One daughter, Josephine Allyn. Began as teacher, Pennington (New Jersey) Seminary, 1903-1907. Fellow in economics, University of Wisconsin, 1910-1911, assistant, 1911-1912, instructor, 1912-1915, assistant professor, 1915-1916, lecturer, 1916, 20.
Member Wisconsin R.R. Commission, 1916-1923. Economist, Bureau Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, District of Columbia, 1923-1926. Consultant economist, same bureau 1926-1952.
Professor commerce and economics, University of Wisconsin, 1926-1952. Emeritus professor since 1952. Director placements, School of Commerce since 1930.
Trustee and member Executive Committee Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company.