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Raleigh Webster Stone

Raleigh Webster Stone, American economist. Served as captain, infantry, United States Army, 1917-1919.; Member American Economics Association, Industrial Relations Association of Chicago (member Executive Committee).; Club: Quadrangle (Chicago).

Background

  • Stone, Raleigh Webster was born on December 18, 1889 in Portland, Indiana, United States. Son of Ezekiel and Emily (Brinkerhoff) Stone.

  • Education

    • S.M. Entertainment, Valparaiso (Indiana) U., 1914. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Chicago, 1919.

    Career

    • Public school teacher, Portland, Indiana, 1906-1907, Union City, Indiana, 1910, Bryant, Indiana, 1913. Assistant professor social science Goucher College, Baltimore, 1920. Assistant professor economics, University of Iowa, 1920-1923.

      Director of research National Industrial Conference Board, 1923-1924. Professor industrial relations University of Chicago from 1924. Economics counselor, Division of Review, N.R.A., 1935-1936.

      Conservation to business and union orgns.

    Works

    • Author: Financing Education (with William F. Russell and others), 1925. The Baking Industry under N.R.A. (with U. B. Stone), 1936. Editor: Problems in Collective Bargaining, 1938.

    Membership

    Served as captain, infantry, United States Army, 1917-1919. Member American Economics Association, Industrial Relations Association of Chicago (member Executive Committee). Club: Quadrangle (Chicago).

    Connections

    • Married Ursula Chase Batchelder, September 1, 1928. Children: Mary Alzina, George Batchelder.
    • father: Ezekiel Stone
    • mother: Emily (Brinkerhoff) Stone
    • spouse: Ursula Chase Batchelder
    • children: Mary Alzina Stone
    • George Batchelder Stone
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    Born December 18, 1889
    Died April 29, 1969
    (aged 79)
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