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Evart Grant Routzahn

Evart Grant Routzahn, American social worker. Fellow American Public Health Association (first chairman education and publicity section).

Background

  • Routzahn, Evart Grant was born on January 6, 1869 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Son of Josiah and Ella (Mathias) Routzahn.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools.

    Career

    • Formerly engaged in Young Men’s Christian Association boys’ and social work. Director traveling exhibition campaign, National Tuberculosis Association, 1906-1912, associate director department of surveys and exhibits, Russell Sage Foundation, 1912-1934 (retired). Editor education and publicity department American Journal of Public Health, since 1922.

      Instructor publicity methods, New York School of Social Work, 1922-1934. Consultant in adult health education and social work publicity, since 1935.

    Works

    • Editor education and publicity department American Journal of Public Health, since 1922. Instructor publicity methods, New York School of Social Work, 1922-1934. Consultant in adult health education and social work publicity, since 1935.

    Membership

    Fellow American Public Health Association (first chairman education and publicity section).

    Connections

    • Married Mary Brayton Swain, March 7, 1914.
    • father: Josiah Routzahn
    • mother: Ella (Mathias) Routzahn
    • spouse: Mary Brayton Swain
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    Born January 6, 1869
    Died April 24, 1939
    (aged 70)
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