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Theodore Marburg

Theodore Marburg, American publicist. member American Economics Association (Vice-President 1899-1901), American Political Science Association, American Society International Law.

Background

  • Marburg, Theodore was born on July 10, 1862 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of William A. and Christine (Munder) Marburg.

  • Education

    • Educated Princeton Preparatory School, 1876-1879, Johns Hopkins, 1880-1881, Oxford, England, 1892-1893. École Libre de la Science Politique, Paris, 1893-1895. University of Heidelberg, summers, 1901, 03.

      Honorary Master of Arts, Johns Hopkins, 1902. Doctor of Laws, Dickinson College, 1912, University of Cincinnati, 1917. Doctor of Laws, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, 1928.

    Career

    • Of the Netherlands East Indies), Francis Grainger, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Louis. United States minister to Belgium, 1912-1914. Trustee Johns Hopkins University President American Society Judicial Settlement International Disputes, 1915-1916.

      Chairman of Commission foreign organization League to Enforce Peace (one of organizers). Organized Municipal Art Society, Baltimore, 1900, serving as secretary, president, now chairman of the executive committee. Member American Economics Association (Vice-President 1899-1901), American Political Science Association, American Society International Law.

      Phi Beta Kappa; chairman of the executive committee American Peace Congress, 1911. Honorary president Maryland. Peace Society, vice president International Federation of League of Nations Socs., 1925, and head of America delegation to Assembly of League of Nations Socs., Warsaw 1925, London 1926, Berlin 1927.

    Works

    • Author: World’s Money Problem, 1896. The War with Spain, 1898. Expansion, 1900
    • The Peace Movement Practical, 1910.

      Salient Thoughts on Judicial Settlement, 1911. Philosophy of the Third American Peace Congress, 1911. League of Nations, 1917.

      In the Hills (collection of poems), 1924. Development of League of Nations Idea, 1932. Bobbylinkapoo (poem), 1937.

      “The Story of a Soul” (drama), 1938. Translator: Emile Levasseur’s Elements of Political Economy. Contributor to reviews.

    Membership

    Member American Economics Association (Vice-President 1899-1901), American Political Science Association, American Society International Law. Clubs: Century, Pilgrims.

    Connections

    • Married Fannie Grainger, November 6, 1889. Children: Madame A. W. L. Tjarda Van Starkenborgh Stochouwer (wife of Gov General.
    • father: William A. Marburg
    • mother: Christine (Munder) Marburg
    • spouse: Fannie Grainger
    • child: Madame A. W. L. Tjarda Van Starkenborgh Stochouwer (wife of Gov Gen Marburg
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    Born July 10, 1862
    Died March 3, 1946
    (aged 83)
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