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George Mccutchen

George Mccutchen, American educator, economist. Served as specialist Census Bureau 1911; member price panel Richland County War Price and Rationing Board (past chairman).; Member American Economics Association, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa.; Mason.; Club: Kosmos (Columbia).

Background

  • Mccutchen, George was born on April 16, 1876 in Church Physician organization, Williamsburg County, South Carolina, United States. Son of Colonel James and Mary Jane (Gilland) Mccutchen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, South Carolina. College, 1898, Bachelor of Laws, 1903. Summer student of University Wisconsin, 1900, 08, University of Chicago, 1901, Harvard, 1902.

    Career

    • Instructor economics University of Southern California, 1900-1906, Adjunct Professor, 1900-1909, associate professor, 1909, professor economics, 1910-1948, retired 1948, head department, 1910-1946.

    Works

    • Co-author: South Carolina, Economic and Social, 1945. Author of pamphlets, The Case for Cotton, 1915, The Torrens System, 1915. tax Reform in South Carolina, 1923.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served as specialist Census Bureau 1911. Member price panel Richland County War Price and Rationing Board (past chairman). Member American Economics Association, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa.

    Mason.; Club: Kosmos (Columbia).

    Connections

    • Married Lilla Kennerly Johnstone, December 22, 1904. Children: Alan Johnstone, Hugh (deceased), George Thomas, James Malcolm, Wilmot Ruet.
    • father: Colonel James Mccutchen
    • mother: Mary Jane (Gilland) Mccutchen
    • spouse: Lilla Kennerly Johnstone
    • children: Alan Johnstone Mccutchen
    • Hugh Mccutchen (deceased)
    • George Thomas Mccutchen
    • James Malcolm Mccutchen
    • Wilmot Ruet Mccutchen
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    Born April 16, 1876
    Died January 8, 1951
    (aged 74)
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