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Edward Joseph Gardner

Edward Joseph Gardner, American economist. Awarded Phillip C. Swing Scholarship at U. Cincinnati, 1941. member 79th Congress (1945-1947), 3d Ohio District; Served with United States Army, World War I. Executive chairman Butler County Democratic Organisation; Member Public Accountants Society of Ohio (president 1943), American Economics Association, American Menagerie.

Background

  • Gardner, Edward Joseph was born on August 7, 1898 in Hamilton, Ohio, United States. Son of Edward and Mary (Long) Gardner.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Commercial Science, Night College, Commerce and Finance, St. Xavier U., Cincinnati, 1921. Night student Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, and University Cincinnati.

    Career

    • Vice-mayor of Hamilton, O., 1926-1928. Ohio state representative, 1937-1938 and 1941-1942. Secretary Ohio State House Taxation Committee, 1937-1938.

      Chairman joint committee, Ohio State House and Senate for studies of causes delinquent taxes, 1938. Member 79th Congress (1945-1947), 3d Ohio District.

    Membership

    Member 79th Congress (1945-1947), 3d Ohio District. Served with United States Army, World War I. Executive chairman Butler County Democratic Organisation. Member Public Accountants Society of Ohio (president 1943), American Economics Association, American Menagerie.

    Connections

    • Married Esther Pring, October 12, 1926. Children: Edward Austin, Patricia Marie.
    • father: Edward Gardner
    • mother: Mary (Long) Gardner
    • spouse: Esther Pring
    • children: Edward Austin Gardner
    • Patricia Marie Gardner
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    Born August 7, 1898
    Died December 7, 1950
    (aged 52)
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