Born July 7, 1876 in Waupeton, Iowa; A.B. Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa; attended Drew Theological Seminary; M.A. University
of Chicago; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin; Lecturer, Washington State College; Instructor, University of Pennsylvania; Expert
Agent, United States Bureau of Labor; Director, Missouri School of Social Economy, University of Missouri; Lecturer in Summer
Sessions of Iowa State University, Emory University, University of Omaha, University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles;
Professor of Sociology and Social Work, 1928-1946, University of Southern California; Visiting Professor, George Pepperdine
College, Los Angeles; Member of Executive Committee of Los Angeles Metropolitan Welfare Board and Los Angeles County Probation
Committee. Died May 11, 1962 in Los Angeles.
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