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Walter Tallmadge Arndt

Walter Tallmadge Arndt, American publicist.

Background

  • Arndt, Walter Tallmadge was born on October 11, 1873 in De Pere, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Edward Wilcox and Mary Ellen (Delany) Arndt.

  • Education

    • Student of University of Wisconsin, 1892-1895. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1897, A.M., 1899. Last 2 years in Harvard Graduate School in graduate work in history.

    Career

    • 1 son (by first marriage), Howard Wilcox. On staff of the New York Sun, 1899-1901. Assistant editor International Yearbook, 1901-1903.

      On editorial staff of New International Encyclopedia, 1902-1904, to which contributed over 1,000 articles on American history and biography. Assistant editor Historians’ History of the World, 1904-1905. Dramatic editor Current Literature, 1905.

      Editorial staff Encyclopedia Britannica, 1905-1908. Legislative correspondent and political editor New York Evening Post, 1906-1913. Secretary Municipal Government Association, 1913-1920.

      Director publicity National Hughes Alliance, 1916. Legislature secretary City Club (New York), 1916-1917. Editorial educational work Committee on Training Camp Activities, War Department, 1917-1918.

      Secretary Citizens’ Union of New York City, 1918-1926. Vice-president and secretary United States Shares Corporation, 1927-1928. Vice president Seneca National Corp, since 1928.

    Works

    • Editorial educational work Committee on Training Camp Activities, War Department, 1917-1918. Secretary Citizens’ Union of New York City, 1918-1926. Vice-president and secretary United States Shares Corporation, 1927-1928.

      Vice president Seneca National Corp, since 1928.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Connections

    • Married 3d, Lola Clarke Rycroft, August 5, 1928.
    • father: Edward Wilcox Arndt
    • mother: Mary Ellen (Delany) Arndt
    • spouse: Lola Clarke Rycroft
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