he achieved emeritus status in 1938, Engleman was president of Kent State University. He died on Sept. 15, 1943.

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  • Moral Education in School and Home. Chicago, 1918.Search "Moral Education in School and Home" by ENGLEMAN, JAMES OZRO: 1873-1943. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Centralizing Tendencies in Educational Administrations in Ohio Since Nineteen Hundred. Mansfield, Ohio, 1933.Search "Centralizing Tendencies in Educational Administrations in Ohio
                                        Since Nineteen Hundred" by ENGLEMAN, JAMES OZRO: 1873-1943. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

ENNES, HAROLD E.: 1911-

Harold E. Ennes was born on Sept. 2, 1911, in Newton County, Ind., the son of Walter and Elva Ennes. He graduated from Shortridge High School ( Indianapolis ) in 1929 and the First National Television Trade School (Mo.) in 1934. He married Mary Louise Ferris and they had one daughter, Barbara Jean. Ennes worked in radio broadcasting, 1936-55, and also taught at Jordan College, Butler University, 1945-54. He was a color television engineer in Michigan City, Ind., 1955-58, and joined the staff of WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh as an assistant chief engineer in 1958.

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ENNIS, LUNA MAY:?-

Luna May Ennis was born in Martinsville, Ind., the daughter of Alfred and Almarinda Baldridge Ennis. She attended the Northeast Conservatory of Music (Boston), Art Institute (Chicago), the University of Chicago, Dearborn Seminary (Chicago), and Miss Anne Browne's School (New York).

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ENSLEY, WILMA EVANGELINE: 1907-

Wilma Evangeline Ensley , whose pen name is Evangeline Walton, was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on Nov. 24, 1907. She is the daughter of Marion Edmund and Wilma Coyner Ensley. She was educated by private tutors and began writing short stories at an early age. The reference to the "fourth branch of the Mabinogi" in the first novel listed below is to the fourth book of a collection of ancient Welsh tales.

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EPPLEY, GARRETT G.: 1896-

The son of Henry P. and Susan Swartz Eppley, Garrett G. Eppley was born on Aug. 2, 1896, in Wabash, Ind. He received the A.B. degree from Manchester College, 1919; the A.M. degree from the University of Chicago, 1947; and the doctor of education degree from New York University, 1953. He married Louise William Roser on March. 6, 1960. Eppley taught in Indiana public schools in Wabash, 1917-18; Francisville , 1919-22; and Whiting, 1922-25. He was playground supervisor in Whiting, 1924-25, and director of recreation in East Chicago , 1925-27, and Evansville , 1927-35. During 1935-36 he served as Indiana State Recreation Director and worked in various capacities for the United Service Organizations, 1936-45. Eppley joined the faculty of Indiana University in 1945 and was chairman of the Department of Recreation and Park Administration from 1947 to 1962.

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ERB, EMERSON CLAYTON: 1928-

Emerson Clayton Erb was born in Wabash, Ind., on Aug. 8, 1928. He was married in 1951 and is the father of four children. He obtained the following academic degrees from Indiana University: B.S. in 1952, M.B.A. in 1955, and Ph.D. in 1961. Erb worked as an auditor for Bendix Aviation Corporation during 1952-53. From 1953 to 1967 he taught accounting at Indiana University, Southern Illinois University, Bowling Green State University, and Abadan Institute of Technology (Iran). In 1967 he became professor of accounting and finance and department head at Eastern Michigan University.

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  • Administrative Practices in Indiana County Highway Departments. Bloomington, Ind., 1959.Search "Administrative Practices in Indiana County Highway
                                        Departments" by ERB, EMERSON CLAYTON: 1928- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

ERHARDT, EVA CHARLES (MRS. CHARLES): 1907-

Eva Charles was born in East Chicago, Ind., on Feb. 24, 1907, the daughter of Clyde and Eva Charles. She married Charles Erhardt and they had five children: Charles, Jr., Patty, Joan, Nora, and Milton. Mrs. Erhardt has written poetry for many years and some of her poems have been published in Anthology of Contemporary Poets (1968).

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ESHLEMAN, CLAYTON: 1935-

Clayton Eshleman was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on June. 1, 1935. He is the son of Ira Clayton and Gladys Maine Spenser Eshleman. He received two degrees from Indiana University, an A.B. in 1958 and an M.A.T. in 1961. He married Barbara Novak on June. 17, 1961, and they had one son, Matthew. On April. 28, 1970, he married his second wife, Caryl Reiter. While living in Peru in 1965, he devoted his time to translating the works of the South American poet Caesar Vallejo and to developing his own poetic style. In 1967 Eshleman joined the faculty of New York University and founded the literary magazine, CATERPILLAR, He teaches at California Institute of the Arts, continues to edit CATERPILLAR, and has published several booklets.

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ESSIG, EDWARD OLIVER: 1884-1964.

Edward Oliver Essig was born in Arcadia, Ind., on Sept. 29 1884. He was the son of Monroe Franklin and Isabel Todd Essig. He received two degrees from Pomona College, a B.S. in 1900 and an M.S. in 1912. He married Ethel Mildred Langford on May 13, 1910, and they had one daughter, Mary Isabel. He married his second wife, Marie W. Mauerhan, on Sept. 11, 1950. Essig began his career teaching at the University of California in 1914 where he was appointed professor emeritus in 1950. He was a past president of both the American Association of Economic Entomology and the Entomological Society of America. He wrote bulletins on entomology and died on Nov. 23, 1964.

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ESTES, ARTHUR THEODORE: 1868-

Arthur Theodore Estes was born in Summitwill, Ind., on Feb. 3, 1868. He attended local public schools and spent one year at the Central Normal School in Danville, Ind. He was married and became a clerk at the post office in Muncie, Ind., in 1895. In 1910 Estes moved to Chicago where he worked for various business enterprises and retired in 1928.

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EVANS, CHARLES: 1890-

Charles Evans, Jr. , was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on July. 18, 1890, the son of Charles and Lena Young Evans. He attended Northwestern University and married Esther Lael Underwood on Sept. 18, 1928. He was a special writer for the Hearst newspapers, 1912-21, and later became involved in the investment banking business. Evans won several golf championships between 1906 and 1920. He conducted an exhibition tour on behalf of the American Red Cross during the First World War, earning over $300,000 for that organization. He served as chairman of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Golf Committee for many years.

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EVANS, DELLA J.: ?-ca. 1960.

Della J. Evans was a resident of Evansville, Ind., for an unknown period of time. While attending Indiana University, she became interested in writing and later in drama. In the 1920S she wrote several plays that were produced by local theatrical groups, churches, and schools. Miss Evans also wrote a pageant that was presented by the local chapter of the American Association of University Women for the purpose of establishing a scholarship fund. She died in New York about 1960.

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EVANS, JOHN ELLIS: 1882-

John Ellis Evans was born in Brazil, Ind., on Jan. 1, 1882, the son of William P. and Jennie Mahalia Barnett Evans. He received the degrees of A.B. in 1910 and A.M. in 1911 from Indiana University and the Ph.D. degree from Columbia University in 1916. He married Clara Mirian Templer on June 12, 1910, and they had five children: William, John, Robert, Rachael, and Jennie. Evans taught psychology at Indiana University, 1910-14 State University, 1914-20. He joined the faculty of Iowa State College in 1921. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

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  • The Effect of Distraction on Reaction Time, with Special Reference to Practice and the Transfer of Training. New York, 1916.Search "The Effect of Distraction on Reaction Time, with Special Reference
                                        to Practice and the Transfer of Training" by EVANS, JOHN ELLIS: 1882- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EVANS, NORMAN CARL: 1891-1965.

Norman Carl Evans was born on April. 17, 1891, in Springville, Ind., the son of William J. and Carrie Gertrude Evans. He attended public school and took college correspondence courses. On May. 13, 1914, he married Dolla Fleshchauer. Evans was an electrical engineer and spent much of his adult life in Indianapolis . He was a pioneer in bringing electric power to small towns and farmers in Indiana. He died in Bedford in 1965.

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  • Spring Mill, Hidden Valley Village; the Story of Southern Indiana's Pioneer Village. Indianapolis, 1953.Search "Spring Mill, Hidden Valley Village; the Story of Southern
                                        Indiana's Pioneer Village" by EVANS, NORMAN CARL: 1891-1965. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EVANS, RUPERT NELSON: 1921-

A native of Terre Haute, Ind., Rupert Nelson Evans was born on April. 6, 1921. He was married in 1941 and is the father of three children. He received the B.S. degree in 1946 from Indiana State Teachers College and the degrees of M.S. in 1949 and Ph.D. in 1950 from Purdue University. Evans began teaching industrial education at the University of Illinois in 1950 where he became dean of the college of education in 1964.

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EVERETT, PORTIA SHOWALTER (MRS. RAYMOND A.): 1904-

Portia Showalter , daughter of E. W. and Hallie Harrell Showalter, was born on Oct. 2, 1904, in Brookville, Ind. She received the A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1927. On Sept. 28, 1929, she married Raymond A. Everett and they had one daughter, Sarah Katharine. During 1928-29 Mrs. Everett was employed as a feature and news writer by the RICHMOND PALLADIUM. In 1950 she joined the staff of Whitewater Publications, Inc. ( Brookville ), as a columnist where she later became president. She is an authority on the genealogy of Franklin County .

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EVERTTS, ELDONNA LOUISE BECKER (MRS. LYSTON C.): 1917-

Born on May. 19, 1917, in South Bend, Ind., Eldonna Louise Becker is the daughter of Clay H. and Bertha A. page: [198][View Page [198]] Weiss Becker. She married Lyston C. Evertts on July. 19, 1941, and they had two children, Irene Mary and James Lyston. She received the B.S. degree from Saint Mary's College in 1953 and the degrees of A.M. in 1956 and Ed.D. in 1961 from Indiana University. Mrs. Evertts was an elementary teacher in Indiana, 1937-41 and 1948-58. She taught at Indiana University, 1959-62; the University of Wisconsin, 1962-63; and the University of Nebraska, 1963-65. She became associate professor of elementary education at the University of Illinois in 1965. Mrs. Evertts has served as assistant executive secretary for the National Council of Teachers of English since 1965.

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EWBANK, HENRY LEE: 1893-1960.

Henry Lee Ewbank was born in Guilford, Ind., on May. 30, 1893, and was the son of Rapier Benjamin and Emma Sutton Ewbank. He received an A.B. degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, 1917; an A.M. degree from the University of Michigan, 1924; and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin, 1931. He married Rachel Angelique Belt on Oct. 15, 1919, and they had two children, Rachel Barbara and Henry Lee, Jr. Ewbank began teaching at Albion College in 1917. In 1927 he joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin where he remained for the rest of his career. He was also involved in radio and television activities at that university. He belonged to the National Association of Teachers of Speech (executive secretary, 1924-30, and president, 1934). Ewbank served in the U.S. Navy during World War I and died on Aug. 13, 1960.

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EWBANK, LOUIS BLAISDEL: 1864-1953.

Louis Blaisdel Ewbank was born in Dearborn County, Ind., in 1864. He was the son of John William and Betsey Blaisdel Ewbank. He married Effie Shoemaker on Oct. 17, 1893. Ewbank was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1891 and began to practice law in Indianapolis . He taught at Indiana Law School; served as a judge of the Marion County Circuit Court, 1914-20; and was a justice of the Supreme Court of Indiana for many years. He retired in 1951 and died in Guilford, Ind., on March. 7, 1953.

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EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962.

Cortez Arthur Milton Ewing was born in Rush County, Ind., on Sept. 2, 1896, the son of Horace Greeley and Martha Ann Ruby Ewing. He graduated from Spiceland Academy in 1914; received the A.B. degree in 1924 from Earlham College; and obtained the degrees of Ph.M. in 1925 and Ph.D. in 1927 from the University of Wisconsin. On June. 2, 1930, he married Ina A. Annett. Ewing taught at Pennsylvania State College, 1927-28. He became a member of the government faculty at the University of Oklahoma in 1908 where he was director of the school of citizenship and public affairs, 1936-47. He was president of the Southwest Social Science Association, 1947-48. He died on March. 5, 1962.

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  • The Judges of the Supreme Court, 1789-1937; a Study of Their Qualifications. Minneapolis, 1938.Search "The Judges of the Supreme Court, 1789-1937; a Study of Their
                                        Qualifications" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Presidential Elections from Abraham Lincoln to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Norman, Okla., 1940.Search "Presidential Elections from Abraham Lincoln to Franklin D.
                                        Roosevelt" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Congressional Elections, 1896-1944; the Sectional Basis of Political Democracy in the House of Representatives. Norman, Okla., 1947.Search "Congressional Elections, 1896-1944; the Sectional Basis of
                                        Political Democracy in the House of Representatives" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Primary Elections in the South; a Study in Uniparty Politics. Norman, Okla., 1953.Search "Primary Elections in the South; a Study in Uniparty
                                        Politics" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • American National Government. New York, 1958.Search "American National Government" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Essentials of American Government (withJewell C. Phillipswith). New York, 1962.Search "Essentials of American Government" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Essentials of National Government (withJewell C. Phillips). New York, 1962.Search "Essentials of National Government" by EWING, CORTEZ ARTHUR MILTON: 1896-1962. in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EXLINE, FRANK: 1858-

Frank Exline was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on May. 8, 1858, the son of George A. and Maria Hotchkiss Exline. He received the LL.B. degree in 1884 from the University of Kansas. By his first wife he had four children: Clara, Helen, Marion, and Frank. His second wife was Edythe Parry whom he married in 1911. Exline began practicing law in Ashland, Kans., in 1885; Lamar, Colo., in 1886; Rapid City , S. Dak., in 1906; and Denver, Colo., in 1913.

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  • The New Democracy. 1916.Search "The New Democracy" by EXLINE, FRANK: 1858- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust
  • Politics; an Original Investigation into the Essential Elements and Inherent Defects Common to All Present Forms of Government. … New York, 1922.Search "Politics; an Original Investigation into the Essential Elements
                                        and Inherent Defects Common to All Present Forms of Government" by EXLINE, FRANK: 1858- in IUCAT, Google Books, OCLC WorldCat, or HathiTrust

EYRE, LORA ALICE MOORE (MRS. THOMAS T.): ?-

Lora Alice Moore was born in Lafayette, Ind. She graduated from Northern Indiana Normal School and attended Purdue University. She taught at the Centennial School, worked for the LAFAYETTE DAILY COURIER, and married Thomas Taylor Eyre. After World War I she moved to Albuquerque, N. Mex., where her husband later became dean of the University of New Mexico. Mrs. Eyre has had pageants produced and has written short stories and poems for publication. She was co-founder and secretary of the Hollywood branch of the National League of American Penwomen.

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