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Ernest Irving Antrim

Ernest Irving Antrim, American English educator, bank executive. Member Ohio Constitutional Convention, 1912; Member Beta Theta Pi.

Background

  • Antrim, Ernest Irving was born on February 21, 1869 in Germantown, Ohio, United States. Son of Francis T. and Mary (Kemp) Antrim.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, De Pauw U., 1889. A.M., Boston University, 1890. Doctor of Philosophy., Göttingen U., 1897.

    Career

    • Instructor Greek and English, Belmont College, College Hill, Cincinnati, 1890-1892. Instructor English, Boston University, 1892-1893. Professor of English, Wyoming U., 1893-1894.

      Lecturer in English, West Virginia University, 1898. Vice president Van Wert (O.) National Bank, 1904-1928.

    Works

    • Author: The County Library (with wife), 1914. Fifty Million Strong (a study of rural life), 1916. Active in social betterment work.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Ohio Constitutional Convention, 1912. Member Beta Theta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married Saida Brumback, October 17, 1899.
    • father: Francis T. Antrim
    • mother: Mary (Kemp) Antrim
    • spouse: Saida Brumback
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    Born February 21, 1869
    Died January 6, 1953
    (aged 83)
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