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Jackson Belden Dennison

Jackson Belden Dennison, American university professor, economist. Served in Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I with American Expeditionary Forces; Member American Statistical Association, American Finance Association, Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma.; Mason (32°).

Background

  • Dennison, Jackson Belden was born on April 5, 1891 in Onslow, Iowa, United States. Son of John and Matilda (Campbell) Dennison.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Lenox College, Hopkinton, Iowa, 1912. A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1915, graduate student, 1919-1921. Graduate student, University Minnesota, 1915-1917.

    Career

    • Instructor, Hamline U., St. Paul, Minnesota, 1915-1917. Instructor, University of Wisconsin, 1921-1922. Assistant professor economics, Miami University, 1921-1922, associate professor economics and business, 1922-1937, professor business, 1937-1939, professor finance since 1939.

      Director Bureau of Business Research, since 1939. Research associate Cincinnati Bureau of Governmental Research, 1931, 1945-1946. Director Oxford National Bank.

    Membership

    Served in Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I with American Expeditionary Forces. Member American Statistical Association, American Finance Association, Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma. Mason (32°).

    Connections

    • Married Mildred Rothhaar, June 20, 1923. Children: John, Ellen, Margaret.
    • father: John Dennison
    • mother: Matilda (Campbell) Dennison
    • spouse: Mildred Rothhaar
    • children: John Dennison
    • Ellen Dennison
    • Margaret Dennison
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    Born April 5, 1891
    Died December 27, 1959
    (aged 68)
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