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Donald Skeele Tucker

Donald Skeele Tucker, American economist. Member American Economics Association, American Statistical Association, American Academy Arts and Sciences. Au-Statistical Association, American Academy Arts and Sciences.

Background

  • Tucker, Donald Skeele was born on December 17, 1884 in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Son of Frederic Sidney and Mary (Stehley) Tucker.

  • Education

    • Student Dulwich College, London, England, 1896-1900, Colorado Springs (Colorado) High School, 1900-1902. Bachelor of Arts, Colorado College, 1906. A.M., Williams College, 1912.

      Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia University, 1922.

    Career

    • 1 son, Donald Asa; married second, Edith M. Kingsbury, 1948. Engaged as teacher in high schools in Colorado, 1906-1910. Secretary Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 1910-1911.

      Lecturer Columbia University, 1914-1916. Assistant professor, Wellesley College, 1916-1920. With Massachusetts Institute Technology, since 1920, professor economics, 1926-1950, emeritus since 1950.

    Works

    • Author: Peoples Banks.

    Membership

    Member American Economics Association, American Statistical Association, American Academy Arts and Sciences. Au-Statistical Association, American Academy Arts and Sciences.

    Connections

    • Married Avis Sessions Jones, September 13, 1919 (died, 1946).; married second, Edith M. Kingsbury, 1948.
    • father: Frederic Sidney Tucker
    • mother: Mary (Stehley) Tucker
    • spouses: Avis Sessions Jones
    • Edith M. Kingsbury
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    Born December 17, 1884
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